If you want to do something different to your usual holiday, then consider booking a holiday with a friend, perhaps for a short break and renting self-catering accommodation in a lovely part of England. Leicestershire is a vibrant county in the Midlands and is a great choice of destination in which to rent a one bedroom holiday cottage for two. You might be visiting on your own or taking a friend with you, but whatever kind of break you’re looking for, you will want your cottage to be perfect for you. Back at home you might not have outdoor space of your own in which to enjoy, so you could opt for accommodation with its own private garden. This garden might feature decking and outdoor furniture, so you can bask in the sun when it gets hot. Or you might want to rent somewhere with a Jacuzzi in the bathroom for a bit of indulgence.
Market town self-catered breaks are always interesting
Leicestershire is a landlocked county with lovely places to reside in on a cottage break. The market town of Market Harborough in the south of the county is a charming place to visit, or you might opt to stay near to Melton Mowbray, a settlement famous for its culinary delights set on the River Eye. There are also several historical places that are fantastic to visit such as Belgrave Hall and Gardens near to the city of Leicester, or the Grade I listed country house of Stapleford Park. There are numerous places to visit and it should also be mentioned that Leicestershire is on the best places in England for a cycling holiday because of its extensive cycle network and flat landscape.
Visit Leicestershire to meet up with a friend on holiday
Cottage holidays are a brilliant way to truly kick back and relax at your own pace, but at the same time explore somewhere new. You might be visiting with a close friend to enjoy their company, or you might be on a getaway alone for a solo trip where you can do whatever you please. Leicestershire could be an excellent place to choose for a self-catering holiday depending on where you and your friend are travelling from in England. It is always interesting to visit a place that is completely unknown to you, with new things to see and discover. All of the holiday cottages advertised are comfortable and of a very good standard - you will soon settle in and feel right at home.
Are there twin beds or a king-size bed?
Check whether twin beds are available if booking accommodation to share with a friend you do not wish to sleep with, or opt for a slightly bigger two bedroom holiday accommodation.