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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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Log Cabin near Bewdley (5.5mls NW) 2

Bridgnorth, Shropshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Bewdley (5.5mls NW) From £336 Availability

A cluster of cottages offering a range of comfortable and unique accommodation. Each cottage has its own style and character which is enhanced by the beauty of its natural surroundings. Located in Shropshire they provide a peaceful and relaxing holiday base with the banks of the River Severn ideal for keen anglers riverside walks on your doorstep and further way marked trails for those wishing to explore. The Severn Valley Railway which is dog friendly with the station home to the Museum of Village Life housed within a vintage Post Office sorting carriage. An ideal place for all food lovers with many local farm shops local dairies vineyards and festivals throughout the year. Onsite is an 18th century country inn situated along the River Bank of Severn open all year round serving lunches evening meals and afternoon cream teas and is also dog friendly. A full English breakfast is also available (at additional cost) between 7.30am-9am pre-booking essential. Approximately mile beat of the River Severn which is famed for challenging Barbel fishing; daily tickets for fishing available on site. Enjoying an elevated position over looking the valley this lodge offers a decked and patio area to watch the steam trains go by. The property offers one twin bedroom with a shower room and with WC. When entering the open planned lounge and kitchen you will find TV and DVD together with a well-equipped kitchen with electric oven fridge/freezer microwave and washing machine. Outside you will find an enclosed raised decked area with BBQ and seating. Parking for 2 cars and a further space at the bottom of the drive.

Log Cabin near Bodiam 2

Robertsbridge, East Sussex, South of England

Log Cabin near Bodiam From £792 Availability

Located in the heart of the East Sussex countryside with outstanding rural views this property is also within easy reach of the local pub cafe and farm shop. The lodge enjoys a beautiful and timeless view across to historic Bodiam Castle which is managed by the National Trust and is well worth a visit. Hop on the nearby Kent and East Sussex railway and take a visit to the market town of Tenterden with its tree lined high street and wide range of independent shops restaurants and cafes. For keen walkers there are ample local footpaths surrounding the property which are perfect to explore the surrounding areas and enjoy unspoilt views. From the veranda enter through the patio doors into this delightful lodge into an open-plan lounge/ kitchen /diner with large bay window with far reaching views. The cosy lounge features a comfy sofa perfect for cosying up in front of the TV/DVD and watching a good film. The kitchen is contemporary and well-equipped with a gas oven and hob microwave and fridge and has a breakfast bar and stools. Walk through to the romantic bedroom where there is a double bed and beyond this you will find the uniquely finished shower room with a large walk-in shower twin basins and WC. The bespoke fittings throughout are made from oak salvaged from the woodland around the farm from the 1987 storm. Outside the covered veranda is the perfect spot to relax whilst enjoying a glass of bubbly in the hot tub before dining alfresco on the patio table and chairs. A bench to the side of the lodge next to the chiminea offers views of the sunset - a perfect end to a perfect day. There is ample off-road parking next to the property.

Log Cabin near Nr Amble 4

Morpeth, Northumberland, North of England

Log Cabin near Nr Amble From £604 Availability

This beautiful lodge is located near the charming village of Felton and is close to the popular and vibrant market town of Alnwick with its cobbled streets traditional market days unique shops and beautiful stone built properties. Alnwick is home to both the majestic Alnwick Castle and the beautiful Alnwick Garden. You can also head to the coast and explore Druridge Bay Country Park or visit the nature sanctuary at Ladyburn Lake which also offers a range of water sport activities. The traditional fishing village of Amble is nearby and you can take a boat trip out to see the puffins and seals. Also nearby are the village of Warkworth the River Coquet and the ancient market town of Morpeth On entering this light and welcoming single-level property you will find yourself in the bright and inviting open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. With comfy seating electric fire TV and a PS3 console with a choice of games and Blu-ray films the lounge is a perfect space to unwind in after a great day out. You will also find a charming dining area and the attractively designed kitchen is fully equipped with a gas hob and oven under counter fridge washing machine microwave and 4-slice toaster. Exploring this lovely property further you will find two cosy bedrooms. There s a double room with an en-suite WC and a twin bedroom. You will also find a shower room complete with WC. Stepping outside you will find an enclosed balcony which is accessible from the French doors in the lounge and leads round to the side of the lodge where you can sit back and relax in the private 4-person hot tub which is in a small enclosed courtyard garden table and chairs. Ample parking is available for up to 2 cars to the side of the lodge. The property is set in a 26 acre country holiday park with a fantastic children s play park which features a pirate ship and a zip line. There is an on-site café car which sells alcoholic beverages and serves food; please check the opening hours in advance as they are seasonal.

