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Get ahead of the game – large holiday homes for Easter hols

With six weeks or so to go before Easter  you may be planning to have a few days away with a few families as that lovely four day holiday is perfect for an English holiday.  No need for fuss and bother, just throw everything you need in the back of the car, dogs and kids, trikes and cricket bats, and head off for a family adventure.  Click on the images below to have a look around each property…

Brook House, gorgeous garden and great access to London

Brook House, gorgeous garden and great access to London

We have some heavenly holiday hotspots throughout the South of England in the shape of beautiful large holiday homes. Sleeping up to 12, The Surrey Manor is a Grade I listed property that has been a dwelling for nearly 1000 years! This is your unique opportunity to stay in the UK’s oldest moated Manor House mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086 where it was described as a royal hunting lodge, reputedly later King John’s.

The Surrey Mansion has so much relaxing space

The Surrey Manor has so much relaxing space

Feel like a trip to see the mysterious Stonehenge in the West Country?

Stonehenge in all its glory

Stonehenge in all its glory

Or perhaps a lovely sandy beach break on Camber Sands with its miles of sandy beaches, perfect for rock pooling and jumping off sand dunes!

Fascinating!

Fascinating!

Shotters Farm Cottage is a charming period property in the heart of Hampshire, boasting expansive views of the Hampshire countryside as far as the eye can see. The cottage itself lies on the private estate of Shotters Farm which also plays host to the Shotters Farm Long Barn, a popular Hampshire wedding venue.

Shotters Farm, set in delightful countryside

Shotters Farm, set in delightful countryside in Hampshire

Maybe you like the idea of seeing wild ponies in The New Forest or checking out Pooh Bridge in the Ashdown Forest?

Pooh Bridge is famous

Pooh Bridge is famous

Lynden House is all about the view! The mature well-maintained gardens, with swimming pool and terraces, sweep down towards a large pond and then seamlessly blend into the beautiful Sussex countryside. Set peacefully between the quintessential English villages of Ticehurst and Wadhurst, this sophisticated holiday house has a welcoming feel with light and airy rooms and incredible views from nearly every window.

Lynden House in Sussex, come on and dive in!

Lynden House in Sussex, come on and dive in!

Dust down the walking boots and challenge yourself to a lovely few days of walking on the South Downs Way or head out across the Quantock Hills in SomersetLittle Aldon is the 17th century Dower House of the Aldon Estate, home to the young Earl and Countess of Kilmorey until the 1970s. The house commands a grand presence yet retains the intimate corners and rooms that ensure this is the ideal place to enjoy a special family celebration.

Little Aldon , a short drive to the Jurassic coast

Little Aldon , a short drive to the Jurassic coast

If you’re planning to get everyone together, the first thing you’ll need is a large holiday house – we’ve put together a selection of fabulous houses, so just click here to have a look.   It’s a great time to book for Easter cottages, too!  Don’t hesitate to be in touch – contact the Mulberry Cottages booking team on 01227 464 958 or email on info@mulberrycottages.com – we’re here 7 days a week.

 If you wish to take a look at the whole collection of holiday cottages please visit our website .

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