Holiday apartment for four people in Drumtochty Castle, located directly by a stream in the Scottish Highlands.1/6The best in Great Britain
Great Britain | Would you like to know which holiday home or apartment is particularly worth spending a holiday in? Here we'll show you the accommodation in Great Britain, which has received the best reviews from our customers.
Per week from GBP 473show 19 offers
Cannon Barn, a country house for up to ten people, is located in South England, surrounded by sheep.2/6All together
United Kingdom | These holiday houses have at least four bedrooms. Ideal if you are travelling with the extended family or several friends.
Per week from GBP 640show 200 offers
The view of the sea from a holiday house for 8 people close to the beach on Guernsey.3/6French 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.
Per week from GBP 1,385show 1 offer
Romantic two-person cottage in Devon4/6British 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.
Per week from GBP 342show 53 offers
5/6Vacation 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.
Per week from GBP 377show 699 offers
Wooden house with modern fittings on a country estate in the Scottish Highlands.6/6Connected to nature
Great Britain | Spend a quaint and cosy holiday on the island of Great Britain in a wooden house in the middle of the countryside.
Per week from GBP 429show 24 offers
Experience the unique natural beauty of the North of England
Holiday rentals and holiday apartments in the North of England are the ideal base for exploring one of the United Kingdom's most culturally diverse and beautiful regions. As the inspiration for Emily Bronte's romantic classic Wuthering Heights, the North of England's wild and untamed landscape, exemplified by the North York Moors National Park, is a perfect location for a holiday home.
The North of England has its own unique way of seeing and doing things as demonstrated by the region's irrepressible music scene. Holiday apartments in vibrant cities like Newcastle and Leeds allow visitors who book holiday homes to explore the world famous independent music scene in the city's bars and venues. Sport is also an important facet of the local culture, with rowdy football games in Newcastle and cycling tours through Yorkshire a major incentive for renting holiday houses in and around the cities in the North of England. Holiday homes in the countryside of the North of England are also the perfect for exploring some of England's most inventive and respected restaurants which serve some of the country's best and freshest produce.
Heritage hotspots in the North of England
Stretching from the River Trent in the south to the Scottish border, the North of England is one of the United Kingdom's richest areas of cultural heritage. Situated close to areas of outstanding natural beauty such as the Pennines, the Yorkshire Wold and the Yorkshire Moors, the city of York, which was founded by the Romans in 71 AD, is also the site of York Minster, one of the largest Gothic cathedrals in northern Europe. Durham and Chester are also amongst the historic cathedral cities which can be explored when you rent holiday houses and holiday homes in the area. To the north of the region lies the wild and unspoilt coast of Nothumberland, the Humber Estuary, the scenic Peak District and Hadrian's Wall which traverses the length of the Scottish border all of which are in easy reach of holiday rentals in the North of England.