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Even the most stalwart of holiday makers may find themselves in need of the occasional connection to the outside world, whether you are checking your emails, or posting a smug picture to Facebook or Instagram, it is nice to know that wifi is available in these properties.

Check on the owner's website to see if the wifi signal is strong throughout the property or just in common areas. Some locations have limited mobile signal, so if keeping in touch is important to you, do check before you go.

Gorge View Cottage with Cheddar Gorge in the background

Gorge View Cottage, Mendip Hills, Somerset, England

An traditional cottage recently fully renovated to exacting environmental standards. Situated on a small lane, conveniently located in Cheddar village, with panoramic views to Cheddar Gorge, it is perfectly placed to explore the Mendip Hills area.
from £235

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Old Rectory, Ruthin, Wales

Rooms look out to the edge of the forest or the surrounding countryside. You can dine here, feasting on homecooked traditional dishes sourced as locally as possible, such as roast dinner, beef bourguignon, lasagne and pork in pepper and orange sauce.
3 doubles, extra beds available for children

Doubles from £75

Cowley House B&B

Cowley House B&B, Broadway, Cotswolds

Cowley House B&B, a beautiful mid-17th century Cotswold stone house providing 4 star luxury bed-and-breakfast with 8 double rooms (one with a four poster) in Broadway close to walking trails and offering a delicious locally sourced breakfast.
8 rooms

From £105

The walls of the bedrooms in Rêve de Mouettes are decorated with birds

Rêve de Mouettes, Marseille, France

This chic one-bedroom apartment is conveniently located just a few minutes' walk from Castellane Metro station. It's had a green makeover, with A-rated appliances, a water-conserving shower and toilet, organic toiletries and eco cleaning products.
One-bedroom apartment, sleeps 2

See website for details

YHA Brighton Regency frontage

YHA Brighton, Sussex

Complete beach front regency grandeur, YHA Brighton is mere minutes walk from Brighton Pier, Prince Regent’s magnificent Pavilion and the Lanes 180 beds across 51 rooms ranging from single to eight beds all en suite, a 4* hostel with cafe and bar.
180 rooms

beds from £13

Oxwich Bay Hotel, Gower, Wales

The wonderful restaurant is a real highlight, as are the friendly, smiling staff. The little details, from vintage radios to toiletries in the rooms, are well thought-out.
12 doubles

Doubles from £149

Dee Valley Barn

Dee Valley Barn, Llandrillo, Wales

This is a simple, stylish modern barn conversion in peaceful North Wales with fine views of the Dee Valley, one of the most beautiful areas of Wales, and yet one of the easiest regions to access - so ideal for short breaks from England.
Sleeps 6 Master Double, Twin, Double

From £374

Exterior of Villa Florentine lit up in the evening

Villa Florentine, Lyon, France

Set on the Fourviere hillside with splendid views over Lyon, this is a gloriously upscale hotel in a 17th-century mansion. The luxury here is created with impressive environmental care, from water and energy conservation to recycling.
28 rooms

Doubles from €290

View of Bolmynydd Camping Park

Bolmynydd Camping Park, Llanbedrog, Wales

Just a stones throw away from the glorious, golden sand beach of Tyn Tywyn, this tranquil, dog-friendly campsite is in the perfect location for an action-filled family holiday. From wakeboarding to pony rides, there is something for everyone.
Grass pitches with electric hook ups

From £22 per night including tent, car, 2 adults and children up to 3 years old during peak season

Old Tavistock Railway Station, Dartmoor, England

Two luxury holiday cottages within the shell of a disused granite railway station offer possibly Devon’s most unusual accommodation. Perfect for couples or families, these beautiful cottages are stylish, comfortable and set in a stunning location.
2 Double Rooms; 2 Twin Rooms

From £450 for 4 people, 3 nights

Losehill House Hotel & Spa, Peak District, UK

The Peak District's best-kept secret? Losehill House is an arts and crafts gem, a beautiful 4 star hotel set down a leafy lane, surrounded by some of the best walking in the country, with stunning views overlooking Win Hill.
23 rooms: doubles, king, family, suites

See website for details

Beachside Cottage, Pembrokeshire

Beachside Cottage, Aberbach, Pembrokeshire

One of the top 20 beach houses in the UK (according to The Times, 2014), this delightfully refurbished cottage has access to a stunning, virtually private, beach. Situated in the Pembrokeshire National Park, this is a truly magical destination.
Sleeps 6: 1 master double, 1 twin

£645.00 to: £1370.00 (based on two staying)

The exterior of the 1800s stone cottage

The Chestnuts, Oxfordshire, England

Visit this luxuriously contemporary eco-cottage within the Cotswolds, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Set in a traditional 1800s stone cottage, The Chestnuts has been awarded gold by the GTBS.
Three double bedrooms and two double sofa beds

From £1175