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Trawled and trawled looking for Oct halfterm, cottage or lodge, private hot tub or pool something nice, woodland or somewhere for kids to run and play, any ideas?
Sorry can't help, but have you tried tripadvisor?Full of reviews, and have specific forums for specific areas, I live in Yorkshire myself, but as I live here, I don't rentcottages (ifswim?)!!
Thanks MM, I think I am going to give up, everything seems to be booked or way over what we can afford as its half- term! I neeeeeeeeeeeeed a break!
Captain Cook whitby under £400 for 7 nights 17/10/09 with Hoseasons and cash back with quidco
Thanks both of you, ilkley looked lovely, checked availability, then gulped! £1,800 for the week! The other one is a week to early, we are looking for the 24th-31 OCT our half- term.
there is another barn triplets will try to remember which friend used it and text her for details.....
This looks nice higherscholescottage.co.uk/ and is in a very remote but beautiful area (grew up nearby).Looks like their calendar is broken though.
another ilkley one
Does look lovely but only has 2 bedrooms, sleeping 4, we need 5 beds!
my mum's going to that one, plant
still not the oone i am looking for but looks nice
I'm thinking of sacking off my mum's for that one next time we visit, Pointy, it looks ace. Sorry triplets, I see the clue's in the name!
Thanks Paula, you are trying hard! Looked at the barn, found it on another web site and its booked! Also though not sure were the "dev" is they mentioned as the other site says no hot tub!
Just to let you know I have booked a cottage in Northumberland ticked all the boxes and under £500 for half-term! Thank you for looking!
well done triplets i hope it is lovely'the dev' is The Devonshire Arms sort of posh pub/brasserie /gym club thing BoltBolton Abbey the dev
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