Stayinbritain for all your holiday accommodation needs
Stayinbritain is dedicated to the hospitality sector of the UK and the Republic of Ireland, collectively known as the British Isles. This region consists of the countries of England and Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the Irish Republic. All forms of accommodation in this area can be found on this site; from self catering cottages, bed and breakfasts, hotels through to caravan sites and narrow boats – whatever your choice of accommodation, Stayinbritain will help you to find the perfect property and in the location you wish to visit. Whether you need to find something for a short break holiday, a self catering cottage in one of the many lovely regions or a property suitable for a business trip, there are over 30,000 properties to choose from so finding that dream holiday cottage or secluded country house hotel in England will be easy to achieve.
Our search facilities allow you to select any city, town, village, geographical location or place of interest anywhere in the UK or Britain as a whole and there are various filters that allow you to narrow down the results to that self catering property in Wales you have always wanted for a family holiday or the most suitable bed and breakfast in the area for your business trip or short break. You can choose to select a particular property type or to view everything that is available in your search area. For each result, the distance from the centre of the area you wish to stay in, is clearly indicated. You can select the maximum acceptable distance from any point and only holiday properties of your selected choice, within that distance, will be listed.
The site caters for both domestic and overseas visitors and there is a large amount of articles and information that covers every aspect necessary to enjoy a holiday in Britain and to understand the customs and local jargon used in the UK. It can be confusing to overseas visitors to understand the subtle difference between a self catering holiday in Scotland and a fortnight’s stay in a Guest house and the price implications of each. We explain the differences of all types of accommodation and the pros and cons of each. There are articles that explain, the main languages spoken, regional dialects, currency, flags, money and food, local customs and a wide range of topic that will be of use and interest to visitors.
For all regions, there are articles highlighting the attractions and points of interest and the advantages of self catering over camping or staying in hotel accommodation; and it does vary from region to region, depending on the availability of the various types of holiday accommodation that is available and knowing this information can make a big difference to your holiday or short break.
Some property types include a number of variations and this is especially true of Self Catering in Ireland, where you can choose from a traditional thatched holiday cottage, a serviced apartment in Dublin city centre, or Self catering in Scotland in a wooden lodge in the Scottish highlands or Camping in England in a Yurt in the depth of the Forest of Dean. The category self catering includes all of these; the common principle is that you cater for yourself. Conversely, we have split the nightly paid type of accommodation into the official tourist board definitions of Hotel, Guest House and bed and Breakfast, all of which provide a similar product but each has a defined legal meaning. The same does not apply to self catering.