Badgers Cottage is a fantastic option for a vacation with friends or a staycation with the family. This chic vacation rental is perfectly positioned for touring the North Yorkshire coast, coming up from Saltburn-by-the-Sea in just five minutes via car in the tiny village of Brotton. With stunning interior design throughout, Badgers Cottage offers complete access to its contemporary kitchen, living and dining area, three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and large yard.

Imagine spending your vacation not far from Mawgan Porth in a gorgeously restored barn tucked away in the Cornish countryside.

With expansive grounds and a private hot tub, this charming house provides the ideal combination of modern comfort and rustic charm, making it the ideal retreat for up to six people.

Ardchoile is a Victorian three level house in the prime location to explore lots of Scottish areas such as Aviemore, Skye, Inverness, Fort William, Oban and Loch Ness. There are four bedrooms, two living rooms including a log burner and dining area. There is a fully equipped kitchen, boot room, utility room darts board and junior pool table. Outside in the garden there is a private hot tub.
Short term let license number HI – 70139 – F
EPC rating F

Swan Lodge is one of just 2 luxury holiday lodges at Hawthorn Hideaway. The Lodges are perfect for holidays, special breaks, minimoons or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or event.

The accommodation at Hawthorn Hideaway comprises of with 2 uniquely styled lodges and 1 special Narrowboat for hire. Adults only, the accommodation is a quirky, romantic getaway set in 2 acres of woodland, adjacent to the green flag awarded, Chesterfield Canal, Nottinghamshire.

Swan Lodge has a large raised decking area and its own covered hot tub. Step inside and there is a super king gilt scrollwork bed, with an extra deep mattress and luxury bedding. Relax on the cream leather Chesterfield sofa while watching the flames of the wood burning stove. A large walk in shower, quality eco toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and towels are provided. A kitchen area has a microwave, dishwasher, cooker and fridge ice box. An outdoor garden space with a large rotating day bed and fire bowl BBQ set is provided. Onsite there is also a wood burning sauna, steam cabin for 2 and an indoor BBQ cabin.

Why not book The Private Fine Dining Experience For 2 in beautiful yurt, 6 tasty menu’s to choose from or want a particular meal? Then out chef will try their best to provide this for.

Owl Lodge is one of just 2 luxury holiday lodges at Hawthorn Hideaway. The Lodges are perfect for couples celebrating a special occasion such as a birthday, anniversary or minimoon or for just a chance to getaway for a few days or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or intimate event.

The accommodation at Hawthorn Hideaway comprises of with 2 uniquely styled lodges and 1 special Narrowboat for hire. Adults only. The accommodation is a quirky, romantic getaway set in 2 acres of woodland, adjacent to the green flag awarded, Chesterfield Canal, Nottinghamshire.

Owl Lodge has a large raised decking area and its own hot tub. Inside there is a king size carved mahogany bed, with an extra deep mattress and luxury bedding. Relax on the red leather chesterfield sofa and enjoy the wood burning stove in the living area of this open plan space. A large walk in shower, quality eco toiletries, fluffy bathrobes and towels are provided. A kitchen area has a dishwasher, cooker and fridge with ice box. There is an outdoor garden space with a large wooden day bed and fire bowl BBQ set. Onsite there is also a wood burning sauna, steam room and indoor BBQ cabin, all included in the price of your stay. There is also The Yurt available for massage treatments or a Private Dining Experience (extra charge).

Enjoy a unique retreat when staying in this luxury narrowboat. The facilities are superb and include: private hot tub, garden area with fire bowl, sauna with a view, steam cabin for 2, BBQ cabin and massage treatments. Tick driving this beautiful boat down the canal off your bucket list.

Kingfisher is one of the unique types of accommodation available at Hawthorn Hideaway. The narrowboat is perfect for holidays, special breaks, minimoons or as the venue to celebrate a special occasion or event.

The accommodation at Hawthorn Hideaway comprises of 2 uniquely styled lodges and 1 special Narrowboat for hire. Adults only, the accommodation is a quirky, romantic getaway set in 2 acres of woodland, adjacent to the green flag awarded, Chesterfield Canal, Nottinghamshire.

Why not book The Private Fine Dining Experience For 2 in beautiful yurt, 6 tasty menu’s to choose from or want a particular meal? Then out chef will try their best to provide this for.

This magical sub tropical oasis is just a stones throw from Porthgwidden Beach, in the heart of St Ives. This luxurious abode features breathtaking sea views, a hot tub and a large enclosed outside area. With ample parking for three cars and accepting your four legged best friend, this hidden gem is the obvious choice for your Cornish Escape.

