Self-catering escapes are sure to remain one of the most popular holiday options for 2021 so now is the time to book an end of summer break.

Kerridge End Holiday Cottages, Cheshire

Accessible Kerridge End Holiday Cottages are located in the grounds of a Grade II listed former gentleman’s residence, and feature a five-star M3a cottage, The Hayloft, and a M1 cottage, The Stables. Both properties have been lovingly converted to retain their charming features. Located on the Cheshire/Derbyshire border, Kerridge End is surrounded by pretty villages, fine pubs, shops and restaurants while being close to the market towns of Macclesfield, Buxton and Bakewell.

A week’s stay in The Hayloft, which sleeps six, is £1000 arriving 25th September and a three night stay arriving 5th or 25th September is £750. Alternatively, a week in The Stables for two guests arriving 3rd September costs £623 and a three night stay costs £480. (, 01625 424220)

A week’s September stay for four is £1050, a four night mid-week stay is £660 and a three night weekend stay is £540. (, 01262 674932). All children in the party must be 12 years or older. 


Experience the gothic Splendour of York

This grade II listed York Old Brewery conversion offers three 5 Star Gold self-catering apartments. Located in a tranquil but secluded medieval street, each apartment is less than two minutes’ walk from the gothic splendour of York Minster and within easy reach of all York’s major attractions including: The Shambles, Clifford’s Tower and Betty’s Tea Rooms. It’s also perfectly placed for day trips to the North Yorkshire Moors, the Yorkshire Dales and the spectacular East Yorkshire coast.


Sparham Hall Farm Cottages, Norfolk

Located in the Wensum Valley, Sparham Hall Farm Cottages, features three stunningly converted traditional barns.

The properties are SEND friendly (special educational needs and disability) and The Buttery is fully wheelchair accessible. Guests can access the private fishing lake on the farm by purchasing £50 catch-and-release passes.

Sparham is exceptionally well located to enjoy all that Norfolk has to offer with excellent access to the coast and Broads as well as popular attractions such as Pensthorpe, BeWilderedwood and the ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure.

A week’s September stay in The Apple Room for two guests starts from £650 and a three night weekend from £320. Alternatively, a September week in The Buttery costs from £805 and a three night weekend break costs £345. Breaks in The Forge, which sleeps five are also available. (, 07764493593).


Barrow Hill Barns, Hampshire

Barrow Hill Barns are located in the heart of the South Downs National Park on a working farm with walking trails straight from the door. The eight converted barns feature large open plan kitchen dining areas, en suite bathrooms, Hypnos beds and far-reaching views across the beautiful Hampshire countryside.

Local attractions include: Hambledon Vineyard offering two hour long taste tours, National Trust properties; Uppark and Hinton Ampner and Jane Austen’s House.  

Arriving 10th September, a stay in Barrow Hill Barns Redgates for two is £1127 and a three night weekend break costs £728. Alternatively, a  week’s stay in Farlass for four costs £1594 and a three night weekend break costs £1092 arriving same date. Further cottages and dates are also available. (, 07847 436562).



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