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Turtledove Hideaway in near Whitchurch, Shropshire, West England

Turtledove Hideaway, near Whitchurch, Shropshire, West England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £525

Self catering accommodation in near Whitchurch sleeps 2.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Romantic Breaks • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Cottage Sleeps

Accommodation overview:

Turtledove Hideaway details

Stylish and exuding elegant sophistication and romance, Turtledove Hideaway is the perfect bijou bolt hole for lovebirds looking for a romantic break whilst being surrounding by pastoral landscapes, offering views across the rolling hills and beyond.

This sweet self-catering hideaway is sure to inspire romance in all those that visit. Beautifully furnished, the interiors are straight from the front pages of a magazine. Being only 320 square feet, it was recently named as one of the most amazing tiny homes in the UK. In June 2014, it featured in Ideal Home Magazine as an extreme transformation, it made for interesting reading as to how what was originally a garage became such a beautiful retreat.

Approached via a private lane, with the main house alongside, guests can enjoy privacy and seclusion from the main house courtesy of the screened willow.

Situated in the oldest market town in North Shropshire, close to the border of England and Wales. Shrewsbury, Chester and Wrexham are all easily accessible. Whitchurch is indeed itself a thriving market town, offering a wealth of independent shops, coffee shops, pubs and restaurants to suit all tastes. The Cross Foxes in Erbistock is a short drive and sunny evenings are best spent sitting looking up river watching the fisherman in their waders casting flies for salmon. Ludlow also nearby has seven Michelin starred restaurants. For those that may wish to completely relax there is the option of arranging for an in-house chef prepare a mouthwatering meal in the comfort of the romantic surroundings (subject to availability and additional charges).

After a day exploring you can return to snuggle up on the comfortable sofas in front of a beautiful crackling fire, or enjoy the vast walking opportunities on offer in the Shropshire countryside. A vast range of historic houses and gardens lie within a 20 mile radius, making Turtledove a great place from which to explore.


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Oat Hill Farmhouse in Snowshill, Worcestershire, West England

Oat Hill Farmhouse, Snowshill, Worcestershire, West England

Sleeps 16
Weekly prices from £2263

Self catering accommodation in Snowshill sleeps 16.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Golf near by • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 16

Accommodation overview:

Oat Hill Farmhouse details


An imposing 17th Century Farmhouse with a wealth of character features throughout situated in the heart of Snowshill a quintessential Cotswolds village - only three miles from the beautiful village of Broadway.

The village sits on the top of the escarpment and is only a five-minute drive from Broadway and approximately 15/20 minutes from Chipping Campden, Moreton-in-Marsh and Stow-on-the-Wold.

Completely refurbished during 2012, the property benefits from a huge kitchen/breakfast room with enormous open fireplace, and seven bathrooms serving the eight bedrooms. Exposed beams and stonework appear throughout and there are flagstone and wood floors on the ground floor. There is a large south facing garden and a patio area suitable for outside dining.

Less than a three-minute walk away the village boasts a popular pub, The Snowshill Arms. There is a village church and the area is very popular with walkers. Broadway, 'The Jewel of the Cotswolds' is less than three miles away and boasts several excellent restaurants, tea rooms and shops.

Snowshill Manor and gardens and Cotswold Lavender Farm with their gift shops and tea rooms are well worth a visit.

There is easy access to Evesham, Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Oxford.


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Buckland Wood Barn in Broadway, Worcestershire, West England

Buckland Wood Barn, Broadway, Worcestershire, West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £443

Self catering accommodation in Broadway sleeps 4.

Features include: • Internet Access • Romantic Breaks • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Cottage Sleeps 4

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Buckland Wood Barn details

Buckland Wood Barn is a detached Cotswold stone holiday home, situated at the end of a quarter-mile long hard-surface drive.

Located on a hillside a mile above Broadway, the setting has breathtaking views across the valley (designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty) up to Broadway Tower.

The National Trust owned Snowshill Manor is a mile away and so, too, is the nearest pub.

The Barn is in the grounds of 16th century gamekeeper's cottage which has some 50 acres including a private wood and stream. There are some fantastic walks on the doorstep, including the Cotswold Way (which runs some 500 yards from the property).

There are many historical properties to see, along with pubs and restaurants to visit. There is a good small supermarket in Broadway and an excellent butcher.


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Lower Moor Lodge in Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire, West England

Lower Moor Lodge, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £608

Self catering accommodation in Hay-on-Wye sleeps 4.

