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Discover history and culture with classic country holiday cottages in England

England, the largest country in the United Kingdom, is rightly considered one of the world’s best countries to visit. Here you’ll find history in abundance, a friendly and diverse population, natural beauty and a cultural landscape that few other countries on earth can match. From the buzz of thriving London to the green pastures of the Lake District and everything in between, holiday rentals like country cottages and city apartments in England let you explore a country which offers a little something for everyone.

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Holiday homes and cottages with a garden

Aiming to enjoy time outside during your stay in England? Book a holiday home with a garden for your trip. See our range of accommodation with gardens and find a holiday rental today - al-fresco dining, lawn games and outdoor fun with friends, family and pets await!

Cottage  Chatton
2 Nov - 9 Nov
-68%
£262
£84 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Cottage in Chatton with Garden + Countryside Views

Chatton, Northumberland, England
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Cottage  Lancashire
2 Mar - 9 Mar
-68%
£206
£66 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Lancashire with Hot Tub & Garden

4.9
Outstanding (6 ratings)
Lancashire, England, United Kingdom
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Cottage  Praa Sands
29 Nov - 6 Dec
-50%
£188
£94 per night
Cottage ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Cottage in Praa Sands with Upper Patio

4.7
Excellent (16 ratings)
Praa Sands, Breage, England
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Apartments and holiday lettings with a kitchen

Looking for self-catering accommodation in England? Find the perfect letting for you with our selection of England holiday rentals with kitchens. Well-appointed and equipped with plenty of cooking appliances, these holiday homes are great for self-catered stays.

Lodge  Mablethorpe and Sutton
2 Nov - 9 Nov
£74 per night
Lodge ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Modern Lodge in Mablethorpe And Sutton with Hot Tub

Mablethorpe and Sutton, East Lindsey District, England
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Cottage  Alnmouth
19 Apr - 26 Apr
-66%
£211
£72 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Alnmouth with Fantastic Balcony + Superb Views

Alnmouth, Northumberland, England
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Cottage  Saint Just
9 Mar - 16 Mar
-73%
£775
£209 per night
Cottage ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Cottage in Saint Just with Garden, Sauna & Barbecue + Amazing Views

4.7
Excellent (3 ratings)
Saint Just, Cornwall, England
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Holiday rentals with wifi

Whether it's for working remotely or streaming your favourite shows, internet access can be an indispensable amenity when it comes to choosing a holiday home. Check out HomeToGo's range of holiday lettings with WiFi in England and enjoy a fast and reliable internet connection during your stay.

Cottage  Glenridding
1 Nov - 8 Nov
-35%
£136
£88 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cosy Cottage in Glenridding with Private Parking + Spectacular Views

Glenridding, Patterdale, England
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Lodge  Ilfracombe
4 Jan - 11 Jan
-63%
£210
£77 per night
Lodge ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Lodge in Ilfracombe with Stylish Patio + Amazing Views

Ilfracombe, North Devon District, England
Internet
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Cottage  Cadgwith
2 Nov - 9 Nov
-60%
£267
£106 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Cadgwith with Garden

Cadgwith, Grade-Ruan, England
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Accommodation Weymouth
6 Dec - 13 Dec
-17%
£135
£112 per night
Accommodation ∙ 3 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Letting in Weymouth + Next to Beach

4.7
Excellent (31 ratings)
Weymouth, Weymouth and Portland District, England
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Cottage Cresswell
31 Jan - 7 Feb
-12%
£164
£145 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Charming Cottage in Cresswell with Garden + Picturesque View

5.0
Outstanding (2 ratings)
Cresswell, Northumberland, England
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Cottage Amble
16 Nov - 23 Nov
-55%
£139
£63 per night
Cottage ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Lovely Cottage in Amble with Pool, Terrace & Garden + Fabulous Views + Beach Nearby

4.8
Outstanding (42 ratings)
Amble, Amble By the Sea, England
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Find a holiday letting matching your expectations among the 438,765 unique holiday rentals from different providers in England. By directly analysing these different offers, HomeToGo features the best deals as well as the most popular properties in England.

