Calling all twitchers! These carefully selected places are in a spot where you can watch our feathered friends either from their own property or from a sanctuary or reserve nearby. Grab your bins and book!
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Weekends from £405, Midweek from £465, Week from £635
The eco barns each sleep a maximum of 4-7 people, and cost between £365...
£80.00 - £120.00 based on room type & facilities
Prices from: £19 - £146 (dorm beds - 6 bed room)
Bryniau Pell wknd £210 extra night £102 wk £420 Nyth y Wennol wknd £230...
Jul/Aug; Large Cottages (6) €799, Small Cottages (4) €699; Rest of year:...
£250 - £535 per week depending on season and cottage. Short breaks...
3 night minimum stay. From £300 for 3 nights (in accommodation sleeping 2-...
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Weekly prices from £413 - £816 and Short breaks from £302 - £581
Double room £75.00 Kingsize Room £80.00
Short breaks: 2 nights £800, 3 nights £935, 4 nights £1,030. Weeks: low season £1,200, high season £1,600
Gallery/Gospel Hall: £1100/£1200pw sleep 6 each, Upcott: £3950pw sleeps 12+2
Cottage costs from £400 per week, Farmhouse costs £650 per week
Per night for 2 adults sharing doubles £150 - £175, suites £200 - £225. lodges £250 - £275
Bryniau Pell wknd £210 extra night £102 wk £420 Nyth y Wennol wknd £230 extra night £115 wk £445
from ££367.00 up to:£766.00 (based on two staying)
Hayloft & Woolpack: £250 short break, Wagoner's & Miller's: £550 short break (all year)
£80.00 - £120.00 based on room type & facilities
B&B £60 per room per night, single occupancy £35, £55 for stays of 3 nights or more; self-catering per night ranges from £45 Nov-Feb, £50 Mar-Oct except July and August £60 (2010 prices)
Self catering: £200 - £850 per week [small party discounts]. B&B £32.50 pppn [two sharing]
Old Fisherman's Cottage £620 per week (Sleeps 2), Shore Cottage £720 per week (Sleeps 4), Beach Cottage £900 per week (Sleeps 6)
Rates for barn rental: £295 to £695 per week. Off-peak short stays: £70 to £110 per night.
Week rental £320-£480 per week (high/low season) inclusive bedlinen, towels, utiltiies, Wi-FI and parking. Shorter breaks always available
£80 per night
Farmhouse sleeps 14: Weekly from £836 - £1958. Barn sleeps 10: Weekly from £752 - £1746, Weekends & Short breaks calculated at 80% of weekly price
Between €280 and €380 Per week. Or stay a minimum of 3 nights between €120 €160.
Classic double £85.00 per night, Superior double £95.00 per night, Suite £110.00 per night
Weekly prices Barley Store £235-£370 Corn View £336-£528 Rye Barn £382-£600
From £60 a night B&B; 4 bedded bunkroom £50 per night, 2 bedded bunkroom £29 per night; camping £6.50 per night
£98 (village field) £110 (private site) per night. Prices based on 2 people for a 7-night stay in peak season. Short breaks are available.
From £75 per night, based on 2 people sharing
£70-£90 a night
£1200 for a 2 night weekend, £1,850 for a weeks booking
£90 per night. Monday until Friday and Friday until Monday £600 for complete week.
From £75.00-£110.00 double super-king/twin. From £125.00-£160.00 family room.
From £599 for low season short break From £1039 for mid season short break From£1909 for peak season short break Prices for Residence 3 Bed in 2016
£150 per room for single night, £145 per night for stays 2-6 nights, £140 per night for stays 7 nights or more. (Single occupancy £110/£105/£100)
High season: £1600 pw. Low season: £1150pw, Mid week Mon to Fri £650, Fri to Mon £650
Rooms from €66.
£ 92 - £ 175 per room per night, inclusive of full Welsh breakfast
Superior King is £130, King Room is £120, Double/Twin is £100, Single is £50. Longer stay deals available
Cottages £220 per person per week; B&B rooms: £35-55 self catering or with breakfast.
The eco barns each sleep a maximum of 4-7 people, and cost between £365 and £1365 per week. Short breaks for up to 4 nights stay are also available, costing from £300.
Cottage sleeping 2: £280-£445; Cottage sleeping 6 £385-£675
£450-£950 per week, depending on season. Short breaks available. Reduced prices for small parties (i.e. a couple using only one bedroom)
For 7 nights Stables costs between £281 to £442 and Loft costs between £306 to £480. Short breaks from £242 to £284.
Low season £360 per week, Mid season £520 p week, Peak season £640 p week
High season - 1 week sleeping up to 13 £1350, but much lower outside of school holidays. Couples have option of renting only one end. Weeks at low season begin at £445.
High season weekly prices £1200 for largest lodge, £595-498 smaller lodges, £498 cottage. Low season from £200 per week . Short breaks also available.
£270-£570 per week. Out of main holiday season short breaks from £150
Weekly Rates: Oct-Mar 500-700€, Apr-May 600-800€, June&Sept 700-900€, July&Aug 800-1000€
Couble (apartment): 840€ - 1330€ per week, suite (cottage): 1260€ - 1960€ per week
£40 to £48
The price range is £250-£455. Short breaks 2-4 nights £173-£256 depending on season.
