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New property arrival - Nocturne

New property arrival - Nocturne

A wine bar, a classroom, a restaurant, and an antiquarian. This isn’t a listing of what awaits in the market town of Stow-on-the-Wold; it´s a century-by-century chronicling of the many lives of Nocturne. Inside, there´s a grand piano, a movie parlour, a glasshouse hot tub, and a snug that gives all the cosy pubs of the Cotswolds a run for their money. It’s one of those old homes with a happy history. Now, its owners are handing the keys to modern travellers.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Nocturne

New arrival – Carnivàle

New arrival – Carnivàle

Here’s the rules: we spend every sunset at the rum shack, have upside-down cake for breakfast, and never go a day without getting our feet wet. On Isle of Wight time, we make our own commandments. From the creators of Bestival, this limited-edition waterfront pad — with a heated pool, skate ramp, woodfired hot tub, yoga studio, and sauna — is what happens when barefoot island living meets private festival.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Carnivàle

New Arrival: Hansa

New Arrival: Hansa

Turn onto a forested track and wend your way through a woodland in which little trace of realism resides; just you, the birds, and rays shining through the canopy. You’ll come to a little cottage, a gingerbread house adorned with twisting motifs, and a woodfired hot tub hiding between the rhododendrons; the only commodity to separate Hansa from the imaginations of the Brothers Grimm.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Hansa

New arrival: The Tapestry

New arrival: The Tapestry

When a well-travelled tastemaker and a style savant create their dream home, the result is this 17th-century Cumbrian farmhouse; a daring opus of art, textiles, design, and ceramics that could give any museum a run for its money. A masterclass in curation, come here to live a vibrant life behind walls of whitewashed stone, high up on a tarn.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Tapestry

New arrival - The Gallerist

New arrival - The Gallerist

With Ashdown Forest (of Winnie-the-Pooh fame) and the South Downs to the east and west, Brighton and The Big Smoke to the south and north, these are sought-after coordinates. On them, you´ll find an architectural country house with a lawn pool, private screening room, and violet-veined Calacatta marble from Italy’s Apuan Alps. Pull up a parasol, this is laissez-faire living on tap.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Gallerist

New arrival - Solunar

New arrival - Solunar

Mid-century at its core, but reimagined through a tapestry of generations, Solunar was conceived by architect John Crowther in the 60’s, when all was mottled render, and cool, steel lines. Now clad in larch and wrapped in glass — and with its own slipway — this luxury home is a modern-day pilothouse for prospective buccaneers. Come here to make easy work of the art of waterside leisure.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Solunar

The upgrade - The Viewing Gallery

The upgrade - The Viewing Gallery

Guest favourite The Viewing Gallery, a home that looks a lot like a scene from The Notebook, has had an uplift. Now oozing modernity, but still with that signature prairie-style wraparound deck, this handsome clifftop beach house is the antidote to city living: think nautical portholes, seascapes painted by the owners´ daughter, and an enviable location overlooking Portreath Beach.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Viewing Gallery

Limited availability - Felicity Park

Limited availability - Felicity Park

We´re welcoming back the daringly fun and flamboyantly colourful Felicity Park to our Limited Edition collection. Available for six weeks of summer only, this luxe estate in Hampshire is an original Victorian red brick that´s been turned into a playful château; a place where wildflowers border formal gardens, bohemian umbrellas shade the heated pool, and pompoms swing in the orangery.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Felicity Park

Safari on home soil

Safari on home soil

Safari has shaped a global identity all of its own, one that extends beyond the deltas and deserts of the Okavango and Kalahari. Over time, it has come to encompass a thicket of travel experiences outside of Africa. From Polperro to Pembs, we’re rounding up our big five: properties with a front-row seat to all that’s wildlife and wilderness.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Limehouse Cottage, Nevada, Leopoldina, The Glasshouse

New arrival - Salterton

New arrival - Salterton

A period home with a modern edit, this Victorian manor has all the hallmarks of the era. But within its fine rooms, there’s just enough newness to anchor Salterton in a century of design and innovation: a movie projector, maybe the most Upper East Side bathroom suite in the county, and a courtyard pool within walking distance of the mussels and burrata of Port Isaac (of Doc Martin fame).

