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68 Log Cabins with tennis in the UK

What could make your holiday go with more of a swing than tennis courts and neighbours willing to make up a competitive four? Or else other kids to play with your kids, and let them enjoy themselves with no effort on your part? However works best for you there is no doubt that a tennis court helps to serve up an enjoyable holiday. The log cabins below won’t get you to Wimbledon, but at least it’s a start.

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Kingsdown Park 6

Kingsdown, Kent, South of England

Kingsdown Park From £420 Availability

Beautiful detached wooden chalet with huge master bedroom on the top floor including Kingsize bed and good quality furniture. 2 bedrooms on the ground floor both with single beds.One room the beds can be turned into a double if needed, just need to know in advance There is a good size lounge with 2 leather sofas, dining area and well equipped kitchen. To the rear of the property is a large decked terrace with partial sea views and a table and chairs for dining 'Al Fresco'. The chalet is located in within the landscaped grounds of Kingsdown park. There is a bar and restaurant on site with free Wi-Fi. Our guests are also able to enjoy the heated communal pool, Tennis courts, playground, mini golf (fee payable). Kingsdown park is only 3 mins walk from a couple of local shops. There are also 3 pubs in the village that all serve food. The beach is only 5 mins walk where you will find a flat promenade taking you to the small town of Deal.

Shallow End 2

Woodbridge, Suffolk, East of England

Shallow End From £482 Availability

The hut is extremely comfortable, warm and well equipped with Sky / Wifi / Bluetooth speakers. The kitchen area is superb with oven / microwave / dishwasher / kettle and coffee machine.Orford is the perfect place for anyone who wishes to get away from the hustle and bustle of day to day life and wishes to enjoy the peace and quiet of a village little changed over the years.Orford is a beautiful spot offering a perfect base for walkers, cyclists, artists or those who wish to wander down to the river to watch the fishing boats go by! It lies within the Suffolk Coasts and Heaths Area of Outstanding Beauty.Orford has an enchanting history, largely having grown since Henry II commissioned the popular Castle to be built in the 12th century. Once upon a time Orford was a bustling commercial and fishing port, however as Orfordness spit continued to grow it became harder for the boats to enter the estuary mouth, just 5 miles from Orford. The quay, whilst still used for smaller fishing craft and river tour boats, was built by the Normans, as was the stunning church in the village centre.Orford has plenty to offer with regards to eating and drinking. It boasts two fabulous pubs, The Jolly Sailor and The Kings Head, as well as some superb restaurants, especially Pinney’s fish restaurant. One of our favourite places to go is to the Pump Street Bakery, which is world famous and offers especially delicious food and drink!Orford has Tennis Courts and a Recreation Sports Ground with its own Clubhouse and children’s play area. Football is played on the Recreation Ground, which is also the site of the Annual Flower Show in August. Other sports and societies thrive including Bowls, Sailing and Badminton.The village is 20 miles from Ipswich, 12 miles from both Woodbridge and Aldeburgh, and 5 miles from the famous Snape Maltings complex, popular for its magnificent Concert Hall and nearby Galleries and Shops. Orford and its immediate surrounding area are renowned for culture and good eating.Guest accessWhilst the entire garden is available to guests, consideration is expected when the owners are in the main house - Shallow End also has it's own private part of the garden with a table and chairs to sit outside and enjoy the sunshine.Other things to notePlease don't be concerned about the hut being at all cold, it is very well insulated and has been completed to a high standard with good effective electric heating which is perfectly adequate for even the coldest of nights in winter!

