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Explore the magical dramatic castles along the coastline, stroll along the white sanded beaches, ramble along Hadrianís Wall and surrounding hills and explore Roman excavations, shop till you drop in Newcastle, visit the theatre in Sunderland or visit the Cathedral and the cricket grounds in Durham City.
Yorkshire is a varied and interesting area where coastal days out can be enjoyed at Scarborough, Whitby, Filey and Bridlington and the fishing villages of Robin Hoods Bay, Runswick Bay and Staithes. There is a wealth of country houses and gardens, including Castle Howard, attractive characterful market towns and shopping centres in particular are York, Harrogate and Leeds.THE DALES COTTAGES
The Dales are an area of outstanding natural beauty bordering the Lake District to the west and the Peak District to the south. There is an abundance of characterful villages dotted throughout the undulating countryside with country lanes, bridleways and cycle ways.LANCASHIRE COTTAGES
Some of the most popular seaside resorts in the UK are found along the Lancashire coastline including Blackpool and Morecambe. The Ribble Valley is an ideal destination for those looking for a relaxing holiday with quiet country lanes ideal for those wanting to explore on bike, the area is designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. Bordering the Lake District to the north and the Dales to the East you can explore the north of England from this central base.OTHER UK DESTINATIONS
Varied in area and landscapes the cottages are located in some of the most beautiful parts of the UK including the Peak District, popular with walkers and cyclists in an area of outstanding beauty. If you are looking for a beach holiday, then our cottages in Devon and Cornwall are the place to head for some sun and relaxation.
The View is ideally placed to enjoy the delights of London at any time of year. Situated close to some of London's most famous landmarks including Buckingham Palace in the next street. The Houses of Parliament and Westminster Abbey are only ten minutes away. The tube makes exploring London easy and the cosmopolitan city has numerous pubs, restaurants, theatres, museums and much more to entertain young and old alike.
SCOTLAND COTTAGESThe Scottish Borders are the Gateway to Scotland with rolling countryside, ruined abbeys and picturesque towns. Travelling north through Scotland the cosmopolitan towns make way for a wonderful mix of scenery from rugged coastlines with magnificent beaches to the highlands in the north with their lochs, probably the most famous of these is Loch Ness. Jump aboard a ferry and enjoy the sights on one of the remote islands sitting in the North Sea. A golfers paradise, Scotland boats 550 golf courses including the renowned St Andrews.
The Emerald Isle is an ideal holiday destination, located off the west coast of England, nestled between the Irish Sea and mighty Atlantic Ocean, the island is full of history and ancient myths, amazing landscapes and locals who will provide a warm and friendly welcome.
The landscape combines golden sandy beaches and rocky outcrops, labyrinthine caves and crystal clear waterways. The Giants Causeway is believed to be the work of giant Finn MacCool who made it as a pathway to Scotland where a rival giant lived. The new Titanic Visitors Attraction is worth a visit and after a day exploring this beautiful island, spend an evening relaxing in one of the many pubs where, more often than not, traditional Irish music can be enjoyed.
LAKE DISTRICT COTTAGES
Stunning rugged mountains reaching to the sky combine with deep valleys filled with shimmering lakes. When a day off from sightseeing is required, relax in one of the many tea rooms, stroll around the art galleries, meander around the country houses and gardens or visit one of the many museums. If you are looking for something more action packed take advantage of the mountain biking, water sports, horse riding, mountain climbing and more.
EDEN VALLEY COTTAGES
Lush green landscapes stretch as far as the eye can see. The valley follows the River Eden making its way to the coast. Scattered along the banks of the river are many picturesque villages with traditional village pubs serving mouth watering meals. The quiet country lanes are ideal for exploring by bike stopping along the way to enjoy a picnic or local ale.