A jagged storm-beaten coastline coupled with a variety of wide and secretive beaches give Cornwall a special place and it has long been a favourite for holiday homeowners in the UK. Brighton: If you're looking for somewhere more vibrant you could hardly go wrong in the colourful outrageous kink that makes up the bohemian belter Brighton.
BEST SEASIDE COTTAGES. Brand new for this summer, The Spicers is a spacious holiday house on the tree-lined Buttlands, a green square in the middle of Wells-next-the-Sea. With four en suite bedrooms, it's great for larger families or groups of friends. Award-winning Wells beach, with its four miles of white sand backed by pines,
Not spooky just spectacular, here are some of our favourite castles, towers and turrets from around the UK, perfect for incredible special occasions, luxurious hotel trips, or just a cosy night for two in front of a roaring fire. Holiday like the royalty you are at one of these splendid historic buildings.
Snowdonia, North Wales. Up to 5% of homes in this national park are classed as holiday homes. It's not surprising as the mountains here are probably the most accessible in the UK for much of its population. Buyers usually pay a premium of almost 60% to live in a national park, but Snowdonia offers some of the best value in the country.
Where to buy a holiday home in Europe Trying to find the ideal spot to buy a holiday home can be tricky but there are still some prime locations that will make you want to jet off right away. We've selected four sunny hotspots: Spain, France, Portugal and Cyprus - each with their own unique draws.