Hotels on The Pennine Way
Even if you are only doing small sections of the Pennine Way, it is guaranteed to show you some stunning scenery along the way. It is certainly a challenge and to know you have a base to go home to at the end of your weary way, then choose hotels at certain points of the bridleway and stay full board or dine out somewhere new each night. Have a fantastic break and see the sights and sounds of the Peak District in the way of a bit of a hike! Hotels on the Pennine Way are an adventure to be had for walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers alike.
The 205 miles route follows old packhorse ways, drovers roads and newly created bridleways and the 120 mile southern section is now open to include the 47 mile Mary Towneley loop, a reasonably demanding route because the way it dips in an out of the steep sided South Pennine valleys. Fuel yourself to the brim with a very hearty home-cooked breakfast made from your temporary home because hotel landlords and landladies on the Pennine Way are guaranteed to pamper you and maybe pack you up a picnic for your day out on the bridleway.