A holiday to Norfolk wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the beach. Norfolk has an array of magnificent...
Summer is upon us and if you’re in search of the ultimate last-minute cottage break, then read this post to discover some fabulous holiday ideas and cottages that are still available in August. With August being one of the sunniest months in the UK, you’ll want to experience some of the great destinations the UK has to offer.
A trip to Yorkshire offers plenty to do for a summer holiday, from exploring the historic landscape of the Yorkshire Dales to ordering some delicious fish & chips on the coast.
Located in the lovely village of Lofthouse, south of Leeds, Nidcot is a fantastic place to stay for families or couples. This traditional cottage was built over 300 years ago and with it being in the middle of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll find plenty to do on a summer holiday to the area.
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You’ll find a variety of things to do in the Victorian town of Llandudno. From trying your hand at the traditional amusements on the spectacular pier to venturing to the top of the Great Orme and exploring the ancient copper mines, this coastal town is perfect for both couples and families alike.
Bayside House is a spectacular, modern property and, with four bedrooms, it is the perfect place to stay if you want a trip away with your family, friends or loved ones. Conwy, Anglesey and Snowdonia are all easily accessible from Llandudno, providing you with a variety of adventures on your holiday to North Wales.
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With August being one of the sunniest months in the UK, Cornwall is the perfect destination to head to if you’re after glorious sunshine and sandy beaches.
Bramble is an exceptional place to stay if you’re wanting a romantic weekend with a loved one. Located near Wadebridge, a stay in one of these converted Shepherd huts is the ultimate way to reconnect with nature – imagine gazing at the dark, starry night whilst soaking in your own secluded hot tub.
If you’re in search of breathtaking, rolling countryside and a variety of outdoor activities, then a summer break to South Wales will be right up your street.
The Stables is a superbly presented, stone built cottage which has been converted from an old farm stables. Located in the Wye Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and with the River Severn and the Brecon Beacons being nearby, you’ll find an abundance of glorious countryside to explore.
If you’re after an outdoor adventure, head over to the Peak District, Britain’s first National Park. Whether you’re after walking, rambling, rock climbing or mountain biking, the Peaks have a vast range of terrain for you to explore.
Featherbed Top Cottage, located just outside of the Peak District, is a perfect place to relax after a day exploring the peaks. With three bedrooms and an outdoor sitting area, it is a great cottage for larger groups or a family.