William De Percy Jedburgh Road, Otterburn, Northumberland. NE19 1NR.
This French inspired gastropub and boutique hotel takes its name from the 11th century Norman noble, William de Percy. Originally a 17th century coaching inn, accommodation now comprises eight individually designed, boutique bedrooms, some with irresistible charms like four-poster beds.
Sleeps 8. This wonderfully converted chapel stands close to the former smuggling village of Lerryn. Set on the banks of a tidal river, guests can enjoy kayaking trips down to the nearby historic port of Fowey. Cottage Code: W43503.
Sleeps 8. This former Methodist chapel has been carefully converted to retain many original features, including the stained glass windows. Set in the very heart of Cornwall, it offers spacious, contemporary holiday accommodation. Cottage Code: UKC1888.
Sleeps 6. With its vaulted ceilings and stained glass windows, this beautifully restored 19th century church offers guests a unique and luxurious country retreat. Blessed with historic charm, it was originally commissioned by the Earl of Portsmouth and is situated in the quiet little hamlet of Hollocombe. Cottage Code: UKC1328.
Sleeps 8. Just a short drive from the fine sandy beach at Mothecombe, this elegant, stone-built former chapel now provides comfortable family accommodation in the heart of the small sleepy village of Holbeton. The fabulous arched windows ensure a light and airy feel to this unique property. Cottage Code: E3838.
Sleeps 6. With panoramic views of the surrounding countryside from the roof top cottage garden, this former water storage tank has been expertly converted to offer truly unique and luxurious holiday accommodation. The conservation village of Wensley lies just 3 miles from Matlock. Cottage Code: UK4076.
Sleeps 11. Dating from the 1400s, this charming old manor house features a beamed great hall and its very own chapel. Just a stroll away from the beach, most of the character bedrooms benefit from en-suite facilities. Cottage Code: UKC927.