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Little Cottage, Praa Sands, Cornwall Little Cottage, Praa Sands Cornwall

Ferryside, East Portlemouth, Devon Ferryside, East Portlemouth

Good for a remote getaway Sleep 2 (cottage one), 6 (cottage two) Cost from £179/£471 a week

12 Sandcastle, West Wittering, West Sussex Sandcastle, West Wittering

Good for yachties and boat fans Sleeps 7 Cost from £867 a week

Steephill Cove, tucked between rocky cliffs below Ventnor’s botanical gardens and reached only on foot, feels like the setting for an Enid Blyton adventure. The safe, sandy beach is peppered with children intent on sandcastle-building, paddling and eating crab pasties. The Wheeler family, who own the Lighthouse, have fished here for centuries – their freshly caught crab and lobster are served in their two restaurants. This is the newest and most handsome of their three properties and offers wall-to-wall sea views from its octagonal tower. There’s a deck inches from the shoreline, and an outdoor shower for washing off the sand post-adventures. • 07801 899747, theboathouse-steephillcove.co.uk

Good for couples, particularly honeymoonersSleeps 2Cost from £1,770 a week

Good for groups fond of barbecues and shrimpingSleeps 9 (including sofa bed) Cost from £1,100 a week

Good for traditional seaside funseekers Sleeps 6 Cost from £630 a week

Perched on a sea wall in one of Yorkshire’s prettiest seaside villages, the Old Coastguard Station is surrounded by lapping waves at high tide. When the tide recedes, however, the perfect beach is revealed. The National Trust bought the building in 1998, turning the lower floors into an educational centre. Upstairs, tucked into the eaves, is a one-bedroom apartment with an open-plan living and dining area that would suit walkers travelling the Cleveland Way. • 0844 800 2070, nationaltrustcottages.co.uk

As alarm clocks go, the sound of Brent geese honking across the saltmarsh in front of a blood-orange sunrise takes some beating. Pebbles faces east – perfect for flinging open its double doors and greeting the morning sun; and its position – by a shingle beach next to Rye Harbour nature reserve – guarantees bird sightings aplenty. This is one of the reasons it attracts artists and musicians looking for a comfortable, back-to-nature retreat. Another is its semi-remoteness: it’s one of a row of wooden cottages and converted railway carriages down an unmade road, behind a sea wall. It feels out of the way but Rye, with its antique shops and restaurants, is a couple of miles down the road. And The Ship round the corner is a restaurant and shop selling good-quality local produce.

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Northbeach Apartments, Tenby, Pembrokeshire Northbeach Apartments, Tenby

This village of traditional stone houses, once occupied by a crofting community, has been restored as self-catering accommodation (the four rental houses are named after former occupants) just a few steps from a pebbly beach and the mighty Atlantic. With double drystone walls and roofed with turf thatch, they were built to withstand the Scottish weather and make a historically interesting and comfortable, rather than luxurious, place to stay. • 01851 643416, gearrannan.com

Good for design-lovers Sleeps five (two doubles and a fold-out bed)Cost £950 a week (small increase for public and school holidays)

Good for Birdwatchers and wildlife loversSleeps 3 (one double, one single)Cost from £650 a week

Old Coastguard Station, Robin Hood’s Bay, North Yorkshire Photograph: Joe Cornish/ NTPL

Osea Island lies just off the coast of Essex and the causeway can only be used at low tide, so just getting there feels like an adventure. All the buildings on the island are part of a resort that attracts privacy-hungry celebs for weekend parties, and families seeking traditional holiday pursuits. The two Manor Beach Cottages, the nearest accommodation to the sands, are handsomely furnished with four-poster beds and leather sofas.• 01621 788593, oseaisland.co.uk

Artists’ Beach House, Whitstable, Kent Artists’ Beach House, Whitstable

Sitting in romantic seclusion, this is the surf shack of dreams, and has featured in magazine shoots and films. Roger Barker bought the former tearoom 17 years ago and converted it into a comfortable, well-appointed hideaway with one large room, a separate wet room and a deck – the place to fire up the barbie, watch the stars and wake to the sound of waves on the sand.• 01637 881183, thebeachhut.uniquehomestays.com

