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The following cottage companies all offer holiday cottages in North England and are arranged according to the number of properties offered in the North England region. Many are individually inspected and discounts are available according to party size and the time of booking.
Cottages 4 You
- Over 600 North England holiday cottages
are offered in the Lake District, Cumbria and the North West. All cottages are inspected and rated according to the individual standards of each property. Discounts are also available for selected self catering cottages.
- Another vast range of North England cottages .
Some accommodate pets and low prices are available for weekly bookings. Reductions are on offer for certain times of year. Customer reviews are also provided for each property.
- A selection of around 500 self catering cottages in North England including the regions of Northumberland, Cumbria, the Yorkshire Dales and the Yorkshire Moors. All cottages are inspected and discounts are offered for selected destinations. See the site for a 240 page brochure.
- Another wide selection of North England properties in Yorkshire, Northumberland, Lancashire and other regions. Deals are available for both early and late bookings and visitors can choose from both modern and traditional cottages.
North England has one of the most dramatic, scenic landscapes in Britain and boasts heritage cities such as York and Chester. Holiday cottages provide a means of exploring and appreciating this picturesque and characterful region and offer an alternative to the usual types of North England holiday accommodation.
The counties that make up the North West include Cheshire, Lancashire and Cumbria. The Lake District
is the North's most notable region and is set mostly in Cumbria. It has 16 major lakes that vary in size, from Lake Windermere
which stretches over 10 miles in length to the tiny Brothers water. Holiday cottages and self catering breaks are very popular in these parts.
form part of the North Western reaches. They played a significant role in the Industrial Revolution producing iron ore and coal. Despite their contribution to the United Kingdom's industrial might, much of these wild hills and valleys remain unscarred and are among the largest tracts of unspoilt countryside in England.
The Pennines which stretch from Derbyshire to the northern parts of Northumberland provide some of the finest walking country in the UK
- the flat-topped limestone hills of Pen-y-ghent and Ingleborough Hill are popular destinations for ramblers and hikers. See the guide about top visitor attractions, places of interest and entertaiment across the North England region. Links and travel resources are also provided further down the page.
North England Visitor Attractions
There's an extensive range of visitor attractions and activities in North England, which are too numerous to be included on this page! So we've included a summary of the most notable ones that we think are worth seeing while on your North England cottage holiday.
There are plenty of activities for those renting holiday cottages in North England. The Lake District, for instance is popular for sailing, mountain hiking and climbing. Blackpool Pleasure Beach
and Sea life centre offer more family orientated days out as does Roundhay Tropical World
, which boasts an impressive array of exotic animals.
Food and Drink
Manchester has over 500 traditional pubs, jazz clubs, nightclubs and cafes. Some of the more notable include Odd Bar, the Old Nag's Head and the Manchester Hard Rock Cafe
. There's also a fine selection of top restaurants in North England including The Arch, Ammans Indian Restaurant and Anthony's, all of which are culinary award winners.
History and Culture
You'll find plenty of historical and cultural attractions to keep you busy during your North England cottage break. Yorkshire, in particular has a number of impressive castles including Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Sledmere House and Ripley Castle
. The Dales Countryside Museum
and Abbeydale Industrial Hamlet are also worth seeing and illustrate the region's industrial past.