Discover the United Kingdom in Spring

Travel to the United Kingdom to discover more of the UK’s fascinating culture,history, landscape,… and some great pubs and cafes and soaring mountains.

Three Cliffs Bay, Gower
Pennard Castle is beautiful , treasure for this little part of Wales. Not far from Gower golf course, the castle  Three Cliffs Bay is place  perfect for couples, families.

Farndale, North Yorkshire

Farndale located in the heart of the North York Moors national park, is famed for its wonderful Daffodils, believed to have been first planted there by medieval monks from Rievaulx Abbey (near Helmsley). The carpet of spring flowers attracts about 40,000 visitors annually.
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The Daffodil Way and Dymock Woods, Kempley, Gloucestershire
The meadows and woods around Kempley and Dymock offer spring country walks among wild daffodils. Prolific meadows and wood are reached by a series of circular and waymarked walks that make up the Daffodil Way. All the walks are easy and cross ancient woods and farmland where you’ll find historic churches and old orchards with rare varieties of apple and pear.
The Forbidden Corner, Leyburn, North Yorkshire
This is a unique labyrinth of tunnels, chambers, follies and surprises created in a four-acre garden in the heart of Tupgill park in the Yorkshire Dales.
Jumbles country park, Bolton, Greater Manchester
From the main car park, a variety of routes take in paths through woodland, moorland and by reservoirs and streams. The simplest is a two-mile circuit of Jumbles reservoir. The track continues round moorland and drops down to Turton and Entwistle reservoir, which you can walk round, or cross the dam and walk up to the railway hamlet of Entwistle. From here it’s a short walk through woodland to Wayoh reservoir. The path then leads to Edgworth with a stroll along the road through Turton Bottoms and a woodland track back to Jumbles reservoir.
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The Old Oaks, Glastonbury Tor
Stay for a few nights in a camping cabin at the Old Oaks . Get up in the early hours ready for an adventure …. The Somerset Levels are laid out before you as the sun climbs over the horizon, wreathed in spring mist and the fire of a new day.
Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham
Walk round the grounds of this National Trust-run Edwardian house with well-defined paths and spring flowers. Take in the beautiful hillside  and finish the walk with tea and cake.
Richmond Park
Richmond Park is  the biggest Royal Park in London, is loved by many. Keen walkers can attempt the eight-mile round trip, while families can follow the less-challenging walking trails leading to Pen Ponds. Isabella Plantation is favourite place to a stroll, particularly in the spring when camellias and rhododendrons are in full bloom. Viewing St Paul’s Cathedral through a telescope located at the top of King Henry’s Mound near Pembroke Lodge.
Wyre Forest, Shropshire
It’s one of the England’s largest remaining ancient woodlands, it’s beautiful in spring, with bluebells, daffodils and celandines in the clearings and the smell of wild garlic in the air. There are trails for all abilities leading you through the bright oak forest. If you’re lucky you’ll catch a glimpse of fallow deer or kingfishers along the brook.
For the ticket imformation: 

The Forbidden Corne: adults £11, children aged 4-15 £9, under-fours free.

Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham: adults £10.80, children £5.40 (house and gardens admission).
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