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Chasing a little white ball into a little white hole is popular all over the UK. But most log cabins are built in super scenery, so a local game of golf is a good bet for making the most of it. From a pitch and putt on site to a championship golf course nearby the log cabin locations below will make it easy for you to treat yourself to some golf time.

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Tudor Hall 16

Saffron Walden, Essex, East of England

Tudor Hall From £10750 Availability

Nestled in a sensational rural spot in the Essex countryside, Tudor Hall is a magnificent, atmospheric, historic home sleeping 16 guests. It is a true Tudor gem boasting 3 acres of stunning Italianate landscaped grounds, a fabulous heated swimming pool, an all-weather tennis court, hot tub, inglenooks, ancient beams, a wonderful kitchen with an Aga, splendid entertainment spaces and sumptuous furnishings throughout. This exceptional gem is located in the sleepy village of Hempstead, close to the buzzy market town of Saffron Walden and the birthplace of Dick Turpin and surrounded by rolling hills.Though you may feel inclined to stay put at Tudor Hall with its magical treats, there is much to discover close by for adults and children. You may be golf fans, you may enjoy punting on the River Cam in Cambridge, visiting the impressive Imperial War Museum at Duxford, steaming along the Colne Valley Railway, discovering the Dick Turpin Trail, meeting the lions and snow leopards at Linton Zoo or sampling gastronomic wonders in the fantastic array of renowned restaurants and pubs.

Tudor Hall is a fantastic venue for family and friends celebrations or corporate events. It’s 6 beautifully finished bedrooms sleep 16 guests though there are some extra beds that can be used increasing the numbers to 20. Guests cannot fail to relax, recuperate and enjoy time with others at this splendid countryside retreat where the owners have thought of everything to make your stay complete. You can enjoy some competitive fun playing pool, dive into the huge heated pool, spend the afternoon on the tennis court, disappear quietly to the library or the grand living room with the Sunday newspapers, enjoy a glass of fizz while relaxing in the bubbling inflatable hot tub, wander around the stunning topiary, box hedges and vibrant flower beds, take drinks on the terrace or dine alfresco using the three barbecues! Such bliss!

Brimming with antique furnishings, ornate mirrors, a piano and nods from the past, Tudor Lodge is both homely and luxurious. This is a house that makes you feel special. The kitchen diner is beautiful with a modern country kitchen complete with Aga, two fridges, a Nespresso coffee machine and breakfast bar and an excellent 16-seater dining table. Guests can keep the chefs company with an ice-cold glass of wine while they cook up a storm in this wonderful space. The cream tones of the dining area blend perfectly and create an atmosphere of elegance and calm. For a more refined dinner, you can head to the atmospheric formal Tudor dining room, full of traditional charm with its ancient beams and its beautiful furnishings from time gone by. On cooler evenings, you may wish to relax on the sumptuous sofas in front of the roaring inglenook fireplace in the living room, enjoying family board games or watching a film on the huge television. There is a great choice of DVD’s plus Netflix and Sky TV or you can listen to your favourite tracks through the Sonos sound system.

Upstairs guests can luxuriate in fantastic dreamy sleeping spaces and exquisite bathrooms with wet room showers and free-standing baths. The stunning master bedroom enjoys a comfy super-king bed, another guest bed, beautiful beams and windows and a stunning Jack-and-Jill shower room. The second master bedroom is a mirror image with spectacular garden views. Bedrooms three and four are gorgeous, enjoying double beds adorned with luxury linens. They share a bathroom and shower. Bedrooms five and six offer three single beds in each with the possibility of a guest bed in each. These heavenly, beautifully finished spaces share the master bathroom.

Outside, guests will unwind in countryside bliss. The outdoor swimming pool is heated to 28 degrees from May until September and is surrounded by a wonderful pool deck where you can enjoy the sunshine and your holiday read. There is a good range of sun loungers and oversized beanies. To cool off you can head to the pool house for a friendly game of pool. There are three barbecues for alfresco dining, two coal and one gas. The huge outdoor dining table will seat all of your guests. Pre-dinner drinks can be taken on the terrace and later you can finish with a nightcap under the stars. If it is chilly you can enjoy the chiminea and the luxury blankets provided.

Surrounded by rolling countryside, pretty villages and market towns, Tudor Hall is an idyllic dreamy retreat, just perfect for large groups wanting to get together.