Features include: Wheelchair Accessible • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview: Lower Moor Lodge, Hay on Wye is a lovely, cosy cottage located conveniently for this historic and delightful literary town. The cottage, which is over 200 years old and was once the lodge to the Lower Moor Manor, has a wealth of period features, including original flagstone and wooden flooring and wood burning stove. The owners have cleverly mixed old and new to make it a very charming home. There is a lovely garden and super views to the south. The property is located just 15 mins level walk from Hay centre with its shops, cafes and restaurants. (Hay on Wye is a world renowned for its book festivals and book shops NB: 'Hay Festival' is charged at Xmas ratesACCOMMODATION (all on one level, with two steps to bedroom 1)Entrance through to Kitchen.Kitchen, equipped with Rayburn hob and oven, dishwasher, fridge (no freezer), washer/dryer plus table and two chairs. Stable door to garden and patio area.Dining Room, a lovely room with a view towards the garden, table and four chairs.Living Room with flagstone floor and large rug, plus one sofa and two chairs, log burner, TV with DVD player. Bedroom One with super view, double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawersBedroom Two with two single bedsBathroom with bath, electric shower over, WC and washbasinOutsideThe cottage enjoys a good size garden which surrounds the property, including off-street parking. The garden is lovely with many cottage style plants along with a patio with table and chairs. Beyond there are fields in one direction while the town is in the other. Saturday Changeover Please. One Pet Welcome. No Cot or high chair supplied. Heating & Electricity included, as well as a starter pack of logs. (The property is suitable for those with limited mobility, but please do note that there is a step into each bedroom and that the shower is in the bath.)Short Breaks welcome October to Easter, except School Holidays. Otherwise, short breaks only at 3 weeks notice.


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Coach House in Fishpools, Herefordshire, West England

Coach House, Fishpools, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £274

Self catering accommodation in Fishpools sleeps 2.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Romantic Breaks • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview:

Coach House (Herefordshire) details

The Coach House is a studio conversion quietly situated in the grounds of Fishpools which is a traditional 16th century timber framed house. Rated 4-star by the tourist board, it is reached via a quarter of a mile track and is in a very rural position.

Guests will enjoy a south facing private decked area with far-reaching views across fields and farmland which is perfect for watching the sun go down, making this an ideal cottage for a romantic holiday.

Leading directly from the cottage is an extensive network of footpaths and bridleways where badgers, woodpeckers, buzzards and owls may be seen.

Tenbury Wells, an attractive spa and market town in the Teme Valley, is four miles away and the fine Georgian town of Ludlow is only a 25-minute drive.


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Temple of Diana in Weston-under-Lizard, Shropshire, West England

Temple of Diana, Weston-under-Lizard, Shropshire, West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £989

Self catering accommodation in Weston-under-Lizard sleeps 6.

Features include: • Internet Access • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview:

Temple of Diana details

Please note that this property is currently under refurbishment, photographs will be available towards the middle of June 2015

The Temple of Diana, built in the 1760’s for Sir Henry Bridgeman, is located within 1,000 acres of ‘Capability’ Brown Parkland on the Weston Park estate.

The Temple is a masterpiece of the 18th century architect James Paine whose work can also be seen at Chatsworth and Alnwick Castle to name a few. Sir Henry Bridgeman inherited Weston in 1764, as grandson of Lady Anne Newport, sister of the 4th Earl of Bradford of the 1st creation. He started spending heavily on improvements to the House and wider estate. He ordered fine furniture in London, commissioned the stunning Gobelin tapestries from Paris and instructed the legendary ‘Capability’ Brown to landscape the park. It was Sir Henry’s vision that was to leave a lasting impression on the landscape at Weston.
As a multi-purpose 18th century garden building, the Temple has many intriguing features which will be enjoyed by guests 21st century style; a three-bay glazed Orangery used for the cultivation of exotic plants with a spectacular outlook over the landscape; the circular Tea Room ,where the lady of the house would take tea and the Octagonal Music Room where the family would gather for recitals.

The Temple was undoubtedly integral to Brown’s plans, nestled in Temple Wood, one of only five Pleasure Grounds conceived by Brown. The Temple’s north side was intended to be seen from across Temple Pool and was inspired by Andrea Palladio’s 16th century Venetian works and therefore gave the front and back of the building two very different architectural styles depending on how the visitor approached the estate.

The Weston Park Foundation, the independent charitable trust that now owns and maintains the estate is giving this very special property a new lease of life, balancing comfort and modernity whilst respecting its heritage.
A short break in the Temple will be a truly unique experience.


