Welcome to Holiday Cottages near a Good Pub
Welcome to Holiday Cottages Near a Good Pub – a unique collection of self catering holiday cottages near a pub in the UK and beyond that are all within walking distance of decent inn.
Favourites include holiday cottages near a good pub in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset, Sussex and Hampshire; cottages with an award winning inn nearby in the Lake District and the Peak District; and self catering cottages a short walk to a pub in the Cotswolds and throughout Norfolk, East Anglia and Kent. Not forgetting holiday cottages in Northumberland and Yorkshire near a good pub, and self catering cottages within walking distance of a good pub throughout Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
Some of the pubs allow pets, some don’t. Some are award-winners, some aren’t. There is no question that individuals will find some are better than others. The only hard and fast rule is that the pub must be recommended by the cottage owner, and it must be no more than a 20 minute walk from you leaving your front door to you ordering at the bar.
And you can rest assured that you will also pay the best possible rate for your cottage. You book direct with the cottage owner and pay no booking fees or commission on this website.
Recently Added Cottages
Tucked away in a hidden valley between St Austell and Mevagissey, you feel like you're miles away from anywhere. But the beauty of it is we're not - you can explore most of Cornwall easily from Bosinver. 'Winner of winners' at the South West Tourism Excellence Awards.
Coalport Station Holidays offers exceptional self-catering accommodation at great value. You will find us located in the heart of Shropshire’s stunning Ironbridge Gorge (UNESCO World Heritage Site).
Nestling in the sleepy hamlet of North Whilborough, a few miles inland from Torquay, Long Barn Holiday Cottages are in a perfect location for self catering holidays in South Devon.
Racecourse Cottage is a stunning holiday cottage in the beautiful Lake District village of Cartmel – famous for its 12th century Priory, the Michelin-starred restaurant L’Enclume and sticky toffee pudding.
Hartsop Hall is a 16th Century Grade I listed building of great historical significance, owned by the National Trust. It is nestled within a working valley-head farm of 3,000 acres within the most scenic part of the National Park.