Enjoy the National Forest's spectacular display of autumn colour and look out for the deer rutting. This 3 night cycling holiday is full of places to explore along the way, including magnificent Calke Abbey, Ashby Castle, a Crafts Centre, gardens and arboretums full of autumn colour and Mercia Marina, perfect for a drink on the canal-side boardwalk. You also pass Mount St Bernard's Abbey, England's only monastery producing Trappist beer.
The vibrant cathedral city of Lichfield. The Private Apartment of Lord Lichfield and the grounds of Shugborough Hall. An optional visit or stay at St George's Park, the training ground of the English Football Team. David Nash's Noon Column. Vibrant Barton Turns marina. The serene National Memorial Arboretum.
Arts and Crafts cottage Stoneywell. Explore the ruins of Ashby Castle. Taste England's only Trappist beer. Take a ride on a steam train. Find one of the David Nash Noon Columns, hidden in the National Forest.