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FROM: £429.00

Big Sky Barn is a contemporary conversion of a 200 year old brick and flint barn with a distinctive curved zinc roof. The accommodation is all on the ground floor (although there is a step from the kitchen area to the sitting area) with an open plan living, kitchen and dining areas and two en-suite bedrooms. Large sliding doors open from the living area on to the front of the property where there is a large patio area and lawn. This space is fully enclosed and so safe for children. A further small garden with patio is found through the master bedroom’s sliding doors. The barn over looks stunning countryside and there are some lovely walks to enjoy direct from the property.

Riddlington is a small village approximately 20 miles north east of the cathedral city of Norwich. Lying just one mile inland from the stunning North Norfolk coastline, the barn is conveniently located to reach Walcott Beach, while dog-friendly Happisbugh Beach is just a bit further down the coast. The Norfolk Broads National Park has over 125 miles of navigable lock free waterways, home to an abundance of birds and wildlife. Nearby North Walsham, just 15 minutes’ drive away, has all the local amenities needed for your stay. A little further afield are the pretty market towns of Aylsham, Holt and Sheringham which all have a wide range of shops and places to eat.

Bromholm Barn, sleeping four guests, is also available to book at this location.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleep four guests.
  • Master bedroom with super king bed, en-suite shower room and private patio.
  • Second bedroom with 6’ zip and link bed that can be converted to two 3’ singles on request and en-suite shower room.
  • Enclosed garden and patio.
  • Only one mile from the nearest beach.
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • One well behaved dog welcome (small additional charge).
  • WiFi.
  • Parking for two cars.
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Exposed brick and flint feature walls.
  • Underfloor heating.
  • Fitted electric oven with separate electric hob.
  • Microwave, wine cooler and water softener.
  • Fridge with a small freezer compartment.
  • Dishwasher and washing machine.
  • Television with Sky TV, Netflix and DVD player.
  • High chair and cot available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Charcoal barbecue.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • There are many local pubs where good food is served; The Gunton Arms in Roughton, The Poachers Pocket in Bacton and The Mermaid’s Slipper in Stalham all come recommended, and if you fancy fish and chips, the go-to place is Bacton Fish and Chip Shop.
  • The Norfolk Broads are close by where there is an abundance of wildlife for you to see; you might be able to have a glimpse of one of Britain’s largest, rarest and most beautiful butterflies, the Swallowtail, watch playful otters and darting Kingfishers, and the reeds are filled with birdsong.
  • If you fancy a bit of history, visit the Henry Blogg Museum in Cromer where you will learn all about the RNLI and the lifeboat man who served for fifty three years on Cromer’s lifeboats and saved over 873 lives.
  • Have a lovely walk along the cliffs to Cromer Lighthouse from the old lifeboat house and although the lighthouse is closed, you have excellent views back over Cromer.
  • The National Trust have several properties in the area; Blickling Hall is a highlight with its formal gardens, stunning views and the cycle trail through the park where you may find lost buildings and watch the wildlife.
  • At Blakeney National Nature Reserve on the north Norfolk coast you will find plenty of wildlife as it home to seals and terns, and if the tides are in your favour, take a boat trip further out to the seals. The village of Blakeney with its pretty harbour and beautiful architecture is a photographer’s dream.

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FROM: £394.00

It's all about the location! Ebb and Flow is a timber-framed hideaway, situated in a peaceful and secluded position, within easy walking distance of the sand dunes that skirt Holme beach.

With no passing traffic and the Holme Dunes Nature Reserve just a two minute walk away, this well-loved holiday home is perfect for birdwatchers, walkers and a great base for families who want to spend lazy days enjoying the beach and local village pub.

The house is in a lovely peaceful position and you really can hear the sea from the garden. With a well-equipped kitchen, sunny sitting room and conservatory, three bedrooms and pretty, enclosed gardens front and back, Ebb and Flow has become a firm favourite with dog lovers looking for a comfortable stay in North Norfolk. The owner has recorded over 100 species of birds in the garden including Avocets, Turtle Doves and Barn Owls. Birdfeeders are an excellent source of entertainment! There is garden furniture front and back and sun loungers available too, along with a good selection of outdoor games including boules and quoits, a dartboard and air hockey table.

FROM: £429.00

Bryn Derw is one of nine luxury self-catering cottages located in the heart of the beautiful Bodnant Estate near Conwy in North Wales. A perfect outdoor break, this cottage lies off a woodland track from where you'll find glorious walks along private paths through woods and across farmland.

