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A picture-perfect blend of historic beauty and urban thrills, the Heart of England protects some of the UK’s most treasured counties. And the best thing is, they’re all joyously easy to reach by car, or public transport! Whether you want to check out the theatre in Stratford Upon Avon or have an industrious adventure to Shropshire’s Ironbridge, the Heart of England just about has it all.

The Heart of England is also privy to some of the UK’s best walks, especially up in Derbyshire, and the finest chocolate box villages, particularly in Gloucestershire’s cosy Cotswold District. And the Heart of England is no stranger to a bit of fun. Enjoy a family day out at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, or, if you’re feeling wild, a trip to West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park is a day trip not soon forgotten.

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Holiday Cottages In The Heart Of England

More Heart Of England Cottages

A picture-perfect blend of historic beauty and urban thrills, the Heart of England protects some of the UK’s most treasured counties. And the best thing is, they’re all joyously easy to reach by car, or public transport! Whether you want to check out the theatre in Stratford Upon Avon or have an industrious adventure to Shropshire’s Ironbridge, the Heart of England just about has it all.

The Heart of England is also privy to some of the UK’s best walks, especially up in Derbyshire, and the finest chocolate box villages, particularly in Gloucestershire’s cosy Cotswold District. And the Heart of England is no stranger to a bit of fun. Enjoy a family day out at Alton Towers in Staffordshire, or, if you’re feeling wild, a trip to West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park is a day trip not soon forgotten.

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What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in the heart of england.

  1. Alexis

    Verified purchase

    "As others have mentioned, the house is part of a holiday park. I didn't realise how little privacy there would be however. The garden was shared with the cabin next door and was only separated by a temporary plastic barrier. There were cabins all around and the trees and hedges were very sparse and gave no privacy. There were loose cigarette ends and cups full of them in the garden too.The hot tub was cold when we arrived and took ages to heat up. We didn't have bedding for the pull out despite informing them that we were a party of 8 so we had to get some from reception. The house would be fine for, say, 2 couples and 2 children but not 8 adults as advertised. The bunk bed room was clearly a child's room and the bunks were uncomfortable. The dining table was only for 6 people. The hot tub couldn't even fit 3 people in comfortably.On arrival the book states that they provide you with basics such as milk, washing up liquid etc and this wasn't the case. The kitchen was equipped with what seemed to be random things that people had left. They had 2 tin openers that did not work at all. The house otherwise was lovely, and the surrounding areas were great. The bathroom and four poster room were really nice. I think if the property had some more attention paid to it, the holiday park staff were more hospitable (we felt a little like an inconvenience to them rather than warmly welcomed) and they sorted out the privacy issues, it would be great."
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  2. TinaBilli

    Verified purchase

    "Living only a mile away from this property we have watched the scaffolding erected and builders come and go and read about the lottery funded restoration of Polesworth Abbey gatehouse, so with friends from Lincolnshire coming to visit for the week it was a perfect excuse to book the property as a base to introduce them to the area - and oh boy, are we glad we did. This is one of the most amazing properties it has been our privilege to stay in. Full of character and charm you could feel the history in every beam, wall and rafter whilst enjoying the modern day comfort of under floor heating, free Wi-Fi and dishwasher. The welcome from Fr. Philip and his flock made us proud to say we were locals and we were amazed at the discoveries we made about our own locality and heritage. Situated on the Warwickshire/Staffordshire/Leicestershire boarder the property is an ideal base for days out to Bosworth Battle Field, the National Memorial Arboretum Drayton Manor Theme Park, Twycross Zoo and many more attractions as well as been about 45 minutes from Birmingham or Nottingham in you require a serious shopping day, Theatres etc. It should be noted that there are steep stairs to the top floor where the twin room is situated which would be unsuitable for young children or the less mobile. We are so pleased that we decided to 'holiday at home' - it was just fantastic and a place we would certainly recommend and can't wait to return to."
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  3. bear_in_town

    Verified purchase

    "For our son, a professional jazz musician, Christmas 2014 was a busy period, with gigs up and down the country. As a result, he could not make it home to the Isle of Wight from his house in Leeds. We therefore decided to celebrate a 'delayed Christmas' in mid-January and, in order to share the travelling, we agreed to meet at Polesworth, which lies about half way between the two. We rented the S4331 for the weekend and had the most wonderful stay. The house is probably the best-equipped rental accommodation in which we have ever stayed and we lacked for nothing. With its mixture of Mediaeval structure and modern facilities, it was extremely comfortable and, indeed, on the coldest night of the year [minus 4 C], we were as warm as toast, thanks to the log fire and the under-floor central heating. The whole place was spotless and beautifully presented and we received the friendliest of welcomes from the custodian, Father Philip, who gave excellent guidance on shopping, sightseeing and walks for out two Golden Retrievers: Sherlock and Mycroft. The village itself has a good range of shops, including a small Co-op supermarket and a superb 'old-fashioned' butcher's shop, selling first class local produce. There is a good fish and chip shop near by but the real find was the American Diner, just down the road, whose burgers and milkshakes were first class. We will certainly visit again!"
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  4. Laura

    Verified purchase

    "7 adults stayed for a girly weekend. The house needs a deep clean, lots of dust and cobwebs. Bedding and furnishings need refreshing, dated and tired. Basic kitchen items missing, no batteries in any of the television remotes, no wifi and the house alarm went off at 2.30am with no idea how to turn it off due to difficulty in closing back door. Eventually got hold of someone over the phone that advised us. This information should be in the welcome pack or told upon arrival. Someone did come to us in the morning and rectify all the issues. Much appreciated.Hot tub absolutely fab although the bubble settings did not work and outside lighting would be beneficial. Although stated to sleep 8 adults the dining table and lounge area only seat 6 and the bed in double room is small. Bunk bed room more suitable for children. Regardless of these small issues we had a fab weekend relaxing, eating, drinking bubbles in the hot tub and watching dvds. Would love to return again soon."
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  5. Emma

    Verified purchase

    "The place was dirty and full of dog hair A used sanitary towel in the downstairs bathroom bin so obviously not been cleaned before we went in There is no blinds on the front door so when you come out of the bathroom people walking past can see you in your towel The sofa bed was broken and we had to sleep on a mattress on the floor The fridge froze all of our food so that was just a waist of money We came home early as couldn't sleep on the floor anymore I would never stay here or recommend When we contacted the owners trough the agents not even any form of comensation for our troubles or loss of holiday or loss of food from the fridge It was however close to Great Yarmouth and other local towns Definitely not suitable for more than two people as the broken sofa bed is in the front room so can watch tv while kids are asleep"
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