Try UK Coastal Cottages for Easter


New from Premier Cottages is a Coastal Collection featuring over 100 self catering properties that are within walking distance of a beach. Choose from dog-friendly homes, those with hot tubs, swimming pools and much more. Many properties have great offers for those looking to book a late break.

Coastal Cottages, Ceredigion
Penlan Coastal Cottages are luxurious five-star properties overlooking the Cardigan Bay coastline. Renovated from the 18th century sandstone farm buildings, each is completely individual in layout and decoration and has stunning sea and coastal views. Penlan is less than half a mile from Aberporth’s two glorious beaches as well as the Ceredigion Coast Path. The glorious National Trust beach of Penbryn, with its vast golden sands is also nearby, as are the picturesque harbour towns of Newquare and Aberaeron.

A week staying at Penlan’s Cornerstone property for five guests costs £573, arriving 8 April, or six can stay in its Driftwood property for £686, arriving 6 April, both saving £100 plus free Easter eggs for children. For further details call 01239810442.

Penlan’s Cornerstone

Bulverton House, Devon
Only a mile from Sidmouth’s Jurassic Coastline, a beautiful regency town with great beaches, shops, restaurants, cafes sits the five star Bulverton House. The whole of the East Devon falls within the natural World Heritage Site and Sidmouth is a great base for those wanting to explore this enchanting ancient coastal area.

A week’s stay at Bulverton’s Delderfield Suite for two costs £371, saving £124, and four guests can stay in the Sampson Suite for £650, saving £162.50, between 30 March and 27 April. Call 01395 578552. Not suitable for Children or Pets.

Bulverton House

Clare Park, Devon
Stunningly located on the shores of the River Teign estuary on the South Devon Coast, Clare Park offers fantastic views to Dartmoor. This fabulous property overlooks a large lawn that runs down to the water and has direct gated access to the river. Families are spoilt for choice here with canoeing, sailing, rowing, wake boarding, windsurfing and swimming possible from the bottom of the garden. For those who love to fish, there is ample space to cast a line in hope of catching something for an evening meal.

The house is ideal for multigenerational getaways as the rooms are spacious and all accommodation is on one level. A week’s stay for eight between 23 March and the end of April costs £1750, saving £150. Call 01626 872472.

Clare Park

Chaffcombe Lodge, Beer, Devon
Situated in the heart of the “Jurassic Coast” World Heritage site, the beautiful Chaffcombe Lodge offers panoramic sea views of Lyme Bay to Portland from every window. Families also have use of a beach hut on Beer beach. Known as ‘Devon’s best kept secret’, Beer has a delightful choice of quaint village pubs and guests can buy fresh fish or the famous Beer crabs on the beach. Families can also visit the Beer caves and Pecorama light railway.

A week’s stay for eight costs from £845, saving £50, for arrival 16 March. A four-night break arriving 16 April or three-night break arriving 20 April costs £895, saving £188. Call 07941441106. Please quote ‘Coastal Collection launch’.

Chaffcombe Lodge

Boskenna Home Farm, Cornwall
Boskenna Home Farm lies on the South Coast of the Land’s End peninsula between Mousehole and Porthcurno. Boskenna Cottage is set in it’s own grounds in a peaceful corner of this working stock farm which is itself in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty leading to the fields which lead down to the Heritage Coast and South West Coastal Footpath – Poldark Country.

A week’s stay for two in Boskenna Cottage costs £400, saving £100, for arrival 23 March including breakfast for two on one of the mornings. Alternatively, a week’s stay over Easter arriving 30 March costs £500, saving £100, including homemade Easter biscuits and Simnel cake. Call 01736 810705.

Boskenna Cottage

Llanfendigaid Estate, Gwynedd
The Grade II* listed Llanfendigaid Estate is steeped in history and located close to the sea on one of the most attractive stretches of Welsh coastline at the southern end of the Snowdonia National Park. On site is an indoor heated swimming pool and there is access to one of the more secluded beaches in the area. Nearby is the terminal of the Talyllyn Railway and Aberdyfi, with its excellent sailing, good pubs and five miles of golden sand and dunes.

The Estate’s Cow Shed is a single storey building suitable for up to six guests. Six nights stay arriving 25 March and costs £945, saving £105. Call 07463 441455.

For further information, visit Premier Cottages.

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