Cottages in Southampton

Cottages in Southampton

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Popular Cottages in Southampton

Cottage for 2 people, with view in Southampton
Cottage for 2 people, with view
1 bedroom
4.1
(243 reviews)
from £35 / nightFREE cancellation
Cottage for 2 people in Southampton
Cottage for 2 people
1 bedroom
from £145 / night
Cottage for 3 people, with garden, with pets in Southampton
Cottage for 3 people, with garden, with pets
2 bedrooms
4.9
(35 reviews)
from £54 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Southampton
Cottage for 4 people
2 bedrooms
4.5
from £146 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Southampton
Cottage for 4 people
2 bedrooms
from £144 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Southampton
Cottage for 4 people
2 bedrooms
from £149 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Southampton
Cottage for 4 people
2 bedrooms
from £144 / night
Cottage for 4 people in Southampton
Cottage for 4 people
2 bedrooms
from £77 / night

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Highlights in Southampton

  • History and culture
  • Craft beer and microbreweries
  • A door to European flavours
  • The Bargate

Most popular amenities for Cottages in Southampton

Pool 1
Internet 101
Pets allowed 6
Balcony/Terrace 23
TV 89
Air conditioning 2

Cottages in Southampton

Cottages near the sea

Holidu has selected the best cottages in Southampton so you can browse and find the ideal accommodation. Exclusive cottages near the river Itchen or a few steps away from the beaches of Calshot or Stanswood Bay. In the New Forest National Park there are lovely cottages with all the amenities including outdoor jacuzzis in and around Totton! Look for cottages in Fareham, Bursledon or Hound. Make your next trip come true. It is only a click away!

Cute cottages for a wonderful getaway

Open plan living areas and spacious lounges with fireplaces, comfortable sofas, sliding doors and patio decks for al fresco dinings. Vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, bright colours and a perfect decoration make of these cottages an exquisite accommodation option for your holidays in Southampton. A few steps from rivers, countryside, the beach, great eateries and attractions. Ideal for families with children, groups of friends and couples. Find the ideal cottage and start planning your stay in Southampton!

Travellers and activities

Southampton for culture lovers

Explore the hidden heritage within Southampton and admire the wonderful art collection in the art galleries. Enjoy a performance or a theatre play at the Mayflower Theatre, The art House or the Stage Door. Go back in time and discover the history behind the medieval walls or get deeper into its maritime history at the National Maritime Museum, the Local history & Maritime Digital Archive or the Maritime Archaeology Trust. Visit the Tudor House and Gardens to know a bit more of history through interactive activities for the whole family and pay a visit to the Christ Church. Years of heritage, history and culture at your fingertips.

Southampton for food lovers

Take your senses for a delicious and mouthwatering trip. Raise your taste buds having the most varied and vibrant bites around Southampton. Also known as Europe’s cruise capital, Southampton is home to incredible eateries that can take your senses on a culinary trip.Indulge in scrumptious Italian and Mediterranean food at Max’s Brasserie, pairing it all with their best wines. Cheese boards, tortilla, cured ham, Padron peppers and many other delicious Spanish tapas at La Regatta. Want some moussaka or Greek salad? Have them at George’s! Those who love pretzels, schnitzel and bratwurst can have the most wonderful German style food at Stein Garten as you enjoy live music! Whatever your preferences are, Southampotn is ready to offer you the best selection of European flavours.

Did you know the famed Mayflower that brought the Pilgrim Fathers to America set sail from Southampton?

Top 7 travel tips in Southampton

1. Visit the iconic Bargate

The Bargate has been a symbol since the 1100s. When it was first constructed during Norman times, its function was that of being the main entrance to the fortified walled city. Standing in good conditions, the Bargate still is a reference for Southampton and a reminiscence of its past.

2. Visit a medieval merchant’s house

The Medieval Merchant’s House was built in the late 1200s by John Fortin. He was a prosperous merchant. This house has been preserved up to now so people can still visit it from April to September.

