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326 Log Cabins with fishing in the UK

Is fishing the perfect sport for a holiday? You sit on a chair, contemplating nature in a splendid setting, waiting for a moment of excitement that may never come. And if it doesn’t? More time to enjoy the scenery. Couple that level of contentment with a beautiful log cabin and it sounds like a formula for a totally relaxing break. The log cabins below have fishing either on site or close by.

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Spindrel At Gara Mill 6

Slapton, Devon, South West of England

Spindrel At Gara Mill From £465 Availability

Spindrel is a bright and spacious lodge with a cosy atmosphere, located on the family run Gara Mill Lodge Park, an area filled with astounding natural beauty. With an open plan living, kitchen and dining area, this space is ideal if you want to enjoy some quality time with family, or entertain your friends. You can step out onto your own private decking area with hot tub, giving Spindrel that extra touch of luxury. This lodge is surrounded in beautiful woodland and gives you a true feeling of relaxation. Throughout the Gara Mill Park you will hear birds tweeting and the gentle trickle of the stream – perfect if you are looking for some peace and quiet. In the surrounding areas you will not struggle to find things to do. With Slapton Sands just a short drive away, you can enjoy a day lazing on the beach and taking in the scenery. There are also river boat trips from Dartmouth and crab fishing on the jetty at Dittisham, you will be spoilt for choice for activities that your family will love.

Rose, Stoneleigh Village 6

Sidmouth, Devon, South West of England

Rose, Stoneleigh Village From £333 Availability

Stoneleigh Village overlooks the historic Jurassic Coast, which is afforded 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. Sidmouth's shingly bay is surrounded by dramatic red cliffs whilst the town itself offers a variety of charming old buildings, affectionately earning the title of "Regency Town by the Sea". In fact the town boasts in the region of 500 listed buildings. For something a little different then, visitors are invited to the Norman Lockyer Observatory, perched on top of Salcombe Hill. Open to the public at least twice a month, there are a variety of events organised by the enthusiastic volunteers. 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.

Log Cabin near Westward Ho! (0.5ml SW) 2

Bideford, Devon, South West of England

Log Cabin near Westward Ho! (0.5ml SW) From £506 Availability

This property is located just outside the seaside town of Westward Ho! within the grounds of a stylish gastropub which offers delicious home-cooked food right on the cabin s doorstep. Just a mile down the road Westward Ho! s town centre offers a range of shops and cafes as well as its impressive two mile wide sandy beach which is a popular destination for families and surfers alike. At one end of the beach Northam Burrows Country Park offers a quiet place for a walk amongst the attractive sand dunes. Other places of interest in the area all within a ten minute drive of the property include the fishing village of Appledore the historic harbour town of Bideford and The Big Sheep. This bespoke cedar pod makes for a unique and relaxing place to stay situated within the grounds of a fantastic gastropub. The stylish cabin with its curved wooden walls is approached by a set of external steps which lead across the decking to the bi-fold doors that open straight into the open-plan living space. A woodburner keeps the pod lovely and cosy no matter what the weather and a sofa nestled against the curved wall provides a great place to sit back and relax whilst enjoying the Smart TV. Contemporary kitchen units running along the back wall provide everything that guests will need including an electric oven and hob microwave fridge with ice compartment and a dishwasher. There are two double bedrooms as well as a shower room with WC. Outside there is a generously-sized decked area to the front and side of the pod with a gas BBQ garden furniture and of course the wonderful sunken hot tub which offers views across the neighbouring countryside. Guests are able to explore the grounds of the pub which are home to a number of farm animals which are always popular with younger guests. The pub itself is not to be missed and guests may well be tempted to eat there each evening working their way through the tempting menu rather than cooking in the cabin although you should be aware that this is a popular pub and pre-booking is essential. The pub also offers a range of traditional pub games including a boules piste a skittle alley and a range of retro games. There is a parking space available for one car.

Number 12 Rosehill 6

Padstow, Cornwall, South West of England

Number 12 Rosehill From £372 Availability

Number 12 Rosehill is a three bedroom property situated in the peaceful village of Little Petherick, only two miles from the fishing town of Padstow. Padstow is a traditional fishing town situated on the North Cornwall coast, only a 25 minute drive from the bustling town of Newquay.? Padstow benefits from a protected location in the Camel Estuary, visitors can sit and enjoy watching the boats land their catch, try their hand at some fishing or enjoy some delicious cuisine in one of Padstow’s many cafes and restaurants. There are also plenty of shops to wander around. For those looking to explore the local beaches, Hawkers Cove, Harlyn Bay and one of the best surfing beaches in the area, Constantine Bay are only a 10 minute drive away.

