Explore the patchwork hills, country roads and picturesque villages of rural England, with our pick of homes in the English countryside.
This beach house is a modern reinterpretation in surprising context, that somehow feels just right. Simple silhouettes, vibrant color-banded walls and some of the country’s most stunning coastal views all to yourself.
This stunning property was once home to a group of Benedictine monks, who founded a priory here in the 11th century. Set in the Suffolk countryside, it’s within walking distance of the historic village of Eye, and within easy reach of London by train.
A cottage that has been cleverly restored with an eye for polished modern design, and lots of cheerful touches. Designed by a family for families, it makes for a carefree and relaxing stay in the country.
This really cool cottage in the New Forest was once part of a farm. It looks out over a nature reserve and is within easy reach of the region’s beaches. A beautiful and historically interesting home with a stylish makeover.
Simple, uncomplicated style is always one of our favorite forms of design, especially when it’s thoughtfully applied with a light touch that conveys a point of view and personality.
Meticulously designed with a focus on British craft in all its forms, this home is a colorful and immersive experience into a world of diverse periods of design. The small country village of Semley is a short walk from the cottage.
Elegantly restored with posh 21st-century luxuries, this beach house has the carefree beachy vibe of a casual seaside retreat and the lovely traditions of the English countryside.
A dramatic estate, set in formal gardens and surrounded by wild meadows, Hales Hall is what remains of a Tudor mansion built in 1478 by Sir James Hobart, Attorney General to Henry VII. It’s easily a destination in itself.
For more vacation homes for rent in the English countryside and throughout the United Kingdom, browse our collection here.