Heart of England

We have a range of Pet Friendly Cottages throughout the Heart of England including places such as Buckinghamshire, Cheshire, Derbyshire, Gloucestershire, Herefordshire, Nottinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Rutland, Shropshire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire, Wiltshire, Worcestershire.

Cotton Cottage, Hope, Derbyshire

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • Situated in a tranquil setting near Hope, North Castleton, this spacious cottage offers spectacular views from its grounds and surroundings. Many rural and urban destinations are within easy reach, making it possible to indulge in a multitude of sports such as cycling, swimming, fishing, golf and many more. The area is also rich in natural beauty, history and culture, with a predilection for museums, exhibition halls, castles, medieval manors and ancient churches. The predominant activity in the immediate vicinity (Eadle valley) is sightseeing, which all visitors find cathartic.

    Cotton Cottage was built in the seventeenth century – nonetheless, its enduring exterior is complemented by very modern furnishing and home use devices. You will have access to every commodity from a range of kitchen appliances to internet access and a complex array of home entertainment gadget, such as television sets with cinema surround. If you seek more traditional features as well, the use of a log fire is available. Also, the cottage encompasses a private furnished terrace and a dog walk measuring a hundred yards, where dogs needn’t be kept on lead, which is ideal for dog owners.

    Prices from £371


    Greengrove Cottage, Edington, Wiltshire

  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 2
  • Boasting character, faultless maintenance and being positioned in a quiet setting, Greengrove Cottage is a thatched construction dating from the eighteenth century. Its attractive exterior is matched by its furnishing, interior decor and many convenient features guests can make use of. The cottage is situated fairly close to the cities of Salisbury and Bath, where tourists can be transported back in time by visiting the numerous historically and religiously significant attractions. A variety of sports can also be practiced in the surrounding area, among them golf, swimming and tennis.

    Aside from providing a parking area, Greengrove Cottage also grants the use of an enclosed patio, which comprises outdoor furniture and a barbecue. As an archetypal feature for cottages, the living room encompasses a wood burner and logs can be provided at cost, if you want to enjoy a proper log fire. Guest can also use a range of entertainment gear, including a television and DVD set and music-related equipment, as well as a telephone service paid for separately. And last but not least, two pets are allowed on the property, which makes your holiday complete.

    Prices from £298


    Fox Cottage at Kingrove Farm Chipping Sodbury, Gloucestershire

  • Pets : 2
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Sleeps: 6
  • Chipping Sodbury is located close to the Cotswolds and the New Forest. This quaint town offers these two delightful barn conversions for a ralxing stay. The accommodation comprises a wonderful beamed sitting room which has a sofa bed to accommodate two persons. There are a pai of french doors which lead onto the patio and the well kept garden. In addition to the on the ground floor there is a well equipped kitchen and a cloakroom which combines as a w.c. Upstairs you will find a double master bedroom and a twin bedroom with a bathroom with a bath and shower over it.

    The cottage is well equipped with all the latest mod cons and the decor is both contemporary and stylish. The garden is south facing, therefore perfect for soaking up those long summer evenings.

    Prices from £308


    The Smithy, Walford, Ross-on-Wye, Herefordshire

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Pets: 1
  • This lovely cottage is an old smithy, providing comfort as well as character in very attractive rural area. It is situated near Ross-on-Wye and Hereford, both rich in historic attractions, as well as Gloucester, West Dean and Cheltenham. Bicycles are available for hiring nearby and are a good way of exploring the region. You can also indulge in a number of sports such as walking and some water based sports such as sailing, canoeing and fishing. Golf and riding courses are also available in the area.

    The cottage offers shared use of the owners’ sizeable sheltered garden, which is furnished and permits the use of a barbecue. Some services are conveniently incorporated in the price, such as full oil central heating, electricity, linen and towels, which most owners require visitors to pay for separately. A parking space is also provided. The kitchen is equipped with everything one might need, including a microwave, a larder fridge and a highchair, to accommodate small children. Moreover, reductions are available, as the price is lowered by 20 per cent in winter and for the use of a single visitor.

    Prices from £249


    Lathkill Cottage, Stainsborough Hall, Carsington Water, Derbyshire

  • Pets: 2
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Located near picturesque Carsington Water, this tidy construction is part of a two cottage complex named Stainsborough Hall (when booking both cottages, a 15 per cent deduction applies). In close proximity of Matlock and with easy access to The District Peak, Nottingham and Chesterfield, the cottage is set in a charmingly quiet area which is perfect for walking, cycling, fishing and water sports.

