- Cragside House and Gardens
- The Holy Island of Lindisfarne
- Alnwick Castle
- National Railway Museum
- York Minster
- Fountains Abbey
- The Shambles
- Diggerland Durham
- Headlam Hall
- HMS Trincomalee
- Wynyard Park
- Derwent Water
- Aira Force
- Lake District National Park
Relax in Your Own North of England Cottage with a Hot Tub
Have you ever been to the North of England? No?
The North of England is the cultural powerhouse of England. As you can imagine, it is a geographical idea, mostly referring to the area lying between River Dee and River Trent all the way to Scotland.
It is here that hot tub cottages thrive. Most of them are self-catering too. They are mostly affordable to the regular traveller, but there are a few that are a little more expensive – but this – is in exchange for luxury and up scaled amenities. The cottages are customised to ensure superior guest comfort. They feature fully-fitted kitchens, hot tubs, en-suite bathrooms, state-of-the-art entertainment equipment and many more.
Bring the whole family. Pets too. When booking, ask whether pets are allowed – unfortunately in some cases, they are not.
Our idea here is to help you save on accommodation so that you can spend the savings on real holiday experiences. We can often concentrate too little on accommodation forgetting that we will spend 60% of our holiday in there. Therefore, your choice of a holiday cottage can determine how much more fun you will have. And we are here to help!
About North of England
For the purposes of bringing the best hot tub cottages, we have combined the two North of England regions. These regions are North East England and North West England. North East England comprises of County Durham, Northumberland and Yorkshire while the North West England Comprises of Cheshire, Cumbria and Lancashire.
North of England is home to 14.9 million people spread among the 10 areas.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in the North of England
There’s probably no foolproof list of the attractions that you ought to visit in the North of England. We have however done our best to bring a list that will give you a general feel of the region. Below is our top 10 attractions that we think are a must for anybody taking a hot tub cottage holiday in the North of England.
Also referred to as the Metropolitical Church of Saint Peter, York Minster is one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in Europe. It was opened in 637AD. Visit it to say marvel at the breathtaking architecture and soak up the history.
If you love football (or, soccer for the Americans), there is no better place to watch a high adrenaline game in the UK. It is the home of the Manchester United Football Club. It was opened in 1910. Football fans sometimes refer to it as the ‘Theatre of Dreams’.
This garden is one of the 4 that are run by the Royal Horticultural Society. If you love to picnic, take romantic strolls, or capture beautiful sights on your camera, you have just found the place to do this.
If you love gambling or horseracing, then Aintree Racecourse is the best place to visit. It is the host of the world famous Grand National Steeplechase. The racecourse was opened in 1829…there is some serious racing history in there.
This is the seat of the Bishop of Liverpool. It was constructed within the Gothich revival architectural style from 1904 to 1978. It is one of the important landmarks of Liverpool.
For the best experience of the Blackpool Tramway, we recommend you visit during the Bank Holidays or during the summer holidays when the 1st generation tramway is in use. The tramway runs through the scenic route from Blackpool to Fleetwood through Flyde Coast.
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Anfield is a 44,742-seater stadium. It is the home turf for Liverpool Football Club and 7th largest stadium in the UK. It was opened in 1884. If you love football with passion, then attending a match here would be the best thing you can do with your holiday.
This museum will be a one-stop holiday experience on its own. You not only get to dine in traditonal British delicacies but also shop, get live entertainment, and engage in everything steeped in English history.
The Alnwick Castle was constructed after the Norman Conquest in 1096. It is the seat of the Duke of Northumberland and is a Grade I listed building receiving more than 800,000 visitors every year.
Gateshead Millenium Bridge
Also referred to as the ‘Winking Eye’ or the ‘Blinking Eye’, this beautiful bridge is the conception of Architect Wilkinson Eyre and Engineer Gifford. It spans across the width of River Tyne between the Quayside in Newcastle Upon Tyne and Gateshead’s Quayside. It is used by cyclists and pedestrians.
The North of England may not have the weather that the South does, but it certainly is a fantastic place to have a break given all its heritage and natural attractions. Welcome to the North of England!