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.
Cottage breaks for couples
Cottage breaks for couples are usually regarded as a romantic break away that gives you a chance to spend some time with your special partner. But snuggling up in front of the fire together at the end of the day is just one aspect of a luxury cottage break. There’s so much more available for couples to enjoy, so here are a few suggestions to make your holiday with your partner even more special:
The bright lights of Blackpool, the Tower, and the Winter Gardens Ballroom – think of Lancashire and you immediately think of kiss-me-quick hats and donkeys on the beach. But this county tucked between Cumbria and the north tip of Wales has much more to offer than sticks of rock and saucy postcards. Across the county are plenty of parks and museums to explore, and the wild, remote and eerie peak of Pendle Hill and Rivington Pike. Here’s a selection of the best attractions that Lancashire has to offer visitors all year round.
If you are lucky enough to be visiting the Peak District you will find so many wonderful places on your door step. Here are a few of the attractions at the Heart of The Peak District. Three of the very best stately homes in the country sit in the very heart of Britain’s first national
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