Holidays Lodges to let in England
We have 68 Holiday Lodges in England. Here are just a few of the fantastic holiday lodges in England. To find lodges, chalets and bungalows in a specific area just use the Area Links to the right.
Hornsea Lakeside Lodges
Hornsea Lakeside Lodges in Hornsea,
Yorkshire. Hornsea Lakeside Lodges offers a hot tub. Guests at Hornsea Lakeside Lodges will be able to enjoy activities in and around Hornsea, like golfing and fishing.
Golden Sands Holiday Park
Golden Sands Holiday Park in Cresswell,
Northumberland. Seaside caravan holidays at their very best at the privately owned and run five star Golden Sands Holiday Park, yards from the beach in the village of Cresswell on the beautiful Northumberland Coast.
Cowden Holiday Park
Cowden Holiday Park in Cowden,
Yorkshire. Situated in Great Cowden, Cowden Holiday Park features a restaurant.
The resort offers a children's playground. Guests at Cowden Holiday Park will be able to enjoy activities in and around Great Cowden, like fishing.
Crook O'Lune Caravan Park
Crook O'Lune Caravan Park in Caton,
Lancashire. Crook O'Lune is set on a private manor estate and walking distance to a bar restaurant and tranquil beer garden, the park is surrounded by forest and farmland, but just a short stroll to the quaint village of Caton. With easy motorway access and Kirkby Lonsdale, Lancaster, the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District only a stones throw away, you will find Crook O'Lune a perfect holiday location and base to explore these wonderful areas.
Lodge 48 in Bideford,
Devon. Woolsery is a small village in North Devon, which offers a shop and pub. Hartland Forest is nearby and includes hundreds of acres of woodland. Five miles away is the village of Clovelly, with its pretty cottages, cobbled footpath, and 14th Century harbour. The seashore from Bideford to Bude is part of the National Trust's Heritage Coastline and offers walks and stunning cliffs at Hartland Quay. Bude and the Tamar Lakes offer watersports, which means there is something for everyone.
The Springs in Ryde,
Isle of Wight. Also known as “The Gateway to the Island”, the largest town on the Isle of Wight, Ryde, has been an extremely popular holiday location since the mid 19th century. There is a huge amount to see and do in Ryde, and it is highly accessible to holidaymakers because of the regular catamaran, ferry and hovercraft transport services. Ryde has something for everyone, including a great selection of shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as six miles of gorgeous sandy beaches. The bustling seaside esplanade has plenty of recreational opportunities including an ice rink, tenpin bowling, bowling greens, putting greens, a pretty boating lake and a children’s paddling pool and rides. Everything is within easy reach, making this a very stress-free and relaxing holiday location.
Hoburne Cotswold in Cirencester,
Gloucestershire. A dreamy vision of chocolate-box landscapes, rolling hills and charming stone villages - that' the idyll of tranquillity awaiting you at our Cotswolds holiday park.
Dimmingsdale in Ashbourne,
Derbyshire. Set just 15 minute’s walk from the pedestrian entrance to Alton Towers theme park, the lovely little hamlet of Ramshorn is situated in beautiful green woodland. With rides aimed at everyone, Alton Towers is a great place to visit throughout the whole year and the park doesn’t just cater for thrill seekers. The on site golf course, the waterpark at Cariba Creek and the Alton Towers Spa - with ‘Pamper Day’ packages available – are all well worth visiting. When you’ve finished exploring what Britain’s most popular amusement park has to offer, why not have a look at some of the more sedate activities around the region Attractions like Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Dovedale, and various cycle trails are close by whilst the region also boasts horse riding, rock-climbing and pot holing.
Miramar Lodge in Alnwick,
Northumberland. Best known for its castle, which was recently used as a location for Hogwarts School in the Harry Potter film series, Warkworth is a charming small village with a colourful history and an attractive 1200-year old church.
Primrose Valley Holiday Park
Primrose Valley Holiday Park in Filey,
North Yorkshire. Substantially developed in recent years to become Haven's flagship Park in the North, Primrose Valley's all-action facilities include a terrific multi-level pool complex and water fun area, a boating lake, coarse fishing lake - there's even an adventure Ropes Course. If you and the kids simply want it all, here's the very best of everything.