Walking Holidays in Nottinghamshire
If you relish the thought of long walks through lush forests, are excited by the thoughts of undisturbed greenwood and are after the tranquillity of the undisturbed canopy of trees then Nottinghamshire Farm Stay may just be the perfect choice for your next stop. The 450 acre country park that makes up Sherwood Forest is one of the major attractions of the region. The vast forest, with massive trees dating from hundreds of years can’t help but conjure up romantic and picturesque notions of the medieval past, with the semi historic figure of Robin Hood being a key figure in the national conscious and a major source of tourism in the region.
As well as the many trails and walks associated with the forest and the more traditional tourist walkways, Nottinghamshire has a choice of four rivers to walk along, the rivers Trent, Idle, Erewash and Soar. Each of these rivers has its own character for you to discover, as well as many picturesque villages to explore and pubs and restaurants to seek out and enjoy. Nottinghamshire has a varied terrain to please every walkerwith plenty of public footpaths and byeways suitable for a ramble. For visitors looking for a little more hustle and bustle, a walking tour of the City of Nottingham is also a must during your stay in the County.
With Farm Stay’s unique choice of quality Bed and Breakfast and Self Catering accommodation and with all that Nottinghamshire has to offer for a walking holiday you’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding where to stay next!