One of a group of holiday cottages on Cornwall's stunning South Coast close to Looe and Polperro. Fabulous beaches close by, coastal walks, an abundance of attractions and excellent on-site facilities including an outdoor swimming pool, extensive grounds and great facilities - enjoy a holiday by the sea! Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Located in a quiet area of the Hoo Peninsular near to Rochester in Kent, these charming oak beamed holiday cottages provide accommodation with leisure facilities (sauna and swimming pool) of a high standard. Sweeping views of the River Thames and a great base for exploring Kent (including the coast) and visiting London for a day trip. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
The Stables at Black Hedges Farmhouse is the perfect antidote to your busy life. The award winning cottage is utterly idyllic and the ideal place to spend a romantic holiday. Located in West Meon in the South Downs National Park - voted the Best Village in Britain by The Times - The Stables is a few minutes' walk from village shops and an award winning pub and there are excellent walks, golf, and horse riding virtually on the doorstep. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold.
Converted from a fantastic old coach house, this charming holiday cottage is perfect for families and positioned in the pretty Bedfordshire village of Harrold. A choice of pubs for a meal out in the village and a good base for exploring Oxford, Cambridge, Milton Keynes and even the Cotswolds. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
An exceptional inspiring holiday cottage in the heart of the Scottish Peeblesshire countryside. Under twenty miles from Edinburgh, guest's can enjoy spectacular views, eco-friendly living and easy access to the Pentlands with outstanding walking - an ideal getaway for couples, friends and families and great base for exploring this lovely part of Scotland.
Three delightful contemporary holiday apartments that are perfectly located in the old town of Padstow, Cornwall, and within just a short stroll from the harbour and quayside with its fantastic selection of restaurants, pubs and bistros as well as glorious beaches for lazy days. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
One of the areas oldest properties, this welcoming farmhouse dates back as far as the 15th Century and affords a beautiful position perfectly sandwiched between the coast and mountains on the West Coast of the Snowdonia National Park. An abundance of attractions make day trips out plentiful, glorious beaches ensure lazy days are relaxing and for those who like to keep active, the area offers plenty of opportunity for adventure. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
A collection of luxurious holiday retreats in an exceptional tranquil setting on the edge of the Northumberland National Park within easy reach of the areas many attractions including the Heritage Coast. Beautifully presented, well equipped, large grounds (including a tennis court) - ideal for couples, families or friends.
Large and luxurious throughout, The Mill sits in an oasis of calm in a stunningly tranquil location on the edge of Northumberland's glorious National Park. Perfect for getting away from it all with friends and family, this large holiday home offers a high degree of comfort and a great base for exploring the areas many attractions including the Heritage Coast. With large grounds that are abundant with wildlife, guests have the use of a tennis court on-site and plenty of space to relax and unwind.
Beehive Cottage has arguably the best views in the entire Exmoor National Park. The cottage, which was built in 1866 and sleeps four guests in two bedrooms, sits in a private location down a private lane, surrounded by fields with uninterrupted views down to Worthy Coombe and Porlock Bay. The South West Coast Path is only a few minutes' walk from the front door, while Porlock Weir and the Bottom Ship pub are just 1.5 miles away. Beehive Cottage is ideal for exploring Exmoor National Park's coast and country, giving easy access to beautiful attractions like the beaches at Coombe Martin and Minehead, charming towns and villages such as Lynton and Dunster, and miles of paths, roads and trails for walking and cycling.
Six stylish holiday homes sitting on a private estate on the North Coast of Wales on the edge of Snowdonia's stunning National Park. Perfect for couples, families and friends and a great base for exploring the area with historic Conwy just four miles away and glorious beaches for lazy days.
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. One dog welcome (please enquire with the owner should you wish to bring more).
As the name suggests, Stables Cottage was once the resting place for shire horses but today is a comfy resting place for those visiting Bedfordshire whether on holiday or business. With lots of original character, this welcoming holiday cottage sits in the picturesque village of Harrold with three good pubs for a meal out. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A collection of unique luxury holiday lodges with panoramic views over the lake, situated just two miles from the Yorkshire market town of Richmond. An ideal place for the discerning traveller whether you are looking for a family holiday, a catch-up with friends or a romantic break away amongst beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. Sitting on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales, there are a multitude of attractions within easy reach and lots of opportunities for walkers.
A luxurious Georgian town house in a highly desirable cobbled residential area of the historic market town of Richmond, on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National park. Sleeping ten guests in five beautifully presented bedrooms, and with a hot tub in the garden, this is a perfect luxury venue for celebrating a special occasion or enjoying a break away with friends or family.
Presented to the highest of standards in self-catering, this fantastic luxury holiday home is located just one mile from the bustling historic market town of Richmond on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. A tranquil setting which is ideal for walkers and discerning travellers within easy reach of the many pubs, shops and restaurants of Richmond.
A luxurious dog-friendly cosy holiday cottage with log burner in the tranquil village of Hudswell close to Richmond on the edge of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. A great place to simply relax or use as a base for exploring the areas many attractions and perfect for families, friends and couples who appreciate a little extra space and luxury around them.
A delightful five star holiday cottage in a beautiful tranquil part of Pembrokeshire in Wales close to Little Newcastle with village green and pub. The perfect country retreat for two people wanting to escape the pressures of every day life with lovely walks from the front door - serviced daily. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
Four very comfortable 4 Star holiday cottages located on a three hundred acre arable farm on the Bedfordshire/Cambridgeshire borders amongst beautiful rolling countryside. The largest of them all, Acorn sleeps up to eight guests with the other cottages accommodating parties of four and two, making them a popular choice with couples, friends and large groups of extended family. Plenty of attractions in the area for day trips out. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Bring your dream Cotswold holiday to life at Cotswold Farm Lodge. Sleeping six people in three bedrooms, this gorgeous Cotswold stone house - once the gatehouse of a substantial estate - is set in nearly 200 acres of private fields and farmland. It offers peace and privacy, yet is only two miles from Woodmancote village and the excellent Bathurst Arms pub. Walking, cycling, horse riding and golf are all popular ways to be active in some of Britain's most beautiful countryside, while towns such as Cirencester and Cheltenham provide ample opportunity for combining shopping, sightseeing and eating.