England - patchwork green countryside, ancient cities and heritage landmarks in every county;  here are just a few reasons to visit...

Dartmoor National Park

In the rolling southern county of Devon, this expanse of moorland landscape, where wild ponies still roam, is bordered by beautiful sand and pebble beaches, pretty villages where you can indulge in a 'Devon Cream Tea' and the ancient city of Exeter, with its Gothic cathedral and Medieval underground passages, as well as its shops, eateries and pubs. Love castles? Visit Castle Drogo and Cotehele House and Gardens.


Stonehenge is one of the best-known ancient wonders of the world. Located in the beautiful county of Wiltshire, and complete with a visitor centre, family activities and walking routes around the site, it offers an insight into England's heritage.

The Cotswolds

Look no further than this beautiful area of England for chocolate-box villages, complete with churches, tea rooms and rolling countryside with hundreds of walking trails. Visit Blenheim Palace, Kelmscott Manor and Snowshill Manor.


Bath is a town set in the rolling countryside of Somerset;  visit the ancient Roman Baths and the modern Thermae Bath Spa, which houses the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain you can still bathe in. 18th-century Georgian architecture features honey-coloured Bath stone used throughout the town’s architecture - visit Bath Abbey and the Royal Crescent. Bath is overflowing with places to eat and drink, plus some of the finest independent shops in Britain make it the perfect city to visit at any time of the year. Why not visit Longleat Safari Park whilst in this area?

Where to stay?

Thornbury Castle

Bickleigh Castle

Bovey Castle

Castles available to book through Celtic Castles