Mid-sized holiday lets with swimming pools that can sleep six with ease
Searching a cottage that can sleep 6 people? Three bedroom holiday cottages are very common; a useful size for any family that has two children that may want a bedroom each of their own.
Alternatively, grandparents or friends may be booking a holiday cottage together and three bedrooms are often required.
Sleeping arrangements for 6
The usual sleeping arrangements for cottages that sleep six people are a double or king-size bed in the master bedroom and two sets of single beds in the other two bedrooms. Sometimes, the beds are all single and can be zip-linked to convert them into doubles for couples. This is done on request when booking the cottage and provides flexible accommodation which can comprise 6 single beds if need be.
In certain cottages, the smallest bedroom may contain 2ft 6in beds which are narrower than the conventional 3 ft single size. These are intended for children. Alternatively, there may be bunk beds. A bunk bed solution might delight youngsters but not go down so well with adults. Even adult-sized bunk beds are not ideal; taller people may find that they are not long enough and the footboard may prevent stretching to full length. We all want a good night’s sleep on holiday and when paying for the rental of a six person holiday cottage, we expect comfortable beds at the very least.
6 person pine lodge breaks
Pine lodges are the newest most popular type of good value family self-catering accommodation. These come in various sizes, the three bedroom versions are fairly typical for family breaks and lots of these can be found all over Britain. Most of the pine lodges are part of extensive holiday parks which offer a wide array of useful facilities for self-caterers. These may include an on-site shop, a restaurant, laundry and bicycle or canoe hire.
One big asset that these pine lodge holiday parks have is a central leisure complex with a pool, sauna, steam room and gym which seems to satisfy most people’s expectations. Find pine lodge holiday parks around the national park areas, around tourist cities such as York or Bath, or on the coast.