In the heart of the Cotwsolds, this snug, period cottage and courtyard garden is perfect for couples.
A converted former officer’s quarters sitting on the impressive St Anthony’s Head.
A traditional Cornish village stay alongside a winding river that winds down to the harbour.
A sophisticated barn conversion with a timber-frame ceiling and views over Carminowe Creek.
A little bolt-hole on the tip of the Roseland peninsula with a military past and miles of sea views.
A very photogenic stay with postcard-perfect window views in the village of Boscastle.
An open fire and low-beamed ceilings mean this getaway is packed with Cotswold charm.
A charming, rustic conversion, this holiday cottage has wonky beams and countryside views.
A courtyard cottage on the Crom estate, finished with a homely interior and open fire.
A cottage just metres from a winding tidal creek, nestling among its densely-wooded banks.
A Crom estate courtyard cottage set close to the shores of the Lough Erne.
A Victorian lodge set within a secluded woodland on the Arlington estate.
A traditional stone cottage just a few metres from the shores of the Helford Estuary.
This courtyard cottage sits on the Crom estate, with the Lough Erne just a short walk away.
One in a row of converted farm buildings nestling by the Lough Erne on the Crom estate.
A converted 15th century cottage near an orchard with mullioned windows overlooking the Cotehele estate.
A neo-classic style lodge with a homely interior, set on the Trelissick estate.
On a working flour milling site, this two bedroom cottage has bags of period charm.
Countryside views all around from this apartment on the second floor of a 17th century mansion.
A former stone barn nestled in the Cornish countryside.