England's Bank Holiday Best
plans yet or are still on the hunt for inspiration, we've put together a list of our favourite places in England to visit and explore. It's these stunning rugged landscapes that the brothers' ancestors lived and worked on which helped inspire them to design and make the belts that they produce today.
The Cornwall Coast
Cornwall has a unique and magical coastline with over 400 beaches. Collectively they are the most varied in character of anywhere in the UK and arguably in the world.
With almost 300 miles of stunning coastline, you can enjoy breathtaking cliff top walks, explore secluded tranquil coves, learn to surf in Newquay, and relax in picturesque fishing villages.
The Cotswolds is the largest designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in England.
The rolling grasslands, beech woodlands and winding country lanes leading to picturesque stone built villages, make it easy to see why the Cotswolds are a favourite for all who visit.
The Jurassic Coast
The Jurassic Coast covers 96 miles of coastline, from East Devon to Dorset. It has been granted World Heritage Status and for those who decide to explore it will be treated to some of the most spectacular cliffs, coves and fossils on the planet. With places like Lulworth and the iconic Durdle Door with its unmistakable limestone arch, it's certainly a sight to behold.
The Peak District
From rugged moorland to rolling hills and dales, the Peak District has some of the country's finest scenery you will have the pleasure of seeing.
The Peak District is located in central England, making it easily accessible to many and therefore a popular destination for visitors. Its craggy peaks attract keen climbers and walkers are drawn by the broad landscape and outstanding scenery. The patchwork of fields crossed with distinctive dry stone walling and idyllic quaint villages makes you feel like you've travelled back in time.
The Northumberland Coast
The Northumberland Coast path begins in the south at Creswell (near Morpeth) and finishes at Berwick-upon-Tweed on the Scottish border. Take in the golden dunes, unspoiled open countryside, quaint market towns and nature reserves.
The Yorkshire Dales
The Yorkshire Dales is a national park of great beauty which draws many visitors in to enjoy its outstanding scenery of steep grassy valleys, limestone cliffs, crystal clear rivers and unspoilt villages of stone houses dotted throughout the area.
The Yorkshire Dales is one of England’s top landscape areas with its distinctive stone walls, colourful wild flowers and ancient fortresses steeped in history. This is not a place to be missed.
The Lake District
The Lake District was the first UK national park to become an Unesco World Heritage site, taking its place alongside globally recognised landmarks such as the Great Barrier Reef, Venice and Yosemite National Park.
The region's tranquil lakes, wild forests, rugged mountains and peaceful valleys mean the Lake District offers a seemingly endless supply of stunning views.