Those who are renting Holiday Cottages in Nottinghamshire will be looking for activities for all the family to do on their break. The city of Nottingham is a good place to start. There is a Robin Hood visitor attraction which has plenty to keep the children amused and you will see references to the mythical outlaw everywhere you go.
The Lace Market is another option for those staying in Holiday Cottages in Nottinghamshire. The county is known for its lace and it is the ideal place to pick up a truly locally made souvenir of your visit. Nottingham has good shopping facilities and visitors can easily spend hours on end browsing. When it comes to the evening’s entertainment, there are restaurants and theatres, so no matter what your taste for a night out, there will be something to suit you.
The current Nottingham Castle dates back to the 17th century but there has been a castle on the site for many more centuries than that. There are dungeons, caves and wine cellars which are open to visitors and the annual Robin Hood pageant takes place each year in the castle grounds.
The Museum of Nottingham Life is a good place for those who are staying in Holiday Cottages in Nottinghamshire to learn more about the history of the county and the people who have lived there. It is designed to be a time travel experience so that visitors can see an actual Victorian house, shops and Edwardian establishments.
Nottingham is a centrally located county so that it is easily reached from all the major cities as it has good rail and road links. With acres of countryside to explore, those who prefer not to spend time in the city and enjoy walking, cycling and horse riding will not get bored. These are some of the ways you can spend your time when you choose to enjoy the Holiday Cottages in Nottinghamshire.