7 Walks into a Winter Wonderland

Frosty Torberry Farm

There's nothing like a cool winters day to blow away the cobwebs and escape the seasonal slump. Whether it's a frosty woodland walk, or a coastal stroll, pull on your wellies and grab your scarf - we're going for a walk! Pick from our favourite 7 locations, almost all host an Alitex greenhouse along the way.

  1. Walk around East Devon's area of outstanding natural beauty with a stop by The Pig at Coombe for lunch and visit their incredible kitchen garden.

  2. Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire was design by Capability Brown, and is a true national treasure that comes to life in winter with its column of victory, charming woods and magical waterfall.

  3. The New Forest have numerous guided walks throughout winter, enabling you to explore the enchanting forest and beautiful nature. Stop by Chewton Glen or Lime Wood Hotel for a delicious festive lunch.

  4. Walk around Loch Lomond, surrounded by mountains and panoramic views of Britain's largest stretch of inland water.

  5. Follow the 3.5 mile walk along the edge of Clatteringshaw Loch, visiting the commemorative Bruce's Stone and the stunning estate of Dumfries House.

  6. Stourhead has the most breath-taking features with panoramic views over the estate. At the heart of the garden is the lake, which dictates the path you take and the sights you see, including a collection of fabulous trees and shrubs.

  7. Walk along Bishop Rudd's trail at Aberglasney Medieval Welsh Gardens and explore the exotic shrubs and the late season display of colour.

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