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We’ve over 400 properties brimming with character and lovingly restored to reflect the original feel. From gatehouses to lighthouses discover your next holiday here.


Interior kitchen view from Bosveal, Mawnan Smith, Falmouth, Cornwall © Mike Henton


Falmouth, CornwallPrincipal part of large country house, views over the Helford River.

1 Strode House

The sitting room at 1 Strode House, Barrington Court, Yeovil, Somerset © Chris Lacey

1 Strode House

Yeovil, SomersetStrode House is within the 17th-century stable block which stands adjacent to Court House.

Treleddyd Fawr Cottage

The exterior of Treleddyd Fawr Cottage
St. Davids, Pembrokeshire © Sarah Green

Treleddyd Fawr Cottage

St. Davids, PembrokeshireTraditional Pembrokeshire farm cottage providing great access to the coastal countryside.

Thorington Hall

The kitchen at Thorington Hall, nr Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk © Mike Henton

Thorington Hall

nr Stoke-by-Nayland, SuffolkA striking 17th-century farmhouse set in wonderful Suffolk countryside, within easy reach of London

Longstone Cottage

The exterior of Longstone Cottage, Strawberry Lane, Mottistone, Isle of Wight © Mike Henton

Longstone Cottage

Mottistone, Isle of WightA perfect 'away from it all' holiday retreat.

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Save 15% on relaxing September getaways

Couple walking along St Aidan's Dunes in Northumberland © Matthew Antrobus

September benefits from great weather and the change to miss the crowds making it the ideal time for a cottage holiday for grown-ups.

Quirky holiday cottages

Doyden Castle, Port Isaac, Cornwall © Mike Henton

Why not stay in one of our quirky holiday cottages across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

Half term holidays

Children sitting on a tree branch at Rowallane Garden, County Down, in October.  © John Millar

Whisk the family away on a spooktacular half term holiday this October

Conserving unique buildings

The garden and exterior of The Water Tower, Trelissick, Cornwall  © Mike Henton

The National Trust is responsible for the care of an eclectic mix of holiday retreats, from manor houses to follies.