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Blowing the budget - what is the most poshest UK holiday let co?

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loulou4 Wed 08-Jan-14 12:01:27

if I were you I'd take a look at Owners Direct -

although there is something for everyone to suit all tastes and budgets, if you look for something that has a tourist board rating (5* is very good / 5* gold is the best you'll get) you'll know you've got a quality place to stay . in my experience the owners take far more care than the agencies, and the little extra touches / attention to detail are what makes owners places really special .

you can select apartments / cottages / farmhouses / castles, etc to suit all over the UK / rest of world - and basically search for whatever you're looking for - ie. is wifi important, or a sea view, or a log cabin , cot , Jacuzzi , etc. etc. ? there is something for everyone !

ElsieMc Mon 06-Jan-14 13:34:22

Unique Homestays, Rural Retreats. Unique seem to have taken some cottages I have stayed at with Helpful Holidays and classic cottages onto their books and given them a makeover and they were pretty nice anyway.

Helpful Holidays do 4.5/5 star holidays also so don't disregard them because they also have more run of the mill cottages. They often say their best sellers are more basic cottages in fabulous places.

Syllabubble Sat 28-Dec-13 15:05:54

Vivat Trust - amazing properties

BlueChampagne Wed 18-Dec-13 14:26:36

Landmark Trust or National Trust?

Sleepwhenidie Wed 18-Dec-13 09:18:09

Depends what you are looking for....


Also look at which has some self catering places, not sure if Mr & Mrs Smith do any sc....

clb Wed 18-Dec-13 09:09:05

Sorry - with an actual link: Living Architecture

clb Wed 18-Dec-13 09:08:15

Liketotalk Mon 16-Dec-13 08:14:45

ellaballoo Sun 15-Dec-13 17:57:28

Ziggyzoom Sun 08-Dec-13 00:37:16

Coastal/Country Retreats Not sure they are the poshest, but they're pretty good.

EvilRingahBitch Sun 08-Dec-13 00:26:10

Landmark Trust. But you won't get new-fangled stuff like televisions, or, in some cases, central heating.

Kitttty Sun 08-Dec-13 00:04:08


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