Best Coastal Breaks For Couples In The UK

Best Coastal Breaks For Couples In The UK

23/08/2020 0 By M Zaman

The United Kingdom is a beautiful country in Europe to enjoy coastal breaks. There are spots available to enjoy coastal breaks for couples in UK.

Regardless of, whether a couple newly married or not. Spending time in a most romantic coastal location can help to bring a couple more closer.

This can be a perfect way to escape from everyday busy life.

There are best places in the UK, you can consider to visit after Covid-19 lockdown.

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Best Coastal Breaks For Couples In The UK

There are most romantic places and some of them considered as best coastal breaks for couples now available within different regions the UK.

England

There are best places available across different parts of England where couples can consider to spend high quality of time with each other.

Ballingers Stable Cottage, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds

Ballingers Stable Cottage

Ballingers Stable Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

This cottage is set within the Coln Valley Withington one of the more peaceful Cotswolds villages, where you will be able to relax and enjoy village life go by. You can take full advantages of the village inn and explore the well waymarked paths that will take you across the countryside.

Withington offers easy access for touring the larger Cotswold market towns to include Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford, and Stow-on-the-Wold. Cheltenham just eight miles away, famed for the Gold Cup and many festivals throughout the year.

Cirencester, Tetbury and Bath are also within easy reach. This area is rich in history and well served by the National Trust with houses and gardens to include The Roman Villa, Hidcote Gardens and Chastleton House.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Bay Anchorage, Thurlestone, Devon

Bay Anchorage

Bay Anchorage (Image: Holidaycottages)

This property is located right on the beach front at South Milton Sands in South Devon, a well-maintained beach with a pretty stretch of sand, interesting rock pools and a beachside cafe, which offers fresh seafood and a takeaway service.

The surrounding area is full of beautiful, colourful villages many with welcoming village pubs, but it is not all tranquil rural life, as the town of Salcombe is just five miles away and offers a fabulous harbour, five beaches, and a range of shops and eateries.

Other attractions in the area include Woodlands Family Theme Park, Dartmoor Zoo, and the breath-taking Burgh Island, former favourite haunt of Agatha Christie and Noel Coward.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Berry Cottage, Broadway, Cotswolds

Berry Cottage

Berry Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Charming country cottage, with woodburner set within the heart of Stanton near Broadway which is great base to explore the area.

Peacefully tucked away within a small terrace, beautifully finished with its own unique style mixing both old and new. The welcoming wood burning stove, exposed beams and flagstone floors further adding to its charm.

The village of Stanton is just perfect for those looking for a traditional Cotswold stay, with its village inn situated at the top of the village ideal for watching the summer sun set across the Vale of Evesham and Malvern Hills.

Ideal for walkers with the Cotswold Way and Winchcombe Way passing through the village taking you deeper into the countryside. Just a short distance from Broadway a haven for antique shops, cafes, and a delicatessen that will take you back in time.

Well served by the National Trust Snowshill Manor and Gardens, Hidcote and Chedworth for the Roman Villas to name but a few. Further afield, Regency Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon which hold many events all year around including Horse Racing.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Boat Cottage, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds

Boat Cottage

Boat Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Peaceful retreat where you can sit and watch the boats meander down the Avon. The village of Welford-on-Avon steeped with Warwickshire tradition is just a short walk.

You will definitely visit a great location for touring the Cotswolds with easy access into Stratford-upon-Avon the birth place of Shakespeare, Warwick Castle, Henley in Arden for its high street that’s brimmed with boutiques, cafes and restaurants. For walkers, take a stroll into Stratford-upon-Avon via the Avon Valley Footpath enjoying the riverside as you go.

The National Trust plays a big part with a wealth of gardens and properties to visit throughout the year to include: Anne Hathaway’s cottage, Hidcote Manor and Snowshill or visit some of the pretty Cotswold villages.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Bourton On The Water Weavers Cottage, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds

Bourton On The Water Weavers Cottage

Bourton On The Water Weavers Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Set in the heart of the Cotswolds, this traditional character cottage, in the picturesque village of Bourton-on-the-Water, is a comfy, warm and spacious property, ideal for a relaxing break.

Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bourton-on-the-Water is perfectly situated so you can make the most of the Cotswolds during your stay.

The surrounding countryside provides beautiful walking opportunities, and there is plenty of riding along a network of way-marked footpaths and bridleways. There are many fascinating things to do and see.

You could visit Adam Henson’s famous Cotswold Farm Park, Birdland, The Motor Museum, The Model Village, or explore the numerous quaint villages, abundant with shops, pubs and restaurants.

While, you visit definitely notice there are numerous National Trust properties and gardens to discover including Snowshill Manor, Hidcote Gardens, Chastleton House and Chedworth Roman Villa.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Bredons Norton The Forge, Tewkesbury, Cotswolds

Bredons Norton The Forge

Bredons Norton The Forge (Image: Holidaycottages)

Bredon Hill is a haven for walkers and cyclists alike. The glorious landscape provides features and sites of interest for everyone to enjoy. You could visit the ancient Saxon town of Winchcombe, nestling in a beautiful Cotswold Valley.

The Prescott Hill Climb hold motoring events throughout the year. The village of Broadway boasts a traditional, historic high street of honey coloured cottages, boutiques, antiques shops, cafes and restaurants.

Further afield, you could enjoy the racing at Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon. Cheltenham is home to famous literature and food festivals, while Stratford has everything for lovers of theatre and culture.

The Vale of Evesham is home to the simply stunning Blossom Festival in the springtime and the Plum Festival in the autumn.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Broadway House, Broadway, Cotswolds

Broadway House

Broadway House (Image: Holidaycottages)

You will spot a great location tucked away within the village of Broadway’s upper High street, this charming period cottage has been tastefully renovated and features beamed ceilings, large inglenook, and mullioned windows, all adding to the charm of a stay in the Cotswolds.

Its central location makes it an ideal base for exploring The Cotswolds and Worcestershire.

The famous Broadway Tower is just a short drive from the property or why not put your walking boots on and explore The Cotswold Way which is also great for cycling. For enthusiastic gardeners there is Batsford Arboretum and garden centre or maybe a visit to Daylesford farm shop and restaurant which is a short drive together with Stow on the Wold, Moreton in Marsh and Bourton on the Water.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Chadbury House Annexe, Evesham, Cotswolds

Chadbury House Annexe

Chadbury House Annexe (Image: Holidaycottages)

The property is an ideal base for couples wanting to explore the Cotswolds, Malvern Hills and the West Midlands.

Surrounded by some of the most beautiful countryside in Worcestershire and conveniently located next to the A44, this property offers easy access to the picturesque villages of Broadway and Chipping Campden and the market towns of Evesham and Pershore, along with Stratford upon Avon, Cheltenham and Worcester which are only slightly further afield.

You will find a wealth of National Trust properties, English Heritage sites and stately homes including Croome, Hidcote Gardens, Snowshill Manor nearby. For golfers, the Vale Golf Club welcomes visitors, which is located within just a few miles of the property.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Churston Cottage, Brixham, Devon

Churston Cottage

Churston Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Nestled in the charming village of Churston Ferrers you will be just a mile from Brixham and an array of amenities and activities such as water sports, a choice of beach, and an open-air sea water lido at Shoalstone.

Surrounding this assortment of colourful cottages are seafood restaurants, cafes, shops and pubs. Head out and explore the rest of the English Riviera which could include a drive to Kingswear where you can take the ferry across the water to popular Dartmouth, or catch the train to Exeter from nearby Paignton.

If an active holiday is more your style then there are plenty of things to keep you busy ranging from golf, walking and cycling.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Cobb Cottage, Exeter, Devon

Cobb Cottage

Cobb Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Located in the tranquil countryside close to the Somerset and Dorset borders, this property is ideally located to explore all three counties. Set off on foot for a foray into the nearby countryside where you’ll discover open farmland as well as the magical Ashclyst Forest.

If cycling is more your mode of transport, you will not be disappointed, explore the local area via the local lanes or meander along cycling tracks in the nearby woods.

A trip to Haldon Hills will satisfy the mountain biking enthusiasts.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Comfrey Cottage, Lyme Regis, Devon

Comfrey Cottage

Comfrey Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

The village itself forms part of a designated area of superb natural beauty and is just a short drive to the historic market town of Axminster, close to River Cottage HQ where guests can enjoy an amazing meal or choose to attend one of the many River Cottage courses.

The coastal villages of Beer and Branscombe, and the elegant regency resort of Sidmouth with beaches, shops, restaurants and galleries are also within easy reach.

These resorts combine to form part of the renowned World Heritage Jurassic Coastline, famous for its beauty and fossils, this also includes the ever popular seaside port of Lyme Regis.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Dilly Dally, Broadway, Cotswolds

Dilly Dally

Dilly Dally (Image: Holidaycottages)

Enjoying a peaceful setting within the grounds of the owner’s home these beautifully restored properties enable guests to enjoy the natural surroundings and landscape.

Unwind with a good book in the Hammock House or choose a lovely area of the garden to relax. Find the secret entrance in the hedge to explore the Nature Field with winding pathways and a chance to spot the wild deer or other interesting wildlife.

Childswickam is well situated between the Bredon and Cotswold Hills AONB. Ideal for couples, wanting to explore the Cotswolds whatever the time of year.

For the enthusiastic walkers or cyclists there are a wealth of way marked paths weaving their way throughout the many hamlets and countryside. Optional guided walks by local, experienced walk leader can be tailor-made to suit your requirements.

