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Sat 10 February 2018
Find your very own love nest with our pick of ten romantic properties for Valentine's Day.
Old and new blend beautifully in this 19th century cottage (above), which has undergone complete refurbishment to transform it into a bright and spacious home fit for 21st century living. The fabulous kitchen is perfect for concocting delicious romantic meals, which, during the summer months, can be enjoyed in the pretty stone-walled garden. EPC Band E.
This truly unique property sits in an historic fort within the Mount Edgcumbe Country Park. With stunning panoramic views across the Western Plymouth breakwater and beyond, this two-bedroom apartment is arranged over two floors and includes its own private patio and beach below. EPC Band E.
This spacious Grade II-listed cottage is full of character and history. Inside, oak floorboards combine with delightful window seats and a large open fire for keeping warm during those winter nights. In spring, the garden is alive with colour and scent; follow the steps to the top to find a small studio where artists can capture the glorious sea views.
This charming detached barn conversion is perfect for green-fingered couples as it includes a productive vegetable garden. Inside, a cosy sitting room with exposed stone, ceiling beams and a feature fireplace sets the scene for romantic evenings in. EPC Band E.
Nestled in a peaceful hamlet in the heart of the South Hams, this delightful two-bedroom cottage is bursting with charm. One of a pair of former farm buildings converted in the 1970s, Cider House retains a wealth of original features from beamed ceilings to a large fireplace in the sitting room with wood burner, perfect for romantic nights in. EPC Band F.
What could be more romantic than waking up to a panoramic view over Lynmouth Bay? This small wing of a Grade II-listed Georgian property lies adjacent to the South West Coast Path where long romantic strolls can be enjoyed before returning to this beautiful bolthole to watch the waves roll in.
Enjoy a romantic meal for two with a view like no other from this magnificent Falmouth bolthole. Renovated and remodelled inside to provide stylish and contemporary accommodation, this period property offers truly captivating and ever-changing views over the harbour to Flushing, Trefusis Point and The Roseland Peninsula.
This former school hall features a spacious open-plan reception room complete with wood burner for cosy evenings in. Situated in the village of Withypool in the heart of Exmoor National Park, the property offers spectacular moorland views and wonderful walking opportunities direct from the doorstep. EPC Band G.
Situated in the idyllic village of Cockington, this historic Grade II-listed thatched cottage dates back to the late 18th century but has recently been extended to create a bright and contemporary kitchen/diner opening onto the pretty garden. The original wing is a somewhat more intimate affair with a charming beamed sitting room complete with exposed beams and inglenook fireplace with wood burner.
Originally a farm labourer’s cottage, this idyllic property was converted into a school house in 1852 to serve the surrounding villages. Now a Grade II-listed one-bedroom cottage packed with character, The Old School features a charming mezzanine bedroom in the eaves with exposed beams and Velux window.