A converted former officer’s quarters sitting on the impressive St Anthony’s Head.
A beautifully preserved apartment, packed full of original Tudor features on the Cotehele estate.
A cosy cottage with traditional interiors close to Oxford but in a peaceful setting with walks all around.
A holiday cottage with a history, this cosy retreat is tucked into the valley on the Cotehele estate.
Part of a Grade II listed manor, this stay is perfect for a couple after a rustic country retreat.
A stay like no other, The Water Tower’s interior is just as intriguing as its exterior…
Once home to the Coastguards, now a beachside apartment with facilities for disabled visitors.
A tiny but well-equipped cottage nestling in a large country estate, above the Helford River.
On the Tyntesfield estate, this former hunting lodge has an octagonal summerhouse and farmland views.
A Crom estate courtyard cottage set close to the shores of the Lough Erne.
A converted 15th century cottage near an orchard with mullioned windows overlooking the Cotehele estate.
One in a row of converted farm buildings nestling by the Lough Erne on the Crom estate.
On a working flour milling site, this two bedroom cottage has bags of period charm.
A former Victorian gate lodge to the Trelissick estate encompassed by countryside walks.
A former stone barn nestled in the Cornish countryside.
Stay in the grounds of the Lytes Cary estate in this pretty Victorian cottage.
Full of history and charm, this little cottage has a traditional stone exterior and exposed beams inside.
A fine example of a traditional cob cottage, set on a winding creek off the Helford River.
A handsome, semi-detached, dog-friendly, and characterful slate-hung farmhouse, with sweeping coastal views towards the Dodman Point and beyond.
In the farmyard at Castle Ward, this dog-friendly stone cottage has white-washed stone walls.