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Browse our collection of beautiful homes for rent or have a look at our most popular holiday rental destinations.

If you are looking for a city break, you might also want to consider our holiday apartments, if you want something a bit more exclusive try our villa rentals, beach houses, cottages and cabins.

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Short guide: Holiday Homes
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Nothing is left unseen but all is highlighted with grace and great care at these holiday rentals, just like in a family home. Welcome Beyond introduces some of its favourites.
By Welcome Beyond

— Pick #1: Le Marche Villa in Treia, Le Marche, Italy

Le Marche Villa laid in ruins before it received a facelift, combining the best of Italy from tradition to modernity. This holiday villa is located on the top of the hills with a panoramic view all the way to the adriatic coast, you won’t get tired of admiring this marchigian landscape from the pool or the terrace!
Le Marche Villa in Treia, Le Marche, Italy
— Le Marche Villa exterior and pool

— What’s there to do?
Spend a day on a heavenly beach in Monte Conero with transparent water and eating Italian sushi from Moreno Cedroni, or hiking in the legendary Sibillini mountains. There are plenty of activities, the most difficult is to leave the pool...
 

— Pick #3: Number six the Castle in Andalucia, Spain

Number six the Castle is Andalucía’s ideal rental for families. Traditionally arranged around a courtyard and with a stunning garden, this holiday home has managed to keep its architectural integrity and blends in well with the laid-back Andalucían way of life.
Number six the Castle in Andalucia, Spain
— Number six the Castle interior

— What’s there to do?
The real Andalucía! And one of Europe’s most beautiful beaches. Try the local seafood and to go for a crisp, cold sherry. Seville is a 1.5 hours drive away, Cadiz 40 minutes.

— Pick #2: Cape Villa in Swellendam, South Africa

Surrounded by acres of sloping lawn leading towards the mountain in front of the villa rental where the sunlight reflects in different shades throughout the day, this rental home is a stunning minimalist building, perfectly located to discover Cape Town, the Garden Route, the wineries and deserted beaches.
Cape Villa in Swellendam, South Africa
— Cape Villa view

— What’s there to do?
Plan your holiday in autumn and go to the undiscovered and untouched splendour of De Hoop Nature Reserve, where you can stand alone on the deserted beaches and almost reach out and touch the whales!
 

— Pick #4: Alemanys 5 in Girona, Spain

The 16th century house was beautifully restored while preserving a dialogue with the old. Now turned into a holiday house, it houses two sleek rental apartments featuring a cozy fireplace, a spectacular terrace, a private garden and a swimming pool.
Alemanys 5 in Girona, Spain
— Alemanys 5 kitchen area

— What’s there to do?
Girona’s Jewish quarter and the impressive cathedral. Barcelona, the ocean and the Pyrenees. If that is not enough, then there is also the Dali museum and Dali’s house in Cadaques as well.