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A converted and beautifully restored 16th-century brewhouse on the National Trust Hardwick Hall Estate in Derbyshire, which now sleeps up to 12 in comfort and style, with plenty of historical details.
Owned by the National Trust, this 17th-century manor house in Helston, Cornwall, has been renovated to provide a luxury stay for up to 12 guests in 6 beautiful bedrooms close to the sea.
On the Fountains Abbey estate in Yorkshire, owned by the National Trust, this striking house was designed by William Burges and sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms. The North York Moors are on your doorstep.
A historic 17th century farmhouse sleeping 10, owned by the National Trust and bursting with period features in the glorious Herefordshire countryside, close to the book town of Hay-on-Wye.
On the edges of the South Downs, this wonderful National Trust-owned farmhouse sleeps 10 in 5 bedrooms and is packed with history. Winkworth Arboretum is a 15-minute drive.
Run by the National Trust, a grand house and gate lodge, packed with charm and wonderful historical details, which sleeps 19. Tennis court, easy access to Suffolk beaches and beautiful countryside.
A restored 18th century farmhouse, owned by the National Trust, with 7 bedrooms sleeping 14 offering lots of space for everyone, just outside Newport on the Isle of Wight.
Owned by the National Trust, and sitting on Calke Estate, this glorious 18th century farmhouse is brilliant for group celebrations with 7 bedrooms sleeping 14 and plenty of space inside and out.
This historic National Trust house sleeping 14 has wow factor with wood-panelled walls and a feeling of grandeur everywhere you look. Set in the Somerset countryside, you're close to Glastonbury Tor.
A wonderfully evocative National Trust Grade I listed luxury manor house set within its own medieval knot garden near the Peak District, sleeping 12 in 5 bedrooms with far reaching views.
Stay at this impressive National Trust-owned 18th-century carding mill, which has been restored to sleep 12 in 6 bedrooms. It's a great spot for family holidays exploring the Lake District.
Wonderful historic farmhouse, owned by the National Trust, and built on the advice of Capability Brown in the late 1700s. Nowadays, you'll find it's a special place for a memorable group getaway.
A National Trust-owned Art Deco villa with sea views over Portland harbour, with 7 bedrooms perfect for celebrating a significant birthday. Luxurious interiors and easy access to the Dorset coast.
A pretty Georgian farmhouse sleeping 12 set within the grounds of Coleton Fishacre in Devon, owned by the National Trust, perfect for heading to the South Devon coast, or exploring the Dart Estuary.
An attractive brick built rectory, with regency styling, owned by the National Trust and sleeping 11 in Skegness, brilliant for groups exploring the coast and Lincolnshire Wolds.
A basic, whitewashed lodge on Gupton Farm campsite in Pembrokeshire, minutes away from sandy beaches and ideal for surfers, owned by the National Trust and sleeping 10.
This gleaming white house is on the seafront at Cowes with incredible sea views. Owned by the National Trust, it sleeps 16 across two houses, and is a great base for exploring the Isle Of Wight.
Stay at this part-thatched cottage close to the North Somerset coast. Sleeping 10, this National Trust owned house is jam packed with original features and welcomes 3 dogs.
A truly wonderful and atmospheric National Trust owned Grade 1 listed manor house on the edge of the Cotswolds, sleeping 10, with a history that goes back to 1185. Perfect for a family celebration.
A fine red 18th-century brick cottage sleeping 10 on the National Trust's Brockhampton Estate in Herefordshire, next to a working brewery, wonderful for beer lovers and walkers.
Nestling in the little market town of Wisbech in Cambridgeshire, this beautiful National Trust Georgian house is full of period features and 4 poster beds to guarantee a special stay is exactly that.