Luxury self catering accommodation in East Midlands

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Luxury Accommodation in the East Midlands
Thorpe on the Hill, Lincolnshire, East Midlands , England
sleeps 4
number of bedrooms2
number of bathrooms2
1 dogs allowed 1
Features
garden
Weekly price: £407 - £2470
Short breaks: minimum 3 night(s)
Victory cottage
Oakham, Rutland, Rutland, East Midlands , England
sleeps 4
number of bedrooms2
number of bathrooms2
no dogs allowed
Features
enclosed garden
Weekly price: £620 - £1095
Short breaks: minimum 3 night(s)
Next Available: 13 December to 17 December 21, more dates
Sleeps 20 Luxury Cottage
Lincoln, Lincolnshire, East Midlands , England
sleeps 20
number of bedrooms10
number of bathrooms7
0 dogs allowed 0
Features
games room
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
Weekly price: £2499 - £3999
Short breaks: minimum 1 night(s)
Next Available: 09 December to 10 December 21, more dates
The Stables Gold Award Winning Cottage
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms2
no dogs allowed
Features
wood burner
garden
Weekly price: £870 - £980
Short breaks: minimum 3 night(s)
Quality Awards: gold award
Next Available: 09 December to 19 December 21, more dates

The East Midlands is a fantastic place to enjoy a luxury break. This area truly has so much to offer in terms of beautiful countryside, but also bustling towns with plenty going on. A great place for a romantic getaway, but also perfect for a holiday with the kids. If it’s history you like, there are a great number of English Heritage and National Trust properties in this region, such as the Elizabethan Kirby Hall and the wonderfully overgrown Calke Abbey.

 Luxury self-catering break in the Peak District National Park

A Luxury Holiday in the glorious Peak District

Enjoy the incomparable beauty of the Peak District National Park, with its country walks for all levels of ability, quaint country pubs and fantastic, locally-sourced food. The stunning, classic English dale of Dovedale is a highly recommended must-see for your holiday, with limestone features Lovers’ Leap and Reynard’s Cave and the lovely stone village of Milldale.

Visit the inspirational Chatsworth House, the setting for the most recent film adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic Pride and Prejudice.

 

A Royal Forest Retreat in Nottinghamshire

Enjoy a brilliant free day out and take in the stunning scenery and secluded walks of Sherwood Forest National Park - home to the Major Oak, a tree believed to be 1,000 years old, which according to folklore was Robin Hood’s hideout.

 

Enjoy a Stay in Historic Lincolnshire

Travel over into Lincolnshire where you can visit thHistoric Lincolnshire for a relaxing staye highly recommended and beautifully preserved stone town of Stamford, or enjoy the wonders of Derbyshire’s Blue John Cavern – the only cave in the world which has seams of the semi precious mineral Blue John, which is made locally into jewellery.

Unmissable attractions in the East Midlands:

•    Enjoy free days out walking in the Peak District National Park, the world’s first National Park, with its myriad walks, stunning views and country pubs.
•    Take a drive into Lincoln, with its stunning Cathedral and historic castle – home to one of only four copies of the Magna Carta.
•    Visit the designated Site of Special Scientific Interest Cresswell Crags, a Limestone Gorge on the border on Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, which features paleolithic etchings believed to be up to 12,000 years old.

If you’re having a luxury stay in the East Midlands, you can expect large, elegant farm cottages which retain their original features, and fantastic luxury log cabins combining country comforts with stylish, modern ambience.