Holiday Cottages With August Bank Holiday Availability
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A true hidden gem in an idyllic rural setting. This beautiful self-catering lodge is set on a one hundred and nineteen hectre dairy farm adjoining a Cornish wildlife reserve. Spend your days discovering the beauty of the South Coast's beaches and pretty fishing villages and by night, enjoy amazing sunsets and star gazing on clear evenings from the decking which overlooks Cornwall’s stunning countryside.
Sitting in a tranquil position on the Black Isle Peninsula, these one bedroom self-catering chalets are perfect for couples who want to explore the Scottish Highlands and both the north and west coasts of Scotland. Whilst feeling away from it all, the chalets are only seven miles from the bustling city of Inverness and the area offers plenty of opportunities for golf, fishing, walking, wildlife, shooting, stalking and exploring. Just for adults, this is the perfect place to escape away from it all and relax and unwind. 3 Star.
A welcoming holiday retreat in the Hampshire village of Sway with forest walks straight from the front door. Sitting within the New Forest National Park, Rushcroft Farm is ideal for walkers, cyclists, horse riders (on-site livery available) and those who want to visit the areas many attractions. Just four miles from Lymington and within easy reach of the coast.
Sitting in a quiet leafy spot in the Hampshire coastal village of Milford on Sea, Vinegar Pottery is only available for a few select weeks of the year and offers the best of both worlds with beaches a short walk away and the New Forest National Park boundary just a mile from the house. Enjoy lazy days by the sea, miles of forest walks and cycle rides and an abundance of attractions within easy reach for day trips out. Perfect for getting away with friends and family.
Set far back from a quiet country lane, with a large south-facing cottage garden, Hall Farm Cottage in Wood Norton is a romantic place perfect for couples. It is in the peaceful village of Wood Norton, around a ten minute drive from Fakenham and Twyford, and twenty minutes from Holt. Norwich is within easy reach, as are Norfolk's beaches and Broads. With nearby attractions including the royal residence of Sandringham, Pensthorpe Nature Park, and endless opportunities for walking, bird watching, cycling, sailing and golf, a stay at Hall Farm Cottage can be as energetic or relaxed as you dictate.
Set in a private secluded woodland setting, Cruachan Cabin offers peaceful accommodation on the shores of Loch Awe. It easily sleeps a family of five in two bedrooms, with the owners having furnished the property in a relaxed style to include everything you could want to feel comfortable. Large sliding doors open onto a spacious deck from which you can watch birds and red squirrels scampering through the trees, with walking, cycling and fishing all nearby. The village with café, village shop and post office is nearby, while Oban is around 30 miles away. Whether you visit in spring when the forest floor is a carpet of fragrant bluebells, when autumn's changing colours paint the landscape in oranges and browns, or when winter's snow caps the peak of nearby Ben Cruachan, Cruachan Cabin is a welcoming and comfortable place to stay.
The Coach House is the perfect 'bolt-hole' for two and nicely tucked away in a quiet spot amongst rolling Hampshire countryside. With lovely views, this first floor holiday home affords a detached position with its own small garden on a working farm, and is located on the outskirts of the Hampshire market town of Alton within the South Downs National Park. Conveniently placed, The Coach House has an abundance of attractions within easy reach for day trips out including Winchester, Portsmouth and Guildford. Windsor Castle, the New Forest (including Beaulieu Motor Museum) and Highclere Castle are all also within driving distance. 4 Star.
Tucked away in a quiet corner of the Hampshire countryside, The Granary has been a part of this beautiful landscape for centuries. Sympathetically restored to a high standard, this wonderful self-catering property sits on a working farm just outside of Alton market town. It sleeps up to six guests in three en-suite bedrooms and, with a location that puts it in within easy reach of Winchester, Guildford and Portsmouth, as well as attractions like LEGOLAND Windsor, Beaulieu Motor Museum and Highclere Castle, it is perfect for couples, families and friends who want to make the most of every minute of their holiday. Alton is part of the South Downs National Park, and there are pleasant walks around the farm with several footpaths, including one which links to The Hangars Way going through the farm. The South Downs is a favourite destination for mountain bikers, and there is a good choice of trails to suit all abilities. Opportunities to play golf, go horse riding and even fly a glider are nearby, or simply spend your days discovering the many delights of picturesque Hampshire villages and market towns. Whatever makes your holiday perfect, The Granary is a beautiful place to stay. 4 Star.
Offering the perfect blend of rustic charm, cosiness with log burner and modern day conveniences to ensure a high standard of comfort, Barn Cottage sits on the outskirts of Alderholt in Dorset. A pretty village with pub for meals out, a mill serving cream teas at the weekend, and a shop for forgotten provisions, Alderholt is just three miles from the county town of Fordingbridge and a five minute car ride into the New Forest National Park with an abundance of forest tracks to satisfy the keenest of walkers, cyclists and horse riders. A perfect base for exploring both Dorset and Hampshire including the Forest and South Coast.