    The property itself is superb as it includes a pond, a shared garden with a barbecue, a shared tennis court and a games room, eliminating any danger of boredom. The outdoor area also comprises two parking spaces and a furnished terrace. It also accommodates children very well, offering the use of a highchair and swings. Also, the heating, electricity, bedding and towels are all included in the price. There is also a laundry room which includes a dryer and home entertainment devices are plentiful as well. What is more, if the cottage is booked by only two people, the price is reduced by a fifth. And to permit access to your whole family, two pets are allowed on the premises.

    Prices from £280


    Wiltshire Cottages

    The Old Stables, Sherston, Malmesbury

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 1
  • Located beautifully in the Cotswold Hills, this cottage really personifies what luxury accommodation is all about. Situated only a few miles from the historic and world-famous city of Bath, as well as other major attractions, it is also in a delightful setting to make the most of what the surrounding area offers too. The cottage itself however is the biggest talking point and is a place that really is designed with families, space and contemporary living in mind. Rustic in appearance on the outside, this property adjoins the owner’s home on their working farm and is a great example of a conversion.

    Inside however, it is very different. Whilst still showcasing traditions such as oak and exposed beams, the property is also modernly furnished to a high standard and uses colours that are not only bright and airy, but accentuate space and comfort too. In terms of the rooms however, there is a spacious and well-equipped kitchen with dining area, a relaxing sitting room with electric fire, a shower room and a beamed double bedroom with 5′ bed. There is also a twin bedded room and a small single room with an extra bathroom.

    Weekly prices from £308


    The Carthouse, Lea, Malmesbury

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Pets: 1
  • If you want a relaxing retreat that is perfect for unwinding and escaping the hustle and bustle, this cottage is for you. Situated amongst meadows and woodland on the edge of a delightful village, this is what is known as pure bliss with regards to accommodation. Beautifully crafted on the outside and making the most of its country traditions and heritage, this cottage is set in a courtyard and provides its own private terrace and garden and isn’t too far away from a local village pub that has beautiful food – all in all it is the perfect base as it is also in close proximity to Bath and Stonehenge.

    In terms of the accommodation itself however, it is a bright and wonderfully furnished property that puts a lot of emphasis on comfort and relaxation. Boasting a spacious sitting room with a sofa bed as well as an exposed beamed ceiling, electric fire and French doors to a large terrace, it really has it all. There is also a pleasant dining area and well equipped kitchen as well as a double bedroom and wet room.

    Weekly prices from £253


    Greengrove Cottage, Edington

  • Sleeps: 3
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 2
  • This eighteenth century cottage is charming and traditional in every single way and provides a great base for relaxation and exploring the delightful rolling hills of Wiltshire.

    The semi detached property also has a lot of character both inside and out and has a lovely enclosed garden with a barbecue that is ideal for making the most of the warm summer evenings. Inside, the property is exquisitely furnished and provides a sitting/dining room with a wood burner as well as a kitchen with breakfast area. On the same floor there is also a bathroom/WC and on the first floor there are two bedrooms – one double and one single bedroom. Two well behaved dogs are also allowed in the property.

    Weekly prices from £268


    Foresters Cottage, Farley, Nr Salisbury

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Pets: 1
  • With all the mod cons such as a microwave, TVs with freeview and electric and oil central heating throughout, this property provides the best of both worlds – all the conveniences that means you have a comfortable stay, as well as a quiet and peaceful location to help you unwind. Adjoining the owner’s property, the setting of this place means that it is an ideal base for walking as well as sightseeing because it is in a central location that makes the most of what the surrounding area has to offer such as; Salisbury’s famous Cathedral and Stonehenge.

    In terms of the accommodation however, it doesn’t get much finer. Beautiful and cosy looking on the outside, it is even better on the inside and offers luxurious and comfortable rooms throughout. Bright and airy as well as furnished to a high standard, all furniture is of high quality and there is a distinct sense of contemporary living and modern styles throughout. Offering a sitting room as well as a well equipped kitchen with dining area, the property also boasts a double bedroom with an en suite shower room/WC.

