British Forces Resettlement Services (BFRS)

BFRS is a Social Enterprise that was created to work in support of the Armed Forces Community (AFC). We support them by working with companies across the UK that are looking to hire, re-train, and offer career advice to the them. 

We successful host National Careers Fairs across the country and our aim is to continuously introduce the AFC to companies and try to ensure they are fully aware of the benefits of employing from this community.

For more information please click or call ........

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0207 2189000

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The Ultimate Resource for Finding Your Perfect Holiday Cottage - Below are literally thousands of properties Including Coastal, Seaside, Pet Friendly ones to those with Swimming Pools!

Self Catering Cottages

HOPGROVE FARM HOLIDAY COTTAGES

3 Hopgrove Ln N, York YO32 9TF, UK

Family run cottages, very welcoming and well equipped, 10 minutes drive into York. We had a great weekend sightseeing.

Very clean and the little touches like milk bread and flowers on arrival makes it. Close to York and surrounding areas of North Yorkshire. Would definately recommend thesr cottages

Merricote Cottages

Lawnswood House, Malton Road, York YO32 9TL, UK – 01904 400256

A lovely find, a bit difficult but not impossible to navigate to the first time, but worth it when you do. Cream tea on arrival just what is needed after a long drive. Convenient location for York tourist attractions. Comfy, cosy and quiet.

Really enjoyed our stay here, had everything we wanted so well equipped. Scones on arrival were a lovely touch thank u so much. Will book to come again

York Boutique Lets

354 Strensall Rd, York YO32 9SW, UK – 01904 765531

Stayed in Front Street Apartment for weekend. Lovely property, spotlessly clean, furnished to a high standard. Great value and excellent communication throughout with hosts. Highly recommended x

the apartment we stayed in was fabulous, clean, spacious, modern but still managed to keep its old looks, booking was easy the instructions on how to gain access could not have been easier, really well planned. it was me and my girlfriends first trip away and it could not have worked out better. Bravo.

Cottages.com used to be called Cottages4You. It was one the first and one of the biggest of the Holiday Cottage Rental websites. They have over 14,000 properties - and so should have one near where you where you would like to go - not only anywhere in the UK but they have lots of overseas properties as well.

The website is really fast and simple to use. I fact it is close to a no-nonsense approach! It does what it says on the tin.  Good hunting.

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Well worth a look. The properties are well presented - each with a property manager. I did see that they don't have their telephone number under their photo!

Definately a slick and believable website. Enjoy!

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Toad Hall Cottages are also very well established and specialise in the South West. They do Pet Friendly Cottages which can be a bonus for lots of families. They also to 'big' and 'luxury' if that is your bag. Go with a crowd - some of the best holidays are with friends!


Stunning Ancient Devon Longhouse with B & B

Milton Abbot A wonderful 17th Century farmhouse set in the heart of the Devon countryside near the historic and beautiful town of Tavistock on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park. Great walks in private wood...
If you have to have sun - or atleast more sun - you might like to have a look at the villas below. Some will be lovely in the spring in autumn when we are rather winding down in the UK - to say the least!
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James Villas as the name suggested just do 'Abroad'. They were one of the first big ones. If you are interested in Europe, North Africa or Florida give them a click. Huge choice and flashy site. Enjoy!

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The local cottages shown above will often be reviewed but Trip Advisor is one of the reviewing websites that you can book through right there and then.