A luxurious holiday cottage for two in beautiful Wiltshire countryside, with wonderful views of the Wylye Valley. A perfect hideaway for couples looking to leave behind the stresses of every day life and unwind in peaceful setting. Close to Crockerton village, there are an abundance of attractions within easy reach including Longleat, Stonehenge, Bath and Salisbury.
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.
A beautiful self catering holiday cottage with lovely views providing cosy romantic holiday accommodation in the heart of Suffolk within easy driving distance of Lavenham. Nestling amidst beautiful rolling countryside, Dons Barn is just perfect for couples looking for a relaxing holiday where you can recharge and is a great base for exploring this beautiful area and its many attractions. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A luxury romantic holiday cottage ideal for couples. Backing onto a Nature Reserve leading to Snape and beyond to Aldeburgh, Queenies is perfect for anyone (including pet owners) wanting a luxury character cottage. Great walks and ideal for exploring Suffolk with the coast and a multitude of attractions on the doorstep. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
This cosy holiday dog-friendly holiday cottage located in the pretty Suffolk village of Walsham le Willows, near Bury St Edmunds. An ideal location for touring Cambridge and the unspoilt Suffolk Coast, along with enjoying lovely local countryside walks and cycle paths. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Comy and welcoming, this split level holiday cottage sits within the Arnside/Silverdale Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in Lancashire and is a great base for exploring the many attractions of Cumbria and The Lake District National Park. A breathtaking landscape surrounds where you can escape away in a rural setting abundant with wildlife and wonderful walks - prefect for relaxing. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
Ideally placed in the Arnside/Silverdale AONB in Lancashire with its stunning landscape and easy access to cumbria and the Lake District National Park, these delightful holiday cottages nestle amongst fields and woods and are ideal for walkers, wildlife enthusiasts and those who simply want to relax and unwind. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
Compact yet cosy with log burner, The Potting Shed is well suited to couples or small families and offers all the right ingredients to relax and unwind. Popular with those seeking escapism, birdwatchers, nature lovers and dog owners, the cottage has a double bedroom with an additional small double bed suitable for a child above the bedroom door. Enjoy riverside walks straight from the front door, bird watching from the garden and leisurely lunches at the local pub, The Rose (strolling distance of the cottage). With plenty of attractions for day trips out and an oasis of calm and wildlife haven on your doorstep you can enjoy doing as much or as little as your heart desires at The Potting Shed.
You can't get much closer to the water than Volharding, a static historic Dutch sailing barge on the River Stour in Suffolk. Sleeping up to twelve guests in six cabins, the barge sits in a peaceful haven abundant with birdlife with glorious views up the river. Spend your days sitting on the deck with your binoculars bird watching, walking along the river, enjoying a leisurely lunch at one of the nearby pubs or exploring the many attractions of Suffolk. Perfect for nature lovers and those who want to escape away from it all and recharge.
Pack up the kids, the grandparents and the dogs and head to Lambton Cottage in Bakewell. This fantastic holiday property easily sleeps up to ten guests in five bedrooms, making it perfect for groups who want to holiday in the Peak District National Park. It is in within walking distance of excellent pubs and restaurants like The Manners and Juniper, but the kitchen is so spacious and well-equipped that self-catering is never a chore. With Buxton, Chatsworth House, the Monsal Trail and Thornbridge Brewery all nearby, and a wealth of wonderful footpaths and cycling trails leading virtually from the front door, there is every reason to love your stay at Lambton Cottage.
Tucked away on a quiet lane in a peaceful village The Stocking Mill is a hidden gem sleeping up to four adults in two bedrooms. The cottage is in Ashford in the Water which, despite its compact size has two great pubs (The Bulls Head and the Ashford Arms) and excellent cafe (The Aisseford Tea Rooms), a Grade II listed bridge and a beautiful river. Bakewell is a gentle walk or bike ride away, and Buxton isn't much further. The Georgian cottage has been skilfully restored to incorporate luxurious modern touches without losing its original charm. With fantastic attractions like Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, the Monsal Trail and Thornbridge Brewery nearby, and a wealth of excellent walking trails and cycle paths leading from the village, it's no wonder it is so popular with couples who want a romantic escape in one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
Sitting in an enviable position on the Bolton Abbey Estate, Barden Bunk Barn is a great venue for large groups of friends, families, outdoor enthusiasts and team building events sleeping up to twenty four guests. Surrounded by glorious Yorkshire Dales scenery, this historically significant Grade I barn has four bunk rooms for sleeping, open plan living with pool table, self catering facilities, and magnificent views. Priest House Restaurant is on the estate for catering.
With uninterrupted views of the river, peace and privacy, The Cottage is the perfect escape for couples, families or friends (particularly bird watchers and nature lovers) who want to unwind and recharge their batteries. The property has two double bedrooms and a sofa bed and is a real home-from-home where guests can relax and enjoy the extraordinary surroundings. The local pub, The Rose, is just a short walk from the cottage and, as you'd expect with Suffolk's reputation for excellent food, there are many other wonderful restaurants to discover in the area. The Cottage is ideal for anyone whether you want to try a new activity every day, visit beaches and stately homes, or sit in the garden or conservatory and enjoy the multitude of birds who live on and around the sanctuary of the River Stour.
