Classic Cottages also offers special value-added extras that ensure relaxation levels peak while on holiday – from a chef to cook delicious meals to the delivery of locally-sourced food – or, for real bliss, how about yoga lessons in the fresh air of the property’s garden?
Anthony Skitt, Managing Director of Classic Cottages, says: “A self-drive cottage break also provides more privacy than a holiday that involves a hotel and an aeroplane – minimising guilt if your bundle of joy or toddler likes to let off steam noisily. And of course, a big plus of holidaying with a baby is that you can often enjoy good value accommodation costs and fewer crowds during the off-peak season.”
Classic Cottages highlights some of its key baby and toddler-friendly properties...
Seahorses (sleeps four plus cot) is a modern coastal retreat on Cornwall’s north coast which boasts many handy features including a baby monitor and steam bottle cleaner. The ground floor apartment offers easy access to the sandy shores of Mawgan Porth – only 250 yards away and on the same level, with no steep hills to climb. A week’s stay costs from £399 total.
The Old School Gables (sleeps four plus cot) is a beautifully restored old school in the village of Drimpton in Dorset. Younger guests won’t be able to get enough of its original playground and play equipment. And older guests will love its location next to the gardens of the local village pub – a short stroll for a relaxing evening drink. A week’s stay costs from £321 total.
The Orchard (sleeps six plus cot), located in truly idyllic countryside, is a spacious detached house overlooking Porlock village in Somerset, with far-reaching sea views. It caters fabulously for babies and toddlers, with its own nursery room and gorgeous toys including a traditional rocking horse. A week’s stay costs from £570 total.
Sunset Barn (sleeps four plus cot) is set on Cardinham Farm in the village of Praze-an-Beeble, South West Cornwall. Toddlers will love the variety of animals, with guests welcome to explore the fields and help at feeding times. What’s more, beauty treatments and therapeutic massages can be arranged for frazzled parents. A week’s stay costs from £363 total.
Sunnyholme (sleeps six plus two cots) is set in the village of Studland in Dorset, right by some of the region’s most breathtaking beaches. This detached home has a real family feel to it and includes a safe enclosed rear garden from where guests need only wander half a mile to the pretty beach. A week’s stay costs from £570 total.
Briar Cottage (sleeps six plus cot) nestles in a peaceful village near to the market town of Bridport in Dorset. Guests can order hampers of local produce and there’s a range of popular sights within easy reach, including the harbour towns of West Bay and Lyme Regis, Chesil Beach and the famous River Cottage store and restaurant. A week’s stay costs from £399 total.
Winnie’s Cottage (sleeps four plus cot) is set on Cornwall’s north coast, overlooking pastures where Dopey the goat grazes. This detached modern cottage is ideal for young families thanks to its practical tiled floor, play area and purpose-built baby bath and shower in the double bedroom’s en suite bathroom. A week’s stay costs from £381 total.
For more information or to book one of Classic Cottages’ baby-friendly properties, call 01326 555 555 or visit http://www.classic.co.uk.
To help plan your visit to the South West, with plenty of ideas of places to go and things to do suggested by Classic’s local experts, visit www.classicguide.co.uk
Ends – 2 April 2012
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