Something a wee bit special for less
A National Trust cottage offers just that – looking to stay somewhere unique with the ‘Wow’ factor, full of history and character. Unusual, quirky, and in fabulous locations, some stunning smaller properties sleep just two or three and maybe a dog! Romantic fairy-tale towers, redundant lighthouses, coastal castles, or how about a former pilchard cellar banks of a Cornish river! Or a treetop location in the Lake District? Now is the time to get that break in the diary.
Up to 15% off selected National Trust Holiday Cottages
- Bookings Date: 01/03/2023 – 30/04/2023
- Discount Code: NTAF
Terms & Conditions: This promotion allows guests up to a 15% discount for selected National Trust holiday cottages 01/03/2023 – 30/04/2023, subject to availability.
Make it a memorable holiday break.
Why opt for the ordinary when you can experience something extraordinary? With the added incentive that while you’re stargazing from a former observatory or getting cosy in a farmhouse cottage, your stay will help the National Trust care for these unique places in the future.
Idyllic cottage locations
A stone’s throw from the beautiful Helford River is Durgan Quay Cottage. The perfect, idyllic location for a holiday cottage; wake up to the sound of the sea gently rolling in and enjoy breakfast with a view. With a south-facing beach on your doorstep, slate floors, beamed ceilings and a log burner to keep you snug, this cottage ticks all the boxes for a memorable Cornish break.
For a spot of rambling, you are close to the South West Coast Path, providing beautiful views of the Cornish coastline. Or head west from Durgan and take the passenger ferry to the glorious Helford village and the Lizard peninsula.
Serenity in Somerset
In the grounds of the Lytes Cary estate, a stay in 3 Lytes Cottage offers a serene and soothing location for a Somerset holiday. You can enjoy the Arts and Crafts-style gardens of the nearby medieval manor and walk through the extensive parkland along the River Cary. Two National Trust properties, Montacute House and Barrington Court are a short drive away, as is the magical town of Glastonbury for a spot of shopping or climb up the famous Glastonbury Tor.