SEPTEMBER STAYCATIONS FROM PREMIER COTTAGES
September self-catering breaks are selling fast but there’s still time to book a late summer escape. Availability in Premier Cottages’ luxury collection includes:
4 AUGUST 2020: September self-catering breaks are selling fast but there’s still time to book a late summer escape. Availability in Premier Cottages’ luxury collection includes:
Barrow Hill Barns, Hampshire
On a working farm in the heart of the South Downs National Park, Barrow Hill Barns offers glorious view of the Hampshire countryside, walking trails straight from the door as well as three great pubs within walking distance.
The cluster of eight barns is within easy reach of the historical cities of Winchester, Portsmouth and Chichester, and just a 30 minutes’ drive from the beaches of Hayling Island and West Wittering. Seven barns are dog-friendly too. A week’s stay for four in Barrow Hill Barn’s Farlass arriving 21 September and a week in Wheatricks for four arriving 26 September costs £990 (£247.50 per person). (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 07847 436562)
Broomhill Manor, Cornwall
Broomhill Manor is a collection of 18 luxury properties within walking distance of Bude’s award-winning beaches.
Relax in 18 acres of private gardens and grounds, including a 30-foot outdoor heated pool with paddling area for toddlers to safely play in - available via “exclusive use swim slots” for guests to enjoy private use. There’s also a tennis court, outdoor play areas and a heated indoor pool – also available on an exclusive-use basis. Broomhill Manor boasts stables with ponies and horses plus experienced staff to provide lessons for all ages and abilities, with special lessons for under 5’s on Shetland ponies. A seven-night break for five in Broomhill’s House Cottage costs £1360 (£272 per person) arriving on 5 September. A week arriving on 12th or 19th September costs £1270 (£254 per person) and a week arriving on 26th September costs £945 (£189 per person). There is also plenty of September availability in the other 17 cottages too – some with private hot tubs.(www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01288 352940
The Pele Tower, Cumbria
The Pele Tower is set in a beautifully restored 14th century castle in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, 20 minutes from the Lake District. A luxury property, which comes complete with ultrafast internet, battlements, mullion windows and a stone flagged ground floor, it sleeps four in two bedrooms.
The outside space offers peace and tranquillity and the chance to spot wildlife in the stream below, infinity glass surrounds the decked platform. There is plenty to do in the area with lots of great walks straight from the door and fantastic places to eat. Guests receive a welcome hamper with homemade treats on arrival. The Pele Tower sleeps four and costs £1370 (£342.50 per person) for a week arriving 29 August or 26 September. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01539 645845)
Ffynnon Gron, Pembrokeshire
In the hills of Pembrokeshire, just 5 miles from the famous 186 mile Pembrokeshire coast path Ffynnon Gron is perfect for large families and groups of friends seeking a crowd free break.
Accessed via a long, private driveway this beautiful Georgian farmhouse sits in 1.5 acres of secluded landscaped gardens. It accommodates up to 16 guests in style in eight bedrooms and boasts walk-in power showers and roll top baths. There’s also a fun packed games room ideal for keeping kids entertained and a study, well stocked with books. A week’s stay for 16 arriving 25th September costs £2521 (£157.56 per person). (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 0208 1234624)
For further information:
Tel: 0117 924 0868 or 0781 308 9347
Coulscott House Devon
Tucked into a secluded wooded valley in an ancient Devon hamlet, Coulscott House features six very different luxury properties. All houses have outdoor hot tubs with spectacular views and are within easy reach of Exmoor, rocky coves and huge surfing beaches. The village of Combe Martin with its sheltered beach and rockpools, pubs, shops and a museum is just a mile away.
On site is a beautiful indoor pool kept at 30C or more all year round, a children’s play area indoors and outdoors with trampoline, swings, ball pool and lots more as well as 16 acres of grounds with woodland, meadows, streams and ponds to explore. Families will love the huge fenced animal enclosure with alpaca, ducks, chickens, peacocks, pigs, goats and even wallabies. A week’s stay for four in Coulscott’s Peacock Cottages costs £1002 (£250.50 per person) arriving 18 or 25 September. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01271 883339)