3. Be a pilot for the day

Go to Solent Sky Museum and the whole family can have a great day out. The Solent area was important during the times they developed aviation and the aircraft manufacturing industry was developing. For 50 years, the area was home to 26 aircraft manufacturers. Here you can see the legendary Spitfire, the giant Sandringham Flying Boat and least, but not last, you can sit in jet fighter cockpits!

4. Splash at the Quays

Have some fun at the Quays Swimming and Diving complex and have a great time running the gauntlet of Aqua Warrior. This brand new 14-piece pool inflatable is one of the best activities for both children and adults alike to have great fun!

5. Visit Eling Tide Mill

Visit one of the two remaining operating tide mills in the country! The mill has operated for more than 900 years and it is a Grade II listed building with a café, some riverside walks and a visitor centre. Learn about how the tide is harnessed to power the machinery that turns wheat into flour and see it by yourself behind the glazed panels. The children can dress in costumes, you can enjoy the interactive displays in the Discovery Room and buy some of the flour produced at the mill. Tase some of the bread or the cakes at the café.

6. It’s time for a Nature Scavenger Hunt!

In Southampton common you have different trails you can follow. Here you can explore and find indigenous creatures and tiny beasts in the parklands, woodlands streams and more. The common features a fantastic adventure playground with zip wires, slides, a climbing tower and roundabouts. It’s time to have some fun!

7. Are you up for a craft ale?

Southampton is home to great breweries producing some of the country's best award-winning beers. Renowned breweries including Unity Brewing, Tap It Brew Co, Vibrant Forest and Steamtown along with brew pubs such as London Road Brewhouse and Brewhouse & Kitchen. Craft beer is not about a simple drink but a culture that offers quality, creativity and locally produced beers.Micropubs around Southampton such as Brewdog, Butchers Hook in Bitterne Triangle also offer you a great selection of beers. Nowadays, there are around 20 craft beer bars and breweries in and around town. Take your time to try a few! You won’t be disappointed.

Cottages in Southampton

Cottages near the sea

Holidu has selected the best cottages in Southampton so you can browse and find the ideal accommodation. Exclusive cottages near the river Itchen or a few steps away from the beaches of Calshot or Stanswood Bay. In the New Forest National Park there are lovely cottages with all the amenities including outdoor jacuzzis in and around Totton! Look for cottages in Fareham, Bursledon or Hound. Make your next trip come true. It is only a click away!

Cute cottages for a wonderful getaway

Open plan living areas and spacious lounges with fireplaces, comfortable sofas, sliding doors and patio decks for al fresco dinings. Vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, bright colours and a perfect decoration make these cottages an exquisite accommodation option for your holidays in Southampton. A few steps from rivers, countryside, the beach, great eateries and attractions. Ideal for families with children, groups of friends and couples. Find the ideal cottage and start planning your stay in Southampton!

Travellers and activities

Southampton for culture lovers

Explore the hidden heritage within Southampton and admire the wonderful art collection in the art galleries. Enjoy a performance or a theatre play at the Mayflower Theatre, The art House or the Stage Door. Go back in time and discover the history behind the medieval walls or get deeper into its maritime history at the National Maritime Museum, the Local history & Maritime Digital Archive or the Maritime Archaeology Trust. Visit the Tudor House and Gardens to know a bit more of history through interactive activities for the whole family and pay a visit to the Christ Church. Years of heritage, history and culture at your fingertips.

Southampton for food lovers

Take your senses for a delicious and mouthwatering trip. Raise your taste buds having the most varied and vibrant bites around Southampton. Also known as Europe’s cruise capital, Southampton is home to incredible eateries that can take your senses on a culinary trip. Indulge in scrumptious Italian and Mediterranean food at Max’s Brasserie, pairing it all with their best wines. Cheese boards, tortilla, cured ham, Padron peppers and many other delicious Spanish tapas at La Regatta. Want some moussaka or Greek salad? Have them at George’s! Those who love pretzels, schnitzel and bratwurst can have the most wonderful German style food at Stein Garten as you enjoy live music! Whatever your preferences are, Southampton is ready to offer you the best selection of European flavours.

