Best England holiday apartments
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Popular accommodations in England
Residence Inn By Marriott London KensingtonThe self-contained pet friendly apartments at Residence Inn By Marriott London Kensington offers complimentary WiFi in the public areas and a chic separate lounge area with a flat-screen TV and on-demand movies. Boasting contemporary styling, the apartments are just a 3-minute walk from Kensington High Street.Book now
If you are looking for a nice holiday home in England, then look around with us, because we mediate, comparable to Couchsurfing in England, comfortable apartments from private. However, our holiday homes offer you much more freedom and privacy as you don’t have to share them with others. To provide you with as much detail as possible, we have provided the apartments on our pages with numerous photos and information, including current guest comments. For example, you can find out how others have felt in a holiday home in Cornwall or an apartment in Bath and North Somerset.
Interesting and worth seeing around the holiday apartments in England
“England” is often mistakenly equated with “Great Britain”, but it borders Wales and Scotland and is the most densely populated part of the “United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland”. Probably the most popular travel destination in England is London, the capital. In this colourful mix of history and modern lifestyle there are almost endless possibilities to spend interesting holidays. So if you are looking for the right private holiday home in England for a round trip, you could start in London, for example, because there are many daily flights between Germany and the state capital. If you are then drawn from the lively metropolis to the quieter northwest, Apartments in South Lakeland are a good alternative. This district is located in the county of Cumbria on the west coast of the Irish Sea. It is almost perfect if you want to hike for days, e.g. in the Lake District National Park. This 2,172 km² national park encloses a breathtaking mountain and lake landscape with impressive panoramas.
Enjoy your holiday in an apartment in England
Wonderful apartments in England can also be found if you want to spend your holiday in the south of the country, because it not only has a distinct history, but is also full of scenic highlights and interesting cities, such as Brighton. Founded by the Anglo-Saxons in the 5th century, Brighton developed into the most famous and largest seaside resort in England. Here stands the probably most exotic palace in Europe, the Royal Pavilion, which was built between 1815 and 1822 and today serves as a museum. Another landmark adorns the postcards that go almost daily from Brighton to all over the world: the Brighton Pier, also called Brighton Marina and Palace Pier. It was built in 1899 and has lost none of its charm ever since – also due to the reconstruction after a fire and a violent storm. It’s particularly idyllic when you set off to Cornwall in search of the perfect holiday home in England, where picturesque cottages, a wildly romantic coastline and the tranquil atmosphere that has already provided the backdrop for numerous film productions make this region so special. And if you’re thinking about other apartments in the UK, Scotland and Northern Ireland also offer great opportunities for a holiday. Book one of England’s dream apartments now and enjoy a relaxing holiday on these diverse islands.
Latest reviews for places in England
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