The narrow cobbled streets lead you through the old fisherman’s town of St Ives, where you can explore the town’s famous galleries, restaurants and independent shops.

Kincraig House is hard to beat in terms of its size, grandeur and elegance. Sleeping up to 18 guests and located on the Dunachton Estate in the Scottish Highlands, this extensively refurbished home is pet-friendly, offers a large luxury hot tub, on-site parking and private gardens.

Boasting original features and family heirlooms cleverly mixed with cool, modern luxury, Kincraig House has eight bedrooms, four reception rooms and three kitchens. An array of activities can be found for all ages both on and around the estate.

This series of gorgeous and unique barn conversions are located in the heart of Cambridgeshire and overlook the stunning countryside. There are six barns, each with their own name and style ranging from one to two bedrooms. All barns are finished to a high standard and three have access to a glamorous wood burning hot tubs. These eco-conscience barns are situated on lots of land that have a BBQ area and access to Spa Treatments.

This complex is the ideal place to bring your extended family and friends for a getaway you won’t forget.

These beautiful barns can also be booked individually during the week for smaller groups.

Merlin House sleeps up to eight people over three floors and is dog-friendly. This gorgeous property is an ideal west-facing lakeside location and has a large enclosed deck.

There is an EV charger and a large gas BBQ, perfect to entertain outside!

There is also free access to the on-site spa which includes an indoor and outside swimming pool, steam room, outdoor plunge eco pool, sauna, fully equipped gym and treatment rooms with lots of massages and beauty sessions available.

At Lower Mill Estate you also benefit from two tennis courts, two children’s play areas and the beautiful 450 acre private nature reserve.

Scale House is an imposing, lovingly restored, Grade II listed country home dating back to the late fifteen hundreds, which retains many of its original period features whilst boasting an eco-friendly biomass heating system, all set in private woodland and nestled within the Yorkshire Dales National Park, located in Rylstone, just a few minutes by car in either direction of Skipton and Grassington. Sleeping twenty guests over three floors with nine bedrooms and boasting outstanding features and breath-taking views, this property is ideal for a large gathering of family or friends to celebrate a special occasion or enjoy some quality time in total comfort in the heart of the Yorkshire countryside. Make your way through the entrance gates; you’ll feel like royalty as you venture along the private drive to this grand property, where outside the main house, you will find ample parking for ten cars. The courtyard area has a separate gym/yoga room with a selection of gym equipment, and a fabulous sauna all provided to create the perfect environment to stay healthy and enjoy the ultimate relaxing holiday! Once parked, enter a stunning entrance hall, showcasing the original hand-carved staircases, a glistening crystal chandelier with a large stained-glass window and ornate plaster work throughout. The ground floor is home to an array of sitting areas, providing you and your family ample socialising spots; one of the sitting areas is an excellent spot with a toasty open fire and leather seating, ready to be cosied up on in front of the TV; the other room is a very impressive space with three plush sofas, an open fire and gorgeous décor with views over the lawns. For more intimate spaces to relax, there are two additional snugs, one featuring a selection of books and board games for those quieter moments, and the other hosts an open fire, TV and seating for you to unwind. Enjoy a movie night in the spacious second-floor cinema room, before taking part in a competitive game of darts next door. Head back downstairs to the well-equipped kitchen/diner, fitted with a fantastic AGA range, double electric oven and halogen hob and more for you to take advantage of whilst you rustle up your favourite dishes; the kitchen is also served by a dining table with lovely window seating and a breakfast bar; a welcome pack will be waiting for you with some of Yorkshire’s finest locally sourced produce and a helpful guest information book. Progress through to the magnificent dining room with its high vaulted beamed ceiling and a wonderful feature woodburning stove providing extra ambiance and a dining suite that seats the whole group for you to enjoy a feast as you catch up on the days events and chat about the fabulous things you’ve seen and done. Additionally, on this floor you will find a utility room that is served by two washing machines and a separate tumble dryer along with a large American fridge-freezer for your convenience. In the evening, head off to sleep in one of nine bespoke and luxuriously appointed bedrooms named after some of the local village areas, all of which have fabulous eight hundred thread-count luxury bed linen, the principle bedroom being a magnificent king-size suite Masham, with a glorious four-poster bed, superbly appointed dressing room and accompanying bath suite and shower room with a private balcony where you can enjoy the tranquillity and scenic views over the woodlands. Situated nearby along the main hall is the Hetton, a wonderfully proportioned bedroom with an open fire and en-suite shower room and views over the gardens, and further along you will find the Rylstone, another king-size bedroom complete with an en-suite. Progress through the first floor to find a spacious family room Burnsall, hosting four single beds that are perfect for the little ones. The gardens are a particularly beautiful and restful feature of Scale House, so take the time to stroll around the grounds and leave the kids to play on the extensive lush lawns that back on to private woodlands; When it’s time to unwind and relax further, perhaps a soak in the marvelous hot tub before or after dinner. The nearby town of Skipton hosts all local amenities, alongside a wealth of attractions, why not tour the glorious historical Skipton Castle, play a round of golf at the challenging Skipton Golf Course, or learn about Skipton’s history in the Craven Museum & Gallery. Head towards the village of Embsay and board the Embsay and Bolton Abbey Steam Railway to run through the rural scenery and end up at the fantastic Bolton Abbey, take the kids to Hesketh Farm Park and view the variety of farm animals, before enjoying traditional dishes at the Elm Tree Inn. A highlight of the property is that you will be staying within the boundary of the Yorkshire Dales National Park, very popular with cyclists and those with an outdoor interest where you can enjoy a trek along the Pennine Way Trail, explore the caves of Ingleborough and White Scar, or experience the mystical Hull Pot Waterfall. The Duke of Devonshire’s estate, Bolton Abbey is on your doorstep and a short drive will take you to Haworth, home to the Bronte sisters, the amazing independent, quirky town of Hebden Bridge, the spa towns of Harrogate and Ilkley which are home to the famous Betty’s Tea Rooms, well worth a visit for those who love traditional elegance and superb afternoon tea! With the nearby Nidderdale, Forest of Bowland and Malham’s areas of outstanding natural beauty, you will never be short of things to do in this fantastic location. For a delightful break in North Yorkshire, you can be Lord or Lady of the Manor in the breath-taking, but homely, Scale House.

