A beautiful barn conversion oozing character and charm in the heart of North Norfolk and within easy reach of the coast, Norwich and the areas many attractions - Ideal for friends or family who want to spend time together or celebrate an occassion.
A spacious self-catering barn conversion nestling in a tranquil position between Beddgelert and Caernarfon, close to the foot of Snowdon. Perfect for exploring Snowdonia's stunning National Park, visiting the many attractions of North Wales and walking. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Set on a farm amongst beautiful rolling countryside this holiday cottage offers a high standard of self-catering accommodation and is a perfect base for exploring East Lothian and its many delights. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
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.
If you dream of a holiday where you can sit back in a hot tub and enjoy far reaching views over stunning countryside, then Penblaith Farm could be for you. This fantastic barn conversion has been finished to the highest specification, and with room for up to 18 guests in eight en-suite bedrooms, there is plenty of space for you to gather your family and friends together for a truly memorable holiday. Monmouth and Ross-on-Wye are just a few miles away and have a good variety of shops, cafes and pubs; while Symonds Yat, the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons National Parks provide a wealth of choice for walkers and mountain bikers. There are dozens of nearby castles in various states of repair, from the romantic ruins of Chepstow to the gorgeous gothic-revival interior of Cardiff Castle. With wonderful Herefordshire and Monmouthshire towns and villages to happily occupy your days, and a games room, hot tub and vast gardens to entertain you at home, Penblaith Barn makes it possible for everyone in your group to enjoy their holiday. Tourist board rating: 5 Star
Sitting in an idyllic position in the Peak District National Park between Ashbourne, Buxton and Leek, this welcoming self-catering barn provides an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of the White and Dark Peaks, and the picturesque Staffordshire Moorlands. Superb walking and cycling opportunities and a village pub within walking distance.
A cosy farm holiday cottage situated within the idyllic setting of Nar Valley in Norfolk. An ideal location whether you want to explore the Norfolk coast, King's Lynn, Swaffham and the city of Norwich, or simply relax and enjoy the leisure facilities including a swimming pool, spa and gym. Tourist board rating: 3 Star
Nestling amongst the glorious rolling countryside of South Cornwall, Wringworthy Cottages offer a choice of eight self-catering cottages providing seaside retreats for couples, families and large groups. Perfectly placed close to Looe and Polperro, the cottages are ideal for exploring the coastline or simply lazing by the sea. The outdoor heated pool, spacious grounds and on-site facilities are the icing on the cake! Tourist board rating: 4 Star
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
Rediscover your joy for life at Lowes Farm. The Cottage is a romantic bolt hole for couples tucked away in a peaceful location near Grindon in the Peak District National Park. It is ideally located for exploring Peak District attractions such as Alton Towers, Combes Valley, The Monsal Trail, the Manifold Valley, Chatsworth House and Bakewell, Buxton, and Ilam Park. It may be on a farm, but there is nothing rustic about the luxurious standard of accommodation. When you are ready to leave your cares behind, The Cottage is waiting to welcome you.
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
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
Being just an hour from London on the Norfolk/Suffolk Borders, this large house offers couples and family groups plenty of space and excellent facilities including a private indoor heated pool, hot tub, games room and lots of outdoor living space. A peaceful location close to the Norfolk Broads and within easy reach of the coast and the areas many attractions.
A spacious holiday home set on a farm in the very heart of the North Devon countryside with hot tub for guests use. With the Tark Trail running past the drive, this is an ideal location for walkers, cyclists and those wanting to explore Devon and its many attractions. Sitting on the fringe of Datmoor's stunning national park, there are plenty of attractions for days out and excellent facilities back at base including a games room, hot tub and plenty of outside space to relax when the sun shines. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
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.
A warm welcome awaits at Waterlake Cottage on the outskirts of the Wiltshire village of Orcheston. Just three miles from Stonehenge and a short drive from Salisbury, Avebury and Bath, there are no shortage of great days out to enjoy. Alternatively, simply relax in the peaceful countryside setting and enjoy walks and cycle rides through beautiful scenery. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
An 18th Century listed barn conversion providing self-catering packed full of character. Sympathetically designed to offer relaxed accommodation, Cothill Barn sits in the picturesque Golden Valley amongst beautiful rolling Herefordshire countryside on the Welsh borders. Hay-on-Wye and plenty of attractions are just a short drive away.
A stone thatched holiday cottage in the attractive Dorset village of Litton Cheney between Bridport and Dorchester. Just three miles from the beach at Burton Bradstock on the Jurassic Coast, this is an ideal place for exploring the Dorset coastline.
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
Whether you're travelling with your kids, extended family or a group of friends, everyone will love Gould's Farmhouse. Four large bedrooms, three bathrooms and three sitting rooms, together with a spacious country kitchen and fantastic garden mean you can enjoy being together while still having your own space. It's on a quiet lane in Milborne St Andrew, within walking distance of a great pub (The Royal Oak), the village shop and a kids playground, and close to the vibrant market towns of Dorchester and Blandford. The Jurassic Coast, Weymouth and Poole are all a short drive away, and there are beautiful National Trust properties like Hardy's Cottage to enjoy. Footpaths, including the South West Coast Path, bridle ways and cycle paths are plentiful so you can be as active as you like, or simply recline on a lounger in the garden with a good book and enjoy not having to please anyone but yourself.