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Father’s Day is the perfect opportunity to celebrate all the amazing things dads do, whether it’s your own dad, your grandad or the father of your children. With the UK having some amazing destinations, why not celebrate Father’s Day by taking the whole family to a holiday cottage? In this post, we highlight some great properties that are still available on Father’s Day.
If you want a Father’s Day to remember, then why not stay in an old converted windmill? This three-floor property is brimming with character and, with the master bedroom being on the top floor, there are some splendid views of the countryside for you to enjoy. Located in Barrowden, Lincolnshire, this property is in a convenient location to explore the local countryside. Whether you want to over to Rutland Water for a family walk, wander around Kirby Hall or play a round of golf at one of the nearby courses, there’s plenty of Father’s Day activities to choose from.
Check The Windmill’s availability here.
The North York Moors is a perfect destination for a Father’s Day family break. From taking a walk on the splendid moorlands or along the beautiful coast to indulging into the region’s wealth of history, there’s something for everyone in this beautiful National Park.
Situated in Osmotherley, a picturesque village in the West of the North York Moors, 1 Belle Vue would be an excellent base for exploring the area. There are a variety of public footpaths around the village, perfect for a Father’s Day walk.
Check 1 Belle Vue’s availability here.
Whether you want to explore the ruins of Welsh Castles, try your hand at water sports or simply enjoy the amazing countryside on offer, North Wales is a great destination for a Father’s Day break.
The Art Deco House, in Anglesey, is a great place to stay for Father’s Day. It’s conveniently located near the Menai Bridge, making a number of attractions easily accessible. Beaumaris Castle is just up the coast and offers beautiful views of the Welsh coastline, including the Great Orme.
Check The Art Deco House’s availability here.
A trip to the Scottish countryside offers plenty for the family to enjoy, from hiking up some of the tallest mountains the UK has to offer to exploring the collection of Scottish Isles by boat or ferry.
With five bedrooms, Holly House is the perfect accommodation for larger families who want to spend Father’s Day together. The property has a large sitting area, four bathrooms and a lawned garden that offers great views of the surrounding countryside. If you’re after some adventure, why not attempt to conquer the nearby Ben Nevis, the UK’s tallest mountain?
Check Holly House’s availability here.
Exmoor is a great destination for those wanting to relax and unwind on Father’s Day. From taking a walk along the beautiful coastline to exploring woodlands and market towns, there’s a variety of things to enjoy in this beautiful National Park.
Greenslades, in Exford, is a beautiful place to stay and still retains many of its original features. With an outdoor BBQ area, this cosy cottage is a great destination to head to for Father’s Day.
Check Greenslades’s availability here.
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