Perched on the fringes of a traditional little village in the heart of the Forest of Dean, this delightful cottage has pretty touches in every room and offers a gorgeous retreat whether you want to adventure as a couple or a family.
As featured in the Guardian: Get swept away by the views from the sofa, snuggle by the fire, stride out directly on to the canal tow path, find the village pub and home in time for Georgie’s chocolate cake – perfection!
Set high in the Shropshire Hills surrounded by National Trust’s Long Mynd, with breathtaking views across to Caer Caradoc this stone and timber cottage offers simple luxury whatever the time of year.
Beautifully finished with an eclectic style, this utterly charming stone-built cottage is nestled peacefully on a Welsh hillside in a shaded woodland, overlooking striking mountain peaks.
As close as could be to the country border, and proudly perched atop a hill in idyllic surroundings, this pretty little abode epitomises everything that a cosy cottage should be, with quaint touches around every corner.
As featured in the Guardian: A treat of a retreat in a breathtaking area of Natural Beauty. Enveloped by rolling Welsh countryside as far as the eye can see, stride across the fields to the country pub, discover ancient churches hidden in the hills, or laze away a day down by the stream splashing and picnicing to your hearts content.
Stride out directly on to Sugar Loaf Mountain, or a stroll down the hill to the village pub! Cosy and warm inside, with pretty terrace and views. An unpretentious charm and impressive location, home made cakes on arrival too - yum!
Contemporary décor and chic touches make this cedar-clad lodge an utterly charming abode in which to while away your days, nestled amongst rolling emerald hills and idyllic, picturesque lakes.
Set within a rugged landscape at the foot of the Black Mountains on the fringes of the National Park, this detached barn just perfect for family and friends to get together whatever the time of year.
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