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An independent family run agency specialising in self-catering holiday cottages through out the UK. The feedback received from a customer who has stayed at one of our holiday cottages is of upmost importance to us. We take pride in the highly satisfied comments returned and where necessary act on comments, to continuously improve a cottage for future holidaymakers.

We offer that personal touch, ensuring we provide you with a superior service whether you're looking to rent a holiday cottage, or work with us as an owner of one. Each property in our collection is visited and inspected by a fully trained member of the team and our experienced property managers individually assess and star grade all of our holiday cottages, to help you find the right choice for your perfect holiday.

We are a Visit England Quality Accredited Agency, and to achieve this status we are annually assessed on general practices, in-house systems, methods of grading a variety of accommodation and ultimately ensuring we meet with their stringent guidelines.

We are also committed to minimising our impact on the environment and are accredited members of the Green Tourism Business Scheme.

To browse and check the current availability of over 2000 properties including everything from cosy cottages and barn conversions on working farms, to mansions and country houses sleeping larger numbers of guests accross the whole of the UK visit the website.

National Trust Holiday Cottages

National Trust Holiday Cottages

National Trust Cottages

With 89 cottages in Cornwall to rent and 33 cottages in Devon to rent, the south west of England enjoys some of the most interesting and unusual properties in the National Trust's unique property collection. The collection consists of over 330 individual properties, all of which are to be found in outstanding locations throughout England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

From the chocolate box thatched cottages, like Forge Cottage in Devon, which sleeps 4. Situated in Branscombe village near Seaton and one of a handful of cottages owned by the Trust in the village. Forge Cottage is well placed for exploring an extensive network of footpaths through the surrounding woodlands, cliffs and beaches.

To the seclusion of the 19th century Coombe Cottage (Sleeps 4) at Peppercombe, near Clovelly in Devon. Coombe Cottage is situated in an elevated position with superb views from the back of the cottage across the valley to the sea in the distance. This very attractive 19th century cottage also retains many original features including a steep winding staircase and the small Victorian sloping front garden.

To a the more unusual like the often photographed tower at Trelissick in Cornwall. The Tower which sleeps 2 was built in 1865 formed from an earlier dovecote. It is set amongst beautiful parkland and woodland with stunning views across the water to Falmouth and the open sea. A five mile circular walk through beech and oak woodland follows the shores of the Fal around the Trelissick Estate.

Each property is unique, from thatched cottages, former farmhouses and manors to apartments in stately homes like the Turret Apartment (Sleeps 2) in the grand Charlecote Park in Warwickshire overlooking the landscaped grounds by the river Avon and a deer park laid out by Lancelot Brown.

To browse and check the current availability of this truly unique collection of cottages visit the National Trust Cottages website with its online booking form.

The house at Trewidden

The house at Trewidden

The house at Trewidden

The 19th century Manor House at Trewidden is available to let as a luxury holiday home set in some of the most beautifully manicured gardens in Cornwall.

The Clock house

The Clock house

The Clock House at Heligan

For many, a single day in the gardens is not enough. The Clock House located within the historic Heligan Manor Estate is available to rent as a holiday let and offers the opportunity to stay a little longer. The grade II listed, 18th century stone building and fully restored clock tower, is part of the former coach house and stables, and retains many period features. uses cookies. Find out more.