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Rydon, Devon

Rydon, Devon

Let’s cut to the chase. This one has a pool. And a little pool house with its own giant chess board. Sure, it’s winter and yes, it may be a little chilly, but where’s your sense of adventure? Once you’ve had enough or hypothermia begins to set in, make your way back to the three-bedroomed house where you can get toasty warm in the cosy surroundings, open a bottle of bubbly and marvel at the natural stonework and vaulted beams. If you’re headed to Devon, head here.

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Rowton Manor, Chester

Rowton Manor, Chester

Fancy spending a few days playing Lord of the Manor? Then don your regal robes and make your way to Chester, where Rowton Manor awaits. Their website lists this refurbished bolt-hole as ‘bite-sized’, but it sleeps up to six, and with myriad bedrooms, bathrooms and dining areas to choose from, there’s plenty of room to lose yourself. Manicured lawns, rolling countryside and bathrooms you may never want to leave – the perfect spot for some right royal fun.

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Gayfield Square, Edinburgh

Gayfield Square, Edinburgh

Maybe this year, something a little further up the country is more your bag? This Edinburgh apartment has all the hallmarks of a fantastic weekend hidey hole. It’s within shouting distance of Michelin-starred restaurants and sits next to one of the longest streets in the city. Inside, it’s all cool whites, natural tones and the kind of sleek, modern cosy we can never quite recreate at home. Find some friends, book a train and prepare for a mini-break to remember.

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Highgate Woods, London

Highgate Woods, London

With its village-y feel and winding streets, Highgate could be a million miles from London, and with its leafy exterior, so could this incredible house. Restored by an architect, this one-time coach house is the stuff weekend dreams are made of. It’s flooded with light and stuffed with treasures from all over the world, with natural woods and home-made furniture throughout. It sleeps around four, and there’s an extra pull-out bed in the kitchen if your party happens to expand.

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Oyster Catcher, Cornwall

Oyster Catcher, Cornwall

As if you need an excuse to go to Cornwall – it’s worth the journey for the fudge alone – The Oyster Catcher is a home-from-home with a difference. For a start, it’s a listed building. And for seconds, it has beds they describe as ‘marshmallow’. Doesn’t that sound dreamy? Sit and admire the view, cook up a storm and take the party outside to the wrap-around veranda. And for the morning after, soothe away a hangover with views of the deep blue sea.

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