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English cottages to rent in the Heart of England. English cottages can offer a great rural retreat, especially in the very Heart of England, a region that captures the essence of Englishness. This is the real core of the country, where you will find what makes England tick as well discovering the great, and sometimes unexpected, diversity of the region.
English cottages conjure up an image of picture-postcard villages, country pubs and gentle strolls. Here, you will find the full range of traditional English cottages, from half-timbered and thatched cottages to properties built of local stone. The Heart of England features all this and so much more. From high, barren moorland to deep, ancient woodland; from vineyards and orchards to rolling chalk downland, the Heart of England has it all. Here you can marvel at historic sites reflecting the range of human activity and development down the centuries - from ancient Stonehenge to Ironbridge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, from impressive Warwick Castle to the many, many churches, medieval houses of quiet towns and villages to the magnificent cathedrals of Worcester, Gloucester, Hereford, Salisbury and Southwell. English cottages are great places to stay if exploring this region.
Make sure your Heart of England itinerary includes time spent exploring the Cotswolds, taking in the many honey-coloured villages. The moorlands of Staffordshire and Derbyshire, to the north of the region, contrast with the gentler landscape, quiet country lanes and inland waterways of Shakespeare's Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Further south lie the dreaming spires of Oxford, whilst towards the Welsh borders is Herefordshire, home of English cider.
Want to immerse yourself in English heritage and culture? From cosy tea rooms to superb medieval architecture you will find everything in the Heart of England region. So why not browse our cottages to rent in this quintessentially English part of the UK.
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