Bentley Lodge At Astbury 4

Eardington, Shropshire, Heart of England

Bentley Lodge At Astbury From £560 Availability

Welcome to our 4 star self catering lodge Near Bridgnorth in Shropshire : The ultimate Shropshire Staycation which is available all year to enjoy for short let or longer holidays for romantic breaks. Bentley Lodge has all the facilities expected in a luxury holiday home in order to relax in the peace and tranquility of the Astbury Falls location. 4star Bentley Lodge is an outstanding Scandinavian Redwood two bedroom lodge, beautifully decorated and furnished throughout in contemporary style. Freeview TV & DVD. Superbly equipped luxury kitchen: dishwasher; washer/dryer; fridge/freezer. Bathroom: bath & shower (plus en suite). Sauna. 2 double bedrooms with flat-screen TV’s. Linen and duvets included. Beds made up for arrival. Timber-decked veranda with garden furniture overlooking lakes. Central heating. Gas log-effect fire. Gas and electricity included. Welcome pack on arrival. Enjoy Market towns; Swimming; Cycling, Walking, Riding on Jack Mytton Way and the Severn Valley Steam Railway Olympic Home Much Wenlock: Less than 10 miles from Much Wenlock: home of the modern Olympic Games & close to Wenlock Edge for walking. The Olympian Connection. William Penny Brookes was born in Much Wenlock in 1809 where his father was one of the local doctors. The family house is in Wilmore Street opposite the Parish Church. In 1831, William Penny Brookes returned to Much Wenlock to take over his father's GP practice. In 1850 Brookes formed the Wenlock Olympian Class. The first Games, held in October 1850, were a mixture of athletics and also traditional country sports such as quoits, football and cricket. These early Games sometimes included a ' fun' event; once a wheelbarrow race, another year an old woman's race for a pound of tea, these events were not usually a part of the general programme. The Wenlock Olympian Society Annual Games are still held, every July, at the Windmill Field though this area is now designated the Gaskell Recreation Ground. From the beginning some events were open to all-comers. Severn Leisure Centre: Severn Centre at Bridgnorth Road, Highley, Shropshire. WV16 6JS, Tel: 01746 860000. Gerry Hitchens Fitness Suite Their fully air conditioned fitness suite offers the latest in cardiovascular and resistance equipment combined with a state of the art audio and visual entertainment system. Circuit classes take place weekly Heated Outdoor Swimming Pool The large 25 x 10m heated open air swimming pool provides the holiday atmosphere. With picnic area, sweet kiosk and baby pools, there is something for everyone. Open May to October (weather permitting, please call to confirm), sessions include adult only, kid's splash and swimming lessons. Indoor Sports Hall Suitable for Badminton, Volleyball, Trampolining, Indoor Cricket, Table Tennis, Gymnastics, Basketball, Martial Arts & much more. Multi-Use Games Area The all weather surface is ideal for Tennis (3 courts), Netball, 5 aside Football and Hockey. Flood Lights mean games can be played throughout the evening all year round. Severn Valley Railway: The Severn Valley Railway operates steam-hauled passenger trains between Bridgnorth, Bewdley and Kidderminster. Trains run every weekend and daily May to September plus local school holidays. Bookings available directly 01299 403816 open 09:30 to 18:00. Full Day rates available on request with child and senior citizen and family rates. Multi-journey available. Discount Rates available for longer stays Offers available as advertised You can do all this whilst staying at Bentley Lodge in Astbury Falls. Bentley Lodge is the ONLY Visit Britain 4star accommodation available at Astbury Falls A real Honeymoon destination. Walking distance Astbury Hall Golf Club - excellent golfing Golf parties welcome No facility/ ability to accommodate children under 16 !-- Facebook Badge START -- a href='http:

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Aviemore, Highland, Scotland

From £582 Availability

Our ABI Ashcroft new 2015 is located at Aviemore Holiday Park, a 10 min walk from the train station and the centre of Aviemore which is a busy thriving community, there is an onsite restaurant/bar and the site is only a 5 min walk to the nearest Italian restaurant ,Indian restaurants and chip shop. Accomodation The accommodation comprises a comfortable open plan kitchen/dining /lounge with French doors out to the decking area, lounge area has large L shaped sofa ample seating for 6 also with a 32" flat screen TV, freesat box and a DVD player, the lounge also incorporates a wall mounted electric heater with living flame option for that cozy glow even when fire not required to be on. Dining area has table and seats for 4. The well appointed kitchen has a gas cooker with hob, oven and separate grill, integrated microwave and integrated fridge freezer, kettle, toaster, cutlery, crockery and pots, pans, glasses and utensils, everything that you will need to make meals for all your family needs. Sleeps 6, There are 2 bedrooms. The master bedroom includes a king size bed, has large wardrobe and shelf space, ample drawer space, above headboard storage, dressing table with stool mirror and an en-suite. The second bedroom has twin beds, wardrobe, under bed storage and above headboard storage. There is also a double lift out sofa bed in the lounge. Other facilities include shower room Quatity bedding and towels provided It is double glazed and centrally heated throughout. Gas and electric included in price Outside there is a decking area to front and side There is a 6' x 6' shed to rear for additional storage for skis, ski boots, bikes etc.. WIFI available at a small daily fee purchased through the site access Location Aviemore Holiday Park is based closed to the city centre and offers access to all local services and amenities including restaurants, hotel, post office, bus transport, train station, fishing, bike hire, golf, tennis and bowls. There is also a great convenience store not too far from the site. The famous river Spey runs through the site and reasonably priced fishing permits are available from reception. There is a coin operated washing machine and drier on site also a beauty and therapy salon beside the reception. The area is great for lovers of the great outdoors. Walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and fishermen will be impressed by the spectacular scenery. Golfers are spoilt for choice here. Aviemore hosted a very highly rated golf course, and there are several others in the vicinity. Nethy Bridge. Abernethy Golf Club. Carrbridge. Carrbridge Golf Club. Grantown on Spey Golf Club. Aviemore. Spey Valley Golf Club. The tourist centre of the Highlands, Aviemore is also the main area for winter sports, hillwalking and climbing, watersports and outdoor sports of all kinds are catered for. It is a bustling town with a swimming pool (with flumes), and activity centre for all ages. There are cafes, shops, restaurants, pubs and clubs. Also in the area: Landmark Activity Centre Highland Wildlife Park Distilleries Amusement Arcade, Fishing, Indoor Pool, Takeaway, The Osprey Centre at Loch Garten Local Amenities Cycle Hire, Scenic Walks, Watersports, Nature Reserve, Golf Course, Amusements, Pubs and Clubs, Takeaway, Fishing, Historical Attractions, Indoor Pool, Summary Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms Rooms lounge/kitchen/dining, 2 bedrooms, 1 en-suite, family shower room Nearest Amenities 10 mins Family friendly Great for children of all ages, play area onsite. Notes No smoking at this property, for dogs please contact owners

