Big holiday houses in the Czech Republic

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Outside of Prague, the spectacular capital, the Czech Republic is relatively undiscovered by British holidaymakers, yet this compact country with a rich history has a great deal to offer including great value skiing, walking and cycling destinations.

From large self-catering apartments in Prague and holiday homes in Telc to spa town holiday villas in Karlovy Vary Group Accommodation has a wide range of large holiday rentals in the Czech Republic ideal for a large family or group holiday.

We have big holiday rentals in Central Bohemia and Prague, West Bohemia, North Bohemia, East Bohemia, South Bohemia, the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, North Moravia, and South Moravia all sleeping 10+, making them ideal for big families and groups.

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Imagine hiring an apartment in Prague to explore all the architecture and sights of the Czech capital; staying in a holiday rental in Marinsk Lzn, a well-known spa town; or renting a big holiday cottage in Mutenice, a well-known wine region.

At Group Accommodation, we work hard to fulfill these dreams, and as a specialist group holiday company we are dedicated to bringing you the best big group holiday homes in the Czech Republic.

Where to Stay in the Czech Republic

It's not easy choosing where to stay in the Czech Republic, with such a fabulous range of exciting cities, diverse landscapes and excellent group accommodation.

Rent accommodation in Central Bohemia or a holiday apartment in Prague for city sightseeing and day trips to interesting towns such as Kutna Hora, with its famous St. Barbora cathedral. Go hiking around Karlstejn castle and visit the off-the-beaten-track monastery, and explore the protected landscapes around Kokorinsko.

Hire a holiday home in West Bohemia and you can visit the historical city of Cheb and its old castle; pamper yourself in spa resorts such as Karlovy Vary or Marinsk Lozne visit the birthplace of Pilsner beer in Pilsen; and take the 17km hiking trail (or hop on a bus!) from Karlovy Vary to the pretty village of Loket with its castle, Black Gate Tower, town hall, churches, and Bookbinding Museum.

If you head to a holiday rental in North Bohemia, you can explore diverse landscapes including Bohemian Paradise, a protected landscape that's ideal for hiking a biking holidays, and the scenery at Prachov Rocks. Go for mountain walks around Spindler's Mill and visit Liberec, nestled in the Jizerske Hory mountains, a good base for golf and winter sports. You could stay in group accommodation in Litvinov for a skiing holiday, or a summer mountain biking and other outdoor activity break, while a villa in Teplice will offer easy access to the city's thermal spas and pleasant public parks.

A big holiday cottage in East Bohemia will also offer easy access to Bohemian Paradise and Prachov Rocks, while the region is also a centre for horses and is known for its rich tradition of handicrafts at Letohrad, and its many impressive historic buildings and chateaux.

With its picturesque landscape, blending forests, meadows and lakes, South Bohemia is a superb destination for a relaxing rural holiday, with plenty of charming towns and villages to visit, as well as historical and cultural monuments. Driving through undulating countryside, you pass dozens of chateaux and castles, fish ponds and reservoirs, with opportunities for fishing, walking and cycling on easy terrain. Hire an apartment and hike or bike following beautiful forest trails or take a group cycling holiday in South Bohemia, enjoying the vast network of cycle paths that are ideal for group touring.

Stay in a large holiday home in North Moravia and Silesia and you can discover charming countryside and old folk traditions and visit natural parks. Rent a holiday house in the Jesenky and Beskydy Mountains, enjoy panoramic views of the countryside, discover the region's mining and industrial heritage, and experience winter downhill and cross-country skiing.

If you book a large holiday cottage in South Moravia you can enjoy a wine and wellbeing holiday; explore the region's many caves, rivers and fertile lowlands; and see famous sights such as the Tugendhat Villa, an important UNESCO monument; the legendary Macocha Abyss; and attractions such as the Slavkov Austerlitz Chateau, Brno Underground, Boskovice Western Park and pilberk Castle. Go hiking or cycling in Podyj National Park; visit the Museum of Villages in Southeast Moravia in Stronica and explore Milotice Chateau and the Slavic Fortified Settlement in Mikulice.

We try to make it easier for you to decide where to stay in the Czech Republic by offering detailed property descriptions and images for every holiday home in the Czech Republic, alongside a list of activities available nearby. Our large group holiday homes in the Czech Republic are scattered across the country, so you can find large holiday properties in Central Bohemia and Prague, West Bohemia, North Bohemia, East Bohemia, South Bohemia, the Bohemian-Moravian Highlands, North Moravia, and South Moravia

Holiday apartments and accommodation in the Czech Republic

Our selection of accommodation for large groups is unrivalled, offering large apartments, hostels and big holiday homes in the Czech Republic, as well as other types of holiday accommodation such as villas and guesthouses.

Looking for a Holiday Rental in the Czech Republic to Sleep 10+? We Can Help

Make your search for group accommodation easier by using our easy-to-use website bringing together the best big holiday homes in the Czech Republic for you to choose from.

You can browse all of the properties in the Czech Republic using our Regional Search, or you can choose the country in our Main Search and then narrow down your results by several criteria such as location, property type, and how many the holiday villa sleeps.