Browse our entire collection of holiday properties. You'll find cottages, lodges, apartments, barn conversions and character properties. We also feature a collection of quirky and unusual holiday homes that should help make your self-catering holiday break a memorable one.

Bluebell Cottage, Aldingham, Lake District

Bluebell Cottage offers superb views across Morecambe Bay. It sleeps up to 6 and features an array of mod-cons including a hot tub and en-suite facilities.

Bal View, St Just, Cornwall

Bal View sleeps up to 5 people with three bedrooms (two doubles, one single). Features include a living room with wood-burner and a well-equipped kitchen.

Thorn Cottage, Chagford, Devon

Beautiful thatched cottage in the Dartmoor National Park. Retaining many original features, this charming property can accommodate up to 6.

The Hop Kiln, Bockleton, Worcestershire

Converted from a hop kiln, this property sleep 8 people and features an open-plan layout that includes a modern kitchen, living area and snug.

Thatchings, Stratton, Cornwall

Traditional thatched cottage that sleeps 6 with 3 bedrooms, a bathroom with shower over bath, a modern kitchen and a living room with large fire place.

Sweet Tumbledown, Ringmore, Devon

Charming thatched cottage offfering accommodation for two, with one double bedroom, a bath with shower over and a modern kitchen.

Phoebe’s Cottage, Romsey, Hampshire

400 year-old thatched cottage with beamed walls and ceilings, a charming wooden staircase and traditional inglenook fireplace.

Hunnypot Cottage, Pulham Market, Norfolk

16th century cottage with thatched roof and beamed interior comprising three bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area and an oak-floor living room.

Harber Scar, Horton-in-Ribblesdale, Yorkshire Dales

300 year-old stone cottage that retains many original features and comprises three bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area and sitting room with woodburner.

Colly Cottage, Dottery, Dorset

Colly Cottage is a self-contained wing of the owner’s Grade II listed farmhouse which dates back to the late 18th century.

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