Located in a beautiful area near the small town of Dungiven in County Derry (the hidden jewel of Northern Ireland), this holiday cottage provides a comfortable base from which to explore this lovely area.
Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty within the Trossachs, overlooking the Ben Ledi hills, these delightful holiday lodges are perfect for exploring the Trossachs and Loch Lomond and within easy reach of Glasglow and Stirling.
A converted Kentish Barn offering luxurious holiday accommodation on the outskirts of the historic market town of Faversham in Kent. Well positioned in a tranquil setting, with the use of an indoor heated swimming pool, this is an ideal base for visiting Kents many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A delightful holiday home in a great location in the very heart of the seaside village of Little Haven on the Pembrokeshire coastline. Ideal for one or two families that want a holiday by the sea. Wonderful coastal walks, great kayaking, lazy days on the beach, surfing, pubs within walking distance for a meal out and an abundance of attractions and quiet beaches within easy reach.
Beautifully presented throughout, The Wing at Duirinish Lodge sits in a magical setting amongst 18 acres of well maintained grounds with beautiful views that stretch as far as the Isle of Skye on a good day. Just two miles from the picturesque Highland village of Plockton, this dog-friendly retreat provides an ideal base from which to explore the many attractions of the Scottish Highlands.
Perfectly placed in a tranquil position just two miles from picturesque Plockton, this beautifully presented Scottish retreat offers a warm welcome to large parties of ten guests. With stunning sea views that stretch as far as the Isle of Skye, Duirinish Lodge provides all the right ingredients to relax in style and is an ideal base for exploring the Scottish Highlands.
Sitting on an arable farm close to St Ives, this beautifully presented retreat for two offers the opportunity to enjoy the perfect mix of both sea and country life. The glorious golden beaches of West Cornwall are under ten minutes away with excellent opportunities for walkers, cyclists and surfers. Tourist board rating: 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.
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.
A lovely cosy holiday cottage with lots of 'country' charm and great views over the River Fal in Cornwall. Just a five minute drive (or thirty minute walk alongside the river) to Mylor Bridge (voted 'best getaway') with shops and the Lemon Arms pub. Sit on the terrace and enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day whilst soaking up the river views - what better way to relax!
Perfect for friends or families, this comfy holiday home is centrally located in Scotland, under twenty miles from both Edinburgh and Glasgow, and just ten miles from Stiring's city centre. Affording a countryside setting, yet within easy reach of the tourist hotspots, guests can relax in the hot tub, walk the Antonine Wall, visit the Falkirk Wheel or spend days exploring the many attractions of the city centres.
With the sea on the doorstep and the peaks of the Lake District within easy driving distance, this delightful holiday cottage provides the best of both worlds for those who are torn between a seaside break or walking holiday in the Lakes. Discover the beauty of the Cumbrian coast and the many attractions of the National Park. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
A delightful holiday cottage ideal for couples in a tranquil coastal area of West Cumbria with a sandy beach within walking distance. Enjoy views of the Lake District in the distance or spend your days exploring them - they are just a short drive away! Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold.
One of four holiday homes nestling on the Lancashire/Cumbrian borders in the beautiful Arnside and Silverdale AONB. A real 'hidden gem' of an area, guests can enjoy a taste of country living and the chance to relax in a picturesque natural setting whilst having the Cumbrian coast (three miles) and the Lake District National Park within easy reach. Excellent choice for bird watchers, walkers and wildlife enthusiasts. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
A choice of six delightful holiday cottages sitting close to the coast in Marldon, a pretty South Devon village close to Paignton and Torquay on the English Riviera. With the use of an outdoor swimming pool (summer months), this is an ideal location for a relaxing holiday or to use as a base for exploring Devon's many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A welcoming home from home farmhouse sitting in an idyllic position on the Lancashire/Cumbrian borders in the picturesque Arnside and Silverdale AONB. A true hidden gem of an area, the farm offers a taste of country life and the opportunity to immerse yourself in pure natural beauty whilst being within easy reach of the Cumbrian coast (three miles) and the Lake District. Perfect for bird watchers, nature enthusiasts and walkers. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
As pretty as a picture with its half thatched roof, this idyllic riverside holiday retreat affords an exceptional position alongside the River Bure in Wroxham, the 'Capital of the Norfolk Broads'. Direct access to the river, private mooring and slipway (bring your canoe or dinghy!) and a balcony to soak up the sun and watch the world drift by are just a few of the highlights.
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. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Set in a beautiful location in a hidden valley at the base of the Cambrian Mountains, this welcoming cottage is just a mile from Glaspwll nestling within the most wonderful Welsh countryside. The perfect retreat for anyone who wants to get away from it all for some peace and tranquility. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Sitting in the fantastic location in a hidden valley within beautiful Welsh countryside close to Machynlleth, this holiday cottage provides a high standard of holiday accommodation and is an ideal retreat for outdoor enthusiasts sitting at the foot of the Cambrian Mountains, or those looking for peace and tranquility.