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Tiny holiday rentals
  • This secluded converted piggery is now a gorgeous home that is surrounded by natural beauty. Its tininess makes it the perfect cosy retreat, ideal for a romantic break. Sleeps up to four, from £100 per night.
  • Ease the stresses and strains of modern life and stay in this luxurious hand-crafted shepherd’s hut. The double bed is as comfortable as at home, the wood burning stove is warming and the atmosphere is romantic. This perfect hideaway enjoys an elevated position, shared only with a flock of pedigree Hebridean sheep on a five-acre smallholding. Sleeps up to two, from £85 per night (minimum three-night stay).

  • Wake up to glorious farmland views at Bwthyn y Wennol, with its French doors leading from the bedroom straight onto the balcony. Despite its small size, the cottage is surprisingly spacious and full of character, featuring beams and a woodburning stove. Sleeps up to two, from £65 per night (minimum two-night stay).
  • Brookbank Folly is a bespoke, timber-framed detached cottage situated on the outskirts of the village of Mitcheldean on the edge of the Royal Forest of Dean. The cottage boasts unique interiors, a handmade kitchen and quirky living area. Sleeps up to two, from £39 per night (minimum seven-night stay).

  • Trecombe Lakes offers four luxury pods set in nine magical acres of lakes and woodland in a peaceful setting near Falmouth in Cornwall. Trecombe offers plenty for those who love the outdoors and the ambience of camping but still appreciate comfort and convenience. Sleeps up to four, from £75 per night (minimum three-night stay).

  • The Old Coach House is a small stone barn conversion right in the middle of Pembrokeshire at the foot of the Preselis. The main barn is an airy, full height living and dining space, and a steep wooden stair leads to the mezzanine sleeping space up in the eaves. Sleeps up to two, from £53 per night (minimum two-night stay).

  • ‘The Tollins’ is a small but perfectly formed upstairs barn surrounded by stunning countryside, with wonderful walks, gorgeous views from the balcony and complete privacy, peace and quiet. Sleeps up to two, from £61 per night (minimum two-night stay).

  • The Observatory Tower occupies the highest point in Falmouth, and the stunning 360-degree views from the observatory deck will capture your imagination. The deck is fully-serviced with a bar fridge, wine cooler and hot tap, ensuring you have all the facilities to hand to enjoy this remarkable room with a view. Sleeps up to two, from £100 per night (minimum three-night stay).

  • This small property is a luxurious haven, boasting an open plan kitchen and living room, with floor to ceiling glass doors that open out onto stunning views over St Ives bay and a glass floor that looks down into a private cave area. Sleeps up to two, from £240 per night.
  • Stay in your own mini castle in this former shooting folly, situated on its own in open farmland with long views over fields and woods. Transformed from a ruin, the cottage is a unique hideaway, perfect for walkers, honeymooners or anyone seeking peace and tranquility in a remote rural environment. Sleeps up to two, from £93 per night (minimum three-night stay).