Explore National Trust Holidays Unique Accommodation
National Trust have been caring for special places for 125 years and have provided holiday accommodation since the 1930s. They started with only a few cottages, carefully restoring unoccupied buildings on our estates. With the help from your funds, they were able to refurbish more and more historic buildings, working with local, heritage craftspeople to protect the unique character of these places. Today they manage over 400 cottages, bothies, bunkhouses and campsites across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
New places to stay
Perfect for a city break in the vibrant and historic city of York, the newly-renovated Draper's flat sits above a National Trust shop (which was the original draper's shop) in Minstergate. With all of York on your doorstep, the apartment makes a stylish base for exploring the city and further afield.
Full of historic character - complete with flag-stone floors, wooden beams and a log burner in the sitting room - Brandsdale Mill Bunkhouse consists of kitchen, sitting room and dining room on the ground floor and two bunk-bedded dormitories, each sleeping 6, on the first floor.
With its secluded setting just north of the village of Cushendun, Strand House is ideal for escaping the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The village (which is now cared for by the National Trust) was built in the Cornish style in 1912 by Baron Cushendun in attempt to please his Cornish-born wife.
Brimming with historic character (think wooden beams, floors and thick stone walls), and one of the few surviving buildings left on the Gibside estate, the hay lofts above the former racehorse stables now sleep a group of 25.
As Dorset is Hardy country, literature lovers will find Hardy connections everywhere. Explore his house, Max Gate, or picturebook-perfect Hardy's Cottage where he grew up, both looked after by the National Trust. When you stay with us, the funds from your holiday go towards looking after places like these.
Set on the fringes of North York Moors and with panoramic sea views, High Peak offers a special stay on the Yorkshire coast. With four bedrooms, two with en-suite bathrooms, a spacious kitchen, dining room and separate living room, it's perfect for big families and groups looking for a getaway with a difference.
Types of Holiday accommodation
From unique holiday cottages, to rural camping locations, to bothies and bunkhouses, our collection of holiday accommodation brings you close to our special places.
Touring caravans, motorhomes and campervans are welcome at many of our campsites, located in extra special settings.
Discover the National Trust's range of camping holidays in the UK, from tent campsites, glamping locations to caravan sites.
Discover our collection of bunkhouses, bothies and camping barns set in unique locations, perfect for group accommodation.
Discover our collection of over 400 unique holiday cottages, handpicked and nestled in some of the UK's most beautiful places.
Book a break to remember at one of our tenant B&Bs and enjoy bed and breakfast at some of the beautiful places we look after.
Stay at one of our hotels and enjoy a special sense of history as well as time away.