Sleeps 6. Featuring its own private mooring, this attractive holiday property enjoys a delightful waterside setting on the banks of the River Bure. Inside there is a games room with pool table, whilst the river offers some of the best fishing in the area. Cottage Code: 29039.
Sleeps 6. Retaining many original features, this picturesque, Grade II listed lodge enjoys lovely open views across a lake to Hemingford Park Hall. Beautifully finished, it boasts many original paintings on the inside, outside, relax in tree hung hammock. Cottage Code: UKC517.
Sleeps 6. Dominated by its ruined castle, the village of Corfe Castle is constructed from the distinctive local grey Purbeck limestone. Connected to this, the Old Guildhall is thought to be the historic meeting place of the ancient order of stone cutters. Cottage Code: DCCU.
Sleeps 6. On lands gifted to the family by Robert the Bruce, the Neilsons had this fairytale Scottish castle built in the late 16th century. Retaining a host of original features on the inside, enjoy extensive views from the castellated sentry walks. Cottage Code: UKC1216.
Sleeps 6. Occupying the ground floor of the former lifeboat house, this well appointed and stylish apartment offers the ideal location to enjoy sunsets over the sea. Set on the Suffolk Heritage Coast, Kessingland is a traditional seaside village. Cottage Code: E5358.
Sleeps 5. Just a stroll from the heart of Victorian Ambleside, Tower House is set within the front section of a listed church, complete with church tower. With its Gothic style windows, the cottage carefully blends modern luxuries with period features. Cottage Code: UK1064.
Sleeps 4. Set in the heart of Ironbridge Gorge, birthplace of the Industrial Revolution, this former toll house offers the ideal base from which to explore this world famous Heritage Site. No less than 7 museums reveal the fascinating history of the site. Cottage Code: 30125.