Our range of highly-rated thatched holiday cottages wonderfully showcase the ancient craft of thatching and can be found in a variety of idyllic locations around England and Wales. Each one is replete with character features both inside and out.

Thatched Cottage, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire

Beautiful Grade II listed thatched cottage for three guests that’s set in the attractive village of Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire.

Lew Quarry Cottage, Lewdown, Devon

Gorgeous thatched holiday cottage in Lewtrenchard Valley, Devon that sleeps 4 with two bedrooms (1 twin, 1 king-size double).

Orchard Cottage, Hartland, Devon

16th century, Grade II-listed cottage with a rustic interior comprising living room with inglenook fire-place, a modern kitchen and an indoor pool.

The Cottage, Sampford Courtenay, Devon

Pretty thatched cottage with a beamed open-plan living space with three bedrooms and a living area with wood-burner. There’s also a private swimming pool.

Faith Cottage, Bradfield St George, Suffolk

Grade II listed cottage with two bedrooms, a well-equipped kitchen with breakfast area, dining room and a living room with wood-burner.

Vineyard Cottage, Winkleigh, Devon

Thatched cottage with three bedrooms and a characterful interior comprising a bathroom with bath, a modern kitchen and living room with wood-burner.

Bagtor Mill, Ilsington, Devon

Beautiful thatched cottage that sleeps up to 9. Features include a large sitting room with open fire, an oak-fitted kitchen with AGA and spacious grounds.

Thorn Cottage, Chagford, Devon

Beautiful thatched cottage in the Dartmoor National Park. Retaining many original features, this charming property can accommodate up to 6.

Thatchings, Stratton, Cornwall

Traditional thatched cottage that sleeps 6 with 3 bedrooms, a bathroom with shower over bath, a modern kitchen and a living room with large fire place.

Sweet Tumbledown, Ringmore, Devon

Charming thatched cottage offfering accommodation for two, with one double bedroom, a bath with shower over and a modern kitchen.

Phoebe’s Cottage, Romsey, Hampshire

400 year-old thatched cottage with beamed walls and ceilings, a charming wooden staircase and traditional inglenook fireplace.

Hunnypot Cottage, Pulham Market, Norfolk

16th century cottage with thatched roof and beamed interior comprising three bedrooms, a kitchen with dining area and an oak-floor living room.

Cider Mill Cottage, Alderton, Gloucestershire

16th century, Grade II listed cottage with a thatched roof and many original features such as beamed ceilings and walls – accommodates up to six people.