November 6, 2017
By Beacon_PR

Five Waterside holiday homes to book for 2018 – or miss out!

The estate agent’s mantra “location, location, location” means just as much in the world of holiday home rental.  According to specialist booking agency Waterside Breaks, the nearer a property is to the water, the quicker it books!

“2018 sales are already 15% up,” says director Tim Wells, “and July and August at certain properties book 12 months ahead.”

It is not all about the seaside: in addition to around 12,000 kms of coast, Britain has at least 40,000 lakes and un-counted miles of rivers from the mighty River Severn to babbling streams.

“The sight and sound of water adds a whole new dimension to a holiday in Britain, and it’s no wonder that our best-located holiday homes are in such demand,” adds Tim.

Waterside Breaks’ most in-demand properties for 2018 include:

Waters Edge Malachite  This luxury lodge has uninterrupted views across a 28-acre private lake in the heart of the amazing Cotswold Water Park. The fabulous contemporary accommodation has two double bedrooms and a four-bedded family room. The over-water deck features a plunge pool. 2018 weeks from £1,475; weekends from £1,082

Waterfall Lodge  Not only does this three-bedroom luxury ‘log cabin’ style home overlook Loch Tay, not only is there a hot tub, sauna and log-burning stove, but it sits beside a waterfall which drops into a natural plunge pool, accessed by steps from the balcony.  Set on a private Highland estate with a host of outdoor activities available, all this is less than two hours from Glasgow and Edinburgh. 2018 weeks from £1,115; weekends from £825.

The Dell  Perched at the top of Tregonhawke Cliff overlooking Cornwall’s Whitsand Bay, The Dell is a romantic bolt-hole with jaw-dropping sea views and simple but stylish open-plan living.  Accessed by 16 steps from the car park above, this is a real ‘away from it all’ coastal retreat for year-round escapes. 2018 weeks from £760; weekends from £449.

Waters Edge Boathouse  This cool ‘cabin’ on charming Rudyard Lake has been transformed to offer contemporary open-plan living for up to six people.  The hey-day of this little-known lake on the edge of the Peak District was the 19th century and Rudyard Kipling was named after it. Today there’s a hot tub on the balcony, and canoes to launch from the Boathouse’s own pontoon. 2018 weeks from £1,375; weekends from £795.

Coot Cottage  Built beside the River Bure in the heart of the Norfolk Broads, Coot Cottage comes with free use of a motor cruiser for great days out on the Broads (except during the six peak weeks of summer, when a discount on cruiser hire is offered). This upside-down holiday home has balcony to make the most of views over Daisy Broad.  Four bedrooms.  2018 weeks from £709; weekends from £548.

These are just five of over 2,000 waterside holiday homes that can be found at

Waterside Break’s knowledgeable team can also be contacted on 01252 339020

Prices and availability correct at date of issue.

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Waterside Breaks spokesman is director Tim Wells: 01252 339020 is the UK’s one-stop-shop website for finding self-catering holiday homes on and beside the water. Lakeside, riverside, seaside, Norfolk Broads, Cotswolds Water Park, fishing lodges, glamping pods and boathouses. Many properties have a private hot tub. All bookings made direct with owners.




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