• The Doveling, GloucestershireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Chipping Campden, England
    Luxury personified with all the character and charm of a traditional barn. The Doveling offers the ultimate five-star experience. Lovingly restored to the highest standard. Keeping all of its original heritage, yet blending the contemporary with the old provides for a unique stay.
    Step through the feature atrium to enjoy a spacious yet toasty and warm barn. Boasting a large top of the range kitchen with feature island, it’s the perfect space to socially cook with friends and family. It comes with all the little extras such as a wine cooler, Nespresso coffee machine and a large country dining table. If you are wanting a truly special meal and simply do not feel like cooking then take advantage of the estate’s private chef, you can pre-book to cook whilst you enjoy the delights of your surroundings.
    After dinner, kick back and relax in the most spectacular room of all, the lounge. Extremely rare in its form it features the original dovecote tower which dates back to the 17th century with the original nesting boxes. Cosy up on the sofa, read a book and watch a film. For charging devices you will also find USB ports throughout the barn, so no need to panic if you forget your chargers! Why not take some time to chill upon a pew in the glass atrium, whilst basking in the sunlight. The glass walkway also leads to the boudoir quarter. Each bedroom has its very own feature bathroom and you will be spoilt for choice with roll-top baths and walk-in rainfall wet rooms to choose from.
    Outside you have an abundance of space within your large private courtyard. It’s a great space to dine alfresco. Don your chefs hat and rustle up a country BBQ, relax upon a bench whilst sipping a cold refreshing drink or indulge in a personal training session or yoga for one to one or more (must be booked in advance). The four-legged members of the family will also enjoy their freedom of space. Once they have explored their surroundings there is a dedicated area within your grounds for which muddy paws can be washed down with a warm tap! Perfect for your furry friends after country pursuits.
    Located near the desirable Chipping Campden, perfectly positioned to enjoy country walks, golf, gastropubs, arboretums and theatres. Stratford Upon Avon, Stow on the wold, Cotswolds Water Park are all within 20 - 25 minute drive. Just two hours outside London.
    £310
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  • The Cart Shed, County DurhamInstant Book Overlay Image
    The Cart Shed has been built to the very highest of standards and is a super detached holiday home in an excellent location and adjacent to the owner’s home. All on one level with large windows, excellent standard furnishing and top quality fixtures and fittings, guests will find that The Cart Shed is the perfect location for a quiet, luxury, well-earned family holiday or a super celebration spot for friends and family to enjoy spending quality time together. Absolutely ideal too for guests with limited walking abilities, all of the rooms are spacious, accessible and really well laid out. The open plan living area boasts a solid wood floor, beautiful wood burner and sliding doors that open the room out into the private garden area. The kitchen area is very well finished with excellent quality fixtures and fittings and ample modern appliances including a dishwasher, fridge, freezer, electric hob, electric oven and washing machine. With high ceilings and quirky wooden beam feature this room is a delight to sit in and would make a great place for family meals and celebrations. Further along the hallway, guests will find two double bedrooms each with a zip and link bed and views across the garden and beyond. The master bedroom offers equally spacious accommodation and a super kingsize bed as well as a very useful en suite shower room with shower cubicle, heated towel rail and underfloor heating. The family bathroom is once again finished to a high standard and offers a free standing bath, separate shower cubicle, heated towel rail and his and hers wash basins – luxury indeed.
    The small village of Witton Gilbert has a thriving community and boasts a local farm shop and a couple of great pubs that sell good food all year round. A great spot too for walkers and cyclists, there are many established public footpaths from the village leading into the city and beyond into the scenic countryside of County Durham. Durham itself has been awarded UNESCO World Heritage Site status and is packed full of historic and interesting sites to visit. The cathedral and castle dominate the market place and must be visited at any time of year as there are often popular exhibitions being presented. Also great for a spot of lunch, dinner or afternoon tea, there are many quirky tea shops, restaurants, bistros and the smallest gin bar in the county. The River Wear runs through the city and guests will be able to take a river cruise along it or enjoy a row in a rowing boat. The Lumiere Festival takes place every couple of years in November and brings the city to life with live art, music and light shows in the open air theatre that the city becomes. A little further afield but still within an easy 30 minute drive, guests will be able to take a day trip out to the very popular Beamish Living Museum of the North, see the famous Angel of the North statue in Gateshead, enjoy a day’s shopping at the MetroCentre and explore the vibrant city of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Beach 17½ miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ½ mile.
