Now there might only be a few days to go but, believe it or not, there’s still time for you to treat yourself to an Easter break! Whilst a lot of our cottages have been booking up fast, we still have availability in some fantastic properties all around the UK and Ireland, from the Cornish coast all the way through to County Donegal. We’ve picked out a few of our favourite holiday homes that are still available to book over Easter so take a look and see if you fancy any of them.
Warbrook (ref. 931691), Bradworthy in Devon
A detached barn conversion found in the midst of the Devonshire countryside, Warbrook is a great option for those looking to take a few days away with the kids over Easter. Being located on the owner’s working smallholding means that there’s plenty of outdoor space for the children to take advantage of and there’s even a fully enclosed garden complete with its own play area that promises hours of entertainment. The cottage itself is beautifully decorated throughout with an open plan living area, a modern kitchen and two superbly finished bedrooms. And if that wasn’t enough, the South West Coastal path is just a short drive away should you fancy a scenic walk during your break.
Jet Cottage (ref. 5268), Whitby in North Yorkshire
Or alternatively there’s Jet Cottage in Whitby. The property is located right in the town centre meaning that you’d have easy access to all of the hustle and bustle but you’ll still get plenty of peace and quiet due to the fact that it’s set back in a quaint yard away from the roads. Jet Cottage is full to the rafters with characterful features, from the original exposed beams through to the winding staircase and these are all married in beautifully with the modern décor. With Whitby’s harbour, shops and of course Abbey all right on the doorstep, there’s no chance of guests running out of things to do, so what are you waiting for?
Loistin Coimin (ref. 913526), Comeen in County Donegal
But what if you’re thinking of taking a trip over to Ireland over Easter? Well that’s where Loisin Coimin in County Donegal comes into it! Situated in the foothills of the Bluestacks, it offers stunning views out over the local countryside with both the Reelin River and the mountains taking starring roles. The interior of the cottage is bright and airy and comes with a lovely modern finish that really caps it all off, especially in the fully equipped kitchen that’s perfect for rustling up a good old roast on Easter Sunday!
Chestnut Cottage (ref. 2846), near Aberystwyth in Mid Wales
Part of a Grade II listed former dairy barn in the Welsh countryside, around 8 miles from Aberystwyth, Chestnut Cottage has been sympathetically converted by the owners into a luxury holiday let. With three bedrooms that comfortably sleep six people between them, there’s plenty of space if you’re looking to take a break with the family over Easter. What’s more you’ll be spoilt for choice in terms of things to do, with the Welsh coast and the Ystwyth trail just down the road, there’s walks galore and the seaside town of Aberystwyth offers countless attractions.
Home Farm Cottage (ref. 920461), Boscastle in Cornwall
And finally we’ve got Home Farm Cottage, another great family cottage. Just a short distance from the beautiful village of Boscastle, the property is situated on the owner’s working National Trust farm and enjoys phenomenal views out over the nearby Cornish Coastline. But that’s not it! Home Farm Cottage also boasts character features ranging from the exposed beams to the classic slate floors and a woodburner, as well as a fully enclosed garden for the little ones to play in.
So there you go, just a few of the superb cottages still available to book for Easter. If you’re interested in booking any of them make sure you click on the links below the photos to find some more information, but don’t worry if none of them have caught your eye – there are plenty of other properties still free over Easter, take a look here to find them!
Jamie is a big fan of long weekend walks with the dog, especially when there is the chance to refuel with lunch in a country pub. Living in Lancaster for three years gave him the perfect opportunity to spend a lot of time in the Lake District.