Holiday cottages in East Midlands
The East Midlands is situated in the eastern section of central England and includes the counties of Northamptonshire, Leicestershire, Nottinghamshire, Derbyshire, Lincolnshire and Rutland. There are plenty of great cottages to rent here, many of which are situated in some of the most scenic parts of the East Midlands.
The East Midlands boasts a richly diverse landscape that consists of a flat coastal plain, a stunning river valley and a range of rolling hills. Cottages for rent can be found scattered throughout the West Midlands and one of the great things about this type of rental property is that visitors will be able to explore the West Midland at their own pace when they book their choice of holiday cottage.
Counties in East Midlands:
The southern section of the Pennine Rage is situated in Derbyshire. These rolling hills are just waiting to be explored by nature lovers and self catering accommodation such as a holiday cottage comes complete with a kitchen that visitors can use to prepare packed lunches to take with them while they explore.
City slickers will also find plenty of exciting places to explore in the West Midlands. The vibrant city of Derby can be found in the county of Derbyshire and is home to a range of attractions such as Derby Cathedral, Pickfords House and the Silk Mill, while visitors to Leicester will be able to explore the National Space Centre and the New Walk Museum and Gallery. Leicester is also home to the Golden Mile, which is lined with a whole host of shops, restaurants and bars and offers some of the most exciting nightlife options in the whole of the West Midlands.
Lincoln is another vibrant city that is just waiting to be explored. This cathedral city features ancient remains and the majestic Lincoln Castle. People who choose to visit the West Midlands will also want to allow plenty of time to check out the city of Nottingham. This city also comes complete with its own castle as well as a wealth of other attractions such as the impressive City of Caves and Wollaton Hall.
Northampton is the main town in the county of Northamptonshire and this is one of the largest towns in the whole of the United Kingdom. This vibrant town boasts a daily market, which sets up in Market Square. Traders travel here each day from all over Northamptonshire to sell their wares and this is a great place to purchase fresh local produce such as cheese and bread. Among the other attractions in Northampton are the 19th century Guildhall, Abington Park Museum and 78 Derngate, which was designed by the famous Scottish architect Charles Rennie Macintosh.