Blog & Local Stories
For holiday inspiration, the best things to see on the coast and an insight into life on England’s Coast, click on the local stories and blogs below.
As 2023 is the Year of the Coast there’s much to celebrate! Here we highlight some of the best parts of the Path, whether for an hour or two or a full-on hike, get out and explore!
With wonderful outdoor spaces, unique experiences and a wide variety of hospitality and accommodation options, White Cliffs Country on the Kent coast is the perfect place to escape the everyday.
The long stretch of coastline in West Sussex (yes there’s 50 miles of it!) becomes a natural playground and never better than in the spring or summer!
As winter gives way to spring the coastline of the North York Moors National Park offers superb and unique experiences with a chance to reconnect with yourself by walking and sleeping among the natural world.
West Sussex has 50 miles of stunning coastline, interspersed with sand dunes, mudflats, marshlands and long sandy beaches that are the perfect place to drink in the magnificent natural beauty of the English seaside.
Chichester is perfect for outdoor adventurers who like to mix an active lifestyle with a slice of art and culture.
If you’re looking to reduce your carbon footprint, England’s Coast has a wealth of options from converted farm barns to glamping pods and wooden wigwams! Make your next staycation more sustainable, here’re some of our top picks.
Crisp winter walks along windswept beaches and clifftops can be some of the best times to experience a trip to the coast. Quieter than during the madding crowds of summer, it’s easier to score the best sea view tables at warming pubs and cafes, while the crashing waves and wintry skies thrill the soul. The coast is awash with characterful towns and villages bursting with art galleries and quirky shops, scores of events and plenty of wildlife and migrating birds to reconnect with nature after the excesses of the season.