Log Cabin near Aberaeron (12mls E) 2

Tregaron, Ceredigion, Wales

Log Cabin near Aberaeron (12mls E) From £321 Availability

This stunning property is situated in an idyllic countryside location a short walk from the market town of Tregaron. Overlooking tranquil pastures and woodland it is thoughtfully furnished providing a cosy romantic and welcoming retreat with perfect hygge. Nestled in a meadow with grazing sheep adjacent to private bluebell woods and stream ready to explore. Ideal for walking and cycling with the renowned Abergwesyn Mountain Road on your doorstep. Nearby Cambrian Mountains are breath-taking and for nature lovers the Cors Caron National Nature Reserve is home to 170 species of bird such as the rare Red Kite usually soaring above your hut! Tregaron is known for harness racing and a music festival and has many amenities to include café tea-room pubs and restaurant. Attractions include Dolaucothi Gold Mines and Llanerchaeron Estate. The coast is within reach with an array of beaches to choose from including Aberaeron North Beach Cmwtydu and Tanybwlch . Facilities: a welcome pack is supplied including local free range eggs bacon butter milk bread jam tea coffee and hot chocolate. This open-plan accommodation offers living/dining/sleeping area: with wood burner (kindling and logs provided). Sleeping area has a 4ft x 6ft 3in double bed with organic cotton sheets and duvet. Kitchen area with single plate induction hob tea and coffee making facilities and small fridge. Shower room: adjacent to the hut with private hot shower and compost WC. Outside: set within a pasture which can be enclosed by a gate with seating area and BBQ (charcoal provided). Amenities: ample off-road parking. Bike storage available. Bed linen towels electric and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. 3 dogs welcome free of charge. Location: beach 12 miles dog friendly pub and shops within walking distance.

Log Cabin near Bewdley (5.5mls NW) 4

Bridgnorth, Shropshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Bewdley (5.5mls NW) From £369 Availability

A cluster of cottages offering a range of comfortable and unique accommodation. Each cottage has its own style and character which is enhanced by the beauty of its natural surroundings. Located in Shropshire they provide a peaceful and relaxing holiday base with the banks of the River Severn ideal for keen anglers riverside walks on your doorstep and further way marked trails for those wishing to explore. The Severn Valley Railway which is dog friendly with the station home to the Museum of Village Life housed within a vintage Post Office sorting carriage. An ideal place for all food lovers with many local farm shops local dairies vineyards and festivals throughout the year. Onsite is an 18th century country inn situated along the River Bank of Severn open all year round serving lunches evening meals and afternoon cream teas and is also dog friendly. A full English breakfast is also available (at additional cost) between 7.30am-9am pre-booking essential. Approximately mile beat of the River Severn which is famed for challenging Barbel fishing daily tickets for fishing available on site. Security for fishing tackle and bait fridge is available. Enjoying an elevated position with views of the valley at the front of the property with the added benefit of being able to watch the steam trains go by at the rear of the property. The lodge offers 2 bedrooms 1 double and 1 twin together with a shower room with WC. The lounge has a TV and DVD with a well-equipped kitchen with electric oven fridge/freezer washing machine and microwave. Outside you will find enclosed raised decked area with seating. Amenities parking for 1 car.

