A little cottage packed with original features and distant views out to sea.
A converted former officer’s quarters sitting on the impressive St Anthony’s Head.
A cosy cottage next to a converted farmhouse near the pretty, shingly beach of Lantic Bay.
A quiet retreat, away from the hustle and bustle of nearby Cadgwith Cove village and beach.
A tiny but well-equipped cottage nestling in a large country estate, above the Helford River.
A courtyard cottage on the Crom estate, finished with a homely interior and open fire.
One in a row of converted farm buildings nestling by the Lough Erne on the Crom estate.
This courtyard cottage sits on the Crom estate, with the Lough Erne just a short walk away.
On a working flour milling site, this two bedroom cottage has bags of period charm.
A two-bedroom cottage in the heart of the bustling fishing village, Boscastle.
With a sea-view garden and a cosy interior, this converted barn makes for a relaxing stay.
A converted farm building on the Crom estate, one of Ireland's best conservation sites.
A converted barn with sea views and a pretty garden, close to the Dodman point.
A former officer’s quarters with sweeping views across the sea
This 18th-century apartment sits in the laundry yard in the south wing of Florence Court.
A stone and slate cottage with the kitchen and sitting room on the first floor, maximising the farmland views.
This large 1920’s villa-style cottage sits on the edge of the Lanhydrock estate with footpaths and cycle paths all around.
On the edges of Exmoor, this detached former farmhouse makes for a great countryside getaway.
A short walk from golden, sandy beaches, this Pembrokeshire farmhouse is packed full of coastal charm.
A cosy cottage just yards from the sea on the Llyn Peninsula