Find a holiday letting in south east England which offers use of a swimming pool. There are plenty of cottages, pine lodges and holiday parks, dotted around Kent and East Sussex with a fair number along the coast where there is high demand for seaside breaks.
A string of holiday parks runs down the coast of south east England, these feature both pine lodges and also caravans. Pine lodges tend to be replacing caravans because they offer the kind of good quality holiday accommodation that people prefer. They are spacious, highly insulated and comfortable. They are designed specifically for holiday living and have fitted furniture and appliances that provide good facilities and maximise living space.
Groups of pine lodges have been built around central facilities which usually incorporate a swimming pool or even two; a choice of indoor and outdoor pools to cover all weather conditions. Other facilities may include an on-site restaurant, bar, shop and childrens playground. Holiday parks straddle the range of quality ratings and feature luxury five star accommodation as well as basic cheap holiday lets.
Choosing somewhere to stay with a pool in south east England
Many of the beaches in south east England are pebble, even much loved seaside towns such as Whitstable have a pebble beach. Sandy beaches are essential for children who like to build sandcastles and paddle - pebbles can be painful to walk on barefoot.
Every large seaside town will have a promenade where people walk and cycle, deckchairs to rent and numerous eateries serving up traditional seaside fare. A holiday let that has a swimming pool on-site compensates for the lack of a sandy beach. Most people would prefer children to swim in a pool where there are no unseen currents and natural dangers. There is a big choice of pine lodges, holiday apartment and cottages with pools on the south east England coast and the two factors to weight up when choosing where to go on holiday is the accommodation and destination. It all depends of relative importance, is the area and things to see and do more important than the holiday accommodation and pool or would a stunning holiday let with magnificent leisure amenities outweigh the local attractions?