nature lover

 Save up to 25% on hotel stays near the UK’s most beautiful nature spots. If you’re a fan of green spaces and fresh air in your lungs, we’ve got you covered.

Whether you’re travelling solo, with your mate or four-legged friend, here’s some nature lover inpso.






Prior Park Landscape Garden Bath

Prior Park Landscape Garden, an 8-minute drive from our Bath hotel, is an 18th-century Bath garden with beautiful views across the city. Bath skyline walk is nearby, a six-mile circular route through woodlands and meadows.

Priory Country Park Bedford

Priory Country Park is a 360-acre park with lakes, meadows and woodlands beside the River Great Ouse. Visitors can enjoy bird watching, water sports and walking trails or grab a coffee from the cafe.

Garth Park Bicester

Garth Park is a 'jewel in the crown' of parks and open spaces in Bicester. There's a traditional bandstand, cafe, children's play area and award-winning formal gardens, all less than 10 minutes from our Bicester hotel.

Lickey Hills Birmingham

Lickey Hills Country Park covers 524 acres and the circular walks range from 1.8 miles to 5.6 miles. Take in views from the top of Beacon Hill and Castle. There's also a golf course and a children's adventure playground.

Lister Park Bradford

Lister Park, a 10-minute drive from our Bradford hotel, is home to a boating lake, the Cartwright Hall Art Gallery and a Mughal Garden, inspired by Islamic and Indian architecture. There are tennis courts and an accessible-friendly play area.

Tyntesfield Bristol

Tyntesfield is a pretty Victorian Gothic Revival house, with a beautiful garden and parkland a stone's throw from Bristol. The house has a collection of over 72,000 objects, a chapel, farm cafe and play areas.

Severn Beach Bristol

Take in the quiet and calming atmosphere whilst enjoying a scenic walk along the Severn Beach promenade. Learn about its heritage as you make your way along its shoreline and look out for the birds.

Jesus Green Cambridge

Jesus Green is one of Cambridge's most popular green spaces, with an outdoor swimming pool, grass tennis courts and a skate park. There is also a barbecue area for summer. The park is 12 minutes from our Cambridge hotel.

Peak District National Park Derby

The Peak District National Park is known for its beautiful scenery and is the UK's oldest national park. Venture in and explore the surrounding landscapes, reservoirs, and caves or indulge in local cuisine in one of the local towns or villages.

Markeaton Park Derby

Markeaton Park can be traced back to medieval times, with features such as ancient veteran trees and the remains of a Second World War army camp. The park hosts year-round events, including Derby Summer Sessions and an outdoor cinema, 10 minutes from our Derby hotel.

Prießnitzwasserfall Dresden

Prießnitzwasserfall is named after the Prießnitz River that feeds it. It flows down a series of rock formations, creating a calm and scenic spot for nature lovers and hikers.

National Trust Hanbury Hall Droitwich

Hanbury Hall has an 18th-century house and 400 acres of parkland. The house has a garden with an orangery, orchards and a courtyard kitchen. For families, there's a playground and seasonal trail to explore.

Pittencrieff Park Dunfermline

Pittencrieff Park, known as 'The Glen', covers 76 acres. Explore the peacock sanctuary, greenhouses and wildlife areas or walk around the park with views of the Abbey and Palace ruins. There's a waterfall and playpark for the kids.

Arthur's Seat Edinburgh

Arthur's Seat in Holyrood Park is one of four hill forts dating back 2,000 years. Walk through the park, spot wildlife and volcanic geology and take in breathtaking views across Edinburgh once you climb to the top.

Calton Hill Edinburgh

Calton Hill is located in the heart of Edinburgh and is the perfect place for picnics or walks, with breathtaking scenes. Visitors can explore the Nelson Monument and National Monument and take in the views of Edinburgh's skyline.

Portobello Beach Edinburgh

Walk along the Portobello Beach promenade or attend one of the events, from Big Beach Busk to international volleyball and triathlon events. Relax on the sandy beach on sunny days or try kayaking or rowing.