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Long Cover in Kyre, Herefordshire, West England

Long Cover, Kyre, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £397

Self catering accommodation in Kyre sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview:

Long Cover details

Long Cover is a detached cottage, rated Gold 4-star by the tourist board, in a very rural position in Fishpools, Kyre, near Tenbury Wells in Worcestershire.

This traditional 16th century timber frame house is surrounded by tranquil farmland and is situated half a mile from the nearest road. There are magnificent views in all directions over the Teme and Kyre valleys, ancient woodland and unspoilt farmland. It has a wealth of features including exposed beams, an old oak staircase, leaded light windows, an Aga and wood burning stove. The patio looks out over the Long Cover ancient woodland that is rich in wildlife. This raised and tranquil cottage has magnificent views across fields and farmland.

Guests will enjoy a private patio at the side which looks on to Fishpools and an ancient oak woodland. The cottage is in an ideal location for an outdoor break in Worcestershire.

Leading directly from the holiday cottage is an extensive network of footpaths and bridle ways where badgers, woodpeckers, buzzards and owls may be seen.

Places to visit in this part of Worcestershire include Tenbury Wells, an attractive riverside spa and market town in the Teme Valley (four miles away). The fine Georgian food town of Ludlow, renowned for its castle and restaurants, is a 25-minute drive away. Further attractions are Leominster, renowned for its antique shops, Hay-on-Wye, famed for its antiquarian book shops, the Ironbridge Museum at Telford, the Severn Valley Railway, West Midlands Safari Park and the Malvern Hills.


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Upper Mowley in Titley, Herefordshire, West England

Upper Mowley, Titley, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 16
Weekly prices from £1793

Self catering accommodation in Titley sleeps 16.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Golf near by • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 16

Accommodation overview:

Upper Mowley details

Upper Mowley is a bright and spacious farmhouse in a wonderful (and totally private) position with far reaching views on all sides.

Situated in the West of Herefordshire near the Welsh border, the house is surrounded by its own ancient rolling pasture land. The nearby farm buildings are no longer used for farming and there are now indoor games areas, including a full size indoor tennis court and table tennis room.

A perfect outdoor break, there is unbeatable walking with the Mortimer Trail (from Ludlow to Kington) and Offa's Dyke nearby.

Guest Note: Floor plans are available on request


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Shepherds Hay in Stanton, Worcestershire, West England

Shepherds Hay, Stanton, Worcestershire, West England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £565

Self catering accommodation in Stanton sleeps 2.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview: Shepherd's Hay is a classic cosy country cottage located in one of the Cotswolds most quintessential villages'. The cottage is full of Cotswold charm - mullion windows, beams, inglenook fireplace and oozes country character and yet provides all the mod cons that one would expect from a very high standard of self catering. This chic cottage is as ideal for couples looking for a weekend retreat or longer break, as it is suitable for groups of four given the extra two beds available. Perhaps above all else this offers the superb mix of having an excellent property set right in the heart of this amazing village. The High Street, where the cottage is situated, is simply gorgeous: gorgeous Cotswold buildings, nothing more than the odd car and some horses plus a superb pub! You will struggle to get find a more classic Cotswold cottage!ACCOMMODATIONEntrance through to lobby with hanging and space for boots etc. Living Room very cosy room with sofa, two armchairs, inglenook fireplace, bookcase with a wide selection of books with TV and DVD player. There is also a door to the garden.Kitchen beautifully presented, with electric hob and double oven with grill, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, dishwasher and washing machine. There are also doors to the garden.Dining Room with table and four chairsUpstairsMaster Bedroom, lovely and large, with double bed (4ft 6in) wardrobe with shelving plus chest of drawers, plus TV with DVD playerBedroom Two with two, large, full size and hand made bunk beds, wardrobe with shelving*Bathroom with bath, power shower over, WC and washbasinOutsideTo the rear of the cottage is a delightful, enclosed garden with table and chairs. The cottage is situated on the quiet village High Street, with on street parking plentiful.One small Pet welcome, strictly downstairs only. Starter logs supplied. Heating and elec included. Wifi IncludedDamages Deposit required in advance of arrival.  * This room is charged at £40 per bunk/person p/w or short-break.


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The Piggery in Lydney, Gloucestershire, West England

The Piggery, Lydney, Gloucestershire, West England

Sleeps 5
Weekly prices from £536

Self catering accommodation in Lydney sleeps 5.

