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Haven't you longed for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the big city? If you really want that break from your busy life, then you can choose to stay in an English country house. A holiday in a rural atmosphere is just what you need to find peace and start enjoying the small things in life again. With Nature.house you have endless possibilities to rent a home in the English countryside.


England has a diverse pattern of natural vegetation due to its varied climate and soils. The beautiful English landscape gardens, and a part of an estate or castle, are stunning sights to see from your English country house. All kinds of plants and trees are interspersed with waterfalls, bridges, and temples. You can also often find a place for a real cup of English tea at these gardens. By living in an English country house, you can learn about organic farming and your children can play with the animals. It's an authentic and truly rewarding experience. Southeast England is covered with oak, elm, ash, and beech trees. The wild vegetation consists of the natural flora of woods, fins, cliffs, and mountain slopes. Envisage yourself relaxing in the country houses of Cornwall, a county that forms the tip of the southwestern peninsula of England with mild, warm, or sub-tropical climate and beautiful palm trees. While walking down the coastal area of ​​Cornwall from your country house, you will be mesmerized by the astonishing scene of heavenly-scented rare flower species such as Bulbous Buttercup, Sea campion, Spring squill and so many others that could be included in this list, it's difficult to know where to stop! For your spring break holidays, this is a perfect destination to book an English country house in nature, secluded from others.


Deforestation has caused the reduction of animals in England therefore, wolves, bears, and reindeer are extinct but red and roe deer are protected for sport. Very similar to northwestern continental Europe, smaller mammals like foxes, hares, hedgehogs, rabbits, stoats, and shrews are found. Otters are spotted playing in many rivers, and seals frequently appear along the coast! The steep, rocky coast of England is home to many different seabirds. The rocks provide them with an ideal breeding place. Hence, you'll most definitely encounter the gannet, kittiwake, and shag. Do keep an eye out for the Norwegian petrels, because if you get too close to their nest they might attack you! Red squirrels in a large population can be found in the Lake District in North West England. Since on road, you may have to slow down once you spot road signs alerting you to the possible presence of red squirrels


Gliding through the water in your kayaks on a beautiful summer day as you take in all that nature has to offer in England, sounds perfect, doesn't it? Go to the mountainous Lake District, UK's newest UNESCO protected site, for a picturesque hike or kayak with views of the tranquil lakes, fells, and the whole heap of sleepy villages to explore. This region is also a popular place for collecting precious gems if you'd like to try something new. You definitely have more options to go hiking.

During summers, go on a rewarding hike across the Cotswolds Way, where you can visit the traditional English villages, spot sheep and cows on the farms, and take pictures with the Broadway Tower. Experienced surfers might want to check out Devon, with crazy waves perfect for tricks where you might find yourself and your mates alone on the beach, even during the winters! Looking for a workout and downhill action on the slopes? There are plenty of skiing centers around England, some of which are close to the English country houses you book!


Thought about what it’s like to live in a tiny village where everyone knows each other? Now you don’t have to move to the countryside in order to experience the rural living environment. Just rent a small or large country house in the middle of nowhere and you will see firsthand what rural life has to offer. Maybe you’ll decide that it’s time for you to go back to basics? Actually, with Nature.house you don’t always have to stay in a primitive home because we also have luxury country houses that have all the modern conveniences you might need, and even more - sauna, swimming pool, jacuzzi. Even so, you will be able to experience the relaxation, quietness, and authenticity that country life carries. The opposite is also possible - plan an agriturismo working holiday on a farm. Discover how hard work can be very fun! You’ll be reminded to stay humble, grateful, and committed.


Now you might be wondering, when is the best time to visit England? A day that starts out sunny and delightful might be dark and gray with showers over lunchtime. May, June, September, and October are the best months to travel if you are a summer person. They have the most pleasant temperatures. Carry a raincoat or an umbrella during your holiday if you go in the months of July and August as these are the warmest months, but they are also the wettest. They might make your life easier if you're going on a hike in the mountains. The sunniest parts are along the south coast of England but during the winter months, Cornwall is the coldest place in England but is the least likely to get snow. Several thin layers can keep you warm but in extreme winters.