Book a Landmark. Be part of a story.

From fairytale towers and eccentric follies, to breathtaking forts and secluded cottages, the Landmark Trust offers remarkable places to stay for short breaks. Our charity has rescued hundreds of precious buildings from destruction and dereliction, carefully restoring each one with ancient craft skills and adding modern comforts past inhabitants could only dream about: fully equipped kitchens, contemporary bathrooms and cosy heating. The cost of your break goes directly towards caring for the property, saving it for future generations to enjoy, so it will never again fall into disrepair. 

Holidays that help heritage

The booking income our charity receives goes towards repairing and maintaining buildings in our care. Our ambitious rescue projects have won awards, the experience we offer has won accolades, coming top in Which? magazine’s 2020 survey of holiday accommodation providers. But they come with far more than that; they come with their own stories. Stories of survival, nostalgia, romance and innovation. Which story will you be a part of? 

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Featured Landmarks

Lengthsman’s Cottage, Princelet Street, Elton House, Warden Abbey, 43 Cloth Fair, Goddards, Astley Castle, Swarkestone Pavilion, East Banqueting House


A message from our director

In these extraordinary times, our director Dr Anna Keay OBE reflects on Landmark in 2020 here.


Coronavirus information

We’ve worked hard to make Landmarks safe for our customers and colleagues. We're adhering to all Government and public health requirements, and have been accredited with Visit Britain’s 'We’re Good to Go' industry standard.

For information about our Covid-secure safety measures, what we're asking of guests and summaries of the latest Government travel advice, click here. Or to find out about our deferral and cancellation policies, click here.