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The first thing many of us will want to do when the majority of restrictions end on June 21? Reunite with family and friends we’ve spent minimal time with over the past year. It will finally be the time to celebrate all those missed events: from milestone birthdays to engagements and new additions to the family. The best way to do this is, of course, on a holiday – and the UK has lots of amazing self-catering holiday lets that are perfectly suited to large group gatherings. Think private pools, games rooms and alluring outdoor dining spaces in which to perfect the art of the great British barbecue. Of course, the roadmap could shift and change, but for now this is a date for the diary you won’t want to miss. Just make sure you have a good cancellation policy with whoever you book with, should you need to amend your stay. And needless to say, things are booking up fast so if you want to secure a coveted school holiday slot you may need to think fast. Find the best options across the UK for summer 2021 and beyond below. House on the Hill, Sussex This Grade II-listed five-bedroom property benefits from spectacular sea views and seriously swish interiors that have much more in common with a boutique hotel than a self-catering stay. It’s found in the seaside town of Hastings, with plenty of historic castles, gardens and more to explore nearby. A 6ft projector screen with Sonos sound system is just the ticket for family film nights, and you can dine al fresco in the courtyard garden among ferns.
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We love the Landmark Trust. The charity offers affordable stays in historic buildings in some of the most picturesque corners of the country. What’s not to like? Its properties add a special ingredient to any UK holiday – making them ideal for a spring break to banish memories of our bleak lockdown winter. Self-catering holidays will be possible from April 12, and, while many of its most popular options book up months in advance, there is still some availability during those first few weeks of freedom. 1. Nicolle Tower, St Clement, Jersey Available April 12-16 (£409); 19-23 (£429). Sleeps two.
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