Properties featured in this newsletter: Salterton

New arrival - Enkel

New arrival - Enkel

Forest bathers, welcome. Set on five acres of subtle gardens near Southwold, this Suffolk pavilion is the poster child for transitional design, evoking the feeling of being out among the moss and meadowlands even when sipping coconut water in the studio sauna. Discerning. Grown-up. Serene. Come here to live in the hush of the silent travel trend; think new-wave writers´ retreat meets digital detox.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Enkel

New arrival - Nyssa

New arrival - Nyssa

Owned by a bohème and a music man, Nyssa is "positive energy architecture" embodied; a lesson in restorative design that takes inspiration from the meditative retreats of Morocco. A rustic sanctuary with a 1970s twist, this luxury farmhouse – with its extravagant LA-worthy yoga studio, ice bath, sauna, and hot tub – makes easy work of relaxation. Call it the eighth chakra.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Nyssa

A pool of one´s own

A pool of one´s own

Inspired by Virginia Woolf´s essay on liberty, we’re uncovering a world where the pursuit of personal space goes beyond four walls – not a room of one’s own, but a pool of one’s own. You’ll find them in the real Hundred Acre Wood, close to the Cornish village that A-listers love, and high on the Jurassic Coast; all proof that you needn’t travel past Britain´s borders to lounge by the waters’ edge.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Roserai, The Palladian, Ariabelle, Castle Trematonia

Any day stays

Any day stays

Gone are the days of poring over family calendars, swapping swim meets, and cancelling conferences, just to meet the check-in criteria. As far as we’re concerned, your holiday home should flex to suit your schedule, not the other way around. So... arrive any day, leave whenever you like (so long as you bed in for at least two nights), and do away with the rigidity of set arrival and departure days.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Wool Merchant´s House, Lightkeepers

You need a break

You need a break

In case you need a reminder, these are the lighter days you´ve been waiting for, so don´t waste them; pack a case, prep a road-tripping playlist, and browse our collection of extraordinary homes with nick-of-time availability. Dispel the myth that group gatherings require months of careful planning, and adopt a carefree approach to family travel, from clifftop nooks to modern estates in ancient woodlands.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Avalon Manor, Northcott Beach House, Infinity, Pearl´s Place, Kingfisher Farm, Viola

The Newlywed Times

The Newlywed Times

From the caricatured Cornish cottage made for "Sarah Jessica Parker meets Shakespeare" micro-weddings to the Cotswolds estate with all the free-wheeling pluckiness of a Mad Hatter banquet, these venues might just be the best-kept secrets on the British wedding scene. This year, plan the kind of wedding you wish you were invited to.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Northcott Beach House, Winterfell, Castle Trinity, Anthology Farm, Weddings at Florin, Thornemead Castle, Weddings at Scarlet Hall, Weddings at The Stack, Weddings at Charity, Weddings at Anthology Farm, Weddings at The Lost Music Hall, Weddings at Senara, Weddings at Gwendolyn, Weddings at Gulliver´s Hall

New property arrival - Kailani

New property arrival - Kailani

Through helter-skelter lanes, beneath rainbow lanterns strung along the harbour wall, and past granite cottages with tiny fisher-folk doors, Kailani sits against the sea at the outer reaches of Mousehole. Beyond the boundaries, you´ll discover seafood bars, artisanal bakeries, and farm shops stocked with scones and apple cider. But inside, it´s all natural linen and sinking sofas; call it Cornish klys.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Kailani

The year of AI*

The year of AI*

It´s the year of AI, but not the one you might´ve imagined. Our portfolio is an alphabet soup of tangible marvels: manors designed by king’s architects, true-as-can-be treehouses, and castles where every surface is printed and patterned. Every inch of them is real and human-made. Craft is who we are, trust is what we offer... and from cloister to cantilever, nothing about us is artificial. Artificial Intelligence, meet Architectural Integrity.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Find, Cadence, Castle Trematonia, Found Tower, The Summer Folly, Suki, Verte

Oh, the places you´ll go

Oh, the places you´ll go

As the season for twinkling lights and not-so-silent nights comes to a close, and all about are swirling notions of what 2024 might bring, we become a collective of hopeful look-aheaders. Here´s your annual reminder that these are the good old days. So before life gets in the way, while there’s still tea in the pot and piles of shortbread to fuel the search, we invite you to indulge in the thrill of the finding...

