A quirky three-storey cottage in one of Cornwall’s most iconic villages, Port Isaac.
An open fire and low-beamed ceilings mean this getaway is packed with Cotswold charm.
With its pretty cottage styling and garden, Granny’s is a great base for exploring the Dodman.
A charming, rustic conversion, this holiday cottage has wonky beams and countryside views.
A snug one-bedroom English country cottage in the village of Selworthy with views over Exmoor.
A one-bedroom shepherd’s hut sitting in a secluded valley close to Portcothan beach.
A cosy cottage with traditional interiors close to Oxford but in a peaceful setting with walks all around.
A timber-built thatched cottage nestling amongst the trees with views over the Helford River.
Sea views over Lundy Bay and Pentire Head from this ground floor apartment set away from the crowds.
A historic stone pilchard cellar with sea views over the beach and inlet.
An open-plan apartment on the east side of Felbrigg Hall with high ceilings and sweeping parkland views.
Hidden away in a secluded woodland is this cob cottage for two.
A traditional Cornish village stay alongside a winding river that winds down to the harbour.
A holiday cottage with a history, this cosy retreat is tucked into the valley on the Cotehele estate.
A cosy cottage next to a converted farmhouse near the pretty, shingly beach of Lantic Bay.
This apartment on the first floor of the Grade I listed Acorn Bank has stunning countryside views.
This former farm worker’s cottage near Pencarrow Head has miles of countryside views.
A simple lodge by the salt marshes and on the edge of Blakeney National Nature Reserve.
One of the apartments in Doyden House, with the South West Coast Path just outside the door.
An intriguing three-storey abode, built into the walls of a small Devonshire castle.