Cottages 4 You - not anymore, Cottages 4 You are Cottages.com
Those of you out there who've booked a cottage holiday or two in their time will probably
have come across the mammoth of cottage holidays, Cottages 4 You. Well, now Cottages 4 You
has become even more like a mammoth - it's extinct.
From the fires of Cottages 4 You we have Cottages.com
All is not lost though. Cottages 4 You may have gone away, but in its place is the brand new
to you by the same people who brought you Cottages 4 You, Cottages.com, is, if you like, a Cottages 4 You II - or
Return of Cottages 4 You. All the 15,000 cottages which you could book on Cottages 4 You are still available of Cottages.com, you
certainly haven't lost any choice. All that's really happened is Cottages 4 You has changed its name.
Cottages 4 You is now Cottages.com - same cottages, different brand
Who were Cottages 4 You, and who are Cottages.com
Cottages 4 You were a large provider of holiday cottages. I think it would be fair to say that they were the largest provider of holiday cottages in the UK.
There were around 15,000 cottages provided by Cottages 4 You, which the vast majority of these (about 11,000) being in the UK - and a good scattering
of cottages in Ireland too. We featured all the Cottages 4 You cottages here on UK Holiday Shop, you'll find the cottages here:
South West England and
So now that Cottages 4 You has gone away, what's happened to all those cottages. As you'd expect, all the cottages are still around - and they are all
available to host your cottage holiday. It's just that Cottages 4 You has changed its name. It's now Cottages.com. Same cottages, just a different website.
Hopefully this new website will be bigger and better than the old website. It certainly looks like an ultra-modern site.
This is what Cottages 4 You looked like
A nice enough website, but a little old fashioned, this is the site which has been replaced by the all-singing, all-dancing Cottages.com.
This was the Cottage 4 You web site - nice, but not as nice as the new site
The new and improved Cottages.com
Look very modern and up-to-date - and easily used on your tablet and mobile, this is what the new Cottages.com website looks like.
This is the new Cottages.com website
Now you know. Cottage.com isn't a new kid on the block; just a new name for Cottages 4 You. This is very much a good thing, it means you've got the same
30 years of cottage holiday experience behind the scenes. And the company is ABTA protected - so
you've got some protection too.
Cottages.com is owned by Wyndham Vacation Rental, which is a huge company, with plenty of back-up. You're certainly safe in the knowledge that
you can book online with Cottages.com and that you're in safe hands.
All that's left to do now is to nip across to the new and improved website and see what you can find for your next holiday.
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