Chester's Lodge is a stunning contemporary holiday home in a wonderful location. With space for eight guests in four bedrooms, it enjoys an enviable location just 300 metres from the southern shore of Lake Coniston, surrounded by six acres of private land. It's a fantastic place to get away from it all with family or friends yet is close enough to places like Hawkshead, Ambleside and Ulverstone, so you don't feel too remote from attractions and amenities. Spend your days exploring the Lake District National Park, walking and cycling around lakes and mountains, admiring stately homes and charming towns and villages, and your nights sitting around the outdoor fire pit with a glass of local beer while you count the stars, or relaxing in the luxurious living room where your every comfort is catered for.
Sitting above Mawgan Creek, a short walk from Mawgan village and the excellent Ship Inn pub, Rock Cottage sits in a truly magical waterside position with stunning views. It is an idyllic choice for families or groups of up to four adults and two children who want to slip into a more peaceful way of life on the Lizard Peninsula. During your stay you can spend your days exploring the creek (rowing dinghy provided!) and relaxing by the waterside, or visiting the area’s beautiful beaches, traditional Cornish harbours and top attractions such as Heligan Gardens and the Eden Project.
You'll never forget your stay at Redmire Barn. The gorgeous period holiday home dates from the early 17th Century and has been renovated to a very high standard with contemporary touches sitting comfortably beside original features. The cottage has two ensuite bedrooms and a flexible layout that can suit couples, friends or families. It is beside the River Skirfare, where guests can paddle or go wild swimming along the river during the day, and sit next to the fire pit and enjoy the magnificent Dark Sky views at night. Favourite activities include walking, mountain biking, caving, climbing, and fishing. Pen-y-Ghent, Gordale Scar, and Jane's Foss waterfall are all within easy reach, as is Skipton.
Affording an enviable position overlooking the water, this welcoming holiday home is ideally placed where the forest meets the sea in the maritime town of Hythe in Hampshire. Excellent amenities on the doorstep and under three miles from the New Forest with a multitude of attractions within easy reach.
Stunning waterfront cottage located in the secluded hamlet of Ord in the south west corner of the Isle of Skye. Sitting just 10 yards from the sea and looking straight across Loch Eishort, you cannot fail to be captivated by the views and tranquility of this former fisherman's cottage. Fisherman's Loft has been lovingly restored to provide cosy and comfortable self-catering accommodation in a truely magical spot. With walking, mountain biking, climbing, kayaking and fishing all available nearby you can choose to be as active or relaxed as you please. Sleeping four guests in two ensuite bedrooms plus an extra two on a sofa bed it is perfect for couples, families or friends.
A delightful contemporary self catering cottage positioned by the side of the river on the fringes of the Somerset village of Coleford. Leat Cottage is ideal for walking, cycling, relaxing or visiting the many attractions this area has to offer.
Offering an 'away from it all' holiday experience in the Exmoor National Park, this unique self-catering cottage nestles amongst extensive private grounds (with stream, stables and paddock for horses) along a 'no through' country track two miles from a road. Direct moorland access for walks, cycle rides and horse riding, and less than five miles from Lynton and Lynmouth for a day by the sea.
Enjoying a riverside position in the popular Broadland village of Wroxham, Blackfriars provides comfy accommodation for up to four guests and is perfect for families wanting to explore the magical waterways of the Norfolk Broads, along with the Norfolk countryside, coastline and Norwich city. Fabulous sandy beaches within a short car ride away as well as an abundance of attractions including BeWilderwood, Great Yarmouth, Cromer and the Horsey seals. Alternatively, just park the car and enjoy everything on offer on the doorstep including fishing, boat hire, riverside walks, pubs and shops.