Properties featured in this newsletter: Anthology Farm, Weddings at Anthology Farm

New property arrival - Moku

New property arrival - Moku

With pats of concrete and teak, Moku is a modern twist on a coastal classic — you won’t find an ounce of shiplap or seashells between its copper and fluted oak walls. Think skylit mezzanines, munchkin snugs, and a nucleal living space where all the world is put to rights over pots of béchamel and bottles of Malbec. All this just paces from the sand, in a portion of Cornwall that has become something of a micro-mecca for musicians and movie stars.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Moku

New property arrival - Talisman

New property arrival - Talisman

Picture an art gallery: all harmony and geometry. Then, imagine a troop of younglings were made its curators. In studio-meets-street market fashion, this beach house is a riot against essentialism: pickle green beams, Tiffany blue doors, marigold alcoves, and art couriered from Lebanon. This is Talisman, a RIBA award-winning family fortress with an indoor pool in Cornwall´s "Hollywood-on-Sea."

Properties featured in this newsletter: Talisman

Who owns Britain´s best homes?

Who owns Britain´s best homes?

From rockstars to restaurateurs, artists to astronomers, it takes extraordinary people to make Britain and Ireland´s most unique private homes. Here, through words and films, they invite you into their moorland manors, Italianate music halls, and "floating worlds." And now´s your chance to join them. We’re unearthing the nation’s most unique homes (and owners) to join our portfolio.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Lost Music Hall, Ukiyo, Senara, Botania

To the ends of the earth

To the ends of the earth

All explorers have their ideas on the matter. Some call to Ushuaia, the gateway to the land of icy tundras. Others claim the title belongs to Svalbard, Siberia, or even the Pacific Ocean habitue of Easter Island. But the notion that an “end” exists reveals a truth so often missed. Let them say what they will about the Arctic or Alaska, wise are those who find expeditionary extremes close to home.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Skyros, Little Red Lock, Found Tower, Ukiyo, The Glasshouse

Where to spend New Year´s

Where to spend New Year´s

There´s fortresses that happen where The Jungle Book meets Pride and Prejudice, manors with lashings of royal flavour, and music halls that are no stranger to Champagne-coupe countdowns. Whether your New Year´s Eve reveries involve banquet tables toppling with pistachio macarons and goat´s cheese crostini, or the quiet creep of midnight with card games and cocoa, we know just the place...

Properties featured in this newsletter: Castle Trematonia, Honeystone

New property arrival - The Studio

New property arrival - The Studio

In the beating heart of one of England’s “doubly-thankful” villages, The Studio is close to the art galleries and old inns of Stow-on-the-Wold, yet far enough from the bustle to hear the nuthatches. From humble cream-and-cheese beginnings to something that wouldn’t be out of place amidst the warehouses of artsy Tribeca, you might expect Basquiat to be reclining in the Eames chair, or perhaps a certain Q.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Studio

The season inbetwixt

The season inbetwixt

From valleys inhabited by the Pooka of Dingle to collegial streets where the Nazgûl took literary form, the British Isles contain enough folkloric tales to fill a thousand bedtime books. For our latest journal, we´ve curated our pick of mysteries and mythologies to inspire torchlit travel during these in-between months. Expect to find homes where the devil (and the angel) is in the detail, and places that´ll see you through from Hocus Pocus to Home Alone.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Lost Cottage, Solas, Celestia, Margot´s Townhouse, The Milk Wood

Wedding wanderlust

Wedding wanderlust

This wedding season, it’s all about "the scene". Though there´s much to love about embroidered veils and Swiss meringue, modern lovers know that such sweet details don´t hold a candle to the destination. Recollections of calligraphed menus and wildflower bouquets may pale, but there are two things that live on in eternal vividity: the people and the place. That´s where we come in...

