Everything is within easy reach when you stay at this gorgeous Grade-II listed apartment on Lymington's Georgian High Street. The historic quay, pubs, shops, supermarkets and restaurants are all a short stroll from the door. There are excellent public transport links for visitors without a car, making it easy to explore not only the New Forest but also the Isle of Wight. Spend a day at the seaside, hire a bike and ride through ancient forests, or simply sit in the window seat and watch the world go by. The first-floor apartment sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms and is ideal for couples, small families and friends.
A lovely holiday apartment for one or two people on the upper floor of the lovely Embleton Spa Hotel, Ennerdale Apartment is perfect for those in the area for a holiday or business, with far-reaching fell views from the living room and the bedroom. The kitchen is well-equipped for self-catering, though being part of the hotel means that the relaxed bar and restaurant is only downstairs. A full Cumbrian breakfast is included, setting you up for a day of exploration and fun.
Sitting on Hoburne site in the desirable Cotswold Water Park, Waterside Lodge is a two bedroom self-catering static caravan located just ten minutes from Cirencester. It is perfect for guests who want to enjoy the park's amenities including a sports bar, restaurant, indoor swimming pool and crazy golf, as well as those who want to venture further afield to explore the picturesque local villages and the Cotswold Wildlife Park. Watersports fans can go sailing, windsurfing, paddle-boarding and canoeing whilst there are also fantastic mountain bike trails and walking tracks to be explored.
Escape to the peace of the Dorset countryside in this honey hamstone cottage in the quiet village of Loders. There is a friendly pub 200 metres from the door, and shops, pubs and other amenities two miles away in Bridport. West Bay and the Jurassic Coast are a 10-minute drive or a leisurely cycle, and there are lovely walks and bike rides from the door. Day trips can include fossil hunting in Charmouth, shopping in Lyme Regis and walking along the coastal footpath. Chesters, 34 Loders sleeps up to five guests in three lovely bedrooms and is ideal for couples, friends, or families with children over the age of 12. Dog-friendly.
This lovely townhouse is close to the centre of Bovey Tracey on a quiet road with no through traffic. Guests can enjoy peace and privacy yet remain within walking distance of the town's market, shops, cafes and pubs. It is on the edge of Dartmoor National Park with miles of easily accessible footpaths and cycling routes. You can be on the open moors within minutes or, if you drive half an hour to the coast, sunning yourself on the beautiful English Riviera. The house can sleep up to eight people in three bedrooms and is perfect for families and friends.
Stay minutes from the sand and within walking distance of Cromer's famous pier in this family holiday home. Cliff Hollow sleeps six people in four bedrooms and is ideal for families. It is on the eastern fringes of Cromer, between the beach and woodland, and convenient for shops, restaurants, pubs and other amenities. Cromer is a wonderful family-friendly seaside resort with lots to offer visitors all year round. It's within easy reach of Norwich and Wroxham, so you can easily enjoy a day of shopping and sightseeing or sailing along the beautiful Norfolk Broads. Local attractions include Amazona Zoo, Sandringham, and Felbrigg Hall.
Stay in this characterful stone cottage in the old part of Seahouses, just a short walk from pubs, cafes, shops and the Northumberland Coastal Footpath. St. Cuthbert's Cottage has views of the harbour from where visitors can take a boat trip to the Farne Islands to see the colonies of seals, puffins and other seabirds. Bamburgh Castle is four miles away, while places like Alnwick Castle, Floors Castle, Howick, Craster and Embleton are also close by for a day out. The one-bedroom holiday cottage is dog friendly and a favourite with couples and solo travellers all year round.
Loads of space, a private courtyard and a location just two minutes from a blue flag beach - it's no wonder families and friends love Dormie House! The self-catering holiday home in Sheringham sleeps eight people in four stylish bedrooms and boasts chic interiors and sea views from the top floor. You're a mere stroll from cafes, bars, boutiques and galleries, and little more than a stone's throw from Sheringham promenade, coastal footpath, and beach. Dormie House is a perfect choice for a Norfolk holiday by the sea, whether you're stopping by with your bucket and spade or coming to attend one of the town's fantastic annual festivals.
Daisy Cottage is as pretty as its name and a charming Grade II listed stone holiday cottage sitting in the picturesque Peak District village of Carsington with local pub and excellent walking, cycling and water sports on Carsington Water. Perfect for couples wanting to escape the pressures of every day life and outdoor enthusiasts. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Seahouses is a friendly fishing village on the spectacular Northumberland coast. Close to the harbour and within walking distance of the Black Swan Inn, this lovely dog-friendly holiday cottage has room for up to four people to sleep in two very comfortable bedrooms. Accommodation is mostly on the one level so you can tire yourself out on fantastic coast and countryside walks and not have to worry about climbing the stairs to bed. The location is excellent for exploring the region with local attractions including Bamburgh Castle, Alnwick Castle and the Farne Islands.
