Northumberland cottage

Northumberland cottage

Valentine's Day is fast-approaching and to make planning easy for you, here are some beautiful properties from Holiday Lettings that are still available to book for a special Valentine's experience.

Fifty Damgate Street, Wymondham, NorfolkCosy and stylish cottage for two packed with charming original features and the all-important four poster bed. It’s located in the centre of the historic Norfolk market town of Wymondham, with its lovely old buildings and good range of shops and restaurants.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), £80 per night or £560 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here.

The Cottage, Branxton, Cornhill on Tweed, NorthumberlandWhite picket fence? Check. Trim, cosy interiors? Check. This adorable cottage for two is perfect for a romantic getaway with its great views, nearby village and excellent walks.  Food shopping, wine delivery and daily housekeeping are all available on request to make your stay easier.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), £114 per night or £350 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here.

Cottage, Morchard Bishop, Crediton, DevonRecently restored 15th century cob and stone cottage with a king size bed, a roll top bath and an inglenook with wood burner. The cottage is located in Devon's rolling heartland, on the edge of the village of Morchard Bishop and just a short stroll from the old village coaching inn. There are over 40 footpaths from the village, Dartmoor and Exmoor are within easy reach and there are numerous National Trust properties and RHS gardens to discover nearby.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), £295 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here

Poppets Cottage, Uckfield, SussexPretty cottage furnished in a vintage country style, located within the grounds of the owners’ home in the pretty village of Buxted with views onto a large garden. Guests can enjoy walks onto the East Sussex Weald directly from the front door and there are many castles, historic houses, National Trust properties and excellent pubs to discover in the area.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), £75 per night or £320 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here.

Ivy Cottage, Brinsop, Hereford, HerefordshireThis pretty 18th century cottage has been lovingly restored by the owners and features an AGA warmed, beamed kitchen, a wood burner to keep things cosy and views across the valley to the woodland and the Black Mountains.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), £124 per night or £900 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here 

Hillview Cottage, Tignabruaich, Argyll & ButeIndulge in a total digital detox at this basic but pretty little cottage with no TV or wifi. Set in a sheltered position overlooking the western shores of the Isle of Bute with the island of Arran and Holy Isle far in the distance, the views are amazing and there are plenty of walks to be had in the rugged countryside.

Sleeps up to five (two bedrooms), £355 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here.

And further afield…

Luxury Suite in Former Bakery, Paris, FranceThis former Parisian boulangerie has been transformed by friendly owner Christophe into chic little city pad for two, complete with cool décor and handy mod cons like Wifi and Nespresso machine. It’s also centrally located and just a few minutes’ walk from the nearest Metro station.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), £100 per night or £500 per week over Valentine’s. For more information or to book, click here.

Monteluce, Vendicari Nature reserve, Noto, SicilySet deep in the Sicilian countryside among olive and citrus groves, Monteluce is a stone’s throw away from the World Heritage Unesco listed baroque city of Noto. It is an oasis of warm-hearted hospitality, superb design and good taste where designer Imelda has created a beautiful retreat.

Sleeps up to two (one bedroom), from £1,050 per week (Valentine’s prices TBC). For more information or to book, click here.

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