Are you searching for cottages to rent by the sea? Take a look at the coastal holiday cottages listed below. All have received positive reviews and comprise both contemporary, traditional and luxury properties.
A granite coastal holiday cottage located in the pretty village of Trewellard, Bal View offers some inspiring coastal views and is a great base from which to explore this AONB-designated region. It can accommodate up to 5 people with three bedrooms (two doubles, one single). The well-furnished interior also comprises a living room with wood-burner and a modern kitchen equipped with the some of the very latest appliances and a dining room. This well-appointed seaside self catering property is near the famous Pendeen Lighthouse as well as a collection of good beaches. Those looking to make the most out of the panoramic seascapes also have easy access to the scenic South West coast path.
This seaside self catering property is located on the Furness Peninsula and offers wonderful views across Morecambe Bay. Part of a collection of well-appointed coastal cottages, it consists of an open-plan living room with wood-burner, a dining area and modern kitchen which leads out to a private terrace area with hot tub. It’s able to sleep up to 4 guests with two 2 king-size doubles, both of which have en-suite facilities and afford some wonderful seaside views. A collection of vibrant, bustling Cumbrian towns are within the vicinity such as Bardsea, Ulverston and Baycliff. Bluebell Cottage is also close to the Lake District National Park and popular attractions like Coniston Water.
Located just outside Aberdaron on the Llyn Peninsula, this cottage to rent by the sea is well-suited to family groups. Despite being extensively renovated, it 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 doubles, 1 twin), an open-plan living area with dining area and a games room with pool table and dart board. Outside is an enclosed garden with patio and furniture. Rhiw is situated near the Wales Coastal Path and offers a great base from which to explore the unspoilt coast. The popular resorts of Pwllheliand and Abersock are nearby while the majestic Snowdonia National Park is accessible by car.
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 well-furnished, stylish interior comprises a living room with dining area and wood-burning stove and a well-equipped kitchen. The exterior consists of an enclosed lawn garden with patio area which affords some inspiring seaside views. The property is situated in the picturesque village of Street which is near Slapton and the vibrant town of Dartmouth. Guests will be able to enjoy a collection of good beaches such as Blackpool Sands and Slapton Sands. The South West Coast path also provides a great opportunity to appreciate the dramatic South Devonshire shoreline.
This seaside self catering 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 and a modern kitchen with utility room. To the rear of the property is an enclosed garden complete with lawn and courtyard patio area. There’s also a small front garden with seating. Corner Cottage is set in the picturesque hamlet of High Hauxley with the bustling fishing village of Amble, a short drive away. The county town, Alnwick, with its iconic castle, is about 20 minutes by car.
Those looking for cottages to rent by the sea may well be impressed with this charming holiday retreat, which is located near the lovely village of Brynsiencyn on the Isle of Anglesey. The well-presented interior includes plenty of rustic features such as oak beams and exposed brickwork. It has one double bedroom, a shower-room with walk-in shower and a kitchen that’s equipped with the usual mod-cons. To the front of the property is a patio with swing-seat. A variety of top local beaches are nearby while Snowdonia National Park is practically on the doorstep. In terms of amenities, the village of Brynsiencyn is less than a mile away and includes a well-stocked shop, a takeaway and pub.
This former fisherman’s cottage is only 30 yards from the beach and situated within the Deal Conservation Area. The quirky interior has 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. Two staircases on either side of the fireplace provide access to the bedrooms. The exterior includes a private courtyard area with patio and furniture. Seashell Cottage dates back to the early 19th century and is located close to the centre of Deal with its cobbled high-street, busting bars and bistros – all in all, a great base for exploring the wonderful coast of Kent.
Mid-terraced, well-appointed Edwardian townhouse located in the picturesque seaside village of Borth. Affording some wonderful seaside views, this light and airy 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. Like some of the best coastal holiday cottages, the beach is practically on the doorstep while the Heritage Coast Walk and National Nature Reserve are in close proximity. Other top attractions include Snowdonia and the picturesque Dove Estuary. A collection of shops and a pub are within a five minute walk.
Luxury coastal cottage set on an elevated position above the idyllic seaside hamlet of Tresaith. The interior, which has an upside down layout over two floors, 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. The exterior comprises communal gardens and a private decked veranda with furniture and a hot tub. Ty Henri is well placed, offering easy access to some quality local beaches. Local visitor attractions include Teifi Marshes Nature Reserve and the National Trust house, Llanerchaeron. The vibrant Georgian harbour town of Aberaeron, with its bustling cafes and restaurants, is around 15 miles away.
This coastal self catering cottage is situated on the outskirts of the historic harbour town of Yarmouth. The light and airy open-plan interior consists of a modern, well-equipped kitchen, dining area and two bedrooms (1 king-size double with shower room, 1 twin with views of Lymington). The front of the property looks out over the Solent while the south-facing exterior, which includes a patio with furniture, offers vistas of the tranquil Isle of Wight countryside. Windy Ridge is within close proximity to a variety of attractions including Yarmouth Castle as well as the town’s vibrant collection of cafes, restaurants and pubs. A railway track path is also nearby that leads to Freshwater and its excellent beach.