Summer may bring the heatwave, but autumn brings those fresh, crisp mornings that are perfect for a scenic stroll. Then of course the falling leaves offer a burst of colour and there’s still plenty of light compared to those gloomy winter days. Basically, it makes for a pretty idyllic season for taking long walks and making the most of the British countryside. Not sure where to start? Check out these beautiful autumnal hotspots across the UK from the National Trust…
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