Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Nottinghamshire, GB that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including kitchens and swimming pools. Prices start at $106 per night, and cottages and houses are popular options for a stay in Nottinghamshire. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Nottinghamshire – the heart of England

If Yorkshire is England's head, Nottinghamshire is its heart. This historic region is a great dash of land right in the middle of the country and comes laden with forests and towns that are sure to enchant and enthrall. Tales of the great outlaw, Robin Hood, lurk between the old-growth oaks of Sherwood Forest – the kids will love his daring feats. There are crooked inns and alehouses – claiming to be the oldest in England – in bustling Nottingham center, plus shopping malls and grand castles. All the while, Nottinghamshire vacation rentals channel cozy cottage vibes or offer modern pads in the city.

Things to do

Nottinghamshire is the land of Robin Hood

Stories of England's iconic outlaw, Robin Hood, have their home in Nottinghamshire. A pad near Sherwood Forest Country Park is a fine option if you're eager to unravel his heroic tale. The kids can fire bows and arrows in the archery centers to feel like they're a part of the merry band, while older folk are bound to love the beautiful walking paths through oak forests. You can trace more of the hero's history at the Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery, which also has oodles of fine art and regular traveling exhibits.

Activities

Country and city in Nottinghamshire vacation rentals

Nottinghamshire is a whirlwind of English history and countryside. You could start by delving into the cave systems that carve through the heart of Nottingham city – it's said that no city has more urban tunnels than this. Walking boots and waterproofs should be packed if you're booking Nottinghamshire vacation rentals in the country, what with the bucolic copses and fields of Bramcote Woods or Sherwood Forest beckoning. And there are miles of cycling paths and horse riding trails that can take you out and about between primeval oak groves and pretty hills.

Weather

Waiting for warmth in Nottinghamshire

The summer is the best time to explore Nottinghamshire's beautiful backcountry with the sun shining. You'll be able to hop between hearty country pubs and hike the wooded trails of Sherwood with the least chance of rain in months like June, July and August. The forests also look beautiful in fall, when the autumn colors descend, in September and October. Winters can be cold in these parts, with occasional snows, plenty of rain and temperatures in the 50s – bring a coat if you're traveling between November and March.

Natural features

Nottinghamshire is a county of woods

Although Nottinghamshire has no major national parks, it's still famed as one of England's greenest counties. The most famous reserve of all is surely Sherwood Forest. It's a royal forest, covered with old-growth pockets of oak trees and beeches that once hid Robin Hood himself – seek out the Major Oak to see the hero's supposed hideaway. Closer to the city of Nottingham is the Attenborough Nature Reserve. It fringes the River Trent, with its wetlands and rare birding habitats, offering boardwalk trails and duck ponds.

How many vacation rentals are available around Nottinghamshire, GB?

Our 2020 property listings offer a large selection of 553 vacation rentals around Nottinghamshire. From 259 cottage rentals to 140 house rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.

Can I rent a rural property in Nottinghamshire?

Nothing comes close to a rural escape. Think long walks in nature, cozy local boutiques the chirping of crickets by night. We're ready. Are you? Vrbo has 120 countryside vacation properties in this destination. Of course, that might not be for everyone. Fortunately, Vrbo has tons more options, including:

  • 83 village vacation rentals.
  • 42 town vacation rentals.
  • 27 lakeside vacation rentals.

Can I rent a house in Nottinghamshire?

Our house vacation rentals are real accommodations for real travelers. Offering loads of space and privacy, they're perfect if you want to live like a local. There are 215 options currently available on Vrbo. Prices start from $25 a night. Or maybe you'd prefer one of the area's other property options, such as:

  • Apartment: 189 vacation homes. Prices start from $50 per night.
  • Cottage: 153 vacation homes. Prices start from $72 per night.
  • Hotel: 133 vacation homes. Prices start from $39 per night.

Can I stay in Nottinghamshire in a large group?

Nothing comes close to getting together with old work colleagues or spending a few weeks with extended family in a terrific new destination. And what's best, Vrbo has options to suit. House vacation homes are the favorite choice for large groups of visitors, with 48 available here. In and around the area, the rental properties that can accommodate large groups include:

  • If yours is a group of 6, we have 236 vacation homes suitable for that size. Spend a night for as little as $72.
  • Keen to find a vacation rental for 5 guests? We have 88 that will suit. Prices begin at just $103 a night.
  • Trying to find places for rent to suit 8 guests? You'll be pleased to find out we have 64 that'll be ideal. You can secure one for as little as $112 a night.

You and your posse will be well catered to when you book your Nottinghamshire getaway with us!

Where are the cheapest rentals in Nottinghamshire?

Ditch those samey chain-hotel rooms! Appreciate the flexibility of living like a local in a value-for-money rental instead. Have a look at the diverse options that can be booked now on Vrbo. Bassetlaw District is a fantastic area to have a look at if you want to keep an eye on your budget. Vrbo has 185 rentals, and the average price is an agreeable $94 per night. Another 156 Vrbo rentals are on offer in or around Retford. With an average price of $100 a night, you're sure to get a deal worth bragging about.