    Weekly prices from £185


    Derbyshire Cottages

    Jacob’s Cottage at Nether Ollerbrook Farm, Edale, Hope Valley

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 1
  • Derbyshire is known to be a great place for resting and sightseeing as it is an area that boasts some of the most naturally magnificent countryside in England. Everywhere you turn there are lakes, reservoirs and mountains meaning you get a true feel of some of the best natural delights. It is also a great place to head if you are a fan of the great outdoors and enjoy getting out and about. Derbyshire also attracts some of the keenest walkers and is known for its great attractions such as the Blue John Mines where you can go deep underground to see what lies beneath.

    Cycle hire is also readily available and there are many idyllic villages that are home to craft shops and traditional tea rooms. With so much diverse and lush landscape to enjoy, you will most probably want to stay in accommodation that is tucked away enough to appreciate the tranquility of the place, but equally provides good access to all attractions. With this in mind, Jacob’s Cottage at Nether Ollerbrook Farm has to be a contender. Only a five minute walk across meadows to the picturesque village of Edale, this property is set in the ultimate location.

    Converted from an old stone barn, the property has two double bedrooms, a twin bedded room as well as a bathroom/WC with separate shower cubicle. For family time there is also a quaint but spacious beamed sitting/dining room, a large fitted kitchen and a cloakroom/WC. For the perfect holiday accommodation, look no further – this converted barn is luxurious and well equipped and should be one of the front runners for your attention.

    Weekly prices from £481


    Hideaway Lodge at oak lands Country Lodges, Mount Pleasant, Nr. Sudbury

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • Immersed in the breathtaking beauty of the National Forest and completely surrounded by over an acre of beautifully crafted landscaped gardens that incorporate a pond, the timber framed lodges on this site really offer something a little bit different for your vacation. They are pretty and rustic and have plenty of character and, what’s more, are located in an ideal setting to make the most of the natural delights all around – including the area’s famed lush countryside that features mountains and plenty of walking opportunities.

    Each lodge also has its own private veranda and hot tub meaning after you’ve explored the area in full, you can come back and relax in the most luxurious of ways. The Hideaway Lodge has an open plan sitting room with a wood burner. It also has well equipped and large kitchen and dining areas. In terms of bedrooms, the property offers spacious rooms that are well equipped with home comforts. For instance, there is a double bedroom with a TV and en-suite wet room/WC as well as another double bedroom with four poster bed and TV. The smaller bedrooms are also plenty big enough and are ideal for children. One of the biggest talking points of this property is the amount of facilities that are provided.

    Already spoken about is the private veranda and Jacuzzi hot tub, but there is also a brick built barbecue for those summer evenings, as well as a fenced wildlife pond, an enclosed garden area and all mod cons in the property itself. This property offers luxury and relaxation opportunities as standard.

    Weekly prices from £481


    Old Smithy Barn, Wincle, Macclesfield

  • Sleeps: 9
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Pets: 2
  • This property is no ordinary property – it is a delightful barn conversion that has been immaculately refurbished and restored and now offers a place to stay that far beats many other alternatives in every single department. Located in a peaceful and rural countryside setting but close enough to enjoy all the glory of the surrounding amenities, the property is full of character and offers tradition with a modern and luxurious twist.

    On the outside it is rustic and charming in appearance but on the inside it offers a contemporary feel that really adds to the grandeur of the place. There is an entrance hall as well as a cloakroom/WC as soon as you step through the door plus a beamed kitchen that offers plenty of space and conveniences. There are also doors that lead onto the pleasant patio as well as a dining room that leads onto a warm and relaxing sitting room. For the adults and children who like plenty of leisure time, there is also a games room featuring a pool table.

    The first floor is where you’ll find all the bedrooms. There are three double rooms with en suite showers as well as a twin bedded room with its own en-suite shower room. The property oozes so much charm and grandeur throughout, it will be difficult not to fall in love with the place. Stylish and homely, this property is certainly one in a million.

    Weekly prices from £500


    Mullions at Mullions Cottage, Castleton

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • This magnificent and enchanting property is set in a truly wonderful location. It has a highly desirable and idyllic setting that is home to many small country lanes as well as multiple quaint and rustic attractions such as craft shops and tranquil walking opportunities. Despite all its charms in terms of enviable location however, the property itself is the biggest talking point. When searching for a holiday cottage you will probably want one that is close to great scenery, good restaurants and other eateries and plenty of general amenities.

