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716 Log Cabins that are pet friendly in the UK

Man’s best friend. Well let’s face it when we say pet friendly we usually mean a dog don’t we? And isn’t that dog going to love you for a few days of new smells, endless walks, and lovely countryside to explore. Of course you can mentally deduct the cost of kennels from the cost of your holiday, making it even better value! The log cabins below will make you and your dog equally welcome.

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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.

Oak Lodge, South Downs 4

Hassocks, West Sussex, South of England

Oak Lodge, South Downs From £248 Availability

Set amongst landscape as beautifully diverse as it is breath taking, rolling green pastures, ancient woodlands and a modern, luxurious design are just a few of things that will welcome you when you stay at Oak Lodge. ? The spacious and open plan lodge, with its floor to ceiling windows and doors, easily absorbs the beauty of the surrounding scenery to flow into its modern and contemporary design. With?deep sofas next to a crackling fire for those days where you simply want to cuddle up to a loved one; there will be no need to worry about the unpredictability of the British weather when booking your holiday. ? Set in the South Downs National Park, an escape to Oak Lodge is a real opportunity to escape the hustle of everyday life. The South Downs Way National Trail covers 160 kilometres, so you can walk through ancient woodlands, carpeted with bluebells; watch roe deer darting through wildflower meadows; witness hares boxing or even spot a red kite hunting above. ? There’s so much to do and see in the area, from walking, cycling or horse riding across the Downs, exploring wildlife in the wetlands, visiting one of the many heritage sites to experiencing opera at the world famous Glyndebourne.

View The Gallery 2

Okehampton, Devon, South West of England

View The Gallery From £229 Availability

View The Gallery is a unique retreat near to Okehampton in Devon. The cottage can sleep two people in a super king-size double bedroom with a bathroom. The rest of the cottage is made up of an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove. To the outside are front and side enclosed lawned gardens with patio and furniture as well as off road parking for one car. Set in stunning surroundings, View The Gallery is a great place to enjoy at any time of the year.

Mermaids 4

Seaton, Cornwall, South West of England

Mermaids From £292 Availability

Within Seaton Beach Apartments is Mermaids, a two bedroom apartment located just a couple of hundred yards from the beautiful sands and glistening sea. Professional interior designers were tasked with creating a property that gave a homely feel, while giving a clear message that this is a property you can switch off and relax in, and the results speak for themselves. The bedrooms have been well appointed and offer a glorious sanctuary to rest up in between your Cornish adventures. Spacious and well furnished, the living and dining room has two comfortable sofas where you can enjoy a quiet evening recalling your action packed day. From there you have direct access to the large terrace and decking area, overlooking the sea where you can take advantage of the supplied barbeque if it’s just too nice to be sitting inside, and if you can’t bring yourself to cook then other great places to spend an evening are The Smugglers Inn, or the bistro wine bar, and the best bit is they're only a short stroll down the road! The village of Seaton is found on the south coast of Cornwall, and is in a wonderful location to discover the huge array of traditional seaside experiences such as a day soaking up the sun on the gorgeous south facing Seaton beach, or crabbing in the plentiful rock pools and it’s also a popular spot to fish from throughout the year, not forgetting the excellent childrens adventure play area. For those wishing to further explore locally, the South West Coastal Path runs within a couple of hundred yards of the apartment. Two miles away, the Wild Futures Monkey Sanctuary is a fantastic day out for all the family. In the village itself, there is a bistro?and beach caf? right on your doorstep, and with a number of wrecks sunk just off the coast, there is the opportunity for keen divers to explore the fantastic marine life that the local waters have to offer. For the keen golfer, there are challenging courses at Looe and Whitsand Bay if you just can’t resist. This property can be booked with Seahorses and Starfish, accommodating up to 10 guests.

Maple Lodge, South Downs 4

Hassocks, West Sussex, South of England

Maple Lodge, South Downs From £248 Availability

Set amidst the rolling green landscape of the South Downs National Park, Maple Lodge offers the chance to escape to the country whilst enjoying the creature comforts that make a huge difference. This two bedroom lodge sleeps four and makes the perfect base for those of you keen to enjoy the ancient woodlands and rolling fields that make up one of the country’s most treasured national parks. Start each day by enjoying the views through the living area’s floor to ceiling windows with your morning coffee, and if you step outside onto the furnished terrace you’ll be able to enjoy the tranquillity before a busy day exploring. The open plan design of the living, kitchen and dining space make this lodge a spacious choice for groups of friends or a family holiday. Spend your days exploring your surroundings or during the winter months cuddle up on the sofa by the crackling fire and watch the weather do its worst. Maple Lodge has a peaceful setting right in the heart of the South Downs National Park, and it makes an idyllic rural retreat from day to day life. Set on a 160 kilometre National Trail, the lodge makes just the base for walkers keen to stretch their legs and see as much of the scenery as possible, and with carpets of bluebells and meadows of wildflowers as a backdrop depending on the season, every walk is one to remember. Who knows…you may even spot a red kite soaring high above. There is so much to do and see in this area, from walking, cycling or horse riding across the Downs, exploring wildlife in the wetlands, visiting one of the many heritage sites to experiencing opera at the world famous Glyndebourne.

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.

Reiver Lodge 4

Alwinton, Northumberland,

Reiver Lodge From £251 Availability

Scandinavian log cabins are well known for their warm and cosy feel whatever the season, Reiver Lodge has the added benefit of a beautiful wood burning stove in the open plan lounge kitchen dining area. The lodge has been beautifully updated and offers that open plan living with a glass gable end and doors leading onto the decked sitting area which in turn leads to the enclosed private garden area. Kitchen has and electric cooker (ceramic hob, oven & grill), fridge (with ice box) and microwave, toaster & kettle. Lounge has comfortable seating and a lovely wood burning stove, TV & DVD Dining area has a dining table and 4 chairs The outside seating area also has table and chairs. Bedroom 1 is a double, bedroom 2 is adult bunk beds (ideal for kids or young teens, or even adults if they feel nimble enough to use bunks) The bathroom provides a luxurious roll top bath, wc and whb. Special notes.

  • 1 small well behaved dog is welcome free of charge
  • Dogs and children should be supervised at all times due to the proximity to the river

Honeysuckle Cabin 5

Rowley, Shropshire, Heart of England

Honeysuckle Cabin From £350 Availability

Long Mountain Centre offers a self-catering log cabin holiday with a difference; a real home from home close to an area of outstanding natural beauty in the heart of the Shropshire hills. 

Honeysuckle Cabin is a 2 bedroom property situated within a secluded area  with outstanding views of the Shropshire  landscape. The property consists of: 

  • 1 double bedroom; 
  • 1 twin bedroom with full size single beds; 
  • bathroom with shower;
  • well equipped open plan kitchen with cooker, fridge, microwave;
  • spacious living room inc. TV with dvd;
  • full central heating and double glazing;

Long Mountain Centre Pony trekking is a fully licensed family run centre. Visitors of all ages and abilities are welcome. All treks are accompanied by friendly experienced guides who know the surrounding mountains and bridleways. All the horses are carefully chosen for their kind nature and sensible temperament.