A stable door and a woodburning stove make this pretty cottage perfect for a Cotswold country break.
Sitting on St Anthony Head, this former officer’s quarters is now a coastal retreat.
A very photogenic stay with postcard-perfect window views in the village of Boscastle.
A stay like no other, The Water Tower’s interior is just as intriguing as its exterior…
In the tiny hamlet of Gwendra, Dairy Cottage offers open plan living and a short walk to the beach.
A little cottage packed with original features and distant views out to sea.
A charming cottage with traditional stone exterior on the Roseland peninsula.
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 traditional Back to Back house with 1930s style décor and a sitting room overlooking the city.
A converted former officer’s quarters sitting on the impressive St Anthony’s Head.
With Victorian-styled interiors, this historical holiday let is right next to the Hippodrome, perfect for a one night stay or longer.
Stay in a traditional 19th-century Norfolk cottage, nestled in the grounds of Oxburgh Hall.
An intriguing three-storey abode, built into the walls of a small Devonshire castle.
A getaway for two in the gardens of Coleton Fishacre on the South Devon coast.
A traditional Devonian cottage alongside the meandering River Yeo with an intriguing name…
This former farm worker’s cottage near Pencarrow Head has miles of countryside views.
In the heart of the Cotswolds, this snug, period cottage and courtyard garden is perfect for couples.
Close to Cromer beach, this quirky cottage is ideal for those after a coastal retreat.
A little bolt-hole on the tip of the Roseland peninsula with a military past and miles of sea views.