Some say that secluded Ropehawn, tucked into a sheltered bay and accessible by boat or on foot down narrow steps, was the inspiration for Manderley in Daphne du Maurier’s Rebecca. It certainly feels far from modern life. Decorated in neutral tones that don’t distract from the views, it is furnished luxuriously without being precious: it will take the rough and tumble of dogs and children in its stride. The owners have converted the boathouse into the Sea Room, sleeping two and also available to rent.• 01872 553 491, boutique-retreats.co.uk

Good for old-fashioned family funSleeps 2-12Cost from £340 a week

Alain de Botton’s Living Architecture project aims to educate about the emotional power of buildings. This, the project’s second holiday rental, certainly lifts the spirits. Clad with tarred shingles and resembling a group of sheds, it sits among railway carriages and fishermen’s huts on the vast beach at Dungeness. Designed by Glasgow-based Nord Architecture, it is roomy, with floor-to-ceiling windows, and furnished with carefully chosen modern pieces. • no phone, living-architecture.co.uk

No humble beach chalet this. Sitting on a cliff above the honey-coloured sweep of Praa Sands, this crisp, architecturally splendid new holiday home has been designed by eco-aware architect Alex Michaelis. As well as all its top-end, family-friendly amenities (games room, wet room, trampoline, Weber barbecue, Fatboy hammock), it has a ground source heat pump, green roofs and solar panels. Giant windows frame expansive ocean views, and the crash of the waves (excellent for surfing), is a constant soundtrack.• 01209 832848, forevercornwall.co.uk

Built in the 1840s to house four fishermen and their families, this terrace of cottages was abandoned when fishing went into decline. The Landmark Trust has since reconfigured the row into two cottages: one the original size, sleeping two, and the other three combined into one for six. Reached by a footbridge, the front doors open directly on to the beach known as The Shore. Both have tongue-and-groove panelling and plump armchairs to sink into. • landmarktrust.org.uk; 01628 825925

Two apartments, Lux and Loft, occupy the top floors of a Regency house smack on Tenby’s sandy North Beach. Visitors can gaze at Camarthen Bay, or explore it in the apartments’ kayak. Billed as self-catering equivalents to a boutique hotel, both apartments are slickly finished and decorated in white with bright splashes of colour. Woodburning stoves and off-street parking are included; there’s no Wi-Fi, though.• no phone, northbeachtenby.com

Good for family and group celebrationsSleeps eightCost from £2,250 a week

With sea otters nesting in the river beside it, and white-tailed sea eagles flying overhead, there is wildlife all around this Victorian stone cottage. On the shore of Loch Scridian (the Ross of Mull is on its other side), it’s in the grounds of (and is run by) Tiroran House Hotel, a 10-minute walk away and handy for evening meals. It also shares the hotel’s 17 acres of garden and private beach. Small but comfy, it has a woodburning stove and a range cooker. • 01681 705232, selfcateringisleofmull.co.uk

Good for families with small childrenSleeps 4Cost from £700 a week

Good for design-aware holidaymakersSleeps 8 Cost from £1370 a week

Good for walkers and wild swimmersSleeps 6 Cost from £466 a week

Walk out of the front door of this cottage and you are on your own sandy shale beach. Built in typical Pembrokeshire style – whitewashed with thick stone walls and low-beamed ceilings – it was chosen as home to Rosie Probert (played by Elizabeth Taylor) in the film of Under Milk Wood. Modern introductions include a hot tub in a cabin with sea views, and a woodburning stove. Situated just off the Pembrokeshire coastal path, it is ideal for walkers or anyone keen on rockpooling, swimming and feasting on locally grown mussels. • 0844 5005 101, underthethatch.co.uk/penyparrog

Manor Beach Cottages, Osea Island, Essex Manor Cottage Beach Houses, Osea Island

The best thing about this 1906 weatherboard house overlooking Tankerton Beach in Whitstable is its veranda. Running the length of the house, with unrestricted views of the sea, it is the place to settle down with a glass of wine, close family and a plate of Whitstable natives. Inside, dark wooden beams, floors and furniture reference the Arts and Crafts movement, and the paintings, soft furnishings and tiled fireplace give it a pleasant, homely feel.• 01637 881183, artistsbeachhouse.uniquehomestays.com

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Shore Cottages, Berriedale, Caithness Shore Cottages, Caithness

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Good for sea view-loving urbanites Sleep 4Cost from £700 a week

Gearrannan Blackhouse Village, Isle of Lewis Gearrannan Blackhouses, Isle of Lewis