Fernhill Castle is one of Yorkshire’s finest and most important houses. Dating back to the fourteenth century, it nestles in its own fifteen-acre estate on the outskirts of Skipton, the gateway to the Yorkshire Dales. The grade one listed fortified mansion was built by Edward De Fernhill to protect nearby Bolton Abbey from starving marauders who, having been defeated at the famous battle of Bannockburn, had travelled from Scotland to find food in the form of the cattle which grazed the Bolton estate. He was gifted the title Lord of the Manor for his loyalty. Throughout the centuries the house was beautified firstly in the seventeenth century and later in the twentieth, when master craftsman Robert ‘Mouseman’ Thompson of Kilburn created a rare and impressive panelled drawing room, with eight hidden carved mice, also on three of the four open fire places. It is considered one of his most important works in a private home. Fernhill has been carefully restored so you fully enjoy the Lord and Lady of the Manor experience. It has eight individually designed bedrooms in the main house, seven unique bathrooms and one separate WCs. In the separate annexe named The Coach House, there are two bedrooms, a shared bathroom and WC. All with bespoke toiletries and a house fragrance designed specifically for the castle. The carefully chosen bedroom furniture includes mattresses and duvets made from the finest Yorkshire wool and bedding woven from pure natural linen. Our welcome pack is brimming with the county’s finest produce. The kitchen boasts all modern equipment, including an AGA and separate oven. But for a truly relaxing experience we also offer a wide range of catered options from simple hors d’oeuvres and grazing platters, Yorkshire picnics, to five course fine dining experiences – all of which will be enjoyed in the magnificent 17th century dining room with a huge open fire and banqueting table seating twenty. Find your favourite spot in the castle, be it the cosy panelled snug, the formal sitting room with its gothic shutters and marble fireplace, or the fourteenth century hall with magnificent medieval arched windows. Or perhaps take a book and play traditional games in the ‘Mouseman’ Drawing room. All offering far reaching views of Yorkshire’s rolling hills and dales. Maybe unwind with your favourite tipple, which can be ordered ahead of your stay from our sommelier’s hand- picked list of fine wines, award winning Yorkshire spirits and ales. View the ancient turrets and try to discover the whereabouts of the secret priest holes said to have led occupants underground to the safety of Kildwick Church. Continue outside with a stroll in the sunken gardens or woods. Visit the wildlife and formal ponds. Walk around the walled kitchen garden or enjoy a barge trip along the Leeds Liverpool canal which borders the estate, which we are happy to arrange. Maybe play a game of chess on the original outdoor chess board or enjoy a massage from our list of home spa experiences. When evening comes the castle is even more magical. A time perhaps to enjoy a dip in the hot tub, toast a marshmallow on the firepit or cosy up next to the roaring fires.
If you want to venture further afield the castle is the perfect base from which to explore the glories of Yorkshire’s largest national park. Bolton Abbey, the Duke of Devonshire’s estate is a stone’s throw away, as is the picturesque market town of Grassington, where All Creatures Great and Small is filmed and historic Haworth, home to the famous Bronte sisters. The spa towns of Ilkley and Harrogate home to the famous Betty’s tearooms.

