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576 Log Cabins in East of England

Not only the North Norfolk Coast with its vast beaches like Holkham, and salt marshes at Blakeney and Cley, the East of England offers historic Cambridge, Ely Cathedral, the calm beauty of the Broads, pretty villages of Suffolk and a variety of wildlife. It's no surprise it appeals to artists, photographers, cyclists and bird watchers.

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Tythe Lodge 5

Heckington, Lincolnshire, East of England

Tythe Lodge From £385 Availability

Tythe Lodge is a beautifully presented all-ground-floor lodge sitting in Howell near Heckington, Lincolnshire. There are two bedrooms in the lodge sleeping five guests, made up of a king-size with an en-suite shower room and a zip/link king-size (twin on request) with a truckle bed beneath, served by a bathroom. There is also an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburning stove and a utility. Outside you will find off-road parking for two cars and a private, enclosed patio with furniture, fire pit, shed and hot tub. Tythe is a wonderful holiday home for families or groups of friends seeking to explore this exciting area of Lincolnshire.

Unique Shepherds hut retreat in a beautiful farm setting close 2

Fulbourn, Cambridgeshire, East of England

Unique Shepherds hut retreat in a beautiful farm setting close From £560 Availability

Take the chance to stay in an original shepherds hut that has been bought into the 21 century.

Heath retreat is positioned in an orchard with a beautiful farm setting overlooking fields. It is walking distance away from the Roman Road which allows for miles of beautiful tracks and woodlands for walking/biking or riding the horse. There are paddocks close by if you would like to bring your horse for a weekend away!

It is a lovely quiet area to have a weekend retreat, Fulbourn village is two miles away with three country pubs offering a wide range of food and entertainment. It has a beautiful nature reserve where you can enjoy a walk and tennis courts which are open to the general public.

Cambridge city centre is a 10 minute drive away or half an hour bike ride where you can explore the history of Cambridge, shops, bars and numerous restaurants and have a go at punting down the river the Cam.

A barbeque is provided with outdoor seating.

This cabin is located in Cambridge. Mathematical Bridge and Church of St Mary the Great are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Mill Road and Virtual Aviation. Scott Polar Research Institute and The Polar Museum are also worth visiting.

Violet Lodge | Charming 1 bedroom cabin | Easy access to Norfol 2

Norwich, Norfolk, East of England

Violet Lodge | Charming 1 bedroom cabin | Easy access to Norfol From £910 Availability

Violet Lodge is an exceptionally well-equipped single level home, carefully furnished and decorated to create a welcoming and homely feel to the property. The accommodation is completely open plan with garden views throughout.

The kitchen is fully equipped with cookware and utensils, with the added benefit of both a dishwasher and washer / dryer. There's a dining table for two, perfect for evening meals, or quick breakfast prior to a busy day exploring!

At the centre of the lodge is the living area, with two armchairs and a flat screen television. Board games and books are also available.

Double doors open out directly onto the patio and garden, where you'll find an outdoor table and chairs for two. The garden itself comprises of very spacious lawned area.

Through to the bedroom, there is a king-sized bed with bedside cabinets and reading lamps, along with a large sized mirror.

The modern and accessible bathroom comprises of a shower, W/C, and wash basin.

Located in Norwich, this cabin is in a rural area. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Norfolk Broads and Norfolk Coast, while RAF Air Defence Radar Museum and The Museum of the Broads are cultural highlights. Hoveton Hall Gardens and BeWILDerwood are also worth visiting.

Walberswick Church House 10

Walberswick, Suffolk, East of England

Walberswick Church House From £3407 Availability

Set in the charming village of Walberswick, this coastal home provides an idyllic space to explore the beauty of the Suffolk coast.  Accommodating up to ten guests, this spacious, modern house is thoughtfully designed, with artwork on the walls and a gorgeous garden complete with private swimming pool, sun loungers and crochet for the lawn!

Throw open the doors of the spacious living room and let in the coastal air, allowing you to wonder from indoors to out with ease, Pimm’s in hand!  A large log-burner warms the room on colder months, whilst lunch or dinner can be enjoyed either at the large oak dining table or al fresco on the garden furniture.  

A farmhouse style kitchen has a breakfast island and smaller table, perfect to enjoy a coffee and croissant whilst planning you day out on the coast. With pretty dressers and modern amenities from dishwasher to range cooker, it will be a delight to spend time prepping meals whilst chatting and catching up over a glass of wine.  A lovely colour pop conservatory offers a sun-filled space to get on with your holiday novel, with doors flung open to access the stunning garden.

