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Vacation rentals in United Kingdom with free parking

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Tiny home · Drimnin
Unique and Secluded AirShip with Breathtaking Highland Views
Retreat to the deck of this sustainable getaway and gaze at the twinkling constellations under a cosy tartan blanket. AirShip 2 is an iconic, insulated aluminum pod designed by Roderick James with views of the Sound of Mull from dragonfly windows. Airship002 is comfortable, quirky and cool. It does not pretend to be a five star hotel. The reviews tell the story. If booked for the dates you want check out our new listing The Pilot House, Drimnin which is on the same 4 acra site.
Jul 22 – 29
$186 per night
Cottage · Northamptonshire
NEW Luxury Romantic Cottage - Idyllic Rural Bliss
Brand New! Beautiful Romantic Country Cottage with private deck offering amazing rolling countryside views set in 14 acre estate. • Blissful tranquillity • Easy Access to A14, M1 and M6. • 10 mins to Market Harborough • Super King wide bed - Can split to 2 singles • Sofa bed - sleep 4 in all Enjoy: • Fully Equipped Kitchen • 100MB Fibre Internet • Gas BBQ • Original Art • Luxury Linens • FREE Netflix, Disney+ & Xbox • Amazon Echo + Free Music • Air Conditioning + Underfloor Heating
Jun 12 – 19
$252 per night
Tiny home · Aberdeenshire
The Shepherdess's Bothy (dog friendly - 1 dog max)
The Shepherdess's bothy is our dog friendly bothy that really brings the outdoors in with panoramic views across the beautiful Aberdeenshire coast. This cosy, self catering, bespoke bothy is the perfect place to explore the area. Within walking distance of the bothy you will find the Newburgh seal colony, beautiful beaches, nature reserves and a golf course. You can enjoy a luxury glamping experience in this unique bothy by the sea! If you are taking a dog please let us know when you book
Mar 22 – 29
$118 per night

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Island · Badachro
Nature Observatory on Secluded Island
Jun 23 – 30
$127 per night
Cottage · Edinburgh
16th Century Dovecot Cottage in Private Garden.
Mar 27 – Apr 3
$229 per night
Private room · Cumbria
Cosy En-Suite Room With Views of Lakeland Fells
Jan 27 – Feb 3
$77 per night
Tiny home · Mickleton
Mirts Mansion - Little Country Houses SS
Jun 7 – 14
$170 per night
Cabin · Aberdeenshire
The Wee Love Nest & Luv Tub
Aug 3 – 10
$211 per night
Barn · Thetford
The Loft at Manor Farm Stays with Hot Tub
May 1 – 8
$168 per night
Barn · Castlemorton
Rural Retreat with Hot Tub and Woodburner
Mar 24 – 31
$142 per night
Cottage · Stronachlachar
Lochside Cottage
May 18 – 25
$299 per night
Private room · Kidwelly
Kidwelly Farmhouse B&B -The Loft
Sep 15 – 22
$107 per night
Cottage · Carsington
The Stables, Derbyshire, Peak District
Jan 19 – 26
$388 per night
Cabin · Woodmancote
Beautifully Eclectic Cotswold Cabin
May 16 – 23
$158 per night
Farm stay · Kent
Traditional Log Cabin On The Lake
Jan 2 – 9
$115 per night

Vacation rentals with jacuzzis in United Kingdom

Farm stay · Maidenwells
“The Orchard” Beautiful location, amazing views
Mar 1 – 8
$152 per night
Camper/RV · High Bickington
Land Rover Hot Tub & Bluebird Penthouse
Feb 25 – Mar 4
$159 per night
Yurt · Llanboidy
Fox Roundhouse & Hot Tub @ Fron Farm Yurt Retreat
Nov 18 – 25
$169 per night
Home · Charingworth
Charingworth House @Charingworth House
Jan 23 – 30
$913 per night
Yurt · Helmdon
Jul 17 – 24
$110 per night
Home · Kirkby Stephen
Brockram & Keld Children's
Jan 9 – 16
$602 per night
Home · Crosby Garrett, near Kirkby Stephen
Gill Cottage (UK2115)
Jul 21 – 28
$326 per night
Farm stay · Pembroke
“The Willow” Stunning location, Amazing views
Sep 20 – 27
$142 per night
Dome · Worstead
Unique and luxurious hideaway with private hot tub
Jul 12 – 19
$182 per night
Shepherd’s hut · Brecon
Shepherd's Hut, Off-Grid, Hot Tub and Beacons View
Jul 27 – Aug 3
$148 per night
Tiny home · Tuxford
Beautiful wooden tiny house | cabin with hot tub 1
Aug 30 – Sep 6
$109 per night
Tiny home · Forton
*Charming Garden Pod* Couple/family with Hot tub
Feb 27 – Mar 6
$113 per night

