The easy option for many is to choose a hotel when they are going on a UK break. Hotels may have everything you need under one roof, but renting as holiday home can give you a real insight into how the locals live.
This is not the only benefit of renting a holiday home, cottages and lodges can be much more private and are great for romantic getaways. Are you considering booking up a UK break this summer? Take a short break to one of these popular UK destinations.
Cornwall boasts the longest coastline in Great Britain, extending 433 miles. Cornwall is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful spots that the UK has to offer. Its golden coastline can be described as an “a little piece of heaven”. Surfers adore the hidden location of West Penwith.
Here you will find a selection of cosy cottages that are just a stone throw away from the beach.
This is a great destination to vacate to all year round. If you are thinking of going during the colder months, simply slip on a fine knit and sit around the wood-burner while you gaze into the deserted sandy beach.
Cheviot Valley, Scotland
There are lots of fun adventures you can take the family on while you are visiting Cheviot Valley in Scotland. Scotland is the perfect place if you want a taste of city and country life. This popular destination is only an hour’s drive away, which means you can experience best of both worlds within the one trip.
There are a number of holiday homes available for rent within the Cheviot Valley area, ranging in prices. Whether you are looking to splurge or save this summer – make sure you stop off at Cheviot Valley during your travels.
Hampton Court Palace, Surrey
Surry is known for its beautiful green pastures and sunny summer days. If you are visiting this location, then you must stay at the Georgian house. If you are looking for somewhere unique, that has lots of history within its grounds, then this holiday home enables you to stay within Hampton Court Palace.
This trip may be on the higher end of the budget, but those who do choose to stay there in King Henry VIII’s former home are free to explore the grounds, once it is closed to public visitors. This trip averages at £807 for 4 nights and sleeps 8 people.
Did you know that in order to claim you are from Devon, you must have 3 generations of your family buried in a church graveyard? This proves the love that locals have for their town.
If you are looking for a seaside destination that is suitable for the whole family, then you must choose South Devon. Choose a cottage that overlooks the scenic area of Salcombe. Here you will find both modern and authentic cottages that have a dramatic waterside view, some even offer private beaches and mooring. Salcombe its self is worth a trip to as it offers bespoke boutiques and pubs and restaurants that serve all the local delicacies that must be on your to-do list.