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House Downderry
30 Mar - 6 Apr
£67 per night
House ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Lovely House in Downderry with Large Patio + Superb Views

4.8
Outstanding (28 ratings)
Downderry, Deviock, England
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Chalet Norton
16 Nov - 23 Nov
-15%
£54
£46 per night
Chalet ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Chalet in Norton with Easy Parking + Rural Views

4.7
Excellent (26 ratings)
Norton, Dartmouth, England
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Cottage Ditchling
9 Nov - 16 Nov
-43%
£85
£49 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Ditchling with Terrace, Garden & Barbecue

4.4
Very good (13 ratings)
Ditchling, Lewes District, England
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Apartment Torquay
20 Apr - 27 Apr
-21%
£136
£108 per night
Apartment ∙ 5 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Flat in Torquay

Torquay, Torbay, England
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Cottage Marazion
7 Dec - 14 Dec
-65%
£232
£81 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Wonderful Cottage in Marazion with Large Balcony

5.0
Outstanding (3 ratings)
Marazion, Cornwall, England
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Cottage Penzance
23 Mar - 30 Mar
-88%
£440
£55 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cottage in Penzance

Penzance, Cornwall, England
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House Woolacombe
16 Nov - 23 Nov
-37%
£306
£193 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 5 bedrooms

Family Friendly House in Woolacombe with Large Balcony + Panoramic Views

5.0
Outstanding (6 ratings)
Woolacombe, Mortehoe, England
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House Perranwell Station
20 Apr - 27 Apr
-51%
£271
£134 per night
House ∙ 9 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Perranwell Station with Garden, Barbecue & Terrace + Village Views

4.9
Outstanding (17 ratings)
Perranwell Station, Perranarworthal, England
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Cottage Seahouses
11 Mar - 18 Mar
-28%
£155
£112 per night
Cottage ∙ 6 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Cottage in Seahouses

4.8
Outstanding (44 ratings)
Seahouses, North Sunderland, England
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Budget-friendly Holiday Homes in England

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Lodge Wyberton
25 Oct - 1 Nov
-40%
£190
£114 per night
Lodge ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Lodge in Wyberton with Hot Tub + Fantastic Views

5.0
Outstanding (1 rating)
Wyberton, Boston, England
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Lodge Kingston
6 Jan - 13 Jan
-20%
£110
£89 per night
Lodge ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Lodge in Kingston with Terrace, Garden & Barbecue + Panoramic Views

Kingston, Kingston Near Lewes, England
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Cottage Thornton Dale
13 Apr - 20 Apr
-36%
£116
£74 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cottage in Thornton Dale with Garden + Panoramic Views

4.2
Very good (10 ratings)
Thornton Dale, Thornton-le-Dale, England
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Cottage Cullompton
15 Nov - 22 Nov
-49%
£107
£55 per night
Cottage ∙ 2 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cottage in Cullompton with Private Parking + Beautiful Views

4.7
Excellent (3 ratings)
Cullompton, Mid Devon District, England
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Cottage Dartmouth
2 Mar - 9 Mar
-66%
£194
£65 per night
Cottage ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cottage in Dartmouth with Private Parking + Spectacular Views

4.5
Excellent (2 ratings)
Dartmouth, South Hams District, England
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Lodge York
15 Apr - 22 Apr
-56%
£233
£103 per night
Lodge ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Traditional Lodge in York with Sauna, Hot Tub

5.0
Outstanding (1 rating)
York, England, United Kingdom
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Popular holiday rental amenities in England

  • Pet-friendly (76,182)
  • Pool (29,912)
  • Hot tub (21,276)
  • WiFi (402,311)
  • Parking (32,338)
  • TV (394,873)
  • Garden (215,372)
  • Kitchen (321,446)
  • Fireplace (79,533)
  • Dishwasher (149,381)
  • Balcony/patio (117,420)
  • Grill (55,561)

Using our filters can help you find the ideal holiday rental in England. In England, 378,598 properties include Internet. Consequently, if you can't imagine a holiday without internet, select the Internet filter to see these properties. Fewer holiday homes in England are available if you want a rental with a pool or you want a rental with a jacuzzi , as Pool and Hot tub are not very common features in England.

Price and Availability Index for England

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Holiday Letting Price Information in England

We analysed price data and summarised our findings in this graph, which shows holiday rental prices for the upcoming months in England. Prices during one week in August (03/08 – 10/08) go up to £215 per night, which is the highest average price in the next 12 months. The cheapest week in which to book a holiday letting is in January (11/01 – 18/01).

Rental availability information in England

The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals in England. In one week of January (11/01 – 18/01), 72% of the holiday homes are booked. The week with the most available holiday lettings is in April (27/04 – 04/05), with 74 of the holiday rentals available.