Broadway is just 2 miles away with its traditional High Street with an eclectic mix of antique dealers, independent boutiques, cafes and restaurants. Further afield are Stratford upon Avon, Shakespeare’s birthplace, Warwick with the finest medieval castle in England and Cheltenham, famous for the races and many other festivals throughout the year.

There are also many National Trust properties and gardens, which include Snowshill Manor, Hidcote Manor Gardens and Chedworth Roman Villas.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Earl Grey Cottage, Bibury, Cotswolds

Earl Grey Cottage

Earl Grey Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Enjoying an excellent location within a quintessential English village with views across the rolling countryside.

This beautifully finished hayloft set within the grounds of the owners home, a former village coaching inn.

Just perfect for those wishing to explore the Cotswolds whilst staying in a charming and romantic Cotswold stone cottage with a woodburner.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Emma’s Cottage, Chedworth, Cotswolds

Emma's Cottage

Emma’s Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

This detached traditional Cotswold cottage enjoys a picturesque location that is perfect for peaceful getaways.

Situated within the heart of the traditional Cotswold village of Chedworth, this property benefits from an unspoilt location that’s off the beaten track. Set out on foot to explore the surrounding countryside, which takes in peaceful hamlets and cosy pubs.

For a fascinating day out, culture lovers should head for Chedworth Roman Villa, Snowshill Manor and Gardens, Chastleton House or Hidcote. Also within easy reach are the popular settlements of Stratford-upon-Avon, Bath and Tetbury.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Evesham Mulberry Cottage, Evesham, Cotswolds

Evesham Mulberry Cottage

Evesham Mulberry Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Just a short walk from the banks of the River Avon, enjoying views of the Old English gardens of which you are free to roam. Offering spacious single storey accommodation with a stylish finish just perfect for couples and friends wanting to getaway.

Situated on the fringes of the traditional market town Evesham and surrounded by some of the most picturesque countryside in the country whatever the time of year, with blossoms in the spring time and a wealth of colour in the autumn.

With easy access to picturesque villages and market towns of Broadway, Pershore and Chipping Campden to name but a few, slightly further afield are Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Worcester. A wealth of National Trust gardens and English Heritage sites include Hidcote gardens, Snowshill Manor and Warwick castle.

For golfing enthusiasts The Vale Golf club welcomes visitors and is just a few miles away.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Feather Cottage, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds

Feather Cottage

Feather Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

A charming cottage, peacefully tucked away within a cluster of cottages, though just a short walk from the picturesque high street and river Windrush.

As you enter this charming cottage via the sweet front courtyard you will instantly feel right at home, with attention to detail and lots of character throughout. As you walk through the front entrance you will enter the cosy lounge/kitchen/diner a perfect social space with added wood burner for those cosy evenings.

Off the lounge, and heading upstairs you will find the first of the bedrooms, a tastefully decorated bunk bedroom perfect for children, as you continue down the hallway you will reach the master bedroom with stairs leading to the added dressing area to complete the property you will reach the family bathroom with shower over bath and WC.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Ferndale Garden View, South Allington, Devon

Ferndale Garden View

Ferndale Garden View (Image: Holidaycottages)

Whatever you want from a holiday in Devon, you’re sure to find it in the South Hams. From the wild beauty of Dartmoor to the stunning southern coastline, there are endless miles of countryside, estuaries, rivers and beaches to explore.

Close to Ferndale are the villages of Start Point and East Prawle, which is the most southerly point in Devon and home to a local popular pub, where there are often live music events and always good food.

You will also be in a good location to explore Totnes, the maritime city of Plymouth, Dartmouth, and many small Devon villages filled with good pubs, tea rooms and galleries.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Ferndale Orchard View, South Allington, Devon

Ferndale Orchard View

Ferndale Orchard View (Image: Holidaycottages)

The South Hams offer everything and more on a holiday to Devon.

Whether you want to explore rugged Dartmoor or amble along the coast path on the stunning south coast, you are spoilt for choice.

Close to the apartment is pretty East Prawle, which has access to small hidden coves down rickety coast paths and famous pub, The Pig’s Nose, which has regular live music events and serves up excellent food in a cosy pub atmosphere.

You are also based in an excellent location to explore the town of Totnes and maritime city, Plymouth, where there are a range of independent eateries, good shopping and a range of bars.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Gable End, Chipping Campden, Cotswolds

Gable End

Gable End (Image: Holidaycottages)

Tucked away in a peaceful position, this property is in the heart of the charming village of Mickleton.

Home to the famous Pudding Club, the village boasts a collection of traditional limestone buildings with Post Office, village shop and Butchers. A short drive or a 3 mile walk away is Chipping Campden which offers a selection of independent shops, pubs and cafes, while also marking the start of the Cotswold Way.

From here, keen walkers can set off on long walks through the Cotswold countryside, with the Heart of England way at the end of the lane passing pretty hamlets and villages along the way and joining the Cotswolds way in Chipping Campden.

The local area is rich in culture and history, with Hidcote Manor just a short walk away and Sudeley Castle also within easy reach. A little further afield, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham which is famous for its festivals and horse racing , Warwick Castle and Banbury are all well worth a visit.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Hatties House, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds

Hatties House

Hatties House (Image: Holidaycottages)

Traditional honey coloured stone cottage situated in the heart of the popular Cotswold village of Bourton-on-the-Water. Boasting a roaring woodburner, this cottage provides a cosy break away in every season.

Otherwise known as the Venice of the Cotswolds, Bourton on the Water is one of the most highly regarded Cotswold villages.

Located in an Area of Natural Outstanding Beauty attracting visitors throughout the year its central location offers easy access to a host of attractions. The Cotswold Farm Park, numerous National Trust properties and gardens.

The surrounding countryside provides beautiful walking and riding along a network of way marked footpaths and bridleways. After a busy day enjoy the delights within walking distance including Birdland, The Motor Museum, The Model Village, numerous shops, pubs and restaurants.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Hayloft At Linhayes Farm, Lympstone, Devon

The Hayloft at Linhayes Farm

The Hayloft at Linhayes Farm (Image: Airbnb)

This stunning and tastefully decorated property benefits from vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, a decked terrace and enclosed lawn area.

Just over half a mile from the doorstep is the Exe Estuary, where guests can enjoy a relaxing stroll towards either Exmouth or Topsham.

It is a refurbished property located in a desirable village location between the seaside resort of Exmouth and the historic City of Exeter. A perfect base to Explore Devon.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Hazelwood Lodge, Bigbury-on-Sea, Dartmoor

Hazelwood Lodge

Hazelwood Lodge (Image: Holidaycottages)

This property is located on a working sheep farm in the picturesque Devonshire countryside, within walking distance to two lovely country pubs, which make the perfect place to enjoy a delicious meal, or cosy up with a pint.

Dartmoor is just a short distance away, offering scenic walks, cycling routes, horse riding, and bouldering.

Eight miles south of the property, the village of Bigbury-on-Sea has a beautiful sandy beach, with access across to Burgh Island at low tide, either on foot or by sea tractor.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Honeybee Cottage, Bradford-on-Avon, Bath, Wiltshire

Honeybee Cottage

Honeybee Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

This grade II listed townhouse is set on a pedestrianised street boasts panoramic views over Bradford-on-Avon and beyond, offering stylish, yet colourful accommodation.

Situated at the top of a hill and within a 10 minute walk from the town centre which offers shops, cafes and excellent selection of restaurants and pubs. Bradford-on-Avon makes a wonderful base from which to explore Wiltshire and the Cotswolds and is just a 15 minute drive to the historic city of Bath with its famous Bath Spas, theatres, race course and rugby ground.

With the train station just a 15 minute walk why not catch a train to the thriving city of Bristol just 30 minutes away. Enjoy beautiful walks to Devizes and Bath along Bradford’s canal path where boat and bike hire can easily be arranged.

Golf at Cumberwell Park is within easy reach as well as a host of popular attractions Longleat, Lacock with its Abbey and gardens, Stonehenge, Stourhead House and Gardens to name but a few.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Jacobean Cottage, Bourton-on-the-Water, Cotswolds

Jacobean Cottage

Jacobean Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Situated within the quiet backwaters of Bourton-on-the-Water, the property is just a stone’s throw from the bustle of ‘Venice of the Cotswolds’. This quintessential Cotswold town offers a wide range of independent shops, cafes, restaurants and galleries to explore, all of which line the banks of the River Windrush.

The surrounding countryside is a walker’s and cyclist’s paradise all year round, with breath-taking scenery at every turn.

Soak up some local culture at nearby Chastleton House, Chedworth Roman Villa or Snowshill Manor, or venture a little further afield to visit Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

L’abri, Lower Slaughter, Cotswolds

L'abri

L’abri (Image: Holidaycottages)

This stunning detached converted barn set within enclosed grounds exudes charm and elegance and makes a stylish base for a relaxing Cotswold getaway.

Situated just a short walk from the picturesque village of Naunton, this property is an excellent choice for a slice of rural Cotswold life. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty boasts a wonderful selection of rural walks and cycle routes, taking in breath-taking countryside and pretty hamlets.

Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Broadway are all a short drive away, each offering a good selection of independent coffee shops, boutiques and galleries. Other nearby attractions include The Cotswold Farm Park, numerous National Trust properties and gardens and Daylesford farm shop.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Lechlade – The Old Dairy, Lechlade, Cotswolds

Lechlade - The Old Dairy

Lechlade – The Old Dairy (Image: Holidaycottages)

Well-situated to enjoy the many popular towns and villages such as Burford, Cirencester, Bibury, Stow-on-the-Wold, Bath, Tetbury and Cheltenham famous for the races, literature and music festivals.