    This property provides the ideal location but is also grand in appearance both inside and out meaning you have a luxurious time of things too. ‘Country living’ is what this property is all about. It is spacious and homely, but more importantly, has all the charms that date back to its very early existence – showcasing its proud history. The rooms feature original beams, fireplaces and mullions and leaded windows that date from as early as 1620.

    Despite the heritage on show throughout every room, the cottage has blended many of the rustic features into a more modern and contemporary place to stay which means people can have the best of both worlds – the traditional cottage feel blended with stylish and contemporary furnishings and modern conveniences. In terms of finer accommodation details, the cottage has a gables entrance lobby as well as a long hallway and a spacious sitting room with an open fire.

    There is also a dining room with a farmhouse style kitchen and an adjoining utility room as well as a downstairs toilet. On the first floor there is a spacious double bedroom with a TV as well as a slightly smaller double room and a twin bedded room. There is also another bathroom that features a shower over the bath.

    Weekly prices from £500


    Pennine Cottage at Nether Ollerbrook Farm, Edale, Hope Valley

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Bedrooms: 5
  • Pets: 1
  • This large property is adjoined to another beautiful accommodation option and both offer a great location, close to all amenities and attractions. There are village Inns galore as well as many walking and sightseeing opportunities peppered all around. This is hardly surprising given that the property lies at the start of the Pennine Way and its trail of over 30,000 acres of National Trust owned High Peak.

    The converted stone barn really is an option that is worth considering as it offers beauty inside and out and even has the delights of a shared paddock garden with a stream. Inside, the property is grand to say the least with space really being maximised to its fullest potential. There is a spacious beamed living room with an electric fire in a feature fire place as well as a large dining room for family meal times. The kitchen area is also large and well equipped and also features all modern conveniences.

    On the first floor, you will find all bedrooms including a master double with a four poster bed, two double bedrooms, one with a wash basin and a twin bedded room. Another twin bedded room is also available, although slightly smaller. There are also two shower rooms. For that added bit of luxury and leisure time, the property also offers the use of a shared games room where you will find TV, full Sky package and pool table.

    Weekly prices from £570


    Derbyshire cottages

    Little Cottage, Ashford in the Water

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 2
  • This delightfully furnished, detached eighteenth century cottage is within walking distance of local amenities – such as shops, pubs, and restaurants, and will provide guests with a peaceful, idyllic vacation in the heart of the Peak Districts most enchanting area. Little Cottage is closely located to the historic town of Bakewell too, which has markets, museums, cycle hire and many other attractions. For a free day out that all the family can enjoy, visitors can take a relaxing stroll by the riverside, and view the splendid scenery at their own pace. The stately homes of Chatsworth and Haddon Hall are only three miles away, and there is plenty of horse riding, fishing, and golf to be enjoyed in the surrounding area.

    Little Cottage might be centuries old, but its modern appliances make it a great getaway for the twenty-first century traveller. It comes with a fully fitted kitchen, including microwave and dishwasher, as well as a lovely enclosed patio with garden furniture.

    Weekly prices from £322

    Stable Barn, Wetton, Nr. Ashbourne

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 2
  • Formerly a barn, this wonderfully renovated cottage is just across from the owner’s property, in the centre of Wetton Village. The village itself is in a quiet location close to Manifold Valley – which offers many cycling routes and footpaths for active visitors, there’s also pony riding about four miles from the cottage. For family days out, there is Ashbourne town just seven miles away, which has plenty of shops, restaurants and other attractions to keep everyone busy, along with a swimming pool and sports centre. If it’s convenience you’re after, you don’t have to travel far from the cottage to find local shops and pubs, the nearest is only a hundred yards or so.

    Stable Barn welcomes pets – although no more than two dogs maximum, and it has facilities for a toddler or baby, such as a pull out bed and a highchair. Bed and bath linen is included in the price, as is the central heating.

    Weekly prices from £278

    Cotton Cottage, Nr. Castleton

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Pets: 2
  • This seventeenth century country cottage offers superb views of the rolling Derbyshire hills and valleys. Cotton cottage is a modern retreat in a historic, natural setting, just yards from the owners farm – which is retired. National Trust land and Edale Valley are just a step outside the front door, as well as all the famous attractions in the area; the Blue John caverns, Peveril Castle, and Mam Tor – all situated in the scenic town of Castleton, only two miles away. Active guests and nature lovers can benefit from cycle hire, golf, fishing, summer swimming facilities and numerous footpaths stretching through the surrounding countryside.

