Camping road trips: the UK’s national parks

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The best hotels in Yorkshire

From 16th-century mansions to old farmhouses.

The best camping and glamping in Yorkshire

From picturesque Moorland spots to rustic wooden pods.

The best B&Bs in Yorkshire

From traditional country pubs to active convents.

The best self-catering accommodation in Yorkshire

From Victorian railway carriages to converted lighthouses.

A road trip along Yorkshire’s Heritage Coast

This mini road trip packs in plenty of fascinating history and gorgeous scenery.

Salt of the earth: an alternative side to Cheshire

On her camping road trip through Cheshire, Caroline Mills discovers a county as surprising as it is beautiful.

A long weekend in the Wiltshire Cotswolds

Join Caroline Mills on a camping road trip through this picturesque region of England.

History and heritage: 48 hours in Monmouth

Modest and slow paced, this historic town is the perfect place to spend a weekend.

Formidable fortresses: the best castles in South Wales

From staggering stone-built strongholds to remarkable 15th-century fortifications.

The holy trail: hiking the Saints’ Way

Explore this Cornish hiking route, taking in prehistoric standing stones, Celtic crosses, shrines and wells along the way.

Waterfalls and wild legends: a lochside escape with your dog

Discover a beautifully green landscape surrounding a brooding body of water.

Getting creative along the Heritage Coast: 48 hours in Folkestone

Move over Whitstable and Margate: Folkestone is currently the place to be on the east Kent coast.

A historical weekend: 48 hours in Winchester

Discover the stories of soldiers and regiments who have served the British cause over the past 300 years.

Unspoilt Devon: a family break in the South Hams

Explore rock pools, enjoy a coastal walk or try your hand at wild swimming.