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633 Log Cabins with tennis in the UK

What could make your holiday go with more of a swing than tennis courts and neighbours willing to make up a competitive four? Or else other kids to play with your kids, and let them enjoy themselves with no effort on your part? However works best for you there is no doubt that a tennis court helps to serve up an enjoyable holiday. The log cabins below won’t get you to Wimbledon, but at least it’s a start.

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Dyrham House 11

Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Dyrham House From £5200 Availability

Dyrham House is an historic Grade II listed property located on the edge of the Cotswold Hills just outside the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath and the vibrant, artistic city of Bristol. The central hall with its stone mullion windows dates from 1570 with Georgian extensions added in 1850. It has been carefully and lovingly restored standing at the top of the village with views across the countryside and onto the hills beyond. The meticulous attention to detail can be seen in the quality of the interiors, where a sympathetic blend of both traditional and modern furniture and fittings creates a welcoming family home very much in harmony with its rural surroundings. The breath-taking gardens have had a much-coveted listing in the National Garden Scheme Yellow Book.

The front lawn slopes gently down to Boyd Brook, whose source is the underground spring in the grounds of the magnificent National Trust property Dyrham Park a few minutes walk away. The earliest suggestion of a park at Dyrham is in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which records the Battle of Deorham in AD 571 or 577, the name being thought to derive either from dwr meaning water and referring to the springs in the area, or from deor hamme, a deer enclosure. The deer park exists today and you can see the shapes of the 6th century hill fort in the fields beyond.

Sit on the south facing terrace and enjoy the delight of watching ducks alight on the brook or simply take in the breath-taking views and the stunning herbaceous borders in the main garden. There is an outdoor dining table on the terrace which seats 12 with a parasol for summer dining. The kitchen doors fold back to create an indoor/outdoor space in the summer. The sitting room doors also open onto the garden - perfect for a summer stay. In winter you will prefer closed doors and a wood burning fire in one of the many fireplaces throughout the house to give you that cosy, country house stay.

There are many walks in the area including one of the greatest walks in Britain, the Cotswold Way, which passes right through the village. You can join it for a 20 minute walk to Dyrham Wood or for the more intrepid to Bath itself - a wonderful, if hearty, walk that ends at Bath Abbey.

There are many other activities nearby; horse riding at Lucknam Park (also home to a Michelin starred restaurant and spa facilities), horse racing at the Bath race track, golf at Tracey Park the 240 acre park land and hotel a mere 5 minutes away, boating on the River Avon, hot air ballooning in nearby Bristol and tennis in Victoria Park, Bath.

The stunning, historic cities of Bath and Bristol offer a wealth of sightseeing and cultural activities from museums to art centres, cinemas and theatre including the Bristol Old Vic, one of the oldest and most revered theatres in Britain. There are four Michelin starred restaurants in Bristol. Both Bristol and Bath host antique markets, farmers markets and excellent independent shops. Bath is home to the ancient Roman Baths and the luxuriously modern Thermae Bath Spa, which houses the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain. In Bristol try a spa day and fine dining at The Lido the restored Victorian outdoor heated pool and spa in the city centre.

There are many other historic towns, villages and properties nearby which offer excellent family trips. Visit Lacock Abbey in nearby Lacock where Harry Potter was filmed or the thatched cottages of Castle Combe also home to the Michelin starred restaurant in the Combe Manor Hotel a 10 minute drive away.

Or enjoy the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Clevedon on the Severn Estuary 10 miles outside of Bristol, featuring the fully restored Victoria jetty, Clevedon Pier. Clevedon has seaside walks, a sailing club and the restored Victorian 'tidal pool' for swimming and kayaking. 10 miles outside of Bath is Longleat Safari Park in the grounds of the Elizabethan stately manor house.

Dyrham House is an oasis of tranquillity that will welcome you back to its beautiful, private setting from whatever fun trip you choose with your friends and family!

