Book a cottage break in Staffordshire for two people2 rental properties match your search for One bedroom holiday cottage that sleeps two in Staffordshire
Escaping to a charming part of central England with a friend or a family member is a lovely way to spend a holiday, especially if you have trips planned to tourist attractions such as Alton Towers or the Snow Dome near Fazely . You can enjoy each other’s company in a cosy setting, and there are many one bedroom holiday cottages in Staffordshire that are just great for a break like this. In your accommodation, you could choose one with a modern kitchen featuring appliances such as a coffee machine, so you can wake up and start your day with a delicious coffee or hot chocolate. Or you might opt for one with a dishwasher so that you needn’t worry about doing chores whilst away. Some also welcome dogs so you can bring your canine companion along too. Whatever kind of property you go for, Staffordshire is a fantastic place to explore on your self-catering holiday.
Explore Staffordshire with a friend
Set within the West Midlands, Staffordshire is home to the cathedral city of Lichfield, the county town of Stafford and the market towns of Newcastle-under-Lyme, Tamworth and Leek. Lovers of nature won’t be disappointed on a trip to this county as the Cannock Chase Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with its soaring trees can be found here, as are parts of the Peak District and National Forest. You could spend your days going on long country walks or cycles, stopping off at a welcoming pub for a drink or a hearty meal for lunch, before retreating to the comfort of your accommodation in the evenings.
A cottage to return to makes for a perfect holiday in Staffordshire
Renting a cottage in Staffordshire is a wonderful way to see this delightful county with someone dear to you. Whatever the reason for your visit, having your own quaint cottage to come home to will soon make you feel like a local instead of a tourist, and if you love a spot of home cooking, even if it is only a tradtional English breakfast, then there is no better holiday to embark on.