Treat yourself to a fantastic holiday at The Hideaway. The modern holiday home built in a traditional style is the perfect place for a self-catering holiday with family, extended family and friends. It's on the edge of Netherton village close to the Northumberland National Park, a quarter of a mile from The Star Inn pub and close to Alnwick Castle, Hadrian's Wall, Alnmouth, Holy Island and the Northumberland Heritage Coast. Dogs and children are welcome. Holiday bookings are available all year round, with short breaks possible depending on availability.
Beautifully located, this traditional holiday cottage enjoys a prime position overlooking Mevagissey's picturesque harbour in South Cornwall. Pubs, restaurants and shops on the doorstep, beautiful beaches and coastal walks locally and an abundance of attractions for day trips out. Take the ferry to Fowey, lace up your walking boots and explore the coastal path, hire a boat and explore the surrounding waters or just relax by the sea.
With a front lawn across the road that rolls down to the pebbly beach and an enclosed rear garden that backs onto a park, this holiday cottage is a delight inside and out. Puffin Cottage is an idyllic place for a holiday. The welcoming home-away-from-home is in Johnshaven, perfect for walking the coast between Aberdeen and Dundee and within easy reach of the Whisky Trail, Heritage Trail, and Castle Trail. It's a wonderful spot for couples or families, including those with dogs, with the cottage sleeping five people in two bedrooms and having an open fireplace in the living room.
Take a trip to the beautiful Peak District and stay at this fantastic self-catering holiday cottage. Wynfield is a beautifully furnished bungalow sleeping six people in three bedrooms with a conservatory and an enclosed garden. It's only a few minutes on foot from the centre of Bakewell, the River Wye and its centuries-old packhorse bridge, cafes, restaurants, pubs and a busy Monday market. Chatsworth House, Buxton and Matlock are all within easy reach, and there are excellent opportunities for walking, cycling and horseriding, including along the famous Monsal Trail. Bookings are available all year round.
Enjoy a Highland fling at The Coach House. This pretty stone holiday cottage can accommodate up to four people in two bedrooms and is perfect for couples, families or friends who want to immerse themselves in the stunning Scottish Highlands. It is part of the Gruinards Estate and close to the River Carron and the village of Ardgay. Fishing, tennis, hill walking, mountain biking and golf are some of the more popular activities guests can enjoy locally, with Dornoch, Inverness and Loch Ness being under an hour by car for days out, shopping and sightseeing.
You'll fall in love with Felindre Mill at first sight. This former grain mill has been transformed into a stylish holiday home sleeping eight people in four luxurious ensuite bedrooms, with seven acres of grounds that include meadows, a stream and an outdoor hot tub. The setting is idyllic, yet you are just a mile from the Pen y Bont Inn in Llanfynydd and within easy reach of Llandeilo and Carmarthen. The Brecon Beacons National Park, Brechfa Forest, and the Gower, Pembrokeshire and Carmarthen Bay beaches are less than an hour away. Felindre Mill is ideal for big families, extended families, and friends.
Glan Y Mor is in a highly desirable waterfront location in the pretty harbour town of Aberdovey. With Cardigan Bay on one side and Snowdonia National Park on the other, there's no way you'll run out of ways to have fun. Swimming, sailing, kiteboarding and paddle boarding are easily accessible, and you can fish from the garden wall. Cader Idris and the Dolgoch Falls are nearby, while Machynlleth is only ten miles up the River Dyfi. The spacious Victorian property sleeps up to ten people in four bedrooms and is dog-friendly with off-street parking.
Pretty as a picture, this lovely self catering cottage used to be part of the old village forge and today provides romantic holiday accommodation in the tranquil rural village of Wootton Courtenay. A walkers paradise with direct access onto Exmoor's stunning National Park.
Located within the beautiful Scottish Borders region and just seven miles south of Hawick, this is an ideal holiday location for anyone looking for a relaxing getaway, wanting to explore the area or enjoy outdoor activities. Nestling amongst glorious Scottish countryside, Shankend sits within 100 acres which include a lake for fishing and kayaking.
Settle back in style in this fantastic seaside Victorian mews house in Aldwick. Mews Cottage is on a private gated estate, metres from Bognor Regis promenade and beach, with space for six people to sleep in three bedrooms. It's perfect for a family holiday in any season as there is so much to see and do. Go windsurfing, SUPing and sailing, visit Goodwood and Arundel Castle. Shop in Chichester and Brighton, and sightsee in Portsmouth historic dockyard. The South Downs National Park is only a few miles away, and there are miles of spectacular coastline to explore.
