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Book Any Check-in for June and Get 15% Off

Use Code: 'JUNE' at the checkout page*

*Subject to T&C's

Nightly Rates

As we accept bookings up to 2 years in advance, it’s practically impossible to predict what the energy  costs might be, that far into the future.

Therefore we offer all our guests the opportunity to either receive an additional discount now and top-up the energy meters at each property, via the internet, when the meters eventually need refilling.

Or you can pay our normal price now and no matter how high the energy price increases between now and your Check-in date, we will automatically top up the energy meters for you.

No matter which rate you choose, upon arrival all energy services will be credited by at least £10 on each meter.

an icon of a £Currently, (January 2024), most of our properties use approximately £9.12 gas / day and £5.87 electricity / day and last summer 2023, it was £1.92 gas / day and £0.98 electricity.

3 Years ago there was no war in Ukraine, Russian Oil sanctions, a blocked Suez Canal or destroyed Nordstream 2 oil pipeline, since then energy costs have gone up far faster than incomes.

We cannot control its cost due to UK Government Price Caps, so we thought up this fairer system for the Eco-Friendly guest..


A picture of the inside of one of our house bedrooms
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Here’s a text summary of published increases in costs for gas, oil, and electricity in the UK, excluding the direct impact of the Ukraine war:

  • Domestic Energy Bills: While there have been some recent reductions, domestic energy bills in the UK remain significantly higher than pre-pandemic levels.
  • Annual Increases: Looking at year-on-year data (e.g., Q3 2022 vs. Q3 2023), domestic energy prices increased by 4.9%, with electricity rising by 6.7% and gas by 1.7%.
  • Longer Term Trends: It’s important to consider a longer timeframe. Compared to winter 2021/22, even with recent reductions, typical household energy bills are expected to be almost 40% higher in April-June 2024.
  • Oil Prices: There have been fluctuations, but crude oil prices haven’t returned to pre-pandemic levels. While down from their peak in June 2022, November 2023 prices were still 53% higher than February 2020.
  • Road Fuel Prices: These have recently decreased but remain above pre-pandemic levels. December 2023 prices showed a decrease compared to the previous year, but were still 24% (petrol) and 23% (diesel) higher than their peak in July 2022.

Keep in mind, these are general trends and may not reflect the specific experience of every household or business. (Source: Google Gemini)

Unlike most accommodation providers

You now only pay for what YOU actually use

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