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3 BEDROOM CARAVAN — sleeps 6, Mersea Island near Colchester. £450 per week May - September. Enquiries email sardav@btopenworld.com,
Telephone 01270 760620.

ABERPORTH — Cardigan Bay 8 mins walk beaches, coast path. Quiet rural cottage sleeps 4. From £290. 01239 810595  www.parcllwyd.co.uk

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.

LAKE DISTRICT — Secluded cottage away from roads. Sleeps 4. Hawkshead 1 mile www.hatterscottage.co.uk   Tel: 015394 36209

LAKE  DISTRICT — Comfortable cottage in quiet village near Pooley Bridge.  Sleeps 7 from £200. Tel: 0121 449 6367

LYME REGIS — “Fuschia Cottage”; “Top Deck”; “Anchor”. Particular reductions for Clergy and Church Workers. www.lymeregis-holidays.com Tel: 01297445362

NORTHUMBERLAND — Quiet house in village near Alnwick, beaches, Cheviots, castles. Sleeps 5. Dog friendly. Reasonable rates. Tel: 01794 390060, email: c2009@btinternet.com

TOPSHAM DEVON — 2-bedroom maisonette overlooking Exe estuary and hills. Local shops, inns , teashops, walks . Coast, moors, Exeter nearby. Tel: 02920 759 314. Email: dee.jones@virgin.net

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

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