Bishops Frome, Herefordshire
A beautiful 1930s period beach-front property offering superb living space, sea views from most rooms and direct access to 7 miles of sandy beach. National Trust site, shop, pub and take-away all within walking distance.
Northumberland National Park, Northumberland
Spacious period house with an array of character features, nestled in Northumberland’s National Park. Perfect for families seeking an active rural escape in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Culloden, The Highlands
Stylish detached house with private hot tub and BBQ hut with seating area. Enjoying spectacular sea views towards Inverness, Kessock Bridge and the Black Isle, perfect for gatherings of friends and family.
Coniston, Lake District
Period farmhouse beautifully updated to provide stylish accommodation for up to ten guests, located within walking distance of Coniston village and the shoreline of Coniston Water.
Achnasheen, The Highlands
This beautiful home boasts spectacular scenery from all angles. The rugged Scottish countryside combined with sparking Gruinard Bay views creates a magical space just waiting to be explored.
This remarkable property has been furnished to a delightful standard throughout, boasting a private woodfired hot tub, it’s the perfect bolt hole for a family retreat.
Lairg, The Highlands
Perched on the banks of the River Laxford, this sweet red house is surrounded by idyllic views and offers simple, elegant accommodation for ten guests.
Bude (4mls E), Cornwall
This simply stunning detached country residence with hot tub was fully rebuilt in 2007, is set in 60 acres near the seaside town of Bude.
Llandudno, North Wales
An irresistibly imposing townhouse with plentiful period features and a luxurious interior. Sitting in an elevated position in the heart of vibrant Llandudno, the house enjoys stunning water views.
St Davids (1ml SW), West Wales
Roshven, The Highlands
With dramatic vistas over Loch Ailort and out towards Rhum and Eigg, this secluded holiday home is an outstanding base from which to explore the rugged north-west of Scotland.
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