Tudor Hall and its 3 acres of beautiful, landscaped gardens lies quietly in rural countryside close to the wonderful medieval market town of Saffron Walden. With independent shops, lovely delicatessens, inviting cafes and wonderful amenities, it is the perfect place to pick up supplies for the house. There are some amazing historic buildings and fabulous attractions including Saffron Hall, the Saffron Walden Museum, St Mary the Virgin Parish Church and the Saffron Screen. It also boasts the excellent Saffron Walden Golf Club. Close by are Saffron Grange Vineyard, Bridge End Garden, the Fry Art Gallery, Finchingfield Guildhall, the Audley End Miniature Railway and Audley End House and Garden. Audley End House and Gardens is a wonderful outing with ‘Capability’ Brown parkland. It is also the venue for some fabulous live music concerts so you should check if there is anything on when you are visiting.

There are some wonderful villages surrounding Tudor Hall, some enjoying fantastic reputations for their restaurants and pubs. You can dine at The Three Hills at Barton with its Two Star AA Rosette and Michelin Plate awards, The Plough at Radwinter or The Dog and Duck in Linton, amongst others. You can also hire bikes from Newdales to explore the area.

Cambridge is within easy reach where you can enjoying punting on the River Cam, climbing the tower at St. Mary’s, wandering around admiring the university buildings or enjoying the fabulous shops. Cambridge is a compact city with a seven-days-a-week market and a Saturday All Saint’s Garden Art and Craft market. There are a choice of galleries showcasing contemporary and classic art, a buzzing theatre, live music, a famous Folk Festival, an ever-popular Beer Festival and the family-friendly Big Weekend. Visitors can enjoy walking tours of the city or you can sightsee by bike. There is an excellent network of cycle paths in and around the city. The King’s College Chapel is famous for its choral services broadcast live by the BBC. You will surely be enchanted should you have chance to hear the sublime choir and Choral Evensong. The Fitzwilliam Museum is home to world-class collections of art and antiquities and Kettle’s Yard is one of the finest galleries.

Childford Hall Vineyard is another excellent place to visit. You can take a tour and sample some of the award-winning wines or enjoy a quintessentially English afternoon tea. You can buy some of their red, white, rose and sparkling wines in the shop.

The Imperial War Museum at Duxford is Europe’s largest air museum. You can walk through the same hangars and buildings as those who served at RAF Duxford and see aircraft take to the skies from the airfield where Spitfires first flew. Visitors will be close to over a century of aviation. The museum also offers thrilling air shows and a series of flying days.

The Breakers - Riviera Apartment 2

Kent, Kent, South of England

The Breakers - Riviera Apartment From £1440 Availability

Welcome to the unique and exceptional The Breakers - Riviera Apartment on the charming Kent Coast. Comfortably sitting on one of the most sought-after private roads in Sandgate, with direct beach access and a view of France on a sunny day! This astonishing treasure is the ideal seaside getaway offering a fun, friendly atmosphere with heaps of style. It is only 5 minutes away from the local gastropubs and is within an easy reach of Sandgate Village and Folkestone Harbour.

The Breakers - Riviera Apartment is the ideal base to explore all the joys of Kent. The engaging interiors feature an imaginative and thoughtful design, with an astonishing mural by Kent artist Oliver Trowell, ceiling lighting depicting a shooting star and beautiful sculptures and artwork throughout. The apartment is bright and light, making it ideal for summer stays. Whilst also offering homely furnishings and a toasty wood burner for winter months.

On entering the beach house, you are greeted by an enchanting display of maritime objects and paintings, reflecting the history of the local area and owners. This leads to the stylish living room with a dining table for 4, kitchen, comfortable seating, and large TV. The large ground floor windows illuminate the space allowing for a stunning uninterrupted panoramic sea view. Not to mention, the room also plays host to an extraordinary mural, Greek columns, and sculptures. There is a double bedroom with a chic bathroom boasting a Jacuzzi bathtub. The laundry room is also located on the ground floor. This is a flexible space that works well as a self-contained apartment if required.

The beach itself is a pebbly, quite beach with long views over the channel, leading into the village of Sandgate. Shopaholics will love exploring the high street filled with shops selling antiques and collectables, along with a variety of pubs, restaurants, and cafes. A short walk along the coast path will bring you to the popular town of Folkestone. Stroll the cobbled street of Folkerstone’s Creative quarter, enjoy some outstanding food at the harbour or visit the popular Lower Leas Costal Park. The town also plays host to the unmissable Folkestone Triennial showcasing the best that the arts have to offer!

