41 St Brides Road is a deceptively spacious and modern holiday cottage a short stroll from the beach, cafe and pubs in Little Haven. From the front, it looks like a typical fisherman cottage but, step inside, and it opens into a contemporary home with space for four people (plus an extra child) to sleep in two bedrooms and an open plan living room and kitchen with two log burners and bi-fold doors opening into the private garden. The layout and the location make it ideal for couples or families who enjoy being close to the beach and the beautiful Pembrokeshire Coast Path.
Located on the shore of Loch Linnhe, this beautiful waterfront log cabin is the perfect base for a self-catering holiday in the Highlands. Sleeping four people in two ensuite bedrooms, Otterbank is perfect for couples, families or friends. Bring your paddleboards or kayaks to use on the Loch or simply enjoy the fantastic views as you snuggle up next to the log burner. This private croft is situated just a few miles from Fort William and Ben Nevis where you will find numerous outdoor activities such as walking, climbing, mountain biking and ski-ing.
This fantastic cabin on the shore of Loch Linnhe is the perfect contrast to the rugged Highland landscape. It was designed and finished by the owner to make the most of the waterfront location and the incredible views, with luxurious touches that include two huge ensuite bathrooms, a master bedroom with a super-kingsize bed, and a log burner. Heron Bay is on a private croft and sleeps four people in two bedrooms. It is only a few miles from Fort William and Ben Nevis, and guests can bring paddle-boards, canoes and kayaks to use on the loch. Fishing, skiing, mountain biking, hiking and climbing are just a few of the many ways to enjoy this beautiful landscape.
Perfect for couples, Carters Cottage is well-equipped to a 4-Star standard and offers guests the use of excellent on-site facilities that include an indoor swimming pool and 10 acres of grounds. With a log-fire, the holiday cottage is a welcoming bolt-hole for two at any time of the year and sitting on the edge of Pickering, it has excellent amenities close to hand and is within easy reach of the North York Moors National Park and North Riding Forest. A great choice for those who enjoy walking, cycling, exploring or simply relaxing whilst on holiday. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Wasp Nest Cottage is perfect for couples, friends or small families seeking to escape to the peace and beauty of the Peak District. The period holiday cottage is on the edge of Holymoorside, close to the national park and with stunning walks over the moors accessible from the door. There is an excellent village shop and two pubs within walking distance. Favourite Peak District attractions like Chatsworth House, Haddon Hall, Bakewell, and the Heights of Abraham are all within a 15-20 minute drive. The two-bedroom self-catering cottage sleeps four people and features furniture, art and pottery from local artisans.
A welcoming holiday cottage near the beautiful Blackdown Hills on the border between Somerset and Devon. Smithy End sleeps two people and is perfect for couples or individuals who crave rural views, the opportunity to walk for miles, and a decent pub less than a mile away. It is in Combe St Nicholas, half an hour from Lyme Regis and the Jurassic Coast.
You can fish from this riverfront cottage's patio, which is within a 5-minute walk of shops, cafes, relaxed pubs, and supermarkets in Newton Stewart. Otter Cottage sleeps two guests in one bedroom, with a light, spacious open-plan living area that makes the most of beautiful views of the River Cree. It's close to the Galloway Hills, Loch Trool, The Merrick, and 7Stanes Glentrool, with plenty of fishing and golf options. Holiday accommodation is all on the ground floor level, and the self-catering cottage is available for bookings all year round. It's perfect for couples or solo travellers.
Mulberry Tree is a pretty and romantic self-catering cottage in Appledore. If you didn't know where to find it, you'd never even realise its there as, despite being a short stroll from the harbour, shops, cafes and pubs, it's hidden away and only accessible through a quiet, sunny courtyard garden. The one-bedroom cottage is a favourite with couples but also works well for solo visitors. Westward Ho! beach is less than three miles away. There are wonderful footpaths and cycling routes leading to spectacular views, gardens and stately homes, and many other attractions that make this a perfect year-round retreat.
Tucked away through a charming sunny courtyard, Pear Tree Cottage is a hidden gem. This two-bedroom period holiday cottage is in Appledore, a short walk from shops, cafes and pubs yet blissfully quiet and private. It sleeps four people in two bedrooms with a layout that suits couples, families or friends. Westward Ho! is less than three miles away, and there are miles of beautiful Devon coastline to explore. The opportunities for swimming, surfing, kayaking, paddle boarding and sailing either in the estuary or the ocean are endless. With Exmoor and Dartmoor both under an hour's drive away, you never have to sit still. The cottage is pet-friendly and available for bookings all year round.
A romantic holiday cottage with a private terrace within strolling distance of Appledore's shops, cafes, and pubs. Apple Tree Cottage sleeps two people in one bedroom and is set back the road with access through a quiet courtyard. Westward Ho! and Saunton Sands are nearby, as is the South West Coast Path. It's easy to get to Barnstaple, Exmoor National Park and favourite attractions like the Tarka Trail and Lundy Islands. Apple Tree Cottage is available for holidays all year round, with short breaks possible outside of peak season.
