June 15th 2016

Once you have experienced England and the soaring views of the Lake District or the gorgeous, ocean-wrapped county of Cornwall, we guarantee that you will want to return.

So why not put two of our Walks together in these most lovely of UK destinations this fall? Set yourself a Level 5 challenge with our new Lake District Walk and our Coast-to-Coast Adventure, back-to back. Taste the double cream of Cornwall with both our Cornish vacations - Cornish Creeks and Coves or North Cornwall. And don't forget, if there is a night between the end and start of your two Walks, we'll foot the bill for accommodation.

Explore the Lake District with The Wayfarers

Twice as good in northern England

Out on the trail in the Lakes, we hike two of England’s highest mountains as we discover one of the greatest UK national parks. We stroll along shores of glittering lakes and stride out along high passes; we take a heritage steam yacht across the water and visit charming lakeside towns. And did we mention we stay in a lovely country house hotel where Beatrix Potter once lived? Now we’re warmed up, we set out on a tour that takes us west to east, from the Irish Sea to the North Sea. Our Coast to Coaster across the 'neck' of England covers 85 miles and three national parks. We’ll see dramatic dales, high fells and wild, heather-covered moors, follow a monks’ trail to a great abbey, admire ancient castles and take a ride on a steam train. At journey’s end, we toast each other with a celebratory drink on the beach at the appropriately named Sandsend.

Walking in Cornwall with The Wayfarers

Cornwall, doubled up

In the deep southwest of England, Cornwall, the ancient kingdom of Kernow, provides a stunning coastline, pretty, colorful fishing villages and many a dramatic tale. The smugglers’ creeks and coves so beloved by Daphne du Maurier are a backdrop to our much-loved Cornwall Walk. Spectacular gardens, a tiny Georgian harbor to visit, all with a breath of sea air will whet our appetites for our second Walk in North Cornwall. Here are the brooding relics of the tin mines, in the land brought to life in the Poldark novels and television series. Little Port Isaac has found small-screen fame as Port Wenn, the quaint seaside village where grumpy Doc Martin lives. And fiction turns to legend at Tintagel, where it is easy to believe the castle ruins perched on a rocky outcrop were in fact the birthplace of King Arthur. There’s a very special price for booking the whole of our Cornwall journey. Contact us for details.

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