Rocksdrift House & Seaview Apartments, Pembrokeshire
Set amid the rugged splendour of Pembrokeshire's magnificent Atlantic Coast, all of the apartments offer the ultimate in sea views of the panoramic sweep of St. Bride's Bay. On a high tide the waves will almost reach to the door - but not quite - only the width of a B class road separates the apartments from the firm golden expanse of Broad Haven beach.
Exceptional comfort and character for the discerning holidaymaker were foremost in our minds when equipping this unique accommodation. Fitted carpets, central heating, colour TV's, videos, hair dryers and modern fitted kitchens with a comprehensive range of utensils. Matching dinner and tea services, stainless steel cutlery, wine and spirit glasses. Full size gas cookers, fridge freezers, dishwashers, microwave ovens, food blenders, coffee percolators, toasters, sandwich makers - in fact practically everything you can think of to make…
Sleeps: 1 to 7
Earsham Park Farm Bed & Breakfast, Earsham, Bungay, Suffolk
Overlooking the Waveney Valley at Earsham on the Norfolk / Suffolk border and ideally situated for exploring the East Anglian countryside.
Luxury bed and breakfast accommodation in a comfortable and informal Victorian farmhouse with sweeping views over the Waveney Valley.
Earsham Park Farm is situated 3 miles from Bungay and only 5 miles from Harleston. Within easy driving distance are the historic city of Norwich, the charismatic seaside town of Southwold, the extensive waterways of the Norfolk Broads and the Norfolk and Suffolk coastal resorts.
Enormous care has been taken to completely refurbish the house yet retain the elegance and charm of the Victorian era and combine it with every modern comfort and convenience. The atmosphere is relaxed and informal with 3 elegant and spacious ensuite guest rooms, each with it's own character and beautiful furnishings.
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Tiffany Cottage, Whitland, Pembrokeshire
Tiffany Self Catering Cottage is a single storey converted barn with character features such as beamed ceilings, feature stone walls and log burner. The property is very spacious, comfortably furnished and equipped and the twin bed room has a wet room and would be suitable for a disabled person.
Llangwyddel Farm is situated just outside the village of Lampeter Velfrey 4.4 miles due east of Narberth a bustling small town in the heart of the Landsker Borderlands close to the stunning landscape of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park. With its quaint winding streets and stunning rural beauty, Narberth is a must for anyone wanting to experience a wonderful day out.
When the Normans invaded Pembroke in 1093 and captured the site on which the magnificent castle now stands, quick to consolidate their domination of South Pembrokeshire they built a line of castles to protect their newly w…
Sleeps: 1 to 8
Hearthstone Farm, Rober, Matlock, Derbyshire
Ian, Joyce & Mandy Gilman would like to extend to you a warm welcome to their home.
Situated high above the village of Matlock in Derbyshire, Hearthstone Farm is an Organic working family farm producing beef, pork and lamb by traditional environmentally friendly methods.
B&B Accomodation in our 16th Century farmhouse offers a warm welcome and comfortable environment from which to explore the surrounding countryside or visit our stately homes and beautiful Derbyshire Dales.
At hearthstone we pride ourselves on providing our guests with the highest possible standard of accommodation and food to make it the perfect place to unwind.
Breakfasts are prepared using organic produce from our own farm wherever possible or locally sourced.
We will willingly cater for special diets.
Chatsworth & Haddon Hall, Two of England's most popular stately homes are less than half an hour …
Inver Coille, Invermoriston, Inverness-shire, The Highlands
Inver Coille offers camping accommodation near Invermoriston, Inverness-shire. We are located within The Scottish Highlands, offering some of the best scenery Scotland has to offer.
Our newly launched family run campsite is surrounded by woodland has access to the Great Glen way. During the evening it is well worth a stroll to see the breath taking views over Loch Ness.
We have a number of tent pitches available suitable for those travelling with both families and pets alike. Sorry we do not offer pitch parking at our campsite.
There is a large car park set within 3 and a half acres of land surrounding the campsite. Guests may charge phones and laptops on site for a small charge.
Our campsite is a perfect spot to pitch your tent, take a break and rest your well-travelled feet. Our site is complete with private shower block with hairdryers which are free of charge to use, the…
Shearwater, Bridlington, East Yorkshire
Shearwater Guest House is ideally situated for the North Beach, Town Centre, Restaurants, Cafés, Bars and Nightclubs, Train and Bus stations all approximately a 10 minute walk, whilst being far enough away to offer a peaceful and tranquil setting. For those who enjoy walking, there are coastal footpaths which can take you as far around the local coastline as you might desire.
For the majority though, Bridlington's promenades are long enough, they lead from the very north of the town near Sewerby Village to Belvedere which is in the very south of Bridlington.
For those who would prefer not to walk the full length of Bridlington's beaches there are land trains which serve both the north and south beaches in season.
You will find plenty to do in and around Bridlington, with its blue flag sandy beaches; we also have an indoor leisure centre Bridlington Leisure World with swimming …
Mayfield Guest House, Forres, Moray, Morayshire
Mayfield Bed & Breakfast in Forres is a 7 bedroom family home, with 2 large ensuite double rooms for B&B guests. It is owned by Sarah Hope.
Every B & B room has:
King Size Double Bed.
Ensuite Shower Room & WC.
Colour TV with DVD player.
Tea & Coffee making facilities.
Forres is a great base from which to explore the beautiful Moray Firth region of Scotland.
Please see our website for further information.
Rates : Please contact for rates.…
Gregynog Hall, Tregynon, Powys
An ancient house with a Victorian face. Situated far from any city yet at the heart of Welsh history, art and politics. Once a landed estate, now a university conference centre, the house is still at the heart of the local community.
The 36 bedrooms of the Main Hall have fabulous views of the grounds, share the original 1920s bathroom facilities and are often graced by original works of art and fine furniture.
All rooms have tea and coffee making facilities, with wash basin, towels and toiletries.
In the historic stable yard, 12 modern en-suite bedrooms have been created, comprising five single rooms, six twin rooms and one family room. Two further en-suite rooms are fully equipped for wheelchair use.
The Hall has two lounge areas to relax in equipped with the main daily newspapers. In the grounds there are many miles of way-marked footpaths, including hides for bird watc…