You can explore the banks of the Thames with a wealth of picturesque riverside walks with traditional inns along the way, the quintessential village of Bibury for an afternoon tea, along with numerous National Trust Houses and gardens.

Nearby attractions include Kelmscott Manor, Buscott Park, next door Bushby Leaze Trout Fishery and Chedworth Roman Villa. Popular local events include the RAF air show at Fairford, Badminton and Blenheim Horse Trials and the Cheltenham Racing Festival.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Lew At Linhayes Farm, Lympstone, Devon

Lew At Linhayes Farm

Lew At Linhayes Farm (Image: Airbnb)

Lympstone is a coastal village with waterside cottages and narrow streets which sits on the edge of the lovely Exe Estuary.

Plan a walk or cycle along the picturesque popular estuary trail from Exmouth to Exeter.

The seaside resort of Exmouth is close by with its cliff top walks and stunning views of the bay, also with rock pools and seaside attractions.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Little Spinney, Lyme Regis, Dorset

Little Spinney

Little Spinney (Image: Holidaycottages)

Enjoying a secluded setting on a quiet, narrow country lane, this property offers wonderful rural walks from the doorstep with sheep and cattle as your neighbours.

Only a mile and a half away lies The World Heritage site of Lyme Regis, with its bustling harbour, historic Cobb and breath-taking Jurassic Coast for bracing beach and cliff-top strolls.

In Lyme Regis you will also discover a range of independent shops, stylish cafes, pubs and restaurants, perfect for stocking up on supplies and dining out.

Ideally situated for walkers and fossil hunters, with many local attractions to visit including the Marine Theatre, Marine Aquarium, the award winning Lyme Regis Brewery, River Cottage HQ and Canteen.

Other attractions include Seaton Tramway, Sidmouth, Chesil Beach and Abbotsbury Swannery, or perhaps book yourself on a local mackerel fishing trip.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Lower Roundhouse, Tavistock, Devon

Lower Roundhouse

Lower Roundhouse (Image: Holidaycottages)

This property enjoys a tranquil countryside location close to the edge of Dartmoor National Park, where visitors can enjoy access to miles of stunning walks, cycle rides and pony treks, across the ancient moorland.

The nearby town of Tavistock offers a weekly market, as well as an interesting array of shops and eateries, alongside a leisure centre and a theatre.

To the south of the property, within a thirty-minute drive, is the city of Plymouth which makes a fantastic place for a day trip, with its historic Hoe, marine aquarium, and art deco seawater pool. For those wanting to visit the seaside, a pretty sheltered sandy bay can be found at Bovisand, twenty miles from the property.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Michaelmas Cottage, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds

Michaelmas Cottage

Michaelmas Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

The peaceful village of Lower Swell enjoys an enviable location tucked into the valley enjoying the surrounding countryside, though just over a mile from Stow-on-the-Wold a quintessential English town, often referred to as the hub of the Cotswold’s with easy access to neighbouring towns and villages to include Lower Slaughter, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford.

Further afield, the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare’s birth place and Cheltenham home to the literature and food festival. More local attraction include Chastleton House and Gardens, The Cotswold Farm Park, Birdland, Hidcote Manor, Daylesford organic farm shop and Chedworth Roman Villas.

This picturesque terrace offers an entrance that’s traditional in style, the solid wooden door opens onto an inviting hallway with marble tiled floors and hanging space for those all-important coats, walking boots and walking sticks.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Mickleton Lodge, Chipping Campden, Cotswolds

Mickleton Lodge

Mickleton Lodge (Image: Holidaycottages)

Detached dormer property has been beautifully refurbished to offer a stylish home-from-home in the Cotswolds set within a quiet cul de sac within walking distance of amenities and a great base to explore the area.

Situated at the foot of the Baker’s hill, this delightful detached dormer bungalow with ample parking is within walking distance of Mickleton’s picturesque high street. Home to the world famous Pudding Club.

This charming rural village also boasts 3 pubs a church, shop, post office and traditional butcher.

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Three miles away, the market town of Chipping Campden has a charming limestone high street of independent shops, cafes and galleries. This also marks the starting point of The Cotswold Way, which dissects this beautiful Gloucestershire countryside perfect for cyclists and walkers.

There are many popular attractions nearby, including Batsford Arboretum, Birdland, Cotswold Farm Park, Cotswold Wildlife Park and Sudeley Castle together with many National Trust sites within the area such as Hidcote Manor and Snowshill Manor and Gardens together with the pretty village of Broadway and Broadway Tower to name but a few.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Murcott Farm – The Dairy, Gloucester, Cotswolds

Murcott Farm - The Dairy

Murcott Farm – The Dairy (Image: Holidaycottages)

With the Gloucestershire Way almost on the doorstep, this is an enviable location for walkers and cyclists alike, keen to explore the glories of the Cotswolds.

You will be well-placed for exploring The Forest of Dean and you can experience a wide array of outdoor activities such as cycling, walking, horse riding, fishing, canoeing and kayaking on the River Wye.

Or you could explore the River Severn, and experience the famous Severn Bore. The historic cathedral city of Gloucester is close by, and there are many wonderful National Trust properties including Chedworth Roman Villa, Hidcote Gardens, Westbury Court Gardens and Haresfield Beacon. Or you could even stay closer to home and meet the alpacas on the farm.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Naunton Little Barn, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds

Naunton Little Barn

Naunton Little Barn (Image: Holidaycottages)

The unspoilt village of Naunton sits at the head of the Windrush Valley and is just off the main tourist trail.

Well served with a traditional village pub, in a beautiful spot by the river Windrush, it’s a perfect base for enjoying the area, whether you’re walking, cycling or horse riding. A network of pathways weave their way across the breathtaking countryside and quaint Hamlets.

You will have easy access to a host of attractions including the Cotswold Farm Park, Naunton Golf Course and numerous National Trust properties and gardens. Further afield Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon are both great for a day at the races or a night at the theatre.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Overbrook Cottage, Cheltenham, Cotswolds

Overbrook Cottage

Overbrook Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

The village of Woodmancote enjoys an enviable location with the Regency Spa town of Cheltenham on its doorstep and a wealth of walking from your front door, with well waymarked paths that will take you across this countryside.

With an easy access for touring the larger Cotswold market towns to include Bourton-on-the-Water, Burford and Stow-on-the-Wold. Cheltenham famed for the Gold Cup and many festivals throughout the year.

Cirencester, Tetbury and Bath are also within easy reach. This area is rich in history and well served by the National Trust with houses and gardens to include The Roman Villa, Hidcote Gardens and Chastleton House.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Parys Lodge, Bredon, Cotswolds

Parys Lodge

Parys Lodge (Image: Holidaycottages)

Stylish Lodge perfectly positioned for couples, families looking to explore the countryside.

A tranquil rural location within the grounds of the owners’ home, this uniquely styled lodge offers comfortable accommodation with a contemporary style and is well suited for couples, keen walkers and small families to explore the Cotswolds.

The property benefits from direct walks from your door on Bredon Hill and the secluded location of the property means you are set within miles and miles of deserted footpaths and bridleways.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Piggy In The Middle, Lyme Regis, Devon

Piggy In The Middle

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This property is located close to Devon’s border with Dorset and Somerset and the historic market town of Axminster is just three miles away, offering a range of interesting shops and some well-regarded restaurants, including The River Cottage Canteen, which offers fresh produce grown at nearby River Cottage, of television fame.

One of the most popular destinations in the area is the town of Lyme Regis, popular with those who have an interest in fossils and palaeontology, thanks to its prime location on the famous Jurassic Coast.

The seaside town of Seaton also makes a lovely place for a day out, thanks to its with its vintage tramway which takes visitors on an enjoyable three-mile ride through the Axe Valley.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Pineapple Spa, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds

Pineapple Spa

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The quintessential village, Lower Swell enjoys a superb location nestled into the valley. Enjoying the surrounding countryside although, just a stone’s throw away from Stow-on-the-Wold a traditional Cotswold town, offering simple access to neighbouring towns and villages, to include Lower Slaughter, Broadway, Chipping Campden, Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford.

Further afield, visit the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon, Shakespeare’s birth place and Cheltenham, home to the literature and food festival and horse racing More local attractions include Chastleton House and Gardens, Broadway Tower, Hidcote Manor, Daylesford organic farm shop to name but a few.

Take in the grandness of the Georgian facade, enter the property and step back in time to the smallest spa in England. The lounge will simply take your breath away with high ceilings, a show stopping chandelier and gilded mirror sitting proudly above the fire place with wood burner, sit back and relax amongst the rich soft furnishings and take in the wonder of the spa or a favourite movie.

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Plough House, Chipping Campden, Cotswolds

Plough House

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Charming townhouse steeped in history perfect for exploring the Cotswolds with the benefit of being located in Chipping Campden with amenities within walking distance and a enclosed rear garden.

Located in the heart of bustling Chipping Campden, this is an excellent choice for guests wishing to bid farewell to four wheels for a while. Set out on foot to browse the town’s abundance of boutique shops, cafes and galleries, or sample some local produce in one of the popular pubs or restaurants.

Chipping Campden also marks the starting point of the Cotswold Way National Trail, which dissects this glorious countryside, passing pretty hamlets and villages along the way.

Also within easy reach are Shakespeare’s birthplace, Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham, home to the popular racecourse and literary festival. Boasting an array of original features including flagstone flooring, mullion windows, exposed beams and an inglenook fireplace, this quirky cottage delivers charm at every turn.

