The county of Warwickshire lies in the heart of England and covers almost 2000km², much of which is covered by lush green countryside.
Warwickshire is easily reached via the M1, M6, or M40 motorways, whilst Birmingham Airport to the west of the county, and East Midlands Airport to the north, make it an equally accessible destination for international visitors.
London Heathrow airport is less than a 90-minute drive from the historic county town of Warwick, whilst Central London can be reached by train in as little as one and a quarter hours.
Exhibition, sport and concert venues including the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Barclaycard Arena, Ricoh Arena and International Convention Centre (ICC) are just a short drive or train journey away, with the shopping meccas of Birmingham, Coventry and Bicester Village also lying tantalizingly close.
So whether you’re planning a week of walks, culture and country pubs, or want to punctuate your trip with a bit of retail therapy or a day trip to the capital, in versatile Warwickshire the options are endless! Exclusively Warwickshire can make booking your self catering Warwickshire trip easier, for further information find our range of holiday cottages in Warwickshire below.
Our property list is expanding all the time and we’ll be using this section to highlight the latest Warwickshire holiday lets to join the Exclusively Warwickshire portfolio.
Please click on the properties for further information on our latest fantastic Warwickshire holiday cottages.
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This charming 2 bedroom black & white cottage in Binton near Bidford on Avon, enjoys a peaceful location which is a stone’s throw from many local attractions. Private fishing in the River Avon from a jetty at the bottom of the garden and a traditional country pub just across the lane, add to this comfy property’s appeal.
A stunning, interior-designed apartment in iconic Grade II Listed George House. Situated in the wonderfully vibrant town of Henley-in-Arden with its fine selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and quirky independent shops – not forgetting the irresistible temptations of the not-to-be-missed Henley Ice Cream Parlour!
Our Quill Rating Guaranteed
Many lettings agencies and tourism organisations grade their properties, but these gradings are often fairly rigid in nature and fail to take account of the quirks and foibles that are often features of historic or character properties.
This has prompted Exclusively Warwickshire to develop its own Quill Rating system which aims to give customers a guide to the standard of the property they are letting. All of our lovely properties have been given a three, four or five quill rating based on the following general criteria and used in conjunction with individual property descriptions.
We endeavour to make our property descriptions as informative as possible, but if you do have any queries related to the facilities at your chosen accommodation, please feel free to contact us for further details.
The property will be traditionally furnished with a well-equipped kitchen and will offer a comfortable standard of accommodation.
The property will have modern furnishings throughout and be finished to a high standard with useful extras that might include a washing machine and dishwasher.
The property will be finished to a very high standard, with extras such as En-suite facilities, tumble drier, coffee machine and toiletries.
Wonderful Warwickshire offers miles and miles of great walking. Whether you fancy a leisurely stroll or something more arduous, there’s a Warwickshire walk for you! Canal towpaths, historic town trails, nature reserves & county parks (many with wheelchair accessible paths) and The Heart of England Way are just a few suggestions for exploring our county on foot. Don’t forget to pack your walking boots for your self catering warwickshire holiday with us!
Exclusively Warwickshire is proud to be a member of Shakespeare’s England
the official Tourist Information resource for our region!
Originally a division of the kingdom of Mercia, the first recorded reference to Warwickshire was in 1001 as Wæringscīr (later Warwick and meaning dwellings by the weir). During the Middle Ages the county was dominated by Coventry (now part of the West Midlands) which, at the time was one of England’s most important cities.
Warwickshire is jam-packed with family-friendly attractions. Many of the county’s historic attractions have child-friendly exhibits to help bring history alive for the younger generation. There are also a large number of outdoor play facilities, nature trails and farm parks to explore. Theme parks including Drayton Manor Park, West Midland Safari Park, Thomas Land, Twycross Zoo and Hatton Adventure World provide great fun for the whole family.
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