Resting rurally in Canonbie, near the amenities of Gretna Green in Dumfries and Galloway is Bogire Country Cottage, a delightful, single-storey dwelling. Enjoying countryside views and a pretty garden with an abundance of plants for wildlife, including bees and butterflies, housing a wood-fired hot tub, pizza oven, summerhouse and a herb garden, the cottage makes a wonderful escape for a family of four, also offering a well-equipped kitchen, and flexible sleeping arrangements. Travel down to the country track and park up off-road before stepping indoors to your new home-from-home. Be welcomed into the contemporary living/dining room, with a plush velvet corner sofa, dining for four, a woodburning stove, and a Smart TV for entertainment. Continue into the kitchen to prepare meals, and fulfil your self-catering needs, before setting the patio table and enjoying an alfresco affair whilst surrounded by nature; spend the rest of your evening soaking in the wood-fired hot tub, before completing your nightly routine in the bathroom. Catch some rest in one of two bedrooms, including a king-size and a twin, before awakening to a hands-on experience on the neighbouring farm. Once you’re ready to explore, head into Gretna Green for your amenities, where you’ll find a selection of shops and pubs to ease your stay, whilst the Kielder Water & Forest Park rests north of the village, recommended to pack your walking boots for. Netherby Hall and its grand Grade II listed grounds rests a short car journey away, worth touring for its beauty and heritage, before crossing the English Border to tour Carlisle and its hub of amenities; be sure to discover Carlisle Castle, Carlisle Cathedral, River Eden, and the Tullie Museum whilst visiting. Round off your break at the shore, discovering the sweeping terrain of the Solway Coast AONB, before making your way back home for a home-made pizza. Enjoy a rural haven at Bogire Country Cottage. EPC Rating: Band F.

Set in the outstanding setting of the South Hams countryside, you will find the magnificent Gitcombe Retreat. Having been designed by the award-winning architect Roderick James, this luxurious abode styled with chic interiors provides the ultimate getaway for groups of eight looking to celebrate or simply holiday in style. Gather in the sociable open-plan living space and admire the beautiful beams that line the ceiling and the striking woodburning stove that takes centre stage in front of the impressive bi-fold doors leading out onto the balcony wrapped around two sides. Settle on one of the two beautiful blue sofas or chat by the contemporary kitchen island as you watch the chef of the group whip up a delicious home-cooked meal and sip on a refreshing glass of bubbly. Take your seat at the spacious dining table as you delight in the lovingly prepared feast and exchange stories of times gone by, before raising your glass to a memorable holiday with fantastic company. Take the evening outside to the large paved terrace with a private hot tub where you can indulge in drinks whilst watching the sun set across the stunning rolling countryside. Grab your towels and head indoors to one of the four bedrooms available within this property; the ground-floor is home to an easily accessible double bedroom with the added benefit of an en-suite shower room, whilst down on the lower-ground-floor you will find two super-king-size bedrooms each with an en-suite shower room and third super-king-size that can be transformed into two single beds upon request. The lower-ground-floor also features a grand bathroom with a tranquil ambiance boasting a freestanding bath, basin and WC, creating the ideal place to enjoy some time to yourself. When you manage to tear yourself away from this luxurious dwelling, be sure to make the most of the sites indoor facilities including an indoor swimming pool, sauna and steam room as well as a sunbathing terrace and championship size tennis court where you can work on your swing.