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Plymtree Studio, Devon

Plymtree Studio

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This property enjoys a tranquil rural Devon location yet is a short drive from a great selection of beaches, including the Victorian seaside resort of Sidmouth which boasts many listed buildings which hark back to the town’s heyday, and also Dorset’s Jurassic Coast including Lyme Regis.

Nearby, the market town of Honiton offers a range of independent shops, pubs, and restaurants, and the cathedral city of Exeter an fabulous selection of shops and eateries.

Foodies will also be in their element with salubrious Lympstone Manor, the floating River Exe Cafe and the town of Axminster, home to River Cottage, where the owner and celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall runs a programme of interesting cookery courses, all within easy reach.

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Robence, Plymouth, Devon

Robence

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Situated in a pleasant holiday park, this property is steps from three beautiful sandy beaches.

Head out at low tide and you’ll find a large expanse of open beach dotted with rock pools for exploring resident marine life, while on dry land wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy spotting the profusion of rare birds in the vicinity.

For a more cosmopolitan affair, head into nearby Plymouth and visit the historic Barbican area with its restaurants, shops, bars and National Marine Aquarium or walk up onto the Hoe with its swimming pool, cafes and bars.

A little further afield, other worthwhile attractions include Torbay, Paignton Zoo, Dartmoor as well as neighbouring Cornwall.

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Rock Cottage, Brixham, Devon

Rock Cottage

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Nestling in one of Britain’s most beautiful harbours and situated at the southernmost end of Torbay, this pretty fisherman’s cottage offers a unique holiday experience.

Visitors will notice there are panoramic views of the harbour and marina from every floor and a large balcony where you can sit back and relax overlooking the bustling old fish quay.

You will be a stone’s throw away from the harbour where there are a multitude of boats offering pleasure or fishing trips to visitors, an array of colourful cottages and numerous seafood restaurants, cafes, shops and pubs.

The English Riviera offers some of the best beaches in the country with sheltered bays, coves and rock pools and is the perfect arena to watch or partake in any number of water sports including scuba diving and sailing.

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Stow On The Wold Stables Cottage, Stow-on-the-Wold, Cotswolds

Stow On The Wold Stables Cottage

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Stow-on-the-Wold sits at the hub of the Cotswold’s with its mellow Cotswold stone architecture and breath-taking countryside. This vibrant market town offers a fine selection of boutiques, chic bistros and Cotswold inns with something to suit all tastes.

Its central location offers easy accessibility to neighbouring towns and villages to include Broadway, Chipping Campden, Bourton-on-the-Water and Burford. The Cotswold Way has great walking whatever the season. Further afield the historic town of Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare’s birth place and Cheltenham home to the literature and food festival.

More local attractions include Chastleton House and Gardens, The Cotswold Farm Park, Snowshill, Hidcote Manor and Daylesford organic farm shop.

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Sulima, Brixham, Devon

Sulima

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Brixham itself is renowned for its pretty harbour, a perfect spot for enjoying water sports or trying your hand at crabbing, offering a choice of beach and boasts an open air sea water lido at Shoalstone.

Surrounding this is an assortment of colourful cottages housing seafood restaurants, cafes, shops and pubs.

Head out and explore the rest of the English Riviera with an abundance of sandy beaches to explore, or just taking the foot ferry to Dartmouth or Torquay.

If an active holiday is more your style then there are plenty of things to keep you busy ranging from golf, walking and cycling. Other attractions within easy reach include Kents Cavern, Paignton Zoo, Living Coast, Quay West, Plymouth and Exeter.

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The Cottage At The Ridge House, Bath, Cotswolds

The Cottage At The Ridge House

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This Beautifully presented cottage, set within 2 acres of English country gardens creating a wonderful romantic escape for two. Ideally situated for visiting the Roman city of Bath and within easy reach of the pre-historic Stonehenge.

Set in 2 acres of established English country gardens adjoining the owner’s 17th century home. This traditional stone cottage with its spacious accommodation and welcoming open fire is perfect whatever the time of year.

Just 10 miles from the Georgian delights of Bath, known for its natural hot springs and 18th century Georgian architecture to include the Pump room and original Roman Bath. The cottage is within easy reach of picturesque Lacock, Corsham Court with its park designed by Capability Brown and the pre-historic stone circle of Stonehenge and Avebury.

Westonbirt Arboretum and the gardens at Highgrove inviting throughout the year are easily accessible.

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The Pad, Torquay, Devon

The Pad

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Romantic five-star studio apartment situated in a quiet location on the owner’s smallholding, just three miles from the chic resort town of Torquay on the beautiful English Riviera.

This stunning apartment enjoys a quiet location on the owner’s smallholding and is one of three high-quality properties on site.

The proximity to the resort towns of the English Riviera make this an ideal location for those who enjoy whiling away their days at the beach, sunbathing and swimming in the azure seas of Torbay.

The town of Torquay is just three miles south of the property, often seen as the most upmarket town of the Riviera, it offers an excellent range of shops, a choice of well-regarded eateries and of course some pretty beaches, which continue round the whole of the bay.

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The Secret Garden, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds

The Secret Garden

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Nestled within a cluster of Olde England Tudor cottages very close to Anne Hathaway’s cottage, a perfect retreat with flagstone floors an inglenook fireplace, along with a secret English country garden just perfect for relaxing and enjoying the evening sun. Set in the Warwickshire countryside, Stratford upon Avon offers both history and heritage.

With something for everyone, an afternoon boating on the River Avon, Anne Hathaway’s cottage, the thatched home of Shakespeare’s wife, the butterfly farm which houses the largest exhibit of butterflies in Europe.

For Shakespeare enthusiasts the Royal Shakespeare Theatre has an outstanding programme throughout the year.

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The Upper House Cottage, Evesham, Cotswolds

The Upper House Cottage

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This delightful beamed cottage adjoining the owner’s home retains much of its original character and charm, offering a warm and inviting welcome to all that come and stay.

Cleeve Prior is a small village in the Vale of Evesham on Worcestershire/Warwickshire border, offering easy access into Stratford-upon-Avon Shakespeare’s birthplace and Bidford upon Avon. A perfect base for enthusiastic walkers with direct access to the open countryside along with Chipping Campden home to the starting point of the Cotswold Way.

A little further, south the heart of the Cotswolds with many traditional villages and market towns to include Moreton-in-Marsh, Bourton-on-the-Water, Broadway and Stow-on-the-Wold. This area is also well served by the National Trust with properties and gardens to include Blenheim Palace, Ann Hathaway’s house and gardens and Hidcote Manor and Gardens to name but a few.

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This Little Piggy, Lyme Regis, Devon

This Little Piggy

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This property enjoys a quiet rural location close to Devon’s border and the popular town of Lyme Regis, with its fossil-rich beach, range of interesting restaurants, and array of independent shops, is within a twenty-minute drive, as is the town of Beer, where visitors will find Pecorama with its gardens and railway museum.

Also, within easy reach, is the seaside town of Seaton with its three-mile long tram route, along which vintage double decker trams take visitors through the beautiful surroundings of the Axe Valley.

At the centre of this attractively converted former-piggery is the light-filled open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner, which has been lovingly styled to provide a tranquil and restful country-style retreat, with comfortable sofa seating, dining table, TV/DVD, as well as large patio doors which open onto the private patio.

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Upper Roundhouse, Tavistock, Devon

Upper Roundhouse

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This property is one-of-three on this 160-acre farm, and offers comfortable, quirky accommodation for adults only. But, babies under six months are also welcome.

The property occupies the first floor of the farm’s roundhouse barn and is accessed by a flight of external stairs, which lead to the front door.

It is just three miles from the Devonshire market town of Tavistock, and a short drive from Dartmoor.

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Walnut Barn, Evesham, Cotswolds

Walnut Barn

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Situated within the owner’s grounds, the properties offer comfortable and unique accommodation, each property has its own individual style and has been sympathetically restored to showcase their historical features.

Step out into the heart of this village with its community shop, cafe and antique store. Bretforton is a traditional working village which stages some of its own events, such as the annual asparagus auction, the Proms in the Park, the Bretforton Village Show and Open Gardens.

Guests will be surrounded by breathtaking countryside offering way-marked paths. A short drive from Shakespeare’s birthplace with attractions to include Anne Hathaway’s Cottage, Hall’s Croft, Mary Arden’s Farm and the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Enjoy visiting Broadway and Chipping Campden with their traditional high street of honey coloured cottages, boutiques, antiques shops, cafes and restaurants.

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Wandas, Lyme Regis, Dorset

Wandas

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Beneath the owners’ contemporary Georgian style house yet offering a great degree of seclusion, this stylish studio apartment has space in abundance and is ideally situated for visiting both the coast and countryside, which are both within walking distance.

The village itself has a pub, shop and post office for those essential supplies as well as a thriving green, which the property overlooks, where you will find tennis courts, a football pitch and cricket club.

There is a footpath near the property which is ideal for a short walk and for exercising your four legged friends.

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West Nymph Lakeside Cottage, Okehampton, Dartmoor

West Nymph Lakeside Cottage

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Dartmoor National Park which visitors can be enjoyed by exploring on foot, bicycle, or even on horseback thanks to the choice of local riding stables.

The National Trust property, Castle Drogo is just nine miles away, a stunning country house with beautiful Lutyens-designed garden, and children’s Bunty House with its own miniature garden.

Also, the market town of Okehampton is a few miles away from the property, offering a range of shops and takeaways, whilst the cathedral city of Exeter is a thirty-minute drive to the south-east. p>

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West Quither Farm Cottage, Tavistock, Devon

West Quither Farm Cottage

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This delightful cottage is perfect for walkers, cyclists and nature lovers alike, tucked away down a quiet narrow lane in a peaceful hamlet.

