Cottages With Table Tennis

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    Shepherds Delight: Stunning shepherd's hut overlooking rural countryside and meadowland in Marchington, near Uttoxeter. En-suite bedroom. On-site swimming pool. Uttoxeter 5 miles. (Ref. 959317)

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    The Bullshed: Located in the stunning and extensive private grounds of the beautiful 18c Trewinnard Manor, The Bullshed is a cosy one bedroom cottage suitable for a couple seeking peace and tranquility in an idyllic location 3 miles from Marazion. Outdoor heated pool (Ref. 958844)

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    Bluebell Cottage: A bright, pretty end-terrace brick barn conversion on the outskirts of Pimperne, Dorset, Super king-size double bed with en-suite. Exposed beams and WiFi. Shared games room. In Cranborne Chase AONB. Blandford Forum 1.5 miles. (Ref. 950045)

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    One bedroom cottage at The West Bay Club & Spa: Single storey cottage at The West Bay Club & Spa. Facilities include: Indoor swimming pool, gym, over 60 fitness classes per week, tennis, badminton and squash courts, Island Wellness Spa, Cafe. Cycle hire and tours also available. (Ref. 943761)

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    Hen Ffermdy: A beautifully-renovated farmhouse with mezzanine king-size bedroom and en-suite, three miles from Cross Inn. Cosy sitting room with warming woodburner. A delightful and tranquil retreat. Aberaeron 8 miles. (Ref. 939857)

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    Fisherman's Cottage: An immaculate, detached cottage near the beach on the Isle of Wight, between St Lawrence and Ventnor. Underfloor heating on ground floor. Picturesque panoramic coastal views of the English Channel. Beach 5 mins walk. Ventnor 1.5 miles. (Ref. 926283)

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    Apple Cottage: A cosy, comfortable barn conversion, one of a small group of five, in beautiful extensive grounds, in Ebberston village. Shared heated indoor swimming pool and games room. Easy access to moors and coast. Pickering 6 miles. (Ref. 914454)

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    Can Brow: Romantic, ground floor cottage set on the fantastic Graythwaite Estate with superb shared facilities on-site including indoor pool, fishing lake, woodland walks. Woodburner. Extensive selection of services, offers and discounts. Hawkshead 4 miles. (Ref. 914053)

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    Barn Owl Cottage: Lovely stable conversion, set in the heart of the Suffolk countryside. Close to Snape Maltings. With great access to the Suffolk Coast, romantic retreat. Large, shared grounds with pond. (Ref. 912561)

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    The Aylesbury Cottage: Outstanding Hinton cottage in idyllic surroundings. Traditional village pub, open fire and lovely walks from the doorstep. Luxurious single-storey accommodation within easy reach of Bath, Bristol and many unspoilt villages. (Ref. 906598)

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Just Show Me Cottages With Table Tennis

Planning a family holiday or a get-together with friends and need some kind of evening entertainment laid on other than the usual TV and music system? We've found a variety of holiday cottages with table tennis and they're proving hugely popular.

After-dinner fun Victorian style!

Did you know that table tennis was first played by upper class Victorians as a form of after-dinner entertainment? They transformed their dining tables into miniature indoor tennis courts, setting up a row of books in the centre as a net, and then used cigar box lids as paddles and Champagne corks as balls. As the game evolved, early racquets were made from parchment whose sound when striking the ball gave the game the nicknames of 'wiff-waff' and later the more affectionately known 'ping-pong'.

So follow in the footsteps of our inventive ancestors and plan some after-dinner fun in your holiday cottage with table tennis. Or, should it rain, perhaps an impromptu ping-pong tournament, competing in twos or fours. And do be prepared for speed as you spin and smash the ball over the nets at a much faster pace with today's rubber laminated bats! View our full range of holiday cottages with a table tennis table below.