Little Hanger is a comfy first floor holiday apartment in a coastal position within Exmoor's spectacular National Park. Affording beautiful views over Porlock Bay, this is a peaceful haven to relax and unwind with the only sounds of birds and waves breaking on the beach below to disturb the tranquility.
Discover Ceredigion, a beautiful part of Wales sandwiched between Snowdonia and Pembrokeshire National Park, abundant with award winning beaches and wildlife. This affordable holiday home sits in a prime position within walking distance of the popular golden sands of Penbryn (NT owned). A tranquil setting, superb coastal walks and a glorious beach on the doorstep. Tourist board rating: 3 Star
Offering a lovely blend of cosiness and old-world charm, The Old Inn is perfectly placed in the very heart of Exmoor's National Park close to Wheddon Cross and Snowdrop Valley. Guests can enjoy wonderful walks from the doorstep of the holiday cottage and plenty of attractions within easy reach including the beaches of Devon and Somerset.
A spacious comfy holiday cottage located in the little hamlet of Westport in rural Somerset providing an ideal base for exploring the many attractions of Somerset, Dorset and Devon. Sandwiched between Ilminster and Langport, Riverside has lovely canal walks/cycle rides from the front door (including a choice of two pubs within a mile's walk) and the County town of Taunton as well as Yeovil within half an hour drive.
This elegant townhouse sleeps up to six people in three double bedrooms and boasts fantastic views of Caernarfon Castle. It is close to the waterfront and within walking distance of bars, restaurants and shops. The Snowdonia National Park and beautiful beaches are on the doorstep, with the base of Snowdon only 10 miles away. An exciting array of activities include boat trips, climbing and hill walking, mountain biking and golf. In addition to the castle, local attractions include Anglesey Sea Zoo, the Snowdon Mountian Railway, and Zip World in Penrhyn Quarry. The dog-friendly property is over three floors and a favourite with families.
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. This welcoming holiday cottage is a perfect self-catering base for exploring both Dorset and Hampshire including the Forest and South Coast.
Finches Cottages is a luxurious escape in a fantastic location. The three-bedroom holiday cottage sleeps six people and is perfect for families or couples. It is in the picturesque Rutland village of Egleton, close to Oakham and within a short walk of beautiful Rutland Water and the village's shops, pubs, cafes, and a Michelin starred restaurant. The property is dog friendly and available for bookings all year round. The owners have created an indulgent and welcoming place where guests can relax and enjoy beautiful rural views, gorgeous walks, and easy access to Rutland's best sights and attractions.
George Cottage has everything families and friends could wish for in a self-catering holiday cottage in the Forest of Dean. The lovely period cottage sleeps seven people in two bedrooms with the potential for two more to sleep on a sofa bed in the small sitting room. Outdoors is a private garden with a hot tub, sauna, and facilities for washing and storing bikes. It's in the lovely village of Mitcheldean, midway between Gloucester and Ross-on-Wye, with excellent access to footpaths and cycling trails. You can book the cottage independently or with the adjacent Mill End for groups of up to 40 people for a special celebration, family reunion or hen weekend.
Daisy Cottage is as pretty as its name and a charming Grade II listed stone holiday cottage sitting in the picturesque Peak District village of Carsington with local pub and excellent walking, cycling and water sports on Carsington Water. Perfect for couples wanting to escape the pressures of every day life and outdoor enthusiasts. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Bowmont Cottage is a stone's throw from the Scottish border and within easy reach of the Northumberland National Park, Kelso and Wooler. It's the perfect holiday rental whether you're with family or friends, having excellent access to footpaths and cycling trails, and being close to favourite attractions. Berwick-Upon-Tweed is around 20 minutes away, while Lindisfarne and Bamburgh Castle are well under an hour's drive. The single-storey holiday cottage is on a working farm. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms and has far-reaching views of the Cheviot Hills.
