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Cannon Barn, a country house for up to ten people, is located in South England, surrounded by sheep.1/5All together
United Kingdom | These holiday houses have at least four bedrooms. Ideal if you are travelling with the extended family or several friends.
Per week from USD 1,192show 607 offers
The view of the sea from a holiday house for 8 people close to the beach on Guernsey.2/5French flair & British style
Channel Islands | Both unique culturally as well as scenically – the British islands Guernsey and Jersey directly off the French coastline are a real insider tip for holiday home vacationers.
Per week from USD 933show 9 offers
Romantic two-person cottage in Devon3/5British cosiness
Great Britain | A traditional cottage is located in the country, is single-storey, has outer walls of natural stone and exposed wooden beams indoors. The most important criterion is, however, that it is extremely cosy.
Per week from USD 670show 36 offers
4/5Vacation with your dog
United Kingdom | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from USD 658show 1,732 offers
Wooden house with modern fittings on a country estate in the Scottish Highlands.5/5Connected to nature
Great Britain | Spend a quaint and cosy holiday on the island of Great Britain in a wooden house in the middle of the countryside.
Per week from USD 403show 18 offers
Enjoy the best of Great Britain with a holiday home in the Midlands
Renting a holiday home in the Midlands is a great way to enjoy some of the most historic cities in the United Kingdom. Visitors will have a chance to explore some of the country's most beautiful countryside and spend time in some of its greatest cities north of London. From the multi-cultural delights of Birmingham, England's second largest city, to the quaint charms of Castle Combe, renting holiday houses is a great way to explore the counties of Essex or Herefordshire and their surroundings.
The historic Midlands
Visitors staying at holiday homes or holiday apartments will find they are near the sites of some of England's greatest historic events. Stratford-Upon-Avon in south Warwickshire is the birthplace of William Shakespeare and Warwick Castle houses an extensive collection of historic weaponry including the world's largest catapult. Stays in holiday rentals in this region will provide travellers a rich and historic experience.
The landscape of the Midlands
Holiday rentals are a great opportunity to explore the British countryside. The Shropshire Hills or the Malverns offer a rolling landscape with several high peaks affording panoramic views of the surrounding landscape. Travellers can visit some of England's Royal Forests, including Sherwood Forrest, once said to be the home of the legendary Robin Hood. While there are no outlaws roaming the woods today, Major Oak, a thousand year old tree, is still an impressive sight. Holiday houses in the Midlands are the perfect way to explore the English countryside.
Travellers staying in holiday rentals will find the Midlands are not all history and nature. Birmingham is a major city with a large shopping district and a vibrant nightlife and the nearby Twycross Zoo makes a great outing for families. Many of the small towns and villages have nice little pubs and restaurants that make for a unique dining experience. Holiday homes in these quiet and charming places are the perfect setting for a relaxing holiday. Booking holiday houses or holiday apartments in the Midlands is a great starting point for a vacation in England.