£85-£99 per double room to include full breakfast
£1070 peak week, £975 high season week, £835 mid season week, £690 low season week. £595 3 night short break, £645 4 nights
Latest reviewed accommodation
"Near stunning beaches, this eco-friendly clutch of sensitively converted barns offers you a fabulous holiday destination which manifests a paragon of sustainable possibilities."
Reviewed by: Lucy Symons
"Staying in The Windmill offers a unique holiday in the heart of this beautiful unspoilt area of the Broads. How Hill is famous for its Swallow Tail Butterflies, Lesser Spotted Woodpeckers, the booming Bittern and rare plants, so perfect for nature lovers. Bring your bins, your boat and your babies…"
Reviewed by: Lucy Symons
"This is the perfect place to get away from it all. Come and lollop by the pond watching the newts or take up residence in the hide in Cwmbiga’s own wetlands and twitch to your hearts content. Walk or cycle or ride... but don't come here expecting wifi or mobile signal or to be able to pop out for a latte. It is seriously remote and gorgeously so."
Reviewed by: Lucy Symons
"This place is very much for people looking for a quiet time – perfect for walkers and general outdoor enthusiasts."
Reviewed by: David Atkinson
"There's something in the atmosphere that we find very relaxing and peaceful," says June. "The quality of the air here is beautiful, and the scenery is magnificent." This is a great, family-friendly base for exploring the national park – if you’ve never been to the Brecon Beacons, you’d be hard pressed to find a better spot as an introduction to the area."
Reviewed by: Florence Fortnam
Rubbing shoulders with the RBPB Ynyshir reserve is the Georgian Plas Mawr B&B, with a cheerful cherry-red front door and window boxes spilling flowers in summer. The three rooms are individually furnished; one double has views overlooking the reserve. The B&B is geared up for walkers and cyclists, with drying facilities for wet gear; even canoeists are catered for with a lockable storage available for canoes and paddles. The full Welsh breakfast includes local sausages and bacon and home-grown veggies, and they have an environmental policy on their website which gives details of their green endeavours. From £80 per night for two. >> Special offer! Plas Mawr are offering a 10% discount off the price of all stays until the end of August 2015 when they close their doors for the last time.
Fishermen's Retreat is one of four artisan cottages which border the banks of the Midford Brook. Originally built for the Somerset Canal workers in the late 1800s, it is in the secluded location in the tiny hamlet of Tucking Mill in the Midford Valley and makes it the ideal place to relax and unwind, but it is less than 15 minutes' drive from Bath city centre. This high quality self-catering accommodation has been awarded a 4 star rating by Visit England, and has also been recognised with awards for welcoming cyclists and walkers with secure cycle storage and facilities for drying clothes. There are many delightful countryside walks and cycle routes on your doorstep, including Sustrans Route 24 which goes through the newly opened Two Tunnels providing direct access to Bath. If you have a fly fishing rod and a river licence you are welcome to fish in the Midford Brook at the bottom of the garden or go for a Hawk Walk with Jay, the falconer next door. Cottage from £196 per night.
By train Fishermen’s Retreat is located 2.9 miles from Bath Train/BusStation. Taxi fare approx. £12.
Gwel an Mor
Beach side, self catering Cornish holidays in an amazing clutch of eco lodges and A-frame lodges set in woodland. There is a fabulous spa with indoor pool and treatments on site, a full service restaurant (which delivers take out to your lodge), tennis court and a wildlife sanctuary, badger and bird hide. Mini-golf and (soon) 18 holes of golf. Like a five star hotel, but without the five star price. Delightful staff and passionate conservationists in the wildlife centre.
Train to Redruth station from Paddington and transfer to the local bus (line 46 or 47) to Portreath, Forth Vean
Tudor Caravan Park
Tudor Caravan Park prides itself on being one of the best located caravan & campsites in Gloucestershire. A quiet country caravan site right alongside the Gloucester-Sharpness canal, an easy 5 minute walk from the world famous Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust Centre at Slimbridge. More pertinently, there is an adult only area, and a shower block now open in the Meadow features large showers cubicles, private washing cubicles, combined shower, basin & WC cubicles, baby-changing, full disabled facilities including shower room, indoor washing-up area, & laundry. All this has underfloor heating for the delicate. Voted Cotswolds Caravan Park Of The Year 2014 and awarded a Gold gong - so well done them! From £8 a night
Heath Farm Holiday Cottages
Heath Farm has solar panels, a wood pellet boiler, cut flowers and greenery from the grounds for the cottages to minimise buying foreign flowers, a local patisserie business on the premises provides handmade chocolates and local Banbury cakes for the guests' welcome, have a new, safe bike shed, a place to wash bikes and a place to dry wet/dirty clothes and boots and they have 70 acres of grounds for guests to wander. Part of The Green Tourism initiative awarded a 'silver' in Green Tourism. They began a conservation project and focus on supporting diversity for wildlife habitats by planting shrubs and low growing trees around the plantation margins as this is where most animals like to live. The old farm buildings were renovated using local stone (some from the premises and the rest from local quarry and villages). 5 cottages available from £381 per week.