Dyrham House is located in one of the most picturesque parts of the country, right on the doorstep of the famous walking route The Cotswold Way. The local area is truly a walkers haven and you’ll find pamphlets in the house to direct you. You’ll benefit from the peace and quiet of a country retreat whilst still being easily accessible to the cultural hubs of Bath and Bristol.

As a UNESCO World Heritage city, you’d be silly to pass up a trip to Bath. With the Roman Baths, more museums than you can shake a stick at, markets and gorgeous Georgian architecture, there’s so much to do.

Bristol is a vibrant and forward-thinking city. With one of the country’s most diverse music and arts scenes, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating, drinking, live music and dancing into the early hours.  
A plethora of activities are available in the local area too; cycling, horse riding, golf, boating, hiking, National Trust properties and restaurants galore.

Hope Lodge 4

Lancaster, Lancashire, North of England

Hope Lodge From £373 Availability

Hope Lodge is a contemporary holiday lodge set on the edge of a lake on the border between Lancashire and the Lake District. The lodge sleeps four guests between a twin bedroom and a double bedroom, both located on the ground floor. It offers comfortable holiday accommodation for up to four people and access to a wide range of facilities on the Pine Lake site. These facilities include watersports, an on-site bar and restaurant with regular shows and entertainment and access to sports facilities including tennis courts. There is easy access from the lodge to the amenities in the nearby towns of Lancaster and Morecambe. Electric heating. Electric oven and hob, dishwasher, fridge (no ice box), microwave, washing machine, TV with Freeview, DVD player, CD/Radio. All fuel and power included. Bed linen and towels included. Cot and highchair available. Parking for one car. Terrace with views over the lake. Leisure club facilities are complimentary. Water sports are chargeable locally. Bar 5 minutes walk. Lake 1 minute walk.

Barn in Somerset 2

Taunton, Somerset, South West of England

Barn in Somerset From £459 Availability

This property enjoys a beautiful countryside location on the owners' smallholding, on the outskirts of the village of North Curry in rural Somerset. The village itself has a warm and welcoming character and offers a pub, coffee shop, and a handy post office/village shop. For those who want to make the most of the countryside surroundings, there are miles of walks to be enjoyed directly from the property's front door, whilst those who want to explore further afield, will find the town of Taunton just eight miles away. Thanks to the property's location in the heart of Somerset, there is easy access to the coast both to the north and south of the property. To the north, the large beach at Weston Super Mare is within a fifty minute drive, whilst the stunning Jurassic coast is around an equal distance to the south. The first thing that guests will notice on entering this barn conversion property, is the stunning views which can be enjoyed from the large floor to ceiling windows in the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Arranged so as to make the most of the beautiful sunsets and enjoy the warmth of the woodburner, the sofas in the lounge area look out over the countryside and also allow guests to sit back and relax in front of the TV (with Sky channels) and DVD. There is a Google home hub there to provide entertainment. One of these sofas is a sofa bed which can be used as an additional sleeping space for up to two children. The kitchen area, where guests will find everything they will need to make themselves at home, including an oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, coffee machine, washing machine, and tumble dryer. The bedroom is located off the main living area, and offers a king size bed and its own TV, perfect for enjoying relaxing lie ins or late night movies. The bathroom, located next to the bedroom, offers the best of both worlds with a bath, separate shower, and WC. Outside, the property benefits from its own enclosed garden which is accessed via patio doors from the lounge area. Enjoy the fabulous hot tub with incredible countryside views (please arrange with owner before arrival). There is outdoor furniture here, as well as a BBQ making it ideal for enjoying alfresco dining. Guests also have access to the owners' tennis courts by prior arrangement. There is plentiful off road parking available.

