The perfect city escape, with the Norfolk coast in one view and farmland in the other.
Sea views over Lundy Bay and Pentire Head from this ground floor apartment set away from the crowds.
A cliff-top cabin with a whole lot of history, just metres from the coastal path.
A little cottage packed with original features and distant views out to sea.
A converted former officer’s quarters sitting on the impressive St Anthony’s Head.
Half a mile away from Lindisfarne Castle, this simple little hideaway is perfect for seal watching.
A beautifully preserved apartment, packed full of original Tudor features on the Cotehele estate.
With its pretty cottage styling and garden, Granny’s is a great base for exploring the Dodman.
Live in the historic house of Trerice where views extend over the gardens and countryside.
A sophisticated barn conversion with a timber-frame ceiling and views over Carminowe Creek.
In the tiny hamlet of Gwendra, Dairy Cottage offers open plan living and a short walk to the beach.
One of the apartments in Doyden House, with the South West Coast Path just outside the door.
Set in a small Cornish village, this converted rectory barn is perfect for a peaceful getaway.
A cottage just metres from a winding tidal creek, nestling among its densely-wooded banks.
A charming cottage with traditional stone exterior on the Roseland peninsula.
On the edge of the beach in Porthdinllaen, wake up to sea views in this cosy retreat.
High on the slopes of the secluded Cot Valley, this old miner’s cottage is full of character.
Close to the beach with a fascinating history and just three miles from cobbled Clovelly village.
A neo-classic style lodge with a homely interior, set on the Trelissick estate.
A converted 15th century cottage near an orchard with mullioned windows overlooking the Cotehele estate.