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What better way to discover it for yourself than with a road trip? Britain’s extensive and well-maintained A-road network connects some truly stunning places, so all you need to do is rent your car, pick it up and hit the open road.
Grab your one-way car hire at A and drop it off at B – no return leg, no hassle!
Length: 31 miles
The A592 slices through the heart of Britain’s greatest national park, the Lake District, taking in the placid waters of Windermere and Ullswater along the way.
The route, which starts in Backborrow and ends in Pooley Bridge, explores England’s beautiful northern fells through a series of winding country lanes and scenic A-roads.
At just over 31 miles long, it’s ideal for a short one-way car hire road trip in the UK.
Length: 96.3 miles
The Scottish Highlands offer up one of the last true wildernesses in the UK, and make for one truly stunning road trip.
Head north on the A835 from Inverness to Durness passing calm, pristine lochs, ancient castles and some of the greatest views the Britain has to offer.
To really immerse yourself in Scotland’s rural beauty, pack your tent and spend a few nights under the stars – wild camping is legal all over Scotland.
With one-way car hire, you can drop your car off at the other end, saving on the near 100-mile return trip!
Length: 42 miles
Long hailed as one of Britain’s best driving roads, Snake Pass slithers through the sweeping hills of the Peak District between Sheffield and Manchester – perfect for a one-way car hire road trip.
While most of the route is scenic, the highlight is the long decent down into Glossop, which on a clear day offers views out over Manchester.
Although you might think the long, winding road was named for its serpent-like curves, the route actually takes its moniker from the Snake Inn, one of the few buildings along the road.
Length: 70 miles
Get ready to explore on a one-way coastal jaunt through Norfolk’s sensational scenery.
The route starts at the Hunstanton cliffs, passing through quaint towns and the sprawling beauty of the Norfolk Broads. Make sure to stop off at Potter Heighham to see its stunning medieval bridge, and the quintessential seaside resort of Great Yarmouth for a dip in the sea.
If it’s good enough for Alan Partridge, it’s good enough for us!
Dramatic and moody, Cheddar Gorge looks down on drivers with imposing beauty, all but swallowing them up with its colossal lime-stone walls.
Driving through the short three-mile route, it’s easy to feel a little intimidated by the towering rock formations on either side.
Feeling a little insignificant at the bottom? Well, pack your hiking boots and scale the gorge for breathtaking panoramas of the West Country.
Pick up your one-way UK car hire in Cheddar and drop it off in Ashwick for the full route of 31 miles.
Length: 13 miles
This route might be short, but it still packs a scenic punch.
Boasting some of the UK’s best coastal views, this winding clifftop road takes you from the quaint seaside town of St Ives to St Just, at nearly the very end of Cornwall.
One for thrillseekers, the drive features a few hair-raising twists and turns, but the amazing vistas out over the sea make it worth a few scares.
While you won’t need one-way UK car hire just for this one, you could add the short route into a longer road trip of Cornwall.
Length: 22 miles
A long undulating road of hair-pin turns and sensational panoramic views, the Black Mountain Pass is one of Wales’s most iconic drives.
Taking in the beautiful, sweeping valleys of the Brecon Beacons, the drive is a challenging one to tackle due to its winding turns and steep, unguarded sections – forget guardrails up here…
Topping out at 1,600ft, the route offers amazing views out over the Severn estuary, but be sure to keep one eye on the road – sheep rule the road up here, and they go where they want!