This is a delightful hideaway, just right for those in love who want to hide, or those alone who want to write, surrounded by moors, woodlands and fields. The setting is magical, secluded and entirely peaceful; sit and watch the sun go down from your little terraced garden. Hugh and Liza are the kindest people – available to help without intruding. They also grow their own vegetables organically, so, in season, you’ll be able to buy from them. They have converted the old farm-implement barn with solid good taste and typical lack of pretension: pine floors and good, modern rugs, a corner kitchen cleverly fitted out, and maximum use of space. There’s a Rayburn for winter warmth, a wicker sofa and a double futon to sprawl on and gorgeous views. The bathroom is cork-tiled, the double bed is king-size, a brocade curtain hugs the door for cosiness on winter nights, and the patchwork bedspread is perfect for snuggling. There’s also a downstairs sleeping area with a one-person bunk bed. The water comes from the spring – a final seductive touch.