Your guide to United Kingdom

All About United Kingdom

A mix of thousands of years of tradition and forward-looking architecture, the United Kingdom offers vibrant cities and peaceful rolling countryside in equal measure. From the bustling streets of London and Belfast to the peaks and slopes of the Scottish Highlands, captivating cities and lush landscapes define the diversity of this unique island country. The United Kingdom, located off the northwest coast of the European mainland, comprises the component nations of England, Scotland, Wales, and Northern Ireland. London is its metropolitan epicenter, home to a strong literary and musical heritage, along with world-class museums like the National Gallery and sprawling parks like Regents Park and Hyde Park.

History is at your fingertips as you explore ancient castles and churches in the footsteps of Scotland’s clans in Edinburgh, while Wales’ Snowdonia National Park offers bucket-list-worthy hiking and majestic mountain views. The UK’s metropolises, medieval stone villages, and hidden coves have been immortalized in film, literature, and postcards, from the spectacular rock formations of Northern Ireland’s Giant’s Causeway to the surf-ready beaches of Devon and Cornwall in the southwest, where sun-seekers line the shores and feast on traditional fish and chips.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in United Kingdom?

The United Kingdom has a relatively temperate climate and doesn’t experience extremes between seasons. Springtime is a great time to visit, with the city parks and countryside in full bloom and a big rugby tournament taking place between England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, France, and Italy. Go back in time at the Highland Games, one-day events across Scotland from May to September built around traditional sports such as the tug o’ war and the caber toss, or take in the internationally renowned theater, comedy, and performing arts festival in Edinburgh throughout August. Cool, brisk fall days are ideal for countryside drives to enjoy the changing hues of the leaves in the Brecon Beacons National Park in Wales. And around every November 5, bonfires and firework displays light up the night sky across the UK in celebration of Guy Fawkes Night, the failure of the Gunpowder Plot to blow up the Houses of Parliament in the early 17th century. Whenever you visit, bring a waterproof layer — there are potential rain showers at any time of year.

What are the top things to do in United Kingdom?

London’s East End

A walk around the English capital’s winding eastern streets provides a taste of London’s international mix of cuisines and cultures. Starting at Aldgate East underground station, head along Commercial Street until you reach the centuries-old Spitalfields Market. Every day, the covered courtyard is packed with stalls selling antiques, crafts, handmade clothing, and records, as well as street food and snacks. There’s a monthly art market here too. Along Brick Lane, near Shoreditch High Street, you’ll find vintage clothing stores and quirky boutiques, fragrant curry houses, and large-scale street murals, as well as a Sunday flea market.

The Northern Lights in Scotland

Scotland is an excellent place to spot the Northern Lights. Fall and winter are the best seasons to visit, with long periods of darkness, little light pollution from nearby cities, and a high number of clear nights — ideal conditions for observing the majestic colors that light up the northern sky. While you can see the lights from anywhere in Scotland, Galloway Forest Park in the southwest, the Outer Hebrides, and northern Scotland offer the best chance of seeing the auroras.


Famous for its maritime history and grand Georgian buildings, Belfast combines easy access to the picturesque Wild Atlantic Way driving route and the ancient volcanic Giant’s Causeway with the buzz of the Linen District’s bars, eateries, and comedy clubs. You’ll also have plenty of chances to sample the produce of nearby breweries and distilleries. You can take in the city’s multitude of murals on foot or be guided by a local taxi driver — or explore art and history on a grander scale at the Ulster Museum.