Interior architect Marta Nowicka rescued this end-of-terrace house on the shingle near Camber from dereliction three years ago. Furnished with inherited furniture and antique shop finds, it has a personal vibe that’s rare in holiday rentals. The sea and shore can be seen from most windows. Other pleasures include shrimping, barbecues in the garden, swimming in the sea, collecting driftwood, and sourcing local produce such as saltmarsh lamb and samphire.• no phone, book through holidaylettings.co.uk

Good for hikers and rock poolersSleeps 2Cost from £380 a week

Rising from shingle on the outskirts of Aldeburgh, this is the most northerly of a chain of towers built to defend the coast in the 19th century. It’s a tribute to its construction (a million bricks were used) that it’s the only surviving building of the village of Slaughden – washed away by the sea in 1936. The Landmark Trust rescued it and turned it into an idiosyncratic place to stay. Reached by a bridge and surrounded by sea, it has cavernous rooms and a colourful past – the Mitford family used to come for camping holidays.• 01628 825925, landmarktrust.org.uk

Across the estuary from the popular sailing community of Salcombe, the village of East Portlemouth is quieter and less visited. Ferryside is one of four holiday cottages on its sandy beach, which slopes gently and safely into the sea. It sits beside the slipway (where passenger ferries depart for Salcombe) and has moorings for boats, making it ideal for those who love messing about on the water. Most rooms face south over the estuary. • 01548 843773, coastandcountry.co.uk

This well-behaved holiday park comprises two rows of chalets – one right beside Dunster beach, which starts with pebbles but has generous stretches of sand at low tide. The other looks over a lake and nature reserve. The 230 chalets differ in size, layout and decor, but each comes with its own picket fence and garden. Activities here are gentle: a tennis court and a putting green, and the only traffic noise is from a passing steam train. • 01643 821296, dunsterbeachholidays.com

Good for comfort-loving would-be islandersSleep 7 (cottage one), 4 (cottage two)Cost from £810/£720 a week

Built in the 1920s, this bungalow has been restored sensitively, retaining many original features such as its glazed timber veranda, which looks out over a private garden to shingly East Wittering beach and the sea. (Sandy West Wittering beach, which has Blue Flag status, is nearby.) The interior is decorated in non-twee coastal style: predominantly white with bursts of navy, and accessorised with beach-themed artefacts. There’s a wooden wraparound deck for barbecues and sunbathing. • 01243 672217, baileys.uk.com/holiday-lettings/sandcastle-west-wittering

Coast Guard’s Cottage, Camber Sands, East Sussex Coast Guard’s Cottage, Camber Sands

Good for oyster-loversSleeps 7 (including sofabed) Cost from £575 a week

Pebbles, at Winchelsea Beach, feels out of the way but Rye is only a couple of miles down the road. Photograph: Angela Ward Brown

Inside, Pebbles is light, airy and lofty, with bleached muslin curtains that flit prettily on the sea breeze. Battered leather armchairs and a sofa are grouped in front of the log fire and the dining table seats eight comfortably. From the front gate, a timber path runs through shingle planted with grasses and euphorbia to the white weatherboard house; the good-sized back garden is equipped with sun loungers and a decoratively rusty roll-top bath. Views are obscured by the sea wall but the owners have remedied this by adding a roof terrace. Here sundowners, and goose-enhanced sunrises, can be enjoyed with uninterrupted sea vistas. • no phone, pebblesbeachhouse.co.uk

Good for eco-savvy design lovers Sleeps 8-10 (four bedrooms plus cot)Cost from £2,995 a week

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Monkey Beach Cottage, Mersea, Essex Monkey Beach Cottage, Mersea Island

Good for experiencing life in a crofting villageSleeps 2 (Taigh Thormoid); 5 (Taigh Glass and Taigh an t-Seòladair), 16 (Taigh Lata)Cost from £350 a week

Dunster Village, Minehead, Somerset Dunster Village, Minehead

The Beach Hut, near Bude, Cornwall The Beach Hut, near Bude, Cornwall

West Mersea has become a popular day trip destination for foodies, thanks to the Company Shed, its famous seafood shack. Even more pleasurable, though, is to spend a few days at this 300-year-old, grade II-listed house, a two-minute hop from the beach. With its white weatherboard front and comfortable interior – brass bedsteads, butler’s sink, old leather trunks, oil paintings by local artist David Britton – it’s the perfect base for exploring or simply ordering in a seafood platter to eat in the garden as the daylight fades. • 07973 741148, monkeybeachcottage.co.uk

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