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We are offering a great deal to get on board early and save on your subscription to a 12 month listing. The prices we are quoting below are not going to be around for long.

The price of £12.50 inc VAT will give you a full listing on one Walking Festival page.

If you are closer to another walking festival and wish to be listed on its page it is £10 inc VAT for each extra listing.

On the dedicated walking festival page your advert will consist of:-

  • Picture
  • Description of Accommodation
  • Contact Form to the email you supply
  • Link to your website
  • Telephone Number
  • Any offers you are running for the walking festival

We aim to get your accommodation live in 72 hours but we will email you as soon as it is live. You can always contact us if you want to change or remove your listing.

Please subscribe your listing below, click the subscribe button and you will be taken to a Paypal payment page which is 100% secure. You can pay by card or a Pay Pal account if you have one. Upon completion of payment you will be taken to an Accommodation Submit form. Please fill this out and submit it to us.

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