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Holiday Cottages sleep 6 people in England for a self catering holiday

 

 

  • Cottages sleep 6 in England - self catering holiday cottages that sleep 6 people

England abounds in beautiful rural locations and fascinating historic places to visit. One thing we do very well in England is preserve and present history to tourists through the use of pageantry and exhibitions. Our stately homes and castles and museums are outstanding. Various organisations such as English Heritage and the National Trust maintain large period properties and their lovely gardens for people to visit and enjoy. For many English people, an afternoon or day at one of these historic properties is a good day out and often includes lunch or afternoon tea.

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The English are most fond of gardens and like nothing better than browsing around a cottage garden, formal gardens or a country estate.

Our national parks are dotted around England from the chalky hills of the South Downs all the way up to the Lakes of Cumbria and the moors and woodlands of the Northumberland National Park in the north of England.

The lush green countryside of England offers a wealth of places for walks, the coast is peppered with beaches, ports, harbours and offers sailing and waters ports.

A popular type of holiday accommodation is a self-catering cottage which is essentially a fully equipped 'home from home' where families can live comfortably as they would at home.

 

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Family self catering cottage holidays in England

 

One of the nicest locations in England for a family holiday is the Isle of Wight, just off the south coast across from Southampton. This small island relies heavily on tourism and is proud of its reputation of being '50 years behind the times'. Inland there is pretty countryside that is bisected in all directions by footpaths and bridleways.

The beaches fringing the island are good for old fashioned seaside holidays. The island exhibits a microcosm of English attributes and hospitality and is very well developed for family holidays of all kinds.

Find out more about holidays in the Isle of Wight.