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ANGLESEY — Llanfairpwll, Dyfnia Bach. Visit Wales 3* awarded traditional stone cottage rural location,peaceful surroundings, large garden, sleeps 4+2 Central heating, log burner, dogs welcome  Tel: 01635 298106  

5 STAR GOLD AWARD B&B — with heated indoor swimming pool, near Shrewsbury,ground floor rooms. Peaceful location., Tel. 01743 874660

BETWEEN SCARBOROUGH / WHITBY — Holiday caravan on farm. Coastal views. Rural location. Also B&B. En-suite rooms. One ground floor. Tel: 01723 870796

DARTMOUTH, DEVON — Stunning 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.

KITES' NEST COTTAGE and Bryndolau. Brecon Beacons.  Relaxing self-catering or B&B retreat for two. Breathtaking views.  Delightful accommodation.  5 acre hilltop setting.  Tel 01558 825514.

LAKE DISTRICT — Cottage in quiet village near Pooley Bridge from £175 pw. Tel: 0121 449 6367.

NORTH NORFOLK — Mundesley. Well equipped cottage Tel: 01473 809902 or 07757704884, 

NORTH NORTHUMBERLAND — s/c accommodation overlooking Lindisfarne sleeping 6, 4, 2.  Tel: 01289381279

NORTH WALES, LLEYN PENINSULA — Delightful, comfortable, 3 Star cottage. Sleeps 4. Spectacular views, coastal and mountain walks. Beautiful beaches [sea 10 minutes]. On Pilgrim’s Trail. Telephone: 01492 623365

PEMBROKESHIRE, FRESHWATER EAST — Well equipped adjacent Holiday Homes. Beach 250yds. Sleeps 1-6. From £250pw. Clergy Discount. Sorry no pets. Tel: 01978 357 481.

WALES, LLEYN PENINSULA — Cottage 10 mins walk to beach Telephone: 01484 862 321.

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