Stay somewhere extraordinary
Book a holiday with us and you’re guaranteed somewhere that’s special inside and out. You could find yourself in a romantic fairy-tale cottage in the woods, waking up in a nature reserve to the sound of birdsong, or playing hide-and-seek with the kids in your own country manor. With hundreds of cottages, bunkhouses, bothies and campsites to choose from, find the perfect one for you.
Wherever you stay with us, you can enjoy an unforgettable getaway. From turreted towers and lighthouses, to listed lodges and country mansions, we have unique holiday accommodation across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
Whatever you love to do on your holiday, you’ll find endless inspiration on the doorstep. And with many of our cottages tucked away on National Trust estates, you can explore gardens and grounds before doors open and after visitors have gone home.
What’s more, every time you holiday with us, you help us to look after the place you’re staying in and contribute to the restoration of other special places too.
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Home to the former lighthouse keeper and his family, this cottage is ideal for small families, boasting stunning sea views and an enclosed garden.
Stay a little longer deep in the woodlands of the Ickworth Estate. This fable-like cottage was originally a shooting lodge and then a gamekeeper's cottage.
Formerly this cottage housed officers of the original Coastguard Service to prevent smuggling. It’s now been restored into a homely cottage that retains its 18th-century character.
Ideally located for adventurers keen to explore the Lake District, Great Langdale campsite is a dramatic spot to enjoy the outdoors.
Hartwell House is a Grade I listed historic hotel. Stroll through the beautiful gardens, indulge in a spa treatment or enjoy afternoon tea.
This holiday cottage offers exclusive access to a medieval manor house. Only open to the public 4 times a year, stay at Shute Barton and enjoy the whole manor to yourself.
Off the beaten track, Trees is the perfect place to explore the night sky, before retreating inside to cosy up in front of the log-burner.