Delightfully restored to a very high standard and decorated in a traditional style complete with a beamed fireplace and french doors leading out to the garden. It is the perfect secluded and tranquil spot, nestled in woodland and overlooking a field.

The world famous Bodnant Garden, owned by the National Trust, is central to the Estate and within one to two miles' walking distance from the properties and open 361 days a year. The garden is famed for its laburnum arch, italiante terraces, waterfalls and national collections of plants.

This holiday cottage at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • One double bedroom with en suite shower room.
  • One double bedroom (which can be converted into twin beds on request) and en-suite bathroom.
  • Wood burning stove.
  • Enclosed garden.
  • On site parking available.
  • Up to two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge – please see notes).
  • Access to the cottage is via a woodland track.
  • WiFi.
  • Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional Features

  • Underfloor heating throughout the downstairs.
  • Range cooker.
  • Combined fridge and freezer.
  • Microwave.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Washing machine.
  • Television with Freeview.
  • DVD and CD player.
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available on request.
  • Garden furniture.
  • Barbecue.
  • A 10% discount at The Tearooms and Bodnant Garden Centre is available.
  • Fishing permits available at Bodnant Garden Centre.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Access to many miles of private paths that run through woods and across farmlands.
  • The Bodnant Tearooms where you can enjoy freshly baked cakes while overlooking the beautiful Conwy Estuary and Carneddau Hills and 25 metres of adventure play trail for the children.
  • There is more to experience with the Bodnant Wine Cellar where you can enjoy a tasting event to tantalise your taste buds, complete ‘an Introduction to Food & Wine matching’ course or simply browse the large selection of the finest Welsh and world wines.
  • Book yourself onto a course at the National Beekeeping Centre.
  • Fishing permits can be purchased so you can spend a day in the heart of the estate trying to catch any number of fish from roach, tench, perch, eels and rainbow trout.
  • For the green fingered why not visit Bodnant Garden Centre. Otherwise, you may find a lovely gift from the Bodnant Craft Centre.

For additional information on the activities offered please click here.

FROM: £270.20

Orange House Apartment is located in a quiet position in the attractive seaside village of Heacham.

The apartment is light and airy with original features, including stripped wooden floors, comfortable modern furnishings and gas central heating throughout. There is a super enclosed garden adjoining the property which is mainly laid to lawn. If required there is also a separate studio available sleeping two which is accessed via an adjoining door in the apartment or by a separate entrance outside. Click here to view the details for The Studio.

Heacham is a large seaside village which attracts families, golfers, bird watchers and walkers throughout the year. There are an abundance of shops, including butchers, bakers, chemist , supermarket and gift shop all within a few minutes walk of Orange House. The beach is approximately a 20 minute walk away. There are also a number of pubs which serve food within the village.

FROM: £428.00

Set in the heart of a private country estate in West Dorset, Goose Run Cottage is so secluded that you probably won’t hear any traffic or see many other people at all while you’re here. Relax and focus on the birdsong all around you. Stroll through the wild flower meadows and the woodland, or climb the tree house and keep your eyes peeled for the birds and the wildlife. Then sit out on the patio as dusk descends. The lack of light pollution makes the stars seem like you could reach out and touch them.

The heart of the property is the open plan living area, with a well-equipped kitchen and a breakfast bar at one end, and a living room with large TV and comfy settees at the other. The whole of the ground floor has underfloor heating, keeping you warm and snug whatever the weather. The living space opens out onto the private garden with its panorama of the estate grounds. If you enjoy looking out onto the scenery, the master bedroom on the first floor also has a feature window with stunning views of the lake.

