You’ll find this little bolthole adjoining Llanborth Farmhouse on the Ceredigion coastline in West Wales, 400metres up from one of the area’s best kept secrets - Penbryn beach.
Next to a working farm this former farmhouse has stunning sea views and a modern interior.
At the entrance to the Hanbury estate, this handsome lodge has miles of walking trails on the doorstep.
A cosy cottage just metres from a winding Cornish tidal creek surrounded by woods.
Close to Cromer beach, this quirky cottage is ideal for those after a coastal retreat.
A beautifully preserved apartment, packed full of original Tudor features on the Cotehele estate.
A cosy and simple first floor escape above a farmhouse, in the stunning setting of the Snowdonia mountain range, perfect for walkers.
This apartment on the first floor of the Grade I listed Acorn Bank has stunning countryside views.
In a corner of the Yorkshire Dales this secluded, single-storey cottage is perfect for wildlife lovers.
A little bolt-hole on the tip of the Roseland peninsula with a military past and miles of sea views.
Half a mile away from Lindisfarne Castle, this simple little hideaway is perfect for seal watching.
A bird watcher’s haven, this first floor apartment overlooks Dunwich Heath nature reserve.
Once home to the Coastguards, now a beachside apartment with facilities for disabled visitors.
A little fortress at the edge of the cliffs on the Port Quin headland, with sea views all around.
A newly-converted, dog-friendly gate house on the edge of the Shugborough Estate, with walks from the door.
Hidden away in a secluded woodland is this cob cottage for two.
In the heart of Snowdonia, this cosy wooden cottage is the perfect retreat for walkers.
High on the slopes of the secluded Cot Valley, this old miner’s cottage is full of character.
A cliff-top cabin with a whole lot of history, just metres from the coastal path.
On the edge of a beech woodland, this former storage barn on the Ebworth estate is full of character.