Book a cottage break in Ryhall, Rutland, England
Surrounded by beautiful countryside, Ryhall is a charming village on the eastern side of Rutland and is in an ideal location for a country cottage holiday, just 10 miles from the nature reserve at Rutland Water and only 8.5 miles from the beautiful town of Stamford with its many fine stone-buildings.
What Ryhall, Rutland offers for Self-Catering Holidays
There are plenty of self-catering properties dotted around Ryhall which are perfect for renting for a relaxing break in this beautiful part of the UK, where you can soak up village life and explore what this village has to offer visitors.
Choices of accommodation include thatched cottages, rural retreat cottages and English country cottages. Whether you are holidaying with your partner or your family, we hope you have the very best of times.
Ryhall is home to nearly two thousand residents, making it one of the larger villages in this area. It is home to a couple of friendly and cosy pubs and its sizable yet generally small population mean it is possible to see the same faces now and again and make friends with those living in this gorgeous community whilst on a self-catering break. There are several walks and cycling paths in and around Ryhall, so if you love getting back into nature on a cottage holiday then this is a fantastic place to do so. Rutland Water is also not too far away and visitors can walk the 25 mile perimeter of the lake, or stop off and have a tasty picnic with loved ones instead and enjoy the view. Another pretty place to visit nearby is the Clipsham Yew Tree Avenue which, as the name suggests, is a gorgeous avenue on the edge of the woods that is lined with clipped yew trees, wonderful to walk down.
Fans of golf will love the fantastic Greetham Valley Golf Club, just a short drive from Ryhall, and if you are holidaying in the village with children then you may wish to visit the Pots of Fun Ceramic Café, just two miles away in Stamford, which is a brilliant studio and café combined together where you can create wonderful ceramics whilst having a drink and a snack.
The parish church of Ryhall is St John the Evangelist which dates back to the early 13th century and has an interesting exterior of carved figures. Visiting this beautiful and historical church is a must when staying in Ryhall. For more fine stone buildings, gift shops, coffee shops and a lovely park, take some time out in nearby Stamford on your cottage holiday.
Ryhall may be relatively small but it is home to a friendly group of people who welcome visitors. It has its own sense of charm and character about it and it could be a great choice for a special cottage break away in this serene part of Rutland.
Book a Ryhall cottage and look forward to discovering some of the best of Rutland on holiday.