Kenmore Club

Superbly situated on the banks of Loch Tay, The Kenmore Club lies within the grounds of Taymouth Castle, once visited by Queen Victoria on her tour of Scotland. All the impeccably furnished cottages feature fully appointed kitchens and large living room. There is an on-site leisure center with a large heated pool, sauna, and solarium, and guests can enjoy a meal in the lochside restaurant. Guests can also try fishing, water sports, and golf, or simply explore one of the pretty villages scattered around this spectacularly beautiful region.

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Thurnham Hall

Thurnham Hall is a few miles from the historical county town of Lancaster with its medieval castle. The cultural centre of Lancaster offers theatre and concert entertainments. Within easy driving distance is the southern lake district, a popular tourist destination with spectacular lakes and mountain scenery. Thurnham Hall is also ideally situated for day visits to the Yorkshire Dales. The year round entertainment centre and seaside town of Blackpool is a short drive away. The resort is in a rural setting offering attractive apartments within the main house and adjoining buildings.

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Burnside Park

In the heart of England's Lake District lies Burnside Park Owners Club, nestling on the edge of Lake Windermere beside the well-known Burnside Hotel. The town of Bowness, a few minutes' walk away, offers a wide choice of restaurants and craft shops. The Burnside Hotel offers a restaurant and cocktail lounge and an extensive indoor leisure complex.

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Stouts Hill

The Cotswolds, with its pretty stone villages, antique shops and restaurants, provides the setting for this 18th century country house, which has been tastefully converted into elegantly designed suites. The house is surrounded by 27 acres of private parkland and enjoys superb views. On the estate there is a 3-acre lake for fishing, two swimming pools as well as putting, badminton, croquet, snooker and tennis.

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