Offering plenty of peace and tranquility, this single level holiday cottage sits on the edge of the Norfolk Broads in the Yare Valley close to the village of Loddon. Lovely walks straight from the front door and a great base for exploring the Broads, the City of Norwich, the Norfolk Coast and even North Suffolk. Perfect for walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and couples who want to escape away and recharge.
Overlooking the River Findhorn where you can fish for Salmon when in season, this welcoming Highland cottage is perfect for escaping away from it all. The waterside and valley setting is simply stunning with excellent opportunities for fishermen, hill walkers and those who enjoy sight seeing. Part of Cawdor Castle Estate, the cottage sits in Nairn-shire and is within easy reach of the Cairngorms National Park (Aviemore is just half an hour away) and the City of Inverness. With open fires, three bedrooms and gardens visited by numerous birds (and deer) you can tuck yourself away from it all or get out and about and enjoy everything the Scottish Highlands has to offer. 4 Star.
Number Twenty Eight sits in the coastal village of Craster on Northumberland's stunning coast and is available to rent for a set number of summer weeks (as well as October School Holidays, Christmas and New Year). With the Northumberland Coastal Pathway and great restaurants a short walk away, plus an abundance of attractions and glorious beaches within easy reach, this stylish beautifully presented holiday home is ideal for families, friends and also couples. Perfect for relaxing by the sea or to use as a base for exploring Northumberland.
Luxuriate in the type of rural Suffolk views that inspired one of Britain’s most beloved painters at Mile End Barn. Tucked away in Constable country and comfortably sleeping up to eight guests in four bedrooms, Mile End Barn is an impressive barn conversion that is perfect for large families or groups of friends. Only available to rent during selected school holidays, Mile End Barn sits in large grounds set back from a country lane, yet is only a ten-minute walk from the centre of Hartest and pubs like The Crown. Long Melford is seven miles away, while the historic market town of Bury St Edmunds is nine miles from the property. Thetford, Ipswich Felixstowe and Cambridge are all within an hour’s drive, making Mile End Barn the ideal base for your Suffolk holiday.
Just four hundred metres from Caerphilly's stunning medieval castle, this modern self-catering holiday home provides an excellent base for exploring South Wales and is less than eight miles (a short drive or train ride) into Cardiff's vibrant city centre. Plenty to see and do and great for those who enjoy theatre, cinema, opera and night life. 3 Star.
Stylish throughout, this open-plan self-catering first floor apartment provides an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of the High Peaks. Sitting in the popular Derbyshire village of Castleton, you can stroll to nearby pubs and shops, enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities from the front door and visit the areas many attractions including Blue John Cavern just up the road. Short breaks and longer holidays available all year round.
A stylish well presented self-catering apartment in the highly desirable picturesque Derbyshire village of Castleton in the very heart of the Peak District National Park. Famed for its caves, the surrounding area is a stunning playground for a host of outdoor adventures including wonderful walking, cycling, hiking and caving. Short breaks offered all year round and a good range of pubs, shops and tea rooms on the doorstep.
Located just over six miles from Bath and surrounded by glorious countryside providing magnificent views, this impressive Georgian country mansion is just perfect for celebrating a very special occasion. With a ten seater hot tub, outdoor pool (during summer months), glorious grounds, eleven bedrooms and games room, up to twenty four guests (plus two infants) can be accommodated in the height of comfort and classic style. Enjoy a taste of luxury and country life with friends and family.
The Old School House is a lovely late Victorian property that has recently been refurbished to a high standard to provide comfortable accommodation for families or groups of up to five people. Located near the centre of the village of Glemsford, it is surrounded by the sort of lush Suffolk countryside that inspired artists like Gainsborough and Constable. The village has several shops and takeaways, with more available in Long Melford, just a short drive away. Lavenham, Clare and Bury St Edmunds are all within a 30-minute drive, and there is ample opportunity for walking, cycling, golf and horse riding nearby.
With the perfect blend of modern comforts and classic charm, this beautifully presented farmhouse sleeps large parties of up to twelve and nestles amongst beautiful rolling North Devonshire countryside. Get away with friends and family to recharge or celebrate a special occasion. A taste of country life with fabulous country walks and an abundance of attractions close by (including Exmoor and glorious golden beaches).
One of six welcoming holiday homes sitting just inland amongst glorious Cornish countryside close to picturesque Boscastle on Cornwall's North Coast. A taste of country life with fabulous walks, bike rides, surfing, beaches and attractions to enjoy. Dog-friendly. 4 Star.
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