With so much beautiful landscape to explore right on your doorstep, you might not want to venture too far during your stay. But if you’d like to stretch your legs, you’ll find a charming thatched pub just one mile’s walk away. If you decide to venture further afield, you’re just a short drive away from some of the South West’s best destinations, including Bridport and Lyme Regis. After a day exploring, you can come back to your own private hideaway and relax in comfort.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • Master bedroom with super king bed and en-suite bath and shower room.
  • Double bedroom with king size bed and en-suite with walk in rain shower.
  • Small enclosed private garden with lawn and patio.
  • Access to 70 acre private estate with small lake and woodland walks.
  • WiFi.
  • Parking for two cars.
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • Sorry, no dogs,
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Electric oven and gas hob.
  • Microwave.
  • Fridge and small freezer compartment.
  • Nespresso coffee machine.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Washing machine.
  • Smart TV with Blu-ray player.
  • Selection of DVDs, books and magazines.
  • Travel cot, high chair and stair gate available on request
  • Garden furniture.
  • Fire pit.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • One attraction you can’t miss while you’re here is the estate itself. This 70-acre natural retreat offers you all the best of West Dorset, including rolling hills, wild flower meadows and woodland streams. There’s a rope swing for children young and old to enjoy, and you also have permission to light a campfire near the tree house.
  • If you fancy a spot of shopping, Bridport is just a short drive away. Chances are you’ll come across a local food market when you visit – they hold them every Wednesday and Saturday, and there’s a Vintage Market on the last Sunday of the month between March and October.
  • Bridport is just a stroll from West Bay, a small fishing harbour with yachts and boats bobbing in the water. There are plenty of shops and pubs here, and you can take a fishing trip out from here too. See if you can catch a mackerel or two!
  • Dorset is known for its rugged and undulating coastline. One of the best stretches is accessible from the village of Burton Bradstock, where you’ll find photogenic traditional thatched cottages. From here you can stroll along the coastline and come across miles of pristine beaches.
  • The town of Abbotsbury has an unusual claim to fame. This is the only place in the world where you can visit a colony of nesting Mute Swans. The Swannery here was originally created by a group of Benedictine monks.
  • If you’re interested in natural history, you could try your hand at fossil hunting along the Jurassic Coast.
  • There are so many reasons to visit Lyme Regis. If you’re a literature fan, you can retrace the steps of the French Lieutenant’s Woman on the famous Cobb.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

FROM: £429.00

Gardener's Cottage is a charming Grade II listed 17th century thatched timber framed cottage, lovingly restored and updated while retaining many of its original features including an Inglenook fireplace and exposed beams. It has an enchanting garden at the rear of the cottage with a large terrace, fruit trees and stunning wild flower orchard. The property sleeps four in a double room with en-suite bathroom and a twin room with en-suite wc and basin – each with an individual staircase.

Located in the peaceful village of Thornham Magna, the cottage sits on the edge of the Thornham Estate which offers 12 miles of fabulous walks within the estate grounds through beautiful parkland and ancient woodland. The village also has a cafe, restaurant and photographers gallery as well as The Four Horse Shoes, a well-known, popular pub within easy walking distance of the property.

This holiday cottage at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • Two bedrooms, one with an en-suite bathroom, the other with en-suite basin and w.c.
  • Both bedrooms are accessed by their own staircases (please see notes).
  • Ground floor wet room.
  • Wood burning stove and an open inglenook fireplace.
  • Thatched roof (please see notes).
  • Parking for two cars.
  • Large terrace in the garden together with a lawned area and small wild flower orchard.
  • Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge per dog).
  • WiFi.
  • Minimum of a three night stay.

Additional features

  • Extensive, exposed timber beams, some of which are low.
  • Suffolk pamment floors.
  • Slate flooring in the kitchen areas.
  • Within walking distance of the local pub.
  • Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer.
  • TV and DVD player.
  • Travel cot and highchair available on request (please see notes).

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • A short drive away is the thriving market town of Diss which is the start of the popular Boudicca Way, the walking path to Norwich which is approximately 36 miles. The trail passes through many historical and picturesque towns and villages.
  • If you are keen to play a round of golf then arrange a time at Diss Golf Course approximately 5 miles away.
  • Nearby are some interesting and lovely sites to visit, such as Bressingham Gardens and Steam Museum or the airfield buildings of the 100th Bomb Group Memorial Museum at Thorpe Abbotts.
  • Orford Castle, Kentwell Hall and Gardens or Snape Maltings which is home of the Aldeburgh Music Festival. Otley Hall and Yaxley Hall are 2 beautiful properties to visit as well as the National Trust’s Ickworth House.
  • Additionally, there is the stunning Helmingham Hall Gardens with its moat and 2 draw bridges which are still used every morning and night.
  • The cottage is also only 1 hour 40 minutes' drive from London and there is the well serviced train from London to Diss. On this old coaching route and nearby to the property, you will discover the bustling, market town of Harleston with many historical buildings and a wealth of shops and restaurants.

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FROM: £461.00

The Old Antique Shop is now a tasteful and contemporary property accommodating up to four guests on a single level with both bedrooms benefiting from their own shower room.

Converted from an antique shop and situated on the famous Roman road (The Fosse Way) which traverses the Cotswolds, this property has access to all that Stow-on-the-Wold has to offer just minutes from the front door as well as a wide choice of walking routes.

