Looking for secluded holiday cottages? Then take a look at our range of off-the-beaten-track cottages and holiday properties. Each one has received highly-positive customer reviews and is well-appointed in peaceful, private surroundings.
Apple Barn is part of a collection of off the beaten track cottages in North Devon. Well-suited to large parties of up to 10, this luxurious property has five bedrooms (3 doubles, 2 twins). The interior comprises numerous character features including toriginal slate floors, exposed beams and stone fireplaces. The exterior includes private lawn gardens to the front and guests have access to 6 acre communal gardens with a children’s play area, swings and a slide. There’s also an external shared games room with table tennis table and TV with games console. Set on the fringes of the hilly open moorland of the beautiful Exmoor National Park, Apple Barn is well-suited to those seeking secluded holiday accommodation.
A superbly renovated barn conversion located in secluded surroundings on the owner’s 15-acre estate. Sleeping up to 4 people, it has two bedrooms (1 double, 1 super king-size double), a bathroom with bath and shower, an open-plan living room with dining area and a modern kitchen. Numerous character features can be found throughout including slate flooring, a wood-burner and original radius windows. Patio doors lead out to a patio area with lawn and furniture which affords some outstanding countryside views. There are numerous beauty spots nearby too such as the High and Low Force Waterfalls, not to mention Northumberland’s heritage coast. Local shops and pubs are less than two miles away.
This holiday property is well suited to those looking for off-the-beaten track cottages. It’s set in a secluded location about one and a half miles from the picturesque market town of Kirkbymoorside on the North Yorkshire Moors. The open-plan interior exudes rural charm and features oak wood flooring, exposed stonework and timber beams. Laid out over one level, there are two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin), a bathroom with shower over, a well-equipped kitchen and a living room with wood-burner stove. French doors open out onto a private patio area to the exterior that includes furniture and a barbecue. The North York Moors location makes Grouse Cottage ideal for holiday-makers looking to escape.
Single-storey barn conversion in North Dorset that sleeps 2 people with 1 super king-size double -the well-furnished interior is open-plan and includes a small kitchen with living and dining areas. From the kitchen, patio doors lead out to a private terrace area that offers outstanding views of the surrounding countryside. A shared swimming pool is also available for use during the summer months. Oke Apple Cottage is also set near an AONB and there are numerous of places from which to enjoy this idyllic region such as Bulbarrow Hil, which affords wonderful views of the Dorset Downs and the Blackmore Vale. Local visitor attractions include Stourhead House and Gardens as well as the historic towns of Shaftesbury and Sherbourne.
Stone Mouse Cottage is a single-storey holiday property that’s peacefully appointed on a working farm near the village of Harrop. Sleeping up to 4, it features two bedrooms (1 super king-size double, 1 king-size double), one of which includes en-suite facilities. The open-plan, beamed interior consists of a spacious modern kitchen with island and dining area. The large sitting area features a wood-burner stove and full-length sliding doors. Outside is a south-facing garden area with furniture and a barbecue. Stone Mouse is set in the Forest of Bowland, which is a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The Yorkshire Dales National Park is also in the vicinity. So there are plenty of opportunities to explore this beautiful region.
A Grade II listed cottage situated in a quiet spot on Mallerstang Fell which sleeps up to 6, with 3 bedrooms (1 king size double, 1 double and 1 twin). Dating back to the early 19th century, its rustic interior still includes many original features such as low beamed ceilings and stone walls. Patio doors lead out from a summer room to a private lawn garden with patio furniture that offers inspiring views of the idyllic Eden Valley. The property is surrounded by plenty of footpaths and trails which wend their way through open fells, providing easy access to an assortment of local beauty spots. Those looking to venture further field should be pleased to note that the Yorkshire Dales and Lake District National Parks are also close-by.
Ideal for couples looking for a secluded rural getaway, this single-storey barn conversion is located on the border of Dorset and Wiltshire. Situated in the grounds of the owner’s farmhouse, it boasts numerous character-features throughout such as beamed ceilings and comprises an open-plan interior that includes sitting and dining areas as well as a well-equipped kitchen. The exterior consists of a shared garden area and courtyard. Like all the off-the-beaten track cottage properties mentioned here, Cider Barn is a great base from which to explore the local surroundings on foot. There are also plenty of top visitor attractions within a short drive including Longleat Safari Park, Stourhead House and Stonehenge.
The Coach House is one of three secluded holiday cottages situated around 2 miles from Wolfscastle in Pembrokeshire. This well-presented property sleeps up to 4 people with two bedrooms (1 king-size double, 1 twin) and is set out over two floors. On the ground floor is a shower room with basin and WC while a modern fitted kitchen with dining area are located on the first floor. There’s also a large living room with wood-burner. Many character features can be found throughout such as stone walls, flagged flooring and exposed beams. The exterior includes a patio with furniture and a barbecue. Guests also have access to a spacious communal lawn that includes picnic tables and a set of children’s swings.
Able to sleep up to 4 guests, this attractive off the beaten track cottage nestles on a hill above Glossop in the Peak District. There are two bedrooms (1 double, 1 twin), a bathroom with shower over, a modern kitchen/diner and a sitting area that features a wood-burning stove. Patio doors lead out from the sitting room to a rear terrace with patio and furniture. There’s also a small garden located at the front of the property. The charming village of Charlesworth is nearby with its assortment of village shops and country pubs. Glossop, known as the Gateway to the Peaks, is within close proximity too while the spa town of Buxton is about a thirty-minute drive. So although ideal for a secluded short break, amenities and local places of interest are easily accessible.
Ysgubor is a large farmhouse cottage property that can sleep up to 11 guests. Situated near Dolgellau in North Wales, it has five bedrooms (1 king-size four poster, 2 doubles, 1 king-size double and 3 singles) and retains many character features dating back to the 17th century such as exposed beams, an inglenook fireplace and slate flagged floors. This luxury property successfully combines old-world charm with a variety of modern facilities such as a Jacuzzi, a body-jet shower and a Rangemaster cooker. There are enclosed gardens to the front and rear. The former includes a patio garden with furniture while the latter decked area comprises furniture, a barbecue and hot tub. In addition, guests have access to a games room with pool table.