There’s no place like the UK in the spring, watching our blooming countryside come back to life again. So, why not enjoy all it has to offer in one of our cosy family holiday homes? We’ve rounded up our favourite UK getaways for Easter, covering top-notch cottages and large holiday homes, helping to make it that much easier to plan your  next trip in April.

1. Colleton Hall and East Wing, Devon

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Colleton Hall – Devon – Oliver’s Travels

Nestled within 38 acres of private woodland and parkland, Colleton Hall and East Wing offers the ultimate country escape if you’re looking for total tranquility.

The present owners have lovingly refurbished the hall, enhancing its original features while timelessly blending them in with updated furnishings. It’s outside where the real magic happens though, setting the stage for long walks through the totally private woodland and alongside a stream which flows to the Little Dart River.

Sleeps: 18

Prices from: £62pppn over the Easter holidays

2. Amberstone Manor, Devon

Amberstone Manor Devon

This 19th-century house is nestled within 5 acres of gorgeous gardens and 20 acres of river meadows – the perfect outside space for an Easter egg hunt! The manor itself has a quintessential English garden with terraces, fruit and vegetable orchards, all surrounding a private pool to splash in if the weather is warm enough.

Heading inside, you’ll find stylishly decorated interiors plus a cosy reading nook and open fireplace – ideal for those who like to indulge in a little alone tine. While there’s already something for everyone here, if you fancy nipping out, you’ve got the Devonshire coast and an 18-hole golf course right on your doorstep.

Sleeps: 18

Price from: £105pppn over the Easter holidays

3. Catchfrench Manor, Cornwall

Catchfrench Manor

Catchfrench Manor – Oliver’s Travels

Looking to finally get all the family together this Easter? Make Catchfrench Manor your holiday home of choice, comfortably accommodating 16 guests across 12 bedrooms. While you’ll be keen to share the Grade II-listed building on social media – it once served as the principal house of the Manor of Bonyalva – we’d suggest taking some time to disconnect and explore the gardens. You’re also positioned right on the Cornwall/Devon border – scenic day trips and beach visits await!

Sleeps: 16

Prices from: £66pppn over the Easter holidays 

4. The Grange, Somerset

The Grange

The Grange – Oliver’s Travels

Looking for cosy cottage vibes but with the comfort of a manor house? A stay at The Grange will prove perfectly from the moment you and your family arrive. It’s conveniently positioned for easy access to the Somerset Levels, allowing everyone to get out for some fresh air, while the private gardens and seating area are great for some springtime dining – fingers crossed the sun shines!

Our favourite feature is the Gothic arched doorways, coupling with stone flag floors and a roaring fireplace – the ideal backdrop for an evening glass of wine or hot chocolate.

Sleeps: 10

Prices from: £39pppn over the Easter holidays

5. Chevaliers Estate, Midlands

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Chevaliers Estate – Midlands – Oliver’s Travels

Holiday in history with a stay at Chevaliers Estate! Found deep in the unspoilt Shropshire countryside, your accommodation is split between the Gatehouse, Moat House and the Coach House – all coming complete with their own living and dining facilities.

The Easter break for families can be somewhat stressful, but not here. You’ll enjoy your morning coffee a private sun terrace, and when you fancy getting the rest of the group together, take to the private gardens for some outdoor games or even a giant game of hide and seek! 

Sleeps: 12-14

Prices from: £64pppn over the Easter holidays

6. Loch Lomond Manor, Scotland

Loch Lomond Manor

Loch Lomond Manor – Oliver’s Travels

A stay at Loch Lomond Manor includes an entirety of things: BBQs in the garden, walks along the loch, sun-lit afternoons by the tree swing and day trips to the Highlands and beyond.

The house itself was built in 1902 by a husband and wife team, who were who were part of the Glasgow boys and Glasgow girls’ group of painters, needle women, architects and artisans. Creatives to the core, they injected their love for art into the tapestries and artwork that adorns the manor today. The five bedrooms are equally unique and welcomingly cosy, plus the bathrooms contain extra-large bathtubs – get the bubbles going!

Sleeps: 12

Prices from: £65pppn over the Easter holidays

7.  Salcombe Retreat, Devon

Salcombe Retreat

Salcombe Retreat – Oliver’s Travels

A contemporary home in the woods complete with stylish interiors – what better setting for an Easter break? Set up a egg hunt for your youngest family members, host a friendly table tennis tournament in the living area, or go for a soak in the hot tub overlooking the views. Whatever you choose to do, and whether you enjoy the amenities separately or together, you can all unite beside the fireplace each evening as you watch a favourite flick. 

Sleeps: 14-20 

Prices from: £71pppn over the Easter holidays

8. The Breakers Beach House, Kent

The Breakers Beach House

The Breakers Beach House – Oliver’s Travels

Panoramic coastal views, nautical furnishings, maritime objects and a jacuzzi bathtub: welcome to The Breakers. You’ll have direct access to the beach – ideal for afternoon splashes in the sea or a stroll to pick up some fish and chips – but also benefit from ultimate privacy as you dine on the terrace. 

Those eager to get out and explore will enjoy browsing the antique shops and people-watching in a cosy cafe, while attractions like Dover Castle, South Foreland Lighthouse and Battle of Britain Museum are all nearby. 

Sleeps: 7-11

Prices from: £60pppn over the Easter holidays

9. Emley Woodhouse, Yorkshire

Emley Woodhouse

Emley Woodhouse – Oliver’s Travels

Emley Woodhouse is the type of place that makes you feel instantly at home from the moment you arrive. Set in the windswept Yorkshire moorlands that inspired the Brontë sisters’ great literary works, it can accommodate up to 17 guests across seven characterful bedrooms.

Kids will happily spend their days in the garden, which is bursting with wildlife – from owls and hares to rabbits and badges, they’ll leave having made many new forest friends! For anyone who wants some peace and quiet however, a nearby stream is accessible through the garden gate. Grab a book and get lost in its pages by the gentle water.

Sleeps: 14-17

Prices from: £63pppn over the Easter holidays

 

If that doesn’t tickle your fancy, we’ve got many more luxury holiday homes in the UK for you to have a look at. Contact our lovely concierge team and they’ll handpick the spot for you! Remember our offers are available for a limited time only so don’t wait! Your ideal Easter break could be just a few clicks away…

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