Holiday homes with rooftop hideaways that are perfect for summer BBQs
THE British summer this year is promising plenty of sun, which is great news for those betting on a staycation.
But making the most of the warm rays doesn’t have to mean heading for the beach.
There are plenty of rental homes in the middle of the city that are great if you want somewhere centrally located, easily accessible but offering space and privacy as well.
To help you make the most of the great weather, we’ve rounded up some of the best city dwellings with rooftop hideaways that you can rent.
Not only are they gorgeous sun traps, some even offer space for barbecues too – just check with the owners before you fire up the grill.
Loft space in London – £39.17pppn
This property is situated in trendy Clerkenwell, and has room for up to six guests
Upstairs, there’s lots of space on the roof – and it even comes with a barbecue.
It’s available for around £235 per night, or £39.17pp.
Luxury penthouse in London – £56.25pppn
Away from central London there’s this lovely property in Limehouse.
It sleeps four in two bedrooms – and both have access to the roof terrace.
The property is available for around £225 a night, working out to £56.25 per person, but you will have to stay for a minimum of three nights.
Bijoux pad for two in Manchester – £32.50pppn
This studio apartment is great for couples.
It’s incredibly affordable, with nightly rates from around £65 – or £32.50 per person.
Plus, it’s within walking distance from attractions like Castlefield Roman Fort.
Coastal apartment in Falmouth – £38pppn
This two-bed penthouse apartment has a roof terrace with incredible views of the bay in Falmouth.
It’s just a short walk from the town centre as well if you need to pick up any essentials.
The apartment is available for around £152 per night, so for a group of four, it works out to £38 per person.
Seaview home in Saundersfoot – £12.40
This luxury home with hot tub and sea view is a real bargain.
It sleeps up to ten people and is available for around £124, or £12.40 per person.
There’s great access to the beach – and there’s even an outdoor shower where you can rinse off the sand.
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