Our collection of lodges spans thousands of large holiday homes in the UK and is perfect for accommodating groups in comfort. If you’re looking for large lodge holidays for a special occasion, or somewhere spacious to relax with a wider group of friends, we have lots of holiday cottages and lodges to choose from. Some are even dog friendly, so you can bring pets along too.
Whether you’re looking for a place to spend group holidays on the coast or family holidays that offer a rural escape in places like the Peak District or the Lake District, we can help you find the perfect accommodation. We have properties across different locations in the UK - near forests, beaches, big cities, towns, small villages, National Trust properties, fun-filled activities and more.
Lodge Holidays offer a handpicked selection of luxury homes for large groups at discount prices. Our group accommodation includes large cottages, roomy holiday homes and impressive country houses with all the modern comforts you could need. Some even come with little extras like pools, hot tubs and a games room. Our helpful customer service team is at hand to help you find the perfect place 24/7.
Bridge, near Canterbury
If you’ve been tasked with the job of finding big cottages for a large group, take a look at our most popular locations for large lodge holidays.
Best for: Gorgeous countryside and great food
Yorkshire contains beautiful national parks, impressive beaches, stately homes and a range of large family attractions. Incredible hiking routes will take you through stunning countryside and you can visit historic buildings, spectacular ruins and traditional seaside resorts. Here is our collection of lodge holidays in Yorkshire.
Best for: Beaches and birdwatching
Norfolk boasts lots of unspoilt, family-friendly beaches - most are dog-friendly too. Norfolk’s coastal sand dunes are home to a wide range of rare plants and wildlife. Enjoy a boat trip past picturesque towns and villages via the unique Broads set in beautiful countryside. Browse through our large holiday houses in Norfolk.
Best for: Famous Whisky Distilleries and fabulous fish
A holiday in Scotland covers large cities like Edinburgh, Glasgow or Aberdeen, the lochs and mountains of the Highlands or the rugged coastlines of the Outer Hebrides. See fascinating castles and mysterious ruins or discover some famous Scottish film locations. Take a look at our places to stay in Scotland.
Best for: Beautiful beaches, stunning countryside and rolling hills
Dorset includes the Jurassic Coast, England’s only natural World Heritage Site. Much of the countryside has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. There are also plenty of historic towns and quaint villages that would make a great base for your next holiday.
Best for: Its many beauty spots
Wales is a wonderful place for all sorts of holiday from total relaxation to adrenaline filled adventure. See Blue Flag beaches, striking scenery, fantastic hiking trails and no less than three national parks: Snowdonia, the Brecon Beacons and the Pembrokeshire Coast. Let us help you find the perfect place to stay in Wales.
You’ve found your perfect holiday home, why not take in some fresh air and spectacular views while you’re there with five of our favourite walking routes.
Location: West YorkshireDifficulty: EasyWalk length: Various
Tread the moorland paths that inspired the work of the Bronte sisters. Bronte Country, within the beautiful South Pennine Hills, offers many different walking routes. The area spans a literary landscape of wild moors, deep valleys and small villages, with a rich history and industrial past.
Location: Norfolk Broads National Park
Walk length: 6.3 mile
Horsey Circular Walk begins in the village of Horsey in the North East of the Norfolk Broads National Park, where, if you’re lucky you might spot seals. It then takes you alongside the North Sea, inland through wildlife-rich marshland, and loops back to the local village pub, Nelson Head.
Walk Length: Two and a half miles
Glenfinnan Viaduct Trail takes you underneath the viaduct, which featured in the Harry Potter movies. At one point it crests a grassy knoll from which you’ll see fine views of Loch Shiel and the mountains on either side.
Walk Length: Three miles
This Godlingston Heath walk begins in Studland and offers breathtaking views right across the heath to Little Sea and Studland Bay. You’ll pass orchards and woodland, and have plenty of opportunities to spot an array of wildlife including birds, lizards and dragonflies.
Location: Bethesda, Wales
Walk length: Three miles
The Cwm Idwal walk, at the oldest National Nature Reserve in Wales, takes you into a normally inaccessible upland environment, and through beautiful ice-sculpted Cwm Idwal – a bowl-shaped hollow filled with the crystal clear waters of Llyn Idwal. The site is world famous for its rock formations and its rare and fragile plant life.