Nestling in a sheltered and picturesque part of the Cornish countryside, this idyllic spa lodge, located at 1 Lake View, offers a perfect opportunity to relax and escape modern day living. Bring your partner to this splendid retreat, offering a superb base for exploring the attractions the surrounding area offers. The property has been extensively refurbished, to provide a stunning holiday home for couples. Upon entering the property, you are welcomed into a brightly decorated open-plan space, boasting a tranquil atmosphere for you to come back to of an evening.
Step into the pristine kitchen area, which houses all the appliances you could need to rustle up a lovely romantic meal for two, to be enjoyed at the dining room table. The sitting area has a large electronically operated recliner sofa, perfect for curling up with your loved one, in front of the wall-mounted TV, with patio doors leading out the decking area. The lodge comprises a king-size bedroom, with high-quality furnishings and a light décor to ensure a welcoming vibe. This property benefits from a wonderful, private spa room, with a Jacuzzi bath and a sauna, so you can enjoy a taste of luxury, without needing to leave the lodge!
Let’s not forget the large wall-mounted TV over the Jacuzzi, one of the biggest highlights of the property. Outside has an enclosed decking area with furniture, where you can sit out during the warmer months with stunning views over the holiday park, a nearby lake and the beautiful surrounding countryside while enjoying a refreshing glass of wine.
Off-road parking is available. Set at the heart of Stonerush Lakes and within an easy walk of your lodge lies the Old Mill Bar and Restaurant offering a charming venue for a delicious meal by the wood burning stove or out on the deck overlooking Miller’s Island. Stonerush Lakes nestles around four lakes which feed a meandering stream, giving some of the most delightful views only a stone’s throw away! Ideally located for exploring the South Cornish Coast, which is less than nine miles away, with the neighbouring towns of Looe, Polperro and Fowey only a short drive away and offering plenty of historical sites and amenities nearby.

A truly contemporary, luxurious property lying on the shores of England’s largest lake, Lakeside at Louper Weir is a delightful detached house offering a unique escape to Windermere. Whether you are bringing your family together to make happy holiday memories for years to come, or gathering your friends for a reunion you won’t forget, this architectural masterpiece will serve as a haven for you all.

Once you have come through the electric gates and down the drive, head in through the front door and into the large kitchen and dining space, holding magnificent views across Lake Windermere, a bespoke handmade kitchen with quartz and granite worktops, equipped with the highest standard of appliances that you could need. The chefs of the group will love getting creative in this space and you can keep them company and supervise with a glass of wine sat at the breakfast bar.

Move things over to the dining table, all the while watching the sun go down in the background through the floor to ceiling glazed windows, bringing the outside in. After a day of walking has tired you out, you can look forward to watching a film on the cinema style TV with Sonos sound system in the stylish sitting room, featuring designer sofas in sky blue and beautiful dark wood flooring. When you want a quiet moment, somewhere to take up a good book or just read the papers in the afternoon, there is the snug which has a leather sofa and a Smart TV.

When you are ready to head to bed, you will have four stunning bedrooms to choose from, all super-king rooms with en-suites; three with views of the lake and one with a view to the garden. Of these, the master bedroom on the south west corner of the property is really something special, with bi-fold doors that open onto a private balcony wrapping around the corner of the building where you can enjoy an early morning cuppa and watch the world go by.

Bi-fold floor to ceiling patio doors in the kitchen and dining space open onto the patio area where you can enjoy some alfresco dining or indulge in a soak in the hot tub with a cold drink in hand.

Flanked by ancient woodland where the owners have created a haven for wildlife and kept landscaping to a minimum, the garden sweeps down to the lakeshore benefiting from its own private jetty mooring (boats can only be launched from Bowness-on-Windermere, not from the house), and a small beach overlooked by the large covered outdoor dining area.

Bowness-on-Windermere is a pretty Lakeland village with a wealth to explore, you can hire a row boat or take a cruise on one of the steamers to see the shores from the water, while the Windermere Lake Cruises that depart regularly to Ambleside and Lakeside provide a spectacular way to explore with no need of a car. The opportunities for walking are endless in this part of the world so whether it’s a leisurely amble or a hardcore hike, there is something to suit all abilities. Lakeside at Louper Weir was built to impress and you will come away from this magnificent property deciding when to book it next.

Set on the shores of the Grimwith Reservoir, enjoying panoramic views of the beautiful waters and landscape, Snave Barn is a fabulously renovated barn conversion offering six guests a luxury location to holiday in the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Discover a spacious and stylish interior alongside the rustic features including the looming timber frames in the apex ceiling and classic woodburning stove, all amidst the wonder of the tranquil reservoir setting, it’s a real North Yorkshire gem. Be welcomed into the lofty reception room before making your way to the sitting room to find a large plush corner sofa to unwind on, a Smart TV and the warming woodburning stove. Over in the large kitchen/diner you can find all you need by way of appliances, as well as the perfect space to gather together for home-cooked meals. Find a ground-floor shower room too before heading upstairs to discover the three superb bedrooms, including the master super-king-size bedroom with an en-suite wet room, and two king-size bedrooms, with all benefitting from a Smart TV, you’ll have no trouble settling in. Completing the layout is the beautiful bathroom with a P-shaped bath and overhead shower, and the snug sitting area on the landing. Take a dip in the wood-fired hot tub located in the enclosed patio garden, all whilst soaking up the stunning scenery of this peaceful location. Discover the wonders of the Dales from Snave Barn.

