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Discover England’s Smallest County 2020

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‘Multum in Parvo’ - Much in Little - is the epitome of Rutland. Perfectly nestled in the East Midlands - and just over an hour away from London - England’s smallest country has so much to offer. This map takes you on a tour of Rutland, with a guide to some of the best activities, accommodations and eateries across the county. 2020 marks the beginning of a new decade, but the timeless charm of Rutland offers visitors a plethora of wonderful sights, great food and warm hospitality throughout the year. For outdoor enthusiasts there are miles and miles of exhilarating tracks and trails to explore and Rutland boasts a rich abundance of wildlife. From tiny birds bobbing to and fro as they forage on the ground to cheeky squirrels scurrying between ancient tree trunks and nervous deer leaping across the path there is always plenty to see on a wilderness walk. For thrill seekers, Rutland Water offer a wide range of water sport activities, including stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing and canoeing. With over 50 villages to explore you’ll enjoy unravelling their unique and fascinating history and most of these are blessed with intriguing churches and inviting pubs. There’s lots of choice when it comes to places to eat and drink. Throughout the year, the pubs and eateries offer an especially appealing welcome, from summery beer gardens adorned in fantastic foliage, to the amber glow from roaring log fires in the colder seasons; always offering wafting aromas tempting even the most resilient of travellers. From honey-hued local ales to crusty home baked pies, smoked meats & cakes, Rutland offers the very finest in local fayre to suit all pockets. It’s for you to discover why we’re known as ‘The County of Good Taste’. The historic market towns of Oakham & Uppingham (famous for their public schools) are a delight for shoppers. In addition to exquisite cafes, restaurants and hotels, both towns offer a range of excellent independent shops, boutiques and antique treasure troves where you can find that perfect something. Be sure to visit the incredible Oakham Castle with its unusual traditions and catch the local markets if you can. Whether you’re coming for a day, a weekend or a little bit longer, Rutland will always give you something special and happy memories to treasure. We hope you enjoy our wonderful county as much as we enjoy having you to stay. Order your Discover Rutland Map today!

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