The sleeping accommodation can be found on the first floor, consisting of one super-king, three double bedrooms and a twin room, each with their own en-suite, with bed linens and towels included.   Two of the bedrooms benefit from access to a lovely, shared balcony overlooking the garden and providing an idyllic spot to enjoy your morning coffee in peace and tranquillity.

Throw open the large floor to ceiling patio doors and step out to your own private swimming pool, bedecked with sun loungers, the ideal spot to recline with a cocktail when the sun is shining.  With a BBQ on the go and a game of croquet on the lawn, it will be hard to tempt your group back inside of an evening!  Yet, with the unspoilt Suffolk coast at your door, there is much to explore in the delightful village of Walberswick from the local sand and shingle beach to nearby marsh and heathland, plus with two local pubs at your disposal it would be wrong not to enjoy a tranquil pint in the sunshine.

The lovely village of Walberswick has a nostalgic charm, with a pretty sand and shingle beach complete with grassy dunes.  There are some lovely cycle routes to take and explore giving great opportunities for birdwatching along the heath and marshland or crabbing of the pretty wooden footbridges.  Two local pubs serve the village well, the Anchor and The Bell, serving local ales and delicious food, a great end destination after a long walk down the Suffolk Coast Path that leads to the historic village of Dunwich.

Accessible by a summer foot ferry, or a stroll down the old railway path is the town of Southwold which combines a sandy shingle coastline with a bustling market town with much to see and do.   Clamber to the top of the town’s working lighthouse, operating since 1887, this remarkable landmark is a great place to survey the coastline from its inland location.

The calling card of many a British seaside town is the pier, and Southwold doesn’t disappoint.  Southwold pier has many crafty shops and a wall of crazy mirrors to keep the kids entertained.  An eccentric Under the Pier show offers an array of weird and wonderful coin-operated interactive machines which is well worth a visit and why not finish it off with some chunky fish finger sandwiches at The Boardwalk on the pier or for the best local fish and chips head to Sole Bay’s Fish Company.

For further coastline exploring why not take a drive to Aldeburgh Beach, one of the most popular on the Suffolk coast, with a host of quirky historic buildings from a Martello Tower, a converted windmill and a Norman church lining the coast.  A history of art and culture is connected with Aldeburgh with Caroline Wiseman’s gallery located right on the beach.

Under an hour’s drive away is Framlington Castle a magnificent 12th century fortress with a fascinating history.  Embark on the 10.5m high Wall Walk that has stood for over 800 years looking down on spectacular views of Framlingham mere.  There is also a workhouse and exhibition to explore, detailing the former residents of the Castle including Mary Tudor, who was proclaimed Queen in 1553 at the Castle itself.

More historic findings can be discovered at Suffolk’s awe-inspiring Anglo Saxon burial site at Sutton Hoo, the subject of Netflix film “The Dig.”  Alongside the site itself you can look out from the 17-metre-high viewing tower, take a stroll through the charming woodland or pay a visit to the High Hall exhibition featuring replicas and original objects found at the site.

Walberswick House 10

Walberswick, Suffolk, East of England

Walberswick House From £3334 Availability

An incredibly striking home bursting with comfort and style, Walberswick House is a luxurious spot for a large group and all just a short walk from the beach!

As you approach the house you will be amazed by its sublime facade - a modern take on a traditional country home. And stepping inside it’s every bit as beautiful. Your vast farmhouse kitchen oozes traditional charm with a dazzling monochrome design throughout and impressive features, including a huge range cooker, a Belfast sink, blender and coffee machine. Delightfully connected alongside this through large open archways is an elegant dining area for the whole group, which itself links in wonderfully to the garden through a fully retractable wall of patio doors - inviting the warmth and sea air inside the home. There are two stunning living areas to choose from when it’s time to put your feet up. The first modelled like the dining area, with two separate entrances to the terrace through big French doors and a wood burner at its heart, the second embodying the same breath-taking bold design as the kitchen - and each brimming with cosy sofas and chairs for the ultimate relaxation.

For rest, meanwhile, there are five superb bedrooms, including four double rooms to choose from! All located on the first floor, each offers a fabulous view of the garden and, just beyond it, the sparkling sea! All five rooms, including two magnificent master bedrooms, feature the same deeply satisfying fusion of classical style and modern comfort, with huge comfortable beds set before vast French doors onto a brilliant balcony beyond or overlooking the garden. Across the balcony, sun loungers offer a place to soak up the sunshine, feel the sea air tingle at your skin and enjoy the peace of this incredible location. There are four double rooms and a fifth room with a set of bunk beds with a reading lamp over each bed. Two of the rooms enjoy fabulous ensuite facilities while there’s an additional bathroom on each floor, offering a range of walk-in showers, large bathtubs and elegant styling!

