Walking holidays in Somerset and Wiltshire
Walk through millions of years of history in these south west counties, to discover a prehistoric stone circle and a formidable gorge.
At almost 400 feet deep and three miles long, this is England's largest gorge, and with its weathered crags and pinnacles, one of our most spectacular natural sights. Take our 4 mile trail to discover the enormity of its rocky outcrops.
This bright and airy apartment is based at the foot of Brean Down and boasts panoramic sea views. Cheddar Gorge is just a 30-minute drive from here.
Perching on the edge of the woodland on the Tyntesfield estate, this former hunting lodge is perfect for a couple wanting to explore the Somerset countryside. Cheddar Gorge is a 40-minute drive from here.
If you're after a stay with character in between walking expeditions, this Victorian house will suit. It sits on the Tyntesfield estate, so visitors can explore the parkland after hours or drive to Cheddar Gorge in under an hour.
Walk in the footsteps of our ancestors in these iconic landscapes. Go on a self-guided tour or take up the 50km challenge which encompasses eight trails of varying lengths.
Fishlock's sits within Avebury's prehistoric stone circle and has views over the surrounding downland. Once you've explored this site, head to Stonehenge which is a 40-minute drive away.
Sitting in the heart of the picturesque village of Lacock, this four-bedroom, timber-frame cottage provides an authentic stay. It's a 30-minute drive to Avebury and a 45-minute drive to Stonehenge.