Half Term Holidays In Beautiful Britain With Sheepskin

Sheepskin (www.sheepskinlife.com) – the award winning collection of stylish and unique holiday properties – has a selection of properties still available for those looking for a last minute half term getaway. 

Set in some of Britain’s most beautiful regions, Sheepskin’s properties offer inspirational places to stay that suit those looking for both active breaks or relaxing escapes.  What’s more, Sheepskin offers year round prices with no increase during school holiday periods and no hidden extras. 

A selection of properties still available for this February half term:

Little Cwm Colebatch, nr Ludlow, Shropshire – a luxurious and secluded house hidden away in a sleepy Shropshire valley and just a short distance from the foodie destination of Ludlow. With castles, breweries and beautiful market towns on the doorstep, Little Cwm Colebatch is the perfect place to stay and explore this inspiring location. The house sleeps up to six people and offers a real ‘family home feel’ catering for families of all ages.  A three night stays costs £785 and seven nights costs just £1,735.

Shell House, Exmoor – a beautiful beach house set on the water’s edge and sleeping up to eight people. The stunning Exmoor Hills and coastal walks are within easy reach and ready for exploring or guests can simply relax in this contemporary property that offers stunning sea views. The property also boasts its own ‘cinema’ and has a games room too – perfect for children and rainy days. A stay costs £1,135 for three nights and £2,350 for seven nights. 

Little Manor, Snowdonia – formerly a shepherd’s cottage, Little Manor has uninterrupted views of the Snowdonia Mountains and a large enclosed garden. Ideal for those that seek outdoor pursuits, the house is well placed to enjoy mountain biking, good walks and canoeing on the River Conwy. Or, if preferred, some down time with a spa treatment at nearby Bodysgallen Hall. Sleeping up to four people, a three night stay costs £465 and a seven night stay costs £1,065.

Millbrook, Brecon Beacons – a beautifully restored Grade II* 16th century listed Monmouthshire manor house set within a quiet village within Brecon Beacons National Park.  Millbrook has a wealth of activities available on its doorstep – wonderful walking, fishing, fine dining restaurants The Walnut Tree and The Hardwick, and even the oldest pub in Wales – The Skirrid Mountain Inn – just a short stroll away. Sleeping up to six people a three night stay costs £745 and a seven night stay costs £1,655.

 As well as offering inspiring places to stay, Sheepskin guests also receive a bespoke guide to the area that is tailored to their preferences prior to their stay, as well as a special welcome hamper on arrival and hotel comforts including fluffy cotton towels and bathrobes. Sheepskin has also recently launched its first online gift site – www.therewhenyouarrive.com – offering delicious locally sourced foods and food hampers to enhance a Sheepskin holiday experience and make self-catering stays even more enjoyable and convenient. 

 For bookings and further information, consult Sheepskin on 01865 764087 / www.sheepskinlife.com


 About Sheepskin: Founded in December 2009 by Directors Helen Shaw and Adam Lloyd, Sheepskin is an exclusive collection of distinctive holiday homes in some of the loveliest landscapes in England, Scotland and Wales.  From romantic cottage hideaways to larger houses perfect for sharing with family and friends, they are original, often quirky and packed full of character blending contemporary style with rustic charm. Along with hotel style comfort – including fluffy bathrobes, log fires and iPod docking stations – the company uses its local knowledge to tailor each stay to suit guests’ interests for a highly personalised service.