Popular Lettings in Warwickshire
Highlights in Warwickshire
- The home of Shakespeare
- Historical monuments
- Butterfly farm
- Kenilworth Castle
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Warwickshire
Warwickshire is famous for its castles, and, of course, for being the birthplace of Shakespeare. At its heart, find a holiday rental in the bustling town of Warwick, which offers independent shops and a thriving market. Stratford upon Avon towards the southwest is where the William Shakespeare was born and is buried. Or why not go for a letting in Royal Leamington Spa, just a little to the north east of Warwick? It is a sophisticated Regency town, granted its Royal title by Queen Victoria and home to luxurious Victorian spas which are still open to visitors.Delightful, pretty holiday lettings
Warwickshire is a green and rural county, and so many holiday lettings are situated in lush countryside amidst rolling hills and woodlands. Urban lettings are typically adorned with climbing roses or have lovely gardens to relax in and enjoy a glass of wine. Chocolate box cottages with thatched roofs, Cotswald stone buildings and medieval era wooden framed buildings are all waiting for you to come and experience some serious rest and relaxation.
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The area and getting around
Warwickshire is accessible via two separate airports – Birmingham International and Coventry. At the very southern tip of Warwickshire is the Cotswalds, with its picture-book countryside and attractive stone houses. Multiple rivers wind their way through Warwickshire, including the famous River Avon. This gives visitors miles of delightful countryside to explore and enjoy. As well as finding delightful towns to visit, you’ll enjoy discovering the smaller things in life, Warwickshire’s charming villages. Don’t miss leafy Combrook, or Coughton with its grand Coughton Court. Other gems include Henley-in-Arden, on the edge of the remains of the ancient Forest of Arden, and Luddington with its cute thatched cottages.The home of living history
Warwickshire is well known for its incredible castles and forts. While the main castles such as Warwick castle are a must-see for any visitor, don’t dismiss the lesser known examples, even if it’s just for a short visit. For instance, the motte and bailey Brinklow Castle is now almost gone, but the earthworks which remain offer an invaluable insight into the castle structure that enthusiasts will love. Other fascinating historical features include the ruins of Coventry Cathedral, a victim of the incredibly heavy bombing of the Second World War.
Travellers and activities
The town of Stratford upon Avon, being the birthplace and final resting place of the great Bard, is the world’s leading destination for lovers of his works. Born in Henley Street, his Tudor framed home is open to the public all year round. As well as William’s birth home, other properties where he or his close family lived are also open to the public, with guided tours explaining their importance and influence on his life and works. The Royal Shakespeare company’s theatre is situated by the River Avon. Why not visit and enjoy one of the great man’s plays brought to life?Warwickshire for walkers
Whether it’s a walk down a river bank, discovering an ancient forest, strolling through formal gardens or hitting the pavement for a grand day’s shopping, Warwickshire is the destination for people who like to explore and discover. With so much to see and do, there’s something for everyone. Maybe you’d enjoy visiting one of Warwickshire’s many castles, or perhaps you prefer to amble around a nature reserve and see what birds you can spot? Come and delve into the delights of this beautiful county!
Noblewoman Lady Godiva is reputed to have ridden naked through the streets of Coventry. Whether the story is true or not, the lady was very real.
Top 5 travel tips in Warwickshire
With over 1,000 years of history under its belt, Warwick Castle is a place packed with history. However, the castle offers a vast range of educational expositions, making it a delightful day out for people of all ages.2. Visit Anne Hathaway’s Cottage
Shakespeare’s wife, Anne Hathaway, grew up in a small village just a mile outside of Stratford. Her home is now a museum dedicated to sharing information about her childhood and life. A must-visit for Shakespeare fans.3. Take an alpaca for a walk
Lucky Tails Alpaca Farm allows you to choose the alpaca you want, which will then be put onto a lead for you to walk around the field! A fabulous experience for children. You’ll also see rare breed goats, pigs and sheep, and have the opportunity to get up close to a meerkat!4. Be amazed at Kenilworth Castle
A stunning and unusual castle, Kenilworth's history is fascinating. Find out how the castle changed the course of English history many times over, and afterwards enjoy a stroll around its enchanting Elizabethan gardens.5. Wing your way to the butterfly farm
Don’t miss the wonderful Stratford-upon-Avon butterfly farm, the UK’s largest tropical butterfly centre! It boasts a plethora of gorgeous butterflies in their tropical habitat.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Warwickshire
At an average price of £139.77 per night, Warwickshirelies at thelower end of the price range for holiday rentals in the United Kingdom.Are there usually many holiday lettings available in Warwickshire?
In order to not have problems finding accommodation in Warwickshire we recommend you to think ahead, as 76% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.How many holiday lettings are there in Warwickshire?
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