Is there anything more relaxing than watching boats on a harbour? We don't think so, which is why Gosport is such a fantastic holiday destination. Harbour View 4 is a spacious second-floor self-catering apartment opposite the harbour and ferry terminal, with all bedrooms affording harbour views. It sleeps up to eight people and is conveniently located not only for Gosport's shops, cafes, pubs and attractions but also for Portsmouth, the Isle of Wight and the New Forest National Park. The space and apartment layout are perfect for families and friends of all ages. Tourist board rating: 3 Star
The Granary is in Royal Clarence Yard, a desirable development overlooking Portsmouth Harbour and moments from Gosport town centre. Shops, cafes, pubs and attractions are all within walking distance, as is the Gosport Ferry terminal where a short journey will take you to Gunwharf Quays and Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. There is so much to see and do in any season that you'll never run out of ideas whether you're planning a day at the seaside or a night on the town. The stylish two-bedroom holiday apartment is on the second floor of a former granary and bakery that dates from the 1820s with period Georgian features and modern fixtures and furnishings. It sleeps up to four people in two bedrooms with a layout that suits couples, families or friends. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
Harbour views don't get better than those from Waterfront Quay, a second-floor holiday apartment overlooking Portsmouth Harbour with views of Spinnaker Tower. Couples, families and friends can stay in the pedestrianised area of Gosport, a stroll from shops, cafes, pubs and the passenger ferry to Portsmouth. Walk along the Waterfront Trail, explore museums, go sailing, spend a day at the seaside, and cycle around Alver Country Park. Portsmouth's Gunwharf Quays and Historic Dockyard are a short ferry journey away, while the New Forest National Park, Winchester, Paulton Park and the Isle of Wight are all within easy reach for a fun day out. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
A modern second-floor holiday apartment with stunning harbour views towards Portsmouth and The Spinnaker Tower, with space for up to four people to sleep in two bedrooms, plus a sofa bed. Harbour View 2 is in the Gosport town centre's pedestrianised area, steps from shops, cafes, pubs, and the ferry terminal. Explore museums, enjoy beautiful coastal walks, and Hampshire's beaches. Portsmouth is only a four-minute ferry crossing away, with even more attractions and places to eat, drink and shop. The apartment is perfect for couples, families or friends who want to be close to everything yet still have their own space. Tourist board rating: 4 Star
An old fisherman's cottage in an enviable position overlooking Staithes' picturesque harbour with superb restaurants, spectacular cliff-top walks and beautiful sandy beaches and rock fish pools on the doorstep. A popular holiday destination and ideal accommodation choice for those looking for a holiday by the sea, walkers and those looking to explore the many attractions of the North York Moors. Tourist board rating: 3 Star
Friends and family love Tan Yr Allt, which has plenty of space indoors and outside, and direct access to the stunning landscape that makes Snowdonia a year-round favourite holiday destination. The 17th-Century Welsh longhouse has been sympathetically restored and updated to sleep up to eight people in four bedrooms, with room for a further three children and three dogs if necessary. The holiday cottage is on the edge of Trawsfynydd, close to Llyn Trawsfynydd (Traws Lake) and within easy reach of Coed-y-Brenin, Bala, and Antur Stiniog.
A comfortable riverside holiday home with the bonus of mooring in the bustling village of Wroxham in the Norfolk Broads. Well located close to pubs, restaurants and shops on a small estate, Wherry Cottage is an ideal self-catering base for exploring the beautiful waterways.
Minehead is a fantastic seaside resort with something to offer everyone at any time of the year. Located at the quiet end of the beach, close to the Old Ship Aground Pub, Harbour Cottage was built 300 years ago to house the Harbour Master and his family and has fantastic waterfront views. There is lots of space for up to six people to stay in three bedrooms, and the holiday home retains its original warmth and features like an inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. All of Minehead's beach and other attractions are within walking distance, and you can easily reach Exmoor, Porlock Weir, Watchet Harbour and many other Somerset attractions.
A self-catering holiday apartment in Exmoor National Park with fantastic views over Porlock Bay. High Hanger affords a lovely quiet location to enjoy a relaxing holiday by the sea - the only sounds are the waves breaking on the beach!
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.
Shorepark Holiday Cottage is a beautiful waterfront home beside the River Nith in Glencaple. It is ideal for couples, but can also sleep up to six guests in three lovely bedrooms and enjoys uninterrupted views over the river. A cafe and a pub/restaurant are within walking distance, with more amenities a few miles away in historic Dumfries. This region is a favourite for hillwalking, cycling, golf and fishing, including sea fishing. Local attractions include Caerverlock Castle, the Caerlaverock Wetland Centre, Robert Burns' house, and the book town of Wigtown.
Matlock offers the perfect mix of adventure and relaxation with the Peak District on the doorstep. 5 River View is a beautiful self-catering holiday home sleeping eight people in four bedrooms, a five-minute stroll from the town centre's shops, cafes and restaurants. It's just across the road from the Derwent River and within easy reach of Chatsworth House, Bakewell, Alton Towers, and the Crich Tramway Museum. The house sleeps eight people in four bedrooms and is child and pet friendly, suiting friends and families.