Self Catering Accommodation and Holiday Cottages in Warwickshire
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As one of the oldest counties in England, Warwickshire provides a rich heritage combined with small market towns and acres of green rural pastures. The landlocked county borders 7 others in the area including Leicestershire, Staffordshire and Gloucestershire and it can roughly be split into two, with the majority of the local population residing in the north and central areas whilst the south is largely rural and agricultural. Read More
Located in the very heart of England in the historic village of Braunston on the Northamptonshire/Warwickshire borders, is this incredible luxurious holiday cottage that provides everything you need for a truly special holiday or short break away.
Stylish and just for two, this self-catering retreat sits in the very heart of England in the ancient village of Braunston where the Grand Union and Oxford canals join on the Northamptonshire/Warwickshire borders. With hot tub, riverside walks, pubs in strolling distance and plenty of attractions, this is the perfect 'bolt-hole' for couples.
A comfortable welcoming one bedroom ground floor apartment in the centre of Stratford-upon-Avon with its own private parking and gated entrance. Free Wi-Fi and well equipped to provide a comfy base from which to explore the many attractions on the doorstep and in the surrounding area including the Cotswolds and Warwickshire.
This fabulous property sleeps ten in comfort and has a fantastic completely private heated indoor swimming pool for your exclusive use - ideal for groups of friends or large families who wish to holiday together in complete comfort. Just three miles from Stratford-upon–Avon and with loads of restaurants and numerous attractions to visit locally.
A spacious two bedroom ground floor holiday apartment located in the grounds of a country house with indoor swimming pool. Stratford-upon-Avon and Henley in Arden are only three miles away with an abundance of attractions and great days out within easy reach. A good base for exploring Central England.
A historic large holiday retreat that accommodates up to twenty two guests in ten en-suite bedrooms offering excellent facilities including outdoor heated swimming pool and grass tennis court. Located in a country village in Warwickshire and close to Stratford upon Avon, Evesham and The Cotswolds. Perfect venue for big groups and celebratory events.
Set in beautiful South Warwickshire on the edge of the Cotswolds, Peach Cottage is a modern, light and airy home-from-home sleeping six guests in three bedrooms. It is the perfect base for a walking, cycling, sight-seeing or simply relaxing holiday in the heart of England. Well located on the edge of historic Whatcote village and within walking distance of the Royal Oak pub, Peach Cottage affords stunning views of the surrounding countryside, and is within easy reach of Stratford-upon-Avon, Stow-on-the-Wold, Oxford, Cheltenham, Warwick Castle, Blenheim Palace and Bicester Village.
Formerly the farm stables and granary, this holiday cottage sits within the beautiful countryside of Warwickshire and is close to Stratford-upon Avon and the Cotswolds villages. Guest's also have the use of an indoor swimming pool (shared only with the owners!). A great base for exploring Central England with an abundance of attractions.
A charming first floor holiday apartment with lovely views over South Warwickshire rolling countryside. Just two miles from the historic market town of Shipston-on-Stour and within easy driving distance of Moreton in Marsh, Chipping Campden and Stowon-the-Wold, this is an ideal base for exploring the pretty villages and historic towns of the Cotswolds. 4 Star.
Sitting in the pretty Warwickshire village of Long Compton, Woodland Cottage provides the perfect base for exploring the Cotswolds and is close to Moreton-in-Marsh, Chipping Norton and Stow-on-the-Wold, as well as historic houses such as Chastleton House. Perfect for families or friends, the Woodland Cottage has an open-fire and all the charm you would hope for in a Cotswolds stone cottage.
Nestling amongst the rolling Cotswolds Hills in the village of Long Compton, this pretty Cotswolds Cottage has an excellent pub and lovely walks on the doorstep. A superb base for exploring the areas many attractions and easily accessible from the North, Wales and London, making it a good place to meet up with friends and family.
Holiday in Warwickshire
Perhaps the greatest claim to fame for Warwickshire is the town of Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of renowned playwright William Shakespeare. The author of Romeo and Juliet, King Lear and Hamlet hardly needs an introduction and there is a real literary feel around the small market town where he was born. The Royal Shakespeare Theatre provides authentic Shakespearean plays, in addition to a host of other cultural activities and events throughout the year. The historic town has been active for the best part of a millennium and retains an old age charm and feel about it with its traditional buildings and numerous Shakespearean interest sites.
The county’s history doesn’t end with the theatre and famous playwrights, rather it has an important military heritage and the English Civil War Battle of Edgehill was held within its borders and played a major role in the history of the conflict. The Stratford Armouries Museum in Stratford-upon-Avon is a great place to see military items of old and learn more about the history of the county.
The Cotswolds also sneak into the county and they provide tranquil outdoor activities. The beautiful landscapes and hills provide a scenic natural setting right in the heart of middle England. For nature lovers The Cotswolds provide various walks and cycling routes set within the greenery and natural surroundings of the rolling hills, with a variety of wildlife, small historic towns and honey-coloured villages along the way. In fact, the region has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and for many people it has been a welcome escape from city and urban life for decades. Warwick Castle which was built by William The Conqueror back in the 11th century is another of Warwickshire’s major attractions and is still very much intact, offering a fascinating glimpse into a centuries old construction.
While the county doesn’t have any cities that fall within its boundaries, the town of Warwick is its closest thing. It still retains the overall feel of the county with a deep sense of tradition and heritage and rather than finding high streets filled with multi-national stores, it focuses on local and independent shops. Nightlife in the town can be lively and there is a market every Saturday and a farmers market at certain times of the year.
Warwickshire hasn’t attempted to adapt itself to modernity and for a traditional view and experience of England; it can be difficult to find another place quite like it. While it has a fascinating heritage and is a predominately historical county, it also has fantastic natural settings, walks and days out for all the family and offers activities that everyone can enjoy.
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