Visit one of the many beaches on the north and south coasts of Devon and Cornwall or explore the rugged landscape of Dartmoor.

The charming town of Tavistock, the scenic Tamar Valley, designated as a part of a World Heritage Site, Lydford Gorge and various National Trust Properties are all nearby.

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Winter’s Tale, Stratford-upon-Avon, Cotswolds

Winter's Tale

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The pretty cottage is traditional in style with its characteristic exposed low beams and wooden floors and is just a short distance from the heart of Stratford upon Avon though enjoying a peaceful location within a cluster of character properties.

Just perfect for making the most of Shakespeare’s birth place. Shottery, the home of Anne Hathaway, offers easy access to some of Warwickshire’s historic towns including Stratford upon Avon, with the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, and the market town of Warwick with its impressive castle.

A little further afield, are the more traditional Cotswold villages of Broadway and Stow-on-the-Wold. A wealth of National Trust properties to explore, Charlecote Park set within a landscaped deer park and Coughton Court an imposing Tudor house with a collection of catholic treasures.

Enthusiastic walkers will enjoy the well waymarked paths to include canal walks, circulars and the heart of England Way.

Relax in the comfortable beamed lounge with TV/DVD and electric wood-burner.

You can enjoy eating in the bright and sunny dining area after cooking in the well appointed kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is also a utility room with washer/dryer.

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Scotland

Scotland is one of the most perfect locations in the UK. There are best places available in Scotland where couples can consider to spend excellent quality of time next to a coastal side.

Adams House Coldingham, Scottish Borders

Adams House

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Offering a secluded spot on the outskirts of Coldingham, a village in the Scottish Borders, is this charming one-bedroom annexe property, Adams house.

Attached to the owner’s home set on their idyllic working farm, this quaint ground-floor abode offers a romantic retreat for a couple seeking the fresh, northern air of Scotland.

Spend a bright afternoon walking along the rugged coast, and come home to a warm, inviting sitting room, heated by an eco-friendly biomass heater and solar panels, you can settle down on the vibrant sofa and rest your legs.

You will enjoy the splendid decor that pops with colour, with rustic touches like the decorative woodburning stove adding a certain homeliness, and spend a quiet evening watching a film on the TV.

Step into the beautifully-fitted kitchen, home to an electric oven and hob, along with a slimline dishwasher, and rustle up some favourite go-to recipes, or prepare a picnic for a day in the outdoors.

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Garraidh Ghorm Pod Conista, Fort William, Isle of Skye & The Western Isles

Garraidh Ghorm Pod

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In the township of Conista, just a couple miles from the coast of Kilmaluag Bay, by the breathtaking coastal village of Balmaqueen on the Isle of Skye, home to a bounty of wildlife and rugged landscapes, is where you can find Garraidh Ghorm Pod, a wooden pod providing cute and compact holiday accommodation for you and your loved one.

Surrounded by an enclosed garden with grasses and wildflowers, this pretty property is ideal for a romantic break for avid walkers.

Take in the quaint look of the pod and your beautiful countryside surroundings before hanging up your coats and kicking off your boots on the porch, find the homely open-plan living space where you will be relaxing during your stay.

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Kirk Cottage, Scottish Borders

Kirk Cottage

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A cosy, end-terrace cottage situated in the quiet hamlet of Hownam, nine miles from the town of Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders.

Comfortably furnished, Kirk Cottage makes an ideal peaceful retreat for two, where you can make a lovely cooked meal in the kitchen before enjoying it in the dining area, and then relax with a glass of wine in front of the woodburning stove in the sitting room.

Outside, there’s an enclosed decked area, a perfect place to sit and unwind with a good book or dine alfresco after a day’s walking, cycling or round of golf, with the nearest course just ten miles away.

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Kirkgate Cottage Chirnside Near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Scottish Borders

Kirkgate Cottage

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This lovely, semi-detached stone cottage is situated in the village of Chirnside near Duns and Berwick-upon-Tweed in the Scottish Borders.

It is a charming cottage ideal for couple or small family with a pub just down the road and many places to visit nearby.

Once inside you will find a charming sitting room with an open fire, where cosy nights in can be enjoyed after a day out and about exploring the area.

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Lantonhall West Wing Lanton Near Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

Lantonhall West Wing

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This is a cosy cottage surrounded by unspoilt countryside on the outskirts of the village of Lanton, two miles to the west of Jedburgh.

The quaint cottage is ideal for couples wanting a romantic break away in a peaceful location.

Surrounded by open countryside this property is all on the ground floor, with one double bedroom and a walk-in wet room which is ideal for the less nimble.

While, this cottage has a well-equipped kitchen with dining area, where you can prepare a lovely meal before settling down in front of the woodburning stove in the sitting room.

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The Garden House Chirnside Near Berwick-upon-Tweed, Scottish Borders

The Garden House

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This beautiful converted stable is located next to the owners’ working arable and livestock farm in rolling countryside, a mile from the Borders village of Chirnside.

If you are looking for a quiet, peaceful break for just the two of you, miles away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life, then look no further.

Enter the cottage into the spacious, open plan living area which boasts a well-equipped kitchen with all the essentials for rustling up a countryside gourmet dinner, which you can then enjoy at the dining table.

Afterwards simply kick off your shoes and curl up on the two sumptuous sofas to relax and enjoy your evening.

On warmer days, from the living area you can go straight out onto the patio, a lovely spot for breakfast or for alfresco dinners.

The enclosed garden and patio are a sun trap, and what could be nicer than chilling out in your own enclosed garden, relaxed in the knowledge that your doggies can’t stray and are safe within your sight.

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The Old Mill Staffin, Fort William, Isle of Skye & The Western Isles

The Old Mill

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A charming, detached converted old mill in a delightful riverside location situated in Staffin, a friendly crafting community on the magical Isle of Skye.

This cottage would have been a busy place many years ago and an exposed stone wall in the kitchen and other character features are a pleasant reminder of its past history.

This bright and spacious cottage is ideal for a family, group of friends, or a couple who will enjoy exploring the fabulous Isle of Skye and all that it has to offer.

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Thistle Doo Ancrum Near Jedburgh, Scottish Borders

Thistle Doo

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A charming single-storey, detached lodge situated alongside the owner’s property, on their working livestock farm, near Ancrum in the heart of the Scottish Borders.

Set along a short track from the owner’s home and accessed via seven steps, this welcoming lodge is surrounded by livestock farmland and is an ideal getaway for a couple seeking a quiet break surrounded by beautiful countryside.

Once inside this charming lodge you will find a double bedroom, a shower room and an open plan living area, whilst to the rear is a decked area, where you can sit and relax whilst admiring the uninterrupted views across fields and hills.

There is a paddock and stabling nearby should you wish to bring your horse, and walks and bike rides can be enjoyed around the surrounding countryside.

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Wales

Now-a-days Wales has become a popular holiday destination among holiday-makers in the UK. There are best coastal places available in Wales, where couples can spend romantic times while enjoying breath taking views.

Apartmont 28 Colwyn Bay, North Wales & Snowdonia

Apartment 28

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Overlooking the beautiful beach of Colwyn Bay, in walking distance of a fantastic range of amenities and attractions, Apartment 28 is a true delight of a holiday home.

Resting on the third floor of the Ocean View apartments, this bolthole offers contemporary and stylish accommodation in an extremely desirable location on the Welsh coast.

Make yourselves at home within the open-plan living space, a nautically-themed spot with every essential need to enjoy a relaxing break.

Take a seat on the sofa before the television, or toast to a terrific holiday whilst sitting at the glass top dining table, with a delicious dinner simmering on the hob in the amply-equipped contemporary kitchen.

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Black Mountains Bolthole, Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons

Black Mountains Bolthole

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This charming detached cottage is set in the heart of the Black Mountains and has wonderful views from the elevated garden. This is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

The cottage is set at the foot of the Sugar Loaf Mountain, and part of the Brecon Beacons National Park and the Black Mountains are all around you, so great walks are available from your door.

Situated next door to the owner’s home where fresh eggs and treats are available from the owner’s kitchen, this is the ideal spot for some rest and relaxtion.

Take a trip to the market in Abergavenny, Crickhowell which is 6 miles away is great for small local stores. Visit one of the many historic houses, gardens and castles such as White Castle, Longtown, Grosmont and Raglan Castle. Hay-on-Wye with its famous Literary Festival is approximately a 40 minute drive away.

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Bluebell Shepherd Huts, Crickhowell, Brecon Beacons

Bluebell Shepherd Huts

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A pair of private, romantic shepherds’ huts with incredible walks straight from your door and a good pub close by.

This property has been hand-crafted by the owner from local hillside timber, Spring Farm’s authentic shepherds hut, winners of a county award, are situated in a hawthorn-fringed meadow, which becomes a sea of bluebells in late spring.

With a stunning panoramic view down the whole length of the Bryn Awr Valley to the Brecon Beacons – one of the loveliest vistas in Wales.

Crickhowell, is just a short drive away with great independent shops, pubs and coffee shops. In the market town of Abergavenny, you will find a Norman Castle, farmers’ markets and the fabulous Food Festival each September.

Brecon, Hay-on-Wye, Cardiff and Hereford are all in easy reach, as well as Wales Industrial Heritage sites in Blaenavon. Nearby attractions include The River Usk in Crickhowell for trout and salmon fishing with day licenses from The Bridge Inn Pub.

The River Cafe in Glasbury is the top canoe rental spot co-located with Wye Valley Canoes. There are also a selection of good riding centres within easy reach.

