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New holiday cottages for 2013-14

The exterior of Tan y Bwlch, Lyn Peninsula, Gwynedd  © Mike Henton

The exterior of Tan y Bwlch, Lyn Peninsula, Gwynedd © 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 riverside townhouse to a remote, cosy cottage overlooking the sea, there’s something to suit every taste.

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.

Live it up in Georgian elegance in Wainman House; a large, merchant’s townhouse on the riverside in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. Wainman house sleeps ten over four floors, and combines authentic early-nineteenth-century style with modern comfort for a truly special holiday experience.

For a more homely holiday, Orchard Cottage at Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire offers contemporary furnishings in a quaint, former gardener’s house. This cottage sleeps four and provides a comfortable spot in which to relax after a day’s exploring nearby Gunby Hall or the picturesque villages and coastline of Lincolnshire.

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.

Finally, those in search of a remote location and spectacular views need look no further than Tan y Bwlch, situated in a sought-after spot high on the Llyn Peninsula in west Wales. Spend days exploring numerous walking trails right from the front door, or sit out on the patio and while away the time enjoying glorious views over the sea and Porth Neigwl.

As well as this great selection, we can offer a sneak preview of the growing list of cottages waiting to join up in 2014. There’s a quirky, two-sleeper cottage right on the waterfront on the idyllic Brownsea Island in Dorset, a vast seventeenth-century farmhouse and adjacent lodge in the rolling Suffolk countryside, and a three-bedroom family cottage in the lost gardens at Fyne Court, Somerset.  Keep an eye on the ‘new cottages’ section of the website for all our latest additions.

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

Our selection

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

    Orchard Cottage

    nr Skegness , Lincolnshire

    A pretty cottage set in the Beautiful Gardens of Gunby Hall

  • 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 Wainman House, nr Peckover House, Cambridgeshire © David Kirkham

    Wainman House

    Wisbech , Cambridgeshire

    A grand Georgian town house ideal for a family get together

  • The exterior of Tan y Bwlch, Lyn Peninsula, Gwynedd  © Mike Henton

    Tan y Bwlch

    Rhiw, Llyn Peninsula , Gwynedd

    A Penllyn Crog loft cottage with stunning views across Hell's Mouth Bay.

  • 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.