Properties featured in this newsletter: Scarlet Hall, Weddings at Scarlet Hall, Gulliver´s Hall, Senara, Weddings at Senara, Weddings at Gulliver´s Hall

New property arrival - The Milk Wood

New property arrival - The Milk Wood

Deep in Pembrokeshire´s Nevern Valley, there is an ancient sessile oak wood; and in the wood, there is a clearing; and in the middle of the clearing is a secret. A farmhouse, a barn, a cottage, and a bothy. Four dwellings so covert that only the wildfowl and weasels know their coordinates. In them, there´s curtained cubbyholes, cabinets licked in basil and burgundy, and outdoor rolltops that bring all the ethologists to the yard. There´s never been anything quite like it.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Milk Wood

Meet the architect-designed homes

Meet the architect-designed homes

So commanding, yet at the same time so unobtrusive, does a well-architected dwelling appear; some boast sedum roofs sprouting with wildflowers, others seem wedged like glass birds´ nests amongst the old oak trees. Here, we celebrate some of our most intentional architect-designed homes; the ones that stand out, sink in, defy gravity, or might as well be brandishing invisibility cloaks.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Find, Serpentine, Found Tower, The Summer Folly, Stratum, Verte

Just launched: Retreats

Just launched: Retreats

In partnership with luxury wilderness specialists RVIVAL, we introduce our trio of limited edition retreats in Cornwall and the Cotswolds: Return to the Wilds, A Survival Anthology, and Modern-Day Hunter-Gatherer. Think hands-on fire building, masterclasses on packrafting, and camera-tracking wild deer in the company of like-minded folk. All this in luxe comfort.

Any day stays

Any day stays

Gone are the days of poring over family calendars, swapping swim meets, and cancelling conferences, just to meet the check-in criteria. As far as we’re concerned, your holiday home should flex to suit your schedule, not the other way around. So... arrive any day, leave whenever you like (so long as you bed in for at least two nights), and do away with the rigidity of set arrival and departure days.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Find, Orlagh, The Lost Music Hall

The summer house

The summer house

From grand villas with crooning Salzburg appeal to clapperboards that feel more Colorado than Cornwall, our round-up of Britain and Ireland’s best summer houses will take you from Nicholas Sparks’ chapters to the silver screen. Expect to find a Banshees Of Inisherin-esque cottage in a Dark Sky Reserve and a "front row" beach home in the West Country that could´ve been plucked from The OC.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Lost Cottage, Wildwood Holt, Monterey

New property arrival - Hiraeth

New property arrival - Hiraeth

Part concrete burrow, part timber birdhouse, Hiraeth happens where adobe architecture meets the Pembrokeshire rubric. Connected by a walkway flanked with old sessile oaks, its cottage and bothy are far enough to afford privacy, close enough that the young´uns may still hang tin can telephones between the windows. Expect a sauna, outdoor bathtub, and perhaps some Tylwyth Teg in the garden.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Hiraeth

New property arrival - Huckleberry

New property arrival - Huckleberry

Two households, both alike in dignity; one cottage and one barn, all beamed and bespoke, with separate living spaces and hardly a straight line between them. Inside, there´s microcement walls and softened angles that mimic the cavernous, cave-like interiors of the Cyclades. Outdoors, there´s a river hammock, rockface kitchen, fire pit, and hot tub that evoke feelings of a new life in the Welsh wilds.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Huckleberry

Stories from the hils

Stories from the hils

These are the places you catch a glimpse of in the distance; the kind that make you cross your fingers and toes in the hopes that maybe, just maybe, that one’s yours. Think carpets of wild thyme, glacial landforms, and pilgrimages that keep hill-walkers on their toes.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Aria

New property arrival - Monterey

New property arrival - Monterey

Sitting on a grassroots surf spot, Monterey is one of a new generation of beach houses in Cornwall: subtle, convivial, and just a few salty paces from the sea. There’s something about it that harks to a dream from the salad days: a beach of one´s own, porpoises for neighbours, and sunsets so pink they turn the whole place to candyfloss.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Monterey

New property arrival - Four Hundred Summers

New property arrival - Four Hundred Summers

Would you like an adventure now, or would you like to have your tea first? Those glittering words, tumbled from the mouth of Peter Pan, were penned here in the Wolds. And Neverland, they say, was his ode to these milk and honey hillocks. Proof that there are still realms in England that have the floating power of pixie dust, Four Hundred Summers might be the AONB´s most becoming cottage.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Four Hundred Summers