    £126
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  • South Cleeve Bungalow, SomersetInstant Book Overlay Image
    Situated on the Blackdown Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and approximately 18 miles to Sidmouth and the famous World Heritage Jurassic Coast, these semi-detached bungalows (refs 23955 and W43778) are both well-presented and have large lawned gardens making them excellent family holiday homes. They can be booked independently or together to accommodate up to 10 guests and provide a delightful place to unwind and relax away from the pressures of modern living. The owners can provide a wheelchair, ramp and a 3-wheel walker on request. They are within easy reach of the Quantock Hills, Exmoor, Taunton and Honiton. Within easy driving there is much to enjoy, with days out at perhaps a historical house such as Barrington Court (National Trust), Forde Abbey and Gardens, Montacute House and the imposing Dunster Castle. For family entertainment, an exciting day out at the Yeovilton Fleet Air Arm Museum, the West Somerset Steam Fair for a trip back in time, or for the younger ones in the family, you will love Crealy Adventure Park, near Exeter. The Blackdown Hills themselves offer some superb country walking, wildlife, flying for the adventurous at Dunkeswell or simply enjoy the many local village pubs to wine and dine in. A little further afield, visit the Jurassic Coast, moving on to Dorset, Lyme Regis and Cheddar Gorge and Caves, or even Bath with its many restaurants, shops and museums. Shop, pub and restaurant 1 mile.
    £104
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    Aberaeron, Wales
    Nestled amidst the serene beauty of the Cambrian Mountains, this luxury terraced cottage is a tranquil retreat that combines modern sophistication with the rugged charm of the Welsh countryside. This delightful escape promises a stay filled with comfort and relaxation. Upon entering, you’ll step into a spacious and elegantly appointed lounge diner, where the soothing colours and tasteful furnishings create an inviting atmosphere. This open-plan living space is perfect for unwinding by the fireplace or enjoying a delightful meal with loved ones. The lounge exudes warmth, making it an ideal spot to curl up with a book or share stories of the day’s adventures. The well-equipped kitchen, adjacent to the lounge, boasts modern amenities including a fridge freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine. Whether you’re preparing a gourmet feast or a quick snack, this kitchen provides all the conveniences you need. The cottage offers two charming bedrooms to ensure a restful night’s sleep. The twin bedroom is cozy and comfortable, while the king-size bedroom exudes luxury with its spaciousness and plush bedding. Both rooms provide a peaceful ambiance for a rejuvenating night’s rest. The bathroom features a contemporary design with a convenient shower cubicle and a heated towel rail, allowing you to refresh and unwind in style.
    Outside, the cottage boasts a well-maintained garden that includes a lovely patio area, perfect for enjoying al fresco meals or simply soaking up the natural beauty that surrounds you. Beyond the patio, a lush lawned area invites you to relax or engage in outdoor activities. And for those who love to grill, a barbecue area ensures you can savour delicious meals in the fresh mountain air.
    This luxury terraced cottage in the Cambrian Mountains offers a perfect blend of modern comfort and rugged natural beauty. Whether you’re seeking a romantic escape or a family adventure, this cottage provides a luxurious base for exploring the stunning Welsh landscapes or simply unwinding in style. Beyond the cottage’s private garden, you’ll find shared grounds that include a large paddock, perfect for leisurely strolls or outdoor games. A charming bridge spans over the nearby river, leading to a secluded seating area where you can immerse yourself in the tranquil sounds of flowing water while taking in the breathtaking surrounding views.
    £111
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    Top Lodge has recently undergone a full refurbishment, Top Lodge has been exquisitely reimagined with optimal spaces and a retro-meets-modern, Pugin-inspired interior design. The result is a charming getaway home for up to six people to enjoy time exploring the beautiful surroundings of the Broughton Sanctuary and the glorious Yorkshire countryside and attractions beyond. Located within the grounds of Broughton Hall, the property features spacious living and ample outdoor space. The ground floor is accessed via the kitchen door and is comprised of a downstairs bedroom (double or twin), kitchen, dining room, sitting room, shower room and toilet. On the first floor you’ll find two bedrooms (double or twin) and two bathrooms, each with a shower and bath. Outside the property are its original outbuildings and a pleasant garden area overlooking peaceful woodlands. As part of your stay, you’ll have free, exclusive access to England’s largest rewilding estate. So you can spend time together in nature, wandering ancient woodlands, cycling moorland trails, or enjoying picnics by the riverside. It’s a country getaway like no other.
