New Year’s Eve 2019
What better way to see in the New Year than combining some great walking in the company of a friendly bunch of people, toasting in 2019 over a great meal and getting toasty in cosy pubs or lounging in front of log fires.
This year we’ve extended our New Year’s Eve trips to offer three different four-night breaks depending on how you like to spend the occasion. All trips include accommodation, guided day walks, breakfasts, packed lunches and most evening meals.
If you like a party atmosphere then this is one for you, with more than 80 people staying in the spacious Scandi-inspired hostel in Patterdale which offers fantastic views and a lounge area designed for socialising. With walks aplenty as well as other non-walking activities on the doorstep, this trip has all the elements for a perfect New Year’s Eve break.
The Pembrokeshire coast is a belting location to see in the New Year.
For 2019’s celebrations we’re heading to one of our favourite spots, Pwll Deri where you can enjoy grandstand views from the cliff top hostel, spectacular walking and a good sprinkling of fun across four nights.
With a great bunch of people as your fellow New Year companions, together with meals that have added celebratory sparkle, you’ll breeze into 2020 with enough vim and vigour to make others ever-so-slightly envious!
New Year’s Eve Walking Holiday – Lake District
Walk into New Year in Pembrokeshire
Some recent snaps - New Year
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