Burrs Farm is the perfect place to get your family and friends together to celebrate a special occasion or just relax and catch up. The house sits on three private acres at the end of a mile-long track, so there are no worries about keeping the neighbours up if your family can get a little noisy when they get together. Despite its secluded feel, it's only a ten-minute walk from Chelmorton and the Church Inn pub, and a five-minute drive from the award-winning Royal Oak. Bakewell, Buxton and Chatsworth House are all close by, and there are countless miles of walking and mountain bike paths, including the Monsal Trail, virtually on the doorstep. With seven bedrooms sleeping up to 20 guests, three living areas, a huge country kitchen and lots of flat fields and gardens in which to play, you can spend time with your favourite people and still enjoy your own space.
How can you resist staying in this charming Cotswold cottage? Windsor Cottage is just steps away from Winchcombe High Street with its great pubs like the Plaisterers Arms and the Lion Inn, shops and restaurants. The property can sleep up to four and is popular with families or couples who want the benefit of staying in a pretty village without being overrun by tourists. The Cotswold Way and Gloucestershire Way are just two of seven waymarked footpaths that run through the village, which is a short drive or cycle from well known Cotswold places including Cheltenham, Stow-on-the-Wold, Chipping Campden and Broadway. Sudeley Castle is nearby, and the village has a good local museum and lovely church with interesting features. Staying at Windsor Cottage is a wonderful way to experience the charm of the Cotswolds in comfort, with the convenience of a central location in a village favoured by locals but as yet undiscovered by day trippers.
Perfect for families looking for a seaside holiday, this welcoming mew-style self-catering retreat sits on Norfolk's beautiful coastline in Sheringham with its Blue Flag sandy beach with rock pools. Sheringham offers a great choice of pubs, restaurants and shops as well as an indoor pool and train station (home to the 'Poppy Line' for a nostalgic trip on a steam train to the market town of Holt). An excellent base for exploring the coastline and the areas many attractions and great for cycling, walking and relaxing with excellent amenities on the doorstep.
Easily accessible from London by train and by car via the M25, Fair Oak Farm Country Estate provides the perfect retreat for large groups of up to thirty six guests, and is an excellent choice for those planning a family gathering, get together with friends, milestone celebration or corporate event. Nestling amongst glorious peaceful Sussex countryside, this enchanting twelve acre estate offers a fantastic choice of unique accommodation from the impressive Farm House sleeping twelve to the quirky tree houses and Shepherd Huts - each with their own unique character, style and luxurious country charm. Catering, photographer and on-site activities can be arranged, there's plenty of walking and cycling from the front door and lots of attractions for day trips out throughout both Sussex and Kent. Available to rent for large groups but with such a diverse range of accommodation, equally as appealing to couples, families and smaller groups looking to getaway, relax and recharge.
Stay the peaceful heart of the north Pembrokeshire countryside at Blaenbetws. This holiday cottage is a beloved family home and retains a warm, welcoming atmosphere that immediately puts guests at ease. It is a ten-minute walk from the Penybryn Arms, and with space for eight guests in four bedrooms, including one on the ground floor, it is ideal for families and groups of friends who want space and privacy while still being near Cardigan Bay's beautiful beaches.
You would normally expect to have to sacrifice the convenience of staying in town if you have a large party or want a peaceful location, which is why The Barns is such a fantastic find! Expertly converted from two derelict farm buildings less than a five-minute walk from the centre of Bakewell, it is a luxurious property that sleeps up to ten guests in five bedrooms. In addition to a large garden and a private spot off a quiet lane, The Barns also has off-street parking for three cars which is exceedingly rare in a town as popular as Bakewell. All of Bakewell's shops, pubs, restaurants and history are on the doorstep, with places like Ashford in the Water, Buxton and Matlock being not much further. You can walk or cycle the Monsal Trail, imagine yourself as lord or lady of the manor at Chatsworth House, or simply lace up your boots and head off for a day of walking the beautiful countryside in the Peak District National Park.
Fairfield House has the space and location to make your holiday in the Peak District National Park a joy whether there are two or ten of you. The luxuriously comfortable house is in a quiet residential area between Bakewell and Ashford on the Water, being easily accessible to both on foot, car or bicycle. A short walk across the fields takes you to Ashford where there are two excellent pubs - The Bulls Head and the Ashford Arms, while Bakewell is an easy 20-minute walk or 5-minute drive and offers even more choice of cafes, restaurants and shops. With top Peak District National Park attractions like Chatsworth House, Hatton House and the Monsal Trail all virtually on the doorstep, Fairfield House is the perfect place for your self-catering holiday.