September is a lovely month to take a break. The weather is still warm and the children have gone back to school.
Premier Cottages have a range of self-catering holiday homes in its luxury range available for let.
Broomhill Manor is a collection of 18 properties within walking distance of Bude’s award-winning beaches in Cornwall. Relax in 18 acres of private gardens and grounds, including a 30ft outdoor heated pool with paddling area. There’s also a tennis court, outdoor play areas and a heated indoor pool.
A seven-night break for five in Broomhill’s House Cottage arriving on September 12 or 19 costs £1270 and a week arriving on September 26 costs £945.
Set in the gorgeous Devon countryside, Red Doors Farm is an idyllic retreat for all ages. Families with young children will relish exploring the gardens where livestock, animal petting and an indoor soft play area await. Also, on site is a large indoor heated pool (with baby changing facilities and playpen) and outdoor children’s play areas.
A seven-night break in Red Doors’ Farm traditional thatched Byre Cottage for six arriving costs £1145, a week for six in Orchard Cottage costs £1175 and a week for five in Cider Barn costs £995, all arriving September 18.
The Pele Tower is set in a beautifully restored 14th century castle in the Yorkshire Dales National Park, 20 minutes from the Lake District. A luxury property, complete with battlements, mullion windows and a stone flagged ground floor, it sleeps four in two bedrooms.
The Pele Tower sleeps four and costs £1370 for a week arriving September 26.
Claypot Cottage is a gorgeous Grade II listed stone cottage for five in the pretty village of Barnsley in Gloucestershire, just 40 yards from a gourmet village pub.
A week’s stay for five in Claypot Cottage, arriving on September 11 costs £925 and a six-night stay arriving on September 26 costs £879.
To book any of these properties, call 01993 843559 or go to www.premiercottages.co.uk website.
(main photo: Broomhill Manor's outdoor pool in Cornwall).