The Breaker is charmingly situated on Sandgate Beach, Folkestone. A quite beach with easy access to a wealth of lovely restaurants, pubs, and antique shops in the small village. The world famous St George’s Golf Club, the host to the 149th Open Championship is also within easy reach. Wine lovers would also enjoy a trip to Tilingham a local vineyard offering a select of natural wine and seasonal food. Guest can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the coastal path to Sandgate or toward Folkestone Beach and Harbour. The harbour has recently been renovated with lovely restaurants such as Rocksalt, Smokehouse and Chummys Seafood Stall. The iconic White Cliffs of Dover and South Foreland Lighthouse are situated a little further along the coast. History buffs can enjoy a trip to the Canterbury Cathedral, Battle of Britain memorial or Battle of Britain Museum, which boast a WWII German bomber. For a more immersive Spitfire plane are available to fly from Lydd Airport. You can fly along the White Cliffs of Dover for the original Battle of Britain Experience! From Dover’s white cliffs to the magnificent Canterbury cathedral to the new Turner Gallery there’s so much to see and do in Kent. Shop on cobbled streets in Rye, experience safari adventures at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, taste wines at Biddenden Vineyards, admire brightly-coloured orchards and beautiful countryside driving through picture card villages or visit impressive Bodiam or Leeds Castle.

Hythe has a lovely high street with plenty of antiques, small shops and restaurants. Folkestone’s Creative Quarter is a hive of arty activity with galleries galore. Folkestone Leas nature park overlooks the ocean and perfectly complements dinner at the Grand Hotel. Dungeness Nature Reserve is fascinating with fishermen’s huts and the largest expanse of shingle in Europe - a haven for wildlife spotters. Dymchurch Railway is a 15" gauge main-line in miniature, with operating steam and diesel hauled trains. France is only an hour away with the Eurotunnel.

For rainy days and retail therapy, Ashford has a large outlet centre next to the International train station. There are several golf courses nearby such as Littlestone Warren (British open qualify rounds), Lydd, Hythe Imperial or Sene Valley. Foodies are recommended food at the following restaurant, Rock Salt Folkstone, Folkstone Wine Company, The Wife of Bath, The Five Bell Inns, The Pig at Bridge Place, Fordwich Arms, Restaurant at Port Lympne, Hide and Fox, The Randor Arms and the Bistro at Lympne Castle.

The Breakers - Sea Shell Apartment 7

Kent, South of England

The Breakers - Sea Shell Apartment From £2160 Availability

The Breakers - Sea Shell Apartment is a beautiful home to explore all the joys of Kent. Shell Apartmentis bright and light, making it ideal for summer stays. Whilst also offering homely furnishings and a toasty wood burner for winter months. The first floor has an appealing layout with a large master bedroom with an ensuite bathroom and private balcony, which is the perfect spot to take full advantage of the picturesque views. There is a modern, well-equipped kitchen, cosy seating area with wood burner along with two tables for entertaining. Creating ample space for groups or celebratory occasion. The living room balcony is the real showstopper. It benefits from superb far-reaching, elevated views over the sea, with additional seating and a BBQ.

The second floor is accessible via a spiral staircase and consists of one bedroom with a zip and link bed that can be set up as a double or twin bedroom. There is also an additional trundle bed available. For a touch of luxury, the ensuite bathroom offers a large roll-top bathtub.

The beach itself is a pebbly, quite beach with long views over the channel, leading into the village of Sandgate. Shopaholics will love exploring the high street filled with shops selling antiques and collectables, along with a variety of pubs, restaurants, and cafes. A short walk along the coast path will bring you to the popular town of Folkestone. Stroll the cobbled street of Folkerstone’s Creative quarter, enjoy some outstanding food at the harbour or visit the popular Lower Leas Costal Park. The town also plays host to the unmissable Folkestone Triennial showcasing the best that the arts have to offer! The Breakers is especially great for families. Together you can enjoy exploring local attractions and historical sites like Dover Castle, South Foreland Lighthouse and Battle of Britain Museum. And if that was not enough, there are the charming nearby villages and the seaside town of Rye, Camber, Dungeness, St Margaret’s Bay, Deal, Sandwich Broadstairs and Whitstable to discover - all offering a selection of shops, galleries, a cinema and restaurants. The Breakers is the perfect seaside escape offering an exceptional stay to remember.

