Holiday apartment for four people in Drumtochty Castle, located directly by a stream in the Scottish Highlands.1/5The 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 475show 11 offers
Cannon Barn, a country house for up to ten people, is located in South England, surrounded by sheep.2/5All 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 707show 345 offers
Romantic two-person cottage in Devon3/5British 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 334show 74 offers
4/5Vacation 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 405show 964 offers
Wooden house with modern fittings on a country estate in the Scottish Highlands.5/5Connected 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 473show 13 offers
More Bang for Your Buck: Taking a Holiday Home in England
From the excitement of London to the rolling hills of the Lake District, taking a holiday house in England will open the way for any kind of vacation you seek. Renting a holiday home in the United Kingdom is an ideal way to experience the country's culture, history and traditions -- and luckily, there are myriad holiday apartments and larger holiday homes available.
Advantages to a Holiday Home in England
England offers must-see destinations in every direction. You can plan an entire holiday around London, while there are lovely seaside towns in Devon, in the south, Georgian towns in the southwest, and beautiful lakes and hills in the northern Lake District. All of these regions will provide touring opportunities that are ideal for everyone in your family. Even better, holiday rentals allow you to have control over your living quarters, and you can cut travel costs by visiting a local shop and cooking meals at home. Furthermore, holiday houses make it possible to more fully experience local life and culture.
Things to Do
Holiday homes will likely place you close to public transportation, or you can hire a car. Some must-see sights around England include ancient Stonehenge and the Roman Baths in Bath, gorgeous Cumbria, the Cotswalds, Stratford-Upon-Avon (Shakespeare's hometown), and so much more. Be sure to check before you go -- the country offers a plethora of music festivals, food festivals, and holiday markets depending where you are and when. Luckily, holiday homes in every region make it easy to book accordingly.
Things to Know
For travel based on outdoor activities, like hiking in the Lake District, it's best to look into holiday houses from March to October. For renting holiday houses near the family-friendly beaches of Devon, for example, it's best to book in July and August. For London's sights, meanwhile, check out holiday apartments and holiday rentals all year round, but be sure to pack an umbrella! And even during warmer months, take a light jacket. British summers can be cooler than expected.