Celebrating something special? Or just planning a relaxed reunion with your nearest and dearest? Why not go the extra mile and hire out a magnificent 7 bedroom holiday home for the weekend? Abounding in space, character and comfort, these large holiday houses are the perfect setting for endless special memories with family and friends.
Featuring hot tubs, swimming pools, tennis courts, games rooms and roaring open fires, our vast array of seven-bedroom holiday cottages are idyllic bases for an unforgettable group getaway. From grand country manor houses to sleek seaside sanctuaries, we’ve got the perfect home from home for every age, taste and budget.
What’s more, our homes are situated in some of the UK’s most desirable staycation spots. From the verdant hills of the Yorkshire Dales all the way down to the white sand beaches of Cornwall, we know all the best locations for an adventure with all the gang.
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Best locations for a 7-bedroom holiday cottage
Dreaming of a special setting for your next group getaway? We know just the spot. Read on to discover the UK’s five best locations for a seven-bedroom holiday cottage.
The Scottish Highlands
There’s nowhere quite like the rugged, windswept Scottish Highlands. Gather up yer pals, don yer kilts and head to the hills for a wee adventure. Surrounded by endless swathes of countryside, you’ll be able to make as much noise as you like - there are no neighbours to wake up after all.
Place to stay: Treat yourself and your loved ones to a bonnie break at the breathtaking Sky Lodge in Fort William. Sleeping up to 16 people, this dog-friendly hideaway has plenty of space for all the gang.
Best activity: One of the most quintessential Highlands experiences has to be a visit to the Dalwhinnie Distillery, where you can sample the region’s famous spirit paired perfectly with some handmade choccies.
Brimming with picturesque countryside, honey-hued stone villages and snug local pubs, the Cotswolds is one of the cosiest holiday destinations we know.
Place to stay: This bucolic barn conversion is just the ticket for an unforgettable group getaway. Located near the famous market town of Chipping Campden, Lakeside Barn is the ideal base for an escape in the Cotswolds.
Best activity: Chipping Campden is located right at the start of the Cotswolds Way, a 100-mile long footpath weaving its way through the Cotswolds Hills. Lace up your boots and get out exploring.
Home to one of the UK’s loveliest national parks, the Lake District is a haven for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts. Enjoy relaxing rambles across the beautiful landscape, finishing with pints by the fire in a cosy local pub.
Place to stay: Nearby the bustling market town of Keswick, The Old School House is an idyllic country cottage sleeping up to 16 people - ideal for large groups of friends and hen parties alike.
Best activity: Indulge in a classic Lake District activity and book your group onto a sailing trip with Lake Windermere Cruises.
Head ‘up North’ for a celebration to remember. Nestled amidst the verdant hills of the Yorkshire Dales you’ll find endless quaint stone cottages, ideal for family holidays and getaways with friends.
Place to stay: Sleeping up to 14 people, North Farm boasts beautiful interiors and plenty of space. Situated just 15 minutes from the town of Darlington, you’ll find lots to see and do in the local area.
Head to England’s southwest tip for a beautiful beach break. Boasting some of the country’s finest coastline, the rugged county of Cornwall is the perfect destination for anyone who likes to be beside the seaside.
Place to stay: Dating back to the 14th century, Little Lanherne Farm is the epitome of rural bliss. Nestled in the heart of the Cornish countryside, nearby Mawgan Porth, you’ll find an array of walking and cycling paths passing by your very doorstep.
Best activity: Gather up the group and pay a visit to the stunning St Michael’s Mount, one of Cornwall’s most famous landmarks.