Hotels, Inns and Accommodation for National Parks in England
There are many National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in England, mostly in the North, South and East.
National Parks are protected areas that make sure nature and wildlife are protected and people living and working in the area can continue to benefit from nature without destroying it.
Very popular tourist destinations for those who enjoy the great outdoors.
Hotels for National Parks in Scotland
Hotels for National Parks in Wales
Blackdown Hills - AONB - Devon - Blackdown Hills Website
The Blackdown Hills are an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty that cover three major river valleys, the Otter, Culm and Yarty along the Somerset and Devon border in the South West
Hotels and Inns for the Blackdown Hills
Bowland Fells and Forest - AONB - Lancashire - Bowland Fells and Forest Website
The Bowland Fells are an extensive upland area in Lancashire, in north-west England. It is mostly heather-dominated moorland and blanket mire and is important for its upland breeding birds, especially breeding Merlin and Hen Harrier
Hotels and Inns for Bowland Fells and Forest
Chilterns - AONB - Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire - The Chilterns Website
The Chilterns lie only a few miles to the north west of London and yet it is a beautiful, unspoilt corner of England.
The gently rolling hills are swathed in woodland and chalk downland and in quiet valleys attractive villages with their traditional brick and flint cottages nestle around medieval churches
Hotels and Inns for the Chilterns
Cotswolds - AONB - Gloucestershire and Oxfordshire - Cotswolds Website
The Cotswolds is one of the most beautiful areas of England, known and loved by people across the world. It is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with stone walls and buildings, open skies, rolling grasslands, beech woods and captivating villages
Hotels and Inns for the Cotswolds
Cranborne Chase - AONB - Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire, Somerset - Cranborne Chase Website
Cranborne Chase is a designated AONB that covers 380 sq miles of countryside overlapping the boundaries of Wiltshire, Dorset, Hampshire and Somerset.
Cranborne Chase has a diverse landscape offering areas of rolling chalk grassland, chalk escarpments, downland hillsides, ancient woodlands and chalk river valleys
Hotels and Inns for Cranborne Chase and West Wiltshire Downs
Dartmoor - National Park - Devon - Dartmoor Website
Dartmoor National Park covers an area of 368 square miles and is the largest, and wildest, area of open country in Southern England
Hotels and Inns for Dartmoor
Dedham Vale - AONB - Essex and Suffolk - Dedham Vale Website
Dedham Vale is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in the Stour valley that embraces superb landscapes, picturesque villages, rolling farmland, rivers, meadows, ancient woodlands and a wide variety of local wildlife.
Hotels and Inns for Dedham Vale
Exmoor - National Park - Devon and Somerset - Exmoor Website
Stunning landscapes, wilderness, tranquillity and a warm rural welcome await you on Exmoor, one of Britain's hidden treasures. This, and a glimpse of wild red deer or the native Exmoor Pony, are just some of the delights that make Exmoor special.
Hotels and Inns for Exmoor
Forest of Dean - Scenic Area - Gloucestershire - Forest of Dean Website
This ancient Royal Forest lies in the western part of the county of Gloucestershire and incorporates the market towns of Cinderford and Coleford offering an insight into the industrial heritage and history of the area
Hotels and Inns for the Forest of Dean
High Weald - AONB - East Sussex - High Weald Website
The High Weald is an historic landscape at the heart of South East England that has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Hotels and Inns for the High Weald
Kent Downs - AONB - Kent - Kent Downs Website
The Kent Downs are an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty covering nearly a quarter of Kent, stretching from the White Cliffs at Dover up to the Surrey and London borders
Hotels and Inns for the Kent Downs
Lincolnshire Wolds - AONB - Leicestershire - Lincolnshire Wolds Website
Running roughly parallel with the North Sea coast, from the Humber in the north west to the town of Spilsby the Lincolnshire Wolds is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty formed by a range of hills in the county of Lincolnshire that create the highest area of land in eastern England
Hotels and Inns for the Lincolnshire Wolds
Malvern Hills - AONB - Herefordshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire - The Malvern Hills Website
The Malvern Hills is an area of dramatic hills, ancient woodland, rolling pastures and wild open commons. Famed for the pure spring water that flows from them the Malvern Hills also offers a rich cultural heritage of Forts, Castles and Priories
Hotels and Inns for the Malvern Hills
Mendip Hills - AONB - Somerset - The Mendip Hills Website
The Mendip Hills area of Outstanding Natural Beauty lies in a broad band across Somerset, from just outside Weston-super-Mare to the outskirts of Frome, 25 miles to the south-east.
The Mendips are composed of limestone which accounts for the large number of dry stone walls and the famous caves at Cheddar and Wookey
Hotels and Inns for the Mendip Hills
National Forest - Scenic Area - Derbyshire, Leicestershire and Staffordshire - National Forest
The National Forest, is an area of 520 kmē (200 square miles) of Leicestershire, Derbyshire and Staffordshire. It links the ancient forests of Needwood and Charnwood and within its boundaries are many discovery centres and stately homes
Hotels and Inns for the National Forest
New Forest - National Park - Hampshire - New Forest Website
The New Forest is in fact the oldest of the great forests of England and was created by William the Conqueror.
