Long Distance Trail Walking Holidays

For people walking the long distance trail walks below, Byways Breaks offer a route planning, accommodation booking and baggage transfer service. We help you plan your route around the distances you want to walk. We then book your accommodation and arrange luggage transfers. Rather than a fully ‘packaged walking holidays’, it is a flexible service and we will do as little or as much as you want.

Find out more about our accommodation booking and luggage service here.

Offa's Dyke Path Walking Holiday

King Offa built Offa's Dyke in the 8th century to mark the border between Wales and England. Offa's Dyke Path, one of the National Trails, is 177 miles long. It follows the line of the original Offa's Dyke from Chepstow which is on the Severn estuary to Prestatyn on the...

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Pembrokeshire Coast Path Walking Holiday

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail follows the fabulous West Wales coastline from St Dogmaels in the north to Amroth in the south. Pembrokeshire beaches have been voted 2nd best in the world by the National Geographic and the Pembrokeshire Coast Path has been voted...

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Glyndwr's Way Walking Holiday

The 135 mile walk is named after Owain Glyndwr, a legendary Welsh nobleman who led a successful revolt against English domination in 1401. The most recent of the National Trails, it starts at Knighton on the English/Welsh border, crosses the Mid Wales hills to Machynlleth...

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Anglesey Coast Path Walking Holiday

The Anglesey Coastal Path is over 125 miles long and runs through some of the finest coastal scenery in Wales, much of it an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). It is a varied walk and the coastal path crosses sandy dunes, wide estuaries, rocky cliffs and rolling...

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North Wales Coast Path Walking Holiday

The North Wales Coastal Path is 90 miles long and runs from Caernarfon, alongside the Menai Strait with views over to Anglesey, through the lovely coastal villages and towns of North Wales, along the Dee estuary, to the roman city of Chester on the welsh...

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Ribble Way Walking Holiday

The Ribble Way follows the 70 mile course of the lovely River Ribble and its valley from the salt marshes near Preston in Lancashire, through the Forest of Bowland to its source on Cam Fell in North...

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Shropshire Way Walking holiday

The Shropshire Way has fantastic views with varied walking through beautiful countryside. The walk includes bracing hill sections in the rugged Shropshire Hills and Long Mynd as well as gentler, pastoral walking in the...

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