British Summer Time is officially coming to an end this Sunday, meaning we have a whole extra hour of weekend to enjoy! And with the forecast looking bright and breezy it’s the perfect opportunity to wrap up warm and head out to take in the colourful scenes of Autumn before the frost sets in.
Of course, some of the most beautiful walks in the country are those in the care of the National Trust, but did you know that as well as stunning stretches of land the trust has also acquired a number of pubs and inns. From Penzance to Northumberland and everywhere in between – including the sole public house on an island off the West Coast – the NT boasts an impressive and varied collection of venues, both old and new.
So, since the only way to make a good walk better is with a stop off at the local, why not spend this Sunday’s 25th hour exploring some of the nation’s most treasured gems. You might even find yourself near one of the pub walks recommended by the National Trust themselves!