This Cotswold hot-spot has a wealth of coffee shops, tea rooms and great pubs and restaurants as well as independent traders including a traditional butchers as well as specialist cheese, wine and chocolate shops, all of which can be easily explored on foot from your holiday base at The Old Antique Shop.

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • Bedroom with king-sze bed and en-suite shower room.
  • Bedroom with double bed and en-suite shower room.
  • Light and airy open-plan living space.
  • WiFi.
  • On-street parking outside the property (see Notes).
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • One small dog well-behaved welcome (small additional charge).
  • Minimum two night stay.

Additional features

  • Oven and hob.
  • Fridge/freezer.
  • Microwave.
  • Dishwasher.
  • Washer/dryer.
  • Large flatscreen television with Freeview.
  • Travel cot and high chair available on request.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Within a short drive from the property you can explore the picturesque towns and villages of Bourton-on-the-Water, The Slaughters, Chipping Campden, Broadway and Burford. Sophisticated Cheltenham and Roman Cirencester are just a little further afield.
  • Historic house and garden enthusiasts will also delight in nearby Chastleton House and Sezincote House & Gardens.
  • The family attractions on offer at Bourton-on-the-Water are guaranteed to keep little ones entertained including Birdland Park & Gardens and the Model Village and Railway to name just a few.
  • Slightly further away but reached in under half an hour the Cotswold Wildlife Park is an excellent day out for the whole family.
  • Indulge yourself in a spa day at the nearby Bamford Haybarn Spa at Daylesford.
  • Batsford Arboretum is worth a visit , particularly to see the autumn colours, but year round provides budding gardeners with inspiration and there’s archery and a falconry centre too.

For additional inspiration on what to do within the area, please click here.

FROM: £455.00

Catharine Place is spacious, second floor apartment providing accommodation for up to four guests in classical Georgian Bath. The property is in a quiet square overlooking a central garden bordered by iron railings.

Situated between the Royal Crescent and the Circus, it is a short walk to the centre of Bath.

A city renowned for great hospitality, the streets are littered with wonderful award-winning restaurants, quaint tearooms and welcoming, cosy pubs. Theatres in Bath offer a wide selection of performances and cater for all tastes. The main one being The Theatre Royal, offering a year round programme.

Discover Bath's fabulous selection of stylish boutiques alongside the familiar big name stores. The city centre is compact and easily walkable with grand Georgian streets and small picturesque passageways.

Visit the heart of the World Heritage Site – Britain's hot spring built by the Romans with its magnificent temple and bathing complex that still flows with natural hot water. The extensive ruins and treasures are beautifully preserved and well worth a visit.

This holiday cottage at a glance

  • Sleeps up to four guests in comfortable accommodation.
  • Two double bedrooms.
  • One bathroom with shower over bath.
  • There is secure garage parking for one small/medium vehicle, a five minute walk away.
  • 2nd floor apartment. (Reached via stairs from a communal entrance hall).
  • A short walk to the very centre of town.
  • Sorry, no pets.
  • Minimum of a two night stay.

Additional Features

  • Set in a quiet square, overlooking a central garden.
  • A stroll away from the Royal Crescent.
  • Wifi
  • Within walking distance of the wonderful, rooftop Thermae Bath Spa.
  • Perfect location for a historic city break.
  • Free roadside parking can be found around Royal Victoria Park, 200 yards away.
  • Microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher.
  • TV, DVD player, CD player.
  • Travel cot and high chair available on request.

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Mainline railway station to London, taking approximately 90 minutes.
  • There are many beautiful parks where you can enjoy a leisurely stroll and picnic.
  • The Roman Baths – www.romanbaths.co.uk
  • A variety of productions can be seen at the Theatre Royal.
  • Jane Austen Centre – www.janeausten.co.uk
  • Relax and indulge at the Thermae Bath Spa (open air rooftop swimming and steam rooms).
  • For breakfast or lunch try a highly recommended sweet or savoury bun at Sally Lunn's Teashop, one of the oldest buildings in Bath.
  • Bath Abbey.

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FROM: £352.40

Jane's Cottage is a perfect romantic bolthole in any time of year.Jane’s Cottage is a traditional 200-year-old flint faced cottage situated in a quiet loke just off Blakeney quayside.

The cottage has been beautifully restored to a very high standard with quality furnishings and fittings and a wood burning stove provides cosy nights by the fire.

