Holiday Cottages Available for Easter 2017
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Perfect for couples, families and friends (dogs also most welcome!), this two bedroom holiday home nestles in a tranquil position within the Yorkshire Wolds in the village of Garton on the Wolds. A great base for exploring the many attractions of East Riding of Yorkshire with Driffield, the market town of Beverley (with its popular race course), Hull's cultural city, the coast and York city within driving distance for day trips out. Relax or get out and about exploring with lots of opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding (paddocks available for horse owners).
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.
With a wide range of self-catering accommodation, The Victorian Barn is perfect for couples, families and friends who want to explore Dorset and its many attractions. Enjoy lovely walks and cycle rides locally, a pub within one mile, excellent on-site facilities (including an indoor pool, sauna, hot tub, games room and fishing lakes) as well as the beautiful scenery of Thomas Hardy Country on the doorstep. The Jurassic Coast is only half an hour away by car.
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.
If your dream country cottage has a thatched roof, warm honey-coloured stone and rural views, look no further than Autumn Cottage. The property, which is in the tiny village of Preston, between Oakland and Rutland, sleeps four guests in two rooms and is ideal for couples or families with older children who want a comfortable base for exploring Middle England. Rutland Water, Belvoir Castle, Burghley House and Rockingham Castle make for memorable day trips. Leicester’s cathedral, shops and museums are only 40 minutes away by car, and Nottingham, Peterborough, Loughborough and Grantham are not much further. With so much to see and do, you may find a week in Autumn Cottage simply isn’t long enough!
Staying at Little Thatch is almost like being let into a wonderful secret. The picture-perfect thatched cottage is in the original part of the quiet village of Seaton, just a few minute’s walk from The George & Dragon Pub, a play area and the lovely church. Little Thatch sleeps up to five guests in three bedrooms. It is a favourite of families and couples who appreciate the serene setting less than two miles from Uppingham, near the borders of Leicestershire, Lincolnshire and Northamptonshire, and close to sights like Rutland Water, Stamford, Rockingham Castle and Motorway, Burghley House, Grantham House and Lyveden. Leicester is around forty minutes by car (or you can get the train from Oakham) and Nottingham, Cambridge, Peterborough, Northampton are all within around an hour’s drive of the cottage. Rutland is one of the prettiest places in England, with traditional villages and market towns, gorgeous countryside, and ample opportunities to walk, cycle, horse ride, sail, kayak and fish. Despite its appeal, it remains remarkably free from tourists which means you can see and enjoy it all at your leisure, with Little Thatch being the perfect base from which to explore.
With two double bedrooms and a pretty English cottage garden, Sticky End is perfect for couples or friends who want somewhere peaceful to stay while exploring Rutland and Middle England. It is just a short walk from the centre of Cottesmore, a vibrant village with an amazing 27 listed buildings and an excellent pub, The Sun Inn, village shop and post office, and good chip shop. Rutland Water, Oakham, Uppingham and Stamford are all only a few miles away, and you can reach Leicester, Peterborough, Corby, Kettering and Grantham all within a 40-minute drive. Rutland is England’s smallest county, but it certainly doesn’t skimp on beautiful views, wonderful footpaths and cycle ways, fishing, golf, and horse riding. If you want to spend every waking moment outdoors or you prefer your holidays to be more about spas and shopping, Sticky End is the perfect place to start and finish every memorable day.
The Limes is a lovely Georgian cottage in the Norfolk countryside, a short walk from Ludham village and pubs like The Dog and The Kings Arms. It has been awarded 5 Gold Stars and the Green Tourism Gold Award from VisitEngland and is popular with couples who appreciate a high standard of comfort. In addition to friendly pubs serving delicious food, Ludham has a village store, butcher and cafe. You can hire boats, canoes and bicycles by the day from near the bridge - the Broads are best when seen at a slow pace so you can truly appreciate their beauty and the diversity of birds and wildlife which make this place their home. With fantastic beaches around ten miles away and easy access to Norwich and larger towns, The Limes is in a wonderful location for a self-catering holiday on the Norfolk Broads. 5 Star Gold.
Situated on a peaceful former working farm just ten minutes' walk from the centre of Ludham, Limes Farm Cottage is perfect for families and couples who want the best of the Broads and beautiful Norfolk beaches. Start your day in the large, sunny family kitchen and finish it with a barbeque or picnic in the orchard or with a drink at one of two friendly pubs, The Dog and The Kings Arm, both of which are within walking distance. Nearby, there are miles of waterways to explore by boat or canoe and ample walking and cycling opportunities. The owners are happy to provide secure bike storage, and it is possible to arrange for hire bikes to be delivered to your door. Wroxham, Sea Palling, Great Yarmouth and Norwich are all within easy reach either by car or bus from Ludham, and there are numerous picturesque villages to discover by road and water. The Broads are renowned for the diversity of bird and wildlife, and there is always something wonderful to look at whether it's an ocean view or the sight of a dragonfly skimming across the river. 5 Star Gold.
