Self-catering accommodation Rugby, Warwickshire

3 rental properties match your search for Self-catering accommodation Rugby

Mill Cottage Braunston, Warwick, Warwickshire, Heart of England , England

1 bedroom Cottage

sleeps 1 - 2 guests
1 - 2
1 bedrooms
1
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed

This lovely cottage is perfect for a romantic retreat with its lovely large round bath and its location within the grounds of a historical windmill just adds to the romance.

Special features: free internet access, outdoor hot tub.

Weekly Price from: £545
Next availability:
from 08 June to 11 June 20 from 20 June to 23 June 20

Swift Stables, Mowsley, Leicestershire, Midlands, England

3 bedroom Holiday Lodge

sleeps 1 - 6 guests
1 - 6
3 bedrooms
3
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed

Escape for a rural retreat break at this picture-perfect family-friendly 3 bedroom holiday lodge, nestled by unspoilt Leicestershire countryside close to Market Harborough, this is excellent walking country and some fantastic attractions for days out include Leicesterís National Space Centre not too far away and further afield Warwick is within an hourís drive.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £500

Waterloo Farm Leisure, Market Harborough, Leicestershire, Midlands, England

2 bedroom Log Cabin

sleeps 2 - 4 guests
2 - 4
2 bedrooms
2
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed

Book a stay in a lakeside log cabin at Waterloo Farm Leisure and look forward to a relaxing break away, fishing, bird watching and cycling are just some of the activities to enjoy locally, fishing can be enjoyed on the owner's coarse fishing lakes on site.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £160

The charming market town of Rugby is set on the River Avon in the English county of Warwickshire and is known as being the birthplace of the popular sport of the same name. There is much to see and do here if you are looking to rent a cottage for a self-catering holiday with friends and family, and with a quaint town centre that is pedestrianized, along with a street market on several days of the week where you can purchase local produce, Rugby is a shopper’s heaven. There are several restaurants, pubs and cafes peppered throughout Rugby, as well as an art gallery and museum and the Rugby Football Museum home to memorabilia and displays on the sport meaning you can have a varied and exciting break when on a break here with loved ones.