Features include: • Garden • Pub near by • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 5

Accommodation overview: The Piggery is a stunning cottage situated in a simply divine location at the foot of the Wye Valley and Forest of Dean. Set in the middle of a large meadow, in the depths of the countryside above the River Severn, The Piggery enjoys complete peace and quiet with some incredible views across classic open countryside. Inside, the cottage has been beautifully restored and has all the modern comforts and conveniences whilst retaining the character of the original building. The accommodation is all on one level which means that it is suitable for those with limited mobility. Village shop has now re-opened (hoorah!) and pub in nearby village - are both a stroll away! We particularly like this property, it's location and fabulous viewsACCOMMODATION (all on one level)Ground FloorEntrance to open plan Living Room with Dining area and Kitchen, Kitchen, fully equipped with Rangemaster cooker with double oven, four ring hob, hotplate and ceramic hob, fridge, dishwasher, washing machineLiving Room with sofas and chairs, TV and DVD and large windows to private gardenBedroom One with double bed, wardrobe and chest of drawersBedroom Two with two single beds and patio doors to the garden and Ensuite shower, WC & hand-basinBedroom Three with single bed and wardrobeFamily Bathroom with bath, shower above, WC & hand-basin.Outside There is a large, private garden which overlooks the surrounding fields and meadows. There is garden furniture immediatly outside the property.Central heating and electricity included in rental. Parking for two cars. Regret No pets. Cot and highchair available.


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The Oaks in Inwood, Shropshire, West England

The Oaks, Inwood, Shropshire, West England

Sleeps 10
Weekly prices from £904

Self catering accommodation in Inwood sleeps 10.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Golf near by • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 10

Accommodation overview:

The Oaks details

The Oaks is a detached country holiday house in a tranquil position in the South Shropshire hills, one of the UK's designated Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Situated on the side of the Long Mynd, this luxury self catering rental enjoys stunning views over the surrounding hills.

The Oaks has been refurbished to a high standard and offers contemporary, spacious and light accommodation. The garden is approximately two acres and is surrounded by post and rail fencing and hedges. Two large, sunny stone patios with teak furniture face west and south with delightful views over Shropshire's Caradoc and Lawley Hills.

Situated in an ideal location for an outdoor break with numerous walks and mountain bike rides from the front gate, which leads directly onto National Trust land. The nearest golf course is at Church Stretton and is the third highest in the country with fantastic views! A number of traditional country pubs with great food, open fires and real ale are situated a short drive away.

The property is ideally placed for visiting the medieval Shropshire town of Shrewsbury with its speciality shopping, fine foods and amenities. Five minutes away is Church Stretton, a Victorian spa resort and finally Shropshire's gastronomic capital Ludlow, with its Michelin-starred restaurants.

Nearby for children, is Shropshire's historic working farm at Acton Scot, the Secret Hills Discovery Centre at Craven Arms or the interactive museums of Ironbridge.


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Pool Head Cottage in Westhide, Herefordshire, West England

Pool Head Cottage, Westhide, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £397

Self catering accommodation in Westhide sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Fishing near by • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview:

Pool Head Cottage details


Located on the Westhide Estate, Pool Head Cottage provides a contemporary and cosy holiday get-a-away, in the beautiful county of Herefordshire. The quiet village of Westhide is hidden away, just two miles from the A4103 which links the charming cities of Hereford and Worcester making it easily accessible from the M5. Hereford is just six miles away and benefits from a mainline station so access by rail is an option. Both cities are within easy driving and offer a wide choice of restaurants, shops, entertainment and attractions.

The accommodation on the Westhide Estate offers a peaceful environment in which to relax and unwind. Enjoy walking through its 400 acre oak woodland, fishing in one of its many pools or just sipping a glass of wine whilst enjoying incredible views of the Malvern Hills and Black Mountains - both of which provide outstanding hiking, mountain biking and horse riding opportunities. Enthusiastic walkers can easily walk the three miles to the neighbouring village of Withington to find the Cross Keys public house, (bar only), and local shop. Food and wine connoisseurs will enjoy visits to Westons Cider, the Three Choirs vineyard and historic wool town of Ludlow - famous for its numerous Michelin Star restaurants - time it right and you could enjoy one of the many fantastic local food festivals, including Abergavenny and Ludlow .

Other attractions in the area include the historic Eastnor Castle, the beautiful gardens at Hampton Court, Symmonds Yat, horse racing at Hereford and Cheltenham and the many farmers' markets hosted in the local market towns of Ledbury, Ross-on-Wye and Hay-on-Wye - also home of the Guardian Literary Festival.London to Westhide approx. three hours.


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