The Breaker is charmingly situated on Sandgate Beach, Folkestone. A quite beach with easy access to a wealth of lovely restaurants, pubs, and antique shops in the small village. The world famous St George’s Golf Club, the host to the 149th Open Championship is also within easy reach. Wine lovers would also enjoy a trip to Tilingham a local vineyard offering a select of natural wine and seasonal food. Guest can enjoy a leisurely stroll along the coastal path to Sandgate or toward Folkestone Beach and Harbour. The harbour has recently been renovated with lovely restaurants such as Rocksalt, Smokehouse and Chummys Seafood Stall. The iconic White Cliffs of Dover and South Foreland Lighthouse are situated a little further along the coast. History buffs can enjoy a trip to the Canterbury Cathedral, Battle of Britain memorial or Battle of Britain Museum, which boast a WWII German bomber. For a more immersive Spitfire plane are available to fly from Lydd Airport. You can fly along the White Cliffs of Dover for the original Battle of Britain Experience! From Dover’s white cliffs to the magnificent Canterbury cathedral to the new Turner Gallery there’s so much to see and do in Kent. Shop on cobbled streets in Rye, experience safari adventures at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, taste wines at Biddenden Vineyards, admire brightly-coloured orchards and beautiful countryside driving through picture card villages or visit impressive Bodiam or Leeds Castle.

Hythe has a lovely high street with plenty of antiques, small shops and restaurants. Folkestone’s Creative Quarter is a hive of arty activity with galleries galore. Folkestone Leas nature park overlooks the ocean and perfectly complements dinner at the Grand Hotel. Dungeness Nature Reserve is fascinating with fishermen’s huts and the largest expanse of shingle in Europe - a haven for wildlife spotters. Dymchurch Railway is a 15" gauge main-line in miniature, with operating steam and diesel hauled trains. France is only an hour away with the Eurotunnel.

For rainy days and retail therapy, Ashford has a large outlet centre next to the International train station. There are several golf courses nearby such as Littlestone Warren (British open qualify rounds), Lydd, Hythe Imperial or Sene Valley. Foodies are recommended food at the following restaurant, Rock Salt Folkstone, Folkstone Wine Company, The Wife of Bath, The Five Bell Inns, The Pig at Bridge Place, Fordwich Arms, Restaurant at Port Lympne, Hide and Fox, The Randor Arms and the Bistro at Lympne Castle.

Catchfrench Manor 24

St Germans, Cornwall, South West of England

Catchfrench Manor From £6560 Availability

The remarkable, imposing, Grade II listed Catchfrench Manor is one of Cornwall’s most historic houses. As well as its fascinating history it offers stunning gardens designed in 1792 by the leading garden landscaper, Sir Humphrey Repton, Elizabethan ruins, parkland, orchards, paddocks and woodland in a fabulous, out-of-this-world plot of 25 acres. With magnificent entertainment spaces, eight sumptuous bedrooms on the first floor and two independent apartments on the lower ground floor with a further three bedrooms, this gorgeous manor house is perfect for large groups of friends or family and those wanting to celebrate special events.

Catchfrench Manor is located in a secluded, prestigious elevated position at St. Germans, 4 miles from the wonderful South Cornish coast, 14 miles from Plymouth and 24 miles from Tavistock. St. Germans was a former capital of Cornwall and is close to the Cornwall/Devon border. Dartmoor lies to the north east. Nearby towns include Liskeard and Saltash and the beautiful, picturesque fishing harbours of Polperro, Looe and Fowey are within easy reach.

Catchfrench Manor was originally the principal house of the Manor of Bonyalva, mentioned in the Domesday Book and was attached to the Abbey of St. Germans. The Elizabethan manor house was built in 1580 by George Kekewyche, the Sheriff of Cornwall under Elizabeth I and now exists as a ruin adjacent to the present house. His name can be seen over the granite archway to the enclosed cobbled courtyard. The ruin includes original arches, benches, troughs and the ice house. The house was bought by Julius Glanville in 1716 and the present house was built in attractive Gothic style in the first half of the 18th Century. This fabulous, majestic manor house is clad with roses, honeysuckle, jasmine and a fabulous mature wisteria.