Kingfisher Lodge 4

Exeter, Devon, South West of England

Kingfisher Lodge From £510 Availability

Kingfisher Lodge at South View Lodges is set within six acres of landscaped woodland and lakes, yet only a few miles away from the city of Exeter. The lodges provide the perfect location for spending time away exploring one of the most beautiful areas in Devon. Internally, Kingfisher Lodge is beautifully furnished and comfortable featuring superb soft furnishings, a luxury fitted kitchen and a log burning stove. There is certainly a homely feel with lots of personal touches making for a relaxing stay. Externally, the private covered balcony features a table and chairs as well as a private outdoor hot tub, ideal for relaxing after a day exploring the Devon countryside. The lodges are located on the edge of three beautiful fishing lakes so would be ideal for keen or beginner anglers (a small charge will apply). The lakes are surrounded by a variety of established trees and vegetation, creating a haven for many species of plants, birds and wildlife and offering a delightful place to relax. There are plenty of opportunities in the surrounding area whether it’s walking, cycling, rambling, golf, horse-riding and sight-seeing. Or if you prefer, just kick back and enjoy the scenery. The beautiful city of Exeter is located just a few miles away and provides excellent social and cultural facilities including the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. For visitors in search of some retail therapy then Exeter is the place to be, with a great mix of high street and independent shops. Whilst there, pay a visit to the impressive Exeter Cathedral or stroll along the picturesque quay, home to an array of antique shops and waterside cafes.

Hillside at Gara Mill 6

Slapton, Devon, South West of England

Hillside at Gara Mill From £450 Availability

Hillside is a cosy yet modern lodge based on the stunning family run park Gara Mill. Filled with high quality furnishings and all the home comforts you could need, this is the perfect place if you are looking for a relaxing retreat and the opportunity to reconnect with nature. From the three bright and comfortable bedrooms you can look out across the stream and towards the woodland. You can step out from the open plan living, kitchen and dining area onto your own private decked area, the perfect place to take in the rural surroundings from the gentle bubbling of the hot tub. Gara Mill sits tucked in the Devon countryside, so it’s perfect for those of you who love to feel far from the hustle and bustle, and there are some fantastic days out within easy reach by car. ?With Slapton Sands just a short drive away, you can enjoy a day lazing on the beach and taking in the scenery. There are also river boat trips from Dartmouth and crab fishing on the jetty at Dittisham, you will be spoilt for choice for activities that your family will love.

Heron Lodge 4

Exeter, Devon, South West of England

Heron Lodge From £510 Availability

Heron Lodge at South View Lodges is set within six acres of landscaped woodland and lakes yet only a few miles away from the city of Exeter. The lodges provide the perfect location for spending time away exploring one of the most beautiful areas in Devon. Internally, Heron Lodge is extremely comfortable with superb soft furnishings and is beautifully finished throughout. It features a luxury fitted kitchen to a high specification and a log burning stove in the living area. Heron Lodge has a private hot tub on the furnished balcony along with table and chairs. Just a few metres from the lake, this is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day exploring the local area. The lodges are located on the edge of three beautiful fishing lakes so would be ideal for keen or beginner anglers (a small charge will apply). The lakes are surrounded by a variety of established trees and vegetation, creating a haven for many species of plants, birds and wildlife and providing a delightful place to relax. There are plenty of opportunities in the surrounding area whether it’s walking, cycling, rambling, golf, horse riding or sight-seeing. The beautiful city of Exeter is located just a few miles away and provides excellent social and cultural facilities including the Royal Albert Memorial Museum. For visitors in search of some retail therapy then Exeter is the place to be, catering for all your shopping demands. Whilst there, pay a visit to the impressive Exeter Cathedral or stroll along the picturesque quay, home to an array of antique shops and waterside cafes.

