The booking via Sykes was very 'user-friendly', done very easily by helpful and friendly staff, and follow up emails quick and efficient.
Mrs Kirby, Tilbury, Essex, April 2013
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Defined above, there are many reasons to book a self catering
holiday cottage and to staycation in the UK. Volcanic ash, airline
strikes and an expensive Euro Zone aren't the only reasons.
Here are 4 more ...
1) You don't need a passport; you don't need to deal
with security and delays at the airport; and you don't need to
2) You don't need to convert your money into a foreign
currency and then back again.
3) With our wide selection of pet friendly
properties, you don't have to leave your pet at
4) When you're at home and not on holiday, you will have a
weekly food budget and you will be paying to put petrol in your
car. Paying for food and driving to your cottage are two of the
main expenses associated with a holiday in a self catering cottage.
If your paying for these two things anyway during your normal week,
it makes staycationing even more attractive!
If you're looking for a some staycation ideas or tips, then
why not take a look at our cottages below? By clicking on the map,
you can refine your search by any UK location you want.
If you're after some romantic staycation ideas, why not
browse our full range of romantic cottages?
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Honeysuckle Cottage | Poughill near Bude | Cornwall
A lovely one bedroom cottage with garden overlooking rural views. Use of 40ft shared indoor heated swimming pool. Bude 2 miles.
Fig Cottage | Tregony, Roseland Peninsula | Cornwall
Elegantly furnished cottage near Tregony, a barn conversion on owners' smallholding. Open plan living. Two miles from long sandy beach. Tregony 3.5 miles.