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These are holidays designed just for you, by you, the traveler. From lodging to meals to sites, this excursion cuts out the middlemen, as it were, and ensures the best time to be had for the traveler, by the travelerYOU!
Sprinkled across the European landscape are places that cater to self catering holidays. Journeyers can choose from several lodging types: a hotel, cottage, a lodge, or camp out under the stars in tents. Its a different type of travel that affords those bored with the hotel-continental breakfast-rental car-see-a-museum-or-a-church routine can design where they visit, what they eat, where they shop and where and when they sleep. And, these lodges stand independently from other guests. In other words, its as individual a residence as you aretemporarily speaking, of course.
The beauty of these holidays are, youre on your own timetable. Sure, youll have to see when something is open and survey the area where a cute market would be to get that perfect necklace, but for the most part, tourists can sleep in or rise early to scan an awakening landscape before the birds do. Travelers can eat when they like and what they choose, visit shops and nooks, drive into town for museums or see residential countrysides on long and winding drives.
They can take is a castle tour theyd learned about or simply stay back in the lodge and go on a nature hike in a remote part of whatever European countryside they happen to be anchored in. The choices are as individual as they are and just as varied to keep anyone away from the dreaded words while on holiday, So, what do you want to do today? Self catering holidays are available in England, Ireland, France, Scotland, Italy and Spain. There arent too many of these afforded holidays in the United States, though.