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Bryn Eglwys Cottage, Porthcawl, South Wales

Bryn Eglwys Cottage

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This quaint Welsh stone cottage is set within the grounds of a private house. It is simply charming, with restoration retains its exposed stone walls and wooden beams. Directly opposite the cottage is the Kenfig Nature Reserve which is a designated Site of Special Scientific Interest and offers a range of activities including bird-watching and hiking.

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Throughout the year the area is packed with things to see, explore and discover. It is perfectly placed for a number of attractions including mountain biking at Margam Country Park with its 1000 acres of countryside that includes a castle, a deer park and a visitor centre.

Bryngarw Country Park is also nearby with stunning woodland areas, lakes and a pond. Also close by is Cowbridge, a picturesque market town situated at the heart of the Vale of Glamorgan. Other nearby attractions include Rest Bay and Trecco Bay, the McArthurGlen Shopping Outlet at Bridgend for those wishing to enjoy a day shopping with a lazy lunch.

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Glan Meon Cottage Barmouth, North Wales & Snowdonia

Glan Meon Cottage

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Discover this beautiful stone-built cottage tucked away behind Barmouth’s high street, holding a private and secluded position in this bustling seaside town, Glan Meon Cottage presents a delightful place to stay.

This property is perfect for a couple looking to relax by the sea and at the same time be within easy reach of fabulous walks and trails in the Snowdonia National Park.

Find Glan Meon Cottage by heading down several picturesque alleyways and past some lovely cottages to find your home-from-home in Barmouth.

Enter and be welcomed into the unique living space, with a ladder in the center leading up to the mezzanine bedroom level, and an open-plan layout below with fully reclining sofa where you can relax when you’re not out exploring.

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Grosmont Coach House, Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons

Grosmont Coach House

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The property has been elegantly re-decorated to ensure that it is very comfortable and thoughtfully considered so guests can spend a week or more without waiting for anything, located in the grounds of the owners home your privacy is respected at all times.

Located in the heart of the village of Grosmont, there is a pub, post office, a church and a castle almost on the doorstep. Centrally located, it is a great base for exploring Abergavenny, Monmouth and Herefordshire, as well as having the Wye Valley in one direction and the Brecon Beacons National Park in the other.

Cyclists and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy the location, with spectacular routes. The Wye Valley is peppered with Norman Castles, Grosmont Castle being one of a famous trio along with Skenfrith and White Castle.

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Pebbles Cottage Gileston, Gileston, South Wales

Pebbles Cottage Gileston

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Charming cottage finished to a high-standard throughout, situated in the quiet seaside village of Gileston, on the South Wales coast, just 6.5 miles from Barry Island.

This property enjoys a quiet location in the Vale of Glamorgan, just a short walk from the pebble beach in the seaside village of Gileston. The beach is perfect for those who are looking to escape the crowds and simply enjoy the tranquil surroundings, however, for a complete change of scene, nearby Barry Island offers a livelier taste of seaside life.

Located less than seven miles away from the cottage, Barry is a favourite day trip for holidaymakers and locals alike, offering a fun seafront pleasure park with a good range of both thrilling and family friendly rides.

A little further to the west, some fifteen miles from the property, the Welsh capital Cardiff is a vibrant city with a fantastic choice of shops, bars, museums, and arts venues, as well as a host of attractions including Cardiff Castle, Bute Park, and even a tour of Dr Who locations.

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Rees Cottage, Porthcawl, South Wales

Rees Cottage

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This property is situated in a village location just three miles from the town of Brigend in South Wales. There is plenty to see and do in the area, whatever visitors interests are.

Those who enjoy scenic walks in beautiful landscapes, for example, may want to spend some time exploring the Merthyr Mawr Sand Dunes, or perhaps pay a visit to Bryngarw Country Park. Or maybe a trip to the seaside resort of Porthcawl is more your style, with its seven beaches, traditional seafront fun fair, and Grand Pavilion Theatre.

Those who enjoy shopping, dining, and tasting some of the local culture, will love the fact that both Cardiff and Swansea are within easy reach of the property, with both of them being around twenty miles away. (Please check admittance for the various attractions).

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Rowan Cottage – Brecon Beacons, Crickhowell, Brecon Beacons

Rowan Cottage

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Romantic cottage set within the hillside with breath taking views over the Black Mountains and walking from your doorstep.

Perched in a truly wonderful location with breathtaking views of the Black Mountains. There are a number of walks straight out of the front door with acres of common land to explore, or stroll down to the Brecon and Monmouth Canal.

The cottage is close to the market town of Abergavenny with its Norman castle, shops and famous annual Food Festival. Nearby attractions include Crickhowell with lovely independent shops and village pubs.

Some of the best caves in Europe and caving for all levels, are to be found on Llangattock Escarpment, there are local companies that will guide you. Riding trails across the Black Mountains are close at hand.

Brecon Beacons National Park and Black Mountains have numerous walking and cycling trails for all abilities. Brecon, Hereford and Cardiff are all within easy reach. Some of Wales’s best restaurants are within a short drive.

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The Boutique B & B, Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons

The Boutique B & B

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Converted from a traditional bull pen and set on a pretty farm in the rolling Monmouthshire countryside. The Owners live within the grounds but privacy is assured at all times on your trip.

The Forest of Dean & Wye Valley are in one direction and the dramatic Brecon Beacons National Park in the other the area is perfect for walking and cycling. For shopping the quaint country towns of Usk and Raglan are the closest.

Abergavenny and Monmouth are both larger market towns within easy reach, weekly markets and a supermarket for essentials. Take a trip to Tintern Abbey, easily combined with a visit to Chepstow Castle, The Roman Fortress in Caerleon is also worth a visit.

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The Comfy Cow Llansoy near Raglan, South Wales & Pembrokeshire

The Comfy Cow

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A fabulous converted bull pen, The Comfy Cow commands outstanding views over the Black Mountains and the Brecon Beacons, sitting in a quiet and serene location in Llansoy near Raglan in Monmouthshire.

A romantic retreat for two awaits with an unspoilt landscape to provide the background to your couples adventure.

Completed to a high quality specification and decorated with quirky cow-themed touches throughout, The Comfy Cow is a joy to stay in.

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The Cwtch Hut, Usk, Brecon Beacons

The Cwtch Hut

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Set within the prettiest of farm settings you would never guess you were just twenty minutes from the Severn Bridge. Rolling countryside and castles galore, all easily explored from the cosiest of huts.

Perfectly nestled between the Wye Valley in one direction and the beautiful Brecon Beacons National Park in the other, there’s plenty to head out and explore with walks from the door including a stroll down the lane to the local pub. Fantastic fishing nearby on the River Usk, with day permits available in Usk.

Kayaking and Canoeing readily available on the River Wye. There are castles littered around the Monmouthshire countryside, Raglan Castle is just a few short miles away, or a day trip around the trio of Whitecastle, Grosmont and Skenfrith Castles.

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View Of The Valley Hut, Monmouth, Wye Valley

View Of The Valley Hut

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Nestled in ancient woodland, this aptly named hut overlooking the dramatic Usk Valley is wonderfully green and calm with a riot of bluebells carpeting the floor each spring. Off grid luxury and romance in complete seclusion, you’re but a quick drive down the hill to nip in to the urban world.

Whizz past the Wye Valley, noting the Michelin restaurant as you go and within a matter of minutes you’ll find yourself in the market town of Monmouth, complete with pop up Friday street food festivals and handy local stores.

Spend days exploring the Wye Valley, with picnic or paddle in hand, explore ancient ruins, high wires and cycle routes in the nearby Forest of Dean, or stride out for the mountains in the Brecon Beacons National Park.

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Willow Cottage, Crickhowell, Brecon Beacons

Willow Cottage

Willow Cottage (Image: Holidaycottages)

Romantic hideaway set within the Black Mountains but yet amenities a short drive away in the local villages that surround the area.

This romantic holiday cottage is set high up in the hills offering magnificent views. Inside it is warm and cosy, with a contemporary feel and a simple layout, making it very easy to feel at home and enjoy spreading out the maps and guidebooks to plan your weekend adventures.

Located high in the Black Mountains above the villages of Crickhowell and Llangattock, with plenty of pubs and local coffee shops between them, there are plenty of water holes to quench your thirst after a day in the hills.

In fact, Crickhowell was awarded ‘2018 High Street of the Year’! There is pony trekking and caving nearby too. The famous book town of Hay-on-Wye is 30 minutes away, with international acclaim for its annual literary festival, there are independent second hand bookshops to browse.

Nearby attractions include Llangattock Escarpment which is well known for having some of the best caves in Europe, there are local guides available to help you explore. Stroll along the lane to the Wern Riding Centre for a few hours in the saddle up on the hill.

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Wood Shack, Abergavenny, Brecon Beacons

Wood Shack

Wood Shack (Image: Holidaycottages)

Romantic unique property to make you feel at one with nature but within easy reach to local amenities so you’re not completely isolated.

Originally a writer’s cabin, this cosy shack feels off the beaten track, yet is really very easy to get back to the real world. Many items made by the owner from a native ash tree can be found within the structure of the property.

Explore the private woodland, listen to the birds, relax in the hammock by the stream or enjoy stunning trails from the doorstep. Across the lane walk the Sugar Loaf Mountain or stride out into the Brecon Beacons National Park or Wye Valley, both within easy reach.

There are exceptional road trails and mountain biking within the area and The Black Mountains are home to pony trekking centres. The town of Crickhowell is within easy reach and good for stocking up on local fayre. The historical city of Hereford with Cathedral and Mappa Mundi and Hay on Wye, famous for the annual Hay Festival and numerous second hand bookshops, are both good for day trips.

