• Hambleton Hall, Rutland
    4.75

    For unbeatable views, stunning country walks and gourmet food, head to luxurious, dog-friendly Hambleton Hall in Rutland – a former hunting lodge out on the island in the middle of Rutland Water.

    £342
    Price per night from
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Tom Cottage, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Middle St, England
    4.00
    This delightful, Grade II listed, thatched stone cottage is tucked away on a quiet lane with a superb country pub just a short walk away. One of a pair, the accommodation is like a home from home, combining a contemporary home with traditional features and beamed ceilings. A separate snug allows you space to simply sit by yourself, relax and unwind with a good book. Rutland Water (with world class fly fishing), Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford (home of the International Burghley Horse Trials) are all a short drive, with great walks and cycle routes from the front door.

    A sheltered stone terraced area to the rear offers a lovely spot for al fresco dining with a large lawn to one side with 6 seater rattan garden furniture and parasol. Tom Cottage even boasts a roll-top bath in the bedroom to have a relaxing soak in as well as an en-suite shower room. Two further bedrooms mean the property can be enjoyed by up to six guests and is ideal for those wanting to experience the country lifestyle in a traditional thatched cottage. Easily accessible just 15 minutes’ drive from the A1, yet tucked away in the countryside village of Wing (which boasts a highly recommended pub/restaurant) means it is a great cottage to just relax in or even use as a base to explore the area from. Wing Hall is a few minutes walk away, where there is a well stocked farm shop that sells local produce, as well as beer, wine and everything guests might need for a barbecue. There is also a café and bikes are available to hire. Shop 3 miles, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
    £144
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Church View, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Oakham, England
    5.00
    Single-storey, log-cabin resting near the Rutland Water Nature Reserve, on the fringes of Greetham village. Hot tub. Off-road parking. Pet-friendly.
    £69
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • The Stables, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Set in the beautiful county of Rutland, between the market towns of Oakham and Melton Mowbray, is this fabulous rural holiday home with enviable views of fields and rolling countryside. From every window you’ll be spoilt by the undisturbed views that you can admire for hours on end. The patio enclosed garden gives you nearly 360-degree admiration of the stunning county of Rutland. Inside, the open plan kitchen, living and dining room provides spacious living for a couple with the bedroom on the first floor taking the whole footprint of the property with a convenient en-suite shower room attached.
    Walks and cycling paths are in abundance in this area with the convenience of two lovely market towns for all your local amenities just a few miles away. This is certainly an escape to the country destination! Oakham, 4 miles, is packed full of heritage and enjoys an array of local facilities including high street and independent shops, cafés, tearoom and restaurants. The local train station is just over 3½ mile and links to Birmingham New Street via Melton Mowbray and Leicester and Stansted Airport or Cambridge via Peterborough. There are also trains to London St Pancras from Oakham. Oakham also boasts a small castle and museum along with markets. Melton Mowbray (also around 4 miles) is famous for the home of the pork pie is also full of shops, pubs and restaurants. Also with easy driving distance are more local market towns including Uppingham and Stamford with more independent shops and eateries.
    Rutland Water with its 4200 acres of open countryside and nature reserves where you can enjoy stunning walks, bird watching at the local nature reserve, fishing, rock climbing, high ropes, golf, crazy golf, boat trips, water sports including windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, Aqua Park, kayaking and stand-up paddle boarding during the summer is approximately 8 miles away. There are plenty of places to visit including Burghley House, with its annual horse trials, 18 miles, Boughton House, Barnsdale Gardens, Sacrewell Farm and Rockingham Castle all within easy reach.
    £82
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Dicks Cottage, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Set in the heart of Rutland, in the pretty village of Cottesmore, this detached Grade II listed, thatched property is the ideal getaway for families and friends to get together. The cottage has a lovely outlook to the village church and a short stumbling distance to the local pub. Rutland Water is only 5 miles away, and is a great day out for everyone; for the adrenaline seekers, have a go at sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, golf, mini golf and rock climbing. Or for the more sedate, there are many walks, great places for fishing, or spotting the local birds from the bird watching centre.