Forest Lodge- Newtown Sy16 4dw 6

Kerry, Glamorgan, Wales

Forest Lodge- Newtown Sy16 4dw From £41996 Availability

Private Hot Tub, FREE WIFI , sleeps 6+2. 3 bedroom log cabin in 4 acres of beautiful gardens and paddocks with Free parking. Other cottages are Forest Keep sleeps 5 plus Forest Cottage sleeps 4 and Forest Byre sleeps 4. Dogs not allowed in lodge but may stay in cottages subject to terms. The tranquil setting makes it the perfect place in which to relax and an ideal base to explore the many attractions of Mid Wales including Powis Castle National Trust. Less than a mile away is Kerry village which has a pub restaurant and it is a 5 minute drive to Newtown. Forest Cottages is a family run self catering holiday business and also the home of Paul and Michelle Martin and their two young children. There is a play area for children, a timber fort, a games room, a tennis court and ample parking. The cottages are close to great walks at the Kerry Ridgeway, Offa's Dyke and Glyndwr's Way. Montgomery with its castle ruins and the medieval Powis Castle are close by and there are steam railways and canals to explore. A 5th cottage located in 2 miles away in small hamlet

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Aberdovey, Gwynedd, Wales

From £504 Availability

Aberdovey, which is in the Snowdonia National Park, is a village of great character and charm, located at the mouth of the River Dovey. It is unspoilt and the small amount of development that has taken place in recent years has been carried out at the rear of the village thus not disturbing the sea front and shopping area. The estuary offers excellent facilities for sailing and water-skiing, there being a public slipway. There is a superb sandy beach with sand dunes which is ideal for children, behind which there is a well-known golf course. It is possible to hire sailing boats and canoes and to go on fishing trips. Windsurfing is now a very popular sport in the estuary and boards can also be hired. Kite surfing is also popular and local tuition is available. There are two public tennis courts, a pitch and putt and a bowling green. The surrounding area provides plenty of entertainment for children on bad days. At Tywyn, just five miles away, there is an indoor swimming pool, squash courts, playground, cinema and the well-known Tal-y-llyn narrow gauge steam railway. The countryside around Aberdovey is reputed for some of its beautiful walks, Happy Valley being just to the rear of the chalet site. the famous Cadir Idris mountain is 40 minutes drive away. The chalet is on a small exclusive site immediately at the rear of Aberdovey being some two-thirds of a mile from the village centre. It is on high ground and each chalet enjoys unrivalled views over the Dovey Estuary and South Wales. It is said that on a clear day one can see the North Devon coast. The site is surrounded by fields and open countryside and could not be more safe for children. It is a Norwegian pine bungalow, being finished to an extremely high standard with double-skin walls, floor and roof and double-glazing. Thus it is warm and cosy on a wet and windy day and cool on a hot day. The accommodation is as follows:- Living/Dining room - this is a particularly attractive feature of the chalet as it is south-facing with picture windows all round and it enjoys fabulous views. Leading off is a large balcony which can be used for eating out. One corner of the room is used as a dining area with a large pine refectory table that will easily seat eight people. At night, the seats pull out and converts into a 4’6” double bed. The whole room is tastefully furnished in pine and bright colours. There is a colour television and a digital satellite dish in place, but tenants need to bring their own black box and viewing card. Kitchen area - another corner of the living room is separated off to form a compact but practical kitchen incorporating a fridge, dishwasher, small microwave oven, electric cooker and masses of cupboards. It is fully equipped with cooking utensils, crockery, glass and cutlery for eight people. Bedroom No. 1 - double bed with duvet, fitted cupboards. (Double blankets are available if required; they are stored under the dining-area sofa unit) Bedroom No. 2 - double bed with good headroom plus full-length single bunk bed above also with good headroom, duvets, chest of drawers and hanging space. There is a cot provided (that would need assembling), along with an Ikea infants high chair. Bedroom No. 3 - full-length bunk beds with good headroom, duvets, fitted cupboards. Bathroom - Shower, wash basin and WC. Cupboard containing mains switches, hoover floor cleaner, etc.. Bed Linen, bath towels and hand towels are provided. Please bring your own beach towels. Please also bring with you a small amount of dishwasher tablets if you wish to use the machine. OCCUPATION: 2 p.m. on day of arrival; departure by 12 noon at end of stay.

