We love our holiday cottages and think they make for the perfect get away what ever the occasion but don’t just take our word for it, we have captured a few comments and recommendations from recent guests to help you decided where to spend your summer holiday.
Romantic break at Spring Cottage, Cotswolds
“The cottage surpassed expectations of the being the perfect chocolate-box cottage for a romantic getaway. It was so cosy and comfortable- we didn't want to leave! And in such idyllic surroundings! We loved the village and the pub, the lovely snowshill manor and all the local walks. We would love to come back in the future and will definitely recommend it to all our friends!” Darryl and Jo Satchell from West Sussex.
Spring cottage is situated in the picturesque village of Snowshill, sleeping two, its perfect for a romantic getaway.
Big family get together at The Old Rectory, Lincolnshire
“The Old Rectory is an absolutely beautiful Cottage in a wonderfully peaceful location. All the bedrooms were fantastic and it was the perfect place for a family celebration. The lounge/dining room was vast and a great space for socialising.” Sarah Moynehan, Worcestershire
The Old Rectory is an elegant 18th century Regency rectory, sleeping 11, it is great for big get togethers with friends and family. Guests also get the added benefit of free admission to selected local National Trust properties during their stay.
Family holiday at 524 Pamphill Green Cottage, Dorset
"This cottage was lovely and cosy but with enough space for a family of four. We all loved the age and character of this cottage. The garden was lovely for the children to have a run around.’’ Jane Coulson, Cambridgeshire
524 Pamphill Green Cottage is a delightful semi-detatched thatched cottage, tucked away in a quiet spot on the Kingston Lacy Estate.
"The two cottages we had were perfect for our family break, so close to the sea, and the grandchildren had a wonderful time, discovering the caves on the beach, investigating the rock pools and enjoying walks over the cliffs. We felt they had become Enid Blyton's famous five!!" Susan Mistry, UK
Lacombe Cottage and Guy’s cottage are booking up fast for the summer but they are just two of nine cottages that we have in the wonderful Cornish town of Port Quin and make for excellent coastal breaks.
These are just a few suggestions from our guests, whichever cottage you choose we are sure it will be a memorable summer holiday.
A delightful semi-detached thatched cottage tucked away in a quiet part of the Kingston Lacy estate.
Elegant mid C18th Regency rectory, an ideal retreat for families or group of friends.
A former fisherman's cottage sits right on the edge of the beach and is full of character.
A traditional Cornish cottage full of character, metres from the sea in a picturesque hamlet.
This tiny gem of a cottage sits in a row of Cotswold stone cottages.