Staying in England’s National Parks with Days Inn Hotels

27 November 2012

Staying in England’s National Parks with Day

In the UK there are 15 members in the National Park family and with 15 fantastic Days Inn hotels, you’re bound to be near to at least one of them! These stunning national parks are protected areas because of their beautiful countryside, impressive wildlife and cultural heritage, making for a perfect holiday destination. These National Parks provide scope for great fun outdoors whether it’s walking in a lush green forest, cycling up a steep mountain or sailing in some of the largest lakes in the country!

Below are some of the best National Parks you can visit near to Days Inn locations:

Lake District

As England’s largest National Park, the Lake District really is an inspiring place to visit. Set amongst some of the country’s finest scenery you can enjoy a wide range of attractions and activities from visiting the home of Peter Rabbit and Friends and indulging in the famous Grasmere Gingerbread to climbing majestic mountains and windsurfing on Lake Windermere. There’s lots going on in the Lake District this winter from Christmas markets and ice skating to festive fayres and winter walks.

The New Forest

The New Forest is magical in the winter with the landscape dramatically transforming and all the pubs lighting up their log fires; there’s every reason to get outside and explore! Discover this ancient landscape of woodland, heath, farmland and pretty little villages and get active in the 150 miles of car-free trails either on foot, by bike or on horseback. There is plenty of wildlife to be seen including ponies, deer, and birds of prey and to keep the family amused there are many wonderful attractions including the National Motor Museum at Beaulieu, the Longdown Activity Farm and Paultons Park.

Exmoor National Park

For a holiday that’s full of peace and tranquillity, Exmoor National Park fits the bill perfectly. Straddling parts of west Somerset and north Devon, Exmoor boasts a contrast of landscapes, made up of open moorland, thick wooded valleys, serene villages and a charming Heritage coast. See the famous Exmoor ponies live wild alongside red deer, enjoy traditional seaside fun at Minehead, visit ancient castles like Dunster or journey through the national park in style on a steam powered railway.

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