Premier Cottages has Easter staycations aplenty with some great savings that are ideal for those wanting to book a last-minute escape with friends and family.
Save up to £255 at East View Farm Holiday Cottages in Norfolk
East View Farm Holiday Cottages is an idyllic eco-friendly hideaway sitting in 10 acres of peaceful countryside with an onsite miniature steam railway. The Norfolk Broads National Park, stunning North Norfolk coast and beautiful cathedral city of Norwich are all close by. There’s also wonderful pubs and restaurants with locally produced foods within easy reach.
A three-night stay in Plum Tree Cottage for six guests for arrival 13th April costs £555, saving £240. Alternatively, a week’s stay for two in East View Farm Cottages’ Nutmeg Cottage costs £495, saving £255, arriving 30th March and a three-night break for arriving 6th April £350, saving £145.
Save up to £331 at Chestnut and Culls Cottage, Gloucestershire
Culls Cottage is a quintessentially Cotswold Cottage dating from 1670 that blends the charm of the past with modern fittings and luxurious extras. Its larger sister property The Chestnuts, is a stylishly furnished traditional stone cottage with original artworks, two lounges and three bathrooms.
Glorious walks over the fields can be enjoyed direct from the door and historic Burford, Lechlade, Blenheim Place and The Ashmoleum Museum are within easy reach.
A four-night stay in The Chestnuts for eight guests costs £1699, saving £276, arriving 30th March. Alternatively, a week’s stay in sleeps six Culls Cottage costs £1644, saving £331 arriving 1st April.
Save £200 at Compton Pool Farm, Devon
Nestled in 14 acres in the heart of the south Devon countryside, the delightful Compton Pool Farm comes complete with a heated indoor swimming pool, all weather tennis court and wonderful woodland walks. The property is also within a short drive of a choice of South Devon beaches.
Compton Pool Farm is offering a three-night stay in Arch for four guests arriving 13th April for £465, saving £200.
Save £300 at Fron Fawr, Pembrokeshire
A collection of six beautiful self-catering cottages, Fron Fawr is just five miles from North Pembrokeshire Coast and Cardigan Bay. Converted from traditional welsh slate and stone barns, the modern, comfortable and dog-friendly cottages are surrounded by 48 acres of fields and woodland. Guests have use of the facilities at the nearby Clydey Resort including: an indoor heated swimming pool, soft play, games room, spa and farm animal feeding.
A three-night stay in Aneirin for four guests costs £600, saving £300, for arrival 3rd April.
Save up to £120 at Park Farm Holiday Cottages, Gloucestershire
Set in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Beauty, Park Farm is a cluster of five well-spaced holiday cottages each with character, privacy and fantastic views. On site facilities include: a tennis court and level games lawn with table tennis table and badminton. Just a ten-minute walk along a footpath leads to the nearest pub, there are many good walks and several National Trust properties nearby and gardens to visit as well as opportunities for golfing, horse riding and fishing. Blenheim Palace, Bath, Oxford and Warwick Castle are also within easy reach.
A week’s stay in Fishers Cottage for four costs £482, saving £120 arriving 30th March or £336 for a three-night stay, saving £84, for arrival on the same date. Other cottages are also available with savings.
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