<p><img src="https://azure.wgp-cdn.co.uk/app-yourdog/posts/potw_decweek2.jpg" alt="" /></p><p>This week's dog-friendly holiday properties include; a barn in the beautiful Norfolk countryside, a luxury windmill in Wales, an ancient detached granite cottage in Cumbria, and a traditional barn in Warwickshire.</p>
Bromholm Barn – Norfolk
Set in a quiet, rural location surrounded by beautiful open countryside, yet only one mile from the nearest beach, Bromholm Barn is a stunning 200 year old red brick and flint barn recently renovated to provide stylish accommodation, all on one level. Incorporated into the barn walls are stones from the 13th century ruins of Bromholm Priory mentioned in Chaucer's 'A Reeve's Tale' and once believed to be home of the True Cross.
There is a private and secure south/west facing courtyard with patio. Further area of lawn to the rear of the property. There is also a grassed area to the front of the property suitable for children to play.
Fellside Barn – Cumbria
Fellside Barn is a detached barn conversion with panoramic views across open fields and fells. Wildlife and birdlife are in abundance. Coniston Water can be viewed from the top of the nearby fell.
The barn provides accommodation for four guests and is situated in a quiet hamlet, yet only two and a half miles from the bustling market town of Ulverston. Ulverston holds a market twice weekly and has a variety of shops, pubs and restaurants.
Cocks Cottage – Cornwall
Cocks Cottage is a two bedroomed ancient detached granite cottage, set in a very peaceful and sheltered position a third of a mile from the village of St Teath and three miles from the small town of Camelford. St Teath has a shop, post office and pub.
There is a pretty, enclosed south facing garden, a beautiful wood-burning stove, and off-road parking available. The property sleeps up to four guests, and one well-behaved dog is welcome.
Llancayo Windmill – Monmouthshire
Llancayo Windmill is a recently renovated luxury self-catering holiday retreat situated approximately two miles north of the former market town of Usk in Monmouthshire. The mill was built in 1813 and destroyed by fire around 1830 and until four years ago had stood as a ruin.
Usk is conveniently located in the centre of Monmouthshire and the town itself has a castle, a rural life museum, the session’s house, a collection of old houses, a variety of restaurants, shops, public houses, hotels and other amenities associated with a vibrant rural town. Usk is also famous for its fishing and successes in the Wales in Bloom and Britain in Bloom competitions.
Deerpark Lodge – Leicestershire
Deerpark Lodge is situated in a woodland clearing within private parkland in the grounds of Staunton Harold Hall. The Staunton Harold Estate is a traditional country estate of some 2,000 acres centred on the great Georgian mansion.
Nestling in a corner of North West Leicestershire, close to the Derbyshire border Deerpark Lodge, built using estate timber for its frame and cladding, provides a contemporary retreat overlooking the parkland. Accessed via its own drive and entrance Deerpark Lodge still has access to the craft centre, tea rooms, delicatessen (at weekends) and garden nursery which forms part of the Staunton Harold Estate.
Vicarage Barn – Warwickshire
This traditional barn adjoining the owner’s home is set in the stunning Cotswold countryside and has been wonderfully renovated, retaining many of its original features while adding a contemporary feel.
The property is set just outside the picturesque village of Long Compton which has a local well stocked shop. Wander around this glorious village, admiring the 13th century church and well renowned two story, half-timbered, lynch gate. Afterwards stop off for a friendly pint at the Red Lion pub.