A larger than average apartment located in the centre of Bakewell, the famous market town in the heart of the beautiful Derbyshire countryside in the Peak District. An ideal base for long or short holidays for couples, families and groups.
Fully fitted kitchen - cooker, washer/dryer, ironing facilities.
Large comfortable lounge/dining room, with TV and DVD player.
Large family sized bathroom with separate shower cubicle.
Spacious bedroom with king sized bed, single bed, full sized cot (if required) TV and hairdryer.
Fully furnished king sized bedroom with TV and hairdryer.
Double bedroom with beautiful ornate feature fireplace, TV and ensuite.
All your essentials for your arrival including tea, coffee, milk, water, juice, bread, butter, biscuits and your own Bakewell Tart. Clean linen and towels provided along with shower gels and shampoo.
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Whatever your plans for your break here in the glorious Derbyshire Dales -come rain or shine, winter or summer, determinedly active or deliciously slothful - The Square is for you. Located on the edge of tranquil Parwich village we’re a short drive from the Georgian town of Ashbourne and a fantastic base for those who want to explore the Peak District National Park.
Our spacious holiday home dates to the first half of the 18th century and was thought to have been a weaver’s house. So, it combines light and space with loads of original period features and a recent refurbishment which ensures all the conveniences you would wish for. We’re dog friendly, super comfortable and very well equipped. Inside we’re elegantly furnished with family antiques and outside there is a suntrap courtyard and secluded yew-lined garden, both lovely places to linger for an early morning brew or something s…
Trevase Granary offers award winning self catering accommodation in Tretire near Hereford. Our luxury barn conversion in Herefordshire is perfect for an idyllic break away.
Trevase Granary is on a beautiful working farm in glorious countryside. The spacious property is tastefully furnished and offers luxury throughout. On the ground floor there is the Cider Family Room. The charming room comes with 2 single wrought iron beds and two comfortable days beds with Hypnos mattresses that are suitable for children. The large wet room is ideal for the less able. Four further suites are available on this floor: A twin/super king en suite, double en suite, double en suite with roll top bath and a twin/super king en suite room. The latter also has a wet room which is perfect for less able guests.
On the first floor there is a lovely sitting room which is ideal for relaxing and unwinding in. …
Highgrove Barns in Sibdon Carwood, offers superb self catering accommodation in 18th Century barns. Our charming barns are on the ground floor and enjoy glorious views of rolling countryside of Craven Arms.
We are in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in an elevated position halfway between Ludlow and Church Stretton and 1 mile from Craven Arms. They are very cosy, with underfloor heating and log fires.
The holiday cottages each come with one double bedroom/en suite shower room. They are south facing on a level site and have a large parking area and secure garden. Under a mellow Welsh slate roof they have waney edged timber in the local style, exposed stone walls, vaulted ceilings with many original oak beams, oak kitchen units, slate floors in the living areas and carpeted bedrooms. Stunning views can be enjoyed from the patios where there is Coalbrookdale furniture.
Red House is a charming Seventeenth Century listed stone Barn has been stunningly converted to provide 4 star self catering accommodation for two people. Delightfully classic in style, (and now linked to the main house) Red House Barn maintains an element of privacy having a separate drive and entrance with ample off-road parking for two cars.
The south-facing studio apartment overlooks its own sunny terrace and a traditional country house garden. Sallie has undertaken extensive renovation of the interior to provide a modern kitchen and a brand new en-suite bathroom, finished with stone-style ceramic tiles and fitted with extensive cupboard space.
The studio room has a dual aspect with a 5’ double bed, a relaxing sofa, a dining table and a 26” wall mounted flat-screen television and DVD. It is decorated in fresh but subtle colours which are elegant, yet cosy and the brand new unde…
Holly Lodge offers self catering accommodation set within the Herefordshire hamlet of Burley Gate. It is set halfway between Hereford and Bromyard.
At Holly Lodge, you will find everything you need for a carefree holiday. The lodge is fully equipped and furnished for four adults with wall to wall carpets, television and central heating in season. Bed linen, towels and tea towels are all supplied. Electricity and heating are also included in the tariff.
The kitchen is equipped with a full sized electric cooker, microwave oven, refrigerator with icebox and all the cutlery and crockery you may need.
The spacious sitting room is a triple aspect, with television, electric fire, books and games. Double French doors lead to a patio garden for the use of the Lodge guests. There is ample private parking for two cars. The spacious bathroom is also on the ground floor and is equipped with …
Forest View Retreat Log Cabins offers beautiful self catering forest cabin holidays with private hot tub exclusively for adults located in Rock, Kidderminster overlooking the Wyre Forest in Worcestershire.
Forest View Retreat is a small family run site of 2 Luxury Log Cabins Just for Adults set right on the edge of the Wyre Forest in North Worcestershire.
Bluebell Lodge: This one bedroom forest log cabin sleeps 2 and includes:
Fully fitted kitchen with dishwasher, washing machine/dryer and microwave.
Bathroom with spa bath and separate Hydro massage shower.
Large bedroom with king sized bed.
All cabins are centrally heated throughout.
Decking area with outside furniture, BBQ and fire pit.
Flat screen TV with Freeview and DVD.
Bramble Lodge self catering accommodation sleeps 6 and includes:
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 Paul’s Cathedral. It now houses Abingdon’s museum.
Within yards of the flat are bus stops giving a fast and regular service to Oxf…