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Highlights in Warwickshire
- Warwick Castle
- William Shakespeare
- Rugby birthplace
- Cultural visits
- Boat rides
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Cottages in Warwickshire
Find a wonderful cottage surrounded by the beauty of Warwickshire county. Stay in the county town of Warwick or in Nuneaton, the largest town. If you prefer a cottage in Stratford-upon-Avon, you will be staying at William Shakespeare’s birthplace. The list of towns and villages you can choose from includes Rugby, Leamington Spa, Bedworth and Kenilworth. Start browsing the cottages Holidu has selected for you and find the right one for you!Delightful stays in traditional cottages
As a green, leafy area Warwickshire is nestled in the heart of England surrounded by lush green rolling hills, woodlands and incredible views that you will enjoy from the comfort of your cottage. As a family, with some friends or for a romantic getaway, the cottages in Warwickshire will offer the amenities you need in traditional or contemporary cottages, with climbing roses on Cotswold stone walls, thatched roofs, manicured gardens to relax in and lovely patios for summer days and al fresco dinings. You might feel you’re back to a medieval era but with all the amenities of this century! Chill by the fireplace, enjoy lovely strolls in the surrounding trails and have a feeling of relaxation and peace. Ready for your next getaway?
Travellers and activities
A county with incredible landscapes that charm, beguile and endear. Take long strolls along the River Avon with pretty views of riverbank willows and beautiful swans completing the picture. Hikes in Warwickshire are rarely steep. There are several canals that pass through Warwickshire and lots of trails that will take you past impressive locks. Enjoy the countryside trails around Stratford-Upon-Avon Choose a day hike or plan a multi-day adventure to explore the towns and villages nestled in gentle hills and an impressive rural setting that you will never want to leave. There are several routes to choose from and you can find interesting ones with the many apps available for smartphones. Kenilworth Castle to Faerie Tale Farm from Gibbet Hill or Thurlaston to Draycote Water from Thurlaston are intermediate routes between 6 and 7 miles. Easier routes from Shustoke, Hockley Heath, Farnborough or Sydenham are also available and even if they are not demanding, they offer stunning views.Warwickshire for Shakespeare lovers
Warwickshire definitely ticks all the boxes when it comes to history. From motte-and-bailey forts to heritage centres, Middle Ages towns and the birthplace of one of the greatest British playwright. Stratford-upon-Avon is the birthplace of William Shakespeare and also the place where his remains rest. If you enjoy his works you must come and visit this medieval market town and enjoy one of The Royal Shakespeare Company performances bringing the author’s best plays to life in the Royal Shakespeare Theatre or in the Swan Theatre. Shakespeare’s Tudor home is now open to public with a complete tour telling you the story behind it.
Did you know in Warwickshire they use the word batch to describe a crusty roll? Yes! Amazing as it can seem, you can ask for it anywhere in Coventry, Nuneaton or Bedworth and they will know what you mean.
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Delve into jaw-dropping years of history at Warwick Castle. Enjoy an interactive activity trail with the kids, spend a whole day packed with thrilling activities and have a sleepover at the Castle. Don’t miss the opportunity to see the biggest bird of prey in the country and enjoy the show where 60 falcons take flight up high in the sky. And for a fairy tale dream, tie the knot in the grounds of the castle. Create your own happy memories in a truly magical setting.2. Enjoy cultural visits
Warwickshire brims history and traditions but also contemporary entertainment and culture activities to enjoy with the family. Visit the MAD Museum in Stratford-upon-Avon and discover different work pieces of kinetic art and incredible automata. This is a hands-on visit your kids will love. Get into the past of British car manufacturing, learn about the story of the motor industry in the country and enjoy the activities at the British Motor Museum in Lighthorne Heath. Visit the house of Anne Hathaway and learn how she lived before getting married to William Shakespeare. The whole family will enjoy the regular activities carried out at the house and the grounds.3. It’s time for a boat ride!
As a family, your kids enjoy outdoor activities and in Stratford-upon-Avon you can go boating on the river. Avon Boating provides boats, canoes, rowing boats or motor boats so you can all enjoy and have a great time on a 40-minute river cruise from Bancroft Gardens. From the boat you will get nice views of the riverbanks and the scenery from a completely different point of view.4. Explore Royal Leamington Spa
Enjoy a day in the town Queen Victoria visited as a child. The town displays a wonderful array of Georgian, Edwardian and listed architecture, incredible independent shops and big brands lining up the wide boulevards and nice eateries to complete a fabulous day out with the family. Nestled on the winding River Leam, it’s also known for the colonnaded Royal Pump Rooms, housing the Leamington Spa Art Gallery and Museum. There is a local history gallery and an original hammam, the anime given to the cooling rooms. Take your time to stroll along Jephson Gardens and see the glasshouse with its tropical plants.5. Get on the MES Miniature Railway
From the boats to the railway rides. MES Miniature Railway is another fun outing for parents and children. The locomotives are steam, electric or petrol driven and they take passengers along the track. Enjoy the ride and the views as the train keeps going. After your little trip, you can have a wonderful picnic in the designated area and the children can play in the adjacent playground.6. Rugby, a new sport was born
There aren’t many towns or places that can say they saw a sport created in it, right? But Rugby is one of them! Back in 1823, William Webb Ellis picked up a ball in a football match at Rugby School. The style of play he created would later become rugby. If you’re a rugby fan you can visit the museum at Rugby School, and the Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum. The most peculiar thing about this museum is that it is housed in the shop where in 1842, James Gilbert stitched the first rugby balls.7. Visit Nuneaton
Nuneaton is the largest town in Warwickshire. The Victorian writer George Elliot was born in Arbury Hall, Nuneaton. During the year and on set weekends, the birthplace of this great writer is open to the public so you can know a bit more about the house and the grounds that saw her grow. There is also the Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery and a whole gallery devoted to her and her connection with this town.
FAQs: Cottages in Warwickshire
In terms of the amenities offered by Holidu, it appears that the cottages in Warwickshire contain everything that holiday-makers dream of! Here, the cottages generally have a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (93%), garden (53%), and fireplace (23%)...Not bad, right?
On average, the cottages here are quite highly rated. Judging by the Holidu database, 44% of cottages have a rating average of 4.5 stars. A percentage relatively high which allows us to confirm that there are many which are very comfortable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Judging by the Holidu data, 19% of cottages in Warwickshire are suitable for families with children, it will therefore be easy to find the ideal cottage for you and your children.
Certainly! In Warwickshire, 29% of the cottages welcome them with open arms, 53% even have a garden!
Yes! According to Holidu's data, 93% of cottages in Warwickshire include Wi-Fi. You will be able to stay connected at any time!
A big percentage of cottages in Warwickshire (63%) are less than £100 a night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for reserving an affordable cottage!
Of course! According to last year's data, many cottages in Warwickshire . This is the destination you need to head to during the winter months!
According to Holidu's database, 77% of cottages accept up to four people. Approximately 78% of the cottages here include at least two separate bedrooms. This is the ideal destination for small groups of friends!