Taking a holiday in the British autumn may not be as attractive to travellers as it would have been in summer, though remember that autumn is the last real chance of the year to enjoy a holiday in the rich countryside before the wet winter starts to take its toll. People planning to rent a cottage should consider visits to National Parks, given the range of ochre that natural life brings, while considering a bit of rural and urban exploration.
Holiday cottages are the perfect places to enjoy this because of their rustic charm. While the temperature outside may bottom out, you can always look forward to getting warm in front of an open fireplace when you get back. What’s more, you can really enjoy some of the UK’s best known landmarks at a time when summer tourist blitzes are no longer in full effect.
It’s worth considering some of the other things that go on during these months, too. Guy Fawkes Night, held on the November 5th, makes for an ideal thing to observe for those on holiday. While everywhere will enjoy fireworks and bonfires, people may prefer going to specific events like the one held in the town of Lewes, Sussex, which hosts one of the most spectacular bonfire nights and possibly the UK’s premier fireworks display.
Whatever you do, take it easy – it’s autumn after all, so you deserve to relax in a cottage.