Out in your garden, meanwhile, a delightful mixture of manicured lawns and wild bushes echo the beach landscape just beyond the end of the boundary wall. Incredible garden furniture offers a comfortable spot for socialising or solitude, sunbathing or shade-seeking on a sunny day! With a fabulous table and chairs set up, you can dine alfresco together in the sun each day - perhaps enjoying a peaceful breakfast in the dawn glow!

Walberswick is a former fishing village known for its annual crabbing competitions. Its surrounding heath and marshland are protected as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and it is home to two pubs, a tearoom, art gallery and gift shop

Just across the street you’ll find a small Co-op, while about 300 meters away is the first pub, The Anchor, and less than 500 meters away is the superb sandy beach, with its vast dunes. The town itself is quaint and compact, perfect for a stroll.

And for something slightly bigger, just a few minutes’ walk, or short ferry journey, away, just across the harbour to the north, is Southwold, perhaps the most quintessentially English seaside town. The town itself is vibrant, with quaint shops, plenty of cafes and restaurants and countless scenic spots to sit back and watch the world go by! Whilst at the beach, you must pay a visit to the charmingly old-fashioned Pier, teeming with bizarre amusements, including Tim Hunkin’s eccentric inventions!

Meanwhile, if you fancy a tipple, or even just a fascinating few hours, visit the Adnams Brewery, winner of The Good Pub Guide 2011’s ‘Brewery of the Year’, where brewery tours are on offer throughout the year and you can try some of the huge variety of Adnams beers on offer. There’s also a thriving arts scene at Southwold Arts Centre during the summer months, so be sure to catch a show from Suffolk Summer Theatre!

Starting at its southern border with Essex and stretching all the way to Lowestoft and the Norfolk coast, the 50 miles stretch of enchanting and often wild coastline of Suffolk has a little something for everyone! With charming villages, medieval towns and exquisite natural beauty all set against breath-taking skies it is a true feast for the eyes!

Water Lily Lodge 6

Essex, East of England

Water Lily Lodge From £840 Availability

Get a lakeside seat to starry nights and swan-filled waters with this fantastic log cabin in the heart of Essex. A short drive from Colchester this gloriously secluded cabin is delightfully perched over a stunning lake and offers 3 deluxe bedrooms, a hot tub, fishing, privacy and everything you need for a tranquil escape.

Waters Reach 12

East Winch, Norfolk, East of England

Waters Reach From £974 Availability

Waters Reach is a lodge-style cottage, resting close to the village of East Winch. Inside, you will find five spacious bedrooms, where three have their own en-suites. There is also a family bathroom, complete with a shower over, basin and WC. Additional rooms include an open-plan living room, comprising of a sitting area, dining area and kitchen area. Outside, you will find ample parking and a spacious patio are with garden furniture and a hot tub. Waters Reach is an ideal base for a group gathering to Norfolk.

Well-appointed, spacious 3 bedroom riverside cabin in tranquil 6

Potterheigham, Norfolk, East of England

Well-appointed, spacious 3 bedroom riverside cabin in tranquil From £980 Availability

Situated on the North West bank of the River Thurne, Vespers provides the perfect tranquil accommodation to relax and watch the world float, paddle and sail by; study the wildlife or fish from your own front garden. It offers an ideal retreat for families, couples and fishermen alike and is perfectly situated for exploring the beautiful Norfolk Broads. Sit in the arbour with a cup of tea or a G&T while you while away the hours with fabulous views both up and down the river.

A traditionally built, timber-framed cabin that’s been modernised in-keeping with its surroundings, Vespers offers spacious living accommodation including a well equipped kitchen, dining room with open views of the river, comfortable lounge with TV and DVD player and 2 double and one twin bedroom, plus a bathroom with modern electric shower, basin and WC. Free WiFi.

There is one car parking space included for the duration of your stay.

Vespers is a short walk from Potter Heigham Bridge, along a tow-path which takes approx. 6 minutes or a 7/10 minute walk from your designated car parking space.
Vespers is single storey once inside.
Please note Vespers does not have vehicular access. It is reached via foot path or boat only.
Unfortunately the foot path which runs from the car park/bridge to Vespers is not suitable for mobility scooters and may prove challenging to anyone with limited mobility.

Please contact me prior to booking Vespers if you require any further clarification or help.

There are numerous family attractions, beautiful beaches and places of interest all easily accessible from Potter Heigham. Explore the surrounding area by foot, car, bike or boat. You will not be disappointed.

If you wish to take a break from Self-catering there are many lovely cafes, quaint pubs or restaurants close by for you to chose from whether you wish to enjoy a cream tea or a 3 course dinner.

