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The view of the sea from a holiday house for 8 people close to the beach on Guernsey.1/5French flair & British style
Channel Islands | Both unique culturally as well as scenically – the British islands Guernsey and Jersey directly off the French coastline are a real insider tip for holiday home vacationers.
Per week from USD 1,089show 3 offers
Cannon Barn, a country house for up to ten people, is located in South England, surrounded by sheep.2/5All together
United Kingdom | These holiday houses have at least four bedrooms. Ideal if you are travelling with the extended family or several friends.
Per week from USD 854show 156 offers
Romantic two-person cottage in Devon3/5British cosiness
Great Britain | A traditional cottage is located in the country, is single-storey, has outer walls of natural stone and exposed wooden beams indoors. The most important criterion is, however, that it is extremely cosy.
Per week from USD 497show 58 offers
4/5Vacation with your dog
United Kingdom | With these holiday houses it is explicitely allowed to bring pets so that your faithful four legged friend can also enjoy a relaxing and eventful holiday.
Per week from USD 741show 1,602 offers
Wooden house with modern fittings on a country estate in the Scottish Highlands.5/5Connected to nature
Great Britain | Spend a quaint and cosy holiday on the island of Great Britain in a wooden house in the middle of the countryside.
Per week from USD 538show 29 offers
History, culture and nature at a holiday home on the Channel Islands
Renting a holiday home in the Channel Islands is a great way to enjoy this picturesque corner of the United Kingdom situated just off the French coast. Due to their proximity to France and their status as British territory the islands offer a unique blend of cultures. From the scenic coastline to quiet towns with medieval castles and World War II battlements, the islands have something for everyone. Holiday rentals are perfect for spending some time on the Channel Islands.
Jersey and Guernsey
Jersey and Guernsey are the most popular of the Channel Islands and holiday houses and holiday apartments are a great way to find out why. Visitors to Jersey, an island known for its arts and culture, can enjoy one of the many galleries or take in some live music. Shopping opportunities and restaurants are to be found throughout Jersey, giving visitors many options. The aMaizin! Adventure Park has a corn maze and all sorts of activities which are great for families. Holiday homes in Guernsey allow the visitor to explore the network of tunnels and bunkers left over from World War II as well as the island's ancient castle and historic manor houses. Holiday rentals on either island are ideal for a relaxing break.
The other islands
Holiday houses on any of the Channel Islands are a great choice. Herm is a small but beautiful island with no motor traffic and is a great place to enjoy the quiet charms of peaceful hikes along the coast. Holiday rentals on Sark, also free of motor vehicles, provide a similar experience. Sark offers a more rugged landscape, with steep cliffs and a land bridge connecting the island's two parts. The La Seigneurie Gardens is a great way to spend an afternoon and learn a little of the island's history. A holiday rental on Alderney will give visitors a chance to explore its beautiful beaches, go birdwatching or take a boat trip. Holiday homes and holiday apartments in the Channel Islands make great places to stay, so book one soon.