A stable door and a woodburning stove make this pretty cottage perfect for a Cotswold country break.
A quiet retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Cadgwith Cove village and beach.
A simple lodge by the salt marshes and on the edge of Blakeney National Nature Reserve.
An intriguing three-storey abode, built into the walls of a small Devonshire castle.
A little cottage packed with original features and distant views out to sea.
In the tiny hamlet of Gwendra, Gwendra Dairy Cottage
offers open plan living and a short walk to the beach.
In the tiny village of Morthoe, this cosy cottage has Woolacombe bay just round the corner.
A quaint gate lodge at the entrance to Agatha Christie’s much loved holiday home.
Set in the city of York, this characterful and quirky medieval cottage has views of York Minster.
Nestled on the edge of the Shugborough Estate, this pretty, newly-converted neo-classical gate house is a brilliant bolthole for countryside-loving couples.
A little bolt-hole on the tip of the Roseland peninsula with a military past and miles of sea views.
A converted former officer’s quarters sitting on the impressive St Anthony’s Head.
A gorgeous traditional thatched cottage on the Gunby estate with walks all around.
Sitting on St Anthony Head, this former officer’s quarters is now a coastal retreat.
A very photogenic stay with postcard-perfect window views in the village of Boscastle.
In the heart of the Cotswolds, this snug, period cottage and courtyard garden is perfect for couples.
This rustic cottage is tucked away in the western corner of Exmoor – wonderfully placed for exploring everything from the rugged wilderness to the sweeping coastline.
A quirky three-storey cottage in one of Cornwall’s most iconic villages, Port Isaac.
A courtyard cottage on the Crom estate, finished with a homely interior and open fire.
An open fire and low-beamed ceilings mean this getaway is packed with Cotswold charm.