You will certainly feel like Lords and Ladies of the Manor when you arrive at this incredible wonder! Guests enter the property through a fine panelled front door to the entrance hall and a long reception hall with its large display alcove, tall gothic windows overlooking the ruin and fine, intricate cornicing. From here, you pass through impressive double depth panelled doors to the principal reception rooms including the drawing room which was formally the ball room. This grand, stately room boasts four sets of windows, one being French and offering access to the gardens, a striking fireplace with a polished marble hearth, gorgeous cornicing, a beautiful parquet floor and an excellent array of comfortable furnishings. The lavish sitting room next door boasts an original ornate fireplace and stunning windows which drown this beautiful room in natural light. The superb study is bright and beautiful with dual aspect and a gorgeous window seat overlooking the ruins. The Robinson & Cornish designer kitchen is a gorgeous, sociable space enjoying original features, an Aga and modern appliances, perfect for the chefs in your group. There is even a walk-in pantry. At one end of the kitchen you will find the family room and at the other, the children’s playroom and cloakroom. This house is ideal for multi-generational families with plenty of spaces to relax with the Sunday newspapers or pre-dinner drinks while children happily play for hours inside and out.

The enormous master bedroom suite and seven further bedrooms are found on the first floor. The master enjoys gorgeous views over the ruin, the lawn and the paddock and boasts an ensuite bathroom. Five further bedrooms run along the length of the manor house enjoying fabulous, far-reaching views and another two are tucked along the eastern side of the house. They share two bathrooms and a shower room.

The lower ground floor is comprised of a self-contained annex including the cellar, utility and boot room and boiler room as well as two self-contained apartments. These are ideal for grandparents or other members of your group that may appreciate some quiet time or personal space. All of the rooms enjoy natural light and are very spacious. One of the apartments offers a bedroom, bathroom, sitting room and a kitchen and the other boasts two bedrooms, a bathroom, a sitting room and a kitchen.

The gardens and grounds of Catchfrench Manor are incredible. The 25 acre plot includes mature broadleaved woodland with its delightful carpet of wild garlic in the spring, a pond, a formal herb garden with clipped box borders, an orchard, a plantation of mature specimen trees including acers, a handkerchief tree, an Indian bean tree, conifers, oak, beech and beautiful azaleas, rhododendrons, camelias and hydrangeas. To the side of the field are semi-formal gardens, a peacock enclosure and a large lush lawn with spectacular views over the surrounding countryside. A path runs through the bluebell wood to the quarry garden which is entered through a dry wall slate tunnel. At the rear of the ruin is the former ice house. There is access to the lower ground floor apartments from the cobbled courtyard. The gardens were formally open to the public with the spectacular rhododendrons being once of the largest collections in Cornwall.

Catchfrench Manor really is one of a kind and the perfect venue for group get-togethers and celebrations. It is located in a wonderful spot with fantastic day trip opportunities. * Please note that it is possible for smaller groups of up to 16 guests to book Catchfrench Manor for a reduced price during selected low season dates. Please note that groups of 16 will not have access to the ground floor bedrooms. If you would like access to the entire house, you will need to select 17 + guests at the time of booking.

Catchfrench Manor is located amongst beautiful countryside, 4 miles from the South Cornwall coast and close to the Cornwall/Devon border. Plymouth and South Hams lie to the east while Devon’s Tavistock and Dartmoor lie to the north east. Plymouth boasts the Theatre Royal which attracts major opera, ballet and drama productions, excellent shopping facilities, amazing restaurants and some of the best sailing facilities in Europe. The thriving market town of Tavistock is an ancient stannary town and home of the cream tea. It holds world heritage status and is famous for its award-winning farmers’ market and pannier market. Tavistock has direct access to Dartmoor’s magical Western Moor, the perfect spot for picnics, walking, cycling and riding.

Liskeard is another attractive ancient stannary and market town, 14 miles west of the River Tamar and 12 miles east of Bodmin at the head of the Looe Valley. There are some excellent restaurants and independent shops.

Saltash is situated on the west bank of the River Tamar, across the river from Plymouth. Saltash enjoys great access to adventures on the river with the Tamar Valley being designated an Area of Outstanding Beauty. It is also close the the National Trust’s Cotehele House. Visitors enjoy sailing, watersports and bathing in the Tamar Estuary.

To the west of Catchfrench Manor, on the coast, is the very attractive Polperro. The South West Coast Path offers some fantastic, scenic walking plus there are interesting shops in Polperro. A figure-of-eight walk around the historic fishing village and the headlands surrounding Polperro covers historic sites including the net loft perched on Peak Rock, the Victorian sea pool, the lighthouse and the site of the medieval chapel. The Polperro Heritage Museum of Smuggling and Fishing is fascinating.

