UK Self Catering Accommodation

If you are looking for self catering accommodation in the UK for your next holiday, you are spoilt for choice. Although the UK is a small country, it boasts a wide variety of self catering options, suitable for couples, families and groups of friends alike. Many properties are happy to accept pets; many are suitable for those travelling with the disabled or elderly and most properties welcome children.
Although self catering accommodation can be found all over Great Britain, much of it is in the spectacular and largely unspoiled National Parks, including the Lake District, Snowdonia and the Yorkshire Dales. There are plenty of holiday cottages to choose from and dozens of farmhouses offer self catering and the chance to experience life on a real working farm. An unusual alternative to cottages and flats is log cabins and these charming and rustic options can be found in many National Parks and other areas of natural beauty. Despite the name, many log cabin holidays offer quality furnishings and all the comforts of home, including a fully equipped kitchen. So-called static caravans are another option; again, these can be found all over the country, especially in and around major seaside resorts. A caravan allows you to experience some of the the pleasures of camping, but with some home comforts and without roughing it too much.
Regardless of your choice of self catering accommodation, it is easy to find and book the place to stay that is perfect for your next trip. The internet has made the process of finding and booking a place to stay easy; however, a knowledgeable travel agent is still a useful friend to have. Self catering allows you to not only experience the best of Britain’s diverse and spectacular countryside, but to enjoy a holiday that offers complete flexibility.

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