Did you know the famed Mayflower that brought the Pilgrim Fathers to America set sail from Southampton?

Top 7 travel tips in Southampton

1. Visit the iconic Bargate

The Bargate has been a symbol since the 1100s. When it was first constructed during Norman times, its function was that of being the main entrance to the fortified walled city. Standing in good conditions, the Bargate still is a reference for Southampton and a reminiscence of its past.

2. Visit a medieval merchant’s house

The Medieval Merchant’s House was built in the late 1200s by John Fortin. He was a prosperous merchant. This house has been preserved up to now so people can still visit it from April to September.

3. Be a pilot for the day

Go to Solent Sky Museum and the whole family can have a great day out. The Solent area was important during the times they developed aviation and the aircraft manufacturing industry was developing. For 50 years, the area was home to 26 aircraft manufacturers. Here you can see the legendary Spitfire, the giant Sandringham Flying Boat and least, but not last, you can sit in jet fighter cockpits!

4. Splash at the Quays

Have some fun at the Quays Swimming and Diving complex and have a great time running the gauntlet of Aqua Warrior. This brand new 14-piece pool inflatable is one of the best activities for both children and adults alike to have great fun!

5. Visit Eling Tide Mill

Visit one of the two remaining operating tide mills in the country! The mill has operated for more than 900 years and it is a Grade II listed building with a café, some riverside walks and a visitor centre. Learn about how the tide is harnessed to power the machinery that turns wheat into flour and see it by yourself behind the glazed panels. The children can dress in costumes, you can enjoy the interactive displays in the Discovery Room and buy some of the flour produced at the mill. Tase some of the bread or the cakes at the café.

6. It’s time for a Nature Scavenger Hunt!

In Southampton common you have different trails you can follow. Here you can explore and find indigenous creatures and tiny beasts in the parklands, woodlands streams and more. The common features a fantastic adventure playground with zip wires, slides, a climbing tower and roundabouts. It’s time to have some fun!

7. Are you up for a craft ale?

Southampton is home to great breweries producing some of the country's best award-winning beers. Renowned breweries including Unity Brewing, Tap It Brew Co, Vibrant Forest and Steamtown along with brew pubs such as London Road Brewhouse and Brewhouse & Kitchen. Craft beer is not about a simple drink but a culture that offers quality, creativity and locally produced beers. Micropubs around Southampton such as Brewdog, Butchers Hook in Bitterne Triangle also offer you a great selection of beers. Nowadays, there are around 20 craft beer bars and breweries in and around town. Take your time to try a few! You won’t be disappointed.

FAQs: Cottages in Southampton

Which types of facilities are available at the cottages in Southampton?

Among the services you can find on Holidu, it seems that the cottages in Southampton benefit from everything that travellers need! Here, the cottages generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: Wi-Fi (100%), garden (50%), and view (33%)...Not bad, right?

How do travellers usually rate cottages in Southampton?

Judging by last year's information, most cottages in Southampton get a score of fewer than 4.5 stars. It may therefore be a little more difficult for you to find well-rated cottage.

Are the cottages in Southampton suitable for families with children?

Holidu's insights reveal that 17% of cottages in Southampton are suitable for families with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the ideal cottage for you and your children.

Are the cottages in Southampton suitable for holiday-makers who wish to travel with their pets?

Of course! In Southampton, 33% of the cottages give you the opportunity to bring along your furry best friend, and 50% even have a garden!

Do the cottages in Southampton often come with Wi-Fi?

Of course! According to Holidu's database, 100% of cottages in Southampton offer an internet connection. It is therefore no problem for you to will be able to browse the internet during your stay!

What are the prices like for cottages in Southampton?

The majority of cottages in Southampton (67%) cost less than £100 a night. Therefore, this destination is perfect for reserving a cheap cottage!

Are the cottages in Southampton suitable for stays with several people or rather for a holiday as a small group?

According to Holidu information, 67% of cottages welcome small groups of up to four guests. Approximately 67% of the cottages here have at least two separate bedrooms. This is the perfect destination for going in small groups, with family or friends!

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