Autumn’s arrival brings with it all kinds of amazing colours. Find deep reds, browns, golds and all kinds of other stunning shades amongst the moors, meadows and woodland.
Rural Britain is awash with autumnal beauty, and our resorts allow amazing front row seats to some truly incredible showcases of seasonal beauty. Enjoy huge lakes, deep woods and patchwork fields bathed in a beautiful autumn hue. And with all kinds of comfort to enjoy afterwards, you really can enjoy the best of both worlds this autumn.
Here are six perfect places to see autumn’s colours.
Located close our Landal Piperdam Park, this extensively wooded area lies on the banks of Loch Dunmore and offers a beautiful display of autumn and some incredible walks. See gorgeous colours reflected in the shimmering still waters, take a lovely trail around the wonderful woodland and be amazed by the incredible Enchanted Forest attraction, a wonderful display of light and music that takes place every autumn.
Tailor-made for fun and a gorgeous exploration of the great outdoors, Kielder offers an amazing experience of autumn. Not only do you have a huge lake to explore and some beautiful trails, but the early autumn nights allow an unrivalled appreciation of the stars. The fourth largest Dark Sky Park in the world, it’s completely free from light pollution so bring your telescope or binoculars and pay a visit to the brilliant Kielder Observatory. With Landal Kielder Waterside to help you unwind, an amazing autumn awaits.
Perfect for an autumnal appreciation of tranquil landscapes and heritage, the Lumsdale Valley is a site of national archaeological and historic importance with the dramatic ruins of industrial mills running alongside the flow of Bentley Brook. Autumn offers a stunning display of colours as you wind down the pathways, with wonderful wildlife and breath-taking nature. Landal Darwin Forest and Landal Sandybrook are your perfect partners in the Peak District, with plenty of comfort and amazing activities to enjoy.
Another perfect place to enjoy autumn in the Peaks, Derwent Dam was the home of the legendary Dambusters. The trails around the reservoir are accessible and perfect for exploring by foot or on bike. As autumn advances, the surrounding woodland offers a wonderful display of beautiful colour and there are plenty of amazing views to admire.
Cornwall might be famed for its beach-front beauty, but its inland areas are equally spectacular, especially in autumn. Take a trip to the largest area of woodland in west Cornwall, with 250 incredible acres to explore. A festival of colour awaits amongst the lakes and woodland. You can take a tour of over 9 miles of trails before stopping off for refreshments in the Visitor Centre and Café. And because it’s perfectly pet-friendly, you can bring your four-legged friend along. With dog friendly accommodation also available at Landal Gwel an Mor, stunning comfort is available for everyone.
Enjoy high-altitude autumnal beauty at the brilliant Bodmin Moor. A designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, there are hundreds of stunning square miles of beauty to explore, all bathed in the glorious golden light of autumn. Get up early and you can explore wonderful misty moorland as the sun rises. A truly other-worldly autumn adventure awaits!