Log Cabin near Oswestry (6mls SE) 8

Oswestry, Shropshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin near Oswestry (6mls SE) From £949 Availability

Enjoy this peaceful location on the edge of Kinnerley village near Oswestry. Whatever your interest it is all within easy reach whether it s good food boutique shopping castles country houses and gardens steam trains horse drawn canal trips theatre music events or just relaxing. Discover Oswestry s history on the town trail visit its well-preserved hilltop Iron Age fort great for walking and enjoy the culinary delights from the farmers market and local eateries. Take one of many footpaths and cycling trails including National Trail Offa s Dyke and Tanat Valley or take a horse drawn canal ride in Llangollen visit Ellesmere and its lake Welshpool with its steam trains or head to medieval Shrewsbury. It s an all year-round destination. Drive into this lovely development and round to your luxury lodge built in 2018 in a prime corner location. Walk into the hall with the useful utility room on your left with washer/dryer and plenty of room for your coats and walking boots. Continue to the open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner with all the little luxuries for your stay and lovely views from the picture windows. The kitchen area is well-equipped with all the thoughtful little extras alongside the electric oven and hob microwave fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Enjoy instant hot water from the Quooker for a morning cup of coffee. The dining table is perfectly positioned by the French doors to gather round for a meal open the doors and let the outside in. After dinner relax in the lounge on the comfy sofas plan your holiday activities listen to music watch a film on the Smart TV/DVD or lose yourself in a good book. The bedrooms have been designed for a good night s sleep you can choose from four luxurious bedrooms a king-size with TV en-suite shower room and WC and doors to the veranda with hot tub a further two king-size bedrooms with TVs and en-suite shower rooms and WC or the twin zip-and-link bedroom (which can be made up as a super-king-size on request) with TV and en-suite Jack and Jill bathroom with shower over bath and WC which is also accessed from the hallway. The front veranda with decked area offers shade and open areas to enjoy the weather with table and chairs and a BBQ perfect to enjoy al fresco dining. Relax in the hot tub from sunrise to sunset and embrace the views over the lawn and towards the Shropshire countryside. There are seven acres of private grounds to explore with a shared full-size tennis court and separate shared children s play area. There are four private parking spaces next to the property and if you are bringing you bike you can use the lockable rack too.

Log Cabin near Newquay (6mls NE) 8

St. Columb, Cornwall, South West of England

Log Cabin near Newquay (6mls NE) From £996 Availability

This property is in the heart of Cornwall and is an excellent base from which to explore this glorious area. The delightful fishing town of Padstow is just a short drive away and the hugely popular town of Newquay with its five famous beaches is also situated nearby. Other local towns and villages include Port Isaac the picturesque town portrayed in TV s Doc Martin the surfing mecca of Polzeath and the magnificent cathedral city Truro. Attractions include the fascinating Birds of Prey Centre within walking distance and further afield the Lappa Valley Steam Railway the Oasis Fun Pool the Lost Gardens of Heligan the Eden Project and Cornwall Crealy Adventure Park. Upon arrival enter this stunning detached property into the hallway with doors leading off to the bedrooms bathroom and open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The light and airy lounge area it s a perfect place to relax and watch TV after day s activities and benefits from sliding glass patio doors to the ground floor decking area. The kitchen has all you require for your holiday home cooking requirements with electric oven and hob fridge freezer microwave and dishwasher. There is a utility area with washing machine and tumble dryer. The ground floor bedrooms consist of one king-size and one double. Completing the ground floor is the bathroom with bath and WC. A staircase leads you to the first floor with a beautiful snug lounge showcased with apex ceilings and beautiful pine beams and doors that lead to the decking area with views over the estate. The further two bedrooms on this level consist of a king-size zip-and-link and a twin room. The bathroom is also located on this floor with bath separate shower and WC. Heading outside surrounding the property is a large decking area with a hot tub BBQ and garden furniture. Guests also have use of the on-site leisure facilities including swimming pool FlowRider Wake Park Water Zorbs SUP s bar restaurants and spa. Please note these facilities are at an additional cost. There is off-road parking for two cars.

