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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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Whites Farm Barn in Ledbury, Herefordshire, West England

Whites Farm Barn, Ledbury, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £1045

Self catering accommodation in Ledbury sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview: Whites Farm Barn is absolutely stunning and probably one of the best barn conversions we have seen. Set deep within the countryside the property offers a real countryside experience and yet is within a convenient distance of one of the regions most delightful market towns - Ledbury. Internally the barn is presented in a welcoming and attractive open plan style, with large open spaces displaying the oak beams and original 'cross windows'. These period features mix beautifully with some contemporary touches such as underfloor heating. There is also the added benefit of a ground floor bedroom and bathroom. Externally the barn has an enclosed garden to the front and enjoys a lovely location situated down a quite lane within a little hamlet. The owner provides a super welcome basket (and maybe a little homemade Perry!!) and informs us that you can now order Waitrose deliveries to your door. This is an excellent choice for those who like quality, space and something a little historic. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit.Short Breaks welcome all year round.ACCOMMODATIONEntrance into vast Living Area.Living Area with three sofas and easy chair, flatscreen TV with Freeview with DVD playerKitchen / Dining area. Table and six chairs, Kitchen with electric hob and oven. microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, washer/drier and dishwasher. Bedroom One with twin beds and wardrobe. Bathroom One with large walk in shower, WC,washbasin and heated towel railUpstairsBedroom Two with double bed, sofa, hanging rail and chest of drawers.Bathroom Two with bath, handheld shower, WC, washbasin heated towel rail.Bedroom Three with king size bed, chest of drawers and hanging rail.Underfloor heating throughout, upstairs and downstairs*OutsideThere is a lovely, enclosed garden with a couple of fruit trees around the property with bench and separate table with benches.Off-street Parking. Strictly Babes in arms or children aged 5 + ONLY. *The underfloor heating is set at a constant level of warmth (dependent on the time of year naturally!) and is included within your price. Any additional requirements may be charged by the owner separately, at cost.No Pets. No Smokers. Short Breaks welcome year round, outside July, August and the Christmas/New Year period. Damages Deposit of £150 payable on arrival. Waitrose will deliver!Wifi Internet available


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3 Palace Yard in Hereford, Herefordshire, West England

3 Palace Yard, Hereford, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £397

Self catering accommodation in Hereford sleeps 6.

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

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3 Palace Yard details

Palace Yard is a four-storey townhouse in the heart of the city of Hereford. Set in the beautiful Cathedral district, it enjoys direct and uninterrupted views of the Cathedrals spectacular West Door and its Cloisters from most windows. The property has been recently renovated and refurbished to a high standard, blending period features with contemporary furnishings.

Whilst Palace Yard is picturesquely situated directly opposite the Cathedral, Chained Library, and the world famous Mappa Mundi exhibition, it is just a two to three minute level walk from the bars and restaurants of Broad Street, as well as the boutique shops in nearby Church Street. The recently opened Old Market development is a further three to five minute level walk housing a Waitrose, a six-screen Odeon cinema and numerous further bars and restaurants.

The surrounding countryside is rural with National Trust properties, wonderful walks and country pubs. The picturesque market towns of Ledbury, Leominster and Ross are all within a 15 mile radius. Hereford also makes a good base for the festivals at Hay, Ludlow, and Cheltenham throughout the year.


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Blacksmiths Cottage in Boresford, Shropshire, West England

Blacksmiths Cottage, Boresford, Shropshire, West England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £274

Self catering accommodation in Boresford sleeps 2.

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

Accommodation overview:

Blacksmiths Cottage details

Blacksmiths Cottage is a detached barn conversion offering spacious accommodation on a single level.

It is set in a very rural secluded valley on the borders of Wales, Herefordshire and Shropshire, offering easy access to popular places such as Ludlow, Leominster and Hay on Wye.

Locally there are many walks in the lovely countryside and two bicycles are included should you prefer. The nearest country pub is situated in Lingen just four miles away with many further restaurants including two Michelin starred in the medieval town of Ludlow.

There are local amenities in the local town of Presteigne or Knighton. The nearest train station is Knighton which is five miles away.


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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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The Gatehouse in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, West England

The Gatehouse, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £582

Self catering accommodation in Bridgnorth sleeps 4.

Features include: • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Romantic Breaks • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview:

The Gatehouse details

The Gatehouse at Upton Cressett is one of the most romantic and historically significant gatehouses in the country, often compared to the Tower at Sissinghurst Castle in Kent. It has won the Best Hidden Gem award at the 2011 Hudson's Heritage Awards and was recently voted runner up in the 2015 Hudson's Heritage Award for best luxury accommodation.

The property has its own imposing entrance gates, gravelled drive-way and parking. Wrought iron gates lead through to a medieval courtyard and 16th century cobbled archway.

Prince Rupert, nephew of Charles I and commander of the royalist troops,stayed in the Gatehouse during the Civil War and the panelled bedroom he slept in is named after him.

Built in 1580 as an entrance to the moated manor of Upton Cressett Hall,the turreted Gatehouse with bedroom suites on two floors has been featured on the cover of Country Life and was admired by Nikolaus Pevsner. In his acclaimed book Best Houses of Britain, Simon Jenkins described the Gatehouse as 'an Elizabethan gem'.