Further along the coast is Fowey, a picturesque town and bustling small port. The attractive harbour is flanked by 14th century blockhouses, one in Fowey and the other in the delightful town of Polruan on the opposite side of the river. In Polruan you will find pretty cottages clinging to the hillside. A car ferry crosses the river to Boddinick. The ferry house was originally the du Maurier family home and later the home of Angela du Maurier, Daphne’s sister. The Fowey Estuary is stunning with boat trips galore.

Golf fans will be delighted with the courses at St Mellion, Yelverton and Tavistock. Racing at Newton Abbot and Exeter is also very popular.

St Andrews Lodge 10

Kingdom Of Fife, Fife, Scotland

St Andrews Lodge From £4620 Availability

The magnificent St Andrews Lodge is the newest of three gorgeous gems making up the fabulous St Andrews Country Retreat. It will launch in April 2022. St Andrews Lodge offers five beautifully appointed bedroom suites sleeping 10 guests in luxurious comfort. It can be booked on its own or in conjunction with one or both of the other houses. In total the three houses can sleep 30 guests plus there is on-site bed and breakfast accommodation which can sleep a further 8 guests. The family-run, five star St Andrews Country Retreat is absolutely perfect for large groups, either friends or multi-generational families or corporate gatherings. The luxurious facilities at each of the houses and on the estate are second-to-none and are absolutely fabulous for golf loving guests. It boasts a stunning location, surrounded by 65 acres of tranquil countryside.

St Andrews Lodge is located just outside the very pretty hamlet of Peat Inn. The hamlet is centred on the Michelin starred restaurant The Peat Inn which was built in the mid 1700’s. It is 7 miles south east of Cupar and 6 miles south west of St Andrews, Scotland’s world-famous Home of Golf. St Andrews is the Kingdom of Fife’s historic gem, famous also for its university, medieval streets and fantastic traditional buildings including St Andrews Cathedral. This superb golf capital boasts 10 fantastic courses including the renowned Old Course.

St Andrews Lodge is perfect for celebrations with its beautifully appointed entertainment spaces. It is stylishly furnished and decorated throughout. Interior designers have certainly waved their magic wands on this beautiful house. The Lodge is built on one level so is an accessible property offering a warm welcome and a luxurious, indulgent stay. The very well equipped designer kitchen and breakfast room boasts exceptional appliances and a wonderful atmosphere. There are two living and dining spaces, one at each end of the Lodge. One of the living spaces features a bar with pull up stools, another fabulous feature. All Sky channels are available when watching the state-of-the-art televisions. The five excellent bedroom suites boast stunning oversized headboards, luxury tartan throws and cushions decorating the beds, dressing areas and immaculate bathrooms. With superb power showers and indulgent roll top baths, the bathrooms are restful, luxurious and certainly spaces where you will want to linger. Guests are provided with robes, slippers and luxury toiletries. Guests will enjoy the sleep of kings on the memory foam, super-sprung, super-king zip and links beds which offer flexible sleeping arrangements.

Outside guests can pamper themselves in the private hydro spa with its incredible 43 jets that relieve tension in targeted areas. What bliss!  It is certainly the spot for a glass of champagne while enjoying the fabulous views across the River Forth. You can also enjoy alfresco dining on the terrace using the excellent Mediterranean barbecue. The Lodge will enjoy a short golf game with pitching mats, holes and bunkers, similar to those at the other two properties. Guests also enjoy access the Retreat’s private 270 yard golf driving range.

St Andrews Lodge has been designed to offer the ultimate in luxurious breaks with incredible facilities. The Retreat enjoys an in-house catering team who can provide delicious bespoke breakfasts and carefully chosen private chefs can create tailored menus if desired. The estate also offers hire of its 16 seater mini coach and 8 seater mini bus and offers some complimentary transfers locally when available. You cannot go wrong booking accommodation at St Andrews Country Retreat!

St Andrews Lodge is located just outside of St Andrews, the golfing capital of Scotland in the small hamlet of Peat Inn. Guests can enjoy a delicious gastronomic delight at The Peat Inn, the hamlet’s famous Michelin starred restaurant.

