Welcome to Heritage Holiday Cottages
Welcome to Heritage Holiday Cottages – a collection of significant self catering holiday cottages with history in the UK and beyond, for that unique holiday cottage experience.
Favourites include notable holiday cottages in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Sussex and Hampshire; listed self catering cottages in the Lake District and the Peak District; and clebrated cottages in the Cotswolds and throughout Norfolk, East Anglia and Kent. Not forgetting historically important self catering properties in Northumberland and Yorkshire, and heritage estate cottages throughout Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
There’s no advanced search facility here – just click on your preferred area and see what opportunities arise to immerse yourself in that region’s formative history.
And you can rest assured that you will also pay the best possible rate for your cottage. You book direct with the cottage owner and pay no booking fees or commission on this website.
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Kirkdale Estate is a stunning coastal estate which has two self catering holiday cottages with spectacular, uninterrupted sea views over the magnificent Wigtown Bay in Dumfries and Galloway, South West Scotland.
A chocolate-box 16th Century thatched cottage nestled in the centre of the beautiful village of Lustleigh - voted best village on Dartmoor by the Daily Telegraph.
The property is Grade 2 listed located on a pedestrianised street dating from the Georgian period and is set in a conservation area adjacent to Worcester Cathedral. The composer Sir Edward Elgar lived here as a child in Victorian times.
The three carriages, all ex BR Mk2 First Class Corridor stock, were built in Derby during 1968-9. They are now exceptionally well equipped for self catering, having undergone a comprehensive conversion.
Ardmaddy Estate's quiet tranquillity and utter peace soothe the soul and rests the senses. Surrounded by woodland, hills, moors and sea, this area makes a perfect base for walking, cycling or simply relaxing with dramatic scenery as a back drop in front of an open fire.