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Discover the culture and nature of rural Rutland
At just 27km by 30km, Rutland is the fourth smallest county in the UK; but there are still plenty of visitor attractions for holidaymakers looking for some peace and quiet in the beautiful English countryside. Typical accommodations include traditional country houses and modern flats.
Rutland heritage in the County Town
The small town of Oakham is the County Town of Rutland - though you are more likely to find a thatched cottage than a traffic jam here.
The Rutland County Museum tells visitors all about the fascinating history of this unique location, as well as featuring exhibits on how the authorities dealt with crime and punishment in the past.
Just outside the town is Oakham Castle, a restored 12th c. Norman castle and fort which is used as a courthouse today.
Head for the water with your kids
Children of all ages, and their parents will enjoy the chance to get away from it all at Rutland Water, a large lake surrounded by open countryside.
If you have plenty of energy, take on the 30km or 20km circular walks around the lake or try your hand at canoeing or windsurfing.
If you prefer a more leisurely pace, you can always take a cruise on the Rutland Belle pleasure boat during the summer months.
Rutland towns and villages
The Georgian town of Stamford is so atmospheric, that it has featured in a number of historical TV programmes and films.
Burghley House, a few kilometres outside the town, is an Elizabethan manor which is as famous for its opulent decoration and ornate gardens as it is for the international horse trials event which takes place in its grounds every summer.
Finally, the village of Uppingham holds a popular weekly market every Friday, with local farmers and merchants selling their wares.
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