St Andrews is extremely popular for its landscaped, prestigious golf courses but also offers excellent shopping, some wonderful art galleries, interesting museums and spectacular golden beaches. Visitors enjoy fine dining in the atmospheric restaurants as well as delicious ice creams from the local ice cream parlours. There are many exciting and interesting attractions from St Andrews Cathedral and St Andrews Castle to Scotland’s Secret Bunker. The remains of St Andrews Cathedral are a must-see for any visitor. It was once the largest church in Scotland and the museum is home to a fantastic collection of medieval sculptures and relics which were found on the site. For amazing views across St Andrews and Fife, visitors can climb St Rule’s Tower which dates from the 12th century. St Andrews Castle enjoys a history spanning 450 years. It has been a bishop’s palace, a fortress and a state prison.

The Old Course is the golfing location which every golfer aspires to visit. It is one of the most famous golf courses in the world and visitors can join an expert guide to walk around the 1st, 17th and 18th holes, walking in the footsteps of golfing legends and experiencing a player’s eye view. There are ballots to play on the Old Course but you can book in advance to play on some of the other golfing wonders including The Castle Course, The New Course, the Jubilee Course, the Eden Course and the Strathtyrum Course.

Another popular adventure is to take one of the St Andrews Ghost Tours which introduce visitors to many haunted locations including the Cathedral and St Andrews University.

The Fife Pilgrim Way is a wonderfully scenic long-distance walk through the ancient Kingdom of Fife. Visitors can follow in the footsteps of pilgrims who flocked to Fife between the 11th and 16th centuries to be near to the bones of St Andrew, one of Jesus’ disciples. It was considered to be the next best thing to the Holy Land, joining ranks with the Santiago de Compostela and Rome.

Dundee is only half an hour from St Andrews Lodge. It is located on the Firth of Tay estuary and enjoys a regenerated waterfront with two nautical museums, RRS Discovery, Captain Scott’s Antarctic expedition ship and HM Frigate Unicorn, the 19th century warship. There are many museums including Verdant Works which celebrates the city’s jute manufacturing heritage and The McManus, Dundee’s Art Gallery and Museum which displays art and archaeological finds.

Stroud Country Manor 12

Stroud, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Stroud Country Manor From £4461 Availability

Fabulously located in a hilltop position, Stroud Country Manor boasts sweeping views over the surrounding countryside, ideal for those in search of an idyllic getaway. While guests will enjoy a relaxing stay, the home is ideal for those wanting to explore the Cotswolds. A wide variety of popular destinations can be found with easy reaching distance, including Stroud, Painswick and Cirencester.

The attractive Georgian home dates back to the 17th Century and has been beautifully modernised in recent years to provide a wonderful setting for a family reunion or special get-together. On the ground floor is the impressive entertaining space, comprising of a living room, drawing room, fully-equipped kitchen and dining room. There is plenty of space for the whole group to come together and socialise. Stroud Country Manor can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests across its five well-appointed bedrooms, all with beautiful antique french beds and white company linen. There are four king-size double rooms and one single room. The bedrooms share the use of two fantastic bathrooms.

Outside, the home is set within 2.5 acres of beautiful gardens, plenty of room for games and exploring. After action-packed days spent exploring the wonderful surrounding area, guests will enjoy perfect evenings spent taking a dip in the hot tub followed by a delicious meal al fresco on the terrace. The immediate countryside is lovely, providing a rich mix of activities, marvellous walks and trails around the top of the Valley and on Minchinhampton Common. Golf at Minchinhampton Golf Club and a visit to locals favorite Winstone's ice cream shop is also a must! Stroud Country Manor is both an idealistic weekend retreat for those wishing to escape from the hustle and bustle of London, and a perfect base for an active mini break.

Stroud County Manor holds an excellent location, set just 10-minutes from the centre of Stroud where a huge variety of helpful amenities, including shops and restaurants, can be found. Alternatively, the small yet thriving town of Minchinhampton, is less than 10-minutes away.

There is plenty to see, do and explore in the surrounding area. Cirencester, often referred to as the Capital of the Cotswolds is just twenty-five minutes away while Cheltenham, Bristol and Bath are all within an hour’s drive. Similarly, some of the Cotswolds most notable villages and towns including Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold and Moreton-in-Marsh are again just forty-five minutes to an hour away. The Cathedral city of Gloucester is less than 40-minutes away, with roots tracing back to Roman times, it is a must-visit for any history enthusiasts.