Barn in North Cornwall 4

Widemouth Bay, Cornwall, South West of England

Barn in North Cornwall From £470 Availability

Located in an ever popular part of North Cornwall, you will be just a three minute drive from the beautiful sandy beach of Widemouth Bay and eight minutes from the vibrant coastal town of Bude, busy all year round and boasting plenty of shops and restaurants, an 18 hole links golf course, sport and leisure centre, bowling greens, coarse and sea fishing, a choice of beachs and beautiful clifftop walks. The picturesque fishing village of Port Isaac, with fine local cuisine and famed for its association with Doc Martin lies to the west, as does ever popular Padstow and Newquay. Other places of interest accessible from here include King Arthur s castle, The Eden Project, Crealy Adventure Park, Bodmin Moor, and numerous National Trust properties and gardens, such as Lanhydrock. Stepping into the delightfully beamed two storey barn conversion you will immediately find yourself in a light and cosy open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Here squishy sofas, a Smart TV with DVD and a warming wood burner effect electric fire welcome you into the lounge area. The dining area is beautifully appointed with a contemporary country style kitchen table, settle and dresser and the well appointed kitchen offers an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Heading up the stairs to the first floor you will then discover the bedrooms, each boasting a beautiful double height ceiling with original exposed beams. These comprise a king size bedroom with en suite shower and WC, and a delightful little twin bedroom. There is also a separate bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Heading outside, there is an enclosed private garden to the front of the cottage with lawn area, gravelled patio area, garden furniture and charcoal BBQ. Ample private off road parking is provided within 10 yards. Shared on site leisure facilities within about 20 acres of private woodland and farmland include an indoor tennis court, pool table, table tennis, giant outdoor chess,river trout and coarse lake fishing, woodland walks and a kite flying field. .

Barn in Mid Wales 4

Brecon, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £681 Availability

Laid back luxury, with a hot tub in the quiet hills beyond the towns of Brecon & Sennybridge. There are great days out to be had in the surrounding Brecon Beacons, from walking the highest South Wales peak, PenyFan, to enjoying yummy meals in one of the many country pubs in the area, that's if you can tear yourself away from the bubbly tub. The area is very good for cycling with routes for both mountain bikes and road cyclists, with bike hire available in Brecon and Hay on Wye. There is a local soft play centre just outside Brecon, incase of a rainy day with under 8's and Brecon has a small independent cinema too. Sennybridge is the closest town, best for the basics, head to Brecon for a proper Welsh town, complete with Cathedral, Regimental museum, cinema and mountaineering shops. Hay on Wye is a favourite, with heaps of independent stores and cafes. Explore the popular Dan yr Ogof caves nearby, or Big Pit for a cultural adventure, both of which are a great family day out. Leisure facilities: hot tub. Games room: with table tennis and pool table. Play facilities: children s play frame. The accommodation offers TWO bedrooms: 1 double with en suite bath and WC and 1 twin, en suite shower and WC on the ground floor. Lounge: with woodburner, TV and DVD and access to the decking. Kitchen area, with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. Outside: childrens play frame with slide, pool table, boule, large wooden terrace area to the side, with BBQ and outdoor furniture, private hot tub. Regret no smoking. Regret no pets. Amenities: ample parking. Bed linen, electric, central heating and Wi Fi included. Additional info: there are electric charging points for cars.