Log Cabin near Plymouth (5mls W) 4

Saltash, Cornwall, South West of England

Log Cabin near Plymouth (5mls W) From £373 Availability

Located in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and surrounded by woodland in a tranquil country park this superb detached bungalow is ideal for families. On site you can enjoy the use of the shared swimming pool from May to mid September of why not have a game of tennis the children will love the play area. The idyllic beaches and fishing villages of South Cornwall are all within easy reach including Whitsand Bay Polperro and Millendreath whilst the picturesque harbour town of Looe is also well worth a visit boasting an array of shops and amenities. For a wider range of facilities Plymouth is just a short drive with a huge selection of restaurants and services to choose from plus the Barbican Hoe and National Marine Aquarium to visit. The quirky outer appearance makes this detached bungalow more appealing and creates a stark contrast to its interior which has been lovingly decorated to create a true home from home. The lounge/diner is a large open plan space with two large comfortable sofas for you to relax on. Enjoy watching your favourite programme on the TV/DVD or sit back and listen to some music on the hi-fi. For the cooler months you can enjoy the beautiful open fire with exposed brickwork. Alternatively in the summer months open the patio doors onto the garden to enjoy the British sun. The dining area features a lovely dining table and chairs to seat up to six people perfect for enjoying any home cooked meal using all the equipment from the kitchen. The kitchen comprises of an electric oven and hob microwave fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Through to the utility room you ll find a washing machine and some additional storage to use. The spacious accommodation offers two bedrooms one double room and one twin room. They each share the family bathroom which has a shower over bath and WC. Outside the property benefits from an open garden space with a designated private seating area and BBQ for al fresco dining. Make use of the tennis courts playing field and children s play area or from Whitsun to mid September you can enjoy the shared outdoor heated swimming pool. There is allocated parking for two cars.

Log Cabin near Llandysul 2

Llandysul, Ceredigion, Wales

Log Cabin near Llandysul From £452 Availability

If you re looking for a slice of country life look no further than this gorgeous cabin set on an organic farm in the heart of Ceredigion s countryside. You can even stock up on some of the delicious local produce on site at the farm shop. Close by is the charming market town of Newcastle Emlyn which has a weekly agricultural livestock mart and many interesting antique shops. Even though you re in the middle of the countryside the coastline of Cardigan Bay is also within easy reach. New Quay is the closest coastal town 11 miles away and famous for its bottle nosed dolphins. From here you can walk the excellent Wales Coast Path for as long as you like taking in even more beaches along the way. From the entrance hall where you can even tickle the ivories on the piano you enter the delightfully charming and cosy open plan lounge kitchen/diner. There is comfortable seating and interesting furniture including an antique Welsh stick chair and quirky desk as well as a TV/DVD iPod dock and a wonderful wood burner (logs included) with a traditional Sheila maid above. French doors open from here onto the outdoor decked area with wonderful views. The well-equipped retro-style kitchen/diner is furnished with an electric oven gas hob original 50s larder and fridge; a microwave can also be found in the entrance hall. The dining area features a church pew amongst its seating. Directly off the living room is the bedroom featuring a king-size wooden bed with a remarkable oak headboard handmade by the owner. Next door is the bright shower room with views of the fields combining modern and vintage furnishings alongside the WC and bidet. There is original artwork throughout this peaceful cabin which is tucked away in a secluded corner of the farm overlooking fields. This property is just as charming outside as it is in; surrounded by established shrubs it also enjoys a terraced garden with Adirondack chairs to the rear with great views over the valley and fields. To the side of the cabin is a decked area with seating and a pub bench to the front of the cabin provides an additional place to soak up the views. The adjoining utility store houses the washing machine and is where you will find the BBQ should you wish to dine al fresco. There is also a games barn where you can play darts pool and table tennis. Parking is available on the grass around 30 feet from the cabin but you can drive nearer to unpack the car.