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15th Century Farmhouse in Somerset
Luxurious executive get-away in the heart of Somerset. Beautiful location. Beams, Sleeps 8-12. Pets, PC & broadband. Fully Equipped kitchen with Aga. M5 Junc' 22 5 mins ]

Wesley Guest House, Epworth, Lincolnshire
Superb 4* B&B. Quiet location, only minuites away from local amenities. On site Snooker table and several golf courses nearby.A perfect home from home! ]

THE GRANGE, Isle of Wight
Short Breaks by the Sea with Like-Minded People. Wide Variety of Courses including Creative Writing, Film-Making, Yoga, Massage & Much More. Good Food, Great Company. ]

Unique Cottages Scotland
Over 350 traditional holiday cottages all over Scotland in amazing locations. Many with sea and loch views! Pets welcome. 01835 822277 ]

Cawthorpe B&B, Bourne, Lincolnshire
Set in rural rose water fields, woodland & rolling countryside ideal for walkers. Large garden available for Wedding receptions. ]

Stamford, Park Farm B&B
Picturesque hamlet 10 minutes from Stamford. Spacious en-suites, lovely views, relaxing atmosphere ]

Raileisure Ltd, The Old Station Yard, Lincolnshire
A Unique blend of self catering accommodation in a beautiful location. ]

Distinctive cottages on beautiful Roseland in Cornwall
Self-cater in style, or enjoy Aga-fresh cooking delivered to you. Ramblers’ idyll in tranquil rural setting minutes from coast path. Green Tourism Gold Awarded.  ]

Original stone/wood, panoramic sea views from velux balcony windows, CH. Free parking, sleeps 4+2. Colour leaflet available. ]

HILLSIDE B & B, North Cornwall
Grade II listed traditional cornish cottage. September availability ]

North Cornish Coast. Bude 5 miles. Spacious farm house. Sleeps 8. Set in 2 acres of AONB. Beaches 2 miles & glorious walks ]

Howards Hotel, West Cornwall
Tastefully furnished hotel with en-suite facilites. Countryside and sea views. Available from October onwards. ]

Mylor Harbourside Holidays, Cornwall
Stylish apartments 1-4 bedrooms idyllic harbour  ]

Come and discover charm and elegance in the heart of the beautiful historic City of Cambridge. We look forward to welcoming you! ]

Four Seasons Lodge
Tasteful newly refurbished S/C accommodation with en-suite rooms. Fully equipped kitchen. Lounge. Garden and Countryside views. ]

Bournemouth Contemporary Hotel & Bistro
15 Bedrooms, few minutes walk to beach, free range breakfast, free WiFi, king size beds, on site bar and bistro. Tel 01202 301509 ]

Hintlesham Hall Hotel SPECIAL OFFER
£89.50 pp/pn sharing a twin/double. Includes Dinner, English B/fast and VAT comp upgrade on arrival (subject to availability) ]

Bardsey Island¿YNYS ENLLI
Holiday cottages and hostel accommodation on beautiful National Nature Reserve Island. Peace and quiet for walking, bird and seal watching or just relaxing. ]

TAILOR-made self drive holidays
Romantic hotels, islands, whale & dolphin-watching, special experiences 08707 606027 ]

Explore Border Reiver Country
Hadrian’s Wall, castles and countryside.18th C rural Inn, Cask ales, en-suite rooms, excellent menu. Battlesteads Hotel & Restaurant. Hexham, Northumberland Tel: 01434 230 209 ]

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North Cornwall
Near Crackington Haven, fabulous Medieval farmhouse and four cottages set in fourty acres of grassland overlooking the sea ]

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