It is hard to imagine a more serene spot for a Norfolk holiday than Limes Farmhouse. The 5 Star Gold award winning property is on a former working farm in lush countryside. It sleeps four guests in two spacious bedrooms, making it ideal for couples or families who want to explore the Broads and the beaches. There are two great pubs - The Dog and The Kings Arms - within a ten-minute walk, and the village has an excellent choice of amenities. Hire a boat for the day and make your way up the River Ant to How Hill and Toad Hole Cottage, or sail along the Bure to St Benet's Abbey. Norfolk's beaches, including Sea Palling, Great Yarmouth and Horsey, are within easy reach. If it’s a day of shopping you want, Norwich will not disappoint. The city also has a magnificent cathedral, beautiful gardens, and over one thousand years of history. You can spend the day simply driving around the country lanes until you stumble upon one of Norfolk’s exceptionally lovely villages. There’s nowhere nicer than the Norfolk Broads for a relaxed holiday, and Limes Farmhouse is a wonderful place to stay while you are there. 5 Star Gold.
Formerly the stable block, this recent conversion provides modern well presented self-catering accommodation for families and friends who want to enjoy a taste of country living. Surrounded by glorious Wiltshire scenery in the picturesque village of East Grafton within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, The Hen House sits on a working farm. An excellent base for exploring the many attractions of the area including world famous Stonehenge, Salisbury, Avebury stone circles, Savernake Forest, Devizes, Marlborough and the Kennet and Avon Canal.
Perfect for a family holiday or a weekend away with friends, this comfy cottage sits in the village of Brancaster Staithe with pubs in walking distance on the Norfolk coast. With wonderful views across the harbour, the area is a haven for bird life and ideal for wildlife enthusiasts, walkers, sailors and those who enjoy painting and photography. An abundance of attractions including Wells-next-the-Sea and beautiful sandy beaches are close by.
A few minutes walk from the golden sands of Exmouth beach, Sunnydeck is a fresh, modern ground floor apartment sleeping two guests in one spacious bedroom. Exmouth is a fantastic choice for a Devon holiday with the beach, estuary, nature reserves and excellent walks like the Jurassic Coast Footpath all on your doorstep. There are endless opportunities for walking, swimming, sailing and cycling, and with good public transport links nearby you don't need a car to enjoy it all. Guests love that there are great bars and eateries nearby. Stop by The Phoenix for a lazy lunchtime drink, or treat yourself to a meal at The Point with great waterfront views and even better steaks. Exeter, Sidmouth, Dawlish and Budleigh Salterton are just a few of the choices for a fun day out, making Sunnydeck a popular choice for couples who want to see and do it all.
Tucked away in a quiet spot behind the High Street, Hinderwell Escape provides affordable, comfortable accommodation. It is spacious enough to sleep up to seven guests, yet its thick stone walls, quirky layout, traditional charm and thoughtful furnishings make it cosy for couples as well. The kitchen is well equipped for self catering but there are two pubs (The Brown Cow and The Badger Hounds) as well as a popular chip shop if you don't feel like cooking. The cottage is convenient for beaches like Staithes, Sandsend, Whitby and Runswick Bay. The Coastal Footpath runs near the village, while good road links and bus service make it possible to reach other attractions in the North York Moors National Park with relative ease.
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.
Located in Falmouth Conservation Area, 11 Imperial Court has been skillfully converted from the historic Tax Office to provide very comfortable accommodation for families, couples or groups of up to four friends. It is an easy walk to attractions like the National Maritime Museum and Port Pendennis Marina, Castle Beach and Gyllyngvase Beach. There are excellent public transport links nearby, including a ferry to St Mawes, if you want to leave the car at home. Despite its central location, the spacious apartment is peaceful and quiet, and comes with access to the communal gardens and a dedicated parking space. 4 Star.
Imagine staying within walking distance of Falmouth town centre, wonderful beaches and attractions like the National Maritime Museum and Pendennis Castle, yet removed from the bustle and the noise? The Falmouth Apartment is in a quiet, two storey block just a five-minute walk from Castle Beach and 5 Degrees West bar and restaurant. There is ample space for up to four guests, and the proximity to bus and train stops makes it perfect for families and couples who want to leave the car behind. 4 Star.
It's rare that a Snowdonia holiday property is as spectacular inside as the views outside, but St Curig's Church in Capel Curig is the exception. This fabulous conversion provides extremely comfortable accommodation for up to 16 guests, making it popular for family gatherings and holidays with friends. It is across the road from a great village store and within a few minutes' walk from the Bryn Tyrch Inn and Tyn-y-Coed Inn. Moel Siabod is virtually on the doorstep, and with Betws-y-Coed only a short drive away, there is no shortage of cafes, pubs and amenities from which to choose.
Capel Curig offers cycling, walking, fishing, horse riding and kayaking. It is a superb base for exploring Snowdonia National Park as it is also within reach of Mount Snowdon, historical Conway, and beautiful beaches including Bangor, Llandudno and Harlech. If you want to experience the best of the great outdoors without forgoing any home comforts, Capel Curig is the best home-from-home you will find.
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