Explore 15 holiday lettings available in Hertfordshire and find a great home for your getaway. By comparing these different offers, HomeToGo features the lowest prices and the highest rated rentals in Hertfordshire.
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Our selection of filters can help you find the perfect rental in Hertfordshire. Most of the holiday lettings in Hertfordshire include internet or TVs, which makes it a great destination if you need internet access during your holidays or you want to tune out with some TV time. You can even compare and find rentals if you want a letting with a fireplace (44 rentals include fireplaces in Hertfordshire) or you want to go fishing (37 rentals with fishing).
The Weather in Hertfordshire
- Rainy days
Here is our climate diagram for Hertfordshire. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 23°. January is the coolest month, with the average minimum temperature falling to 2°. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is March.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Hertfordshire
In Hertfordshire, more than half of the property types in Hertfordshire are hotel rooms, which represent 52.58% of the available options. These types of accommodation have an average size of 23 m² as well as an average price of £114 a night. Furthermore, if you're going in a group of 2, hotel rooms are an excellent property type in Hertfordshire, since they are usually able to welcome 2 guests. Holidaymakers looking for something else will also find many apartment rentals, which are the other most popular accommodation type in Hertfordshire. Our data reveals that the median price of apartment rentals is £146 a night for an area of 83 m².
Have an adventure with holiday homes in Hertfordshire
On the verge of London, Hertfordshire is dense with history and has some of the most exquisite countryside in this part of Britain. Delve into history at one of its many stately homes, the stage for many an exciting festival.
What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of Hertfordshire?
Welcome to the stateliest of homes
Discover 500 years of British history through one of its wealthiest families, the Lyttons, at Knebworth House. Turrets, decorative chimneys and gargoyles adorn its exterior, while the interior is filled with relics from the British Raj and a wealth of artefacts. 11 hectares of gardens sprawl ahead of you, filled with flowers and exciting events throughout the year.
What are the best activities for families in Hertfordshire?
Making childhood memories
Children are spoiled for choice in Hertfordshire. Feed traditional breeds of sheep, pigs, goat, cattle and turkeys, take a tractor ride, or explore majestic Hatfield House itself. Bloody Hollow adventure playground includes a model of the great house which has its own children's book. Wimpole Hall working estate combines a grand mansion and a farm. Explore Britain's Roman occupation at Verulamium Museum through exciting reconstructions. Grab an ice cream or waffle at the nearby park and walk up to St Albans Cathedral and market town. Tring's Natural History Museum is a true Victorian cabinet of curiosities where a Noah's Ark of taxidermy animals fascinate visitors.
Where are the unique attractions in Hertfordshire?
London, one of the most dynamic capital cities in the world, is 20 minutes away by overground train. From Buckingham Palace to West End theatre, it's all here. From steaming aromatic delicacies under the Victorian railway arches at Borough Market to glamorous, high-end shopping in Chelsea and at gleaming department stores Harrods and Fortnum & Mason. From the heights of The Shard to its warren of subterranean train lines. From the fun Soho to the hipster haven of Shoreditch. From secret architectural gems at the Soane Museum to cutting-edge contemporary art at the Tate Modern, this city has it all.
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