Butlers Barn, Narborough, King's Lynn, Norfolk
Butlers Barn is a large converted beamed wing of a barn conversion set in 10 acres of farm land set in the village of Narborough, King's Lynn in Norfolk.
'East Wing', Butlers Barn:
At this self catering accommodation we offer a self contained barn conversion with living area, separate kitchen/diner, 2 large double bedrooms one of which is en suite including a bath & shower. The 2nd with a separate bathroom including a double shower & corner bath.
The facilities available at this holiday cottage include:
Dining area with dining table and chairs (seats 6).
Three piece suite to living area.
Fully fitted kitchens which include fridge / freezer, microwave and conventional cooker, toaster, pots & pans, all utensils and cutlery & crockery.
Automatic washing machine.
tv'S to all rooms.
Modern electric showers & baths.
Wooden floors throughout with fitted carpet to living…
Sleeps: 1 to 6
Linkside Bed and Breakfast, Reay, Thurso, Caithness
Ian and Ros welcome you to Linkside in the picturesque village of Reay, which is situated 11 miles west of Thurso. The House has views over Reay Golf Course and the North Atlantic sea.
Situated for easy reach of Scrabster Harbour, Thurso and the West Coast.
Ideal for an overnight stop or a base for touring the highlands.
Disabled facilities by arrangement - please enquire for details.…
The Log Cabin Hotel, Kirkmichael, Blairgowrie, Perthshire
The Pinetree Lodge Log Cabin offers warm, comfortable and cosy guest accommodation that is located within the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Our dog friendly guest house is situated in an elevated woodland area on the outskirts of Kirkmichael near Blairgowrie in Perthshre and provides a great base for a weekend away or a longer stay.
Our 3 star log cabin has 3 guest rooms available, each with a traditional log cabin/lodge feel. The décor and furnished will make you feel like you are hidden away in the Alps with the warm wood walls and roofing. All guest rooms are en suite and have comfortable beds. Guests can choose to stay with us on either a bed & breakfast or a dinner, bed & breakfast basis. We are now also offering stripped beds for £20pppn for travellers on a tight budget!
We have 13 en suite log cabin guest bedrooms with a mixture of twin/doubles and family rooms (with triple…
Killure Lodge, Goresbridge, County Kilkenny, Ireland
A four star, Fáilte Ireland approved self catering holiday home farmhouse set in the rich countryside of County Kilkenny, just three kilometres from Paulstown, Gowran and Goresbridge.
Fitted kitchen and farmhouse dining room
Separate lounge with open fireplace
1 single bedroom
Toilet with shower
1 double bedroom
1 twin bedroom (2 singles)
2 single bedrooms
Bathroom with toilet
Toilet with hand basin
Enclosed garden courtyard
Paved quadrangle area
Rear parking immediately adjacent lodge
Field and river banks opposite
Killure Lodge has something for your entire family. Let them experience the essence of County Kilkenny, its timeless charms and modern distractions. Enjoy rural beauty and country seclusion, our ancient land and its friendly, relaxed people. Killure Lodge, an easy drive from Dublin and Rosslare Harbours, i…
Sleeps: 1 to 7
Harton Farm, Tiverton, Devon
Harton Farm offers rural accommodation where food is the focus. Quiet, comfortable old farmhouse with homegrown bounty at reasonable rates.
Children over four welcome
Well-behaved dogs welcome too
Minimum stay two nights
Deposit 25% at the time of booking.
Overseas deposits - in sterling by credit card or equivalent please
Open Easter to Hallowe'en
Visitors welcome to explore the farm.
The accommodation comprises:
One double-bedded room with adjoining twin-bedded children's room, plus another twin room, the main bedrooms having washbasins and tea-trays. Ideal for a family.
Fully equipped bathroom with a view - early risers may see the wild red deer in West Meadow from here. Additional WC.
Character dining room with two separate tables.
Comfortable, cosy sitting room with colour TV, holiday information and flowers.
The food - 'Hearty and wholesome' is our motto - in s…
Dolafon Bed and Breakfast, Snowdonia, Gwynedd
Bala is an interesting market town with its Norman motte still apparent. It was founded by Roger de Mortimer in the 14th. century and it prospered in the 1700's and early 1800's with the "manufacture" of stockings and gloves.
These were made by hand as a cottage industry. Farming and tourism are now the mainstay of this centre of Welsh Language and Culture. Y Bala translates as the "outflow of the lake".
An excellent leaflet is available describing the many facets of this interesting little town.
A warm welcome is assured at our semi detached residence in a private cul-de-sac in Frongoch village, in beautiful country side and the view of the Arenig mountain. Refreshment served on arrival.
We have two letting rooms: 1 double room & 1 single room with private bathroom. Tea and coffee facilities.
A choice of breakfast is served in our pleasant lounge/dining room which opens …
Moorlands Country Guest House, Hutton, Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset
Moorlands Country Guest House at Hutton is an attractive Georgian house, standing in about 1 1/2 acres of mature landscaped gardens and paddock, just a short stroll from the centre of the village. The village lies under the steep, wooded slopes of the western Mendips near Weston-Super-Mare, where excellent walking presents sea views as far as Exmoor and the hills of South Wales.
Our guest house has seven comfortable, attractive, fully furnished guest rooms. Five of our rooms are en suite with either bath & shower or shower only facilities. If you require a bath, please let us know when booking and we will do our best to accommodate you. A separate toilet and shower facility is available for the use of guests staying in our two standard rooms. All our rooms are equipped with TV, tea, coffee, Wi-Fi and alarm clock facilities. A hairdryer can be provided upon request. A cot is available …
The Bay Horse Hotel, Ulverston, Cumbria
The house stands at the water's edge of the Leven Estuary, commanding views of both the Lancashire and Cumbrian fells. Originally a brewery, inn and fishermen's cottages, today the hotel remains very much a family home, which offers comfort to all visitors.
Nine en suite bedrooms are available in the house, six of these have French windows out on to a terrace, giving the full panoramic view over the estuary (a bird watchers paradise). Each room is individually decorated and furnished and contains masses of magazines, books and board games, along with all the facilities one would expect to provide a 'home from home'.
Over the years we have become synonymous for our cooking and indeed the food we prepare and serve is, in our eyes, the true meaning of our existence.
All produce used is, where possible, local and adapts well to the monthly changing restaurant menu, where we try an…