Best United Kingdom holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in United Kingdom
The Franklin London - Starhotels CollezioneSet in the heart of Kensington in central London, just steps from the Victoria and Albert Museum, The Franklin London - Starhotels Collezione offers elegant accommodation with free WiFi access and a Hammam floor. Guests can dine in The Franklin Restaurant by Michelin starred chef Alfredo Russo or enjoy a drink in the bar.Book now
Hilton London OlympiaThe Hilton London Olympia is located on London’s fashionable Kensington High Street, 200 metres from the Olympia Exhibition Centre and within easy access to central London. It offers an on-site restaurant, free high speed Wi-Fi in public areas, a fitness centre and spacious air-conditioned rooms.Book now
Are you looking for a holiday home in Great Britain? Then you should take a closer look at our portfolio, because we have – comparable to Couchsurfing in Great Britain – numerous accommodations in our portfolio that are provided by locals. However, with our private holiday homes in the UK, we offer you much more freedom and privacy so that you can enjoy your trip without restrictions. Book your dream home with us and discover the fascination of Europe’s largest island: we deliver you chic Apartments in Scotland, so you can follow in the footsteps of history and discover impressive castles. Or maybe you would prefer to stay in a holiday apartment in Wales? No matter which region you prefer, with us you will find your apartment or holiday home in Great Britain.
Holiday homes in Great Britain, the historic region full of sights and attractions
Great Britain covers more than 220,000 km² and has been made up of three nations since 1707: England, Wales and Scotland; since 1922 Northern Ireland has also been part of it, so it is officially referred to as the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”. With its fascinating variety of attractions, breathtaking scenery and many leisure activities, you will find it difficult to choose your destination or route for a round trip. Take the coastline alone with a length of almost 12,500 kilometres: a holiday home in Cardiff is perfect, for example, to see the wild and romantic coasts of Wales or Cornwall or to hike in Dartmoor National Park. Or take a closer look at Dover in the southeast to discover why Britain used to be called “Albion”: Impressive chalk cliffs rise proudly and greet the arrivals, who cross from the mainland by ferry.
A holiday home in Great Britain means relaxing holidays
Holiday flats in England are ideal if you want to get to know London during your round trip. After all, you live in one of our Apartments in London like the locals themselves: Such a holiday home in Great Britain is the best starting point to discover this lively metropolis on foot or by public transport. Your hosts will be happy to tell you how best to get to Trafalgar Square or where the hottest clubs are. An Apartment in Belfast we recommend you to explore the Northern Irish capital. Take a look at the famous Belfast Castle or the Grand Opera House built in 1894. Accommodations in Northern Ireland are handy for a round trip where you can explore rugged cliffs, rolling hills and small towns around Lough Neagh, the lowest point in the country and the largest lake in the British Isles. Book an apartment or holiday home in the UK now and embark on an extensive journey of discovery through this fascinating country.
Latest reviews for places in United Kingdom
Great central location, spotlessly clean and very spacious flat.Keith reviewed Ideally Located Spacious Bristol City Centre 3 Bed in Broadmead
Overall, a very good experience and I would definitely rent it again. Very clean, nice space, quiet location and tons of character.
Dryer didn't work well, which was a bit frustrating. Due to heatwave, a fan would have been a welcomed addition. While we didn't have small children, there was no barrier on the front "door" by the main kitchen and living area on the loft. Perhaps adding a few additional horizontal bars could be an inexpensive option to add some safety while still maintaining the aesthetic of the flat. A 3 story drop wouldn't be good for a child, or anyone. Finally, I expected the eclectic decor, which was generally cool. I'd suggest a bit less taxidermy, and the crucifix with skull and cross bones was a bit offensive.Jeffrey reviewed Framery Loft in Hoxton
It is a lovely apartment and in a great location for our purpose. So near to London Bridge station and lots of cafes and restaurants. It is well decorated and equipped. The only thing I would say is that it really doesn't sleep 6 people comfortably. It is a one bedroomed apartment. The double bed and double sofa bed in the living area are fine but the blow up double bed is not ideal - even for kids. Our family of 5 enjoyed our stay there though.Cathy reviewed Stylish Warehouse Apt London Bridge in Borough
The communal wall needs attentionemmanuel reviewed GSES 6C in Southwark