This beautifully presented detached barn conversion is an ideal choice for a romantic break away, or for close friends to unwind together. Take in the wide stretch of fields rolling out towards the Shropshire hills and watch the sky light up with stars at night, one of the many benefits of being in such a rural location. What could be better than enjoying the tranquility from your own private hot tub. Simply soak in the bubbles and relax. You can see why this is so popular with honeymooners, as well as couples celebrating special birthdays and anniversaries. Once inside you will discover a stylish and welcoming interior, designed to provide you combines the traditional features of the barn with the contemporary spacious open plan interior. Detached from the main property with its own private stylish courtyard entrance featuring the spacious hot tub, patio seating and planting, a fabulous space to enjoy evening drinks with your partner under pagoda and patio lights. The interior is stylish open living, with features for you and your partner to enjoy. The property boasts full amenities for your weekend away, with a fully equipped kitchen area with built in speakers for sociable cooking and dining. After dinner you can relax in the open plan living area with classic oak flooring, two seater sofas, positioned comfortably in front of a modern wood burning stove for those comfy nights in, after a long day of walking in the Shropshire hills or exploring medieval Shrewsbury. The property is conveniently located three miles from this beautiful town and less than a fifteen minute drive to fabulous walk around Church Stretton. Upstairs it’s a large characterful king-size bedroom, featuring lovely sloped ceilings and a Velux window, exposed beams and the metal chimney from the stove running through providing extra warmth in the winter. Through an original stable door, the en-suite bathroom provides full amenities and features a walk-in rainfall shower plus additional space for clothes storage. Bank House Barn offers a unique experience for couples to spend quality time together in an amazing setting. One of the most exciting aspects of this property is the chance to explore the owner’s impressive grounds, throughout four acres, you can take a refreshing morning stroll across the fields, stroll along the rea brook, or just sit a relax watching the local wildlife. If fishing is your thing then we have full fishing rights. Come and say hello to our extended family, Bumble, Scruffy, Elmo and Daisy, our little wooly gang of Ryeland Sheep, known commonly as “Teddy Bear Sheep”, will be happy to take any treats you have to offer, their favorite being Rich Tea biscuits! Shrewsbury boasts many attractions such as a beautiful theatre, historic castle, medieval high street shopping, marvelous restaurants, and a museum, as well as giving you the chance to roam around the picturesque River Severn, next to an array of pretty gardens. Whether you are looking for a day of pure adventure or just wanting to enjoy this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the location and property will not disappoint.

Wolfen Mill is a former water powered mill built in the sixteenth Century, set in one acre of fabulous grounds just a short distance from the Lancashire village of Chipping, an area renowned for its abundance of Gastro Pubs. Historically the mill made spindles and bobbins for the local spinning mills, closing production in the 1920’s. Completely renovated in 2018 the mill provides first class, award winning holiday accommodation, ideal for large groups looking to get away from it all and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of this beautiful haven. The dam or millrace provides a beautiful wildlife haven and the views of ‘Parlick Pike’ provide a great backdrop to this wonderful holiday retreat, sadly the old water wheel is no longer present.
Providing spacious accommodation, the top floor sitting room offers the centrepiece of the building, with bi-fold doors opening out onto the decked area overlooking the mill dam, a wonderful place to relax and take in the beautiful surroundings and watch the sun go down. The ground floor dining room provides a great place for the group to get together, enjoy a few early drinks on the adjoining patio and garden area whilst the ‘chefs’ start getting together their culinary delights in the commercial kitchen. There are a further two kitchens available on this floor, one for each course perhaps or to allow a few more gourmet cooks their own working space. All the bedrooms are set up as separate suites providing guests with their own personal sitting areas, luxurious bedroom, kitchen and modern ensuite bathroom. Ideal for those wishing to spend a little time away from the main group to relax and unwind in their own luxurious space.
This outstanding property is a walker’s delight, surrounded by the stunning Bowland fells, the wildlife-rich landscapes and the Trough of Bowland, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
You have plenty of entertainment such as an LG high definition Freeview LCD television, Amazon and Netflix and a DVD player.
This wonderful property also caters for special events such as birthday celebrations, weddings and anniversaries to name but a few, with a dedicated dining room or marquee which can be set up in the courtyard.
You can explore the picturesque villages of Longridge, Garstang, Whalley and Waddington nearby, hosting a variety of local shops, tea rooms, gastro pubs and restaurants.
Enjoy a day trip to the Wild Boar Park, where you can feed and pet the animals or ramble along woodland paths. The kids can enjoy a tractor ride, run wild in the adventure play area or explore the tunnels in the hay barn.
Once you have explored the stunning landscapes of the Forest of Bowland by day, you can discover some of the darkest skies in England, an increasingly rare find in this crowded little country and a must do when visiting this region.
There is so much to offer from this fantastic base, a unique experience in the Trough of Bowland!

