Lerwell Farm Barns & Furze Cross Cottages, Furze Cross, Chittlehampton, Devon
Lerwell Farm is situated in beautiful North Devon countryside less than a mile from the picturesque village of Chittlehampton. The village was once a place of pilgrimage to the shrine of St Hieretha, a local Christian martyr in Saxon times. Chittlehampton village square is a conservation area lined with thatched and slated cottages and an impressive church, which was extensively remodelled in the 15th Century.
The Lerwell Farm holding is believed to date back to the 1200's with the Lerwill family relocating elsewhere in North Devon sometime in the late 1400's. The current thatched farmhouse is Grade II listed and was modernised in the late 1600's and later in 2001/2002 after it fell into disuse. The barns were built 1870/1871 and, Mike and Sue, who bought the farm in December 2002, started converting them from Spring 2003. The last barn to be converted was the Granary in 2005.
Sleeps: 1 to 8
Georgian Lodge Hotel, Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire
Situated at the very centre of the beautiful and historic town of Bradford on Avon; the hotel overlooks the Town Bridge which spans the River Avon. All of our rooms are en-suite.
The restaurant is for residents only as we are surrounded by restaurants.
The Georgian Lodge is an ideal base when visiting Bath and the West Country, being situated only 20 minutes from the city of Bath and 40 minutes from the centre of Bristol.
3 Star Visit Britain.
Disabled facilites by arrangement - please enquire for details.…
Puddleduck Lodge, Windermere, Cumbria
Puddleduck Lodge offers self catering accommodation located in Windermere, Cumbria. The self catering lodge is located right on the edge of the Troutbeck River at Limefitt Park where guests are welcome to use all of the facilities.
The lodge offers an open plan living room with comfortable chairs, a sofa, TV, DVD player, CD player, radio, iPod docking station and a section of DVDs and games. There is also a dining area that has seating for up to four people.
The kitchen is fully equipped offering everything you will need for a self catering holiday including the following:
There are two bedroom, one double bedroom and one twin bedroom. The bathroom offers a bath, shower, WC and wash basin.
There is a balcony that goes around the self catering lodge overlooking the river. There is garden furniture and a barbeque that guests are welcome …
Sleeps: 1 to 4
Flodigarry Country House Hotel, Flodigarry, Isle of Skye
Located in ancient woodlands up on the Quiraing in north east Skye, Flodigarry is a traditional non-trendy warm and friendly hotel with an easy going atmosphere, beauty and Jacobite past which blends together to create something quite magical.
All rooms have usual facilities - tea, coffee making, homebaked shortbread, television - if required - telephone and radio. Room service is available for drinks and meals - Flodigarry will endeavour to meet any special preferences. All rooms are non-smoking.
Dining at Flodigarry is pleasantly relaxed and informal – enjoy a wide range of excellent homemade meals from our attractive à la carte menus, served in the Bar or in our award winning one rosette Restaurant for 2010/11.
You can enjoy a full range of outdoor activities or simply relax with a good book by a log fire. Weekend house parties feature lively music nights – at all other time…
The Big Beach House, Hayle, Cornwall
The Beach House is a large colonial-style villa built for a sea captain in 1908. It is a beautiful self catering property that stands in the finest position with its own private lane and lawns just above the wonderful 3 mile sandy beach of Hayle.
The Big Beach House is entered through the Conservatory, set up with a long table and lots of chairs. From here the view of the bay is spectacular, facing south west in to the sunset.
The huge Sitting Room faces the sea with comfortable seating, coffee tables and a television with DVD player. It has patio doors which open out on to the lawn overlooking the sea.
The Playroom contains a large table and chairs for family games plus a selection of board games, cards and painting materials.
The large well-equipped Kitchen has everything you'd expect - washer/dryer, dishwasher, etc.
Bedroom 1 has an iron framed double bed, wardrobe an…
Sleeps: 1 to 20
Markree Castle, Collooney, Co Sligo
Markree Castle, the Cooper family home for 370 years, has been lovingly restored by the current owner Charles Cooper and his wife Mary to become one of the finest country house hotels in Ireland. Set in a secluded 500 acre estate in County Sligo, peace and relaxation combined with good food, fine wine and old-world charm make a stay at Markree a step back in time. The only castle hotel in Sligo, Markree is a truely unique hidden gem in the heart of Sligo- the only place to go if you are looking for Sligo accommodation with a difference or a Sligo hotel with genuine character.
Markree Castle offers a quiet and relaxing atmosphere for get-away breaks and its location, in the heart of the countryside that inspired the great poet and playwright W.B. Yeats, makes it an ideal 'home-from-home' for longer stays. Markree Castle is one of Sligo's best loved hotels and a perfect place to spen…
Kenmare Cottages, Kenmare, Co Kerry
Kenmare Cottages are a group of self catering cottages and self catering holiday homes owned and managed by Anne Maybury. Anne and her husband Sean Finn built these holiday cottages/Lodges on family land with the sole intention of including them in the upper end of the Self Catering market.
Situated overlooking Kenmare Bay at Killaha East, Kenmare, Cedar Lodge is a Luxury self-catering holiday home with four ensuite bedrooms sleeping up to 9 people comfortably. All bedrooms are large and all have views of Kenmare Bay and the McGillicuddy Reeks and Killarney mountains
This house is situated on an acre of landscaped gardens and the entire property is finished to a very high standard. One bedroom is on the ground floor the other three are on the first floor.
Cedar Lodge has a very large living/dining room with a conservatory leading onto a patio area with barbacue an…
Sleeps: 1 to 10
Spread Eagle Hotel, Jedburgh, Scottish Borders
The Spread Eagle Hotel dates back to well before the formation of the United Kingdom, and is Scotland's oldest continually-licensed hotel.
The hotel is in the centre of Jedburgh, half way between Edinburgh and Newcastle on the A68.
Whether you come to Jedburgh for business or leisure or simply stop over on your way elsewhere, we aim to provide good food, good company and a good night's rest. All our rooms are en suite, with tea and coffee making facilities, flatscreen digital TVs, free wifi, and plenty of space to spread out and relax.
The family rooms have extra-large bathrooms and can easily accommodate a cot as well as the double and two single beds.
We also have a residents' lounge which is available to you and your guests throughout the day.
We are happy to accommodate pets by prior arrangement but do ask that you bring a bed or blanket for them to sleep on.