Holidays Lodges to let in England
We have 478 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.
Sailaway in Barton Turf,
Norfolk. A real gem perfect for a romantic break this unique property boasts a pretty veranda and an ideal location just 500 yards from the wide expanses of water on Barton Broad where visitors can fish hire boats launch their own boats on the public slipway or simply enjoy the waterborne world going by. Set in the grounds of the owners' home and offering a high standard of comfort as well as its own private patio and blissful hot tub this lovingly restored holiday retreat enjoys a wonderfully relaxing ambience. Gorgeous North Norfolk beaches Wroxham's restaurants and river boat trips (4 miles) and medieval Norwich with its cathedral and excellent shopping are all just a short drive. Pub and shop 1½ miles.
The Hop Pocket
The Hop Pocket in Maidstone,
Kent. The Hop Pocket sits directly screened from the farm house and boasts views out across the river at the bottom of the garden and undulating landscape beyond. The lodge is within the farmyard behind the barn which has sheep throughout the year. The village of Sutton Valence is only a couple of miles and has a choice of 4 village pubs (3 serving food) a church shops and post office. Golfers will be spoilt for choice with three golf courses within 3 miles and world famous fishing is over a mile away. The area is teeming with places to explore whether on foot by train bus or car. Sissinghurst Castle Leeds Castle and all the attractions of Maidstone are within 5 miles. A little further afield are the beaches at Camber Sands and Rye. Staplehurst is close by with a mainline service direct to Charing Cross.
Orchard Cottage in Mellis,
Suffolk. A perfect rural idyll this lovely very comfortable cottage lies peacefully on the Norfolk/Suffolk border. Set in its own garden it overlooks horses grazing on the owners six acre smallholding at the edge of ancient Mellis Common, rich in wildflowers and managed by the Suffolk Wildlife Trust. The historic towns of Diss and Eye are under 5 miles and the Norfolk and Suffolk coasts, RSPB Minsmere, the Broads, Bressingham Gardens and Norwich city are all an easy drive. Pub 1/4 mile, shops 3 miles.
Juliots Well Holiday Park
Juliots Well Holiday Park in Camelford,
Cornwall. Situated in 33 acres of beautiful woodland with panoramic views across stunning Cornish countryside, Juliot's Well provides the perfect base for exploring the picture postcard villages and delightful coastline that North Cornwall has to offer.
Adamsfield Kingfisher in Tremaine,
Cornwall. Within a short drive of fine surfing beaches on the north Cornwall coast (Crackington Haven and Widemouth are both about 10 miles) these two cosy and comfortable pine lodges enjoy a peaceful setting in 14 acres of shared grounds with three fishing lakes. Wildlife abounds and children will love the friendly chickens and ponies. The bustling town of Bude's sandy beach and canal (12 miles) and the quaint harbours of Boscastle Port Isaac and Tintagel are all easily accessible as are the Camel cycle trail to Padstow walking on Bodmin Moor Launceston and Lanhydrock (N.T.). Shop and pub 4½ miles.
Oaklands Lodges in Mount Pleasant,
Derbyshire. Amidst the lovely countryside of the National Forest and surrounded by one acre of peaceful landscaped grounds with a wildlife pond these three beautifully styled and smartly furnished timber lodges offer a truly relaxing holiday experience.
Michaelstow Manor Holiday Park
Michaelstow Manor Holiday Park in Bodmin,
Cornwall. Set in 11 acres of rolling natural gardens, this holiday park nestles at the foothills of Bodmin Moor and offers you everything you need for a carefree and relaxing family holiday.
The Bull Pen
The Bull Pen in Stody,
Norfolk. In tranquil rural seclusion just 4 miles from the glorious north Norfolk coast this beautifully converted former bull pen (shown right) provides a superbly appointed holiday base for all seasons. Set with its own patio in the grounds of the owners' home it lies 2 miles from the popular Georgian town of Holt with its quaint shops galleries and splendid restaurants whilst coastal and river walks sailing and fishing can all be enjoyed close by. Seal watching boat trips depart from the fishing villages of Blakeney and Morston and RSPB reserves at Titchwell and Salthouse are a short drive as are sandy beaches at Sheringham and Cromer's traditional seaside delights. National Trust properties at Blickling and Felbrigg and fine shopping in the medieval cathedral city of Norwich are also easily accessible. Pub and shop 1 mile.