UK staycations inspired by Line of Duty's witness protection cottage

UK staycations inspired by Line of Duty's witness protection cottage

05/04/2021

If you’re a Line of Duty fan, there’s no denying you’ll have something to say about last night’s season finale.

But if you haven’t seen it yet, this is your warning – as there are spoilers ahead. 

The final moments of the episode showed Jo Davidson enjoying her new life under witness protection, living with her new partner and bouncy dog in a gorgeous cottage in the countryside. 

However, it looks like the adorable rural property caught the attention of viewers, as Google Trends data shows a small spike in interest in the minutes following the show.

And now a holiday rental site believes it has tracked down the location of the cottage.

Sleuths at LastMinute-Cottages.co.uk believe Jo’s new house is found in the picturesque Vale of Glamorgan in South Wales.

Matt Fox, CEO and co-founder of Last Minute Cottages said: ‘Our CHIS really came through to help us discover Jo’s location and, while we’re confident in our investigation findings, we will only say that we believe that the cottage is in the Vale of Glamorgan.

‘The region is home to many incredible holiday cottages still available for this summer, many of which are, like Jo and her partner’s house, dog-friendly.’

While the exact cottage doesn’t appear to be available to rent for a UK staycation, the team have put together some similar luxury stays in the region – perfect for hardcore Line of Duty fans….

The Old Stable

This adorable retreat in Glamorgan has space for two as well as two pets and has a similar stone front to Jo Davidson’s new home. 

Cottage in Abergavenny

Set in the rolling hills, this bolthole lies 305m above sea level and, as a result, boasts spectacular panoramic views across the surrounding countryside.

Caner Bach Lodge

This barn conversion is one mile from the lovely South Wales village of Blackmill and the little hideaway is ideal for two people or a small family.

House in mid-Wales

This whitewashed stone cottage is perfect for exploring the Black Mountains and the stunning Welsh countryside and would suit a family or a couple. 

Barn in mid-Wales

This converted stone barn boasts panoramic views of the Black Mountains and the location makes it easy to reach popular spots around the Brecon Beacons.

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