It’s a well known fact that the best way, by far, to begin and end a walk is at a decent pub.  Better still, why not pack your bags and treat yourself to a few nights away at one of our fantastic hotels, inns or pubs with rooms and enjoy the best that the area has to offer on two feet.

All our hostelries welcome walkers and all of our businesses, that have accommodation, list the best walks in their area on each of their websites.  So, whether you’re after a dog friendly walk on a Sunday or a weekend enjoying the mountain scenery of a national park, do take a stroll through what’s on offer before you book. 

Don’t forget that all our rooms come with, what we humbly believe will be, one of the best breakfasts you’ll ever have in a hotel.  Also, you’re guaranteed the best rate for your walking break by booking our accommodation direct from our websites.

Hotels with Walks in Cheshire

The Bulls Head in Hale Barns isn’t exactly rural, but it’s got some lovely walks nearby.  Check out this article on their website on ‘Dog friendly walks in Hale Barns’ and you’ll see what we mean.  Alternatively have a look at the Legh Arms in Prestbury.  As if being on the edge of the Peak District National Park wasn’t enough, they too have created a ‘Walks from the door’ leaflet for their hotel.

Walking Hotels in Snowdonia

Every one of our hotels and pubs with accommodation that are in and around the Snowdonia National Park is a veritable walkers paradise.  Walk the North Wales Coast Path from the Door of the Seacroft Hotel in Trearddur on Anglesey.  Walk Cadair Idris from the Royal Ship Hotel in Dolgellau or take family friendly a stroll around the Tŷ Mawr Country Park and marvel at the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct when you book a night or two at the Wynnstay Arms in Ruabon near Wrexham.

Rambling breaks in Yorkshire

We have some amazing accommodation in Wharfdale, Nidderdale and around The Yorkshire Dales National park. The Fountaine Inn near Grassington has all the walking you could want in the fantastic Wharfdale. The Wheatley Arms in Ilkley is on the doorstep of the world famous Ilkley Moor. Alternatively, check into the Tempest Arms in Skipton and check out the wonderful Bolton Abbey.

Lake District Walking Breaks

You don’t need to be a Wainwright to recognise the walking opportunities from our Lake District Hotels and Inns.  Take your pick of accommodation then take your pick of amazing walks.  You can explore the banks of Windemere and the sands of the North Morecombe Bay coast from the Masons Arms.  Walk to the stunning Sizergh Castle from the Wheatsheaf Inn in Brigsteer or stride north and do the Fairfield Horseshoe from the Queens Head Hotel in quaint Troutbeck.

Choose Your Favourite Ramble

With three national parks and, arguably, one of the prettiest counties in the country to choose from, you literally have the best of the North of England & Wales at your feet.  Hit the link below, choose a pub and enjoy a relaxing few day away.