Hadleigh Lodge 6

Padstow, Cornwall, South West of England

Hadleigh Lodge From £350 Availability

Hadleigh Lodge is a luxury Canadian-style lodge situated just two miles from the fishing village of Padstow, in the peaceful village of Little Petherick, this beautiful lodge provides easy access to the beautiful valley that links the River Camel to Saints Way. Padstow is a small fishing town nestled around a bustling harbour on the North Cornwall coast, just a few miles from Newquay. Its protected location in the Camel Estuary means visitors to Padstow can sit and enjoy watching the boats land their catch, try their hand at some fishing or enjoy some delicious cuisine in one of Padstow’s many cafes and restaurants. If you fancy an after dinner stroll, Padstow has plenty of boutiques and galleries to meander round or you could even try a spot of fishing from the harbour wall.

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (5.5mls SE) 2

Hereford, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Hay-on-Wye (5.5mls SE) From £603 Availability

ROMANTIC PRIVATE SHEPHERD HUT WITH HOT TUB AND STUNNING VIEWS A pair of hand crafted shepherd huts with fabulous up-cycled hot tub perfect for honeymoons and romantic getaways. Exclusive use and complete privacy with far reaching views across the Welsh Borders and Brecon Beacons. Set in an ancient hay meadow your every comfort has been considered with cosy wood burning stoves in each hut large fire pits for alfresco dining and incredible craftsmanship both inside and out. Within easy reach of a very good village pub an award winning local store and Norman castle in nearby Longtown and the beautiful border town of Hay on Wye internationally famous for its annual May festival and full of independent pubs shops and bookstores for the rest of the year there is plenty to discover without going very far at all. Excellent walking straight from the huts endless cycling trails both mountain and road with friendly bike hire available in nearby Hay. Canoeing fishing and wild swimming in the River Wye as well as a host of excellent local restaurants around the area. Shepherd Hut ONE offers sleeping/living area: 1 double bed. Living area: woodburner gas hob dining table chairs all pots pans crockery cutlery included. Shepherds Hut TWO offers: wet room: with hot/cold shower leading out to the private wood fired hot tub. Hut THREE: with compost WC. Outside: large enclosed grassed area with fire pit / BBQ. Leisure facilities: wood fired hot tub. Amenities: parking coal and wood on arrival. Bed linen towels and dressing gowns included. Regret no smoking. Regret no dogs. Additional info: solar powered light and USB charger point for phones. Arrival: 4pm

Log Cabin near Castle Douglas (11mls S) 2

Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Log Cabin near Castle Douglas (11mls S) From £707 Availability

This lodge is one of four on this peaceful private bay on the Solway Firth coastline. Castle Douglas has an abundance of amenities and is a great base to explore all that Dumfries has to offer. From romantic strolls along one of the beaches or a days golf at one of the many golf courses including Colvend and New Galoway and Dalbeatie to the more thrill seeking cycle trails climbing through the Galloway Forest which is part of the popular 7 Stanes courses or a trip up to Loch Ken may tempt some water sport fanatics. Many a romantic day trip to be had at the many Castles and historic sites and gardens. Sweetheart Abbey close by sets a lovely scene and the popular Threave Castle and Gardens is close by has an abundance of amenities and is a great base to explore all that Dumfries has to offer. From romantic strolls along one of the beaches or a days golf at one of the many golf courses including Colvend and New Galloway and Dalbeatie or to the more thrill seeking cycle trails climbing through the Galloway Forest which is part of the popular 7 Stanes courses or a trip up to Loch Ken may tempt some water sport fanatics. Many a romantic day trip to be had at the many Castles and historic sites and gardens. Sweetheart Abbey close by sets a lovely scene and the popular Threave Castle and Gardens is close by Step in to the hallway from the balcony and in to the bright and welcoming lounge/ kitchen/ dining area. A wonderful open plan space to spend together cuddling up on the sofa watching TV or whiling the hours away looking out of the full height windows across the sea. The kitchen area is superbly thought out and equipped well with oven hob fridge/ freezer microwave dishwasher and even a wine cooler. There is a dining table to sit and enjoy a romantic meal together. The bedroom can be found off the hallway and also enjoys sea views with a patio door opening out on to the balcony. The bedroom flows in to the large en-suite with bath and separate shower and WC. There are even two handbasins. Also off the hallway is a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer and a separate W/C Spend your time on the patio area for a dip in the hot tub or sit and relax with a glass of wine and listen to the peaceful sound of the sea.