New property arrival - Suki

New property arrival - Suki

Named after a concept that teaches the delights of refinement and exquisitely performed tea ceremonies, Suki is a Cornish beach house that could’ve been plucked from beneath a weeping cherry tree in Kyoto. With blushing plaster walls, a crackling woodburner, and furnishings kept to a meditative minimum, even Marie Kondo would approve of this joy-sparking space.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Suki

New property arrival - Leopoldina

New property arrival - Leopoldina

Created by the master architect behind Buckingham Palace, you´ll find this former aristocrat´s stables where landscaped gardens meet private beaches on the River Dart. A waterside home so sensitively shaped that it was commended in the Architect of the Year Awards, Leopoldina´s heated pool and yoga terrace bring modern chi to the ever-present flair of 1805.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Leopoldina

New property arrival - Botania

New property arrival - Botania

With rooms big enough to dance in and enormous mullion windows that overlook rewilded gardens, Botania is an Arts and Crafts manor with a life of its own. Here, moss carpets the steps, lilac wisteria braids the balustrades, and damselflies play hopscotch on the lily pond. Think Secret Garden meets Great Gatsby, and you´ll be partway there.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Botania

New property arrival - Orpheus

New property arrival - Orpheus

Fantasy pokes a portal into the real world at Orpheus, the 17th century estate where off-kilter tradition trumps modernity. With palatial bathtubs, state-of-the-art facilities, frescoed walls depicting the bards of Greek mythology, and a pool that could be lifted from Lake Como, Orpheus was made for the footloose and fancy-free. The secret´s out: this is where off-duty A-listers go to let loose.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Honeystone

New property arrival - Gorsestone

New property arrival - Gorsestone

Passed hand-to-hand from 15th-century herders to modern day professionals seeking refuge from the city, this former longhouse brings biophilic flair to Devon’s wildest chapter. From the glasshouse yoga space with views over butterscotch moorland to the “see it to believe it” cinema room, this is an archetypal celebration home where families come to create a lifetime of spirited stories deep within Sherlock’s storied country.

New property arrival - The Marlings

New property arrival - The Marlings

With storied lintels, velveteen loungers, and lofty halls that could fit the Brady Bunch three times over, The Marlings unfolds across four dwellings, a banquet hall, and a pool house near the Cotswolds.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Marlings

Spring starts with a splash

Spring starts with a splash

With May comes the grand reopening of our private pools for the season. From the secluded backyards of village manors to the sprawling grounds of country estates, these homes become aquatic wonderlands at this time of year, primed for serene solo swims, Gatsby-esque pool parties, and all that’s in between.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Morwell, Castle Trinity, Wool Merchant´s House, Sugar Ray, The Palladian, Evania, The Aviary, Fawn Wood, Ariabelle, Castle Trematonia, Forestkeepers, Gulliver´s Hall, The Art House, The Marlings

New property arrival - Lowenek

New property arrival - Lowenek

Named after the Cornish word for joy, this coastal pile has all the hallmarks of a luxe beach house, but with cool familial flair. Part easy seaside retreat, part cheerful multi-gen gathering place, Lowenek might appear to be all floating aspects and modernity, but there´s cosy bones to this castle in the air that hovers overs Portreath Beach.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Lowenek

Fancy yourself a Unique Homestays owner?

Fancy yourself a Unique Homestays owner?

Many of our Owners began as guests who went on to create their own portfolio-worthy paradise. So, if you´re seeking a new investment to provide a lucrative return, our Property Finding Service might be of interest to you too. A simpler home-finding experience, we can afford you unfettered access to our architectural expertise, interior know-how, and black book of contacts.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Tincture, The Creamery, Supernova, Aurora, Inkwell Cottage

New property arrival - Celestia

New property arrival - Celestia

Here is a farmhouse fit for gathering, with secret sleeping nooks, suspended staircases, and century-old fireplaces that beckon bookworms and red wine drinkers to bask in the glow of open flames. Resting on a clearing beneath the flat-topped peaks of Pen-y-fan with stargazing gardens designed by Chelsea medallists The Rich Brothers, Celestia keeps lost forests, wild swimming spots, and constellations in its backcountry pocket.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Celestia

