If you’re looking forward to a break with the family this year, a self-catering cottage could be the right choice. If you have a baby or younger children you will know the importance of well-equipped accommodation. It is also important to consider local amenities and where your self-catering cottage is located. Here are our top three tips for choosing the perfect self-catering cottage for your family holiday.
Cottage breaks for couples
Cottage breaks for couples are usually regarded as a romantic break away that gives you a chance to spend some time with your special partner. But snuggling up in front of the fire together at the end of the day is just one aspect of a luxury cottage break. There’s so much more available for couples to enjoy, so here are a few suggestions to make your holiday with your partner even more special:
The wonderful thing about the county is that it is largely unspoilt and undeveloped. The countryside is beautiful, fantastic for walking and yet, particularly because of its history, there are still plenty of things to see and do. There are castles galore (e.g. Ludlow, Shrewsbury, Stokesay, Whittington and nearby Powys and Chirk) and sites such as Ironbridge Gorge, a World Heritage Site.
Shropshire and Herefordshire are two English counties that border the west of Wales. They are often regarded as England’s ‘quiet counties’. But they are becoming increasingly popular as holiday destinations as visitors discover there is much more to them than meets the eye.
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