Cottages in Nottinghamshire

This green and open city, with a legendary past, is often overlooked as a tourist hotspot but surrounded by forest and woodlands, this is a perfect place for a short break or a longer stay travelling further afield. This city is not all about the legend of its most famous resident, there is plenty to do and see and some of it is free! Many of the art galleries, such as Nottingham Contemporary, the New Art Exchange and The Harley Gallery have no entrance fee. As do a lot of the heritage sites such as Sherwood Forest, Wollaton Hall, Bennerley Viaduct and Creswell Crags. Outside of these activities, this county is packed with things to see and do, both for indoor and outdoor lovers. From fantastic shopping, eating and drinking outlets to caving, historic homes and castles, to nature reserves and parks. Many attractions are dog friendly so all members of the family can join in on the fun, so search our collection of cottages in Nottinghamshire today.


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Inspiration of things to see and do from our cottages in Nottinghamshire

Immerse yourself in the cultural scene of Nottingham with its theatres, galleries, and music venues; visit the Galleries of Justice Museum for a historical and interactive experience; or explore the charming market towns and countryside villages. With the largest collection of cottages in England we have the perfect home away from home for you.

Here are the top five things to see and do from our cottages in Nottinghamshire:

Sherwood Forest

Explore the legendary Sherwood Forest, home to the famous Major Oak and associated with the legendary outlaw Robin Hood. Enjoy walks, picnics, and learn about the area's history.

Nottingham Castle

Visit Nottingham Castle, an iconic historic site with a rich history. Explore the castle grounds, galleries, and exhibitions, and enjoy panoramic views of the city.

Wollaton Hall and Deer Park

Discover Wollaton Hall, an Elizabethan mansion with beautiful gardens, and enjoy the surrounding deer park, where you can observe herds of fallow deer.

City of Caves

Explore the City of Caves, a network of underground caves and tunnels beneath Nottingham's city centre. Learn about the city's subterranean history and its use over the centuries.

Canal Boat Trips

Enjoy a leisurely canal boat trip along the Nottingham and Beeston Canal, offering a unique perspective of the city and its waterways.

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