About self-guided walking
A self guided walking holiday is one of the best ways to explore our fantastic countryside on foot, you can walk at your own pace, stopping whenever and wherever you like. Moving from one place to the next, something new to discover everyday and no two days are ever the same. We give you the most comprehensive information on points of interest along the route, you can therefore get the most out of your holiday. As you are not beholden to anyone else you can linger longer in a pretty village or really investigate that historical site or just take your time over a coffee.
All you need to take with you is a Day pack with essential items, waterproofs, camera – Kendal Mint Cake!! Not having to carry a heavy rucksack filled with all your holiday stuff is a monumental relief, that’s how they used to do it in the old days... You are safe in the knowledge that when you arrive at your next accommodation establishment, your luggage will be there waiting for you.
Your accommodation will be booked for you; we use local B & B’s, Inn’s, Hotels and farm houses which have been carefully chosen for their top quality services. The most important factor that we look for is the friendliness and helpfulness of our partners to make sure our guests get the most amazing experience. Sometimes we may have to book our customers in accommodation that is a little off the trail, this could be due to many different circumstances – but don’t worry we will provide transport to and from the trail, so that your walking journey is not interrupted.
All accommodation provided is on a bed and breakfast basis, this is due to the nature of the holiday and allowing the customer to choose where and when they eat and at what times etc. We can pre-book evening meals for anyone that chooses although this will involve an extra charge. If there are no facilities or services to stop for lunch, then a packed lunch will be provided by the accommodation establishment.
We provide detailed route guides and maps, book your accommodation, move your luggage, tell you the best way to get to and from your holiday and the best bits about it, and anything else you can think of. In short we take care of everything and all the little details; all you have to do is enjoy your holiday.
The beauty of a self –guided walking holiday is that it totally flexible and can be created to suit every individual, YOU ARE THE BOSS. If you want to stay longer in any place or take a little longer walking or add nights on to the end or start of the holiday – then it’s all possible, just ask us!!
Walk the Yorkshire Wolds Way
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Walking the Wolds Way is a stunning national trail that traverses through the East Riding of Yorkshire countryside, one of the best but least visited national trails – a chance to wander and stroll without meeting a soul. Discover the beauty and tranquillity that inspired Hockney. A challenge walk from Hull to Filey of about 80 milesLearn More
In memory of the most famous son of Hull. William Wilberforce the Slave abolitionist. This route is a 60 mile trail which links Hull & York via Pocklington where Wilberforce went to school, the route connects various places that have a connection to Wilberforce’s life and was devised to commemorate the bicentennial of the Abolition of SlaveryLearn More
Starting in the Historic town of Beverley this short walk of about 10 miles travels to the ‘Walkers are Welcome’ town of Market Weighton. The disused railway line takes its name from the famous 19th century railway magnate George Hudson, a chance to visit Kiplingcoates from where the longest standing horse derby is run from. Whilst on the walk you can visit the Yorkshire Wildlife nature reserve of KiplingcoatesLearn More
Combine the fabulous Wolds countryside with breathtaking coastal scenery. A walking holiday where you can either make your base at Filey or Bridlington, undertake a walk along the coast and another day walking inland. The RSPB reserve at Bempton Cliffs is of national importance and not to be missed.Learn More
This holiday is a must for all Seafaring lovers. Start your adventure at the Port of Hull, discover all the maritime heritage this port town has to offer, follow the fish trail in the city centre, stopping off at the Town docks museum, then onto the most amazing maritime tourist attraction in the country – The Deep, the world’s only submarium. Then from City to Coast, Bridlington offers the smell o the sea, why not stop off on the harbour front after following the maritime trail to eat freshly caught fish n chipsLearn More
A chance to visit the World famous Humber Bridge which held the record for the longest single span bridge in the world for nearly 20 years, a marvel of British engineering and a sight to behold. Nestled next to this magnificent structure is the Humber Bridge country park nature reserve and a stroll across the bridge brings you to Barton Clay Pits and on to the Water’s edge Nature reserveLearn More