The remote UK properties you can rent for all the family post-lockdown from £16pp a night

A HOLIDAY is all that Brits are thinking about right now, with trips abroad left in tatters.

Thankfully there are still some beautiful properties in the UK – many of which are remote enough to let you social distance.

While the UK government still advises against non-essential travel, there are high hopes for a staycation in the country.

This means a trip to the coast or to the countryside may be possible with friends and families.

We've rounded up the best properties which are remote and have enough room for everyone.

With some starting from £16pp a night, here is where you should book – once the lockdown is over.

Lavender Barn, Somerset – £49pppn


The luxurious converted barn in Somerset sleeps up to 12 people, making it perfect for a family stay.

Along with six double bedrooms, there is also a private swimming pool, hot tub and games room.

Fancy going exploring? You can easily visit Exmoor National Park and Quantock Hills, both near the house.

A quiet pint at the nearby New Inn pub in Halse, just a five minute walk, is also recommended.

Book it here.

Cop Farm, Peak District – £50pppn


Located in the Peak District, the five-bedroom farm property can have up to 14 guests at a time.

The best part is the sprawling views of the landscape, situated 1,300 feet above sea level.

There is enough to do inside as well, with a children's play area for the kids as well as a large outdoor space for entertaining.

While you won't be disturbed at the remote house, it is just seven miles to Buxton which is easily done by car or by bike.

Book it here.

Incleborough House, Norfolk – £22pppn


The 18-person property is located along the coast of Norfolk.

With seven bedrooms, the Grade II listed building has been modernised, and you can make the most of the hot tub and pool table late into the evening, as well as hire a chef for the duration of your stay.

In better weather, there is half an acre of private walled garden with chairs and sunloungers available.

If you need to venture out, there are a number of sandy beaches just a short drive away, as the house is just 300m from the sea.

Book it here.

Cowgill Grange, Yorkshire Dales – £16pppn


Cowgill Grange is located in the Yorkshire Dales, with 18 people welcome to stay across seven bedrooms.

The vast countryside surrounds the house, which, while just a small outdoor seating area, offers acres of land to explore.

It is also located on the route of the Settle-Carlisle train line – a 73-mile journey often seen as one of the most beautiful in the world.

There is enough room for everyone, with two dining rooms and two living rooms, each with their own log fire.

Book it here.

Cuckoo Croft Barn, Shropshire – £19pppn


Cuckoo Croft Barns is both traditional and modern using both wooden panels and steelwork.

The five-bedroom property, which can welcome 12 guests, has enough room across the spacious property with beautiful views of the countryside surrounding it.

Cyclists and walkers will be able to make the most of the outdoor space, but you can also pre-book spa packages, quad biking and even paint-balling at the property.

The local Horseshoes Pub offers a free pick-up and return service if you pre-book a table.

Book it here.

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