Many Holiday Lettings in the United Kingdom include Self Catering and Bed & Breakfast properties where you can save money by contacting the owners directly to make your bookings.
The United Kingdom can probably boast one of the most diverse landscapes that you could find anywhere in Europe.
With a coastline of more than 12,500kms or 7,760 miles stretching from Lands End to John O'Groats and back down to The White Cliffs of Dover, you will never be short of a seaside resort or fishing village to visit and enjoy.
Cities like London, Birmingham, Cardiff, Manchester, Glasgow and Edinburgh will supply you with enough Architectural, Artistic, Historic, Sporting and cultural amunition that you could ever want on a holiday.
The main language spoken in the United Kingdom is English but should you venture to parts of Wales, Scotland or the South West you will find other languages spoken which are or derrive from Gaelic.
Accents too are very varied and in certain parts, the English can seem a very foreign language indeed.
Being an island, its maritime climate can provide you with all four seasons in one day - so it is never too hot and rarely is it too cold.
Scotland in the far north with its rich history and its many castles and stately homes is always popular with tourists seeking to find their ancestoral homes or those who just love its beautiful, majectic scenery.
This region also prides itself in being the home of golf and you will never be far away from a splendid seaside links or country golf course.
The Lake District and Cumbria is an area rich in mountains and lakes with some of the most beautiful scenery you could ever imagine. This is great walking country so whether you are after an afternoon stroll or a week long expedition, you are well provided for.
The central part of the UK includes regions such as The Cotswolds with its pretty country villages, Snowdonia which has the highest mountain in Wales, Pembrokeshire which is Britain's only coastal national park, the Industrial Midlands and East Anglia which is very flat but no less interesting than any other region.
The South and South West probably supply you with the warmest summer temperatures and boast many great seaside towns and quaint fishing villages. Cornwall with its rugged coastline is always popular and has many great and interesting places to stay or visit.
Indeed, the United Kingdom is a treasure trove of historical, cultural and natural attractions which inspire millions of visitors each year.
Our Holiday Lettings include guest houses, cottages, chalets, farmhouses and farm cottages, many of which are on working farms.