Owls Nook
  • Peak District National Park
  • Heights of Abraham
  • Calke Abbey
  • Chatsworth House
  • Soldiers of Gloucestershire Museum
  • Chavenage House
  • Clearwell Caves
  • The International Bird of Prey Centre
  • Hergest Ridge
  • Ledbury
  • Hereford Cider Museum
  • Hereford Cathedral
  • National Space Centre
  • Belvoir Castle
  • Leicester Guildhall
  • Twinlakes Theme Park
  • Museum of Lincolnshire Life
  • Natureland Seal Sanctuary
  • Lincoln Cathedral
  • Belvoir Castle
  • Silverstone
  • Cottesbrooke Hall
  • Woburn Safari Park
  • Boughton House
  • Sherwood Forest
  • Wollaton Hall
  • City of Caves
  • Nottingham Castle
  • Blenheim Palace
  • Guided Tour of Oxford
  • Fairytale Farm
  • Bodleian Library
  • Ironbridge
  • Stokesay Castle
  • Sunday Lunch on the Severn Valley Railway
  • Wroxeter
  • Alton Towers
  • Trentham Estate
  • Drayton Manor Theme Park
  • Peak District
  • Hergest Ridge
  • Worcestershire Beacon
  • Black Mountain
  • Hereford Cathedral
  • Worcester Cathedral
  • Harvington Hall
  • Messing about on the River
  • Little Owl Farm Park

Relax in a Central England Cottage with Hot Tub

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Think about it. When was the last time you spent some quality time with your family? Not that we want to guilt you into a holiday but…if you need to think about it, then it has been too long. Let us make a suggestion; why not try a hot tub cottage in Central England.

Whatever the time of year there is no better way of relaxing than getting away from it all with all the comforts of home and the added luxury of your own private jacuzzi. Spend a day exploring the area and in the evenings, unwind with a glass of champagne feeling the warm, pulsating jets massaging all your cares away.

Central England or the Midlands covers a few counties including Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire and the Peak District National Park, one of the most popular in the UK, partly due to the beautiful scenery and also because almost everyone in England lives within a few hour's drive.

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Many of the properties are pet friendly cottages, meaning you don't have the hassle of arranging people to come in and look after your dog or pay for boarding kennels and they can provide accommodation for 2 to ten or twelve people meaning, whether you are wanting a fun family holiday, romantic break, or celebration with friends you will be sure to find something suitable.

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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Central England

You won't lack for something interesting to do if you choose to spend a holiday in Central England and we have compiled a list of some of the best attractions.

The World of Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter lived at Troutbeck Park farm where she bred a fine flock of the rare Herdwick Sheep. The farm was left by the Peter Rabbit author to the National Trust as were the sheep. In the nearby town of Bowness, you can visit the World of Beatrix Potter a fantastic attraction loved by children and adults alike. Spend some time in Peter Rabbit's garden or in the kitchen of Mrs Tiggywinkle, before treating yourself to some homemade cake at the award-winning tearoom and buying a few souvenirs at the giftshop.

1. Alton Towers

Enjoy some of the world's most thrilling rides at Britains 2nd most visited theme park. covering almost 4km² and divided in ten themed areas Alton Towers offers everything you need for a fun family day out. Along with exhilarating rides there are special areas for younger children, acres of beautiful gardens, a water park and plenty in the way of restaurants and bars.

2. Cadbury World

Discover a world of chocolate when you visit this fascinating and delicious attraction in Birmingham. With different zones, each giving an insight into the history and origin of Cadbury's chocolate, it's the perfect place to spend the day whatever the weather. When you have finished playing in chocolate rain or experiencing the virtual ride on the Crunchie rollercoaster you can pick up some chocolatey treats to take back to your hot tub hideaway.

Warwick Castle

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3. Warwick Castle

Discover a thousand years of history at this medieval castle built by William the conqueror in 1068. Explore the grand interiors including the spectacular great hall, red drawing room and Queen Anne bedroom. If you are brave enough take the 50-minute interactive walk through the castle dungeon (Not recommended for children under 10). Stroll through the magnificent gardens designed by Britain's finest landscape gardener Capability Brown or let the kids enjoy the pageant playground. Warwick Castle is definitely an attraction not to be missed.

4. Conkers, Ashby de la Zouch

Set in the National Forest. Conkers is a unique award winning attraction. Among the popular activities that attract visitors to this park include; zip-wires, kayaking, woodland walks, archery, assault courses and plenty for the younger members of the family to enjoy too. With plenty to do and see whatever the weather, Conkers is open every day from March to October.

Conkers Ashby de la Zouch

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5. Tamworth Snowdome

Who'd have thought there was a place offering the ultimate in snow fun in the centre of England. With a 170 metre main slope and 2 teaching slopes it is perfect for the accomplished skier and the beginner. You can also try snow-boarding, ice skating or tubing. There are activities for all the family with even the tiny tots able to join in with the excitement by tiny tubing and sledging. There is also a swimming pool, gym and health spa offering a full range of spa experiences, perfect as a surprise gift.

6. Trentham Monkey Forest

For a unique experience why not visit the only place in the country where up can get up close and personal with over a 100 Barbary Macaques. Set in 60 acres of magical forest the monkeys roam and play freely as they would in the wild. Guides along the way give you information about these fascinating creatures and there are hourly feeding sessions. Remember to take a camera.

7. Coventry Transport Museum

Coventry Transport Museum

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Looking for a cheap and fascinating family day out? Check out Coventry's transport museum, with over 240 cars, 100 motorbikes and 200 bicycles, notable exhibits include the 2 British jet cars that broke the world land speed record in 1983 and 1997, an array of royal state cars, a DeLorean DM12 of Back to the Future fame and many others.

8. Drayton Manor

Packed full of rides and attractions for all ages Drayton Manor is perfect for a fun family day out. All the fun of the fair with exciting white knuckle rides, the superb Dino-trail, Thomas Land, crazy golf, and a host of other attractions this theme park also has a zoo with over a hundred animals and plenty of bars and restaurants.

9. Poole’s Cavern and Buxton Country Park, Buxton

Located in the Peak District these enormous underground caverns have been millions of years in the making. Marvel at the crystal stalagmites and stalactites lining the chambers as you take a tour with the knowledgeable guides. When you surface why not explore the serene and tranquil woodlands or even try the high-wire tree top adventure. There are multiple areas to enjoy a picnic, along with a visitor centre and safe play area for kids. End the day with a stroll to Solomon's Temple viewpoint which boasts outstanding views over the Peak District.

10. The Black Country Museum

This open-air museum is a recreation of a 19th century Black Country village. There are over 50 buildings depicting life during the industrial revolution. Staff are all in traditional costume and bring the exhibits to life. See the blacksmith at work, catch an old-fashioned tram from the entrance to the main street and enjoy a fish and chip lunch from a proper 1930's chippy, definitely worth stepping back in time for, before returning to the modern amenities of your luxury lodge with hot tub.

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