Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
n. A second home used for holidays.
Usage examples of "holiday home".
Clearly, the villa was a holiday home for a wealthy family who had shut it up for the winter.
McGinty hadn't bought a holiday home on Islay simply because he liked the place.
Mr Leering, the smooth, grey-haired master of the drill, who seemed perpetually tanned from a trip to his holiday home in Ibiza, was fiddling about inside my mouth while subliminal baroque music tinkled on the cassette player and the blonde nurse looked on with well-simulated concern.
George had come here, to live full-time in this luxurious holiday home of his, only because his wife had been murdered in a shoot-out in East Germany.
A holiday home just south of Inverness had gone up in flames shortly before the paper went to press.
Holly Carmichael had won the 1961 award of the Institute for a beach house on the dunes overlooking Plettenburg Bay that she had designed as a holiday home for one of the Witwatersrand insurance ' magnates.
Possibly at the turn of the century it had been a holiday home for some wealthy Frenchman, a carved balcony on the upper-floor affording a magnificent view of the Chateau Gutsch and within walking distance of Lake Lucerne itself.