Here's some big news for us. So I thought I share with you - we now feature cottages from "Toad
Hall Cottages" down in south west England. Granted, you may not be as excited as us about this piece of news. However,
anything which gives you more choice in holiday cottage accommodation must be a good thing, right?
Toad Hall Cottages are a family run company, and have several hundred holiday cottages in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset. These cottages
will add to our already large choice of holiday cottages in Devon, Cornwall, Dorset and Somerset; and we're pleased to welcome Toad Hall Cottages
The vast majority of the cottages available from Toad Hall can be found in Devon, with a good selection also available in Cornwall. And a small
scattering in Somerset and Dorset. Should you want to see what's on offer you can have a look at the cottages available from Toad Hall Cottage in
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