    The market towns of Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford are close by and they all have a range of shops, pubs, tea rooms and restaurants. There is so much more to discover with lots of castles and stately homes in the area, including Burghley House, which is famous for its international horse trials, 14 miles away. Belton House, 19 miles; Belvoir Castle, 23 miles; Rockingham Castle, 16 miles; Grimsthorpe Castle, 17 miles and Elton Hall 21 miles away. A little further afield is Althorpe House, Princess Diana’s resting place, as well as Boughton House and Cottesbrooke Hall. Shop 70 yards, pub 200 yards and restaurant 2 miles.
    £132
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Fairchild's Barn, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Fairchilds Holiday Lets consists of Fairchild’s Barn and Big Drift Barn, two stunning semi-detached barns conversions situated on the edge of the beautiful county of Rutland, England’s smallest county. Set over two floors, each house enjoys views over the pretty countryside, with bi-fold doors opening onto the properties’ own private gardens with seating to enjoy al fresco dining during the warmer months or a couple of drinks after a day out and about, and a private hot tub. The open plan living space makes these properties perfect for social gatherings and celebrations with friends and family, and both houses feature a focal wood burner making the rooms warm and cosy. Having bedrooms with bathroom facilities on the ground floor, these properties cater for less mobile guests. You can enjoy the private hot tub with stunning views of the rolling hills of Rutland. The houses are situated on the owners’ crop farm. The grounds back onto the owners’ woodland where you can enjoy a campfire, or even camp overnight, if you want a different experience during your stay (on request with the owners).
    The village of Caldecott is approximately ¼ mile away and borders Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and the Eyebrook Reservoir, where you can enjoy fishing (rod licence required). There is an abundance of pretty villages close by, many of them with local pubs serving great food. Rockingham village is 1½ miles away, where you can visit Rockingham Castle which has over 800 years of history. The castle holds many events throughout the year including Christmas fairs and an open air cinema. Kirby Hall is also close by which is a National Trust site and is an Elizabethan mansion with peacocks in the extensive gardens. Two miles away is the village of Lyddington which has an ancient Bede House, one of the former palaces of the Bishop of Lincoln. Rutland is perfect for walking, cycling and other outdoor pursuits due to the many footpaths, bridle ways and beautiful countryside. Rutland Water, 8 miles away, offers many different water sport activities, as well as horse riding, golf, nature reserves and footpaths. There are other local historic homes worth visiting during your stay including Lyveden, Kirby House, Coton Manor Garden and Burghley House, where the annual horse trials are held in September. The market towns of Uppingham, 4 miles, and Oakham, 10 miles, offer high streets brimmed with popular and independent shops, a choice of cafés, restaurants, bars, pubs and galleries. Other local towns worth a visit are Stamford, 14 miles, regarded as one of the finest stone towns in England, and Market Harborough, 12 miles. Also close by is Leicester Cathedral with the tomb of Richard III of England, as well as the National Space Centre. Althorp Estate, the Spencer family estate with Princess Diana’s island grave and museum, is also within range, as is Geoff Hamilton’s Barnsdale Gardens. The towns of Corby and Kettering in Northamptonshire are close by, as is the city of Leicester. Shops 1½ miles, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
    Fairchild’s Barn and Big Drift Barn can be booked together to accommodate up to 16 guests.
    £470
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Amberleigh, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Oakham, England
    This superb cottage rests in the quiet, rural village of Cottesmore, East Midlands. Woodburning stove. En-suite. Pet-friendly. Oakham 4.1 miles; Melton Mowbray 12.9 miles.
    £97
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Well Cottage, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Set in the heart of Rutland, in the pretty village of Cottesmore, this Grade II listed, thatched, semi-detached property is the ideal romantic getaway for couples or small families and friends. The cottage has a lovely outlook to the village church and with the local pub nearby. Rutland Water is only 5 miles away, and is a great day out for everyone. For the adrenaline seekers, have a go at sailing, canoeing, windsurfing, golf, mini golf and rock climbing, or for the more sedate, there are many walks, great places for fishing, or spotting the local birds from the bird watching centre.
