Named after the Dallas character, it features stag heads, a bed made of branches and a 1970s-inspired bedroom.Luxury comes in the form of free-standing roll-top baths, underfloor heating, Turkish rugs and a hot tub and sauna.Berkeley House, Bay Tree Court, Tetbury, Gloucestershire (01666 500051; Eilean Shona, Argyll Owned by Richard Branson's sister, Vanessa, the island of Eilean Shona is just a short boat ride from the Ardnamurchan peninsula on the west coast of Scotland.Two and a half miles long by one and a half wide, there are no cars and no shops and there's no television, only white sandy beaches, heather-sprung hills and wooded glades.The sturdy grey stone house was built in the late 18th century; this is where JM Barrie wrote Peter Pan.Inside, the design is eclectic but cosy - one bed's made from driftwood. The cost for three nights' full-board is £3,500 including use of the boats but excluding alcohol; you can bring your own or place an order beforehand. Cliff Barns, Norfolk This quirky stone barn conversion was conceived by the set designer Russell Hall and is a mish-mash of luxury and kitsch.Each of its 11 rooms is named after the dialect counting of sheep - yan, tyan, tethera...Following restoration, little has changed aesthetically, but the house now features underfloor heating, modern kitchen facilities and plush bed-linen. The Samling, Cumbria The gabled Samling is cradled by a 67-acre estate.
Guests can relax in front of the huge log-burning fireplaces.The dining room can seat up to 70 guests and is situated in three acres of private grounds, so you can afford to turn up the volume.