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Holiday cottages in Warwickshire

SP5075 : Rupert Brooke Statue, RugbySP5075 : Rugby Baptist Church, Regent PlaceSP5075 : Rugby-Regent PlaceSP2865 : Footpath north of railway, WarwickSP2865 : Warwick railway station, WarwickshireSP2865 : Warwick Railway Station
If you’re planning a self-catering cottage holiday in the UK, Warwickshire is a perfect destination with characterful towns, glorious castles and fascinating family attractions. The county is a region of great diversity with a sparsely-populated rural south paralleled by the industrial markets towns of the north. Wherever you choose to stay, you can be sure of an action-packed holiday with a wealth of days out from which to choose.

An essential starting point is Shakespearean Stratford-upon-Avon. Here you can visit the Bard’s birthplace, delight in the romance of Anne Hathaway’s cottage or experience Tudor farming at Mary Arden’s Farm. A performance at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre is a must at the end of a day after exploring the River Avon or encountering tropical butterflies at the Butterfly Farm. April is a particularly exciting time to visit as special events mark Shakespeare’s birthday.

Children will be thrilled with animal encounters at Hatton Country World, Ash End Farm or Twycross Zoo and for boys of all ages the world-famous National Motorcycle Museum or the Coventry Transport Museum will be a hit. With stunning castles at Warwick and Kenilworth and beautiful architecture in the picturesque setting of Ragley Hall, you’ll be spoilt for choice during your self-catering cottage holiday in Warwickshire.

SP5075 : Rupert Brooke statue (2), Rugby

SP5075 : Rupert Brooke Statue, Rugby

SP5075 : Rugby-Kew Road