Remote Cottages - Secluded Holiday Cottages in the UK
Searching for truly remote holiday cottages in the UK? Isolated holiday homes well off the beaten track? Somewhere to stay away from other people and places? Find them here! Discover hidden cottages, barns and lodges in beautiful, remote locations in every remote corner of Britain from National Parks to deserted coasts. From converted crofts nestling beneath Scottish highland mountainsides to luxury barn conversions in the heart of an English forest or National Park, there's a snug rural bolt-hole or large moorland hunting lodge to suit your criteria. Search our fine collection of remote UK holiday cottages in out of the way places offering an abundance of peace and tranquility. Instead of waking up to the sound of traffic and sirens, wake up to the sounds of solitude, be that waves breaking on the beach, the mournful cry of a buzzard, a sheep bleating on the opposite side of the valley or just the sound of silence that can only be experienced at a cottage in a remote area of wilderness. On clear nights relax outside under a canopy of stars, only seen in truly isolated rural locations with no light pollution from houses or streetlights.
Set within Exmoor National Park Leys Cottage is a charming pet friendly 3 bedroomed holiday cottage with Wi-Fi close to the Somerset village of Withypool. Just completely redecorated and re-furnished, this Exmoor cottage now offers stylish decor with rustic charm.
Glencarron is a beautiful Victorian shooting lodge near Strathcarron sleeping up to 18 in 11 bedrooms. This lovely large house enjoys breath taking views of the Glencarron Estate, which covers more than 12,000 acres of the Scottish Highlands. Pets welcome.
- Sleeps 18
- Bedrooms 11
- Bathrooms 6
Set high on the hills of Exmoor above Simonsbath is Emmett's Grange, a dog friendly large and Grade II listed large and secluded Georgian house with Wi-Fi sleeps 15 in 6 bedrooms. Located within a glorious 900-acre estate in the Exmoor National Park and benefiting from a private deluxe swim spa.
- Sleeps 17
- Bedrooms 7
- Bathrooms 5
Thyme Cottage is a quaint, well-equipped -1 bedroom cottage having WiFi on the first floor of a converted Devon Barn on the Sherrill Farm estate near Tavistock and Dartmoor. Pets Welcome. Use of a shared indoor swimming pool, games barn and fishing lakes.
- Sleeps 2
- Bedrooms 1
- Bathrooms 1
Nantusi is a charming 17th Century Cottage offering pet friendly self catering accommodation for 2-6 guests in East Murthill village, 7 miles from Kirremuir. Facilities include shared use of an indoor swimming pool, sauna and jacuzzi. It's a fabulous spot for walking, fishing and golf holidays.
Eel House is a large Lake District holiday barn conversion in Cumbria sleeping 10 guests in 5 ground floor bedrooms. Set in rural surroundings on the large Graythwaite country estate in a pleasant courtyard, Eel House guests have use of Estate leisure facilities including a heated indoor pool, play ...
- Sleeps 10
- Bedrooms 5
- Bathrooms 3
An idyllic quiet haven, large pet friendly Merrifield House near Ashburton in Devon is a listed Georgian former Rectory sleeping 10 guests in 5 bedrooms. Get away from it all whilst enjoying easy access to Dartmoor National Park and the wonderful sandy beaches of the South Hams.
- Sleeps 10
- Bedrooms 5
- Bathrooms 3
A lovely Award winning 2-bedroom East Yorkshire cottage sleeping 4 near Beverley set on our farmstead in 19 acres of grass and woodland. 5 Star Gold Award. Free wifi - pets welcome - arrive any day. See our virtual tour on our website via the link button on our main page.
- Sleeps 4
- Bedrooms 2
- Bathrooms 2
Remote cottages don't necessarily mean inaccessible cottages miles off the beaten track. There are many corners of the UK which where guests can feel miles from anywhere, but are still within easy reach of civilisation in the form of a nearby pub or village shop. Consider a country cottage in Shropshire, a County with the lowest population per square mile in England, or an isolated cottage or farmhouse tucked away in a corner of a National Park such as The Yorkshire Dales or Dartmoor.
If remoteness is too daunting, then consider a secluded holiday cottage with a private garden or a long drive where guests are unlikely to be overlooked by or screened from neighbours (if they have any). Enjoy the feeling of remoteness without being somewhere remote!