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The Plume of Feathers

Set in the picturesque Cornish village of Mitchell, The Plume of Feathers is a 16th Century coaching Inn. Tucked away behind the pub, through the original stone archway, is The Plume of Feathers’ accommodation. Designed with comfort and style in mind our 8 AA4 star boutique rooms have been stylishly renovated to create a peaceful atmosphere perfect for escaping once the day is done. Imagine throwing down your travelling bag, kicking off your shoes and stretching your toes in luxury. Guests can take advantage of the on-site pub and restaurant at the property.
http://www.theplumemitchell.co.uk/

Barend Holiday Village

Escape to peace, quiet and comfort in warm lodges, surrounded by forest, yet just a short walk to Sandyhills beach on the lovely Colvend Coast. Nearby, are the National Trust coastal walk from Rockliffe to Kippford and two of the world famous 7 Stanes bike trails and the RSPB Reserve at Mersehead. Enjoy watching otters, red squirrels and badgers and wonderful dark skies from the comfort of your own balcony! Pets welcome or pet free! Our lodges are well equipped for the freedom of self catering and accommodate up to 8 people. Look at Barend Farm Cottage for couples.
http://www.barendholidayvillage.co.uk/

Gospenheale Barn

This beautiful award winning converted barn is a superb location for exploring both Cornwall and Devon. It is close to main 'A' roads yet quiet and rural. The Barn offers a wonderful home from home feel with its quality furnishings and design. Excellently equipped with a large kitchen and living space which is ideal to relax in. A great base which has flexibility to accommodate families, couples, grandparents and friends. A safe and secure sheltered garden tempts guests to stay all day yet the vast array of activities to do in the area also attracts many guests to return again and again.

http://www.gospenheale.co.uk/

Old Country House

Old Country House is set in rolling landscape close to the Malvern Hills, perfect for walks, watching wildlife (several rare species here!) and enjoying local food. Lots of space to relax indoors and in the large gardens. B&B in the farmhouse or self-catering right next to the traditional orchards. Short breaks available. Sawdays B&B of the Year 2014. Plenty of books and a piano – no TV! Parking and some wi-fi. Good pubs and small market town 4-5 miles away.
http://www.oldcountryhouse.co.uk/

Aberturret Cottage

This lovely cottage, dating from the 19th century, nestles in the tranquil grounds of Aberturret House. One of the many pleasures of staying at Aberturret Cottage is the benefit of a large private garden with a fresh water burn running through it. This provides the perfect setting for a barbeque on warm afternoons or a peaceful few hours relaxing to the sound of nothing at all! Aberturret House is a 19th century Dower House built by the Murray family, owners of the nearby Ochtertyre estate.
http://aberturret.com/accommodation.html

Abbeydale Direct

With an outstanding range of products and choice, shop with Abbeydale Direct for wellingtons & protective workwear, garden planters & arbours or even disposable gloves. Abbeydale Direct has been at the heart of agriculture and country supplies for over 20 years, to find out more visit their website or speak to a member of their friendly team.
https://www.abbeydaledirect.co.uk

East Ballabane Farmhouse

East Ballabane Farmhouse and The Milking Parlour offer the opportunity to relax in a peaceful setting close to the picturesque village of Bride, close to the northern shores, perfect for nature, bird watching, walking, and sea fishing. All three cottages now have free wifi. The skies are clear for stargazing too! This area has been awarded the Dark Skies Discovery Initiative highest rating of 'Two Stars'. This status is only awarded to those dark sky sites from where the Milky Way can be clearly seen - cloud permitting, naturally!
http://www.isleofmanholidaycottages.com/

Sudeley Castle & Gardens

  Located in the heart of the Cotswolds, visitors to Sudeley Castle & Gardens can expect to have a fantastic day out.   Take a stroll through our 10 award-winning gardens, explore the castle rooms, and discover the ’20 treasures of Sudeley’. Sudeley Castle is also home to the tomb of Tudor Queen Katherine Parr, the last wife of Henry VIII, which is located in St Mary’s Church. A pheasantry, adventure playground with picnic area, gift shop and café in the banqueting hall complete the perfect day out.   Open daily from Monday 6th March to Sunday 29th October, 10am to 5pm.
https://www.sudeleycastle.co.uk