    For a relaxing day out venture further into the Yorkshire Dales to the picturesque villages of Grassington, 12 miles, and Kettlewell, 5 miles further, calling at Kilnsey Trout Farm on the way and a stop off to watch the climbers hang off Kilnsey Crag. Many walks and cycle routes for all abilities can be found here and all around the area. Country pubs serving local produce are within easy reach should you wish to dine out during your stay, with the closest just 500 yards away and easily reached via a stroll through the estate grounds. Top Lodge provides a tranquil retreat away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life but will come alive when filled with your family and friends, yet is within very easy reach of the main town of Skipton and surrounding attractions, what more could you want. Shops 3½ miles, pub/restaurant 500 yards.
    The properties can be booked together to accommodate larger groups.
    £213
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  • Oak Cottage, SuffolkInstant Book Overlay Image
    Saxmundham, England
    Located within walking distance of the market town of Saxmundham with its shops, bars and restaurants, this delightful spacious property offers the ideal place for a relaxing holiday with family, friends and pets.
    The large kitchen/dining room is perfect for entertaining, and the ground floor bedroom and bathroom are ideal for the less mobile members of the family. A separate living room with wood burner is the perfect place to chill. Upstairs, you will find two further large bedrooms and a bathroom. Outside is a generous size enclosed garden with seating area, perfect for whiling away the day or star gazing at night with a glass of your favourite tipple.
    Saxmundham is an excellent base for countryside and coastal activities. The area has an array of walking trails, ideal for walking your furry friends, and the coastal town of Aldeburgh, famous for its connection with Benjamin Britten, the founder of the Aldeburgh Festival which takes place every June, is only 7 miles away. For the nature lovers, RSPB Minsmere is only 8 miles away and the beautiful Westleton Heath National Nature Reserve, one of Suffolk’s hidden gems, where you can see a variety of birds and Dartmoor ponies is only 9 miles away. Why not visit the Cold War Museum at Bentwaters or the Transport Museum at Ipswich; you could also stop for a drink along the waterfront. Pleasure Wood Hills Theme Park is less than an hour away and offers a great day out for all the family. There are a variety of antique shops and centres, and if you are looking for a treat, then why not spend a day at the Potton Hall Spa. Norwich is only one hour away and is an ideal day out with its array of shops, market stalls and famous cathedral.
    £105
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  • Godre'r Coed, DenbighshireInstant Book Overlay Image
    Godre’r Coed provides the perfect all on one level accommodation for a getaway with friends or family to this extremely scenic region. Enter the property into a spacious and well-designed and equipped kitchen - for quality family time, there is no better place, providing enough space to host everyone, here you can enjoy a home-cooked meal when you are not indulging in one of the nearby delicious eateries. The living room oozes relaxation with piano, creating a warming atmosphere in which to relax after a busy day exploring. When night falls, head through to find three lovely bedrooms in the form of two king-size bedrooms and a double all with feather duvets and pillows. The garden is not fully enclosed although there is a large secure gated patio area with seating.
    Just a short stroll the famous Thomas Telford Pontcysyllte Aqueduct and a short drive to Llangollen Godre’r Coed provides an idyllic base from where you can discover breath taking scenery, enjoy a plethora of outdoor activities or stroll to the local pub for a Welsh pint. The beautiful vale of Llangollen is 3 miles away with its dramatic mountain backdrop and boulder-strewn River Dee and is home to the internationally famous Music Eisteddfod. Explore the green valley by steam train or canal boat, or take an exhilarating walk up to Castell Dinas Brân above the town, to enjoy the day view then drop down for a welcome drink at the Telford Arms. The area appeals to walkers and cyclists alike with the Offa’s Dyke path and Llandegla forest nearby. There are mountain biking trails and road cycling routes straight from the property and a superb golf course very nearby. You can also relax next to the beautiful river Dee and enjoy some excellent fishing.
    £108
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  • Coach House Cottage, GloucestershireInstant Book Overlay Image
    This accommodation is the jewel in the crown, renovated to the highest standard with underfloor heating throughout. Purpose built all one level, it is great for family and friends looking for a sociable retreat and it is only a 5-minute walk from the centre of town. A large living room provides the perfect space for everyone to come together. Each bedroom features sumptuous beds and top of the range linens for the perfect night’s sleep. The family bathroom offers both a walk-in shower and separate bath. A boot room and laundry room also feature, so go get your boots muddy and enjoy the walks on the Cotwolds Way which surround the property. The private garden is exquisite, lovingly landscaped and tranquil with picturesque views for miles. The outdoor terrace offers a great spot for dining al fresco, perfectly positioned to watch the sunset over the valley with an aperitif or two and there is a top of the range hot tub on the decked area, it’s a real treat day or night as it comes complete with the best views in town.