Karrek Lodge is a fantastic chalet-style cottage in a quiet holiday park near the West Cornwall coast. The family-friendly property sleeps up to six guests in three well-appointed bedrooms. Guests have use of onsite facilities that include an indoor swimming pool, tennis and squash courts, an adventure playground, and bar and restaurant. The lodge is a mile from the village of Hayle and only ten minutes from Hayle Towans, Porthkidney, Godrevy and other beautiful beaches. Penzance, St Ives, the Eden Project, Flambards, Lands End and St Michael's Mount are just some of the many fantastic attractions within easy reach of the lodge.
A collection of unique luxury holiday lodges with panoramic views over the lake, situated just two miles from the Yorkshire market town of Richmond. An ideal place for the discerning traveller whether you are looking for a family holiday, a catch-up with friends or a romantic break away amongst beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. Sitting on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, there are a multitude of attractions within easy reach and lots of opportunities for walkers.
Five stylish luxury apartments in an enviable position with views over the River Swale in the ancient Yorkshire market town of Richmond. Sitting on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, guests have everything on the doorstep (including places for a meal out) and an abundance of attractions and fabulous walks.
In a quiet Suffolk village near to the popular seaside town of Aldeburgh, this comfortable self-catering holiday cottage provides the ideal place for a romantic break away or a family holiday enjoying the many attractions of the Suffolk Coast and Heaths AONB.
A rural holiday retreat with sensational views and no passing traffic, only 10 minutes from the Herefordshire village of Kington with it's shops, cafes and pubs. This 16th Century cottage sits halfway up Bradnor Hill and has fantastic walks and bike rides from the door. Hereford, Ludlow, Leominster, and Hay-on-Wye are all within easy reach, as are Offa's Dyke, the Brecon Beacons, Wye Valley, Shropshire Hills, and the Malvern Hills. It's a gorgeous place to escape for a romantic break, an adventure weekend with friends or a fun family holiday. The cottage sleeps up to four people in two double bedrooms with a beautiful garden.
This charming Snowdonia holiday cottage is on the outskirts of Dyffryn Ardudwy, with beautiful views of Tremadog Bay and the Rhinogydd mountains. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is ideal for couples, families or friends. The owners have carefully restored and furnished the cottage to suit modern lifestyles without losing the period charm that makes it so wonderful. Harlech and Barmouth are both around 10 minutes from the cottage and convenient for shopping and dining out. There are lovely walks and cycling routes accessible from the door, making it easy to explore and enjoy the scenery that makes the Snowdonia National Park a year-round favourite holiday destination.
Nimbus House is ideal for couples, families or friends seeking a Peak District holiday cottage with charm. The 18th-Century property is in Whaley Bridge, within walking distance of shops, tea rooms and pubs. You won't be surprised to learn the owner has an antique shop a few doors down, as the stylish choice of furnishings match the cottage's character perfectly. Nimbus House is only half a mile from the Toddbrook Reservoir and a mile from the Peak District National Park. Chatsworth House, Buxton and Bakewell are all within easy reach, as are spectacular walks and cycling routes through breathtaking scenery. The cottage sleeps five people in two ensuite bedrooms and is available for bookings in all seasons.
Chapel Cottage is a gorgeous holiday home in Pewsey. Dating back some 250 years with a thatched roof, oak beams, and space for six people to sleep in three bedrooms, it's ideal for families and couples. The location is central to some of Wiltshire's favourite sights and attractions. From here, you can see the chalk horses, tour the Kennet and Avon Canal, visit Stonehenge and Longleat, and even take the train into Bath or London for some shopping and sightseeing. Excellent footpaths and cycling routes are accessible from the door.
A delightful waterside retreat on the Shropshire Union Canal in the grounds of a popular tavern which serves good food and cask ale. Just twenty miles from Shrewsbury, Ironbridge and The Potteries, The Boathouse is a great self-catering cottage for a family holiday or romantic waterside break.
With breathtaking panoramic views, this beautifully restored 18th century farmhouse perches on the hill above the vibrant market town of Hebden Bridge overlooking the National Trust estate of Hardcastle Crags near Haworth and the Yorkshire Dales. A walker’s paradise with dramatic gorges, tumbling waterfalls and rolling heather moors.