Holiday cottages for February
Love is in the air
February might be a month of dark mornings and chilly weather. It is also the month that starts to usher in the start of spring. Carpets of snowdrops cover the woodlands, and early daffodils and crocus add splashes of colour to the frosty landscape. So, why not have a look at some of our available holiday cottages for February?
It’s also a month for the hopeless romantics amongst us. With Valentine’s Day the perfect excuse to whisk your loved one away somewhere special. We have some gorgeously romantic holiday cottages available over Valentine’s Day. From whimsical shepherd’s huts with bubbling hot tubs and wood-burning stoves to enchanting, thatched cottages and old coachhouses with open fires and baths big enough for two. You can hide away from the world, just for a while.
It’s the perfect month for winter walks, cosy pubs, and the warmth of a roaring fire. There is no better way to banish the winter blues than by wrapping up warm, heading out under the clear blue of a February winter sky for a mood-boosting, countryside stroll. Relaxing over lunch in a characterful village pub and then returning to a cosy cottage where you can unwind before the glow of a crackling fire.
Now that January’s self-control is all over and done with, it is also the perfect time to reward your patience and abstinence. Take this opportunity to discover the fantastic food and drink at one of the many celebrated country pubs, Michelin-star restaurants, and unique dining experiences available.
Likewise, there’s also a school half term in February. It’s an ideal opportunity to let the children run wild in the fresh air. Bundle them up in woolly hats and welly boots for epic puddle jumping sessions and tramping through frosty fields. Then afterwards warm them up with toasty marshmallows and creamy hot chocolate.
This is a wonderful time in the countryside and we have a wide selection of holiday cottages for February. All of the properties below are just waiting to welcome you cheerfully to the Cotswolds, Herefordshire and Wye Valley, Forest of Dean and Welsh Borders.