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 484show 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 688show 387 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 345show 77 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 429show 1,173 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 437show 12 offers
A holiday house in Great Britain – a memorable holiday included
Great Britain is a country which could not be more diverse. The metropolis London, small historic villages and quaint cottages, Arthur Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes, the royal family, afternoon tea, fog and the moor as well as a lot of coast and much more! As diverse as the country and the people are this also applies to the holiday domiciles in Great Britain. Whether one of the famous cottages, a holiday house or a holiday apartment in one of the lively cities – there is an ideal accommodation for everyone. A holiday house in Great Britain offers lots of space for individual planning and is available with many different facilities for all types of requirements. Whilst some cottages are situated right at the coast, some are embedded in the gentle landscape or even right in the metropolis. A cottage in Great Britain is the ideal starting point for your dream holiday!
Discover the island’s charm – a holiday apartment in Great Britain
Part of Great Britain, northern Europe’s largest island nation, are England, Scotland, Wales as well as Northern Ireland. Scotland lies in the north and is known for its whiskey, bagpipes and kilts, though it has much more to offer. It combines a unique mix of scenic, cultural and historic highlights. Its capital Edinburgh is renowned for its zest for life. Two ancient castles, medieval alleys and the New Town with numerous houses dating back to the 18th century await you. Glasgow is famous for its restored Victorian architecture and offers an avant-garde flair. Wales on the other hand is renowned for its national parks, numerous lakes, hills, long coastline, beaches and waterfalls. Cities such as Abergavenny, Tawe-Uchaf and Fishguard await you. The East of England is characterised by The Wash, an estuary which is known for its stunning river scenery and lakes, marshlands, reed and woods. The South of England on the other hand offers an almost subtropical climate due to the warm Gulf Stream. Guests of a holiday apartment in Great Britain can of course also look for an accommodation in London. Due to the great cultural offer and numerous sights such as Tower Bridge, Palace of Westminster, Tower of London, Buckingham Palace and St Paul’s Cathedral one should plan in at least a weekend for the city.
Experience the wild countryside in Great Britain
Great Britain is very popular with hikers. One of the most impressive landscapes is the Lake District, a national park in the North of England which can be easily accessed from Appleby-in-Westmorland. The Cumbrian Mountains originated in the glacial period and form a mosaic of rugged peaks, moors and deep lakes. Activities on offer near the coast include fishing, sailing, surfing, kayaking, diving and kite boarding. Those who prefer to stay on the mainland can go riding, cycling or take a tour with a mini bus through the historic landscape. Culture enthusiasts can choose from a vast offer of the many smaller and larger theatres. The perfect dream holiday in Great Britain is best enjoyed from a holiday house –sports, relaxation, culture and sightseeing.