Family Friendly Luxury Cottages

Whisk the loved ones away for a UK staycation with a stay in one of our family luxury cottages. From swimming pools and hot tubs to games rooms and tennis courts, our luxury holiday cottages offer the very best in self-catering accommodation. With thousands of family-friendly holiday cottages across Britain, we’ve got something for every kind of break.

Our family-friendly cottages come in all shapes and sizes. Whether you’d like a stylish apartment with sea views or perhaps a dog-friendly lodge for the whole pack to enjoy, there’s so much to choose from. We believe that as a family, holidaying shouldn’t be stressful. Which is why our team is on hand to ensure you find the perfect home for your next break. From choosing baby-friendly holiday homes to suggesting the best rural retreats, we’re here to help.

Not sure where to travel to? With so many gorgeous locations in the UK, it can sometimes feel like you’re spoiled for choice! From the wild beauty of the Snowdonia National Park to the award-winning beaches of the Isle of Wight, our cottages can be found all over. So, what are you waiting for? Take a look at our lovely homes and get planning your next big break today!

Best locations for a family luxury cottage

There is so much beauty to explore and enjoy right on your doorstep. Here are some of our most popular destinations for a self-catering holiday cottage.

Isle of Wight

Best for: Escaping it all

Visiting the Isle of Wight is like heading off on a sun, sea and sand summer holiday, without having to sit on a plane for hours. And there’s plenty to do with the fam here, including seaside days out, fun-filled attractions and lots of beautiful landscapes to explore.

Lake District

Best for: Outdoor adventure

The Lake District is guaranteed to spark your sense of adventure, no matter your age. Take your little explorers out for an adrenalin-fuelled day out, get wet and wild on one of the area’s 16 lakes or, if you prefer dry land, visit a local zoo, farm, forest park or activity centre.

Cornwall

Best for: Seaside

Cornwall is the jewel in the South West crown and attracts millions of families every year thanks to its vibrants seaside towns, stunning beaches, excellent surfing and wide range of attractions and activities.

Peak District

Best for: The great outdoors

The Peak District is a stunning area of outstanding natural beauty of windswept moors, rolling hills and cool caverns. But there’s more than walking here; with lots of family attractions to delight all ages from zoos and farms to caves and cable cars.

Scottish Highlands

Best for: Stunning beauty

The Highlands, in Scotland, is the perfect natural playground. Pack a picnic, pull on your wellies and get lost in the mountains or forests that make this area so beautiful.

Best group walks in the UK

There’s no better way to get out and about than to pull on your walking boots and hit the 150,000 miles of footpaths this glorious country has to offer.

Quarr Abbey Woodland

Location: Isle of Wight

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: One mile

Kids will love visiting the pigs, playing in the woods and exploring the Abbey ruins as this short circular walk meanders through Quarr Abbey Woodland.

Haystacks

Location: Lake District

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Five miles

Climb Scarth Gap before scaling the face of Haystacks to take in the beautiful views and drop down to cross Warnscale Beck. There’s often an ice cream van in the car park so you can enjoy relaxing with a cool treat after an exhilarating hike.

Rinsey

Location: Cornwall

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: One mile

Keep an eye on the sea as you take on the Rinsey walk as the dolphins may treat you to a spectacular display amongst the waves.

Robin Hood’s Stride

Location: Peak District

Difficulty: Moderate

Walk length: Three miles

Clamber over rocks and explore caves as you follow the Robin Hood’s Stride path. Little kids (and big kids alike) will have great fun on this walk; there’s even a rope swing to play on!

Rogie Falls

Location: Scottish Highlands

Difficulty: Easy

Walk length: One mile

Watch the salmon splashing in the Blackwater River and the spectacular Rogie Falls cascading down the rocks from a magnificent suspension bridge on this short walk.