You're staying in a seriously special place, but what nearby places are worth emerging from your retreat to go and visit?
Make like monks at this gorgeous ruin with the rolling Costwold countryside as a backdrop - just idyllic!
Don your best singing voice and head to this fab singing fest, one of the biggest maritime music festivals in Europe.
Deep in the Cotswolds, this Victorian arboretum offers a stunning display of trees with fabulous walks too.
From snowdrops to Samurai, Snowshill Manor is an extraordinary house of delights hidden in the Cotswolds.
This historical city has bags of charm and with loads to see makes for a great day out.
Our very own Jeni heads off to the stunning Quantock Hills with her family to experience a Boutique Retreat for herself.
This Medieval town comes complete with its own castle, ancient market and over 200 listed buildings – a must-see when out and about in Exmoor.
Grade I listed, Tarr Steps is actually an ancient clapper bridge, spanning the pretty River Barle and has drawn visitors for over 200 years.
Known as the gateway to Exmoor, this pretty market town lies nestled in a wooded valley and is brim-full of independent shops and award-winning restaurants.
Take a look at one of our top ten things to do when in the far west of Cornwall.