Warwickshire is a wonderful region of heritage and culture in the Heart of England. Some of Britain’s most attractive towns and villages nestle among the woods and vales of Warwickshire’s countryside, and with so many beautiful little nooks and Warwickshire holiday cottages to choose from, your own little piece of the English countryside is just waiting to be discovered.
There is a huge range of things to do in Warwickshire, from fishing to health spas, golf clubs to Shakespearian adventures in Stratford. Warwickshire is awash with stunning country parks, including Alvecote Priory, Kingsbury Water Park, Upton Fields Nature Reserve and the Burton Dassett Hills Country Park. There are many fantastic walking and cycling trails running throughout the county, and if you are wishing to enjoy a walking, cycling or horse riding holiday from holiday housing in Warwickshire, then the County Council has a great range of literature and maps to help you uncover the perfect routes.
Golf is a huge activity from Warwickshire accommodation, most notably from the most famous Warwickshire Golf Club, The Belfry. Famous as a Ryder Cup course, and set among 550 acres of prime English countryside, The Belfry is a golf course that rates highly on any golfers list, and the exclusive club house is a magnificent place to relax, as it is also one of the finest health spas in Warwickshire, and there is a vast amount of competition.
The Warwickshire countryside is perfect for a whole range of sports. Fishing in Warwickshire is particularly good, with wonderfully clean rivers and lakes throughout the county. Hot air balloon rides, canoeing holidays, paragliding and sailing holidays are also great fun from Warwickshire holiday cottages.
The number of national attractions scattered through the Warwickshire countryside are a delight to tour from Warwickshire accommodation. Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford, is a wonderful town to explore from a Warwickshire holiday rental, where half timbered houses provide a perfectly timeless atmosphere, bringing the Shakespeare Experience to life. Warwick Castle is always high on the list of things to do in Warwickshire too, as is the beautiful Coventry Cathedral, Kenilworth Castle and Twycross Zoo.
Warwickshire’s central location is perfect for anyone travelling to a Warwickshire holiday cottage from almost anywhere in England. Birmingham (BHX) and Coventry Airport (CVT) are the two best airports for reaching Warwickshire accommodation, and there are connecting flights from airports large and small throughout the UK.