There is lots happening this spring at the National Trust to keep you and your family entertained. From hunting for giants to spring walks to bush craft, there is sure to be something to suit everyone. Enjoy the best of spring and discover somewhere special on the 20th and 21st April with *free admission to over 200 places nationwide. Why not extend your visit by staying in one of our wonderful holiday cottages, many of which can be found in estates and properties or very close by.
Our cottage 2 High Street is situated in the picturesque village of Lacock which is often used for very well know TV and Film productions such as Cranford and Harry Potter. The cottage is full of character and retrains much of it’s original charm. This spring you can take part in the events being held right on the doorstep at Lacock Abbey, such as bat watching and falconry displays, they are also taking part in the free admission weekend.
Many of our holiday cottages are situated in estates and properties where you can get free admission all year round. Stay in our Hardwick Hall cottages, 6 High Hazels, Stable Yard Cottage and coming soon for summer 2013 Rowthorne Cottage, and get free access to the house and Stainsby Mill during open hours. However when everyone else has gone home you can explore the grounds and gardens that is exclusively for holiday cottage guests outside of opening hours.
Whatever your plans our this spring, book a break with us and take advantage of all we have to offer.
*voucher required which can be obtained from the National Trust website
Elegant mid C18th Regency rectory, an ideal retreat for families or group of friends.
Ideally located at the heart of the pretty village of Boscastle.
This pretty cottage stands in a truly remote location on the beautiful Brockhampton Estate.
Family cottage in converted farm buildings surrounding a courtyard a mile from Fountains Abbey.
A spacious and comfortable cottage a few hundred yards south of Hadrian's Wall.
A pretty cottage at the heart of the tranquil Buckland Abbey Estate.