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With its spectacular coast line, beautiful beaches and majestic countryside the UK has long been popular for self catering holidays. Top destinations include England’s West County as well as the Norfolk and Suffolk Coast, Scotland and Wales.

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in England, UK (Photo: ©VisitBritain / Britain on View)England England is simply delightful, with charming stone cottages in the Cotswolds; quaint villages along the Norfolk Broads; the fabulous beaches of the Norfolk and Suffolk coast; the little coves and fishing villages of Cornwall and Devon in the West Country. The quality and choice of self catering holidays in England is truly exceptional. With a host of attractions for all the family, its the UK's leading holiday destination. More...

 
 

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in Scotland, UK (Photo: ©VisitBritain / Britain on View)Scotland Scotland is a popular choice for self catering holidays. The capital, Edinburgh is always a favourite, but also the cities of Glasgow, Aberdeen and the ancient capital Stirling. There are the windswept Highlands and lochs Ness and Lomond to explore, as well as the Isles of Arran, Mull and Orkneys. From the gentle rolling hills of Dumfries and Galloway to the breathtaking peaks of the Cairngorms, Scotland won't disappoint. More...

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in Wales, UK (Photo: ©VisitBritain / David Angel)Wales Wales has stunning beaches, impressive mountains, historic castles and spectacular scenery. With its proximity to major cities in the UK, it’s not surprising Wales is a family favourite for self catering. From stone cottages in the Welsh Valleys to beach houses on Cardigan Bay, the Pembrokeshire coast and the Isle of Anglesey, or even stylish self catering holiday apartments in cosmopolitan Cardiff, Wales has it all. More...

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in Northern Ireland, UK (Photo: Wikipedia - Kenneth Allen)Northern Ireland The counties of Armagh, Belfast, Fermanagh, Londonderry, Antrim and Down, each with their own distinctive character, are ideal for self catering holidays. The beautiful windswept coastline of the Causeway; history and heritage of Belfast where the Titanic was built; the majestic Mourne mountains; the misty moorlands; the giant lough Neagh and the Fermanagh Lakelands are just waiting to be discovered. More...

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in the Channel Islands (Photo: ©VisitBritain / Britain on View)Channel Islands The Channel Islands are situated in the English Channel, just off the Normandy Coast and offer a blend of English and French culture. Guernsey and Jersey are the largest and most visited, but the smaller quieter islands of Sark, Herm and Alderney provide more seclusion. The choice of self catering holidays on the Channel Islands is limited compared to other UK holiday resorts, but there are plenty of hotels. More...

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in the Isles of Scilly, UK (Photo: Wikipedia - Tom Corser www.tomcorser.com)Isles of Scilly The Scilly Isles offers visitors a stress free island paradise with miles of empty sandy beaches where time seems to stand still. Reminiscent of a Pacific atoll, the Scilly Isles float majestically in the Atlantic Ocean just 28 miles off the Cornish coast. The largest island is St Mary’s with four other inhabited islands of Tresco, St Martin’s, St Agnes and Bryher. A UK island retreat perfect for relaxing self-catering holidays.

Self catering cottages and apartments for rent in the Isle of Man, UK (Photo: Wikipedia - SP Smiler)Isle of Man The Isle of Man isn’t as well known for self catering holidays in the UK as Cornwall or Devon for example, but don’t let that put you off. Located in the Irish Sea between England, Wales and Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man receives thousands of holidaymakers for short breaks each year. With its beautiful scenery, unspoilt beaches and laidback life style, the Isle of Man is definitely worth a visit.

 

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