Mortimer Trail Half Term Holidays
Half Term holidays in Mortimer Trail
There is always plenty to do at half term in Mortimer Trail, Mortimer Country. Stay at one of Mortimer Trail Mortimer Country’s historic farmhouses & B&B’s and join in the fun
Halloween, Bonfire night, Half term in October/November
Celebrate autumn in Mortimer Trail with lots of local events; ghost tours at Croft Castle, Halloween crafts and cider making all over the area. And grand firework displays at Berrington Hall and Ludlow. Take an autumn walking holiday in Mortimer Trail with Wheely Wonderful Cycling along the mortimer Trail. Or take advantage of the last few rays of Autumn sunshine in Mortimer Trailand encourage your children and teens out into the fresh air.
Oaker Wood Leisure near Leominster have some great Multi- Activity Days for 7-12 year olds Activities will include a range from Climbing, Zip Wires, Halloween Hide and Seek, Fire Building, Target Shooting together with some special Halloween Woodland activities.
St Valentines and February half term
Stay at a romantic B&B, and eat a special meal at one of Mortimer Trail restaurants or inns who specialise in Valentines eve dinners. Or chose a tandem cycllng holiday from Wheely Wonderful Cycling, with an overnight stop at a Michelin starred country inn. Or follow the visit the romantic ruins of some of our amazing castles - Wigmore Castle and Hopton Castle.
Fancy an Adventurous February Half Term? Get together a group of at least 8 people and book Oaker Wood's Glamping Village Exclusively for your Group. 2 nights Glamping and 2 activities costs £140 per person.
Family reunion, or get together with several families - why not try a half term with a difference? Our Glamping village has 9 wooden pods with lighting and heaters, each sleeping between 4 and 8 people on bunk beds.
May half term
Celebrate the start of summer with a stay in Mortimer Trail, Mortimer Country. Cycling holidays from Wheely Wonderful Cycling, Mortimer Country are in full swing - or hire a bike for a day to explore the Teme Valley. Great value breaks from Mortimer Trail self catering holiday cottages - and close enough to be able to get to the prestigious Hay Literary Festival for the day. May,is also the best time to visit Mortimer Trail's wonderful gardens. From the Himalayan gardens of Hergest Croft, to Westonbury water gardens at Pembridge and the Arts and Crafts Bryan's Garden at Kinsham.
Details of gardens, activities and events in Mortimer Trail can be found on our website www.exploremortimercountry.com