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Over 80 cottages to choose from, most on North Northumberland's stunning coastline. Many with sea views, direct access to the beach, pet friendly. From cosy cottages for two, to large houses ideal for extended family holidays or friends gathering together. We are based here, our staff live here - we love it and we’re sure you will too.
Cairngorm Lodges are just 5 luxury eco-forest lodges where guests can choose to stay in a lodge overlooking a beautiful loch or in one deep in the Scots pine forest. Dogs are most welcome and with forest walks starting right at the lodge door there is absolute freedom to enjoy a Scottish Highland Estate . The well equipped lodges sleep 4 and guests enjoy the comfort of organic fair trade bed linen and towels as well as eco-friendly products throughout. All lodges have wood burning stoves and guests are provided with an abundance of firewood from the estates own forests.
One of the leading providers of self-catering cottages in Kent & Sussex, offering nearly 300 properties the majority of which are Visit England approved. Established for over 25 years, we have built up a reputation for providing quality assured accommodation to holiday makers looking for short breaks, family holidays or longer lets over the winter months. Our properties span the whole of this picturesque region from the iconic white cliffs of the coast to the unspoilt and wooded countryside.
Over 100 years in the woodturning industry is a real testament to the quality of products, service and knowledge available at Jackson Woodturners. The business stocks many well-known, reputable brands, such as Richard Burbidge, Cheshire mouldings and Clive Durose, alongside its own range of stair parts, which offers the same excellent quality at lower prices. Come and see the largest range of traditional and contemporary stair parts in the UK, at Jackson’s purpose-built Sheffield showroom.
Stroud farmers’ Market was established in 1999 and has become one the of the country’s best loved and most decorated farmers’ markets. There are around 55 stalls at each market, depending on the season, with a wide range of farm produce and artisan foods, including cooked food stalls. There is always a wide range of quality local crafts too and seasonal events such as Children’s Days and the Apple Day festivities in October.
Quality converted Barns, situated on the edge of Bodmin Moor set in the most scenic countryside. Our cottages offer a mix of old charm and sophistication. Family and dog friendly. Our four traditional self-catering Cottages are nestled between Bodmin Moor and Jamaica Inn. Ideally situated for walking, trekking and beaches offering superb accommodation within easy reach of the A30 and A38 and all the main Cornwall attractions in a central Cornwall location. Lower Trengale is an ideal base for a family holiday with an outdoor play area and indoor games room with pool and table tennis tables.
The New Forest is a stronghold for a wide variety of wildlife, including Britain’s six native reptile species, all of which are protected by law. These elusive creatures are a rare and seldom seen component of the New Forest’s rich wild fauna and, as a result, are little understood and even feared by many. With a fully licensed and experienced ecologist as your personal guide, you can explore the world of these fascinating reptiles, learning about their life here in the New Forest whilst helping to collect data which will contribute to their continued protection.
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!
Quality Farm & Country Accommodation in Exmoor National Park The Exmoor Holiday Group is a small, friendly co-operative offering high quality accommodation, Bed and Breakfast (B&B) in farm and country houses, self-catering cottages and award-winning campsites based in Exmoor National Park straddling North Devon and West Somerset. Exmoor National Park is ideal for both relaxing and active holidays with many things to see and do across this beautiful part of Devon and Somerset. The Exmoor Holiday Group will have accommodation to suit you.
Set in its own quiet grounds Glangrwyney Court is a Grade II Listed Country House Estate nestling amongst the Brecon Beacons and Black Mountains. At the heart of the estate proudly stands the impressive Georgian Mansion which offers Guests luxury 5 star Bed and Breakfast accommodation between eight individually and beautifully designed bedrooms. Also occupying the land and amid the estate are four former farm buildings now also converted into luxury self catering holiday cottages. The estate also possess 4 acres of inspirational gardens and 33 acres of parkland to explore and enjoy!
