At the entrance to the Hanbury estate, this handsome lodge has miles of walking trails on the doorstep.
A cosy cottage with traditional interiors close to Oxford but in a peaceful setting with walks all around.
Nestled on the edge of the Shugborough Estate, this pretty, newly-converted neo-classical gate house is a brilliant bolthole for countryside-loving couples.
Once home to the Coastguards, now a beachside apartment with facilities for disabled visitors.
This apartment on the first floor of the Grade I listed Acorn Bank has stunning countryside views.
A one-bedroom shepherd’s hut sitting in a secluded valley close to Portcothan beach.
Hidden away in a secluded woodland is this cob cottage for two.
Sea views over Lundy Bay and Pentire Head from this ground floor apartment set away from the crowds.
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.
A historic stone pilchard cellar with sea views over the beach and inlet.
With its pretty cottage styling and garden, Granny’s is a great base for exploring the Dodman.
High on the slopes of the secluded Cot Valley, this old miner’s cottage is full of character.
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.
A traditional Back to Back house with 1930s style décor and a sitting room overlooking the city.
A holiday cottage with a history, this cosy retreat is tucked into the valley on the Cotehele estate.
With Victorian-styled interiors, this historical holiday let is right next to the Hippodrome, perfect for a one night stay or longer.
A beautifully preserved apartment, packed full of original Tudor features on the Cotehele estate.
In the tiny village of Morthoe, this cosy cottage has Woolacombe bay just round the corner.