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Homestays in England

Have a different kind of holiday experience: try a homestay - affordable and intimate, they are a great way to experience a place, with friendly hosts offering advice and tips that only in-the-know locals can. Facilities range from just a comfy bed to self-catering or maybe even a meal cooked for you, and there are homestays in a range of great locations across the country, including close to the heart of London. Lots of great homestays are available through crashpadder, and you can have a look at some of the best options below:

Harvey - your carriage awaits!

Harvey, Cornwall, England

The golden age of steam travel is revived in Lizzy and Dave's sensitively converted '50s railway coach, now a wonderful place to stay with all mod cons, outside St Ives and close to Cornwall's miles of sandy beaches.
2 doubles, 1 quad, two living/sleeping rooms

From £295

The inside of the Travelling Post Office

The Travelling Post Office, Cornwall, England

The Travelling Post Office is a piece of history now converted into a beautiful and unique place to stay: this historic railway coach broke the 100mph barrier in 1904 and now boasts stunning views of the surrounding Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
1 double, 1 twin, 1 lounge/diner/2 extra beds, bathroom

from £295 for a winter short break, to £789 for a week in high season

Beresford Terrace 2, London, England

A different kind of homestay, this provides guests with a hotel experience but in a private home, and also offers a pick-your-own vegetable garden. Experience London like a local, and with a much lower carbon footprint than staying in a hotel.
2 double bedrooms

The Blue House, Isle of Wight, England

A modernised timber building, with a fabulous cedar and glass extension, the Blue House sleeps eight in style.

From £1,450 per week.