Northernhay Gardens Exeter

Take a stroll through the Northernhay Gardens, the oldest public open space in England, containing Roman and Saxon history.

Haldon Forest Park Exeter

Go for a walk or horse ride through beautiful streams and luscious woodland. Hunt for the Gruffalo or enjoy a lovely barbecue with the family whilst taking in the surrounding wildlife.

Kelvingrove Park Glasgow

Kelvingrove Park is a popular park in Glasgow and home to the famous Kelvingrove Museum & Art Gallery. Visitors can enjoy the greenery while exploring the different paths, water features and events.

Symonds Yat Rock Gloucester

Symonds Yat Rock is a popular ancient hill with views of the River Wye. Visitors can choose between exploring different trails, spotting the Peregrine Falcons, or grabbing a snack from the log cabin cafe.

Strathclyde Country Park Hamilton

Strathclyde Country Park stretches over 400 hectares and offers views of the River Clyde, a short drive from our Hamilton hotel. The park offers many events such as music festivals, rowing regattas and guided nature walks.

Apsley Waterside & Marina Hemel Hempstead

Apsley Marina sits on the Grand Union Canal. Stroll along the waterside, enjoy boat rides or dine in one of the restaurants, a 4-minute walk from our Hemel Hempstead hotel.

Loch Ness Inverness

Loch Ness stretches over 23 miles and is famous for the mythical Loch Ness Monster, known to the locals as “Nessie”. Visitors can make the most of boat tours and hikes, a 30-minute drive from Holiday Inn Express Inverness.

Darent Valley Path Kent

Darent Valley Path is 19 miles long and follows the River Thames. Filled with woodlands, marshes and greenery, visitors can explore the area or climb to the top for views of the Darent Valley.

Roundhay Park Leeds

Roundhay Park stretches over 700 acres There is lots to explore with woodlands, lakes, gardens and the Tropical World Zoo. Visitors can even dine in the Mansion at the Garden Room.

National Memorial Arboretum Lichfield

National Memorial Arboretum is a national remembrance site on the edge of the River Tame. Spanning over 150 acres, the Arboretum offers guests a chance to pay respects at over 400 memorials, enjoy riverside walks, memorial talks.

Doddington Hall & Gardens Lincoln

Doddington Hall & Gardens is a popular estate in Lincoln. Visitors can enjoy picturesque walks in the gardens, buy local produce from the farm shop and have a bite to eat at the restaurant.

Sefton Park Liverpool

Sefton Park spans over 235 acres of outdoor space and is home to the Palm House, a botanical garden boasting over 80 varieties of greenery. The park hosts yearly family events and features a 7-acre lake.

Greenwich Park London

Greenwich Park is home to the world-famous Royal Observatory where Greenwich Mean Time was born. Visitors can explore the gardens and grab a drink from the cafe.

Ravenscourt Park London

Ravenscourt Park has a range of sporting facilities and a paddling pool to keep you cool in the summer. Fancy a coffee or cake? Grab one from the tea house while strolling through the wildlife garden.

Epping Forest London

Visitors can learn about history in the Forest District Museum and the Royal Gunpowder Mills, enjoy water sports at the Lee Valley White Water Centre or explore the remains of two Iron Age Forts.

Clapham Common London

Enjoy leisurely walks, picnics or a run through Clapham Common. Stroll around the woodlands, have a picnic or challenge yourself to a run around the park.

Wigmore Valley Park Luton

Wigmore Valley Park spans over 70 acres, with walking trails and a variety of wildlife habitats. Go for a picnic, a leisurely stroll or take the kids to the playground.

Heaton Park Manchester

Heaton Park is a beautiful and historical area in Manchester with a boating lake, miniature golf, and a range of music and sports events through the year.

Debdale Park Manchester

Surrounded by Gorton Reservoir and wooded areas, Debdale Park houses diverse wildlife. Stroll through its many features ranging from unique rockery to herbal gardens.

Campbell Park Milton Keynes

Visitors can discover natural and designed topography in addition to public art and water features. Explore the open-air auditorium or take a walk down the Grand Union Canal.

