LOG CABIN ESCAPE
The Cotswolds region is described as an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty extending from Chipping Campden to Bath in the south. It is highly reputed as a holiday destination with its impressive rural countryside, picturesque villages made from honey colored limestone and post card perfect gently rolling hills. The name “Cotswolds” originates from “Cots” meaning stone sheep shelters and “Wold” meaning rolling hills. The rich history of Cotswolds regarding wool trade is still embedded on the landscape with its quaint ‘wool churches’ and stately manor houses.
To enjoy the natural beauty of Cotswolds on a UK short break, let your family stay in the comfort of luxurious log cabins littered in spectacular locations in Cotswolds. Forget about hotel rooms and embrace the cozy welcome of a pretty log cabin right in the heart of a wooded area, perched on a gentle hill or next to a lakeside. There are numerous activities you can enjoy with your family in Cotswolds such as fishing, hiking or cycling and in the evening retreating to comfy log cabin fitted with all the modern facilities.
RENT A HOLIDAY HOME
The UK is synonymous with large homes, big country cottages and stately homes as a legacy from its rich past. In the past when knights rode on majestic horses, when lords still owned the land and when royals were supreme rulers, magnificent manor houses, castles, palaces and holiday homes for nobles were built in pristine locations all across the country. The era may be long gone but not without leaving an indelible mark of majestic buildings with an air of sophisticated dotting the land.
Most of the homes, castles and palaces have been opened to the public; some have been bought and renovated by private owners. They still retain the ancient charm of a gone error, some still hosting antiques and precious treasures of the past. They are spacious and glamorous offering accommodation to families, friends and groups seeking a taste of the past in the present. You can experience all the glamour and sophistication of these grandiose buildings in the company of friends and relatives this summer holiday.
A good option is to rent a holiday cottage in Hampshire. Being the largest county in the South East England, Hampshire has a vast and diverse landscape from the vibrant cities of Bournemouth and Portsmouth to the sprawling New Forest National Park. The birthplace of famous figures Jane Austen, Hampshire provides a wealth of diverse sights, activities to keep you fully occupied for the duration of your stay
HEAD TO THE WEST COAST OF SCOTLAND
The West Coast of Scotland offers a perfect destination for a family summer holiday. Its amazing environment is attractive with highlands, pristine lochs, rolling hills, impressive islands and its lengthy dramatic coastline. It is one of the richest areas of the UK coastline with stunning coastal views, secluded villages, unspoilt beaches and rich wildlife habitats. Many people pick holidays in Oban to start and then explore the surrounding area from there.
It offers a great family escape with a bucketful of activities to engage in such as exploring the secluded coves, spotting wildlife, cruising, hiking and island hopping. Some of UK’s best known resorts are also found along the west coast of Scotland. You can also explore UK’s fourth largest city Glasgow found in this region for a taste of culture and history. The variety of family accommodation in this region is also stunning, cottages, farmhouses and hotels.