Coolstays Seen on TV

Coolstays Seen on TV

19th May 2021

This collection of famous Coolstays have all featured on film. You might recognise some from property shows like Grand Designs or Extraordinary Escapes, others from Netflix smashes like the Crown and Sex Education and one from classic film The Princess Bride.

The Chalet Symonds Yat

Ross on Wye - Herefordshire

Sleeps 10

Gorgeous, big chalet by the River Wye offering groups of up to 10 guests a comfy, stylish place to stay in Herefordshire. This house starred as the home of sex therapist Jean Milburn, played by Gillian Anderson, in the worldwide smash Netflix series Sex Education.

Moat Cottage

Heveningham - Suffolk

Sleeps 12

Tucked into rural Suffolk is your own Tudor style cottage, with valley views, your own moat and a very un-Tudor hot tub. Featured on Channel 4 show Extraordinary Escapes and visited by Sandi Toksvig and national treasure Alison Steadman.

The Hudnalls Hideout Treehouse

St. Briavels - Gloucestershire

Sleeps 2

Romantic adults-only treehouse escape in private woodland in the Wye Valley, an area of outstanding natural beauty. Sandi Toksvig and Bake Off legend Prue Leith paid a visit as part of Extraordinary Escapes.

Tregulland Cottage & Barn

Launceston - Cornwall

Sleeps 22 (+4)

The perfect, super-luxury spot for large groups looking to escape to Cornwall with Britain’s first heated indoor freshwater pool. The stars of reality TV show Made in Chelsea stayed and filmed an episode here last year.

Withyfield Cottage

Horsham - West Sussex

Sleeps 6

Withyfield Cottage is an inspiring, eco-friendly and contemporary rural retreat. Designed and built by same team as Grand Design's most famous episode, and Kevin McCloud’s favourite - 'Ben Law's Wooden House'.

Eilean Sionnach Lighthouse Cottage

Isleornsay - Sleat

Sleeps 8

Extraordinary four bedroom coastal home off Skye, with access to a private beach and four bedrooms, on its own island. Sandi Toksvig and comedian Sindhu Vee stayed as part of Channel 4's Extraordinary Escapes.

Keiss Harbour House

Keiss - Caithness

Sleeps 12

Gorgeous 19th Century holiday home that offers a peaceful retreat in a fishing village on the northeast coast of Scotland. You'll spot Keiss Harbour in the Crown, when this beautiful location stood in for Mullaghmore in Ireland, the site where Lord Mountbatten (played by Charles Dance) was killed by an IRA bomb on his fishing boat.

Rocking Stone Cottage

Matlock - Derbyshire

Sleeps 4

A lovingly restored barn conversion with some of England’s most stunning countryside on its doorstep - Rocking Stone Cottage is the place to uncover the Peak District. Classic movie The Princess Bride was filmed here, with the set for Buttercup's cottage located just behind the house.

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