The Midlands combine idyllic landscapes with walled meadows and typical English villages, with a rich industrial past. Discover this region from our holiday homes in the Midlands.
Relax and enjoy the lush green landscape, villages and historic marketplaces from your holiday home in the Midlands. You can walk along various signposted routes in this area. Other popular activities in this area include cycling and horseback riding. Or water sports on Rutland Water.
Visit a picturesque market town like Ledbury or Stamford, and don't forget to visit Stratford-upon-Avon, the birthplace of Shakespeare, with its typical half-timbered houses and the Royal Shakespeare Company theatre. Relive the Middle Ages with a visit to Warwick Castle. Explore the land of Robin Hood, Sherwood Forest. Visit Sherwood Forest Country Park here.
A trip with the so-called narrow boats is also a lovely experience. There is also a network of canals in the middle of England, originally intended as industrial transport routes, but now fun for boat trips (the narrow boats). Go shopping in Nottingham, the city that has recently been voted the second best shopping city in England, after London. For shopping or going out, you can go to Birmingham.
From our holiday homes in the Midlands, you can also visit the picturesque Cotswold in the south, with its picturesque villages with typical honey-coloured limestone houses!
Some of the most important places to visit in the Midlands are:
Some of the exciting activities to do in the Midlands are visiting old and historic museums, churches, libraries, parks and exploring city life.
Travelers can take a direct train from London or Manchester to the Midlands. A bus or taxi is also an ideal option.
Some of the recommended dishes in the Midlands are cookies, cheese, Staffordshire cheese, Malvern, Shrewsbury cakes, Marmite, Phall, and Faggots.
The best time to visit the Midlands is late March to early June and September to November.