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If renting a quaint cottage in a lovely part of England such as Hertfordshire sounds relaxing to you, then you might want to think about renting a one bedroom holiday cottage. Self-catering breaks are perfect for if you prefer your independence when on holiday, and your one bedroom accommodation will sleep two people so that you can bring a friend along too if you like. For a spot of indulgence, you could rent a property with a swimming pool. It might come equipped with bath robes, fluffy towels and slippers too, so you just need to bring swimwear along. Some will also come with a hairdryer to get your tresses back in tip top condition after a swim! Whatever cottage you desire, you will be able to find it in the county of Hertfordshire.
Where is Hertfordshire?
Hertfordshire is located in the south of England, just north of London, mostly on the outskirts of the M25, and features lots of things to see and do during your holiday. Home to lots of beautiful outdoor spaces such as the Hitchin Lavender Farm and Aldenham Country Park, you can breathe in the fresh air on a visit to Hertfordshire. There are also many attractive towns to visit or reside in such as St Albans with its 11th century cathedral, and one of only two garden cities in the UK, Welwyn Garden City, home to stunning floral displays and soaring trees. Other attractions in the county include Knebworth House and The Making of Harry Potter Studio Tour.
Book a self-catered holiday for two in Hertfordshire
Hertfordshire is a county that is close to the capital and is sometimes referred to as one of the home counties, but often feels like a world away. If you rent a cottage for two in a little Hertfordshire village you can soak up tranquillity as you can enjoy the peace and quiet of the area, rejuvenating in homely surroundings after discovering what Hertfordshire has to give. The villages of Hertfordshire are desirable places to live and many still feature a pub and church overlooking a village green with a duckpond. Foreign visitors would also appreciate the direct train and buses into London which allows for days out in the capital.