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2 Castle Cove, Dromahair, County Leitrim

2 Castle Cove

2 Castle Cove (Image: Sykescottages)

This superb detached property in an idyllic position, is set in an ideal location where you can enjoy a true slice of rural life.

This is an ideal holiday home for friends and families wishing to explore this fantastic part of the country.

However, this delightful property is lovingly decorated to offer guests a home away from home, whilst exploring the wonders of Dromahair.

Upon entering the property, you will be greeted by a large hallway, left from here is the sitting room, with ample seating.

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28 Church Street, Cahersiveen, County Kerry

28 Church Street

28 Church Street (Image: Sykescottages)

Boasting contemporary charm and a lavish interior, 28 Church Street makes a great base for those seeking to be at the centre of the action of the charming town of Cahersiveen, surrounded by historic, coastal delights.

Perfectly suited for a couple’s retreat or getaway with friends, you’re sure to create everlasting memories whilst discovering all of the excitement of County Kerry.

Begin your discovery of the property in the sitting room, hosting a snug corner sofa and large tub chair to cosy into, this room provides the perfect spot to retreat to after a busy day of adventuring.

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Beattie’s Cottage, Caledon Near Killylea, County Tyrone

Beattie's Cottage

Beattie’s Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

Settled on the outskirts of the village of Caledon in close reach of the action of Kimbolton, stands this enchanting dwelling, Beattie’s Cottage.

Perfect for a romantic escape to Ireland, this semi-detached cottage offers an idyllic position and a welcoming aura.

Inside, the sitting room offers a traditional feel where you can settle down with your loved one in front of the woodburning stove for a romantic evening indoors.

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Carramore Meadows, Knock, County Mayo

Carramore Meadows

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This cosy and stylish mid-terrace cottage is located on the outskirts of the famous village of Knock in County Mayo.

Situated in the heart of a peaceful and well-maintained development, this lovely cottage is the perfect base for couples or small families to explore the region and discover all of its delights and attractions.

Boasting a contemporary interior, guests can enjoy a welcoming sitting room which opens into the kitchen and dining area.

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Cookies Cottage, Ballyshannon, County Donegal

Cookies Cottage

Cookies Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

The Cookies Cottage is situated on the main road between Ballyshannon Co.

Cosy, quaint interiors with wood burning stove and exposed ceiling beams, this cottage will make you feel warm and welcome.

Although, the owners have lovingly restored the traditional look whilst offering comfortable accommodation to make you feel relaxed during your stay.

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Courthouse, Lorrha, County Tipperary

Courthouse

Courthouse (Image: Sykescottages)

Across the road from stunning ruins of an old abbey, Courthouse offers a delightful stay in a vibrant area of Ireland.

With its ravishing red doors, this property holds a lot of character and quirky style, a lovely location to spend on your romantic retreat.

As you head on through the front door you will be greeted by a marvellous open-plan living space, here you can find a kitchen area perfect for all your self-catered holiday, needs, a dining area for you to enjoy your dining, and a relaxing living area fit with a woodburning stove where you can cosy up on the sofa with a glass of wine to spend quality time with your loved one.

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Dolan’s Cottage, Drumkeeran Near Carrick-on-Shannon, County Leitrim

Dolan's Cottage

Dolan’s Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

This cosy, detached, single-storey cottage lies in a superbly elevated position overlooking beautiful views of the valley below.

Lough Allen, just three miles from the rural village of Drumkeeran in County Leitrim.

Tastefully decorated and lovingly furnished throughout, this Drumkeeran cottage has been renovated from its previous form to offer a comfortable base for couples looking for a tranquil and romantic retreat.

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Fitzpatricks Cottage, Clough Near Ballacolla, County Laois

Fitzpatricks Cottage

Fitzpatricks Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

Situated in the heart of the countryside, in the hamlet of Clough near the village of Ballacolla in County Laois is this delightful detached cottage.

This charming cottage has been awarded the Fáilte Ireland Welcome Standard rating and has been lovingly decorated and furnished to provide comfortable accommodation for couples or groups of friends with all the features and characteristics of a traditional Irish cottage, including a feature fireplace and thatched roof.

However, this lovely holiday home is centred around the open plan living area which boasts a well-equipped kitchen, dining area and cosy sitting area all complemented by a solid fuel stove for added comfort during your stay.

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Geoghegans Cottage, Clough Near Ballacolla, County Laois

Geoghegans Cottage

Geoghegans Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

Situated along a quiet, rural road near the hamlet of Clough and four miles the village of Ballacolla in County Laois is this charming stone-built, detached cottage.

This traditional cottage has been awarded the Fáilte Ireland Welcome Standard rating and has been lovingly furnished to offer a romantic retreat for couples with both modern comforts and traditional features, including an impressive fireplace and picturesque half door.

The cottage centres around a cosy open plan living area and boasts a small, but well-equipped kitchen, dining area and sitting area, which are all complemented by a solid fuel stove.

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High Nelly Cottage, Clough Near Abbeyleix, County Laois

High Nelly Cottage

High Nelly Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

A charming stone-built cottage, finished with a neat thatched roof and located in the rural hamlet of Clough, near the town of Abbeyleix in County Laois.

High Nelly Cottage offers a characterful holiday home, and with its typical exposed beams and old range set in the kitchen, it provides the perfect place for your traditional Irish getaway.

Enter the property through an old-fashionable stable door into the sociable open plan living area.

To the right you will find a kitchen complete with a range cooker, the heart of this captivating cottage, where you can prepare delicious meals for all to enjoy, and to your left you will find the sitting area, with a dining table separating the two spaces.

So after dinner, you can retire to the comfy sofas and relax with your feet up in front of the electric stove whilst planning tomorrow’s adventures.

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Killeavy Apartment Cloughoge Near Newry, County Down

Killeavy Apartment

Killeavy Apartment (Image: Sykescottages)

Located within the grounds of the owner’s home and a short distance away from the bustling city of Newry is Parkview Apartment.

This all-ground-floor holiday accommodation is ideal for a couple wishing to explore this part of Northern Ireland with Carlingford Lough, Mourne Mountains and the Ring of Gullion AONB awaiting to be explored.

After parking your car within the gated drive, soak up the far-reaching views of Slieve Donard, the highest mountain in Northern Ireland before entering your bolthole.

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Lis-Ardagh Cottage 2, Union Hall, County Cork

Lis-Ardagh Cottage 2

Lis-Ardagh Cottage 2 (Image: Sykescottages)

The charming cottage offers guests comfortable accommodation in one of west Cork’s most beautiful regions.

This detached cottage has been lovingly furnished and boasts a well-equipped, fitted kitchen and separate sitting room, each of which open out to a front patio.

Two delightful bedrooms, both of which are tastefully decorated, complete the accommodation. It is an welcoming cottage, ideal for a couple or family.

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Lough Island Reavy Cottage, Kilcoo, Newry, County Down, County Down

Lough Island Reavy Cottage

Lough Island Reavy Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

Set on the outskirts of the village of Kilcoo in the heart of the Mournes, this detached cottage sits overlooking a beautiful Lough after which it is named, Lough Island Reavy Cottage.

In a secluded spot with fields of cows as neighbours, this picturesque location, with stunning views and peaceful tranquillity is the perfect country getaway for couples wanting to enjoy a short stay in a designated area of outstanding natural beauty.

It is an ideal location for hill walkers, cyclists, golfers, photographers and anyone looking a romantic break.

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Moybella Lodge, Lisselton Near Ballybunion, County Kerry

Moybella Lodge

Moybella Lodge (Image: Sykescottages)

A delightful, detached, self-contained house located next to the owner’s home and just a short drive from the popular seaside resort of Ballybunnion, County Kerry.

This lovely, single-storey Ballybunnion cottage has been furnished to a modern standard and provides welcoming accommodation, perfect for a couple looking to discover this beautiful area of the Emerald Isle.

The ground floor of the cottage near Ballybunnion offers privacy, as the bright and airy living area looks across the fields and hills of north Kerry.

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Mr McGregors’ Cottage, Gortin, County Tyrone, County Tyrone

Mr McGregors' Cottage

Mr McGregors’ Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

A delightful, traditional little cottage in the fantastic Northern Irish countryside, 0.5 miles from the delightful village of Gortin.

Mr McGregor’s Cottage is set in a breathtaking stunning location and has cute, compact open plan living making it perfect for a romantic for a couple’s retreat.

Walk through the traditional farm door and take a step back a few decades as it reveals a farmhouse-style kitchen with red tiled flooring and an antique open fire.

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Mrs Delaney’s Loft, Ardfinnan Near Clonmel, County Tipperary

Mrs Delaney's Loft

Mrs Delaney’s Loft (Image: Sykescottages)

This cosy, self-catering studio apartment spans the first floor of a traditional stone building on a working farm near Marlhill in the wonderful Tipperary countryside, half a mile from Ardfinnan and eight miles from Clonmel.

The welcoming self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan makes a charming base for couples exploring this lovely area.

Also, the homely studio accommodation in this self-catering apartment near Ardfinnan comprises a double bed, a compact kitchen area, dining area and a sitting area, all presented under an airy, vaulted, beamed ceiling.

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No. 4 Lansdowne Village, Kenmare, The Ring of Kerry, County Kerry

No 4 Lansdowne Village

No 4 Lansdowne Village (Image: Sykescottages)

The contemporary mid-terrace cottage is situated in a charming development one mile from Kenmare, a character town in South Kerry.

This Kenmare cottage has been tastefully decorated and furnished throughout to offer stylish accommodation for couples looking for a romantic getaway or friends wishing to explore the South West.