There is a long-standing story that the young Edward V (one of the princes in the Tower), son of King Edward IV, stayed at the early manor in 1483 on his fateful journey from Ludlow Castle (some 17miles away) to the Tower of London. Others who have stayed in the Gatehouse, as well as Prince Rupert, include Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher and Sir Denis Thatcher, Elizabeth Hurley and many writers.

The Gatehouse can be taken in conjunction with The Coach House (also in our brochure) to provide accommodation for eight guests.


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Bearwood House and Cottage in Pembridge, Herefordshire, West England

Bearwood House and Cottage, Pembridge, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 15
Weekly prices from £1389

Self catering accommodation in Pembridge sleeps 15.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Hot Tub • Golf near by • Pub near by • Games Room • Cottage Sleeps 15

Accommodation overview:

Bearwood House & Cottage details

Bearwood House is a half-timbered property in an idyllic rural holiday setting. The House is adjacent to but entirely separate from Bearwood Cottage. If the house and cottage are booked together there is ample space in the dining room to accommodate 15 guests.

Endless entertainment is provided. In the sunken garden there is a luxury outdoor hot tub for 6 people. The games room contains a pool table, tennis table and darts board. Six bicycles including a tandem, croquet, badminton, boules and many other garden games are provided. There is a Wii, a playstation 2, an iPod docking station and a good selection of board games. Tennis is available at the owner's house nearby. Free wireless broadband is provided.

The house is set in grounds of more than an acre with an arboretum, sunken garden and loggia.

The 15c New Inn, post office, delicatessen and farm shop are a mile away in the picturesque "black and white" village of Pembridge. The Michelin-starred Stagg Inn is within 15 minutes' drive and the market towns of Ludlow (with a further 2 Michelin-starred restaurants) and Hay-on-Wye are within 25 minutes' drive. Golf at England's highest golf course and flying lessons are nearby. Numerous other outdoor pursuits can easily be arranged.

Places to visit within the area include:
Berrington Hall - A fine house created by Henry Holland, explore the many rooms or relax by the lake.
Croft Castle - Home of the Croft family for nearly 1000 years the castle has many stories to uncover.
Hampton Court and Gardens - Offering a variety of events throughout the year, the castle dates back to the 15th Century and has an interesting history.
Hergest Gardens - Set in the Heart of the Welsh Marshes with stunning views towards the Black Mountains.
Ludlow Castle - A fine Medieval Castle with a fascinating history, makes a great day out for all the family.
Hereford Cathedral - A beautiful building, home of the Mappa Mundi.
Monkland Cheese Dairy - A working dairy farm. Learn and discover the methods of cheese production with an experience day.
Dunkertons Cider Mill - Makers of traditional organic Cider and Perry with a shop on site.
Leominster Antique Centre - Situated in the middle of the town with over 25 antique shops to visit.

Special Events within the area include:
Hay on Wye Festival Offering two festivals through the year, the first taking place 21-31 May 2015, the Winter festival taking place 29 November - 1 December 2014.


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The Coach House in Bridgnorth, Shropshire, West England

The Coach House, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, West England

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £397

Self catering accommodation in Bridgnorth sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview:

The Coach House (Shrops) details

The Coach House at Upton Cressett is a beautifully converted former 19th century coach house adjacent to Upton Cressett Hall and winner of Best Hidden Gem at the 2011 Hudson's Heritage Awards.

The property features exposed beams, a large sitting room with high ceilings leading out through French Windows to a private patio, and access to the historic gardens of Upton Cressett.

Upton Cressett is a secluded hamlet deep in the Shropshire countryside, but lies within four and a half miles of historic Bridgnorth and five miles of the small, pretty market town of Much Wenlock. It is accessed by a winding and, in places, steep lane which leads to the Hall. Next to the Hall is the historic Norman church of St Michael with its 12th century wall paintings.

Upton Cressett is a haven of peace and rural beauty - an ideal place to explore the Heart of England, from the gastronomic centre of Ludlow to the Ironbridge Gorge Museum, the Shropshire hills and many other historic houses, gardens and nurseries including David Austen Roses.

The Coach House can be taken in conjunction with The Gatehouse (also in our brochure) to provide accommodation for eight guests.


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Llangain Farmhouse in Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire, West England

Llangain Farmhouse, Hay-on-Wye, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £979

Self catering accommodation in Hay-on-Wye sleeps 8.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 8

