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New cottages for 2014

The exterior of Orchard Cottage, Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire © Mike Henton

The exterior of Orchard Cottage, Gunby Hall, Lincolnshire © Mike Henton

We’re pleased to announce some exciting new additions to our Holiday Cottage portfolio this year. With lovely holiday homes ranging from a grand farmhouse to a remote, cosy cottage overlooking the sea, there’s something to suit every taste.

For a stay in a cosy apartment, Sand Wath is the perfect place to relax after a day’s exploring the high Fells of the Lake District or the Pennines, both within easy reach by car. This charming apartment is popular with those wishing to stay on a traditional estate in a glorious part of Britain.

Those in search of a romantic getaway will love Rowthorne Lodge, situated in a secluded location at the edge of the Hardwick Hall estate in Derbyshire. Rowthorne Lodge sleeps two and is ideal for exploring the many fine historic houses in the area, or simply relaxing by the fire.

In west Cornwall we have Count House Cottage, a secluded hideaway for two with spectacular views out over the cliffs and Atlantic Ocean. Once a workshop for nearby Botallack Mine, Count House is immersed in Cornish history and is an ideal base from which to explore the World Heritage Site mines and fantastic coastal walks of west Cornwall.

In Norfolk you’ll find Blakeney Lodge, a simple lodge that neighbours an intriguing disused windmill and that is just a short walk from traditional village of Blakeney.

Fyne Court Cottage is a large, semi-detached former gardener's cottage bordering the lost gardens of Fyne Court. The whole family will love exploring this mysterious estate, with all its opportunities for climbing trees and building dens.

Finally, in Stroke-by-Nayland we have Thorington Hall, a striking 17th-century farmhouse set in wonderful Suffolk countryside. The Hall is set within a gated entrance, with private grounds; there is a large rambling garden, which is wild in parts, with a small apple orchard, stables, and a former tennis court. If you are looking for a striking house with masses of space, inside and out, for large family holidays or relaxed get-togethers with friends then this is truly it.

Alongside Thorington Hall is Thorington Lodge. This little hideaway offers a wonderful retreat within the beautiful Suffolk landscape.

With over 400 cottages already on offer, take a look at our website or request a brochure to discover your perfect holiday.

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  • The exterior of Sand Wath, nr. Penrith, Cumbria. © Mike Henton

    Sand Wath

    nr Penrith , Cumbria

    On the top floor of Acorn Bank this apartment has fine far-reaching views.

  • The exterior of Rowthorn Lodge, Hardwick Hall, Derbyshire  © Mike Henton

    Rowthorne Lodge

    nr Chesterfield , Derbyshire

    A romantic gate lodge on the Hardwick Hall Estate.

  • The exterior of Count House Cottage, Botallack, Cornwall © Chris Lacey

    Count House Cottage

    Botallack, Nr St Just , Cornwall

    A cosy cottage for two, steeped in Cornish mining history, with dramatic ocean views.

  • The exterior of Blakeney Lodge and the old windmill, Blakeney, Norfolk   © National Trust

    Blakeney Lodge

    Blakeney , Norfolk

    A simple lodge by the salt marshes on the fringe of Blakeney National Nature Reserve.

  • The exterior of Fyne Court Cottage, The Quantocks, Somerset. © Mike Henton

    Fyne Court Cottage

    The Quantocks , Somerset

    A large family cottage ideally placed to explore the beautiful Somerset Quantocks.

  • The exterior of Thorington Hall, nr Stoke-by-Nayland, Suffolk © Mike Henton

    Thorington Hall

    nr Stoke-by-Nayland , Suffolk

    A striking 17th-century farmhouse set in wonderful Suffolk countryside, within easy reach of London