At this cottage near Kenmare, you will find two bedrooms, one of which has the added luxury of an en-suite shower room.

The spacious open plan living area encompasses a well-equipped, fitted kitchen, a dining area that opens out to the rear patio and a bright and airy sitting area with decorative fire.

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Nora’s Cottage, Riverstown, County Sligo

Nora's Cottage

Nora’s Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

This cosy detached cottage lies just a few miles from the rural village of Riverstown yet only 20 minutes’ drive from Sligo itself, in the eastern part of County Sligo, famously known as Yeats County.

Although, the delightful cottage has been finished to a high standard throughout, and offers comfort and quality for guests wishing to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and discover this scenic part of Ireland.

The cottage boasts three well-presented bedrooms where you can get a peaceful night’s sleep, and a stylish fitted kitchen with dining area where you can wine and dine with your loved ones.

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Rambler’s Rest, Manorhamilton, County Leitrim

Rambler's Rest

Rambler’s Rest (Image: Sykescottages)

Enjoying a unique location nestled amongst the rolling Leitrim countryside is this delightful detached cottage.

Located just four miles from Manorhamilton, this Leitrim cottage sits in a setting of unrivalled tranquillity at the foot of a mountain and next to a babbling stream.

This Leitrim cottage combines traditional features with modern conveniences, which results in an inviting home-from-home, suitable for a couple or small group looking to escape the hustle and bustle of daily life.

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Rathnure Cottage, Rathnure Near Enniscorthy, County Wexford

Rathnure Cottage

Rathnure Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

This delightful, terraced cottage is situated on the owners’ working stud, cattle and sheep farm, 2 miles from Rathnure and 9 miles from Enniscorthy and New Ross, County Wexford.

Set on 300 acres of land, this Wexford cottage has lovely rural surroundings.

Children will love to see the spring lambs and foals on the farm, collect the eggs from the hens in the morning or make a visit to the owners’ pet pot-belly pig who lives in the yard beside the cottage.

Tennis is available on site by arrangement with the owners, ideal for an afternoon of energetic fun.

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Robertson’s Cottage, Caledon Near Killylea, County Tyrone

Robertson's Cottage

Robertson’s Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

A stone-front, semi-detached cottage sitting within a rural location in Northern Ireland, Robertson’s Cottage makes a wonderful base for a couple seeking a relaxing, romantic escape.

Stepping inside this traditionally-styled dwelling you can find the sitting room, boasting a warming woodburning stove for the winter months, there’s no better spot to settle down for some quality time with your loved one.

The kitchen/diner is an equally as wonderful room, however holding more of a contemporary interior; here you can find all the essential appliances including an electric oven and hob, microwave and a fridge/freezer, so you can easily rustle up a romantic meal before sitting together at the table and toasting to your wonderful retreat.

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Robin’s Roost 2, Cornamona, County Galway

Robin's Roost 2

Robin’s Roost 2 (Image: Sykescottages)

A delightful semi-detached cottage situated on the outskirts of the quaint village of Cornamona, County Galway.

Finished in a modern style, this wonderful Cornamona cottage features all ground floor accommodation perfect for a romantic break or a relaxing holiday with friends and family.

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Rosnacarthna More Apartment, Beaufort, County Kerry

Rosnacarthna More Apartment

Rosnacarthna More Apartment (Image: Sykescottages)

In the small town of Faha in the scenic County Kerry, attached to the owners’ beautiful home is this amazing annexe, Rosnacarthna More Apartment.

Boasting exposed beams, high ceilings and a feature stone chimney breast, this property is full of character, while being finished to contemporary degree, this property is ideal for couples or a small family.

Walking into the property brings you straight into the open-plan living space, where you’ll be immediately struck by the grand high ceilings and exposed beams and the overall stylish layout.

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Ryan’s Loft, Ardfinnan Near Clonmel, County Tipperary (

Ryan's Loft

Ryan’s Loft (Image: Sykescottages)

Set on a working farm with Connemara ponies, this lovely studio apartment is half a mile from Ardfinnan and eight miles from Clonmel in County Tipperary, set on the first floor of a traditional, stone building.

Perfect for couples, it makes a wonderful, rural base for a romantic retreat uncovering the delights of Ireland’s South East and its beautiful countryside.

The property offers studio accommodation comprising a double bed, a kitchen, a sitting area and a dining area, nestled beneath a peaked ceiling with exposed beams.

Nearby, enjoy fishing on the River Suir or, pull on your walking boots and take a stroll along its banks.

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Shraigh Beach, Belmullet, County Mayo

Shraigh Beach

Shraigh Beach (Image: Sykescottages)

A superb detached cottage situated in a simply stunning location, within walking distance of Shraigh Beach, near Belmullet, County Mayo.

Finished in a contemporary style, this Belmullet cottage is an idyllic haven for couples or small groups looking for a unique and memorable holiday in a truly special location.

The spacious sitting room is comprised of beautiful furnishings with quirky touches throughout, with the bar area being a wonderful complement to the comfy sofas and warming multi-fuel stove.

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Summerhill Cottage, Ballybrollaghan Near Mountcharles, County Donegal

Summerhill Cottage

Summerhill Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

Situated in the townland of Ballybrollaghan, near Donegal town and only a short drive from the village of Mountcharles, is this quaint semi-detached cottage.

This cosy and romantic cottage near Mountcharles has been lovingly furnished throughout and is the perfect place to escape with your loved ones.

Boasting two comfortable bedrooms, this Mountcharles cottage is also ideal for friends wishing to explore and discover this stunning county.

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The Corrauntoohail Suite Beaufort, County Kerry

The Corrauntoohail Suite

The Corrauntoohail Suite (Image: Sykescottages)

Take a relaxing break away in the beautiful County Kerry and stay in this homely cottage apartment, The Corrauntoohail Suite.

Posing the perfect setting for two, this one-bedroom, ground-floor layout is fabulously positioned near a host of attractions like Lough Leane and Gap of Dunloe, for ample walking and angling opportunities.

Settle down in the tranquil open-plan living space where two sumptuous armchairs offer each guest a spot to relax, sit with a glass of wine before the homely electric fire and discuss what the next day will bring.

Before watching a film, delight in whipping up a simple dish in the sleek kitchen space, offering an electric oven and hob, and a fridge, for assisting in you in your preparations for a romantic dining experience.

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The Mermaid, Dungloe, County Donegal

The Mermaid

The Mermaid (Image: Sykescottages)

Enjoying captivating views of Maghery Lough, the Atlantic Ocean and Arranmore Island on the outskirts of the bustling town of Dungloe is this old country house, The Mermaid.

This spacious accommodation has been designed with large groups in mind, perfect for a number of couples, friends and families seeking to explore Ireland’s rugged coastline and wild landscapes.

The property is charming with a maritime theme throughout.

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The Schooner, Goleen, County Cork

The Schooner

The Schooner (Image: Sykescottages)

Set on the edge of this small rural village, The Schooner enjoys a fabulous location in County Cork.Sitting in 9-acre grounds, this large detached house boasts a family-friendly setup for you to enjoy with your loved ones.

The ground floor plays host to a twin room with views over towards the sea and a single room, sharing use of the modern shower facilities.

Also on this level is an open-plan living room with a well appointed kitchen and large dining area at which to gather together for home cooked meals.

The lounge area boasts a cosy open fire and patio doors leading through to the sun room.

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The Tack Room, Lismullen Near Navan, County Meath

The Tack Room

The Tack Room (Image: Sykescottages)

Resting within close reach of the coastal attractions of Dublin and beyond, The Tack Room is a fantastic property to base your romantic retreat to this exciting part of Ireland.

Providing a homely aura and traditional interior, it’s a true marvel of a property, set an in idyllic position yet not far from the action.

Inside you will find a spacious open-plan living area, where a multi-fuel stove takes centre stage in the inglenook, perfect for warming you up in the winter months as you sink into the sofa with a well-deserved beverage.

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Whispering Willows – The Thatch, Carndonagh, County Donegal

Whispering Willows - The Thatch

Whispering Willows – The Thatch (Image: Sykescottages)

This is an excellent traditional semi-detached thatched cottage one mile from the town of Carndonagh on the striking Inishowen peninsula of Donegal.

Also, this wonderfully presented cottage is the perfect romantic base for couples looking for a tranquil haven for their Irish break.

Spacious and lovingly renovated to provide guests with traditional touches as well as contemporary features, this cottage has been furnished to a high standard and will not fail to impress.

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Willowbrook Cottage, Askill, County Leitrim

Willowbrook Cottage

Willowbrook Cottage (Image: Sykescottages)

This charming traditional single-storey stone cottage sits in a rural location in the townland of Askill in County Leitrim, on the border with County Donegal and close to the Northern Ireland border too.

However, this welcoming Askill cottage is ideal for two couples or groups of friends, and with both an open fire and solid fuel stove, is warm and cosy throughout the year.

Furnished in a traditional cottage style, this cottage in Askill has two well-presented double bedrooms, a shower room, kitchen with open-fire and sitting room with solid fuel stove.

Outside this Askill cottage is an enclosed lawned garden with small stream running alongside.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

Woodside Chalet, Rosscahill Near Oughterard, County Galway

Woodside Chalet

Woodside Chalet (Image: Sykescottages)

This semi-detached Oughterard cottage is attached to the owner’s home and has been lovingly furnished, comprising of one double bedroom with an en-suite shower room, along with an open plan living area which has a single sofa bed.

Also, the cottage near Oughterard is an ideal base for a couple or small family.

There are additional information about the cottage available from here.

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