UK’s most secluded properties are now becoming a beautiful destination for tourists.
Life in the city can certainly be fast-paced. For some people, they seek to escape and rejuvenate in some far off places. That’s one of the reasons why secluded properties are progressively becoming more popular.
Situated off the coast on lonesome islands, in hilly regions, or even hidden deep in the forest; these properties allow a legitimate escape from the hustle of contemporary lifestyle. The majority of the world’s most isolated havens can be found right here in UK.
Some of these homes were initially built as hunting cabins and farm houses. Though some keep their original purpose, many are now accessible to visit and even rent, allowing a serene place for people to relax.
Situated in Scottish Highlands; The Glenuaig Lodge, is a good example. This former Victorian Hunting Lodge is located half an hour’s drive into the mountains, with a beautiful surrounding valley that is shared only with the local eagles and red deer.
Initially an eighteenth century gamekeeper lodge, the Pentop Cottage in Wales now serves as a admired holiday home. It is located in a little clearing of the Gwidir forest at Snowdonia National Park. With an amazing view of an open farmland, travelers have been visiting to experience overall calm and tranquility.
An isolated escape called Sally Port Cottage in Cornwall; originally a lighthouse situated at the very end of Roseland peninsula. It’s located on National Trust land and is entirely closed to any public viewing. It has its very own observation area, and those seeking to rent the place can take pleasure in stunning views of the coast.