Special offers on unique city breaks
City breaks are a great opportunity to explore somewhere new in the UK and the National Trust has some unique properties to come back to and relax after a long days sightseeing and shopping.
Experience the city of York, a popular city break location which has retained so much of its medieval structure. Choose the medieval apartment Goodramgate, which sleeps five people and is an ideal base to explore the city on foot.
A stay at 40/42 Michaelgate a charming Grade II listed cottage that sleeps four people offers visitors the chance to explore the delights of Lincoln including its stunning gothic cathedral, winding cobbled streets with some of the oldest surviving medieval architecture in the country and of course a vibrant shopping and cultural quarter. 40/42 Michaelgate is within easy walking distance of Lincoln Castle and the cathedral and even has a sheltered garden to relax in at the end of the day and rest weary feet.
Or for something completely different a city break in Birmingham can be made very unique with a stay at 52 or 54 Inge Street. Located in the heart of the city next to the Birmingham Hippodrome are two of eleven small houses that make up Birmingham’s last surviving courtyard of Back to Back houses. Both houses sleep two people and provide the perfect place to stay to enjoy events at the NEC and convention centre or catch a show at the Hippodrome.
All these cottages are within walking distance of the railway stations so you can leave the car at home and explore these historic and fascinating cities on foot.
With 15% discount on all the above listed National Trust holiday cottages between 8th June and 31st August 2012 now’s a great time to book your UK city break in York, Lincoln or Birmingham.