There’s a chilly breeze blowing through Chester and from my window here at Sykes Cottages HQ, I can see the first signs of autumn as the leaves turn to rust and begin to cover the pavement. But, although this summer is coming to an end, it’s time to start thinking about your plans for next summer! Before we know it the schools will be breaking up, you’ll be digging out the buckets and spades and keeping your fingers crossed for sunshine!
Take a look at our popular holiday cottages
Believe it or not, we’ve already taken a large number of bookings for next summer and many of these are for our most popular holiday cottages. Some of our cottages are pretty special boasting swimming pools, hot tubs and games rooms! We have a number of unique cottages such as The Gaolhouse, the Shepherd’s Hut or even a Converted Railway Carriage to make your summer break a memorable.
Location, location, location!
As big fans of holidays in the UK and Ireland, we know that wherever you choose for your 2014 summer holiday you’re sure to have a brilliant time. Thinking about where you want to spend your summer holidays is a big decision but with more than 4000 holiday cottages located throughout the UK and Ireland, you won’t go far wrong. Perhaps you’ll want to return somewhere you’ve enjoyed fantastic holidays in the past (for me, that would be Dorset), or discover somewhere new and exciting. You could recreate the traditional British summer holiday with a week on the Norfolk coast or follow in the footsteps of royalty with a summer holiday on the Isle of Wight.
Don’t delay, book today!
Although the summer holidays are almost a year away, there’s no such thing as booking too early! Start looking for your dream cottage by visiting our website where you’ll be able to search by location, size or cottage type. We also have a very friendly and highly trained team of holiday cottage advisors in our Chester headquarters who man the phones until 9.30pm, seven days a week! Give us a call on 01244 356695 or get us to call you, when it’s convenient.