Barn in Mid and East Devon 6

Tavistock, Devon, South West of England

Barn in Mid and East Devon From £785 Availability

The historic town of Tavistock is within a short walk of the barn, with an array of shops, cafes, pubs and restaurants. Tavistock being situated on the outskirts of the Dartmoor National Park, means you are not too far from some of the most breath taking views, walks and cycle tracks Devon has to offer. Heading south you have the regional capital of Plymouth which offers an array of amenities, not to mention its wealth of day trips, the historic Hoe, the National Marine Aquarium, Theatre Royal and much more. Family attractions nearby are Pennywell Farm, Southwest Segway, Woodlands family theme park and The Dartmoor Mystery Treasure Trail. The delightful barn conversion is situated within the owner s grounds which is renowned for its beautiful scenery and set within their own trout fishery. On entering this split level barn, you are greeted by the light and airy open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, coffee machine, microwave, fridge/freezer, washer/dryer, and you don t even need to do the dishes as there is a dishwasher to do the work for you. The lounge area which is accessed via a small set of stairs is a great space to sit back, relax and watch a movie or two on the TV/DVD after a long day of exploring the local surroundings, or, if you still have the energy why not have a game of tennis on the Wii. Heading on up to the first floor there are two bedrooms, one super king size (which can be made up as a twin on request) with a TV and one double with a TV. You will also find the bathroom here with a shower and WC. Down to the lower ground floor, accessed by a flight of stairs you have a double bedroom with TV, patio doors leading out onto the garden area and an en suite shower and WC. Venture outside to the small enclosed rear patio area, where you will find the hot tub, private BBQ and garden furniture. Fly fishing is available all year and children can try their hand at float fishing (available from Easter Sept). There are also many areas for children to play including a small football area and play equipment. The resident pigs and Donkeys are also a hit for all ages! A large communal BBQ area is also available for gatherings. There is off road parking available for four cars with this property.

Log Cabin in Shropshire 8

Oswestry, Shropshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin in Shropshire From £1015 Availability

Located on the edge of Kinnerley village in a peaceful location, near Oswestry with lots of interesting places within easy reach, including castles, country houses and gardens, steam trains, horse drawn canal trips, theatre and music events. Visit Oswestry for some boutique shopping and enjoy the culinary delights from the farmers market and local eateries. Discover the history of Oswestry on the town trail and visit the hill top Iron Age fort, great for walking or try one of the many cycling trails including National Trail Offa s Dyke and Tanat Valley. Visit medieval Shrewsbury, Welshpool with its steam trains, Ellesmere and its lake or take a horse drawn canal ride in Llangollen. Lot s to see and do for everyone all year round. Up on arriving at this beautiful lodge you will enter the hallway with a utility room on your left with washer/dryer and space for coats and shoes. Continue down the hall to the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, with lovely views from the picture windows. The kitchen area is well equipped with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and all the thoughtful little extras alongside. Enjoy your prepared meal around the dining table or open the French doors to go alfresco and enjoy the views. After dinner relax in the lounge area on the comfy sofas with a good book, watch a film on the Smart TV/DVD or listen to music & plan your next day s adventures. After a busy day take a good night s sleep In one of the four luxurious bedrooms, a king size with TV, en suite shower and WC and doors to the veranda with hot tub, two further king size bedrooms with TVs and en suite shower rooms and WC, or the twin zip and link bedroom (which can be made up as a super king size on request) with a TV and Jack and Jill bathroom with shower over bath and WC which is also accessed from the hallway. Venturing outside you will find a table, chairs and a George Foreman electric grill/barbecue all set under the veranda for those that prefer shade or enjoy the large lawn area, a perfect to relax and enjoy al fresco dining. Unwind in the hot tub from sunrise to sunset and embrace the views towards the Shropshire countryside. There are three acres of private grounds to explore with a full size tennis court and separate children s play area. There are four private parking spaces next to the property, and if you are bringing your bike you can use the lockable rack in the garden.

The Chellington Centre 30

Carlton Bedford, Bedfordshire, South of England

The Chellington Centre From £2259 Availability

This unique accomodation is located near Carlton in Bedfordshire. Remote enough to be blissfully peaceful, yet just 10 miles from Bedford and 15 miles from Northampton and Milton Keynes.

With full residential accommodation for groups up to 30 the modernised St Nicholas Church has  facilities for indoor and outdoor activities. Chellington is a wonderful base to combine team or family activities at the Centre, and action packed day trips to the many local attractions. The Centre can accommodate up to 100 people for day conferences, celebrations and events.

The flexible accommodation includes small group dormitory style bedrooms for up to 30 people - dormitories sleeps 4 or 5 people.

Sleeping accommodation can (by arrangement) be extended to 50 persons by using tents and additional space in the Centre.

A central multi-use hall can be used for indoor activities and dining. A games room and spectacular glass viewing lounge allow for smaller group activities.