    Food can be found less than half a mile away, and shopping, pubs, and restaurants are all a miles journey to the village of Hope.

    Cotton Cottage has oak beams throughout the sitting area, and a wood burning stove – with logs available for a small extra fee after the first load. Contemporary design and stylish furnishings are in every room and the entrance hall.

    Weekly prices from £422

    Owls Roost, Snelston, Nr. Ashbourne

  • Sleeps: 5
  • Bedrooms: 2
  • Pets: 1
  • Just a stones throw from Dove Valley, Owls Roost provides stunning countryside views across Derbyshire, as well as being comfortably furnished and brimming with character. Owl’s Roost is located on the owners land, just two miles from Ashbourne and the magnificent woodlands that make up this corner of the Peak District National Park. Walking, cycling, pony riding, water sports, and much more, are all within easy reach of the cottage, offering endless outdoor fun. Also, Alton Towers is only a short car journey away.

    Owl’s Roost boasts a ‘wood burner effect’ stove – which really emphasises that farmhouse feel – and the open plan sitting/dining area has beams running throughout. Although the owners welcome families and one pet, they advise that it’s not suitable accommodation for the elderly or infirm, due to its stairs and some low ceilings.

    Weekly prices from £328

    Top Stable Cottage, Cross o’th Hands, Nr. Matlock

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Bedrooms: 1
  • Pets: 1
  • In the heart of the Derbyshire hills, Top Stable Cottage is a peaceful and perfectly located guesthouse for anyone who enjoys panoramic views of the countryside and the tranquillity of nature on their doorstep. The cottage has comfortable home furnishings throughout, including a spacious living area, well-equipped kitchen, and en-suite bathroom. Furthermore, there is a private patio area in the garden, complete with furniture and a barbecue.

    Within an easy driving distance of around eight miles, guests can explore the market town of Ashbourne, as well as Matlock Bath, and Carsington Water – which provides cycling, fishing, and water sports. There are also many historic residences in the surrounding area, such as Kedleston Hall, Haddon Hall, Hardwick Hall, and Chatsworth. Shopping and dining can be found less than two miles from Top Stable Cottage.

    Weekly prices from £249

    Herefordshire Cottages

    Little Upcott, Almeley

  • Sleeps: 4
    Bedrooms: 2
    Pets: 1

    Quaint and traditional in appearance, this seventeenth century cottage is pretty on the eye and is in a splendid location where you can make the most of all the rich delights of the area. It boasts a spacious and secluded garden and has a most tranquil setting. It is encompassed by beautiful orchards and has rolling hills all around for as far as the eye can see. The black and white cottage is also very distinctive and has a certain historical appeal.

    If you are a big fan of the outdoors, you may want to consider this place as your holiday base as it is surrounded by country lanes that are perfect for walking enthusiasts. Only a short drive away are also some lovely villages that offer great dining and sightseeing facilities along with some family fun activities to take part in including canoeing and horse riding.

    There is plenty to do all within a short distance. The inside of the property is just as charming and is full of rustic gems that really set it apart from other accommodation options. In every single room you are blessed with many features that highlight the building’s impressive history and each of these have been teamed with new modern facilities and furnishings to give you the best of both worlds. There is a spacious living room that has an open fire to create an atmosphere and there is also a sun room to the rear of the property that allows you to make the most of those warm and pleasant afternoons.

    The kitchen and dining area is conjoined and proves to be one of the lightest rooms in the house. The bedrooms come on the first floor where there is a double bedroom and a twin bedroom as well as a spacious bathroom/WC. The house is very well equipped and has everything you will ever need for a comfortable and relaxing stay. Outside there is also a large garden with furniture and a barbecue meaning summer evenings can really be enjoyed.

    Weekly prices from £295


    Hartleton Lake Retreat, Ross-on-Wye

  • Sleeps: 6
    Bedrooms: 3
    Pets: 2

    Large and comfortable are the two words to describe this beautiful accommodation option. Standing proudly aloft the Hartleton Lakes and next door to a golf course, the setting of this place is unrivalled. The property is a converted stable and has been structured and refined to the very highest standard.

