Self-catering holiday cottages in England that are good for families
Summers in England are becoming warmer year on year. Why would you want to take a family summer holiday anywhere else?
Find fantastic family seaside cottage holidays, farm holidays that children love, family self-catering accommodation in English natonal parks.
Holiday cottages in England:Find holiday cottages, houses, log cabins and apartments for a two-week holiday or short break in England. These come in all types of styles and sizes, sleeping anything from English cottages for 2 people up to mansions to rent for group gatherings.
There are also more unusual holiday cottages which include a castle, windmills, watermills, a tree house, lighthouse, station house and more. Dogs welcome English cottages are also catered for to make holidays easy for dog owners.
Click on the map of England to the right to find cottage accommodation in that region, e.g. north east England, or use the search to identify family-friendly cottages according to location, facilities offered, and any particular features, e.g. exposed beams, or enclosed gardens. Add the cottages that you like to your Favourite's List to make your choice easier.
You could also click on the English counties below to find holiday cottages and self-catering accommodation in a specific county of England.
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The style of housing and buldings varies incredibly around England. Everyone recognises Cotswold cottages because of the golden hue of the stone from which they are built. Go to East Anglia and a large number of cottages are colour washed in pretty pinks, blues and creams. It is not unusual to find whitewashed thatched cottages in the south west of England, black and white cottages in Herefordshire and red brick in the Midlands.
Holiday weather also depends on areas of England. It can be said that the north on average, is colder than the south and that eastern England is drier than the west. Rent cottages in east England to maximise the number of hours of sunshine. Take an umbrella on holiday if you stay in the west.