Take a look at our range of luxury holiday cottages. Each property has received glowing reviews from previous occupants and offers high-quality self catering accommodation. They can be found in some of the most picturesque short break holiday destinations in the United Kingdom.
This is a chalet-styled barn conversion near the village of Mattishall, about five miles from Dereham. Able to sleep up to eight guests, it’s luxuriously furnished throughout and comprises four bedrooms (1 ground floor king-size double, 1 ground floor double, 1 double, 1 twin), one of which has en-suite facilities. The spacious contemporary interior, which features a mezzanine level, has an open-plan configuration that integrates two of the bedrooms along with an expansive kitchen, breakfast bar, dining area and large sitting room with wood-burner stove. Patio doors lead out from the sitting room to a balcony that affords superb countryside views – there’s also an enclosed garden with decking. Bluebell Barn is very well-appointed with the Broads within easy access. The small market town of Derham is within driving distance too as are popular visitor attractions including the Mid Norfolk Railway and the Sandringham Estate.
One of two luxury self catering holiday cottages situated near the village of Torver in the Lake District National Park – this well-furnished barn conversion boasts a beautiful interior that’s brimming with character – featuring partially exposed stonework and ceiling/wall beams, it has two ground-floor bedrooms with en-suite Whirlpool baths and an open-plan living area comprising a farmhouse-style kitchen and a lovely beamed living room complete with free-standing wood-burner stove. Outside is a large patio with furniture and hot-tub. The scenery in this part of the world is of course stunning and there are plenty of nearby beauty spots to explore such as Lake Coniston and the Grizedale Forest. An assortment of charming Lakeland villages is in close proximity as well, including Torver, Hawkshead, Windermere and Ambleside.
A stunning 18th century holiday property that offers luxury self catering accommodation for up to sixteen guests – set out over three floors, the stylish interior comprises seven bedrooms, five bathrooms and a large dining room with table for up to 12. There’s also a large, well-equipped kitchen that includes an additional table for 8 people as well as two separate living rooms. The exterior consists of private enclosed lawn areas to the side and rear of the property with furniture – guests also have access to two hot tubs, of which one is housed in a gazebo. Located near the village of Millhouse Green on the fringes of the Peak District National Park, Hazlehead House is well-placed for exploring this wonderful region, with the Trans Pennine Trail a short walk away. In addition, there are numerous top visitor attractions in the vicinity such as Wentworth Castle, Cannon Hall and Chatsworth House.
This charming stone cottage is a little over one mile from Longframlington with its award-winning assortment of shops and pubs. Occupying an elevated hillside position, it affords some wonderful views of the Northumberland countryside – the superbly-presented interior has two boutique bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 twin), a bathroom with bath and shower over, a stylish kitchen equipped with the latest appliances and a large living room complete with comfy sofas and free-standing wood-burner. Private gardens can be found to the front and rear of the property, both of which have seating – the rear garden includes furniture and a barbecue. Tawny Nook provides easy access to a wide variety of local beauty spots – highlights include the majestic Northumberland National Park as well as popular local visitor attractions such as Cragside Estate and the brooding Bamburgh Castle. Northumberland’s heritage coast is also within driving distance as are the traditional market towns of Alnwick and Rothbury.
Set in the wooded grounds of the owner’s B&B, this stylish modern property offers luxury holiday accommodation for up to four. The single-storey interior comprises two en-suite bedrooms (1 super king-size double, 1 king double) and is replete with all manner of modern-conveniences such as under-floor heating and a state-of-the-art sound system. The open layout also comprises a modern kitchen with breakfast bar and adjustable-height induction hob, while the living room includes a wall-mounted TV with a bio ethanol burner. French doors lead out from the living room and both bedrooms to an expansive interior that consists of a timber veranda and enclosed law garden with furniture and barbecue. Guests that can actually bring themselves to leave this luxury holiday property have easy access to the delightful market town of Ottery St Mary – associated with famed poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, it’s well-served by an excellent collection of traditional pubs and independent shops. There are also wonderful walks to be had along the River Otter as well as Devon’s spectacular Jurassic coast, populated by charming resort towns like Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth and Sidmouth.
