Early May Bank Holiday Breaks from Premier Cottages
Premier Cottages still has properties available to book for the early May Bank Holiday, including:
Mendham Mill with its enormous watermill and slow moving river has been described as Narnia. Guests can experience the thrill of wild swimming here or explore the river by canoe or rowing boat where they can see a host of wildlife up close, including otters, kingfishers and other birds.
From Mendham Mill it’s easy to explore neighbouring Harleston with its mix of high street and independent shops. Southwold’s famous beach and lighthouse are nearby, and Norwich and Thetford Forest are also within easy reach. The village pub, The Sir Alfred Munnings, is a five minute walk away. A three night weekend break in Mendham’s The Nest for two costs £525 arriving on 29th April. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01379 855282)
Flear Farm Cottages in Devon
Nestled in a valley in the rolling hills of the South Hams, Flear Farm is home to 11 charming cottages and a Manor House situated in a peaceful location close to the Kingsbridge estuary. It’s a great option for families, with indoor and outdoor play areas, an indoor pool and spa complex, tennis court and three hole pitch and putt course
Flear Farm is close to lively market towns, and virtually surrounded by nearby beaches South, East and West, with Dartmoor National Park to the North. The pretty town of Kingsbridge, with its cafés, restaurants and quirky shops is only a 10 minute drive, and the nearest village boasts an excellent gastro pub. Flear Farm Cottages has a three night stay for four in its property Cartwheel for £739 arriving on 29th April. Alternatively, a three night stay for five in Ducks Nest costs £701 arriving 30th April and three night stay for two In The Dairy costs £471 arriving 29th April. (www.premiercottages.co.uk 01548 521 227.
Clydey Cottages, Pembrokeshire
Clydey Cottages is set in 20 acres of lawns, fields and woodland in the North Pembrokeshire countryside on the borders of Carmathenshire and Cardiganshire close to the Pembrokeshire coast path and beaches.
The perfect place for young children, who will be kept entertained from morning to night with outdoor and indoor play areas, a soft playroom and the chance to feed the onsite animals from pigs and chickens to Shetland ponies and alpacas. Parents and will relish a bit of ‘me’ time in the indoor heated swimming pool, the sauna and indoor and outdoor hot tubs.
Clydey has ten cottages sleeping between two and eight guests. Honeysuckle, which sleeps six, costs from £1354 for a three night stay arriving on 29th April. Alternatively, Tansy sleeps four and costs £1260 for three nights arriving on the same date. Other properties are also available for the May bank holiday.(www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01239 698619)
Hoste Barn, Norkfolk
16th century thatched barn conversion Hoste Barn boasts endless countryside views. It’s dog-friendly and ideally situated to explore the North Norfolk coast, the Norfolk Broads and the cathedral city of Norwich, all are within about 20 minutes by car and there are a choice of excellent restaurants and pubs nearby.
Hoste Barn is a stunning property featuring a 50ft vaulted, original timber framed roof, giving an immense sense of space and light from all perspectives. Antique Yorkstone flags, oak and granite blend harmoniously throughout. The spectacular barn room is the setting for the dining and seating areas and there is a 50 inch Plasma screen and Blu-ray, full cinema surround sound, DVD and music system - perfect for watching films. The barn comes complete with an LTA all weather tennis court. A three night stay for four in Hoste Barn arriving 29th April costs £812. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01692 538224).
Airhouses – luxury lodges with hot tubs in Scotland
Set in hundreds of acres on an organic family-run hill farm, Airhouses features five luxurious, self-catering lodges, all with private hot tubs. Children and the young at heart can get up close to donkeys, alpacas, sheep, goats, geese and Shetland ponies here. There is also an abundance of wildlife to enjoy including deer, brown hares, buzzards, foxes, and a huge host of bird life.
Located in the gorgeous Scottish Borders, just 20 miles south of Edinburgh. The properties are ideally placed for exploring both the Scottish Borders with all its history, market towns, abbeys and castles as well as Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Loch Lomond and The Trossachs.
Each is equipped to a very high standard, and comes with dressing gowns, towels, slippers and toiletries along with Smart TVs, Bluetooth speaker and 5G Wi-Fi. The onsite Farm Shop stocks local produce and handy high quality ready meals for easy cooking. A three night stay in The Ramsay for four costs £825 and three nights in The Buchanan lodge for six costs £992, both arriving on 29th April. Also, available is luxury holiday home Capercailie, which sleeps ten – a three night stay costs £1800 arriving 29th April. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 077857 58375)
Contact: Liz Blakeborough
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