New property arrival - Margot´s Townhouse

New property arrival - Margot´s Townhouse

City dwellers get in line. With direct lines from Bristol and Waterloo, and hourly trains from Paddington, you´ll soon slip into holiday mode when you descend on the golden streets of Bradford-on-Avon. At this weaver´s workshop turned luxury townhouse, expect slick slabs of marble, gilt-framed mirrors, and a greenery-infused internal courtyard, all a three-minute walk from award-winning restaurants and pretty cycle paths on the riverside.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Margot´s Townhouse

Win with Unique Homestays & The White Company

Win with Unique Homestays & The White Company

Milk-white cob walls, artisanal earthenware, and glass bottles of ‘sleep mist’ at the bedside; The Fable is an ode to simple living. This spring sees the page turn on a new chapter as the storybook home features in a collaboration of fairytale proportions - painted head to toe in White Company details. To celebrate this first-of-its-kind partnership, we´re offering the chance to win a stay at The Fable, plus £500 to spend with The White Company.

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Fable

Marvellous Maycations

Marvellous Maycations

It´s a truth universally acknowledged: a weekend well spent brings a week of content. With a trio of bank holidays on the calendar this May, there´s plenty of opportunity to satiate your inner nomad with a chic short-haul stay.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Castle on the Well, Atlanta

New property arrival - Under the Yew Tree

New property arrival - Under the Yew Tree

A softened monastery, infused from doorknocker to chimney with monkish aestheticism and riddled with French-Greek fingerprints, Under the Yew Tree is British history incarnate. These days, its modernised insides are part Provençal, part Aegean; but leaded windows and penny-plain walls are the heart on its stone sleeve that speak to age and provenance.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Under the Yew Tree

Spring breaks for good eggs

Spring breaks for good eggs

We root about the garden on cocoa-scouting pilgrimages, herding foraged chocolates into baskets and keeping watch for bunnies darting between the daffodils. We return indoors only to turn boiled eggs into pastel Fabergés, and to make ice cream sandwiches out of hot cross buns. With little ones on a break from phonics and numeracy, there´s days to be filled by the coast and country.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Raffia, Villa Boden

New-wave wellbeing

New-wave wellbeing

There’s an art to practicing wellbeing, a fine balance of the little and the lofty. A eucalyptus-infused steam room here, a private wildflower meadow there. Sometimes a swim in the ocean to wash the day away, others a dip in the plunge pool. There’ll be mornings where the whole caterwauling crew will eat pancakes at the breakfast table, and evenings that call for a solo dinner in the village. More sleep, more tea, more laughter, more time, together.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Lightkeepers

The great indoors

The great indoors

With gorgeous garden tubs, beds swathed in woollen blankets, and tables toppling under the weight of heavy cream and tarte tatin, our homes are at their most inviting during these chilly months. For coastal retreaters, painting in the window and dunking local shortbread into cups of cocoa are all that’s on the seaside syllabus. And in the glens and hilltops, country-goers will slosh through puddled bridleways and dream of the stew simmering on the Aga.

Properties featured in this newsletter: Little Inka, The Crafters´ Hut

A toast to new wedding destinations

A toast to new wedding destinations

For you, the star-crossed lovers of the nation, home went from being a place to a person a long time ago. And yet, here are two destination venues sure to hold a place in your heart forever. Two of our favourite properties have evolved to incorporate all-new spaces for wedding celebrations; places for shared vows, swapped rings, and memories made. Will you pick the wisteria-clad façade of the country manor adjoining The Lost Music Hall, or the sleek finish of Anthology Farm’s new wedding barn?

Properties featured in this newsletter: Weddings at Anthology Farm, Weddings at The Lost Music Hall

These are the good old days

These are the good old days

As the season for twinkling lights and not-so-silent nights comes to a close, and all about are swirling notions of what 2023 might bring, we become a collective of hopeful look-aheaders. Here´s your annual reminder that these are the good old days. So before life gets in the way, while there’s still tea in the pot and piles of shortbread to fuel the search, indulge in the thrill of the finding...

Properties featured in this newsletter: The Limit, Gwendolyn, Ariabelle, Inkwell Cottage

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