The Easter holidays are the first proper break of the year and although their dates fall at any time between 21 March and 25 April, they always herald the onset of spring. A new season and the perfect opportunity to get away with family and/or friends also beckon. Whoever is joining you for your early spring break, at Scotts we have a wide range of options for large group accommodation for Easter. Read more …
Even if Easter comes late, start lifting those winter blues by planning your break. You’ll forget about the grey and gloom outside as you lose yourself in a world of wonderful houses for Easter holidays for large groups. Feast your eyes on the photos, picture yourselves in those fine surroundings, make sure the description ticks all your boxes…
Perhaps top of your priorities will be where you choose to stay. Our holiday homes take in the best of British scenery from Scottish isles to English lakes, from Welsh mountains to Cornish beaches. Whether you fancy being in the thick of it or far from the madding crowd, there’s a large holiday home for you all at Easter.
And by everyone we mean just that – every single person in your group. The properties on our books cater for a small party or an extended family Easter holiday and with plenty of space. Think large reception rooms with dining tables and sofas that fit everyone comfortably; areas to be all together (or to take some time out!); games rooms and home cinemas for family entertainment; and kitchens where even the most reluctant chefs will find cooking up a little something far from a chore.
Make your Easter break a chance for everyone in the family to get together, young and old. Our large group accommodation caters for three generation holidays at Easter – many properties have ground floor bedrooms and bathrooms; baby equipment and child-safety features; high-tech for young and not so young gamers; wine chillers for the adults; plenty of outdoor space for everyone and your furry friends…
Since many monuments and tourist attractions close for the winter, spring signals the opening of the new season. Choose your accommodation near one of England’s fine stately homes, Scotland’s emblematic castles or within easy reach of a theme park. Better still go for a holiday home that offers a range of attractions in the vicinity.
In tandem with the Easter opening of tourist attractions come family activities. Many places start their annual events calendar at Easter with particular emphasis on things to do with children. Check out the activities happening near your chosen group accommodation and book your places.
Easter is synonymous with spring flowers. Country lanes and hedgerows come thick with daffodils and other bulbs and if Easter’s late, you’ll catch the carpets of bluebells in the woodlands. Plus, almost every other field will be full of lambs, leaping with the joys of spring in the late afternoon. If you love the British countryside in spring, choose your accommodation for your large group Easter holidays in one of our great rural properties.
However late Easter comes, there will still be a nip in the air in the evening. Make the most of the season to cosy up in front of a roaring fire as you all kick back and relax on your well earned break. Many of our large holiday homes have open fires or log burners, perfect for warming your cockles in the early spring.
Why not make your extended family Easter holiday the perfect excuse for giving yourselves a treat? We have a selection of large holiday homes that come with luxury extras such as hot tubs, heated indoor pools, cinema rooms with super wide screens, your own private sauna or mooring posts or helipads.
Even luxury doesn’t have to be expensive. You’ll be surprised at how little a large group holiday home in Scotland, England and Wales can cost when you break it down by person or compare it to a hotel. This is particularly true if you get ahead and book your group accommodation for Easter early.
And lastly, a good old seasonal tradition: the Easter egg hunt. Our selection of wow houses for Easter comes with private gardens and grounds, perfect for hiding and seeking those chocolate eggs. And if your hunt is rained off, make use of all the indoor space to make it an Easter egg hunt to remember.Find your group accommodation for the Easter holidays now
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