St Anthony in Roseland, Cornwall Lost and happily lost, dreaming beside the sea in an area of outstanding natural beauty and heritage coastline. Surrounded by sea and private and National Trust farmland, our 4 listed cottages sleep 2 and up to 6/9. From your door are beautiful walks, beaches, coves and tidal creeks to explore, and within easy reach are some famous Cornish gardens. At the end of the day curl up with a book in front of a log fire, or sit with a drink on a sunny terrace and hear birds singing, uninterrupted by the sound of traffic. Heaven... All cottages have a log fire.
This lovely, timeless garden, with spectacular views over both deer park and rolling Cotswold hills beyond, was created in 17th Century and still retains a wonderful sense of peace and gentleness. The garden comprises 3.5 ha and is open to the public 6 days a week, Tuesdays– Sundays, and boasts extensive double borders arranged in individual colour sections and provides interest from spring to autumn. To the west of the house, a rill with fountain and an octagonal stone summerhouse were landscaped to commemorate the Millennium. Miserden is a quintessential Cotswold Village
Character stone cottages set in a secluded wooded valley on a 13 acre smallholding with woodland walks and abundant wildlife. All cottages have picnic and barbecue areas, broadband access, and cosy woodburners. Ideally situated in an idyllic and peaceful location with stream, play area and resident farm animals. Just 5 miles from Cardigan, and picturesque sandy beaches.
Antiques & Home Show - Lincolnshire Showground April 4th - 5th / May 30th - 31st / August 15th - 16th / October 10th - 11th / November 28th - 29th Decorative Home & Salvage Show May 13th - 15th Ripley Castle / June 10th - 12th Cheshire Showground / July 15th - 17th Loseley Park / August 5th - 7th Cheshire Showground / September 9th - 11th Donington Antiques Market April 18th / May 9th / June 27th / July 25th / September 19th / October 24th Lincoln Sunday Antiques Market April 17th / May 22nd / October 2nd / November 13th / December 4th
What could be more delightful than waking up each morning and strolling along a stretch of beach, that all of the self-catering cottages in Budle Bay have access to. Children can enjoy making sand castles while parents look on knowing they are completely safe.
Explore Britain with your taste buds. Get inspiration for hundreds of delicious days out, tasting experiences and special places to stay, all recommended by The Foodie Travel Guide. Discover idyllic vineyards, boutique gin distilleries and traditional cider farms. Stay in charming restaurants with rooms or take a cookery course in a country house hotel. Dine in rustic farm restaurants and pretty garden cafés. Cycle and walk along tasting trails or take afternoon tea on a train. Let us be your guide to Great Tasting Britain.
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
Your Swansea Bay Adventure Starts Here… Swansea Bay is the ultimate adventure location. What’s your adventure? Food- How about cockles from Swansea Market or sweet saltmarsh lamb in front of a roaring pub fire? Soon it will be picnics on the beach and dishes of delicious local ice-cream. Family- Rekindle life’s adventure with your kids and get back in touch with your inner child. Try surfing (indoors and out!), pony-trekking, or just build sandcastles and run in the surf. Watersports- Serious surfer or bodyboard beginner, we’ve got waves in all the right places.
The 64 bedroomed family friendly Langstone Cliff Hotel is situated in 19 acres of Devon woodland and enjoys spectacular views of the sea and Exe Estuary. The Hotel has a wealth of leisure facilities, spacious public rooms, and can cater for parties of up 400 people in the Washington Suite.
'A Heaven on Earth...' DSC_1329Morris loved the house as a work of true craftsmanship, totally unspoilt and unaltered, and in harmony with the village and the surrounding countryside. He considered it so natural in its setting as to be almost organic, it looked to him as if it had "grown up out of the soil"; and with "quaint garrets amongst great timbers of the roof where of old times the tillers and herdsmen slept". Its beautiful gardens, with barns, dovecote, a meadow and stream, provided a constant source of inspiration for Morris until his death in 1896.
Dumfries and Galloway is the Countryfile Holiday destination of the Year 2015/16. The Mull of Galloway in the far west of the region is Scotland’s most southerly point with far reaching sea views towards the Isle of Man, Ireland, Cumbria and Scotland. Book your next holiday in Lightkeeper's Cottage, Kittiwake House or Puffin House. Relax and take in the sea views, fresh sea air and spot the local wildlife.
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.