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Festive Activities Taking Place Around Our Properties 

Wed, 25th Oct 2023

Christmas. The time to be surrounded by family and friends, indulge in delicious seasonal food and drink, and watch towns across the country transform into twinkling winter wonderlands.   If you…

Autumn Activities to do Whilst Staying with CTBR 

Fri, 29th Sep 2023

As the warm summer nights draw to a close and we begin to welcome the chills of autumn, now is the perfect time to start planning what autumn activities will…

Catching the Summer Breeze 2023

Mon, 4th Sep 2023

As we wave goodbye to summer 2023, we can reflect on what an exciting time it has been at Catch the Breeze Retreats. From our very own house manager, Ben,…

Coastal Retreats in Craster Open to New Ownership

Thu, 17th Aug 2023

Craster Harbour (view from the new cottages) Two properties in the quaint fishing village of Craster have opened their sea view doors to guests after undergoing extensive makeovers. Under the…

Meet Sally Our PA and Estate Manager

Wed, 26th Jul 2023

The entire team at Catch the Breeze Retreats knows how to make a staycation special with their unique skills and experience – it is what makes our guests’ holidays with…

Splendid Isolation: the restoration of Oughtershaw Hall

Thu, 6th Jul 2023

Read the article on Yorkshire Living here.

11 of the Best Beaches in the UK to Visit this Summer

Tue, 4th Jul 2023

Summer has well and truly arrived here in the UK, which means it is time to apply our sun cream, dust off the bucket and spade set and head off…

22 Bucket List Activities in Northumberland, Yorkshire and North Wales

Fri, 2nd Jun 2023

“I want to do everything and see everything, sense everything and feel everything and taste everything; to know that life is an enormous experience and must be used. To be…

The Reading Rooms: A Guide to The Yorkshire Dales

Wed, 19th Apr 2023

Can the perfect holiday itinerary exist? We definitely think so. Picture a sweet stone cottage in the heart of The Yorkshire Dales. Now, imagine that it borders a  babbling brook…

Historic reading rooms of Oughtershaw opens its doors to guests

Fri, 31st Mar 2023

During the 19th century, reading rooms were once commonplace across much of rural Yorkshire: they were places to congregate, educate, debate, and elucidate in a time long before mass media…

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