The popular quayside is less than a minute's walk, as are several lovely places to eat.

FROM: £402.00

Kingston Barn 3 forms part of an intriguing luxury barn conversion situated on the edge of the peaceful village of Kingston just 9 miles from the historic City of Cambridge. Tastefully decorated and furnished with contemporary style throughout, the barn effortlessly accommodates four adults. There is underfloor heating throughout, with the added benefit of a downstairs wet room and boot room, which is perfect for four legged friends. A fully fitted kitchen, complete with all appliances, blends seamlessly into the dining and living area.

With vast sliding doors lead directly onto the spacious orangery which is shared with Barns 1, 2 & 4 and onto the outdoor entertaining area which opens out beyond. You can light the fire pit, sit and relax on the garden furniture and watch amazing sunsets. If you prefer to be active then there are a selection of outdoor games for you to choose from including Boule, Kubb, Petanque and badminton equipment or wander around the landscaped gardens and well-stocked herb and soft fruit garden.

Kingston is a small village surrounded by open countryside a few miles south west of Cambridge. The village has a church and village hall: the closest shop is 1 ½ miles away in Toft. Within two miles is the Bourn Golf Glub and Leisure Centre and the village of Bourn with a small shop and a butchers. The Stove farm café offers a wide range of light breakfasts, lunches and freshly baked cakes. Also in Bourn is the Willow Tree pub and Lalbagh Indian restaurant. Kingston Barns is situated within easy reach of most of most of the major routes through Cambridgeshire. There is a daily bus service from Kingston to Cambridge and the nearest train station is in the village of Shepreth, with trains to Cambridge and London.

Also available to book at this location are Kingston Barn 1 (sleeping four guests), Kingston Barn 2 (sleeping four guests) and Kingston Barn 4 (sleeping four guests). Individual barns are only available to book between Monday and Thursday outside of peak season.

If you are looking for a special place for celebrations or family events the whole barn is available to book as Kingston Barns (sleeping 16 guests).

This holiday at a glance

  • Sleeps four guests.
  • Two double bedrooms with king size beds (one of which can be configured as 2’6 twin beds).
  • Two en suites with wet room showers.
  • Ground floor shower room.
  • Landscaped gardens with plentiful seating areas.
  • WiFi.
  • Parking.
  • Children and infants welcome.
  • Two well behaved dogs welcome (small additional charge)
  • This barn is only available to book Monday to Thursday during certain times of the year.
  • Minimum two night stay, maximum four night stay.

Additional features

  • Oven, induction hob, microwave.
  • Dishwasher, fridge freezer.
  • 48” flat screen television.
  • Travel Cot (small additional charge applies) and high chair available on request (no stairgate due to design of stairs).
  • Access to a shared orangery, the length of the ground floor.
  • Access to a shared laundry room with washing machine and tumble dryer.
  • Garden furniture.
  • African inspired fire pit.**
  • Petanque court with Badminton equipment.**
  • Boule, Kubb and bicycles.**

Attractions and nearby amenities

  • Beauty and Relaxation Treatments available, please enquire regarding preferential guest pricing http://victoriawatsonbeauty.co.uk
  • Visiting the city of Cambridge is a must, where there is an abundance of tourist attractions to keep the most discerning of travellers interested! The universities, museums, theatres, restaurants, nightlife, punting, excellent shopping and inspiring architecture offer a wealth of culture.
  • Numerous golf courses are in easy reach, including Bourn Golf Club that also has leisure facilities under a mile away.
  • A number of National Trust properties are located close by including Wimpole Hall, Anglesey Abbey and Houghton Mill.
  • For wine lovers a visit to Chilford Hall vineyard which is set within 18 acres of rural countryside and a consistent producer of award winning wines.
  • Enjoy a family day out at Linton Zoo which is a forty minute drive or closer by is Shepreth Wildlife Park. Wicken Fen nature reserve is home to over 9000 species and is approximately half an hours drive.
  • Spend a day at Newmarket racecourse, which is a 40 minute journey by car. It also plays host to a ranges of music events and family fun days throughout the year.
  • Duxford Imperial Air Museum is well worth a visit where you can stand in awe of the world’s famous aircraft, get close to Concorde, and second world war classics such as the Spitfire.
  • The Orchard Tea Garden overlooking the idyllic water meadows in Grantchester make for a lovely afternoon when the sun is shining,
  • See the latest updates and reviews at Kingston Barns here.

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** Please note this equipment is shared between the four barns.