The 2015 Rugby World Cup is just around the corner and this year all the action is happening across England and Wales from the 16th September to 31st October. If you've been lucky enough to secure tickets to any of the games, and are looking for somewhere to stay, then check out our collection of holiday cottages near the host cities and turn your trip into a break away.
Make it a family adventure and bring everyone along, our holiday cottage Emley Farmhouse sleeps 10 and you can even bring the dogs along too.
Once you've spent the day exploring all Cardiff has to offer you could retreat back to your coastal holiday cottage. Found on the Gower on the famous Rhossili Bay is two of our holiday cottages, The Old Rectory and 1 Coastguard Cottage.
Just under 10 miles from Exeter's city centre you'll find Killerton, an eighteenth century house with surround by parkland. On the estate you'll find five holiday cottages, from quaint thatched cottages to a former gate house, so there's lots to choose from.
One of our newest holiday cottages to join the collection, The Little Fleece, is found in the pretty Cotswold town of Painswick and is just a 20 minute drive from the hear of Gloucester.
If you enjoy the hustle and bustle of London, but like to escape to a more tranquil setting after, then we have two perfect cottages that are just an hour outside of central London. Ferry Cottage and New Cottage sit on the banks of the Thames on the Cliveden estate, offering great views across the river and walks on the estate.
Holiday cottage White Edge Lodge offers a great base for your trip as you could spend one day watching the match, and soaking up the atmosphere in Manchester, and the next exploring the Peak District on foot.
A unique stay in the heart of Birmingham, an excellent location for shopping, theatre and nightlife.
A lovely cottage on the banks of the River Thames on the Cliveden Estate.
This semi-detached eighteenth century cottage lies in Ashclyst Forest.
In an elevated position with stunning views over the Calke Estate.
A former 1920's estate lodge on the edge of Killerton Parkland
A beautiful thatched cottage on the Calke Abbey estate