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Accommodation options for your holiday in England

One-third of the accommodation options (33.91%) in England are apartment rental. They are the most common holiday rentals on offer there. Apartment rental there have an average price of £236 per night as well as a median size of 85 m². Moreover, the majority of apartment rental in England are able to welcome 5 people, which makes England an excellent destination for medium-sized groups and families. Holidaymakers who would prefer an alternative to a apartment rental can, with HomeToGo's fantastic range, also find an ideal cottage for them. This property type is the second most popular accommodation option in England. Our data shows that the standard cost of cottage is £216 per night for an area of 125 m².
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Staycation Swaps for International Hotspots:

5 destinations in England that feel like they’re abroad - as identified by AI

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From seaside towns with Blue Flag beaches to serene lakeside settings and islands dotted with pretty villages, England has no shortage of picturesque places to visit for summer holidays. Survey insight from HomeToGo's 2023 Summer Travel Forecast shows that holidays closer to home are likely to remain a popular choice amongst Brits for summer 2023, with savings and sustainability front of mind for many.

For travellers who are set on staycationing, but looking for a location which still offers a sense of having truly gotten away from the everyday, HomeToGo has put together a list of 'Staycation Swaps': domestic destinations which, according to AI, closely mirror five of summer 2023’s top international tourist hotspots.

Discover which of England's holiday destinations are the best matches for top travel spots across Portugal, Spain, Italy and France with the list below . . .

Swap Carvoeiro in the Algarve, Portugal, for St Ives in Cornwall

With its stunning golden-sand beaches, turquoise waves, pretty streets of white-washed houses and temperate climate, the seaside town of St Ives on the rugged Cornish coastline was identified as a top match for sunny Carvoeiro in the Algarve.

Swap Moraira on the Costa Blanca, Spain, for Falmouth in Cornwall

Falmouth’s large natural harbour, laid-back ambiance and proximity to Blue Flag Beaches earned it a spot as England’s equivalent of this picturesque Spanish town. Both destinations are also home to historic fortresses, with Pendennis Castle in Cornwall and Castillo de Moraira on the Costa Blanca.

Swap Limone sul Garda in Lombardy, Italy, for Bowness-on-Windermere in Cumbria

Situated on the shores of England’s largest lake and surrounded by lush countryside, Bowness-on-Windermere was a natural pairing for this iconic Italian location. The charming town boasts endless scenic views with plenty of opportunities for relaxing, boating and hiking nearby.

Swap Île de Ré in Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France, for the Isle of Wight

For a summer staycation with some sense of joie de vivre, head to the Isle of Wight. From Godshill to Colwell Bay and from Carisbrooke Castle to the Coastal Path, the island’s pretty villages, plentiful beaches, historic sites and walking trails mirror those found in this idyllic French destination.

Swap Positano on the Amalfi Coast, Italy for Dartmouth in Devon

Reminiscent of the vibrant cliffside Positano, Dartmouth’s steep and narrow streets are lined with colourful homes from which one can enjoy views of Kingswear across the River Dart. Similar to the pebbled shores of the Almalfi coast, many of Dartmouth’s scenic nearby beaches are shingle.

Methodology

Top destinations based on searches via hometogo.co.uk carried out between 17th April 2022 - 17th April 2023 with a check in date between 21st June 2023 - 23rd September 2023. Staycation swap recommendations based on answers from ChatGPT-4 in response to the question: “Based on factors such as landscape, climate, things to do and see, and visitor reviews, which town or village in the United Kingdom is most similar to [destination] in [country] for a holiday?”. Data collected in April 2023.

Where to find the best food in England?

England’s nightlife

England caters for people who enjoy all different kinds of nightlife. Young lively things will find cities across the country offering some of Europe’s best nightlife, especially in Newcastle, Liverpool and London. Head to the nightlife centre in any of these three cities and you’ll find many spots – from bars to nightclubs – packed to the rafters on Friday and Saturday nights.

But you don’t have to be out all night to enjoy England’s nightlife. The collective home is the local pub, which is best thought of as a community living room where you can unwind with friends over a pint of lager or real ale. It’s a friendly atmosphere, so spend your Saturday night here instead of staying in at England holiday lettings.

What is the weather like in England?

Weather in England

England has a reputation for being cold and grey, but that doesn’t tell the whole story. While it can hardly be said that the country is constantly basking in sunshine, spring and summer do bring pleasant conditions. Winters are generally dry, too, with crisp and sunny mornings typical. That being said, it can always rain, even if just for an hour, so make sure you have some waterproof clothing packed ready for England holiday lettings.

What are the top sights in England?

England’s best sights

England packs a lot in for a country of a relatively modest size. Whether your main interests are cities, quaint villages, history or nature, you’ll find what you’re looking for, wherever your England holiday letting is situated.

