The offer means a seven-night stay in Granary, Mill Wheel or Stable - each sleeping up to eight guests - will cost PS983, or PS17.50 per person per night.
Wheel Farm Cottages are 10 pretty stone cottages and a spacious farmhouse, in a quiet valley only a few miles from some great beaches.
The cottages are on the edge of the Exmoor National Park, the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe, making it perfect for stargazing, and each comes equipped with its own planisphere and binoculars to help identify the constellations. The offer is valid for arrivals on March 29 or April 5. Visit www.wheelfarmcottages.co.uk or call 0800 247 1445.
PRIDE of Britain Hotels (0800 089 3929, www.prideofbritainhotels.com) is offering a gourmet retreat at The Grove in Narberth, Pembrokeshire.
The boutique hotel's gourmet offer costs from PS110pp (two sharing) and includes a night's B&B, a pre-dinner glass of Billcarte-Salmon Reserve champagne and a tasting menu dinner. Valid until March 22.
Alternatively, go further afield and enjoy Easter egg hunts and face painting at Stapleford Park - from PS580 for a family of four. Arriving on Saturday, March 30, a two-night B&B stay in a Grand Room costs from PS580 for a family of four (with children under 12).
Call Pride of Britain Hotels on 0800 089 3929 (www.prideofbritainhotels.com).
WHY not savour springtime in Sicily this year? On the edge of the bustling town of Mascalucia - near Catania - is one of the island's best kept secrets: the walled gardens of Azienda Trinita.
Featured in Kirsty McLeod's book, The Best Gardens in Italy: A Traveller's Guide, it boasts orange groves, exotic plants and even a tiny vineyard. Guests can stay in the main house or in one of the little cottages dotted around the gardens.
A seven-night B&B stay in April costs from PS653pp (two sharing), including flights (Gatwick) and car hire.
Call AITO member Sunvil Discovery on 020 8758 4722 (www.sunvil.co.uk).
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|Publication:||South Wales Echo (Cardiff, Wales)|
|Date:||Mar 9, 2013|
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