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Quirky Cottages

If you're looking for something a little bit different for your upcoming holiday, maybe one of our quirky cottages will fit the bill. From converted chapels and train stations, to old school houses and prison buildings, we have quite the selection of off the wall properties!

Quirky Cottages

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Spend a weekend with a difference in the fantastic Island Yurt in Worcestershire.

The very unique and quirky The Rowan Yurt in the Peak District is ideal for a romantic getaway for two with a difference!

The Rowan Yurt | Hepworth | Self Catering Holiday Cottage

A quirky shepherds hut.

The Laggan Drey in The Northern Highlands really reminds us of that tree house we wanted to build as children.

Quirky Holiday Cottages

This stunning Grade II listed detached chapel conversion, built in 1820, is located in the pretty Monmouthshire village of Penallt, just 5 miles from Monmouth.

The Old Baptist Chapel | Penallt | Self Catering Holiday Cottage

A superb example of an old school conversion, this exquisite Lampeter cottage forms part of the owners’ home, set high on the hill above the village of Llanfair Clydogau, with far-reaching countryside views.

A deluxe penthouse apartment, in the wing of a Grade II listed, Jacobean mansion on the edge of the pretty village of Orton.

A magnificent, limestone, Georgian property, set in lovely grounds in the small village of Amotherby, three miles from the pretty market town of Malton.

A fabulous, unique conversion of a Victorian chapel, in the pretty village of Rosedale Abbey, in the heart of the North York Moors National Park.

A stone-built detached barn conversion with a hot tub, situated close to the owners’ home in 2 acres of grounds, 5 minutes’ walk from a real ale pub and the centre of the historic town of Bishop’s Castle.

The Old Barn | Bishop's Castle | Self Catering Holiday Cottage

This beautifully converted, former Methodist chapel is located in the small rural village of Great Hatfield, 4 miles from the seaside town of Hornsea.

An interesting and imaginative conversion of a stone-built Victorian Grade II listed former ticket office.

This contemporary, semi-detached Scandinavian-style lodge, with its quirky triangular design, sits in the delightful woodland setting of Kingsdown Park in Kent.

For a completely different holiday experience try this amazing handcrafted wooden Somerset roundhouse set in the grounds of the owner's 40-acre organic farm.

A delightful terraced early 15th century, Grade II listed Black and White cottage, dating back to 1434, in the lovely village of Eardisley, which is part of Herefordshire's famous Black and White Village Trail.

This delightful detached, Grade II listed, mid-19th century estate lodge stands in a lovely setting at the entrance of Meeson Hall, a majestic country house built in 1640.

Once the home of Mevagissey's first bank, this imposing Grade II listed village-centre building has been renovated to a high standard, creating a Cornwall holiday cottage of comfort and character.

Comfortable and stylishly furnished, this Walton-on-the-Naze cottage offers ideal accommodation for a romantic getaway or a coastal holiday for anyone wishing to enjoy the sandy beach which is just a few minutes’ walk away.

This stunning and historic Puddletown holiday cottage was once the village shop and wine cellar, and has featured in numerous magazine articles, books, on Christmas cards and has even been used as a film location!

The Olde Sunday School, Rejerrah near Newquay Cornwall from Sykes Cottages

An interesting and imaginative conversion of a stone-built Victorian Grade II listed former ticket office, set in the centre of the bustling village of Ruswarp, 1.5 miles from Whitby.

The Ticket Office

An outstanding detached barn conversion in its own grounds, in lovely Dales countryside just two miles from Settle on the Malham road. Featured in The Sunday Times top 100 cool cottages list and Concept for Living magazine, Bookilber Barn enjoys an enviable hillside position with breathtaking views and fabulous walks in every direction.

Something a bit special! A stone-built converted chapel, and former post house, a minute from the centre of Masham. Full of character and charm, the property has been fully renovated and designed in an intriguing upside down layout.

Old Chapel Post House

A most unusual and unique former wheelhouse, sitting on the village green alongside Barton Beck in the pretty Dales village of Barton, just 8 miles from Richmond.

A beautiful converted Victorian boathouse, ideally located on the edge of Rudyard Lake in the Staffordshire Moorlands. Stunning original features and contemporary furnishings make this an ideal Staffordshire holiday cottage for a get-together with family and friends.

Horton Lodge Boathouse