England

England

Take a self catering holiday cottage in England in one of the major cities and you'll get a broad menu - enough for any culture vulture to enjoy. Whether you want Shakespeare in Stratford or Turner in the Tate this country is second to none when giving opportunities to experience the very best in theatre, music and the arts. 

Bristol

Whether you prefer the buzz of bars, shops, theatres and restaurants or the atmosphere of historic monuments and rolling countryside, a holiday rental near Bristol will not disappoint.

Buckinghamshire

Whether you’re exploring National Trust properties, soaking up the lovely English countryside or following the Roald Dahl Trail, a holiday house in Buckinghamshire is an unforgettable choice for all the family.

Cambridgeshire

Atmospheric university buildings, quaint little lanes accessible only by bicycle, lush countryside stretching around you and activities for all ages – a cottage in Cambridgeshire offers everything you could want from a holiday in the English countryside.

Cornwall

If you want to escape in the British Isles, Cornwall is the place to go. With breathtaking coastal scenery and a huge variety choice for your holiday house in Cornwall, you’ll be able to find the perfect spot to relax and unwind.

County Durham

From the city to the vale, and the dales to the coast, County Durham thoroughly deserves its glowing reputation. If you’re looking for a holiday house in north east England then this could be just the place.

Cumbria

Book a holiday house in Cumbria, England’s north west corner to see the highest mountains and biggest lakes in the country. Take a walk, enjoy the view, soak up the history. It’s all right there in front of you...

Derbyshire

With dozens of spectacular historic buildings, thousands of acres of charming National Park land, thriving market towns and lively city centres, why look any further than a holiday cottage in Derbyshire?

Devon

Take a holiday house in Devon and explore the only county in England to have two separated coastlines. You will find somewhere windy, wild – and completely welcoming...

Dorset

With 140km of coastline, Dorset has some of the best beaches and coastal landscape in the UK. It is also a county with beautiful rural landscapes, lots of sites of interest, and a holiday house in Dorset is a perfect holiday rentals destination.

Essex

Whether you’re looking for history and culture, coastal scenery and water sports, rural village pubs, diverse wildlife or frolics on the beach, a holiday cottage in Essex is the perfect choice.

Gloucestershire

With its rolling hills, diverse wildlife and wealth of history, a holiday house in Gloucestershire will put you in a charming and refreshing setting. Whatever type of English retreat you want you will find fulfillment here.

Hampshire

There just isn’t enough time to cover all the wonderful things Hampshire has to offer! From cycling to wildlife, stately mansions to beaches, a holiday house in Hampshire is the perfect choice for everyone.

Herefordshire

Truly one of England’s green and pleasant lands, a stay in a holiday house in Herefordshire will leave you relaxed and peaceful. This is a county of rolling, green countryside interrupted by villages steeped in history and interest.

Hertfordshire

Miles of undulating open countryside just a stone’s throw from the capital. A holiday house in Hertfordshire will give you fresh air, gorgeous scenery, varied wildlife, fascinating history, delicious food and drink, and plenty more.

Isle of Wight

The Isle of Wight has been popular for seaside holidays since Victorian times, and is now also a well known destination for people wanting outdoor and watersports holidays. So a holiday house on the Isle of Wight will suit the whole family!

Kent

With its award-winning beaches, glorious cathedrals, romantic castles and hundreds of gardens in bloom, look no further for your holiday house in Kent. It appeals to your every sense.

Lancashire

Lancashire is a place of contrasts – from lively resorts, historic market towns and fascinating folklore to coastal trails, outdoor activities and rural scenery. A holiday rental in Lancashire offers something for everyone.

Leicestershire

This historical landlocked county in central England is perhaps best known for it market towns, cheeses and pork pies. Renting a holiday house in Leicestershire will provide plenty of appetising delights and cultural activities for the holiday maker.

Lincolnshire

Steeped in history and bursting with places of interest, Lincolnshire is a slice of old England. A holiday house in Lincolnshire will introduce you to an area of rural charm which will surprise and delight you at every turn.

Norfolk

Peaceful, rural and beautiful, a holiday house in Norfolk affords you total relaxation with its gentle walks over miles of golden beaches. A break here will relax and reinvigorate you – ready to plunge yourselves back into the daily routine...

Northamptonshire

Whether you’re after ancestral homes and country pubs or sporting venues and a thriving nightlife, there are endless options for places to stay in Northamptonshire.

