Discover a selection of more than 10,000 holiday rentals in England, GB that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo holiday homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including private pool and pool. Prices start at £ 57 per night, and cottages and cabins are popular options for a stay in England. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

Enchantment in England in holiday lettings

From the surf-washed beaches of the Cornish coast to the old mill towns of the North, the wild fells of the Peak District to the hip hubs of the Big Smoke, the land of Old Blighty is peppered with more enchanting England holiday rentals than you can shake a bag of vinegar-doused chips at. There are cosy little boltholes sitting snug on the Yorkshire Moors. There are country cottages with crackling fireplaces between Sussex and Shropshire. There are uber-swish penthouses in the City and elegant Victorian mansions dotting royal cities like Bath and Windsor. What will you choose?


Historic attractions near your Sussex holiday let

From the 11th-century Chichester Cathedral to medieval Arundel Castle, Sussex is alive with history. The ruins of the Fishbourne Roman Palace date to AD 75, and there's an elevated catwalk showcasing its beautifully relaid mosaics. Literature buffs flock to Lamb House, the handsome Georgian villa where renowned American writer, Henry James, penned the 1902 bestseller, The Wings of the Dove. From heritage-listed thatched cottages to elegant Victorian period houses, why not snap up a characterful holiday rental property in Sussex?

Things to do

Sightseeing near English holiday cottages

Albion is steeped in history and myth. Sights like the inexplicable Stonehenge stand naked on the landscape – a ghostly reminder of the ancients who roamed the plains of Salisbury some 5,000 years past. Muscular castles like Bamburgh, Windsor and Warwick are haunting Gothic silhouettes that herald another age of invasions and war. Even England holiday rentals in London have a medley of bucket-list draws right on the doorstep, whether that's Big Ben, the mummies of the British Museum or the studios where one Harry Potter was brought to life.


What to do near English holiday homes

An authentic glimpse of England requires an escape from the city. Leave the urban playgrounds of London or Manchester and roll out to see the sleeping giants that are the Pennines, to trace tales of opium-eating Romantic poets in mountain towns or wander ruined Roman settlements from millennia gone by. As you're getting to grips with the sceptre of the nation's long past, you're also bound to discover the adventure that awaits. England holiday rentals along the coast mean surfing lessons and seafood cooking like you've never tasted. Others mean fell running or challenging feats like the Three Peak Challenge.

Outdoor activities

Coastal hikes near your Sussex holiday rental

Just a stone's throw from Eastbourne, the Seven Sisters, Sussex boasts some of the county's best views. The path scales a series of chalky white cliffs and commands knockout views of the English Channel. Covering a sprawling 628-square-mile footprint, South Downs National Park is a paradise for lovers of the great outdoors. As you explore the park you'll discover a tapestry of chalky sea cliffs, rolling hillsides, ancient woodlands and chocolate-box villages. If connecting with nature is a priority, escape to serene Sussex holiday cottages in the heart of South Downs National Park.


Best time to travel to holiday homes in England

Just one glimpse of an English country pub in the height of summer should be enough to show that the people of Blighty know how to make the most of the little good weather that passes their way. If you're eager to enjoy warm days for walking and beachcombing, it's probably best to book your England holiday rentals for months like June, July and August. Before and after that is when things can get wet and chilly. Winter breaks, in December and January, are perfect if you want to see another, wilder side to the country.

Natural features

England from fells to ferocious seas

England's North is largely mountainous, soaring with Scafell Pike and rolling down to the undulating York Moors. The south is flatter and sculpted, peppered with quaint farmhouses and endless swathes of green fields. Real treats include the UNESCO Lake District, a land of waters and summits and rare eagles. Closer to London are the rugged cliffs of Cornwall, the chalk cliffs of Dover, wide beaches of yellow sand and reserves like the Jurassic Coast – keep your eyes peeled for fossils there.

How to get around

Getting around Sussex from your holiday rental

How you get around Sussex will depend largely on your itinerary. Destinations like Brighton, Eastbourne, Arundel and Chichester are easy to get around on foot, while a car offers the freedom to explore the region at your own pace. You'll also unlock access to secluded holiday cottages in Sussex, where you'll enjoy winding laneways, flower-filled gardens and sweeping views of the countryside.

Food & drink

Bite into farm-fresh fare in Sussex

The county cradles a rich farm-to-table food scene, tantalising travellers with everything from organic beef and artisan cheese to wildflower honey and homemade preserves. With well-equipped kitchens and sunny courtyards, Sussex holiday homes are the perfect excuse to stock up on local produce and prepare your own Sussex-inspired feasts.

Essential info

Essential info for your Sussex holiday rentals stay

  • Pack layers, as Sussex can get chilly, even in the height of summer
  • Visit from Sunday to Thursday to beat the London weekenders that love to holiday in Sussex
  • Travelling with Fido? Pet-friendly Sussex holiday rentals are ideal for staycations
Maximise your budget

Budget-friendly attractions near English holiday rentals

If you’re travelling on a budget, England offers plenty of must-see attractions with free or low-cost admission. London has numerous free museums near holiday rentals, such as the Natural History Museum and the British Museum. You could also check out Liverpool’s World Museum and its natural history exhibits, the Changing of the Guard in Windsor or the historic sites of King’s Lynn.

How many holiday rentals are available around England?

Our 2022 accommodation listings offer a large selection of 71,314 holiday lettings around England. From 27,590 cottages to 28,198 cabins, find unique self catering accommodation for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends for a long holiday or a weekend break.

What are the main cities to discover in England?

Whether you are travelling solo or with family and friends, here are the cities in England with the largest selection of holiday lettings for a perfect city break:

  • Newquay: 2,599 holiday lettings
  • London: 7,288 holiday lettings
  • York: 837 holiday lettings
  • St Ives: 1,730 holiday lettings
  • Wells-next-the-Sea: 656 holiday lettings

For other cities, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday homes available.

Can I find easy access holiday homes when travelling by plane to England?

Yes of course. Our owners offer a large selection of self catering accommodations near to airports. Airports with a large selection of self catering accommodations in England are:

  • London (LGW-Gatwick): 568 self catering accommodations
  • London (LHR-Heathrow): 7,079 self catering accommodations
  • Portsmouth (PME-Portsmouth and Southsea Train Station): 1,590 self catering accommodations

For other airports, please use our search bar to access the selection of holiday rentals available.