Holidays Lodges to let in England
We have 490 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.
Broadland Sands Holiday Park
Broadland Sands Holiday Park in Lowestoft,
Suffolk. Broadland Sands has a great selection of facilities on the park, including a spectacular outdoor pool with 45 metre flume and paddling pool, a family entertainment venue, a sports bar and snooker lounge, plus a restaurant and takeaway.
Chichester Lakeside Holiday Park
Chichester Lakeside Holiday Park in Chichester,
West Sussex. Located just outside the historic town of Chichester, West Sussex the park probably has more water than land! This means 10 large fishing lakes set in over 150 acres of beautiful Sussex countryside and yet the park is just 2 minutes from the A27, giving you quick and easy access to your pitch. Chichester Lakeside is only a few miles from the beach and the traditional seaside resort of Bognor Regis - what an unbelievable location!
No 39 Kenwick Woods
No 39 Kenwick Woods in Louth,
Lincolnshire. Kenwick Woods is an exclusive collection of quality Scandinavian-style lodges set in 80 acres, within the 320 acre Kenwick Park Estate. With a wealth of high quality 'Country Club' style facilities available on the estate, not to mention a championship quality golf course adjacent to the tranquil woodland lodge site; this is an ideal spot for a restful holiday. The market town of Louth is three miles away, in the heart of the Lincolnshire Wolds, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The historic county town of Lincoln is within easy reach with its wonderful cobbled streets, cathedral and castle. Horncastle is an antique lover's dream, while Woodhall Spa, a beautiful inland resort, provides a host of activities and things to do for all the family in addition to its world renowned championship golf course.
No 24 Tattershall Country Park
No 24 Tattershall Country Park in Horncastle,
Lincolnshire. Nestling between the Fens and the Wolds in the heart of Lincolnshire, is Tattershall Lakes Country Park. Tattershall Park consists of 325 acres offering woodlands, lakes and open spaces along with sporting opportunities. There is a 60 acre water skiing and wakeboarding lake, a 45 acre jet skiing lake, a 9 hole golf course, four lakes covering all aspects of coarse fishing, two bars, one with lake views, a restaurant, children's play area and on site supermarket. Lincoln is within easy travelling distance, with its cathedral, castle and shopping or spend a day exploring the coast, visiting nature reserves at Donna Nook and Gibraltar Point.
Endymion in Ringwood,
Dorset. Composed of a scattering of farms and cottages, the little hamlet of Linwood is found towards the western end of the New Forest National Park, not far from Ringwood - a community well served by two pubs renowned for their good food and real ales. The New Forest – the country's smallest National Park – is comprised of 150 square miles of magnificent woodland and heather covered heathland dotted with picturesque villages. The area is famous for its unusual wildlife such as herds of wild ponies, cattle and deer, and a great many species of birds. The forest is full of wonderful paths, which are great for walking, cycling and horse riding with bike hire and pony trekking available from nearby Burley. The famous National Motor Museum at Beaulieu is within easy reach, as are the stunning gardens at Exbury.
Lower Lumb Lodge
Lower Lumb Lodge in Hebden Bridge,
North Yorkshire. Cragg Vale is a picturesque Pennine hamlet located on the longest incline in England on the steep and twisting Cragg Road. Cyclists relish the challenge of riding this difficult route up to beautiful heather filled moorland, 1000 feet above sea level. The village of Luddenden and the wonderful oak woodlands of Jerusalem Farm lie on the other side of the valley, and the town of Hebden Bridge with its bars, restaurants, bistros, markets, art galleries and cinema is also close by. The Parsonage Museum, that pays tribute to the Bronte sisters, The Worth Valley Railway Station, and Skipton (aka the “Gateway to the Dales) are all a scenic drive away. This is a great location for discovering all that the Yorkshire Dales have to offer.
Thornlea Log Cabin
Thornlea Log Cabin in Whitby,
North Yorkshire. Set in the beautiful and peaceful Esk Valley and lying in the heart of The North York Moors is the lovely little village of Danby. This settlement boasts two pubs – both of which serve food – a bakery and a tea room. Also close by is the excellent National Park Visitor Centre at Danby Lodge – a wonderful, historic building which provides exhibitions, nature trails and tea rooms, all set in 13 acres of riverside pasture. Danby also hosts the ruins of a 14th Century castle as well as the only remaining working water mill on the River Esk. Train enthusiasts will also enjoy the scenic Esk Valley Railway line, which runs through the village on its way to the seaside resort of Whitby. The area is full of excellent towns to visit including York, Hutton-le-hole and Lastingham, as well as the villages of Staithes, Saltburn and Robin Hood's Bay.
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.
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.
Corn House in Church Stretton,
Shropshire. Popular with nature lovers, ramblers, equine enthusiasts or those who just enjoy relaxing in bucolic bliss, Plaish and nearby Cardington offers a quiet haven to get away from it all and enjoy a quintessentially English rural break. The larger market towns in the area offer an urban distraction for those who fancy a break from all that peace and quiet, while other attractions in the area include Severn Valley Steam Railway, Action Scott Historic Working Farm, Stokesay Castle and Ironbridge. Fans of the esoteric arts should note: Cardington was owned by the Knights Templar until 1308.