On Cottage.co.uk you can find a wide range of Scotland specialists, from the large to the very local indeed (specialising in single towns such as Elie on the Fife coast). Plus log cabins and lodges in stunning locations. We are confident you will find ideal Scotland log cabins or holiday cottages for you.
Britain’s finest beaches? It’s easy to see why many people think so. And there is also the appeal of Kielder forest and the string of castles that run down the Northumberland coast, not to mention the drama of Holy Island, accessible by causeway when the tide is out. Cottages for connoisseurs in Northumberland and Durham. The renowned warm welcome from the locals is an extra bonus.
Awesome views – that’s the story of the Lake District. Our researchers have compiled this great selection from local and national agencies and private owners. We hope you agree there are some outstanding examples, and please tell us if you think there is another candidate worthy of being included. Below is a list of cottage agencies based in the area where you can find many more Lake District cottages. Bring your walking boots!
Not one but two of England’s national parks are in Yorkshire! Add to the Dales and the North York Moors a fabulous coastline with beaches like Scarborough and Bridlington, plus atmospheric ports such as Staithes and Whitby. The glorious cathedral city of York just puts the cherry on the cake for a county ideal for cottage holidays. There are also some excellent log cabin complexes in Yorkshire, and the scenery is familiar from numerous TV series filmed there.
Wales with it’s breathtaking scenery, picturesque coastline, castles and much more! From Pembrokeshire to Snowdonia there are many wonderful holiday cottages in Wales and our partner agencies have compiled this great selection.
Often described as “Cornwall without the crowds” Pembrokeshire is a delightful collection of patchwork fields, dramatic coves and wonderful beaches, in the South West corner of Wales. And the Coast is so spectacular they made it a National Park!
The prettiest part of England? Many people think so and you can see why. The honey-coloured stone makes villages like Upper Slaughter and Broadway a favourite subject for calendars and postcards. And so easy to get to from both the South East and the Midlands.
The shifting coastline of Norfolk means you may visit a historic port far from the sea, or a stretch of dunes that will not be there in ten year’s time. All part of the magic of East Anglia, while the waterways of the Norfolk Broads offer a remarkable contrast.
Britain’s most popular National Park for day visitors also has some great self catering accommodation. Typically stone built picturesque cottages, with dramatic scenery on your doorstep in places like Bakewell and Buxton, and Alton Towers not far away for a day out, make the Peak District a popular choice.
From Kent to the New Forest, and including the North and South Downs, there is much to enjoy in England’s South East corner. Bear in mind that this is an area of high property prices, which has an upward impact on holiday cottage rental prices.
A short ferry ride is a journey back in time to a slower, gentler version of England. Cowes, Ventnor and The Needles are all renowned; and the danger of the Isle of Wight is that for some it becomes and addictive experience, drawing you back for holidays time and time again. Dare you try it?
Welcome to our Dorset cottage section, the county of Thomas Hardy and the county with no motorways. A good range of coastal and country cottages. Over half the county is designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and three-quarters of its coastline is a World Heritage Site that features Lulworth Cove, Chesil Beach and Durdle Door.
Devon is a large county with two very different coasts. Our cottage agencies have compiled this great selection of wonderful holiday cottages in Devon. We hope you agree there are some outstanding holiday cottages.
Sometimes you need to get away without too much driving. These holiday cottages in lovely locations are all within two hours of London – traffic willing!
Welcome to sunny Cornwall, the furthest South and West part of the UK, where the sea is often a glorious tropical turquoise. There are many wonderful holiday cottages in Cornwall and we have compiled this great selection from local and national agencies. Roads to Cornwall are now very good (unlike the past) so there is no excuse for not getting down there to enjoy a Cornish self catering holiday.