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Holiday Cottages In The East Of England

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From the swanky seaside towns of Suffolk, to the pristine pastures of Cambridgeshire, the East of England region lends itself perfectly to a fabulous rural getaway. It’s also the home of over 200 miles of rugged, exciting coastline, making it a true sweet spot for seaside sports.

The eastern counties, famed for their dazzling sunsets, also include Norfolk, full of gloriously golden coastline, olde world windmills and the fabulous Norfolk Broads, while Essex nurtures a host of beautiful cathedral towns and neo-classical country houses. If you’re looking for quintessential Englishness, Lincolnshire and Bedfordshire are great East of England destinations. Last but not least? Herefordshire, where the Ashridge Estate - an iconic East of England attraction - will have you feeling the enchantment of the forest…

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Holiday Cottages In The East Of England

More East Of England Cottages

From the swanky seaside towns of Suffolk, to the pristine pastures of Cambridgeshire, the East of England region lends itself perfectly to a fabulous rural getaway. It’s also the home of over 200 miles of rugged, exciting coastline, making it a true sweet spot for seaside sports.

The eastern counties, famed for their dazzling sunsets, also include Norfolk, full of gloriously golden coastline, olde world windmills and the fabulous Norfolk Broads, while Essex nurtures a host of beautiful cathedral towns and neo-classical country houses. If you’re looking for quintessential Englishness, Lincolnshire and Bedfordshire are great East of England destinations. Last but not least? Herefordshire, where the Ashridge Estate - an iconic East of England attraction - will have you feeling the enchantment of the forest…

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About The East of England

What our customers are saying about our holiday cottages in the east of england.

  1. Laura

    Verified purchase

    "S27018 is in a great location for many areas, Cambridge, Saffron Walden, Ely and Knebworth. We visited all of them.There was a lovely welcome hamper in the fridge. Crackers, cheese and chutney. Chocolates a pint of milk and some lovely coffee. Plenty of tea bags available. A co-op and Aldi just down the road for any supplies needed. The kitchen has everything you could need to make a meal in. All equipment available. Everything has been thought of. Julia and Clive have a great little property and are always on hand to help. The house is spotless. Lovely decoration and well thoughtout layout. Cozy and snug with underfloor heading down stairs, a bonus in the cold winter weather. Comfortable bedrooms, great Showers. Plenty of hot water due to having it's own boiler. A lovely homely home to spend a relaxing break in. Thank you Julia and Clive!"
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  2. James

    Verified purchase

    "An excellent all round experience. The barn had an excellent layout and was very clean, tidy and well-furnished. All three bathrooms and the kitchen were modern and well-fitted. The property had a large, separate utility room which was ideal as with three children we had a lot of washing to do! The house was warm with an excellent under-floor heating system. The location was tucked away and backed onto an open field (with sheep). The village green and pond were 30 seconds walk from the house and the local pub, the Maids Head, was about 2-3 minutes walk and served excellent food and beer. I also liked the fact that one of the neighbours sold free range eggs. Delicious!"
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  3. Roberta

    Verified purchase

    "S17851 is a really good property - spotlessly clean and very well-equipped. It's only about a 15 minute walk into town, so ideal for guests without a car (but take care crossing the road - there's no pavement outside the cottage). It's warm and comfortable, with loads of hot water, lovely beds and plenty of bedding and towels. The owners were very helpful and obliging: they left tea, coffee, milk and a cake, and even brought flowers for me - how kind. My only difficulty was trying to work the key-code box in the porch - but perhaps I just don't have the knack! Altogether, the cottage is warmly recommended."
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  4. Rachel

    Verified purchase

    "This was a perfect place for a week's break. It was fantastic to be within such close proximity to Wicken Fen and within easy driving distance of Ely and Cambridge. Two of our party were elderly with walking difficulties - the layout of the Barn and in particular the en suite bathrooms made it a very easy and safe place for them to stay. The only thing we found wanting was a grab rail in one of the showers for the more disabled member of the party to enjoy a shower without help. Local amenities were fairly limited but not a significant factor for us. Definitely recommend and would stay there again."
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  5. David

    Verified purchase

    "The house was qiute nice and very clean but crockery and cutlery were pared down to the minimum. The bunk room was very poor with no mirrors in either bedroom. The kitchen really needs a blind for privacy. Roadworks right outside were ongoing throughout our stay. When we asked the owner for a bit more cutlery and crockery, as our son was coming for dinner, she was very reluctant to do this even when my wife explained that he was the reason we were staying in Cambridge just to see him. There was also reference to the city being 15 minutes walk away. It actually took at least35 minutes."
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