The garden is an inspiring space with wonderful views of the Ouse Valley, space for camping for 30, a large garden barbecue and a camp fire circle.

For rainy days we have a wide range of toys and games in our games cupboard.

The Chellington Centre is also hired out on a day hire basis.

A full range of audio visual/cinema kit is available. Free Wi-Fi.

There is a wide range of activities in the local area including the award winning Harrold-Odell Country Park - a short walk over the river - and other river-based activities, such as kayaking. Ask the manager for more info. Just a bit further afield are attractions such as Woburn Safari Park, Wild Britain, Bodyflight (and surf) Xtreme and Bletchley Park.

Chellington recently invested in an air source heat pump which now produces the energy needed for heating the building. There is under floor heating throughout the building, and we have installed off-peak water saving devices. Recycling available on site, and we use plant based cleaning products.

Berry Wood Barn 11

Monmouthshire, Monmouthshire, Wales

Berry Wood Barn From £2688 Availability

Nestled quietly on the natural border between England and Wales, Berry Wood Barn offers beautifully finished accommodation for eleven very lucky guests. This superb property has been featured in Vogue and Conde Nast Traveller and it is easy to see why. Two beautiful ancient barns have been stylishly connected to create a luxurious holiday home which sits in the most fantastic position with heart-stopping panoramic views. Berry Wood Barn is located deep in the countryside, 2.8 km from Llanvihangel Crucorney and 10 km from the delightful Abergavenny with its castle, shops and restaurants. Blissfully remote, guests enjoy fresh air, incredible hikes and cycle rides from the back door, the most stunning scenery and extremely comfortable accommodation. The barn sits within a spectacular landscape sprinkled with Norman castles and charming villages. The astonishing Offa’s Dyke National Trail sits just up the hill and the ancient Grosmonth, Skenfrith and White castles are all within easy reach. Guests can enjoy the dramatic Black Mountains by horseback or kayak through the Wye Valley. Within thirty minutes, guests can visit Mappa Mundi, Hay on Wye and the beautiful Cathedral cities of Hereford and Brecon. Foodies are in for a treat with the Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn and The Hardwick Restaurant with its Michelin starred chef Stephen Terry just a few miles away. The entertainment possibilites when staying at Berry Wood Barn are endless.

This five star luxurious home is set within gorgeous three and a half acres of private grounds where you can relax, enjoy the sunshine, watch the sun go down with a glass of your favourite tipple and dine alfresco enjoying the panorama. Children can play happily as the garden comes complete with trampoline, swing ball and sledges for the winter months.

Berry Wood Barn offers fantastic living space, six gorgeous bedrooms and three bathrooms. You will quickly see that this is a much loved home with charming family paintings and photographs scattered around. You will feel extremely welcome and know that this is a happy house with magical memories. With the two barns being connected some of the rooms are on slightly different levels. From the front door, a stone stairway leads to a cosy den with a television, DVD player and Sky sports channels, the perfect spot for children to chill out after a long afternoon walking in the Black Mountains. Just a few steps up from this gorgeous, beautifully furnished space is the drawing room with its shelves full of books, its roaring open fire on chilly days and its numerous armchairs and its comfy sofa. It is a delightful room with cheery upholstery, just like the floral fabrics of the snug. The open plan country kitchen and dining room is just a few steps down from the drawing room together with a fabulous conservatory. The dining area offers a lovely French vintage table and chairs seating the whole group, an impressive oversized mirror and doors which open to the terrace and garden. The kitchen boasts a Lacanche electric range cooker, butler’s sink and other excellent appliances for your self catering stay. It is such a sociable room with guests easily being able to keep the chefs in the group company. Just outside is a beautiful oak table and gorgeous rattan chairs together with a barbecue for alfresco dining. The conservatory is just fabulous. With wallpaper and fabrics inspired by nature, this living space makes you smile and feel like you are in the garden. The sumptuous corner sofa is adorned with brightly coloured scattered cushions, sitting in front of a log burning stove. It is such a lovely bright spot all year round.