London is rightly regarded as the must-visit destination in England. This spectacular city has history and beautiful buildings seemingly on every corner, but it doesn’t rest on its laurels. This is a modern, ever-evolving city. Main highlights include Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, Big Ben, the British Museum and Hyde Park, along with many cool art galleries, neighbourhoods and, of course, pubs.

Once you’ve left the chaos of London, you’ll find many other excellent cities beyond. Liverpool and Manchester in the north-west have established themselves as cool, lively cities with excellent nightlife and art scenes, while cities such as York boast a history nearly as magnificent as London’s. Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace, is a must visit for fans of literature.

If you have a car during your stay at England holiday lettings, you’ll be able to experience England’s beautiful natural vistas. In Dorset, visitors can walk along the stunning Jurassic Coast, a 152 kilometer stretch of cliffs and beautiful coastline. In the north of England lies the Lake District National Park, an extensive area filled with mountains, valleys and lakes. Visit Bowness-on-Windermere and experience an area which is English through and through.

What are the best places to discover the arts and culture of England?

England’s thriving cultural scene

England has always been global leader in culture and the arts. In virtually every major city you’ll find theatres, historic art, music and a bustling modern scene. As may be expected, most of these are found in London. Check out The National Gallery, Brick Lane Gallery and the Tate Modern for the best art, and also take in a theatre show in the world-famous West End.

In Liverpool you’ll find another Tate museum and the Walker Art Gallery, while in Birmingham you’ll find the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, one of the country’s most important museums. The Lowry in Manchester is one of the best modern art galleries, with works of art and performances taking place.

Where are the unique attractions in England?

England - this means, strictly speaking, the entire United Kingdom including Northern Ireland. The island in the Atlantic is rich in many attractions and offers a level of variety that is unparalleled. The British are a stubborn people, but once you have taken them into your heart, you will like them. To get to know Great Britain better, it is advisable to plan exactly what you want to see and where you want to go before your vacation. Should you want to visit the metropolis of London, it is advisable to plan about a week more of time, as the sheer extent of attractions here is simply overwhelming. But Great Britain has more to offer than just the cosmopolitan city of London. Far off the beaten tourist tracks you will find another, original Great Britain, which is very much characterized by its climatic conditions and agriculture. So how about a little trip to tranquil Wales, which was probably the most beautiful and rustic part of the United Kingdom? Or else a side trip to the Scottish Highlands to beautiful Edinburgh? Far away from the large metropolitan areas, you get to know the British and their peculiarities only really. And it is precisely this cultural and regional diversity that makes the island a real experience for young & old.

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England is more than just soccer and fish & chips. If you haven't been to the island, here are some facts and figures we've gathered for you

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Sights and attractions

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England has a lot to offer the visitor. We recommend starting the trip a little away from the usual tourist magnets, first of all to get to know the country and its people better. And so you should start your trip in Wales in the South West of England, which is probably one of the most tranquil spots on the island. Here you will find vast green land, the so-called Rolling Hills and endless pastures with flocks of sheep. If you want to experience pure nature, Wales is the right place for you. In this corner of the country there are also numerous castles and fortresses steeped in history, such as the Harlech Castle, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. If you want to experience even more nature, head to the Snowdonia National Park. The region in the north of Wales is a popular national park, which is especially known for its breathtaking mountain ranges. To find out how it is to live as a Welshman, the Museum of Welsh Life in the capital Cardiff, is the best starting point. Here you get a comprehensive insight into the history of Wales, from the Celts to the present day. After so much nature, it pulls one then nevertheless again in direction instead. Thank God Cardiff is not far away. The tenth largest city in Great Britain is the cultural and political center of Wales and has a lot to offer besides the Cardiff Castle, which gave the city its name. A little insider tip on our part: if you don't want to go to big Cardiff, you should make a little detour to Abergavenny. This small town, surrounded by two mountains, is Wales as you usually see it only on postcards. Romantic little streets with stores, old brick houses and over all hangs an air of Welsh coziness. Should you stay in the city in late summer, it is worth a visit to theAbergavenny Food Festival on which many regional specialties are presented. From Wales we go to Scotland , more precisely, to Edinburgh. Just like Wales, Scotland is a region that puts a lot of emphasis on its culture. The capital of Scotland is one of the most beautiful cities on the island and charms the visitor with its lively charm. Particularly worth seeing here are the Edinburgh Castle from which you have a great panoramic view over the city, and the National Gallery of Scotland, which houses an extensive collection of contemporary art.