Log Cabin near Whitsand Bay 2

Torpoint, Cornwall, South West of England

Log Cabin near Whitsand Bay From £436 Availability

Situated on the Rame Peninsula. known as the forgotten corner of Cornwall Whitsand Bay offers four miles of golden sands accessed via a steep cliff path. The location appeals to surfers power gliders and beach casting fishermen. The nearby South West Coast Path runs along the cliffs offering walks to Port Wrinkle Downderry Looe and Polperro. Other local attractions include Mount Edgcumbe Park numerous National Trust properties Gribbin Daymark and Looe s Monkey Sanctuary. Plymouth can be reached by foot ferry at Cremyl or via rail link from the ancient village of St Germans. Whitsand Bay Golf Club is less than 4 miles away and offers a unique cliff top playing experience. On arrival at this fantastic single-storey property accessed via two steps down from the parking area you will find the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area centres around an electric wood burner-effect fire and also offers comfortable seating sea views and a TV/DVD. The kitchen area is well-equipped with an electric oven and hob microwave fridge with ice compartment and dishwasher. Take a step down from the lounge area to the shower room with sani-flow WC. Nearby are the two bedrooms the first of which is a double room while the other has bunk beds and can also be used as a dressing room. Step outside the property into the garden area from the lounge s patio doors where there is a small lawn and a lovely decked patio. There is also a BBQ for grilling some fine treats in the evening. At the front of the property is a small-tiered garden with a lawn. There is ample off-road parking.

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (10mls N) 4

Brecon, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Crickhowell (10mls N) From £682 Availability

This property is one of two lodges set in a delightful orchard in the village of Talgarth in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The property has splendid views and is an easy walk to the village pubs and shops and a restored watermill. Only a short drive away is the ever-popular town of books Hay-on-Wye. The property is a short drive to some local beauty spots such as Longorse Lake and Pwll-y-Wrach Nature Reserve offering super walks. For the more easy-going guests there are some lovely market towns such as Crickhowell and Brecon both within easy reach. There is plenty to see and do during the day such as walking mountain biking climbing kayaking fishing and horse riding before a bit of star gazing in the evening. Follow the pathway through the orchard to the lodge you will find the entrance hall where you will find a handy utility room with washing machine tumble dryer and freezer. Past the utility room there is a light and airy super-king-size zip-and-link bedroom (which can be made up as a twin on request) with lovely views down a couple of steps there is the warm and cosy open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The contemporary kitchen has an electric oven and an induction hob fridge microwave and dishwasher. The lounge area has a stylish sofa and chairs Smart TV and floor to ceiling windows to take in the fabulous surroundings. From the kitchen area through an internal hallway you will find the shower room with shower and WC. And completing the accommodation a pretty king-size bedroom. This is a fantastic residence with cosy underfloor heating throughout making this an ideal retreat perfect for couples and families all year round. Outside there is a private decked area overlooking the orchard stream and woodland beyond with furniture and BBQ for some al fresco dining all leading to your own wood fired hot tub. A simply stunning retreat with off-road parking for one car.

Log Cabin near Bethesda 6

Bangor, Gwynedd, Wales

Log Cabin near Bethesda From £461 Availability

This woodland and riverside holiday park and country club offers an idyllic setting perfect to just relax at the property use the facilities or go exploring. Ideally positioned to discover cycle paths stroll through nature reserves such as Cwm Idwal join the footpaths across Snowdonia National Park and Wales Coastal Path climb to Snowdon s peak or wander along the beaches. Visit Zip World or Surf Snowdonia Caernarfon or Penryhn Castles the Secret Gardens or National Trust s Plas Neuadd go underground at the Slate Cavern or to Electric Mountain take a boat trip or ride on the Snowdon Mountain Railway. Within easy reach are Llanberis Capel Curig Betws-y-Coed Bangor Caernarfon and Anglesey with their attractions harbours shops galleries eateries activities and events. This detached riverside property has a welcoming lounge/kitchen/diner with lovely views from every window. The kitchen area is well-equipped with gas oven and hob microwave fridge/freezer dishwasher and washer/dryer alongside all the thoughtful little extras creating a lovely space to cook in. The table is well positioned to make the most of the river views and enjoy a family meal gather round to plan your days activities or play a board game after dinner. Relax in the lounge area and open the patio doors to embrace the views and listen to the sounds of the river and birdsong or switch on the fire for chillier evenings. Unwind on the comfortable sofas listen to music lose yourself in a good book or watch TV or a film from the DVD library. Take a long bubble bath or an invigorating shower in the bathroom which is equipped with a shower over bath and WC. There are three bedrooms one double and two twins. Outside the large veranda has a picnic bench and charcoal BBQ for alfresco dining ideal to make the most of the river and old stone bridge view. Take a stroll around the 12 acres of park grounds. This corner plot has mature trees grass and direct access to the river and footpath along the road to the village. There is off-road parking for two cars at the property.

