The 5 Top Holiday Homes to Rent with Beautiful Views in the UK
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The greatest homes with beautiful views in the UK
Take a look at 5 of the very best holiday homes with beautiful views in our UK collection. Your high standards are guaranteed to be met by the quality and character that these homes have to offer.
Zetland Haven, Redcar and Cleveland, UK
Click to book Zetland Haven now: from £200 per night The building that homes Zetland Haven is an important part of Saltburn's heritage. This beautiful palace-like structure sits at a perfect spot above the bay, which means you'll be waking up to some stunning views. With high ceilings and a magnificent viewing tower that greets you when you enter, this home strives to impress. During the warmer months, opening the panoramic windows to let the fresh breeze in will make you feel like you're living in a holiday catalogue, and we also enjoyed the smaller balcony upstairs with seating, where you can take in the views while sipping your morning coffee. When you head down to the sea you'll walk past some great local restaurants and pubs, and Saltburn's sandy beach is also a great spot for your morning jog. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 2 Bathrooms
Templeton, Devon, UK
Click to book Templeton now: from £200 per night Rustic charm meets luxe interiors at this striking period home, just fifteen minutes from Bideford. A rural residence bursting with character features, it boasts stunning views across the rolling North Devon countryside. Tucked away from the stresses of everyday life, it's been lovingly restored by its owners. Think high ceilings, huge sash windows, chandeliers, a breathtaking staircase and stripped wood floors. Stylish modern furnishings, super comfy beds and luxurious bathrooms make this anything but your average country house. We love the enormous master bedroom with its French furniture and its telescope for gazing out through impressive windows. There's a contemporary kitchen with every high-end appliance you'll need, along with a formal dining room and a choice of beautiful reception rooms. Outside, admire the views, play games on the lawn or read a book on the deck. We're willing to bet the hot tub in the private walled garden will become your favourite spot, shaded by tall trees. Although it feels secluded, this home is just a twenty-minute drive from the beaches of Instow and Westward Ho!, with a village pub just a couple of minutes away by car. Sleeps up to 10 | 5 Bedrooms | 3 Bathrooms
The Calf Shed, Wiltshire, UK
Click to book The Calf Shed now: from £142 per night With stunning views across the surrounding fields, this converted farm building is spacious, bright and modern – and has been designed specifically for wheelchair users. Every little detail has been thought of, from profiling beds in the pretty bedroom and a designer wetroom, to a specially configured kitchen and an easy access patio garden. The original bones of the barn – huge oak beams and a vaulted ceiling – are there in all their glory, but there's a distinctly contemporary feel to the home, with all-white walls and grey furnishings. Its most striking feature is its window wall, which offers panoramic views from every position in the big, open-plan living room. Looking out across the fields of the arable farm on which it's set, the vast doors slide open to blend the indoor and outdoor space, and the sunsets over Fovant Down (famous for its regimental badges cut into the chalk) are spectacular. The owners live nearby and can offer advice on the best gourmet pubs to visit, and it's just a twenty-five-minute drive from Salisbury. Sleeps up to 4 | 1 Bedroom | 1 Bathroom
Salty Sunrise, Suffolk, UK
Click to book Salty Sunrise now: from £181 per night Set in Southwold’s East Cliff, this home truly couldn’t be closer to the shorefront. As well as the convenience of living a few steps from the beach, the home gives you stunning views over the beach and promenade, which looks plucked straight out of a postcard. Early risers can take in the colours of first light from the veranda, and in the evenings you can all sip drinks and watch the sun dip below the horizon. You can take lovely, restorative walks starting right from your front door, or explore the quirky boutiques and traditional pubs in town. Inside, the home is well-equipped with a modern kitchen and a gas fireplace in the sitting room for warm, cosy nights throughout the year. The master bedroom faces east, and the view from its large window is magical. Just imagine waking up to the sound of the waves lapping on the shore and the gulls calling, and the sight of the sparkling sea. Well, happily, you don't have to simply imagine it... Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom
Copper Spoon, Cornwall, UK
Click to book Copper Spoon now: from £200 per night This traditional Cornish cottage in Marazion with pretty blue shutters is reminiscent of the Mediterranean. It will sweep you off your feet with its location perched above the coast, offering stunning views out onto the deep blue sea. The living space of the home opens directly onto the balcony and unrivalled vistas across the bay. Dine alfresco on the secluded terrace, but be warned it will be difficult to tear yourself away from this picture-perfect spot once you're comfy. Inside, soft furnishings including the muted sofa suite, wooden furniture and a toned-down colour palette create a warm space, ideal for moments of relaxation where you can listen to the soothing sound of the waves crashing in the background. Positioned in Marazion, Cornwall’s oldest town, there are plenty of discoveries to be made here – the beaches at low tide are sublime in summer and even on cold winter days. Coastal hikes are endless and range from those looking to leisurely take in the scenes or commit to a more strenuous hike. Take a trip across the causeway to St. Michael’s Moun and be sure to visit the magical structures of the Bronze Age. With an array, a myriad of innovative eateries choose from, refuel on some proper pub grub on the way back home. Sleeps up to 4 | 2 Bedrooms | 1 Bathroom
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