This seafront holiday apartment is everything you could wish for. Set above the cliff in the National Trust village of Morthoe, 2 Gull Rock sleeps four people in two bedrooms with incredible views over Woolacombe Bay from the sun deck, living area and bedrooms. It's a wonderful holiday home for a self-catering stay in any season, whether escaping with your other half for a romantic and relaxing break or packing the kids into the car with buckets and spades for a summer beach break. Three beaches, a pub, a restaurant, and the South West Coast Path are all within a few minutes walk, and there's parking for one car.
Seagull Cottage is all about the location. Sitting on Pagham's tranquil RSPB Nature Reserve, overlooking its harbour and lagoon, this delightful holiday home is just perfect for families and also couples (one or two), especially those who appreciate tranquillity, bird watching and being close to the sea. The beach is a short stroll away and guests have a family size hot tub in the garden for sitting back and soaking up the magical atmosphere. A quiet piece of coastline in West Sussex (and one of the sunniest in the country!) with plenty of attractions close by for day trips out including Chichester Harbour.
Relax by the lake in this spacious self-catering caravan on the popular Holburn site of the Cotswold Water Park. Water's Edge sleeps up to seven people in three bedrooms, with guests having access to excellent amenities that include indoor and outdoor swimming pools, an adventure playground and a clubhouse with a sports bar, brasserie and cafe. The pretty village of South Cerney is just five minutes away, while Cirencester, Bibury and Bourton-on-the-Water are within a 15-30 minute drive. With short breaks available, Water's Edge is ideal for a fun, family getaway or holiday at any time of the year.
Little Hanger is a comfy first floor holiday apartment in a coastal position within Exmoor's spectacular National Park. Affording beautiful views over Porlock Bay, this is a peaceful haven to relax and unwind with the only sounds of birds and waves breaking on the beach below to disturb the tranquility.
Families love this spacious holiday home in Croyde. It's hugely convenient and extremely comfortable, just five minutes from the village centre and less than a mile from the sand. There is space for eight people to sleep in four bedrooms (maximum of six adults) with children and well-behaved dogs welcome. It's a fantastic choice for your next self-catering holiday in Devon as it's so handy for the beach, bars, cafes, shops and attractions. Holiday bookings are available all year round, with short breaks (minimum of four nights) possible outside of peak season.
Get away from it all on this welcoming waterfront holiday cottage on the Isle of Skye. Sandpiper is a modern interpretation of a traditional Hebridean cottage facing Broadford Bay with breathtaking views over the water to the Red Cuillins. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, sleeping four people in comfort. The detached cottage is surrounded by a big garden, with views over the water to the front and views over a croft to the rear. It's close to Broadford and only 15 minutes from the Skye Bridge, putting you within easy reach of everything you'll need for a stress-free self-catering holiday.
Splashpoint is a period seaside holiday cottage in Sheringham. A mere 20 yards from the sea with no passing traffic to disturb the gentle noise of the waves, it's perfect in all seasons for couples and families, including those with dogs. There is space for four people to sleep in two bedrooms, the self-catering facilities are excellent, and there are lots of little touches that make it feel relaxed and welcoming. Guests rave about the location and the views. It's easy to explore the North Norfolk coast from here, but equally possible to stay within walking distance and still have a fantastic time.
For many, a holiday on the Isle of Skye is a once in a lifetime opportunity. For others, it's a regular joy. Whether you're a first time visitor or you know the island well, you'll find all the comforts of home in Otterburn Cottage in Lower Breakish. The modern detached holiday home has beautiful views over Inner Sound, with the shore less than 50 metres from the door. There is space for four people to sleep in two bedrooms with room for a travel cot, making it an excellent choice for families or couples.
A spacious family holiday home ideally situated in the popular fishing village of Porthleven, Cornwall. Just a short stroll from the harbours edge and long sandy beach making this perfect for a self-catering family holiday by the sea.
Enjoy the beautiful Black Mountains and Brecon Beacons National Park from this charming riverside holiday cottage. Forest Mill Cottage is beside the River Monnow in the quiet village of Craswall. It's large enough to sleep six people in two bedrooms, so it is ideal for families but cosy enough to feel comfortable and welcoming for couples as well. Spend your time walking and cycling through spectacular scenery, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, and exploring historic places that include Hay-on-Wye, Hereford, Brecon and Abergavenny. The cottage and grounds are very dog-friendly. Holiday bookings are available all year round, with short breaks possible outside of peak season.