Log Cabin near Usk (2.5mls SE) 2

Usk, Monmouthshire, Wales

Log Cabin near Usk (2.5mls SE) From £426 Availability

One of two super shepherds huts sitting in the rolling countryside of the Wye Valley. Not far from the delightful town of Usk which offers a host of independent shops restaurants pubs and antique shops. This wonderful area boasts a wide range of scenic landscapes and nature trails plenty of opportunities to sample local produce and a trip to nearby Abergavenny is highly recommended. With many historic attractions castles museums and galleries to explore such as Tredegar House Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle everyone will have plenty to enjoy. Many activities such as kayaking sailing fishing mountain biking and climbing are all within an easy drive and there are fabulous walks straight from your door. Entering the beautiful open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner/sleeping space you are first struck by the light and airy feeling this property evokes being of a bespoke design. The lounge area has a cosy wood burner and TV/DVD DAB radio with Bluetooth making this a warming retreat any time of the year. The kitchen has an electric oven and induction hob fridge and Nespresso coffee machine. The bedroom area has a double bed from where you can enjoy the lovely rural views with deer geese buzzards and red kites often seen. There is ample storage space built-in behind and below the bed. There is also a super internal shower room with a power shower and WC adding a little bit more refinement to your glamping break. Outside there is an additional outdoor kitchen with a charcoal BBQ with the first bag of charcoal supplied and bench seating for some al fresco dining a hammock for lazy afternoons and a fire pit for enjoyable social evenings looking up at the stars before heading back in to enjoy the cosy wood burner. Honesty shop selling locally sourced meets and providing bike storage is available for those wishing to enjoy the National Cycle Network that can be joined from the bottom of the hill. There is ample parking for two cars with a pathway to the property.

Log Cabin near Hay-On-Wye (7mls SE) 2

Hereford, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Hay-On-Wye (7mls SE) From £385 Availability

In the village of Craswall and the beautiful Black Mountains just north of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Pop to Longtown for local produce just a short distance down the road or take walk to the local pub for refreshments. In nearby Hay-on-Wye where you re bound to find a book on just about anything it is full of independent and local shops galleries cafes and great events including the renowned Hay-on-Wye Literary Festival. Stroll the local paths or hike to the summit of Pen-y-Fan the highest point in South Wales. Take a ride on the Brecon Beacons Mountain Railway and uncover the history at the Big Pit Mining Museum. Perfect for two to relax or enjoy an active holiday. This private off-grid camp includes the quirky arched roof carriage tepee shower and eco compost loo cabins set on the idyllic 17 acre farm with horses donkeys and chickens. Walk up the steps into this stylish arched roof carriage with lovely little touches throughout. If you decide to eat in there s a small electric oven powered by solar panels and a gas hob cool store and sink. The water will need to be heated on the hob for washing up though a small chore in this lovely campers setting. The folding dining table and sturdy chairs are perfectly positioned by the window to enjoy a hearty breakfast maybe use the ingredients from the welcome hamper with eggs baked beans bread butter and jam whilst overlooking the fields and Black Mountain range. After a full day out snuggle up by the wood burner listen to the radio and later retire to the comfortable full size double bed at the end of the carriage. Outside you will find the gas powered hot shower modern eco compost loo and tepee with seating and rugs on the floor to relax in. The camp fire is set up ready with all the utensils to cook on the open flame and catch up whilst dinner is being cooked. Relax around the table and chairs in the tepee or on the veranda on the carriage. Wherever you choose to sit at the camp you will be able to embrace the most spectacular mountain and countryside views. Explore this 17 acre sanctuary farm with horses donkeys and chickens. Walk down to the water hole for wild swimming meet with the owners for private donkey picnics in the woods or find out more from the resident horse listener. This is a unique and special place for a couple to retreat and unwind. There is private off-road parking for one car at the property. The owners are on-site though privacy is assured. Donkey rambles are available- This is a walk with a pack donkey - Booking essential through the owner on arrival - There is an extra cost for this if wanted Firewood - First basket free and then further bags are 5 each Closed between 1st Dec to 28th Feb due to access