This wonderful detached cottage on the idyllic Graythwaite Estate occupies an exceptional setting right on the shores of Lake Windermere and the location is simply unrivalled. The estate itself covers five thousand acres of grounds, including twelve acres of garden open from April to September. There are also wonderful facilities in the central courtyard, around twenty minutes’ walk away, which include an indoor swimming pool, children’s play area and table tennis room. But the real magic comes from its setting perched right on the shores of Lake Windermere itself, with a private jetty leading out over the waters. Summer afternoons can be spent at the picnic table with a refreshing jug of Pimms and views of the glistening lake. Use cooler days for exploring the woodland and spotting wildlife. If you choose to head out for the day, then why not book a canoeing, climbing or bushcraft adventure through the estate? The on-site team would even be delighted to offer tips on local walks in the area and discounts can be indulged at the Lakeland Hotel, the Go Ape! centre and at Grizedale Forest. Within easy reach is the village of Hawkhead, with pubs, tea rooms and gift shops, whilst all the delights of Windermere, Grasmere and Ambleside await! Discover The World of Beatrix Potter, climb Scaffel Pike and enjoy a boat cruise on the blue waters from Bowness Bay. The area is packed with memories just waiting to be made, and to top it off, at the end of each day you can return to this very special lakeside setting.

Robins Nest, a delightful single-storey property is perched on the edge of the North York Moors National Park. Perfect for couples and their four-legged friends, boasting ground-floor living, a wood-fired hot tub, and close proximity to the iconic city of York, Robins Nest welcomes you to relax and unwind in amongst the stunning surroundings of the East Riding of Yorkshire. After parking up, step into your new home-from-home and be immediately welcomed by the inviting, open-plan living space, where you can curl up in front of the woodburning stove and enjoy a movie night with your loved one. The well-equipped kitchen has all the essentials for a week away, making cooking up your favourite dishes a breeze. Enjoy your culinary creations around the dining table or step out to the enclosed rear patio, where you can delight an alfresco affair before indulging in a dip, in the wood-fired hot tub. As the night draws closer, wind down in the en-suite shower room before retiring to the super-king-size bedroom, fitted with a Smart TV for lazy mornings. Robins Nest is the perfect escape for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and enjoy a refreshing break in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Moorhen Lodge is a stylish Canadian cabin situated near the Scottish Highlands village of North Kessock. Its tranquil location and cosy interior with its woodburning stove make this lodge perfect for a relaxing break any time of year, ideal lodge for a break with friends and couples.

