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Summer Cottages and Large Houses!

Make the most of the gorgeous summer weather and find your perfect UK holiday right here at Group Stays. With plenty of choice you'll be getting away in no time!

The sun is out, the sky is blue and all we can think about is a holiday. Imagine the disappointment when you try to jet off to Ibiza but everywhere is booked or the reviews on that 'perfect' villa in Cape Verde just don't cut the mustard. We can help! We have an extensive portfolio of amazing properties both big and small that will get you reaching for the suitcase!

Group Stays has properties by the beach that will please the whole family. Whether you're into surfing or more of a 'kiss-me-quick' type of person happier on a deck chair watching the world go by on a beach in Somerset we have some great properties. Some properties are even dog friendly too so there is no need to leave anyone behind. More and more beaches have dog friendly sections too like the beach at Exmouth, Devon so there's a bonus point for staying in the UK this year!

Why not explore somewhere different in 2017 and venture forth and have a city break? Have you tried Bristol or Bath? Culturally magnificent both cities have much to explore from gorgeous architecture to plenty of shops. History buffs will love visiting the Royal Circus in Bath or the historical Docks in Bristol. There is also much to keep the little ones happy in a city break with museums, shops and theatres. Everyone is a winner!

Prefer to escape the hustle and bustle of normal life then how about a relaxing cottage in the country? From cottages perfect for a romantic break (leave the kids behind with grandparents is our advice) to interlinking cottages with shared pools suitable for the whole family or group of friends Group Stays portfolio is diverse. Reviews are great as we hand pick only the very best properties. You promise you wont be disappointed. Get in contact with owners via the different properties, check availability and then get packing. What could be simpler?