Here at UK-Holiday-Shop.co.uk we're delighted to announce that we've got a whole new bunch of holiday cottages to choose from.
This time we've teamed up with a stalwart of holiday cottages down in south-west England called "West Country Cottages".
I believe I'm right in saying we all want choice when deciding on which holiday cottage is right for us; and
that's why we're always on the lookout for new cottages to add to our already pretty extensive collection. And we're lucky
enough not to just add new cottages this week - but to add a whole new cottage holiday supplier. "West Country Cottages" has been around since the 1980s - which, to me, doesn't seem that long ago. Although counting back through the years now,
it's become apparent that this was, actually, some time ago; so West Country Cottages has indeed been around for 25 years.
With 25 years' service to the cottage holiday business, West Country Cottages will certainly know a thing or two about making the most of your holiday.
Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset
West Country Cottages, as the name rightly suggests, can be found in the west country; and, unsurprisingly, offers holiday cottages in this part
of the world. Should you want to head down Land's End way, you'll find
holiday cottages in Cornwall.
Or for Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall there's
holiday cottages in Dorset.
being neatly sandwiched in-between.
Should you be on the lookout for a romantic short break on the south coast; or
a family holiday in the depths of Cornwall, it's well worth seeing what
West Country Cottages can offer you.
Want to see the cottages?
Of course, you're going to want to see the cottages available from West Country Cottages. So,
to that end, we've got all the West Country Cottages available in each of those four counties: find cottages in
Just as a final note, although we'd highly recommend "West Country Cottages" for a holiday cottage, there
are more cottages to look at - you can see the entire selection of holiday cottages in
Have a look round and see whether the holiday you're looking for is out there waiting for you.
If the thought of a villa holiday sounds good - but you've got children in tow, have a look at villa resorts which combine the advantages of having your own villa with the advantages of a resort's facilities.
Find a selection of holiday cottage in Beccles, Suffolk. The cottages of Riverside House, Butterfield House, Northgate Bakery, Honeysuckle Cottage and Burnt Hill House all have a video showing their location in Beccles.
Try a villa holiday in Europe and the Mediterranean during March, April and May. James Villas Spring Holidays is the place to look - and if you get in early enough you could get a bargain in the James Villa Holidays Half Price Sale.
Located next to the beach and surrounded by the Lagoa dos Salgados Lagoon and nature reserve, Vidamar Algarve Resort is a villa resort with holiday villas sleeping between 4 and 8 people. All villas at Vidamar Algarve Resort have their own pool.
A fabulous day out, the Falkirk Wheel links the Union Canal with the Forth and Clyde Canal. You have a variety of attractions at the Falkirk Wheel, including an Archimedes Screw, hire a cycle, paddle boats, or just a nice walk.
See the sights from the top of the Nevis Range in Scotland. Take a gondola up the mountain, and get some views from the Sgurr Finnisg-aig view point. You can always cycle down too - or take the cable car back down again.
How about a family holiday in the sun? The Balearic Islands make a lovely location for a holiday. We were recently fortunate enough to spend a few days at the all-inclusive resort of Marina Parc on Menorca. Close to the beach at Arenal d'en Castell, Marina Parc also comes with its own water park.