Resting deep in the countryside on the outskirts of Maerdy near Corwen, is this luxury detached former farmhouse, Hafotty Gelynen. With beautiful views, a large enclosed garden and sleeping up to eight guests, Hafotty Gelynen makes for a superb base as you explore the surroundings of Denbighshire, and the nearby Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park. As you arrive to the property and park on the large gravel driveway, the surrounding gardens welcome you, filled with a sloped lawn, a decked area and patio, with furniture to enjoy your morning coffee in the fresh air and a hot tub to relax in after a long day. Stepping into the property, there is space to hang your coats and a bench to ease taking off your shoes, before following through to the sitting room where a gorgeous wood burning stove adds warmth to the room filled with exposed beams and bricks, as well as ample sofa space to enjoy an evening in front of the television. The ground floor also boasts a double bedroom with more marvellous exposed bricks and a mirror to get ready in style, there is also a handy utility room with washing machine, and a shower room, which makes ground-floor living possible. The property also boasts a sweet garden room which is great for those who want space away from their loved ones, and it leads to an exciting games room with a pool table, an arcade machine with two and a half thousand games and patio doors leading to the garden and outdoor hot tub. To complete the ground-floor there is a kitchen/diner with exposed beams, a dining table, so all guests can gather together for an evening meal cooked in the amply-equipped kitchen. From the kitchen, stairs lead to the first floor where there is a well-decorated king-size bedroom with storage and an en-suite shower room, so you can get ready in peace, and a quirky room with wooden bunk beds, storage and hanging space. Finishing the gorgeous property, is the final king-size room. There is also a spacious bathroom with a freestanding bath and a walk-in shower, so guests can take a long soak after a busy day or freshen up in the morning before the day ahead. A short drive into Maerdy, where you can visit The Goat Inn for a bite to food or a drink, or drive a little further into the picturesque market town of Corwen with the amenties to enjoy an evening out, grab essentials from the shop, marvel at the Owain Glyndwr Statue and church, or jump aboard the Llangollen Heritage Steam Railway to Llangollen, where you will see some breathtaking views of the Clwydian Range and Dee Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If you are looking for a day out filled with history and heritage, go and explore Chirk Castle or Erddig Manor House, which are both 18th century National Trust properties. Discover Llangollen, home to the ruins of Cistercian Valle Crucis Abbey and Castell Dinas Brân. Also in driving distance is Eryri (Snowdonia) National Park, which makes for a great day out, with walking, cycling and delightful views. To enjoy a countryside retreat in Denbighshire, choose Hafotty Gelynen as your enchanting base.

Nestled in the picturesque Worcestershire countryside, on the grounds of the owner’s working farm, surrounded by fields of grazing sheep and alpacas and offering far-reaching views of the Malvern Hills, is Phoenix House. This stunning and contemporary barn conversion boasts idyllic and luxurious accommodation for a family or group gathering for those wanting to explore idyllic villages and the superb walking and cycling opportunities of the Malvern Hills and beyond.

Accessed via a private and gated driveway, which comfortably holds four cars, this remarkable retreat boasts endless rural scenery, which can be enjoyed throughout the property, as well as from the decking area, which wraps around the entire perimeter of the property. Enter the property into a large open-plan living room, with a high spec, fully-fitted kitchen hosting all the appliances you’ll need to cook up delicious group meals, which can be enjoyed at the breakfast bar or for a more formal setting, at the large dining table, which overlooks the fields. Evenings can be spent unwinding in the sitting room with a film night on the large Smart TV, or indulge in a great book in the spacious sunroom, which boasts more wonderful rural views.

Spend time sitting out on the decking admiring your peaceful setting, watching the alpacas and sheep grazing in the fields.

When the day draws to a close, find comfort in one of five bedrooms; a ground-floor super-king-size double with zip/link feature offers a flexible sleeping arrangement and an en-suite, while upstairs a king-size double with en-suite, a double, a twin and single all offer fitted wardrobes and dual aspect windows, showcasing the best of the views. The bedrooms that don’t possess an en-suite do share use of the fantastic partially-tiled bathroom, with a bath and walk-in shower to choose to start each day with.

Venture out to explore your surroundings, with Castlemorton village boasting a lovely 12th century church, as well as being within easy reach of a selection of historic towns and wonderful walking opportunities. The nearest shop and pub are within two miles, ideal for grabbing any essentials or enjoying a pub lunch, while the town of Upton-upon-Severn is just four miles away, along the banks of the river Severn. Here you will discover ample restaurants, cafés and dessert shops like The Pudding Shop to tantalise your taste buds, as well as picnic opportunities along the river, stunning seventeenth century architecture to admire, a striking Medieval church and a museum. The town has its own marina and vineyard, and hosts festivals all-year-round, including jazz, folk and blues festivals, as well as the Sunshine Music Festival.

Explore the outstanding countryside of the Malvern Hills AONB on foot, bicycle or horseback, with over a hundred miles of footpaths and bridleways to choose from, while the town of Malvern showcases regular farmers’ markets, craft and antique fairs and its theatre regularly houses productions from the West End and the Royal Shakespeare Company. The attractive towns of Ledbury, Tewkesbury, and Cheltenham are all within easy reach, with attractions like Eastnor Castle, with its assault course and treetop walkway, and Hellens manor, one of England’s oldest dwellings, where you can enjoy guide tours and round off the experience with afternoon tea in the tearoom.

The city of Worcester is within a short drive, where you can enjoy excellent shopping in a plethora of independent shops, as well as paying a visit to its incredible cathedral. With a wealth of opportunity to explore the magnificent Worcestershire countryside from your doorstep, make Phoenix House the base for a special getaway with loved ones.

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