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Ok, so you might not jump for joy when you wake to raindrops on the window, but let’s face it – June’s as good a month as any to book a break at home. The schools have broken up in Scotland (the holidays usually begin around 25 June), and the weather is, well, more pleasant than usual. It can get as high as 22°C in the furthest reaches of southern England, topping off in Scotland at a moderate 17°C. There’ll only be six hours of sunshine per day, but hey – you can’t expect anything too great from our wet and windy isles right?
Wrong (I'll keep the cockiness to a minimum!). When you’re out hiking in the hills, boating on the river, or simply enjoying those summer-bloom scents, you won’t worry about a spot of drizzle; there’s too much fun to be had. Snuggling up in front of your wood-burning stove, you’ll soon find renting a UK cottage was the best idea you ever had.
June holiday cottages in the UK’s loveliest locales
June holiday cottages in Suffolk
Are you a seaside sunbather or adventure seeker? Crazy about cathedrals or all about the wildlife? It doesn’t really matter (and no one’s crazy about cathedrals), because Suffolk’s a diverse place for a cottage holiday. The county’s awash with market towns and dense woodlands, great for tourists looking for jam-packed breaks. Cycle through Brandon’s Thetford Forest (with its Go Ape tree-top attraction), watch the sunrise on the UK’s most easterly beach at Lowestoft, or get lost in the 19th-century maze at Somerleyton Hall.
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June holiday cottages in Northumberland
With its coast and National Park, Hadrian’s Wall and the North Pennines, there’s no doubt Northumberland offers you more to see and do than you could ever accomplish in a week. So, you’ll have to choose – and what’ll it be? You’ve got two Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty to consider, religious sites like Lindisfarne Priory to visit (well, that’s a must – Holy Island is spectacular), and Kielder Water & Forest Park to traverse. The latter has England’s largest planted forest, home to 150 million trees. That’s a whole lot of climbing to do...
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June holiday cottages in Torbay
From north to south, and the indescribably beautiful Torbay. Set on the South West Coastal Path, it encompasses Paignton, Brixham and – of course – Torquay. But while most people associate the area with its beaches, there’s a lot more to cottage holidays than seaside fun in the sun (though admittedly, that’s enough to please me!). Ever heard of Cockington Village? You should have – it’s one of the most photographed in the UK. With thatched buildings dating back to the 14th century, it really does deserve the word ‘picturesque’.
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June holiday cottages in Carmarthenshire
Otherwise known as the ‘Garden of Wales’, Carmarthenshire is one of those places where unwinding is almost obligatory – but don’t let its beauty belie its fascinating past. An ancient place where Welsh culture never died, it’s rife with myth and legend. Oh, and castles – don’t forget the castles. Carreg Cennen; Dinefwr; Kidwell; Llandovery: the list really does go on, and they’re all riddled with little passageways. Prepare your double-l sound (place your tongue to say ‘l’ and blow through it!), and get ready to go Welsh for the week.
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June holiday cottages in Argyll
The last time I was in Argyll, I ate my bodyweight in oysters – and it was tremendous (though incredibly greedy, I’ll concede). I watched hermit crabs fight for new homes, took long walks and saw too many birds to name. I wanted to travel to the Isle of Gigha – but the weather wasn’t quite right. In June, this won’t happen; it’s an ideal time to go. When back at your cottage for a night beside the fire, you’ll realise how wonderful it is to do, well, nothing. This is a place to explore on your own steam. And if you don’t fancy finding your own dinner (which you easily can, trust me) head to Loch Fyne oyster bar – it’s worth making the trip alone.
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UK holiday cottages for June
Five delightful Cornish cottages on the edge of Bodmin Moor yet ideally located to reach any part of Cornwall. On the doorstep is uninterrupted countryside views, officially designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and yet close to th...
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The Farmhouse is one of our three properties, which is 17th century grade 11 listed and sleeps 6, the others are :
The Barn 17th century grade 11 listed, a...
Bay Farm self catering holiday cottages were built on the site of the old Bay Farm steading in 2001. In quiet, rural surroundings they are situated just above the shore of Munlochy Bay SSSI, in the sheltered south east area of Scotland's Black Isl...
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*Large sunny balcony overlooking harbour
*Spacious living space.
*Allocated secure parking.
*Exceptional and sunny positio...
Manor House Farm and Cottage were recently refurbished from a Grade II listed farmhouse set in the heart of the picturesque North Yorkshire countryside. Located between the seaside town of Scarborough and the village of Snainton, it is ideally sit...
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*Spacious and modernized fisherman's cottage
*picturesque harbour location.
*one of the very few private patios which overlook the harbour
*To enquire or book please contact through website or phone owner Peter Gribbin on 07775909958.*
*attractive 3-bed Brixham fisherman's cottage.
*stunning sea,harbour and marina views from large windows in all main rooms.
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Has been renovated to retain its character with stone walls, natural beams, cobbles, slate, granite and wood floors. As you enter upstair...
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Keith is 80 kilometers (just over an hour by car or train) from Aberdeen and Inverness, and is ideally...
Tawny Cottage is located in a wooded rural area, just off the A374, with private gardens, grounds and ample parking. The cottage is part of a converted 19th Century stone barn, and is newly refurbished to a high standard and comes fully equipped w...