Smashing stays for tennis fans
With the tennis season in full swing and Wimbledon (1-14 July) about to start, Premier Cottages highlights its holiday homes that are the perfect match for those looking to up their game.
SMASHING STAYS FOR TENNIS FANS
24th June 2019: With the tennis season in full swing and Wimbledon (1-14 July) about to start, Premier Cottages highlights its holiday homes that are the perfect match for those looking to up their game.
Tennis lovers seeking quirky accommodation will love Beacon Hill’s Ryegrass, a luxurious Shepherd's Hut in Northumberland, which serves up glamping at its finest with WIFI, Bose Bluetooth speaker a luxurious bed and SmartTV. Drop shots and backhands can be tested on the south facing green en-tout-cas tennis court before relaxing in Beacon Hill’s spa with indoor heated swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. A three-night stay for two arriving on 19th July costs £420. There is also availability in August and September. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01670 780900)
For those wanting to perfect their groundstrokes away from prying eyes, Hop Pickers Barn’s private tennis court in a glorious rural setting is the ideal place. This dog-friendly property is just six miles from The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and close to a choice of National Trust properties. Guests can cool off after a game in the fabulous outdoor heated swimming pool. A seven night stay for five arriving 19th July costs £995 or a week’s break throughout September costs £799. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01886 833668)
No need to bring tennis racquets or baby gear to Gladwin’s Farm in Suffolk as it provides both and offers baby-sitting too so, tennis mad Mums and Dads can get competitive on the all-weather tennis court and then unwind with a dip in the heated swimming pool or the private hot tub. A week’s stay for four guests in Gladwin’s Farm’s ‘Lavenham’ arriving 30th August is £1315. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01206 262261)
In Cornwall’s tranquil Looe Valley tennis fans will love Treworgey Cottages where they can challenge friends and family to a game on the all-weather hard court - complete with beautiful valley views. Balls and racquets are provided. Guests can also cool off in the swimming pool or take lessons in the fully licensed riding school. Treworgey has a week’s stay in sleeps four Elm arriving 7th September for £975 or in sleeps two Orchard for £738 for arrival 14th September. Guests will be welcomed with a Cornish clotted cream tea. (www.premiercottages.co.uk 01503 262730)
Alternatively, families can host their own Grand Slam in the beautiful gardens of Broomhill Manor one of Cornwall’s most attractive Georgian manor houses, made up of 17 cottages and one apartment. Featuring an excellent outdoor hard court and plenty of tennis equipment, the property is also just a short walk from a choice of sandy beaches. Plus, it has heated indoor and outdoor pools, stables and a child’s soft play barn. A week’s break for six in Broomhill’s Sandpiper Cottage arriving 7th September costs £1215. (www.premiercottages.co.uk, 01288 352940)
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About Premier Cottages
Premier Cottages was established in 1999 and now represents almost 1,000 cottages across the UK. It is not a bookings agency but an organisation of independent self-catering holiday cottage owners who work together to promote their luxury four and five-star holiday accommodation.
Properties featured by Premier Cottages range from small romantic boltholes to opulent large party houses, country estates and even a tree house. Guests book direct with the owner and therefore benefit from a whole reservoir of local knowledge.