The barn offers six bedrooms, all beautifully finished. Two double bedrooms are located on one side of the property with doors opening to the garden. They both offer flexible sleeping arrangements with super king-size beds which can be converted to twins. Guests staying in these two rooms have use of a stunning bathroom with a roll top bath and a shower. On the next level, the master bedroom sits in all its finery with its lavish super king-size bed and ensuite bathroom. Like all of the beds, the master is dressed with crisp cottons and gorgeous soft furnishings. Adjoining the master is a delightful single bedroom ideal for a child. The walls are decorated with cute artwork and memories. A further flight of stairs leads to the final two bedrooms, both enjoying charming sloping ceilings and superbly comfy super king-size beds which can be converted to twins. Here there is another beautiful family bathroom with another roll top bath and separate shower. Every room enjoys a fabulous colour scheme, handmade curtains or blinds, one-of-a-kind handpicked vintage furnishings and beautiful paintings, all in keeping with this stunning rural setting.

Berry Wood Barn is simply gorgeous. This Monmouthshire country retreat may not have the best internet, the mobile signal may be patchy, you may well get a little muddy outside when it is wet, it may not have the most powerful of showers and you do need to drive up a long, bumpy and sometimes muddy track to get to it but this house has a heart and you will definitely want to return.

Berry Wood Barn enjoys an incredible rural position with spectacular views of the Black Mountains and the surrounding rolling hills. It sits on the border between England and Wales, perched high on the Hatterall Ridge in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The barn sits close to Abergavenny and the famous Offa’s Dyke. Guests enjoy walking and mountain bike trails from the barn and can be in the Cathedral cities of Brecon and Hereford within thirty minutes. The Llantony valley where the barn is positioned is just glorious. You can stand at the kitchen window looking towards the valley sweeping away towards Hay on Wye.

In the shadow of Sugar Loaf Mountain, Abergavenny is a wonderful blend of old and new. With fresh mountain air and the beautiful scenery of the Usk valley, it offers an excellent range of shops, restaurants and cafes, a museum, a ruined Norman castle, a colourful market, all with a dramatic backdrop. This south east corner of the Brecon Beacons National Park is a fabulous base for walking, cycling and enjoying the great outdoors. Its annual Abergavenny Food Festival is fantastic. This market town boasts a rich history and heritage. Visitors enjoy exloring the area’s castles, medieval mansions, Roman remains and standing stones. The Monmouthshire and Brecon Canal is on the doorstep and the Blaenavon World Heritage and Big Pit Mine are just up the road. The Abergavenny Museum is set within the grounds of the castle, an ideal spot for a picnic or a walk. The museum building was formerly a hunting lodge built by the Marquess of Abergavenny.

The area is certainly fit for foodies. Visitors enjoy the very best of Welsh cuisine at the superb, Michelin starred Walnut Tree Inn and The Hardwick Restaurant. There are many other fantastic restaurants and gastropubs including The Bell at Skenfrith or The Skirrid Inn. Guests staying at Berry Wood Farm can take a walk down the hill to The Queen’s Head, another delight.

Horse lovers can enjoy treks through the mountains and the Llanthony Valley. There are a number of good pony trekking centres including one at Llanthony Abbey where you can book a half day or full day ride. History fans can tour the castles including Grosmont, Skenfrith and White Castles. Raglan Castle, once home to a young Henry VII is very close to the barn.

Another Welsh treasure is Dan-Yr-Ogof, the award-winning National Showcaves Centre for Wales. Visitors can explore the twisting passageways, the great caverns and underground waterfalls, coming face-to-face with over 250 life-sized dinosaur models. It is a wonderful family day out that can be combined with the Shire Horse Centre and Farm.

