Many holiday cottages to discover!
There's a good reason that cottage holidays are on the rise - they're simply the most fun and best value holidays in the UK. With a huge selection of properties, if you can't find what you're looking for on this page, click an image and discover everything else available.
Staying in a UK holiday cottage can be a perfect way to take a break as you can forget about household chores and focus on having fun, or a relaxing break. A larger number of cottages will accept pets (and for pets, read 'dogs') but you must check first. We can help if you're looking for a holiday cottage or other accommodation in UK to stay in with your family for a week or two or somewhere in UK to stay with friends over a long weekend.
Cottage prices in UK will range from high to low throughout the year, but clearly the summer months will be the most expensive as remand increases. School holidays tend to be mid-July to the end of August.
Half term dates are different for different schools, but normally summer half-term is around the first two weeks of June. Booking early is always a good idea. You have a much better chance of getting your preferred date and accommodation. But, that doesn't mean its impossible to get a late booking.
Cottage agencies are growing in size as a greater number of independents sign up with them. As a consumer this has a positive impact - in theory the facilities and standards are kept to a pre-agreed level.
In the unlikely event that you are not delighted with your holiday cottage in UK please email or call the agency you made the booking with. It is of course possible that you need to cancel your UK holiday cottage so ensure you read the cancellation terms on the agency or owners website / contract.
Although you may not be familiar with the UK area you'll usually find that the owners have left a welcome manual with details of local places to eat, drink and buy supplies. UK is a great locations for a cottage holiday due to their proximity to local facilities and amenities.
Some properties will ask for a security deposit before your arrival date - although this is required in a minority of accommodation and you will be advised at time of booking.
Families, Friends and More
Self-catering always makes your holiday more relaxing in UK. No worrying about getting to the dining room in time, either before the hotel declares that breakfast is over, or trying to fit in with other b and b guests.
Eat what you want, whenever you want it. And of course that's particularly good if anyone in your party suffers from food allergies or has other dietary requirements. We know many people who consider a holiday cottage as the perfect way to wind down after a busy urban lifestyle - sleep in, take lazy walks through the countryside and take more time over meals.
For others it's an opportunity to get more active, from mountain biking to cross-country running. If you're over 60, we recommend the more relaxed approach!