Whether you’re celebrating a special occasion or simply getting all the family together for some memorable time away, our six bedroom holiday cottages are an excellent choice. With thousands of beautiful homes across the UK, there’s something for everyone - from hen parties to family holidays.
Looking for a coastal retreat or a luxury barn conversion in the country? We’ve got a cottage to suit every style, season, and occasion. Perhaps you’d like to bring your dogs along for the adventure? Fine by us. We’ve got a huge range of dog-friendly cottages for the whole family to enjoy! And if you’re looking for something luxurious, we can help you find majestic manors with swimming pools, games rooms, tennis courts, and hot tubs.
You might have the ideal holiday house in mind, but most importantly you’ll need to decide where to travel to. With so many gorgeous places to visit in Britain, it can be tough to narrow down your choices. From seaside resorts to rural national parks, there is so much waiting to be discovered right here in the UK.
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Best locations for a 6-bedroom holiday cottage
Looking for some inspiration? Here’s our shortlist of the best locations for a six-bedroom holiday cottage.
Relax by the coast in the gorgeous southern county of Cornwall. Famed for its long stretches of golden beaches and dramatic coastlines, there’s no better place to enjoy a family break by the seaside. Enjoy a week of sunbathing and sightseeing, with the call of seabirds and the rolling waves as your holiday soundtrack. Of course, a holiday to Cornwall is only complete after tucking into a tasty Cornish pasty!
Place to stay: 62 Esplanade is a luxurious self-catering holiday cottage for ten guests, located along the Fowey Estuary.
Best nearby walk: The scenic and circular Fowey Hall Walk allows you to make the most of your picturesque surroundings. Spanning four miles, it should take you around two and a half hours to complete.
The home of mountains, castles, and glorious coastlines - you’ll find it all in North Wales. An excellent location for families and groups of thrill-seekers, there’s a whole host of activities to be enjoyed here. From mountain climbing to zip-lining, there’s something to keep everyone entertained while away! Be sure to scale the heights of Snowdon while you’re there - there’s even a train service to the peak if you don’t feel like walking.
Best nearby walk: Discover the incredible views and wildlife of the Great Orme with a four-mile route along its cliffs. This route usually takes around three hours to complete.
Best-known for the picturesque Lake District National Park that resides within the heart of the county, Cumbria is a popular choice among families and groups. While the region is excellent for keen hillwalkers, foodies of your group will also find plenty of interesting attractions. The motherland of gingerbread and the sticky toffee pudding, you’ll find plenty of cafes and restaurants serving up traditional, local delicacies!
Best nearby walk: Wander through lush fields and enchanting woodlands as you make your way along the Orrest Head trail. Stretching two and a half miles, this route should take you around an hour to complete.
Steeped in history and surrounded by rugged natural beauty, Scotland is another region that really does have it all. Hikers will relish the challenging mountain treks of the highlands, while those who prefer to take it a bit easier will find plenty to do in the towns and cities of the country. Try a city break in the heart of Edinburgh, where you can enjoy wandering through the historic cobbled streets, lined with traditional pubs and independent shops.
Best nearby walk: The Ayrshire Coastal Path spans over 100 miles, but the Ardrossan to Portencross route is a fair six and a half-mile route. Leading you across the scenic coastline, this route should take around three to four hours.
There’s an excellent reason why the Cotswolds has held its coveted Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) title for over 50 years. With its distinctive thatched cottages, quaint villages, and miles of glorious countryside - this rural area really is a sight to behold. Wander through enchanting villages and market towns, or roam the magical forests dotted around this charming AONB - wherever you decide to go, we can guarantee it will be beautiful.
Place to stay: The Moretons is a spacious farmhouse ideal for families, complete with an outdoor play area and two heated pools.
Best nearby walk: If you don’t mind a bit of a moderate hike, the Dover’s Hill walking route will reward you with far-reaching views of the region. Just under four miles long, it will take you around three hours to finish.