The New Forest is a lively, working landscape that has a fascinating history with many secrets to discover especially for those prepared to escape from the confines of the car and head out on foot, bicycle or on horseback to get a more intimate feel of the forest, its coast and villages
Hotels and Inns for the New Forest
Nidderdale - AONB - Yorkshire - Nidderdale Website
Nidderdale in the Yorkshire Dales is an official Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with river scenery, moorland countryside, lush meadows and traditional English Villages
Hotels and Inns for Nidderdale
Norfolk Broads - National Park - Norfolk - Norfolk Broads Website
The Norfolk and Suffolk Broads are Britain's largest protected wetland and third largest inland waterway, with the status of a national park. It is also home to some of the rarest plants and animals in the UK.
The Broads have been a favourite boating holiday destination since the early 20th century and the area attracts all kinds of visitors, including ramblers, artists, anglers and bird-watchers
Hotels and Inns for the Norfolk Broads
North Pennines - AONB - Cumbria, Durham and Northumberland - North Pennines Website
The North Pennines spans three counties: Northumberland, Durham and Cumbria and comprises magnificent moorlands, wooded valleys and small, unspoilt villages.
It is designated as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is notable for rare flora and fauna, including wild alpine plants not found anywhere else in England
Hotels and Inns for the North Pennines
North Wessex Downs - AONB - Berks, Hants, Oxon, Wilts - North Wessex Downs
The North Wessex Downs is a nationally important landscape encompassing well known areas such as the Marlborough Downs, Lambourn Valley and the Vale of Pewsey, the World Heritage Site at Avebury and the White Horse of Uffington.
The North Wessex Downs encroach into the English Counties of Berkshire, Hampshire, Oxfordshire and Wiltshire
Hotels and Inns for the North Wessex Downs
North York Moors - National Park - Yorkshire - North York Moors Website
The North York Moors National Park is one of the finest landscapes in Britain. Miles of stunning heather, towering sea cliffs, secluded beaches and grassy dales
Hotels and Inns for the North York Moors
Northumberland - National Park - Northumberland - Northumberland Website
Northumberland National Park is Northumberland's greatest scenic treasure, stretching for over 60 miles from the rounded Cheviot Hills which form the border with Scotland to Hadrian's Wall in the south
Hotels and Inns for Northumberland
Peak District - National Park - Derbyshire - Peak District Website
The Peak District is a popular tourist area of the Midlands and Northern England and the location of England's first National Park, easy access by road and rail, make it the most visited national park in the UK
Hotels and Inns for the Peak District
Quantocks - AONB - Somerset - The Quantocks Website
The Quantock Hills are a range of hills west of Bridgwater in Somerset designated as the Quantock Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The hills form the western border of Sedgemoor and the Somerset Levels and run from the Vale of Taunton Deane in the south, ending on the coast of the Bristol Channel
Hotels and Inns for the Quantocks
Shropshire Hills - AONB - Shropshire - Shropshire Hills Website
Primarily in South Shropshire the Shropshire Hills is a landscape of contrasts with a skyline of dominant hills, meandering river valleys and a mosaic of traditionally farmed countryside close to the border with Wales
Hotels and Inns for the Shropshire Hills
South Downs - National Park - East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire - South Downs
The South Downs are situated in the South East of England and are comprised of two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty; East Hampshire AONB and the Sussex Downs AONB.
The South Downs Way is a long distance footpath and bridleway that follows the South Downs from Winchester in Hampshire to Eastbourne in East Sussex and with much of it on high chalk downland the views are dramatic
Hotels and Inns for the South Downs
Surrey Hills - AONB - Surrey - Surrey Hills Website
The Surrey Hills is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a nationally protected landscape rich in wildlife, woodland, attractive market towns and villages
Hotels and Inns for the Surrey Hills
Tamar Valley - AONB - Devon and Cornwall - Tamar Valley Website
The River Tamar, together with its tributaries the Rivers Tavy and Lynher, forms part of the ancient border between the counties of Cornwall and Devon.
The River runs almost sixty miles from the north coast near Bude, south to Plymouth Sound and almost separates Cornwall from the rest of England. These three rivers form The Tamar Valley, an area rich in unique habitats and cultural heritage
Hotels and Inns for the Tamar Valley
Wirral Peninsula - Scenic Area - Cheshire and Merseyside - Wirral Peninsula Website
Set between the rivers Dee and Mersey, the Wirral Peninsula flows into Liverpool Bay and the Irish Sea, and is blessed with stunning natural splendour and a rich heritage.
A wonderfully diverse and uniquely charming destination, Wirral has impressive heritage, unspoilt coastline, rural walks, quality sports and a rich nightlife - something for everyone to enjoy
Hotels and Inns for the Wirral Peninsula
Yorkshire Dales - National Park - North Yorkshire - Yorkshire Dales Website
The Yorkshire Dales National Park has outstanding scenery, a range of wildlife habitats and a rich cultural heritage. The park has a large collection of activities and attracts over eight million visitors every year for recreation and peaceful relaxation
Hotels and Inns for the Yorkshire Dales
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