Chestnut Cottage is on the family-friendly Wood Farm estate, with beautiful views over fields and woodland and excellent onsite amenities. The single-storey holiday cottage sleeps four people in two bedrooms and suits couples and families, including visitors who use a wheelchair. Guests can use the playground, woodland walk, nature/jogging trail and indoor games room or spend time exploring North Norfolk's beaches and attractions. There is no shortage of places to walk or ride your bike, while nearby riding stables and golf courses provide further ways to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
With its four-poster bed and beautiful setting, Usk Apartment is the perfect choice for outdoorsy couples who want relaxation and adventure. Sitting beside a nature reserve and with direct access out onto the Cambrian Way as well as access to Table Mountain, Sugarloaf Mountain, Llangattock Mountain, and Pen-Allt-mawr, the opportunities for walking are endless. The area is also great for cycling and a good choice for history lovers with ancient sites to discover. Llangattock village with two good pubs is a 10-minute stroll away and the attractive town of Crickhowell is a little further with independent shops and good pubs within walking distance. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Escape to the beautiful Brecon Beacons in this stunning one-bedroom holiday cottage with spectacular views. Valley View is close to Llangattock, within walking distance of two friendly local pubs and within easy reach of Crickhowell, Abergavenny and Brecon. There are fantastic walks from the door and many opportunities for cycling, caving and climbing, fishing, golf, and horse riding. Visit Norman castles, go shopping in local markets and spend time doing things you love. The cottage is ideal for couples and works well for a solo traveller who wants the space and privacy of a self-catering cottage. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Stay in the heart of the Brecon Beacons in this charming barn conversion, which provides holiday accommodation for four people in two bedrooms and is perfect for couples or friends. Trelawney Cottage is in Langattock, near Crickhowell and within easy reach of Abergavenny, Monmouth and Brecon. It has stunning views and direct access to some of the best footpaths and mountain bike trails in the entire National Park. The cottage is a favourite with visitors all year round, not least for its spectacular views. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Moelwyn View Cottage is a lovely period holiday cottage in Llan Ffestiniog in the Snowdonia National Park, within walking distance of the village pub and shop with direct access to footpaths. The Cottage sleeps three people in two bedrooms and is suited to individual travellers, couples, or small families with an older child. It has stunning views of the Moelwyn Mountains and Manod Hills. The location is ideal in every season as it is within easy reach of the coast and Llyn Peninsula, Caernarfon, and the Dwyryd Estuary.
Sea Breeze Beach House is an idyllic coastal retreat for couples or solo travellers. Tucked away in a private garden a short walk from the Manorbier's beach, castle, pub and shops, the eco-friendly studio has a fresh, Scandinavian style and an open-plan layout. Guests can spend their days walking the Pembrokeshire Coast Footpath, exploring places like Tenby, Narbeth, Haverfordwest and St Davids, and visiting attractions that include Caldey Island and Pembroke Castle. Play golf, go fishing, ride a bicycle or take a guided pony trek through the beautiful scenery - the choice is yours. Alternatively, grab a book, pour a drink and settle back on the sun lounger with a good book and the soothing soundtrack of the ocean.
If Bridgerton has you yearning for your own slice of Georgian life, then you will love this property. The charming first-floor holiday apartment is above a quiet office on Broadway's High Street. It has recently received a sympathetic facelift with the owners enhancing original, 350-year-old features such as mullioned Cotswold stone windows and oak beams, with the contemporary comforts of smart central heating, wool carpet and high-quality furnishings. The two-bedroom apartment can sleep up to four people and is perfect for couples or friends. Everything you need for a fun and relaxing holiday is mere footsteps away, including a private garden.
Sleeping two guests, Stone End is just perfect for couples who want to explore this beautiful part of the UK sitting within the Yorkshire Dales and being just half an hour away from the Lake District. Surrounded by beautiful scenery, the area is perfect for those who enjoy walking, cycling and horse riding with a stylish holiday cottage to return home to at the end of the day (and The Fat Lamb Inn just a short walk away!).
Stoneheights is just perfect for couples but can also accommodate small families with a king-size bedroom plus single fold-up bed. Enjoying an idyllic position nestling amongst the glorious countryside of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, the cottage is one of a collection of five and just perfect for those who enjoy outdoor adventure with endless opportunities for walking, cycling and horse riding. The Lake District National Park is only half an hour away by car and The Fat Lamb Inn is a ten minute stroll away through the meadows. Plenty of attractions, beautiful scenery and an abundance of fresh air await!
This charming studio apartment has a south-facing balcony, enclosed garden and a log burner, making it the perfect spot for a romantic escape in any season. The Signalbox is in the peaceful village of Ellingham, a few minutes' walk from the excellent Packhorse Inn pub and a short drive from the Northumberland Coast and beaches including Beadnell Bay and Low Newton. Explore the countryside, take a boat trip to the Farne Islands, go horse riding on a beach, or shop and sightsee in historic market towns. The Signalbox is private and comfortable, and ideal for solo travellers or couples.