If you’re looking forward to a break with the family this year, a self-catering cottage could be the right choice. If you have a baby or younger children you will know the importance of well-equipped accommodation. It is also important to consider local amenities and where your self-catering cottage is located. Here are our top three tips for choosing the perfect self-catering cottage for your family holiday.
When it comes to choosing self-catering accommodation, it’s important to select a reputable provider. There are different ways you can do this, from recommendations to online reviews. Staying in poor quality accommodation with a company that doesn’t care about your needs is a recipe for a disappointing break. When you book luxury 4 or 5 star accommodation, you want to be sure you will get what you have paid for. So how do you make sure your holiday is one to remember for all the right reasons?
Premier Cottages offers a handpicked selection of 87 graded accessible cottages, covering all the categories. These can be found in our Accessible Cottages collection. For guests with mobility problems who do not need full wheelchair-friendly facilities, nearly two thirds of our properties have cottages where all the facilities (including at least one bedroom and bathroom) are available on the ground floor – just use the Ground Floor Facilities filter in our Search. This is also great for families with toddlers!
Cornwall is renowned for its glorious sunny weather and golden sandy beaches. This county at the very tip of England attracts over five million visitors every year. There are plenty of activities and sights for couples, families and nature lovers to enjoy. From surfing and watersports to family days out at the Eden Project, Cornwall is a great choice all year round.
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