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Romantic home county with Royal connections, the Thames and tranquil countryside; right on the doorstep of London!
Perfect for memorable trips with its chocolate-box villages, historic towns, lush countryside and cosy pubs
Home to countryside, medieval villages, seaside towns, stunning coastline & England’s newest national park.
A thriving county with two National Parks, rich maritime history and the birthplace of Austen, Dickens and Brunel.
Isle of Wight
A Miniature England, known for its beaches and promenades dotted with vintage beach huts, and of course, it's festivals!
Isle Of Wight AONB
Notable for its wide variety of landscapes; Wight’s central and southern downlands, plus much of its famous coastline, including the iconic Needles, are part of this much-loved and visited scenic area.
The Garden of England, with breathtaking countryside and coastline, world-famous attractions and gastronomy.
A spectacular region of chalkland and greensand ridges dotted with rustic villages, small towns, orchards and farms; the Kent Downs is popular for unwinding, wildlife-watching, horse riding, walking and cycling.
A UK travel must, with glorious countryside and coast. Spot free-roaming ponies, hike across miles of heathland or visit olde tearooms, pubs and attractions like Exbury Gardens, the National Motor Museum and Peppa Pig World.
Discover a world-famous university, arts and culture, museums, country houses, gardens and exquisite landscapes.
From the rolling hills of Hampshire to the western Weald and white cliffs of East Sussex, the South Downs is one of Britain’s great ‘breathing spaces’. Walk, cycle, horse-ride, paraglide, stargaze, explore and be inspired!
England's leafiest county with picture-postcard villages, castles, waterways, opulent stately homes and racecourses.
Covering over a quarter of leafy Surrey, this varied landscape provides an extensive network of footpaths, byways, bridleways and famous beauty spots including Box Hill, Leith Hill and the Devil’s Punch Bowl!
Visit quintessentially English towns, castles and stately homes with bridleways and trails through valleys and woodlands.