    It is majestic to look at and proves to be one of the best holiday accommodation options for many a mile with its wonderful outlook and land that that it is blessed with. It also proves to be a good base to stay if you have children in tow as there are all sorts of energetic and inspirational activities nearby. Fishing, seeing an abundance of wildlife, and visiting the nearby villages are all worthwhile and all highlight the great fun that can be had on a family day out.

    Inside, the property is like a breath of fresh air. It has been stylishly furnished and has modern colour tones and textures to help radiate warmth throughout the house. It is also very spacious and makes the most of natural light which will allow you to relax and unwind as you should. There is a large and airy open plan sitting room that features a dining area. The kitchen area is also spacious and well equipped and there is a double bedroom a bathroom/WC on the same floor. On the first floor there are another two bedrooms but these comprise twin beds.

    Weekly prices from £388


    White Rocks, Garway Hills Hereford

  • Sleeps: 8
    Bedrooms: 3
    Pets: 2
  • This property has been beautifully renovated and really does ooze class and grandeur in every which way. Money as well as time, effort and love have gone into making this cottage really stand out and there is no better place for providing a warm and stylish place to stay and holiday. Situated in a peaceful and rural part of Herefordshire, it boasts panoramic views of the sparse and pretty countryside that is all around.

    The property is also a great base for outdoor lovers as there are many delightful walking trails that lead to beautiful villages. The forest of Dean is also within close proximity. Inside the property is like stepping into another realm. Beauty and character are really personified as the whole place has been superbly furnished to give you a great atmosphere as well as a homely and traditional feeling house. The log burning stove in the sitting room is a clear example of the character that this house possesses.

    It manages to get the blend just right between contemporary and neutral colouring that makes everything feel spacious and light whilst also highlighting the heritage of the place with various fixtures and fittings. The house has an entrance lobby as well as a large and traditional sitting room that exudes comfort. There is also a dining area and a modern kitchen that has all the mod cons as well as a twin bedded room with an ensuite shower room. The second sitting room has a sofa bed.

    On the first floor of the property there is a double bedroom as well as a twin bedded room and a bathroom. For the younger ones in your group, a trip to the lower reaches of the property may be called for as the lower ground floor has a games room. A utility room can also be found here.

    Weekly prices from £397


    Buzzards View at the Baiting House, Upper Sapey, Nr. Bromyard

  • Sleeps: 2
    Bedrooms: 1
    Pets: 2
  • This quiet and pleasant little property is ideal for couples as it is quaint and pretty inside and out. It is also blessed with the location as it is right behind a beautiful little country pub that serves food and is also surrounded by easy access routes that can take you into popular tourist hotspots that are home to some great attractions and activities.

    The property is surprisingly spacious inside and has been carefully styled and furnished to a high standard to allow for plenty of relaxation. It has an open plan sitting room as well as a kitchen and dining area and has a twin bedded room as well as a shower/WC. It also has many mod cons including TV with Freeview, radio/CD as well a microwave and larder fridge. There is also a parking spot available and the property has sharded grounds as well as a patio with furniture included.

    Weekly prices from £253


    Bridle Cottage at the Court, Hentland, Ross-on-Wye

  • Sleeps: 6
    Bedrooms: 2
    Pets: 2
  • This picture perfect cottage is quaint and rustic in appearance and epitomises the beauty of a traditional property. Situated in the hamlet of Hentland and down a quiet country lane, this place is extremely tucked away and private. Despite this it is still blessed with good access to nearby areas that offer great attractions and activities.

    The courtyard setting makes it feel very upmarket and the property allows guests to enjoy beautiful views that are provided by the shared use of the owners’ landscaped gardens. Bird watchers and other outdoor enthusiasts will love it here. Inside, the property is well decorated and furnished and plenty of attention has been paid to making the rooms feel as homely and welcoming as possible.

    The neutral colours also allow the room to feel light and airy. There is a sofa bed for two people in the spacious open plan sitting room and there is also a dining area and well equipped kitchen. The two twin bedded rooms on offer have an ensuite bathroom/WC and there is also a patio with furniture that allows guests to experience the peace and tranquillity of the place outside. This place can easily be described as bliss.

    Weekly prices from £271