Property Rentals in England United Kingdom Holiday Homes
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Fabulous, Score from 497 reviews
Kensington and Chelsea, London
The stylish Ashburn Hotel has boutique bedrooms with free Wi-Fi and turndown gifts. The hotel is situated on the famous Cromwell Road, just 500 metres from the Natural History Museum. 1 person is looking at this guest house. More
Latest booking: 2 hours ago
Good, Score from 226 reviews
These luxury suites with free broadband are well-placed in the heart of London’s West End, 5 minutes’ walk from Hyde Park, Oxford Street’s shops and Marble Arch Tube Station. There are 3 people looking at this guest house. More
Latest booking: 29 minutes ago
Fabulous, Score from 404 reviews
With stylish décor, The Cheltenham Townhouse & Apartments offer free Wi-Fi and freshly cooked breakfasts in central Cheltenham. Theatres, shops and galleries are all within 0.5 miles’ walk. 1 person is looking at this guest house. More
Latest booking: 25 minutes ago
Score from 539 reviews
Kensington and Chelsea, London •
Just 15 minutes’ walk from the famous Museum Mile, this family-run hotel is situated in elegant Earl’s Court. West Cromwell Hotel has a 24-hour front desk and budget rooms with Wi-Fi access. 1 person is looking at this guest house. More
Latest booking: 3 hours ago
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|Why go on holiday to England?
If you're looking for a combination of beautiful landscapes and historical places then England has it all - from the ancient towns of Bath and Stratford to the stunning countryside of the Cotswolds, Derbyshire and the Yorkshire Dales.
How much does it cost?
Accommodation will almost certainly be your single greatest expense. For cheaper prices, try local B&Bs - starting from £15 a night. For hotels, expect to pay anything from £40. A good place to start is the local tourist information office where you'll have the choice of a classification and grading system.
When should I go?
In the summer months (July and August) it can feel like the whole world has travelled to England. With so many tourists it might be best to visit in spring or the autumn, when prices are lower and you'll have more room to move.
The least hospitable months are November through to February, when it's cold and the days are short.
|What should I do when I'm there?
Depending on the time at your disposal, historic towns and cities worth seeing include London, Oxford, Salisbury, Bath, Wells, Durham, Chester and York.
For the coast head to Land's End or St Ives in Cornwall, or to Scarborough in north Yorkshire. For a rural treat try the Cotswolds, Devon, the Lake District or Norfolk.
What activities can I do?
There are some great walks to be found around the English countryside. Every tourist information centre has details (usually free) of suggested local walks that take in points of interest.
With every village and town surrounded by footpaths, there's no excuse not to enjoy the countryside.
How about cycling?
Travelling by bicycle is an excellent way to explore England. Away from the motorways and busy main roads there's a vast network of quiet country lanes leading through peaceful villages. Many towns and cities also have a network of cycle lanes.
The British Tourist Authority publishes a free booklet which is useful for finding different routes.
|From the Bard to drum 'n' bass|
|Where's good for nightlife?
There is much competition among the major cities as to where the current "scene" is - by no means assume that it's solely concentrated in London. London's West End offers great theatre, but so do many other towns and cities.
From nightclubs to the theatre and comedy clubs, designer bars to the traditional pubs, the selection on offer is endless. Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool all have lively nightscenes.
There are also countless cultural events in small villages and towns. Your best bet is to go to the local tourist information office to find upcoming events and art festivals.
What's the food like?
Traditionally English food has had a dismal reputation, but fortunately things have improved a lot, especially in southern England. If you like pasta, pizza and curry you won't be disappointed.
There are now also good vegetarian restaurants to be found in most main towns and cities. The local pub is a great place to find a cheap meal, though the quality is variable and the choice often unimaginative.
What should I buy?
It depends on where you are - regions of England often advertise a local speciality like Dorset apple cake or Banbury cakes. In truth, there are very few things you can buy that are unique to England, but exceptions include Royal Worcester Porcelain - ornate bone china with a Royal Warrant.
Every major city will have a main shopping area - London, for example, has Oxford Street, Bath has Milsom Street.
What is there for children to do?
There are many places for a fun day out that the whole family can enjoy, from Legoland in Windsor to the amusement parks of Chessington World of Adventures and Alton Towers, in Staffordshire.
On the coast there are many funfairs and amusement parks to keep youngsters occupied and plenty of good beaches. There's a huge range of good, hands-on museums too, such as London's Science Museum.
Tourist Information Service, 12 Regent St, London W1. Tel. 020 7370 7744 020 7370 7744 or the 24-hour helpline on 0905 123 4000 for outside London and 0905 123 5000 00 for London (50p per minute).
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