Exploring luxury holiday rentals in the UK can be a fascinating experience; from cottages to castles, the country has a lot of truly unique and historic rentals available. The only question now is where do you want to start?
The following are a range of options for holiday rentals in the UK … depending on how you want to feel! These luxury holiday rentals are ready to spice up your emotions to make your trip a memorable one.
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I’m at Home in the Cotswolds
If you want to take your journey to Cotswolds, then better check out these luxury holiday rentals by Bruern. They are self-catering, so you can really enjoy with your family just like when you are at home.
One good thing about Bruern is that on your first night, you will be given luxurious food and drinks like champagne, homemade cakes and local artisan cheese along with your favorite home foods like eggs and sausages.
So if you want to take that “at home” feeling on your journey, then this place is perfect for you.
I Am Royalty in Scotland
Scotland offers luxurious holiday castles like Ayrshire Castle. The castle has existed for a while now since it was built in the 15th century.
This was a wedding present for Princess Mary, daughter of James II of Scotland. So if you feel like becoming a royalty on your holiday break, then this place is just right for you.
The castle can accommodate up to 14 people, and if you only wanted a short break, then you’ll need to spend £1,770. If you and your family or friends decided to stay for a week, then it would cost around £2,950 to £3,750.
I Feel the Farm in the Midlands
Discovering the beauty of the Midlands is an excellent idea, and if you want to spend your break at a farmhouse, then you should stay at Severn Farmhouse. This place is one of the luxury holiday rentals that the Midlands provides.
It is located within a 65-acre land with a vineyard. You will have fun seeing the area’s countryside. This amazing farmhouse is around £2,187 to £4,601 a week.
There are many rural properties available for stay throughout the East Midlands, some farm stays privately owned, though many operating under estate management.
I Own a Lake in Ireland
So you want to spend your holiday in Ireland near a lake? Well, you should stay at The Lake House. This place is situated on the shores of Caragh Lake. Here, the lake is the first thing you will see in the morning and the last at night.
Aside from that, if you want to experience some special activities, the owners are happy to arrange it for you with the help of the local outdoor personnel. You can do lake sailing, bushcraft in the forest that’s just behind the place and sea kayaking. A week stay in the house will cost £2,633 to £3,291.
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