Abbeywood Gardens

If you're looking for days out in Cheshire, Abbeywood Gardens has lots to offer including acre upon acre of woodland, 6 acres of informal and formal gardens, all different and distinctive in their own right, plus you can relax and enjoy the atmosphere in our Garden Cafe which serves fine foods for your enjoyment. 2km wildlife walk, incorporating 27 acres of mature and newly-planted woodland. Young 7-acre Arboretum with rare deciduous and evergreen tree species. Stunning views of the Utkinton Hills. Relaxed dining serving home-grown and local quality produce. Functions space for weddings a
http://www.abbeywoodestate.co.uk/abbeywood-gardens/

Bed & Breakfast Nationwide

Stay in a B&B where your hosts’ local knowledge can take you off the regular tourist trail to an amazing view, stunning walk, place of interest or car route. Our website and brochure – The Little Green Book – contain a comprehensive guide to more than 500 inspected, high quality B&Bs, and self-catering accommodation. Contact us for a brochure on: office@bbnationwide.co.uk
http://www.bedandbreakfastnationwide.com

Hereford Cathedral

Hereford Cathedral is small, but full of historical interest. Originally Saxon, it was rebuilt by the Normans, suffered damage in the Civil War and was rebuilt again by the Victorians. Treasures include a medieval shrine to St Thomas Cantilupe and the Traherne windows by Thomas Denny. A new Ascension window and sculpture by John Maine RA, commemorating the Special Air Service Regiment, was unveiled this year. The library building houses the unique Mappa Mundi and Chained Library. Hereford’s Magna Carta of 1017 will be on show from 10 July, with a related programme of talks and events.

Estuary Cottages

Luxury Cornish holiday cottages in picturesque Fowey For some of the finest holiday cottages in Cornwall, Estuary Cottages offers a wide range of Cornish holiday homes in Fowey and South East Cornwall generally. We will be pleased to help you select the ‘right’ property be it in Fowey or one of the surrounding villages such as Polruan, Lerryn, Bodinnick or Golant.
http://www.estuarycottages.co.uk/

Asheston Eco Barns

Asheston Eco Barns are a luxury complex of 5 attached barns using the latest eco friendly technology to provide a sustainable family holiday. Located just 3 miles from the stunning blue flag beach at Newgale but surrounded by open countryside and with seclusion down a private driveway. The barns are furnished with antique furniture, fittings and log burning stoves and have contemporary kitchens/bathrooms and living areas. Each has its own private patio with BBQ. There is access for those with restricted mobility with ground floor bedrooms/ wet room showers.
http://www.eco-barns.co.uk/

Gower Holiday Bungalow

Bungalow available for hire throughout March to November. The bungalow is situated in the Gower Holiday Village at Scurlage. It sleeps six, there is one double bedroom, a second bedroom with bunk beds. In the lounge is a bed settee to accomodate another two people. It is fully equipped with microwave, oven,fridge,TV, iron and board.

Kelpie Cottage

In the small secluded township of Waterstein in the most westerly point on Skye lies Kelpie cottage.This delightful cottage was beautifully converted in 2009 to offer spacious accomodation of the highest quality for couples. The cottage is surrounded by mature ,well kept gardens for you to enjoy.It overlooks Loch Mor and is within walking distance of Neist Point Lighthouse, 2miles from the Red Roof Cafe and 7 miles from the famous Three Chimneys Restaurant.
http://www.cottages-skye.com/index.asp

Bosavern House

Bosavern House, on the dramatic Lands End peninsula close to the historic mining town of St Just and a few miles from Penzance, offers fine quality bed and breakfast and walking packages with a drop off and collection service to access the wonderful coastal walks.   Dogs are welcome in our allocated dog-friendly rooms, wi-fi and car parking available.
http://www.bosavern.com/

Tamarisk Farm Cottages

TAMARISK FARM COTTAGES, DORSET A small holiday cottage business, six properties, sleeping two to six guests on an organic farm in the small coastal village of West Bexington. Our cottages have amazing sea views of the Jurassic Coast. An ideal base for walkers, birdwatchers, fishermen and families. Pets are welcome and one of our cottages is wheelchair friendly (M3i).
http://www.tamariskfarm.co.uk/holidays/