    Wotton-under-Edge sits right on the famous Cotswolds Way. This friendly village has a plethora of traditional cottages, with a village high street that includes independent shops including crafts and country boutiques, as well as a cinema, allow yourself some extra time when meandering as the shopkeepers love to stop and chat. You will also find all the essentials too, such as green grocers for picking up your organic produce, a butchers for some fine local produce for cooking up a hearty meal for all. Why not take a trip to the family run Winner Hill Vineyard, to pick up a sparkling white to accompany your dinner. It is said by many that it’s just as good as some of the best French bottles. You can even make an afternoon of it and partake in some tasting for a fun day out. A little further beyond, you will find Tetbury is 10 miles away, and Bath and Bristol are both 20 miles. Badminton is 5 miles and Berkeley Castle, Wildfowl Trust at Slimbridge and Westonbirt Arboretum all within easy distance. Golf can also be found nearby. Beach 21 miles. Shop, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.
    £126
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  • Benmore Formentor Cottage, Argyll And ButeInstant Book Overlay Image
    Situated within the Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, Benmore Drimfern is a fantastic bungalow with an open plan living space as well as a second living room with panoramic views. It makes an ideal base from which to explore this stunningly beautiful area with Benmore Botanic Gardens on the doorstep as is the fantastic Pucks Glen with amazing walks and waterfalls. The surrounding area is known as Argyll’s Secret Coast with its sparkling sea lochs, romantic ruins, ancient forests and stunning scenery. This coastal route takes you through some of the most stunning parts of Argyll’s Secret Coast; a magical undiscovered corner of Cowal. A number of public gardens are located in the area, such as Ardkinglas, Crarae and Benmore Botanic Gardens with its avenue of giant redwood trees. There are three golf courses available locally and many opportunities for a spot of fishing.
    The town of Dunoon is nearby and offers a good centre for shopping, leisure facilities and a small cinema. The Argyll Forest, part of the simply gorgeous Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park, is on the doorstep and has numerous forest tracks, marked walks, cycle ways and wonderful waterfalls to explore. For those a bit more adventurous, the ferry at Colintraive to Rhubodach takes only three minutes to cross the sea loch and arrive on the Isle of Bute, a famous tourist destination over the years with many attractions such as Mount Stuart House and Gardens as well as the Victorian seaside resort of Rothesay. From this luxurious home, guests can explore many small villages such as Tighnabruaich and Kames with a spectacular viewing point en-route which looks out over the Kyles of Bute. Loch Fyne with its famous restaurant and oyster bar is not far away as is Inveraray; both great for a day trip.
    Benmore Drimfern (UK38742) and Benmore Formentor Cottage (UK38743) can be booked together to accommodate up to 12 guests.
    £74
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  • Clarinnes Cottage, GlasgowInstant Book Overlay Image
    Forest Cottages, Scotland
    Set in a most fantastic location with uninterrupted views over the field to the shore of Loch Lomond and the mountains and forest beyond. Clarinnes Cottage is the perfect location for couples and families to revel in the ambience and warmth of this remarkable detached cottage. Extended and refurbished in 2021 to an excellent standard throughout, guests will find a welcoming and bright home with ample space for all to enjoy.
    On the ground floor the spacious and airy open plan living area boasts a wood burner and plenty of comfortable seating, a cosy spot to relax. The kitchen is well equipped with contemporary appliances for preparing a family meal and a dining table. Patio doors offer lovely views and lead to the decking and hot tub. The generous master bed room is attractively presented with an en-suite shower room and has a patio leading on to a decking and is ideal for guests who are less mobile. There is also a family bathroom. The first floor has two further bedrooms each with great views down to the loch and across the countryside. Stepping out onto the decking and garden it is perfect for al fresco meals or watching the wild birds and sometimes a red squirrel, or unwinding in the hot tub and in the evening, star gazing.
    Located in the heart of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park on the shore of Loch Lomond there are lots of tracks and foot paths as well as cycle tracks from your front door. The West Highland Way is easily joined and you can follow part of it along the shore surrounded by breath-taking scenery. Explore the loch on the water with a cruise and visit the many islands or hire your own boat and take a picnic for a day on the water. Ideal for a day out and within easy driving distance, Loch Lomond Shores has a sea life aquarium, water sports, shops, restaurants and regularly hosts events. The cosmopolitan city of Glasgow can be reached in under an hour. The city centre is just packed with places to eat, drink, shop as well as theatres, tourist attractions and historic buildings. Clarinnes Cottages is an ideal location from which to explore one of Scotland’s most picturesque areas, and makes for a relaxing stress free break. Shop 6 miles, pub 5½ miles.
    £168
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