Buckettsland Farm is a grade II listed complex of buildings built in the 16th century based in Well End, Hertfordshire.
Our unique self catering accommodation comprises of four interconnected converted Victorian stables comprising of a snug, (with a sofa bed), kitchen/dining area, double bed room and a further triple bedroom, with double bed resting on the old hay loft platform accessed by ladder, and a single on ground level!
This opens up into the grand heated-pool room barn, with seating area, a wet-room and loo and a second separate toilet, and upstairs a further relaxation area with access to the out-door secluded hot tub.
The facilities available at this self catering accommodation are for the sole use of the occupier therefore swimming and use of the hot tub is available 24/7. Weather permitting, slide open the French doors and sunbathe on the deck or stroll around the …
The Stable is situated in a secluded and peaceful location off a country lane on Darley Moor which is conveniently situated for visiting the Nearby Matlock in Derbyshire. The property provides self catering accommodation which is surrounded by lots of walking areas, beautiful landscape and is close to Derbyshire's attractions.
The self catering accommodation is on one level and has its own private enclosed garden and patio area where guests can relax and enjoy the lovely views and watch the wide variety of birds which visit the area daily together with the occasional wild rabbit or hare. The holiday cottage has one well appointed double bedroom, a fully equipped, light and airy dining kitchen and a comfortable lounge with sofa bed to sleep two children or an additional adult if required. All the rooms have views across the patio towards the distant woodland.
The area is ideal for w…
Owlpen Manor Cottages are a cluster of beautiful and charming self catering holiday cottages situated on the majestic Owlpen Manor Estate, just outside of pretty village of Owlpen, near Uley in Gloucestershire.
These alluring self catering properties offer the privacy and space of your own romantic Cotswold cottage, coupled with superb attention to detail, comfort and gorgeous design. These romantic holiday cottages consist of 9 dreamy hideaways that include listed historic buildings, snug medieval barns and byres to quite sizeable farmhouses with each one offering something truly unique and magical.
Marlings End and Woodwells are traditional weavers and keepers cottages, sleeping five or six. The Grist Mill is a watermill of 1728 with a cupola, a landmark building which sleeps 8. The Court House is a gabled banqueting house of 1620, sleeping up to 5. Manor Farm sleeps 4 and Over…
Cats Abbey is the perfect gathering place for groups of up to 24. It was designed and built for exactly that purpose. Half way between Oxford and Cheltenham, in the centre of the Cotswolds, it is easy to reach from anywhere in UK.
There are 10 beautiful bedrooms; 9 have en-suite wet-room showers and one has an adjoining bathroom. The family suite (two rooms) takes parents and 2 children.
So Bedroom accommodation is for 22, and two sofa beds on the gallery takes us up to 24 maximum.
The huge living space, with a heated flagstone floor, wood burning stove, gallery and beams, is probably the best barn conversion for miles around.The big barn has a magnificent high timbered roof, and a gallery looking down over an open plan living area, with a stone chimney and wood burning stove. A baronial dining table for 20 stands on a warm flag stoned floor, under a chandelier.
A big scr…
Situated right in the heart of Abingdon this one bedroom flat in a converted Victorian building looks out over much of the historic town.
Abingdon is the oldest continuously inhabited town in Britain, a trading centre for tribal Britons. Abingdon Abbey was founded in the 7th century and was larger than Westminster Abbey is today. After the dissolution of the monasteries the Abbey itself was destroyed but some of the buildings remain and can be seen from the windows of the flat.
St Nicolas church was built in the 12th century by the Abbey and beside the church is Abingdon Abbey gate. From the bedroom window you can see the old County Hall (featured on the left) built between 1678 and 1682 by a master mason who had worked for Sir Christopher Wren on St Paulís Cathedral. It now houses Abingdonís museum.
Within yards of the flat are bus stops giving a fast and regular service to Oxf…
Slad Farm offers self catering and B&B accommodation. Situated in the Severn Vale on the B4211 on Corse Lawn Common Gloucester with stunning views across the Malvern Hills. The Cotswolds, Forest of Dean and Wye Valley are all within easy access.
Stable Cottage provides self-catering accommodation in a large open plan lounge with dining area and kitchen.
There are 3 double bedrooms (1 with twin beds that can be made into a double), and all feature en-suite shower rooms. All linen and towels are provided.
The kitchen includes fridge, freezer, cooker, hob, microwave and dishwasher. Laundry facilities are available in the main house.
The lounge includes TV, video and a DVD player. The cottage also offers free wifi.
Sorry, but smoking is NOT permitted within the cottage.
Outside, there is a gated courtyard with table and chairs and sun loungers. There is plenty of park…
Swallows Loft offers self catering accommodation located close to the village of Alton near the market town of Uttoxeter in Staffordshire. The self catering accommodation is set in the Staffordshire countryside offering a peaceful and tranquil place to stay.
The self catering apartment offers accommodation for up to four people.
There is a double bedroom with bunk beds and a double bed as well as a bed settee and camp bed if needed for extra guests. There is a shower room with a wash basin, shaver point and WC.
The lounge/dining area has a comfortable settee, TV, DVD player and a pine dining table with chairs. The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric cooker, fridge and microwave.
The self catering accommodation is set in an ideal location for those wanting to explore the Peak District. The Peak District offers guests the opportunities for walking, cycling and horse ri…
A charming cottage set in an unspoilt Cotswold village, newly refurbished for your comfort.
Foden Lodge has a large Lounge/Dining area with an Inglenook fireplace housing a multipurpose burner, supplemented by night storage heaters.
There is also a television. The galley kitchen has an electric cooker, microwave oven and fridge, with a small three star freezing compartment. It is also well equipped with utensils.
Upstairs there is a large bedroom, with a double bed. Next door to the bedroom is a bathroom/toilet and downstairs a shower-room/toilet with hand basin.
An attic bedroom has recently been refurbished and opened to visitors, allowing the cottage to sleep 4. This optional twin bedroom has its own sitting room and TV.
There is a pleasant patio garden at the rear of the property. The cottage from across the main street.