Accommodation overview: Llangain Farmhouse enjoys one of the most spectacular locations imaginable. Situated on a hill overlooking the Wye Valley, you can literally stand awe struck at this utterly magical view. With over 250 years of history this is a holiday home that comes highly recommended with traditional features throughout, including beams, thick walls and three woodburning stoves. The house has been restored using local craftsmen and materials (such as Herefordshire Oak) to create a one off property. The cottage can sleep up to 12 as there is an additional barn for an extra two people. We see this as a wonderful converted farmhouse with a location that is unparalled.ACCOMMODATION Farmhouse (sleeps 6/8, 4 bedrooms) Entrance to Living Room with wood burning stove, two sofas (one a sofa bed*) plus armchairs, large TV with integral DVD/CD player. Kitchen, fully equipped with electric cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, dining table and chairs, woodburning stove and storage heater. Bathroom with bath (with shower fitting), washbasin and WC. UpstairsBedroom One with 5ft double bed and wardrobeBedroom Two with twin beds, standard size and wardrobeBedroom Three with 3ft wide bunk beds. Bedroom Four (accessed via a steep oak ladder stairs, suitable for the more agile), with twin/double bedroom. The Barn (sleeps 2) with an open-plan mezzanine bedroom. The barn is presented in a traditional style with beams and flagstone floor, it is open plan with steep stairs to the gallery bedroomKitchen with electric cooker, microwave and a fridge/ freezer, dining table and chairsLiving Area with sofa and armchair TV and video, a piano plus woodburning stove and storage heater. Shower Room with shower, WC and washbasinUpstairsGallery Bedroom, accessed via a steep oak stairladder with double bed. OutsideA lovely garden of half an acre with the most magical views, a sunny part-paved courtyard, BBQ, picnic tables, benches and soft reclining chairs.Friday Changeover please. Cot available. Short Breaks welcome through out the year excluding Summer months, Easter, Xmas/New Year, Half terms and Hay Festival. Heating by storage heaters and wood-burning stoves. Electricity and logs are included all year. Linen provided, but NOT towels. Pets welcome. Cot provided. This property can be rented with Bullens Bank for large parties.*Sofa bed charged £40 extra per weekend or per week.Important Note: the property is reached via a steep stone track which is not suitable for 'low-profile' cars.


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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

Accommodation overview:

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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Little Marstow Cottage in Ruardean, Gloucestershire, West England

Little Marstow Cottage, Ruardean, Gloucestershire, West England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £427

Self catering accommodation in Ruardean sleeps 2.

Features include: • Garden • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview: Little Marstow Cottage is cosy, cosy, cosy! Set on the slopes above the Wye Valley, this delightful holiday cottage is a real gem - surrounded by green fields and from the garden there are spectacular views of twenty miles plus over the surrounding countryside towards the Brecon Beacons. Once a wee farmhouse, and first built at the beginning of the 18th century, the self catering accommodation retains much of the character of the original building and now provides a warm and welcoming character home in a delightful setting. Inside character features include a wood-burner and beams while outside you have a private garden and little bothy - perfect for relaxing on those long summer days. This is an excellent base from which to explore this beautiful area and represents superb value for money.  ACCOMMODATIONGround FloorEntrance to lobby leading to KitchenKitchen, equipped with electric hob and oven, microwave and fridge. Snug / Dining Room with chairs plus table and chairs. Living Room with wood-burner, three arm chairs plus TV, DVD and digibox and views to the private gardenBathroom with bath, electric shower above, WC and washbasinFirst FloorMain Bedroom with double bed, plus wardrobe and chest of drawers. Additional Single Bed available on the landing area, a good size area!  OutsideA delightful garden overlooking the fields can be found to the front of the cottage. To the rear there is further space with an extra Bothy with seating ideal for enjoying those 'sundowners'! Modern night storage heating and radiators running from the wood-burner. Parking for one car. Stabling available for ponies and horses. Regret No Pets. Regret No Children under 10 years .LocationForest-of-Dean, Wye Valley, Symonds Yat, Ross-on-Wye, Tintern Abbey, Ledbury, Forest-of-Dean cycleway, canoeing and fishing on the River Wye. Country walks from your doorstep. Local shop and Inn serving good food 2 miles.


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Great Catley Hop Kilns in Bosbury, Herefordshire, West England

Great Catley Hop Kilns, Bosbury, Herefordshire, West England

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £303

Self catering accommodation in Bosbury sleeps 2.

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

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Great Catley Hop Kilns details

The Grade II listed Hop Kiln adjoins Great Catley in a stunning rural setting with wildlife, footpaths and cycle routes surrounding it and the Malvern Hills in the distance. The property, which dates back to the 16th century, was once a working hop and cider farm but now comprises luxurious living within a traditional stone and oak structure with many old features that were used at that time for hop making.

It is situated in the hamlet of Catley, a mile from the village of Bosbury and only 20 minutes from the M50. Two local pubs are within a mile and a half, the Bell at Bosbury and the Oak at Staplow. Both serve local ales, excellent food and take-outs. The area is a perfect retreat for exploring the beautiful Herefordshire countryside.

The old town of Ledbury has its traditional black and white buildings but within them are a very eclectic range of independent shops and restaurants. Close by are Eastnor Castle, the Three Choirs Vineyard and Westons Cider Mill. The cities of Hereford and Worcester are an equidistant 15 miles. Both have beautiful cathedrals and riverside settings. Hereford has the famous Mappa Mundi and Worcester its cricket ground and racecourse.

The Malvern Hills are just 20 minutes away together with its spa town and theatre. Ludlow, Hay-on-Wye, Gloucester and Cheltenham are all less than an hour away with their own renowned festivals.


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