    The market towns of Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford are close by and they all have a range of shops, pubs, tea rooms and restaurants. There is so much more to discover with lots of castles and stately homes in the area, including Burghley House, which is famous for its international horse trials, 14 miles away. Belton House 19 miles, Belvoir Castle 23 miles, Rockingham Castle 16 miles, Grimsthorpe Castle 17 miles and Elton Hall 21 miles all within driving distance. A little further afield is Althorpe House, Princess Diana’s resting place, as well as Boughton House and Cottesbrooke Hall. Shop 70 yards, pub 200 yards and restaurant 2 miles.
    £116
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Carrot Cottage, RutlandInstant Book Overlay Image
    Broccoli Bottom is a collection of four aptly named properties; Parsnip Place (UK32606), Mange-Tout Maison (UK32607), Fennel Folly (UK32608) and Carrot Cottage (UK32609). Set in 7 acres of open countryside close to Rutland Water. In the grounds of the main house, these four properties are perfect for short breaks for couples and families wishing to explore the wonderful area of Rutland, the UK’s smallest county.
    Within a short walk you will find yourself on the Rutland water circular path; the more adventurous may wish to complete the whole 24-mile route on foot, or by bike. You may get distracted though, as you need to pass the village pub to get to the water! There are many activities to take part in and places to visit during your time in Rutland. There is something for everyone, head to the nature reserve to observe the Rutland Osprey Project; hire bikes for a ride in the 4,200 acres of open countryside; enjoy adrenalin fuelled water sports, including sailing, canoeing, paddle boarding and windsurfing; go fishing; play a round of golf, be it 18 hole or crazy golf; or simply relax on the seasonal beach. The historic market towns of Oakham and Uppingham are within 3 miles and enjoy an array of antique shops and galleries, independent shops and eateries to discover. A little further is the historic Georgian town of Stamford 12 miles, with its cobbled streets and individual shops. Other places to visit during your stay at Broccoli Bottom include Burghley House, Belvoir and Rockingham Castles, Rockingham Speedway and Barnsdale Gardens. With so much to see and do, and with such a warm welcome from the owner, you’ll make Broccoli Bottom the No.1 choice for accommodation in this beautiful part of the UK.
    These properties can be booked together to accommodate up to 16 guests.
    £141
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book
  • Instant Book Overlay Image
    Recently renovated for 2022, this brand new barn conversion has been created with guests needs in mind, offering the heritage of a barn conversion with a high quality modern feel, a palette of slate, oak, glass and warm wood. Its light airy bolt hole is perfect for couples, families and friends looking to relax and explore the beautiful area of Rutland. The thoughtful owners have ensured that all abilities would be welcome and have made some discreet adaptations for guests needing accessibility, easier to use. The kitchen has a roll under sink and induction hob with the ease of a slide and hide oven. There is level access from the parking area and throughout the single storey properties. The bathrooms and en-suites are fitted with a roll in shower with split height shower doors for ease of use with grab rails and the sink can also be adjusted in height. The views can be enjoyed from both inside the properties where you can snuggle up in front of the log burner and outside in the seating area in the wild woodland garden. With views over the parkland and cattle grazing as your neighbours this is a stunning rural retreat. Both properties are interconnected through a garden gate for ease of use.
    Close to Uppingham, Oakham & Stamford where you’ll find an array of local facilities, local businesses of shops, cafés, tea rooms and restaurants. Well situated for attractions such as Rutland water with its 4200 acres of open countryside and nature reserves, with stunning walks, bird watching at the local nature reserve, fishing, rock climbing, high ropes, golf, crazy golf, boat trips, water sports including windsurfing, sailing, canoeing, Aqua park, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding during the summer. There are plenty of places to visit including Burghley House with its annual horse trials, 18 miles, Boughton House, Barnsdale Gardens, Sacrewell Farm, Rockingham Castle and Market towns slightly further afield including Oundle, Market Harborough and Melton Mowbray. Pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    These properties, The Tack Room (ref UK36999) and The Old Stables (ref UK37000), can be booked together to accommodate up to 8 guests.
    £149
    From price per night based on 7 night stay
    Price Match Guarantee
    Dogs Stay Free
    Explore & book