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"Kites' Nest Cottage" Brecon Beacons - Short Autumn Breaks.
4 nights for £199. Relaxing retreat for two. Breathtaking views.
Delightful accommodation. Tel: 01558 824514

COTSWOLDS - and Stratford nearby. Spacious second floor
self-contained apartment in pretty Alcester, Warwickshire.
Sleeps 2/3. Use of cinema room and large private garden.
Ideal touring base. Discount for Clergy and Churchworkers.
Short breaks possible. Tel: 01789 764640 or Email:

DARTMOUTH, DEVON - Breathtaking views of river Dart from
comfortable ground floor flat. Sleeps four, double with shower
ensuite, twin, bathroom. Fully equipped kitchen-diner, sitting room,
central heating. Tel 020 7223 5473.

NORTH NORFOLK - Mundesley. Well equipped cottage. Tel: 01394 387 242
or 07757 704 884, Website:

PITLOCHRY, SCOTLAND - Clergy owned holiday apartment in picturesque 
Highland town. Sleeps 2-8. Something for everyone all year round.
Skiing 30 miles. 3 minutes from Mainline station. Families,
groups, pets welcome. Reverend Steven Young 020 8959 1449.



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