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.
Thornwick Bay Holiday Village
Thornwick Bay Holiday Village in Bridlington,
East Yorkshire. Thornwick Bay is jam-packed full of facilities for your fun and convenience, from our lovely pools, sports and play areas, to bars and restaurants you can enjoy a nice drink and a yummy bite to eat.
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.
The Chalet in Burnham On Sea,
Somerset. Just a short drive from the beautiful beaches and varied amenities of Burnham on Sea is the peaceful Somerset village of Watchfield. With seven miles of unspoiled sandy beaches, visitors have the opportunity to go sailing, fishing and enjoy donkey rides.
Steeple Bay Holiday Park
Steeple Bay Holiday Park in Southminster,
Essex. Situated near Southminster, Essex with boat access to Mayland Creek via our own slipway Steeple Bay holiday Park is the perfect water-lovers paradise. Enjoys the view across the water to Osea Island where celebrities and millionaires fly in by helicopter to de-stress!!
Hoburne Doublebois in Liskeard,
Cornwall. A haven of peace... an idyllic country hideaway in Cornwall. Modern and traditional holiday lodges, golf and pure relaxation are the order of the day here, as you enjoy everything this park has to offer.
On the edge of Bodmin Moor, near to surfing paradise Newquay, the Eden Project, Padstow and the beautiful Cornish Coastline - Hoburne Doublebois is the ideal Park for relaxing family holidays in Cornwall.
Yellowtop Country Park
Yellowtop Country Park in York,
Yorkshire. Yellowtop Country Park is located in the heart of Yorkshire, sitting lakeside. Safe & secure on a private park (10 Acres). Accommodated in one of only 19 stylish four star self catering lodges, with every home comfort. Including car parking by your door.
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.
Hoburne Naish in New Milton,
Hampshire. If you're looking for the perfect Holiday Park on the border of Hampshire and Dorset, take a long, lingering look at Hoburne Naish... with its cliff-top location, dazzling views across the Solent and nearby beaches, it's the ideal destination for all kinds of family holidays.
New Beach Holiday Park
New Beach Holiday Park in Dymchurch,
Kent. Oh I do like to be beside the seaside! Well you cant get much closer to the sea than at New Beach, just over the road from the Kent coast between Dymchurch and Hythe. You wont be short of things to do, thats for sure. Kids love it!
Hilary in Bewdley,
Herefordshire. The market town of Bewdley sits on the banks of the River Severn, and is close to the medieval Wyre Forest, with its many walks and cycle trails. Bewdley offers much to delight visitors, with a good choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants along the riverside, many tiny shops, antique and craft galleries, and all surrounded by beautiful countryside with gentle rolling hills, steep wooded valleys and meandering rivers offering many opportunities to discover a rich diversity of wildlife. The area has some of the best attractions in the country, with the Severn Valley Steam Railway, West Midlands Safari Park, numerous National Trust properties and many colourful events throughout the year, including riverside festivals and regattas, open air concerts and family activities.