One of two stylish barn conversions offering luxury self catering accommodation – set near St Just, it’s stylish, minimalist interior features bedrooms (1 super king-size, 1 twin), both with en-suite facilities, a modern kitchen with dining table for six people and an expansive sitting area with a free-standing wood-burner and large picture window. From the sitting area, glass doors lead out to a private balcony with superb views – there’s also an enclosed patio with furniture, hot tub, fire-pit and barbecue. The Hayloft is set on the fringes of the St Just moors and is also near the magnificent Penwith Coast AONB – so there are plenty of opportunities to explore this beautiful region. Guests are also within easy access of a shop and pub (about 1 mile) as well as idyllic seaside towns such as Penzance (7 miles) and St Ives (13 miles).
The Stables is a single-storey stable conversion set in open-countryside near Shrewsbury. It offers luxury self catering accommodation for up to four with two bedrooms (1 king-size, 1 double) and a bathroom with bath and power shower. Although the interior has been furnished in a contemporary style, a number of original features remain including exposed beams, stonework and a vaulted ceiling. A modern farmhouse-style kitchen with table for four adjoins a light and airy living room complete with picture windows that afford some superb rural vistas. From the living room, patio doors lead out to a patio with furniture. Guests also have access to a large paddock, a charcoal barbecue and fire pit. As well as the picturesque surroundings, The Stables is a short drive from popular visitor attractions such as the Severn Valley Railway, Alton Towers, Blists Hill Victorian Town and Stokesay Castle.
Ty Mawr Cottage is an impressive 17th century farm-house near the village of Llanuwchyllyn. As with most sympathetically-renovated historical properties, the interior includes an assortment of period features such as oak ceiling beams, quarry tile floors and traditional stable doors. There are four bedrooms, a bathroom with double-end bath (taps in the middle) and a large farmhouse kitchen equipped with the usual mod-cons and a large dining table for up to eight. The lovely beamed living room features an exposed brick inglenook feature-fireplace which houses a wood-burning stove. Outside is an enclosed garden with large patio, furniture, barbecue and hot tub. The nearby Llanuwchllyn includes a well-stocked shop and pub, while a little further afield is the historic market town of Bala. Set within the breathtaking Snowdonia National Park, it’s become a centre for water-sports enthusiasts thanks to its famous lake.
This stylish holiday cottage is set in the picturesque village of Cononley, North Yorkshire. On the first floor are two bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 double with Jacuzzi) and a bathroom with Jacuzzi bath which are accessed via an open-glass staircase. Downstairs a sumptuous open-plan space integrates a modern kitchen with Neff appliances, a dining table for four and a comfortable sitting area with 65 inch plasma screen – superfast broadband is also available throughout the property. Literally on the doorstep is the tiny historic Dales village of Cononley, which includes two pubs as well as numerous reminders of its former status as a mining and weaving centre. Also in close proximity to the incomparable Yorkshire Dales National Park is nearby as well. Those looking to venture further afield have access to a mainland railway station from Cononley which runs to the cobbled market town of Skipton with its famed castle and vibrant collection of shops and restaurants. The rejuvenated Leeds is also a short train/car journey away.
Beautifully-appointed former farm building that’s been sympathetically converted to offer luxury self catering holiday accommodation – well-furnished throughout, the interior which is mostly laid out over the ground floor, comprises a king-size double bedroom, a kitchen equipped with standard mod-cons, a dining area with table for two and a first floor living room which is accessed via a spiral staircase – it affords some lovely views of the nearby Menai Straits. Outside is a raised patio with furniture – a barbecue is also available by request. Bangor with its impressive cathedral is around 3 miles from the property, while slightly further afield is the royal town of Caernarfon, dominated by a magnificent Middle-Ages fortress. Numerous local beauty spots are within easy reach as well such as Snowdonia National Park and the Llyn Peninsula.