Start Planning Your May Half-Term Holiday Today!

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Though it seems like one holiday has just finished, there is another one just around the corner. The school half-term holiday is only a few weeks away, with most schools being off from 27th-31st May, and all you parents need to start planning soon. There are worse concerns to have than what you’re going to do on your second holiday in a month!

Don’t bother yourself with heading overseas, dealing with packed airports, and changing your currency. People from the world over dream for a lifetime about visiting England, Scotland, and Wales, and with so much to see and do right here, there is no reason to deal with all the hassle of going overseas.

Here at Sykes Cottages we still have a great selection of cottages to rent for the half-term holiday, and if the weather is anything like this past bank holiday, there will be no better place to be!

Half-Term Family Fun in Cornwall

Cornish Coast

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If you’re looking for golden beaches, dramatic coastline, an abundance of natural wildlife, and a wealth of family friendly attractions, then Cornwall is for you. Spend sunny days paddling on the beach, and evenings relaxing in the back garden of your holiday cottage while you fire up the barbeque and enjoy a cold drink. Half-term holidays don’t get much better than that!

Browse our holiday cottages in Cornwall today!

Get Learning in Wales on Half-Term

St Fagans - Wales

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For those who prefer to keep the kids learning while on holiday, why not head to Wales and have a cultural experience right here in the UK. There are still many areas of the country that speak predominantly Welsh, and with a plethora of museums that seek to teach visitors about the unique culture of Wales, there is not shortage of learning experiences to be had. The whole family will love a visit to St. Fagan’s Museum just outside of Cardiff, where history is brought to life at Europe’s leading open-air museum.

Find a half-term holiday cottage in Wales now.

Be at One With Nature on Half-Term in Scotland

Scottish Highlands

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For families that are looking to get back to nature while on holiday, Scotland is the place to go in the UK. While Edinburgh and Glasgow are lovely, if you head up beyond the two major cities you will be wowed by the stark beauty of the Highlands of Scotland, one of the most untouched areas left in the UK. Take the kids on a bush craft course and learn how to live off the land, or simply spend your days relaxing in the tranquility of the natural area.

Take a look at our selection of holiday cottages in Scotland and find the perfect one for you and the family.

No matter where you head in the UK, city or country, wild or cosmopolitan, you’re sure to have a wonderful time. Start planning the perfect family half-term holiday today and have your pick of accommodation – don’t delay, it’s sure to book up fast!


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