There is a holiday home for up to six people among the buildings on top of the cliff.1/10Livin' by the sea
South England | England's picturesque coast is characterised by wild cliffs, dreamy coastal resorts and secluded little bays. You’ll find accommodation here with a direct view of the sea.
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London | Discover the British capital from the vantage point of a holiday apartment and discover the unrivalled style of the metropolis at the Thames.
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The view of the sea from a holiday house for 8 people close to the beach on Guernsey.4/10French flair & British style
Channel Islands | Both unique culturally as well as scenically – the British islands Guernsey and Jersey directly off the French coastline are a real insider tip for holiday home vacationers.
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Romantic two-person cottage in Devon5/10British cosiness
Great Britain | A traditional cottage is located in the country, is single-storey, has outer walls of natural stone and exposed wooden beams indoors. The most important criterion is, however, that it is extremely cosy.
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Cottage for 4 people in Lerags at Ardentallen Bay close to Oban.6/10View towards the water
Highlands | Not only the mountains but also the countless lakes, some fjords and many bays shape the Scottish Highlands. Here you will find holiday houses in the Highlands with view towards the water.
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7/10Vacation with your dog
United Kingdom | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
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Celtic fun and natural splendour with a holiday home in Wales
Wales | To the west of the United Kingdom but looking out at the Republic of Ireland across the sea, Wales draws cultural influence from its neighbours but marches firmly to a tune of its own. Usually that tune will be an angelic one, as the Welsh have long had a reputation for beautiful singing voices. Perhaps this is a natural extension of the heavenly landscape, the rolling valleys and mountains around which such songs can reverberate or the charming seaside towns and ancient landmarks that can't help but be sung about. With dynamic cities such as Cardiff and Swansea holiday rentals and holiday apartments in Wales have much more to offer than the region's magical landscape.
Seaside splendour in the North of Wales
Book holiday houses in the North of Wales to find yourself at the doorstep of the country's most spectacular natural sites such as the Snowdonia National Park and the region's dramatic coastline. Rent holiday homes close to three of Wales' five designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty that are situated northern Wales, especially the national treasure of the Isle of Anglesey where holiday homes put you on the doorstep of picturesque rocky headlands, lush green pastures and some of the UK's best golden beaches along its 125 miles of coastline.
Satisfy your senses with cultural Indulgence
Stay in holiday rentals in South Wales to put yourself in the heart of the country's thriving urban population. Cardiff offers holiday apartments in the heart of the most diverse culinary scenes in the UK, offerring everything from Jamaican Jerk Barbeque to Goan vindaloo, thanks to the city's thriving immigrant population. Swansea is a picturesque city where holiday houses and holiday apartments offer access to the beautiful Gower Peninsula as well as the historical sites of its 13th-century castle and the childhood home of Welsh literary legend Dylan Thomas. Holiday homes in Wales truly reveal a different world. With its magical landscape and rich cultural history, holiday rentals in Wales will please all members of the family.