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Stars in their own right, our holiday cottages have been TV features on a range of programmes that you’re bound to have caught a glimpse of.

There is something truly special about staying at a cottage that has been seen on TV, offering you and your loved ones the opportunity to go behind the scenes of these much-loved shows.

Look forward to uncovering the superb Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing accommodations that can be found across the UK.

So stay tuned and discover 5 of our holiday cottages as seen on TV…

As seen on – Mortimer & Whitehouse: Gone Fishing

Throughout the three seasons of this popular BBC2 comedy series, the duo often stay in wonderful holiday accommodations that are on our books. From quirky buses to isolated barns, we have selected three of our favourite Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing accommodations that you can stay in. Alternatively, take a look at the top Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing Locations that you can visit.

 1. Cambridge Lodge (Ref. 903901), Wensley, Peak District

Cambridge Lodge

Sleeps: 6

Originally a water tank, this quirky Mortimer and Whitehouse: Gone Fishing accommodation rests in the quaint hamlet of Wensley, located on the edge of the Peak District National Park.

Its rural location offers you and your loved ones the opportunity to explore the popular market towns of Matlock and Bakewell, as well as the countryside walks upon the rolling setting of the National Park.

Enter on ground level and be immediately charmed by the historical reminders of this property with the low ceilings and real home-from-home interior ensuring a quirky stay at any time of the year.

As the comedians Whitehouse and Mortimer explore the UK seeking their favourite fishing spot, it is no surprise that this spectacular base became the real star of the show.

2. Three Peaks Barn (Ref. 10024), Chapel-le-Dale, Yorkshire Dales 

Three Peaks Barn

Sleeps: 13

Enjoying a captivating position with breath-taking views of the famous Three Peaks is this outstanding barn conversion.

The interior of this dwelling enjoys both style and tradition, with the exposed beams framing the modern appliances and contemporary furnishings.

This property is ideal for large groups of couples, friends and multi-generational families, with superb features including a pool table and a warming hot tub for soaking up the rural views.

Whilst exploring the heart of the Yorkshire Dales and searching for grayling on the picturesque River Ure, in this episode of Mortimer & Whitehouse you catch a glimpse of this characterful barn conversion, which promises a memorable getaway to the Ribblesdale countryside.

As seen on – Escape to the Country

3. Lower Calbourne Mill, Calbourne, Isle of Wight

Lower Calbourne Mill

Sleeps: 7

Exuding charm and character is the beautiful Lower Calbourne Mill, nestled in the quaint village of Newbridge near Calbourne.

This characterful accommodation comes adjoined to a mill house and boasts an endearing south-facing mill pond, where you and your loved ones can catch glimpse of the visiting ducks and herons, whilst admiring the soundtrack of the nearby waterfall.

Step into the kitchen, where a traditional AGA takes centre stage before all of the quality appliances required to cater your own heart-warming meals and quaint dining space for hosting all your loved ones together.

The characterful charm is continued into the sitting room, where a woodburning stove welcomes you in during a winter’s crisp evening and into the three elegantly-appointed bedrooms.

This spectacular barn was featured in James Martin and Lenny Carr-Roberts’ series, Escape to the Country, where a couple seek to find their dream home on the Isle of Wight with the potential for a holiday let.

As seen on – The World Of Peter Rabbit & Friends

4. Anvil Cottage (Ref. 972287), Sawrey, Lake District National Park

Anvil Cottage

Sleeps: 6

Enjoying a position opposite the home of Beatrix Potter in the picture-perfect village of Near Sawrey, is this traditional, stone-built abode, Anvil Cottage.

Offering bags of history, this cottage was once the village bakery and the charm has been retained by the slate-flagged floor, multi-fuel stove and quaint bay windows.

This delightful hideaway is the perfect base for exploring the western shores of Lake Windermere and the surrounding landscape of the Lake District National Park with your loved ones.

Catch a glimpse of this quaint cottage in the 1992 episode of The Tale of Peter Rabbit & Benjamin Bunny, sure to create a sense of 90s nostalgia.

If you are feeling inspired to stay at a cottage you’ve seen on screen, don’t hesitate to book with us today and add it to your New Year’s Resolutions! Share your behind-the-scenes photos with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.


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