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504 Log Cabins in South West of England

Think rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, great surf and sparkling blue seas, the wild moors of Dartmoor to the Somerset Levels and the dramatic Cheddar Gorge, the South West has plenty to offer. With a lively arts scene, great local food and walking and cycling opportunities galore.

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The Shippen 4

Merriott, Somerset, South West of England

The Shippen From £278 Availability

The Shippen is a tasteful retreat situated near the village of Merriott, Somerset. Hosting two bedrooms; a king-size, and a double with overhead single, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find an open-plan sitting, kitchen and dining area. To the outside is off-road parking, and an enclosed garden with furniture and barbecue. Resting in a lovely location with a comfortable interior, The Shippen is a delightful cottage in a homely part of England.

Tiggy Winkle 4

St Merryn, Cornwall, South West of England

Tiggy Winkle From £228 Availability

Tiggy Wink is a cosy, ground floor chalet set on the awarding-winning Atlantic Bays holiday park in St Merryn near Padstow. With two bedrooms and a shower room, the property sleeps up to four people. There's also a well-designed open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area, while outside is a patio area with furniture, where you can relax at the end of a long day enjoying the nearby beaches. The little ones will love the on-site games room, play zone and large playing field, whilst a seasonal bar is an especial delight for summertime visitors, offering a lovely place to relax with a drink after a busy day. Tiggy Wink provides guests with a welcoming home-from-home, perfect for exploring all that the stunning north coast of Cornwall has to offer.

Towan Beach Chalet 6

Portscatho, Cornwall, South West of England

Towan Beach Chalet From £361 Availability

This secluded, extra-comfortable and carefully maintained self-catering chalet — a perfect refuge in summer and winter alike — is hidden away in a corner of one of Cornwall’s most unspoiled and beautiful areas, the Roseland Peninsula, bordered on one side by the famous sailing waters of the Carrick Roads, on the other by the English Channel. Set amongst lawns and trees at the very narrowest point of the peninsula, with spectacular views over woods and farmland, the chalet is 350 metres from a wonderful but little-known sandy beach on one side, and 50 metres from a picture-book winding creek and its tidal estuary on the other. It offers perfect peace — but also proximity to a unique range of attractions, including the Eden Project, the Falmouth Maritime Museum, the Tate at St. Ives and numerous famous gardens. There are some excellent country inns in the vicinity — and a superb 7-day shop in Portscatho, just over a mile away, selling pretty well everything from apples to zinfandel. The Roseland Peninsula: The Roseland is one of Cornwall’s most special places, a motley of sea- and river-scapes, woods and fields, lanes and churches, pretty beaches. Besides offering infinite scope both for gentle lazing and for vigorous pursuits on land or sea, the Roseland also gives easy access to some of England’s most exquisite attractions, such as the Tate Gallery at St Ives, the ‘Lost Gardens of Heligan’, and the miraculous Eden Project with its spectacular biodomes. The Chalet: The chalet has been completely rebuilt and re-equipped to offer optimum comfort and convenience in all seasons, with its sunset verandah, triple-aspect living/dining room, fall-asleep sofas, Danish woodburner, ubiquitous radiators, well-equipped kitchen (with fabulous views!), two bathrooms (one en-suite), and a general air of calm seclusion. Besides yourself and your belongings you need only bring kitchen/bathroom consumables, and linen . In season is a Weber charcoal barbecue unit which is situated beside the front patio. NB: Smoking is NOT PERMITTED within the chalet. Provisions etc.: For provisions, the village of Portscatho (1+ miles) offers an excellent papers-to-popadoms, wine-to-widgets 7-day store. The picturesque resort of St Mawes with its medieval castle and sailing/fishing fleet is 7 miles away, while the chalk-and-cheese towns of Falmouth and Truro are both 14 miles via the ancient chainlink river-crossing, the King Harry Ferry. These latter towns both offer the normal panoply of banks, supermarkets, chain stores etc. The nearest postcode for satnavs is TR2 5EX. Note: the chalet has no actual postcode. Clients will be sent full travel directions.

Towan Beach Villas 5

Cornwall, Cornwall, South West of England

Towan Beach Villas From £550 Availability

The cabin lies up a track above the woodlands beside Froe Creek near Portscatho. It has its own large garden with lawn, trees, shrubs and glorious views from the china clay mountains to the sea, or across the river to St Mawes. 300 or so metres from a wonderful sandy beach and the South West coastal footpath, it offers a perfect base for relaxing in peace or exploring one of Cornwall's most beautiful areas, the Roseland. If you are lucky, you may spot the seals which also visit the beach, egrets sometimes fish in the creek and a pair of resident buzzards often circle above. The nearest village, Portscatho, has a good general store open 7 days a week, a butcher, pubs with wifi and is only a mile and a half by road, or on foot by the bridle way or the coastal path. Cornwall's capital, the cathedral city of Truro, and the busy historic port of Falmouth with its Maritime Museum can both be reached by the picturesque King Harry Ferry (which reduces a 20 mile journey to 8 miles). These are lovely old fashioned but contrasting towns and a joy to shop or eat in. There are many other beautiful walks around the headland to other beaches and the lighthouse at St Anthony Head, with beautiful views of the whole bay. Known as the Carrick Roads, this is one of the deepest natural harbours in the world. River and sea ferries take you to the Tudor castles at Falmouth and St Mawes, and several sub-tropical gardens including Trelissick (just across from the King Harry Ferry) or even to Truro. Water sports of every sort, sailing, kayaking, wind surfing etc. abound. The lost gardens of Heligan and the Eden Project are about a 45 minute drive away near St Austell. The rest of Cornwall is easily accessible including the Tate Gallery at St Ives, the Lizard, the Atlantic Coast and Bodmin Moor.