One island, many differences: regional cuisine in England

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You should definitely try the specialty of the region, the so-called Welsh Cakes. These small dough patties are usually fried, similar to pancakes in fat and then sprinkled with sugar. Inside you can also find raisins, which make the whole thing a delicious little snack in the morning or with coffee. All in all, the Wales region is one of the most culinarily diverse corners of England. Here you can also find delicious, mostly still homemade cheese or sausage. But also otherwise the British cuisine shows itself quite versatile. Who would have thought that the actually from India originating dish Chicken Tikka Massala is now an integral part of the British menu? But also classics like Fish & Chips the well-known Baked Beans or the Yorkshire Pudding should be tried. A food of a slightly different kind is the Scottish national dish Haggis, a kind of conglomerate of different innards of sheep. Haggis may not be to everyone's taste, but the Scots love it and even today major holidays are celebrated with only haggis.

Transportation and public transport

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Generally, the network of public transport in England is very well developed. In particular, larger cities like Cardiff or Edinburgh have a well-developed system of buses that get you from A to B quickly. In addition, there are regional trains that connect the outlying towns with the city center. Between the cities it is also easy to travel by train. However, to get to know the country best, it is recommended to rent a car (you will get used to the left-hand traffic quite quickly) and drive along the country roads. Even if the travel time is significantly longer, it is worth it. From Germany there are some direct flights to different regions of England. The most important ones are: the London- Heathrow airport, the Manchester airport and the Birmingham airport. Those who prefer to arrive by their own car can also take the ferry from, for example, Calais across the Channel to Dover and continue their journey from there.

What are the must-see attractions in England?

England: Cultural treasures

Windsor Castle

This stunning castle, located close to the capital, is one of the Queen's official residences. Parts of the castle, including magnificent rooms, are open to the public and can be visited along with the surrounding grounds.

Stonehenge

This ancient Wiltshire-based monument was erected between 2000 and 3000BC and has astounded people for millennia. A British historical icon, it is thought to have been a burial ground.

Big Ben

Officially-speaking, Big Ben is the nickname for the bell housed inside the Queen Elizabeth Tower. The world-famous clock is situated next to the Houses or Parliament and offers excellent photography opportunities.

Tower Bridge

Built between 1886 and 1894, Tower Bridge spans the mighty River Thames. If you're lucky, you might even see the bridge open to let boats pass through.

London Eye

This giant Ferris wheel was commissioned to celebrate the new millennium and has since become a London icon and outstanding visitor attraction, offering unparalleled views of the capital.

Information about holiday rentals in England

🏡 Holiday homes available 438,765 rentals
💳 Discounts available up to 51%
🌙 Nightly prices from £14
⭐ Popular amenities Pets allowed, Pool and Hot tub
🐾 Pet friendly rentals 68,807 properties
🏊 Holiday rentals with pools 28,975 properties
1,157 reviews
England holiday rentals have an average rating of 4.4/5 across 1,157 reviews left by travellers.

Frequently Asked Questions

How many accommodation are available to book in England?

Currently there are 438,765 holiday homes from 322 different providers on offer in England.

What is the most popular holiday rental amenity in England?

When choosing a holiday home in England, consider looking for a place with Pets allowed, Pool, or Hot tub, which are the most popular amenities for this destination.

How many holiday homes in England have a pool?

Holiday rentals with pools are 7 of all offers in England with an average rate of £277 per night.

May i bring my pet while staying in a England accommodation?

Dogs are welcome in England which is home to 68,807 pet-friendly holiday apartments.

What's the perfect time to travel to England?

July and August are usually the warmest months in England, while April and February are most arid months.

How do I find deals on holiday accommmodation in England?

You can get brilliant bargains on holiday rentals in England with the cost per night for a rental beginning at £14 - and HomeToGo has launched a range of features that make it a piece of cake to locate some awesome deals. When choosing the dates for your break, search with HomeToGo's flexible dates technology to scan for great value date options and find savings of up to 51%. In addition, HomeToGo's 'distance from' filter can help you find hidden treasure holiday rentals in great value, under-the-radar locales that are just as close to the area of your choice, whether that's sand and sea, a mountain for snowboarding, or a city's urban hub. Book early to take advantage of the greatest variety of options and low prices - and do so without worries by utilising HomeToGo's 'free cancellation' filter when using the website or app.

What are the advantages of finding a holiday rental in England with HomeToGo?

From serenity away from the crowds to more space in which to have fun with your loved ones, holiday homes in England offer plenty of benefits. HomeToGo provides genuine ratings written by previous guests, and searching is secure, simple, and stress-free - so with 438,765 rentals from 322 providers in the region, you're guaranteed to locate the perfect place to stay with the amenities and features you need in England.

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