Browse our selection of hand-picked coastal cottages and holiday properties near the coast. All have received positive reviews from previous occupants and are available to rent throughout the year. The collection incudes both contemporary and traditional properties.
Situated in the coastal village of Port Mulgrave in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park, Ammonite Cottage sleeps up to four. The interior comprises two bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 double), a living room with woodburner, a dining area, a bathroom with shower over bath and a modern kitchen. To the exterior is a private decking area which affords some outstanding seaside views of Yorkshire’s heritage coast.
A granite cottage property that’s located in the village of Trewellard, Bal View offers some inspiring coastal views and is a great base from which to explore the AONB-designated region. Situated within a short walk of the beach, it can accommodate up to 5 people with three bedrooms (two doubles, one single). Features include a living room with wood-burner and a modern, well-equipped kitchen.
Bluebell Cottage is located on the Furness Peninsula and offers wonderful views across Morecambe Bay. Part of a collection of well-appointed holiday properties, it consists of an open-plan living room with wood-burner, a dining area and a modern kitchen which leads out to a private terrace area with hot tub. Able to accommodate up to 4, there are two 2 king-size doubles, both with en-suite facilities.
Located just outside Aberdaron, Bod Rhiw cottage is well-suited to couples and family groups. It’s been extensively renovated and retains many character features such as beamed ceilings and exposed stone walls. The interior includes a farmhouse style kitchen with inglenook and AGA, three bedrooms (2 x doubles, 1 x twin), an open-plan living area with dining section and a games room with pool table and dart board.
A converted 19th century coach house overlooking the River Dart Estuary, this Grade II listed holiday cottage sleeps up to 3 with two ground-floor bedrooms (1 x double, 1 x single). The interior comprises a living room with dining area and wood-burning stove and a well-equipped kitchen. To the exterior is an enclosed lawn garden with patio area which affords some inspiring seascapes.
This is an end-of-terrace cottage on Northumberland’s Heritage Coast and just a 10 minute walk from Hauxley Haven beach. Tastefully renovated throughout, its interior comprises a large sitting room with inglenook fireplace and wood-burning stove. There are two bedrooms on the first floor (1 double, 1 single), a bathroom with shower over, a modern kitchen and an enclosed garden to the rear of the property.
This former fisherman’s cottage is only 30 yards from the beach and situated within the Deal Conservation Area. There are two bedrooms which can be configured to sleep up to six people (1 x double, 1 x single), a bathroom with shower over, a modern kitchen and a spacious living room with an inglenook fireplace and wood-burner stove. The exterior includes a private courtyard area.
Mid-terraced, well-appointed Edwardian townhouse located in the picturesque seaside village of Borth. Affording some wonderful coastal views, this holiday property sleeps up to 6 and comprises three bedrooms (1 king-size double and 2 twin rooms). Notable features include a first floor sitting room with French doors which provides access to a balcony and a rear decked area with furniture.
Luxury holiday property which sits in an elevated position above the idyllic seaside hamlet of Tresaith. Featuring an upside down layout over two floors, it includes two bedrooms on the ground floor, both with en-suite facilities and a spacious living room on the first floor together with a modern, well-equipped kitchen and large dining area. A private hot tub is also available.
This coastal holiday property features an open-plan layout that consists of a modern, well-equipped kitchen, dining area and two bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 twin). The south-facing exterior offers some wonderful vistas of the surrounding Isle of Wight countryside and coast. It’s located in a secluded area but is within a short distance of bustling Yarmouth.