If you want to guarantee a good night's sleep on holiday, here's a list of properties that already use Baavets.

Website   What   Where   Who
 oerleholidaycottage.co.uk   Two bed cottage sleeps four   Situated above the village of Trefeglwys, near the town of Llanidloes in Mid Wales    Greg Smallbone
www.holidayinmwnt.co.uk    Two, self-catering cottages suitable for couples or two friends   On an organic working farm.  One mile from the National Trust beach of Mwnt on the Ceredigion Coast in Mid Wales   Jenny Linfoot
www.lochanslodge.com   B&B with four rooms and a 2-bed self-catering cottage   In the village of Lochan between Stranraer and Portpatrick in Scotland   Lynn Spode
www.canvasandcampfires.co.uk   Luxury glamping in five fully equipped safari tents, and a one bed self-catering cottage   Five minutes from the University town of Lampeter and fifteen minutes from the coastal town of Aberaeron in Mid Wales   Ellie Waters
stay@mouseholeholidays.co.uk   2 bedroomed, former fisherman's cottage   Abbey Cottage, in Duck Street Mousehole. Cornwall    Gail Buttery
01736 731532      
www.monziesestate.com   Luxury B&B and four self-catering cottages   Part of the Monzie Estate near Crieff in Scotland   Alexandra Crichton
www.boutiquefarmbothies.co.uk   Two farm bothies sleeping 2-4   Rustic charm on the Newton of Begshill Farm in Aberdeenshire, Scotland.   Jane Foad
www.lydfordhouse.co.uk   An eleven-room hotel with a range of options from standard to suite   In the Dartmoor National Park   Jodie Austin
www.woodlandsfarmthimbleby.com   Luxury rural accommodation with rooms sleeping 2-4   Grade two listed farmhouse on the edge of the North York Moors National Park, Yorkshire   Paul and Amy Callin
www.beaconcottages.co.uk   A self-catering cottage sleeping 3-4 people   On the edge of the village of Addington in the Yorkshire Dales.   Zoe moss
www.lindenbedandbreakfast.co.uk   A recently refurbished B&B and cookery school   Three miles from the royal estate of Sandringham, in the village of Hillington, west Norfolk.   Mike and Sue Matthews
www.taldraeth.com   Old Vicarage 5* Guest House   Taldraeth is the old vicarage in Penrhyndeudraeth, set in its own grounds, in centre of Snowdonia, with expansive views out across the Dwyryd Estuary and the Ardudwy mountain range.   Mirain and Geraint
https://www.bestofwales.co.uk   2 Bed stone cottage sleeps 5   Beautifully renovated stone cottage with sea views   Alun Williams
https://www.cottages.com   3 Bed barn conversion   Eco friendly barn conversion near Dartington and the South Devon Coast   Kay Chambers
https://www.wayfarerswood.co.uk/   Delightful ‘Off Grid’ shepherds hut sleeping 2   Set in Wayfarers Wood in North Norfolk   Steve and Cherry Williams
https://www.melrose-cottage.com/       Old sandstone cottage in the village of Wass, within the North York Moors National Park, in a rural village with an excellent pub   Anne Hunter
  A self-catering 4* holiday cottage  that sleeps 6    
https://www.homeaway.co.uk/p10156774?noDates=true   1 Bedroom renovated barn    The cottage is in a beautiful location just outside a little village called Beddgelert in Snowdonia,  surrounded by hills and magnificent views.    Gareth and Llinos Owen 
https://www.crows-hall.com/   Crow’s Hall Suffolk is a manor house home and an exceptional Tudor long barn shared for wedding receptions, celebrations.   Crow’s Hall is situated within its own 400 acre farm and also has a set of gently formal country garden ‘rooms’ on its little island, backed by the beautiful rolling Deben valley panoramas of Mid-Suffolk.   Caroline Spurrier
www.naomisshepherdshuts.co.uk    Shepherds Hut sleeping 2       Rebecca Greenfield
www.chaletkiana.com   6 ensuit double bedrooms in a  mountain chalet in France   Purpose built chalet for skiing and mountain biking or walking in the summer   Gregory McDonald
croeso@dolwylan.wales   Barn conversion sleeping two and separate Cottage sleeping four. Pets accepted.   On a 12-acre smallholding. Above Cymtudu beach just off the Ceredigion Coastal Path   Victoria Jerram
www.downonthefarm.net   Down on the Farm is a family-run Glamping and Farm Tour business.  We have been in business for 10 years.     One of our favourite things to do with guests at shearing time is explain the many uses of wool and highlight the products they could buy using wool, it is always a real eye opener to them.   Carole Short