Jesmond Dene Newcastle

Jesmond Dave is a scenic park in Newcastle, known for its natural beauty and historical features. Visitors can expect to see a range of trees and wildlife. Stroll over the many bridges or follow the river to the waterfall. Grab a coffee and explore the pet's corner.

Newport Wetlands Newport

Newport Wetlands located near Newport offers a range of habitats and wildlife, perfect for nature fanatics. Stroll along the four nature trails or hire binoculars to observe the various birds. Our Newport hotel is just over 20 minutes away.

Whitley Bay Tynemouth

Whitley Bay is a seaside town in North Tyneside. Visitors can enjoy sandy beaches, seaside attractions, parks and breathtaking views. Take a stroll or cycle down the promenade or grab a bite to eat at the various restaurants or cafes.

Coton Manor Gardens Northampton

Coton Manor Gardens, home to the 17th-century Manor House, span over 10 acres. The gardens create a special atmosphere and are a favourite for plant enthusiasts. Drink a cuppa in the cafe then explore the bluebell wood and wildflower meadow, less than 30 minutes from our Northampton hotel.

Versailles Paris, Bougival

Versailles is renowned for the magnificent Palace of Versailles. walk through the gardens and explore the Hall of Mirrors. The Palace and Park of Versailles are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Kinnoull Hill Perth

Kinnoul Hill also known as the jewel in Perths crown is home to natural beauty. Walk up the trails to witness magnificent views over the River Tay. Take a closer look at the Arboretum or explore the collection of different trees. Just an 11-minute drive from our hotel

Southsea Beach Portsmouth

Southsea Beach offers exciting leisure activities and vibrant scenery, a 15-minute drive from our Portsmouth hotel. Take a walk along the beach or visit the beachside attractions and shops.

The Common Southampton

The Common has a nature play and water park with a climbing tower, zip wires and traditional swings. Take a long walk through the 365-acre space around lakes and visit Hawthorns Urban Wildlife Centre.

Cannock Chase Stafford

Located just a 20-minute drive from our hotel, Cannock Chase is a forest with activities for the whole family. Cycle through the biking trails or hunt for the Gruffalo then refuel at the Grounds Cafe.

College Lake Nature Reserve Stevenage

The College Lake Nature Reserve - once a chalk quarry - now supports over 1,000 wildlife species. Explore the grounds and experience all kinds of animals and plants, a 50-minute drive from our hotel.

Trentham Gardens & Monkey Forest Stoke on Trent

Trentham Gardens & Monkey Forest is home to the endangered Barbary macaque monkey. Walk through the award-winning Trentham Gardens and take in the views from the lake with adventures available.

Gower Peninsula Swansea

The beautiful Gower Peninsula is covered in woodlands breaking out into beautiful beaches. Whether you’re there for sunbathing, surfing or watching the wildlife, Gower Peninsula has you covered.

Ferry Meadows Country Park Peterborough

Ferry Meadows Country Park is a great spot to enjoy a scenic walk with the family. Visitors can experience nature and enjoy various water sports, a six-minute drive from our Peterborough hotel.

Loch Katrine Stirling

Board a cruise through the Loch and view wildlife in their natural habitat such as the highland cow and golden eagle. Explore the Trossachs Trail – a 40-mile route that can be explored on foot, bike or by boat.

Coate Water Country Park Swindon

Coate Water Country Park offers stunning walks around its reservoir, an 11-minute drive from our Swindon hotel. Watch the local birds through a bird hide or aim for a hole-in-one with their crazy golf course.

Hestercombe House and Gardens Taunton

Hestercombe House and Gardens contains beautiful displays holding three centuries' worth of history. Explore the grounds and look out for the wildlife that resides there.

National Trust Charlecote Park Warwick

Get closer to nature at Charlecote Park. Walk the grounds and through the woodland then take in the beauty of the old Tudor house overlooking the River Avon.

National Trust Clent Hills Worcestershire

National Trust Clent Hills covers over 440 acres in the heart of the Midlands. Explore The Four Stones and diverse wildlife then grab a coffee at the family-run cafe while strolling through the historical trails.