Other popular excursions including kayaking and canoeing in the rivers, shooting, hang gliding and bird watching. If you fancy a day by the sea, you can head to the beautiful Swansea Bay coastline and the Gower Peninsula with its gorgeous coves and glorious stretches of fine sand. The Victorian seaside village of Mumbles with its promenade, shops and restaurants is worth a visit. Mumbles was one of Dylan Thomas’ many stamping grounds and is the home of some world class ice cream. Mumbles is steeped in history with its lighthouse being built in 1794. It also boasts a Victorian pier and Oystermouth Castle which sits on the hilltop overlooking the sea. There are lovely boutique shops and galleries including the gorgeous Lovespoon Gallery and the Gower Gallery. No visit to Mumbles would be complete without sampling some ‘fresh off the boat’ seafood, its handmade chocolates and its fantastic ice creams.

Crooksbury Hill House 16

Surrey, South of England

Crooksbury Hill House From £10750 Availability

Crooksbury Hill House holds a fantastic position, set within four acres of grounds, the home boasts direct access on to Crooksbury Hill and Common where guests can enjoy stunning views over southwest Surrey and east Hampshire across to the South Downs. While guests will enjoy a tranquil stay, the Georgian market town of Farnham which offers a selection of excellent eateries, independent shops, and supermarkets, is just a 5-minute car journey away.

The beautiful home has been lovingly modernised by its current owners to provide the perfect setting for a multi-generational escape to the country, comfortably accommodating up thirteen guests across it’s eight well-appointed bedrooms. The accommodation is split between the main house and a detached three-bedroom cottage, ideal for grandparents or those in search of a little peace and quiet from the rest of the group!

In the main house, the ground floor offers vast entertaining space, comprising of an impressive sitting room, formal dining room with marble fireplace and cosy snug, there is plenty of room for the group to get together and socialise in the evenings. The kitchen comes fully equipped with all the tools you could possibly need to create delicious meals, while also offering a relaxed, breakfast dining area, which leads through to the bright conservatory. Upstairs, are the five bedrooms, a super-king master room and five double rooms. Guests staying in these room share the use of a fantastic family bathroom with Jacuzzi bathtub, a family shower room and a handy cloakroom. The cosy cottage offers a second living room and kitchen, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside, the whole family will enjoy Summer afternoons spent splashing around in the private pool or enjoying some friendly competition on the tennis court! Although in the autumn & winter the pool is not available, the tennis court and indoor gym room & games area with table tennis and table football are available all year around. There are beautiful autumnal & winter walks in the surrounding forests, and the whole family can enjoy relaxing with a great selection of family boardgames in the cosy living room next to the fire.

Crooksbury Hill House holds an excellent position within the popular county of Surrey. Located in the parish of Tilford, it is less than a 10-minute drive from the town of Farnham where a wide variety of helpful amenities, including shops and restaurants, can be found.

There is plenty for guests of all ages to see, do and explore in the surrounding area. Thought to of been built by William the Conqueror, impressive Guildford Castle is just 20-minutes away. The beautiful RHS Garden Wisley, one of the world’s great gardens, is less than 25-minutes away and makes for a lovely day out. Family-friendly Birdworld, home to over 1,200 birds and other animals, is less than a 15-minute drive away. The owner recommends families to visit Frensham Ponds just  5 mins away and Alice Holt Forest, 15 mins away with treetop adventures and walks/bike trails.

Keen walkers shouldn’t miss Bourne woods with wonderful woodland walks, where films such as Gladiator and Ridley Scott’s new film Napoleon being filmed. Along with, Wonderful walks in Surrey Hills including Devils Punchbowl and The National Trust’s Winkworth Arboretum.

Windsor is just a 40-minute drive away, here you will find Windsor Great Park and, of course, the famous Windsor Castle, scene of many a Royal event. For any teens or thrill seekers, Thorpe Park, is a must-visit while Legoland Windsor is ideal for any younger children, both less than 40-minutes away. For keen sporting fans, Ascot Racecourse, home to the annual Royal Ascot event is a real society highlight, with Ladies’ Day something of a fashion event too and just 30-minutes away. Sunningdale Golf Club, regarded as one of the finest golf clubs in the UK, is also less than 30-minutes away.

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