Trebellan 6

Liskeard, Cornwall, South West of England

Trebellan From £220 Availability

Trebellan is a lovely detached chalet situated within a quiet wooded valley on the well-maintained Rosecraddoc Holiday Village, two miles from Liskeard. The property sleeps six people in three bedrooms, one double, one twin and one set of adult bunks. There is also a family shower room as well as an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining area and a sitting area with an electric fire. Outside to the front you?ll find a lawned garden and off road parking, whilst to the rear there is a patio with furniture. With so much to see and do within driving distance, including the excellent Siblyback Lake Outdoor and Active Centre for walking, cycling, fishing and canoeing, Trebellan is the perfect base for a Cornish adventure with all the family.

Treetops at Gara Mill 6

Slapton, Devon, South West of England

Treetops at Gara Mill From £460 Availability

Imagine how it would feel to wake up in a treehouse…well, Treetops is about as close as it’s possible to get without actually sleeping in one thanks to its position high above a South Devon valley and its beautiful woodland setting. Set on the peaceful Gara Mill development, Treetops enables you to experience an unspoilt location with all the perks of luxury living. The lodge was carefully designed with relaxation in mind and it’s an ethos that’s reflected in every room. With a warm and comfortable open plan living space, it’s a welcoming place to get away from it all with a group of friends or your nearest and dearest. It’s the details throughout this Scandinavian-style lodge that really make it memorable; blissful mattresses and a kitchen you’ll want to take home. Closing the door to Treetops at the end of the day doesn’t mean closing the door to the country views either thanks to its thoughtful floor to ceiling picture windows. The lodge’s private decked area with private hot tub makes a tranquil spot to sit back with a drink and enjoy the sounds of the countryside and if it’s been too long since you dined outside you can test out your skills on the Indian fire pit. If you leave Treetops and wander for awhile you’ll have you pick of rolling meadows that make perfect places for picnics – just don’t forget the corkscrew. For those days when you fancy exploring a little further afield – you’ll have the choice of an unspoilt beach at Slapton Sands, surf to write home about at Bantham and the historic town of Dartmouth - all with easy reach.

Trenant 8

Little Petherick, Padstow, Cornwall, South West of England

Trenant From £252 Availability

A beautiful Canadian Log Home with wood walls and ceilings with open beamed ceilings throughout create a spacious and relaxing atmosphere.  Trenant has been built to the highest standards and is found in a sheltered valley just a short walk away from Little Petherick Creek on the Camel estuary - an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  Only two miles from Padstow and a short drive to some of the finest beaches in Cornwall this character property is a convenient base for exploring this part of Cornwall and beyond.  With a balcony and deck to the front having some countryside views, Trenant is beautifully furnished to provide an attractive and comfortable home from home.

Tressa, Tor Down Quarry 4

St Breward, Cornwall, South West of England

Tressa, Tor Down Quarry From £315 Availability

Tressa is a lovely cottage located in the village of St Breward, Cornwall. Hosting two double bedrooms (one with en-suite), and a family bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. Inside you will also find an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining and sitting areas. To the outside there is a garden with furniture and barbecue, use of two private lakes and a communal hot tub. Resting in a charming setting with historic features and tourist places of interest, Tressa is a wonderful cottage in a charming part of Cornwall.

Trevenna Cabin 2

Sticker, Cornwall, South West of England

Trevenna Cabin From £266 Availability

Trevenna Cabin is a detached cabin in wonderful grounds near Sticker, a village close to St. Austell and the Cornish coast. The cabin has a double room, a shower room and a compact living area with kitchen, sitting area and dining table. Outside is off road parking for one car, and almost an acre of grounds including woodland, ponds and sitting areas. Trevenna Cabin is a wonderfully tranquil spot for a relaxing break or for making the most of this beautiful area.

Tulip, Stoneleigh Village 4

Sidmouth, Devon, South West of England

Tulip, Stoneleigh Village From £297 Availability

Stoneleigh Village overlooks the historic Jurassic Coast, awarded World Heritage status the inspiring scenery and dramatic coastal pathways offer its visitors a fantastic journey through its unique landscape. The Jurassic Coast lies within the unspoilt countryside of East Devon, designated an area of outstanding natural beauty. Its alluring sheltered beaches provide a wonderful secluded retreat for its curious visitors. Absorb the breathtaking views and mile upon mile of rugged cliffs, blue flag beaches, genteel seaside towns, tiny fishing villages and both pebbled and golden sands. Stoneleigh Village itself occupies a beautiful elevated position and sits charmingly between the delightful Regency town of Sidmouth and the picturesque harbour of Lyme Regis; ideally situated for holidaymakers to enjoy the perfect entirety of what the area has to offer. Stoneleigh Village sits adjacent to Devon’s famous Donkey Sanctuary, a recognised tourist attraction, and can be found within walking distance of their main headquarters at Slade House.