Northumberland

Bordered at the north by Hadrian’s wall, and the east by some wonderful stretches of golden coastline, a holiday house in Northumberland is a great choice for your holiday rentals. This is the real English great outdoors...

Oxfordshire

Basing yourself in a holiday house in Oxfordshire offers access to many of middle England’s highlights – the dreaming spires, punting on the river and the rolling countryside to name but three...

Shropshire

If you enjoy British countryside at its most picturesque, visiting historic towns and castles, tucking into food specialities and local ale, and getting away from it all, then a holiday house in Shropshire might be just what you’re after!

Somerset

Stay in a holiday house in Somerset and explore sights as diverse as Glastonbury Abbey, Roman baths and Cheddar Gorge. Above all, enjoy the peace of this rural county.

Staffordshire

From peaceful countryside and atmospheric stately homes to adrenalin-fuelled outdoor pursuits and lively family attractions, a holiday in the Peak District really does have something to offer absolutely everyone.

Suffolk

Boasting miles of unspoilt coastline, tranquil countryside and enchanting towns and villages, Suffolk makes an ideal choice for a visit, and you can find a holiday house in Suffolk for everyone, from bijou apartments to coastal lighthouses.

Surrey
Surrey is quintessentially English. An easy train ride from London yet covered in gently rolling hills and patchwork fields, Surrey offers the best of both worlds and a holiday house in Surrey can be found to cater for any tastes.
Sussex

A holiday house in Sussex is a great choice if you are a family or friends looking for a wide range of activities and attractions. The sheer diversity of Sussex will ensure that there’s always plenty to keep everyone entertained.

Warwickshire

From your holiday house in Warwickshire you’ll be able to visit the birthplace of Shakespeare and the scenes of Lady Godiva’s legendary ride and St George’s mythical dragon slaying.

West Midlands

Whether you want to party or shop, go to the theatre or listen to live jazz, explore an ancient castle or ride a rollercoaster, an apartment in Birmingham will set you in the heart of a buzzing cultural region.

Wiltshire

With everything from historic monuments and medieval towns to safari parks, charming village inns and fresh air pursuits, a cottage in Wiltshire offers a tempting slice of countryside living.

Worcestershire

Worcestershire is a snapshot of traditional English countryside charm. When you want to be soothed and delighted by the simple things in life then a holiday house in Worcestershire is just what the doctor ordered.

Yorkshire

With every kind of attraction on offer, from miles of breathtaking landscape and golden coastline to vibrant cities and historic landmarks, a holiday house in Yorkshire is an ideal holiday destination.

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Basing yourself in a holiday house in England in a city centre places all of these on your doorstep along with the cosmopolitan mix of food and drink that you would expect from such a rich ethnic melting pot. Move outside the cities though, perhaps in search of big house to rent and venues for house parties , and you will quickly see that this is where the heart of real England belongs. Take your holiday house or cottage in England in such beautiful areas as the Cotswolds or the Lake District and you can sample a village life that is the same as it has been for years – greet the morning milkman, pop out for a paper and enjoy a ploughman’s lunch in a low-beamed hostelry nearby. And it really is like that! Taking a rural holiday house in England in the Peak District gives direct access to some of the most famous walks in Europe – and whatever the weather you will find the views are breathtaking. Further down there is the South coast and the delights of Brighton, or even the charms of the Isle of Wight with its mix of urbane wealth at Cowes week, and tea rooms and B&Bs available all year round. The West country offers some of the best links courses anywhere for the golfer, while surfers and sailors will enjoy a cottage or holiday house where there are golden sweeping beaches and the watersports on offer throughout Devon and Cornwall. And finally - why not take the chance to spend some quality time in a holiday house in the garden of England and enjoy the ale and the history in Kent, which offers rolling hills and views of France on a clear day? In times of economic instability, renting a holiday house in the UK is the sensible option, but it is also a chance to explore these beautiful islands of ours. And where better to provide culture, scenery and traditional British village life than England. Stay in the buzzing cities and you will be immersed in a rich melting pot of theatre, music and art, not to mention a mix of ethnicities and a diversity of bars and restaurants if you decide to stay in a London bed and breakfast.Alternatively, the English countryside would be an idyllic setting for a holiday house in the UK. Sample Cotswolds living, visit the gardens of Kent or walk in the Peak District. From visiting tea rooms in Yorkshire and sailing off the Isle of Wight to the beaches of Cornwall and the lakes in the Lake District, England is the perfect, varied destination for a holiday house in the UK.

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