Norfolk mead is a luxurious hotel in the heart of the Norfolk Broads countryside on the banks of the River Bure. The hotel offers secluded luxury in this gorgeous Georgian building; bedrooms are all individually styled with sumptuous contemporary furnishings, the communal areas are elegant
National Park Birds of Prey Experience
This is a fun and engaging experience where guests get to handle, feed and fly the vast array of beautiful birds at this falconry business. Mark and Mandy are wonderful hosts who make guests feel at home instantly, the art
If you’ve ever any questions about the Romans, Kevin who leads the Live like a Roman experience, is the person to ask; he is a wonderful guide and an absolute fountain of knowledge when it comes to the Roman era!
We took some German tour operators
In June, we welcomed an international press group of 8 journalists and influencers to the Lake District & Peak District to showcase the best of the two regions and to celebrate 70 years of National Parks in the UK. Media representatives came from Australia, USA,
Battlesteads is a charming hotel that dates back to 1747 and is located in the heart of the Northumberland National Park Dark Skies region. Battlesteads is a pub, hotel and restaurant, with an on-site Observatory. The 4 parts of this venue work fantastically as stand-alone
‘Arty Footsteps’ experience is a combination of walking and creativity, which takes place in the beautiful landscape of the Breamish Valley in Northumberland National Park; a location which is guaranteed to inspire you.
Patrick and Jane who run the experience welcomed our tour operators during their
In February we spent the morning with the friendly and knowledgeable Will and Matt from Hidden Horizons at the beautiful Runswick Bay in North York Moors National Park. Runswick Bay boasts a stunning sandy beach and the only remaining thatched property on the North York
Journey into what is often referred to as England’s finest limestone scenery! You start the journey at Ingleborough Estate Nature Trail near the quaint village of Clapham.
During the walk up to the cave with a local knowledgeable guide you learn all about the Farrer family,
Their extraordinary landscapes, natural beauty, wildlife, heritage and communities have had the highest level of protection for almost 70 years. They are protected so everyone can enjoy