A few short miles from Ashbourne and close to the breathtaking Dovedale Valley, Oldfields Farm sits just outside the Peak District National Park and provides a welcome retreat for couples who want to disconnect from the noise and stress of their everyday life. The converted mews holiday cottage is close to fantastic walks and cycle paths, with the owners including thoughtful touches such as soft bathrobes and a welcome basket with fresh eggs and homemade scones and jam. Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall and Alton Towers are just a few of the Peak District attractions nearby. Tourist board rating: 4 Star Gold
Families love this spacious holiday home in Croyde. It's hugely convenient and extremely comfortable, just five minutes from the village centre and less than a mile from the sand. There is space for eight people to sleep in four bedrooms (maximum of six adults) with children and well-behaved dogs welcome. It's a fantastic choice for your next self-catering holiday in Devon as it's so handy for the beach, bars, cafes, shops and attractions. Holiday bookings are available all year round, with short breaks (minimum of four nights) possible outside of peak season.
A spacious luxurious large holiday home sitting on a private estate in the very heart of the beautiful rolling countryside of North Devon. Located near to Barnstaple and within easy driving distance of the coast, this is a superb retreat for large groups of friends and family who want to spend time together or celebrate a special occasion.
Stay in luxury at The Hayloft at Flamborough Rigg. Awarded 5 Gold Stars for its consistently high standards, the stone cottage near Pickering in the North York Moors National Park sleeps four people in two bedrooms and is popular with couples and families visiting the area. You can see Cropton Forest from the cottage and garden, and with Dalby Forest also nearby there are an excellent variety of footpaths and cycling trails to enjoy. The Hayloft at Flamborough Rigg is also within easy reach of the Yorkshire Coast, including Whitby and Sandsend. Tourist board rating: 5 Star Gold
Dentdale is peaceful and quiet, with vast expanses of moorland and hills. Parkers Cottage is in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, less than two miles from Dent and within easy reach of Sedbergh. Guests can see Whernside, the highest of Yorkshire's Three Peaks, from the house and garden and have good access to the River Dee, Dales Way footpath and the Pennine Way cycle route. The Grade II listed holiday cottage comfortably sleeps up to five people in three bedrooms and is ideal for families and friends.
Sitting quietly beside the shores of Windermere, Ambleside has been a favourite holiday destination for generations. This welcoming cottage has everything you need for a self-catering holiday in the Lake District, including a location within strolling distance of the town's shops, cafes and pubs. Silver How sleeps up to five adults (or four adults and two children) in three bedrooms and has lovely views of Heron Pike. It is close to favourite attractions including Loughrigg Fell, Grasmere, Waterhead Pier and Stock Ghyll Force. With short breaks available outside of peak season, the house is perfect for families, friends or couples at any time of the year.
Splashpoint is a period seaside holiday cottage in Sheringham. A mere 20 yards from the sea with no passing traffic to disturb the gentle noise of the waves, it's perfect in all seasons for couples and families, including those with dogs. There is space for four people to sleep in two bedrooms, the self-catering facilities are excellent, and there are lots of little touches that make it feel relaxed and welcoming. Guests rave about the location and the views. It's easy to explore the North Norfolk coast from here, but equally possible to stay within walking distance and still have a fantastic time.
Set in the picturesque tranquil Tanat Valley between the charming villages of Penybontfawr and Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant, this lovely barn conversion is surrounded by glorious scenery and pretty Welsh villages with good pubs. An ideal holiday retreat for a relaxing break or for enjoying the many local attractions (including Lakes Bala and Vyrnwy), wildlife and outdoor activities including lovely walks. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
The Dairy is one of four holiday cottages at Markwell Farm in South East Cornwall. Offering a taste of country life, the cottages sits within 400 acres of rolling farmland and afford glorious views over the Cornish countryside. A great self-catering base for exploring the many attractions of both Cornwall and South Devon and the chance to sample a taste of working farm life with plenty of animals to see.
A delightful holiday cottage in the pretty village of Thornton-le-Dale near Pickering within the North York Moors National Park. With Dalby Forest on the doorstep, Lumley Cottage is a superb self-catering base for exploring the areas many attractions and enjoying a host of outdoor pursuits.