Well behaved pets are welcome with an additional refundable deposit to be paid at the time of booking.

This is a dog friendly holiday home and therefore is unsuitable for anyone who suffers with pet hair allergies. Vespers is cleaned thoroughly in between bookings but I cannot guarantee a pet hair free environment.

WARNING: This property has an open river frontage, please be aware of this with children and vulnerable adults.

This is strictly a NO SMOKING property due to its wooden construction. Smoking is only allowed outside the cabin, away from the property.

Located in Great Yarmouth, this cabin is in a rural area and on the waterfront. Toad Hole Cottage and Museum of the Broads are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens and Oasis Amusements. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Yarmouth Stadium or Badminton at Blyth Jex. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Wells Cattle Shed 10

Wells-next-the-sea, Norfolk, East of England

Wells Cattle Shed From £2488 Availability

Prepare to be wowed by Wells Cattle Shed! With graphic designer owners, it is no surprise that this is a stunning, almost magical barn restoration. All on the one level, gorgeous exposed brick and flint walls and restored ancient beams blend perfectly with sumptuous furnishings and fantastic contemporary design. Urban chic meets traditional Norfolk materials making you smile and your soul expand in appreciation.

Wells Cattle Shed was originally exactly what you would think. Now it is a four bedroom luxury holiday home sleeping ten guests. Situated between Wighton and Binham, just outside of the the glorious seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea, this wonderful house enjoys the renowned huge Norfolk skies and is very close to the North Norfolk Coast’s fantastic array of beaches. Two of your furry friends are welcome to join you. They will just love the mammoth expanses of sand and the deep pine forests at Holkham.

Every inch of this special, sprawling barn conversion is spectacular. It makes you think of New York loft living or warehouse conversion with its vast open plan spaces and vaulted ceilings. The attention to detail is seriously impressive and the colour palettes are totally on trend. You will find perfectly placed fairy lights, original beach themed artworks, industrial style table legs and artistic pottery vases all mingling with rich, deep traditional chairs and warm wood. The combinations show brilliance.

The vast contemporary kitchen is a chef’s dream. You can gather around the enormous island chatting to the chef and admiring the smart blue handmade DeVol units. The huge range cooker is perfect for cooking with wonderful local Norfolk produce. You may even have picked some samphire from the beach to go with fish delights from Gurneys of the quaint, ‘Chelsea-on Sea’ Burnham Market. You can enjoy dinner around the massive farmhouse table under the gorgeous rafters. Even the handy utility room offers interior design brilliance.

The lounge area is equally spectacular with squishy sofas and leather chairs, all enjoying this fabulous vaulted space. It really is incredibly social and absolutely perfect if you have a special occasion to celebrate.

Three calm, elegant havens contain emperor sized beds, dreamy luxury linens and quirky decorative items. The fourth bedroom is a child’s dream with two sets of bespoke wooden bunkbeds, perfect for late night chatter and giggles. The four sumptuous bathrooms enjoy glistening copper tones where you can soak your stresses away under the super powerful rainfall showers.

Outside, guests can enjoy the courtyard garden with barbecue and the lovely countryside views.

The Wells Cattle Shed is located between two small villages, Wighton and Binham, just outside of the the fabulous seaside town of Wells-next-the-Sea. Wells-next-the-Sea is one of the loveliest towns on the North Norfolk coast. With a huge sweeping sandy beach scattered with dunes and grasses and bordered by pinewoods and pretty pastel beach huts, it is seaside paradise. A minature train takes you between the beach and the harbour and town centre. You will find excited children crabbing on the quayside opposite delicious fish and chip shops and a few amusement arcades. The shopping lane takes you up to the pretty, leafy green known as ‘The Buttlands’ which is home to welcoming gastropubs. From the extraordinary, Instagram worthy beach you can walk to the vast expanses of Holkham Beach where the Household Cavalry can be seen galloping the shores. The beach and pine forest walks are wonderful. Young ones will enjoy the Wells to Walsingham Light Railway.

The beach at Holkham is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country. With a glorious semi-circle basin filling to form a spectacular shallow lagoon at high tides, this beach is famous for the closing scene in Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Shakespeare in Love’ and is also very popular with bird-watchers.

The Holkham Estate is huge at 25000 acres. Holkham Hall is rich in history, architecture and wildlife. The seat of the Earl of Leicester, this elegant 18th century mansion is still a much loved, lived-in family home which visitors can also enjoy. There are 6 acres of walled garden, originally laid out by Samuel Wyatt in the late 1700’s. Visitors are welcome to enjoy the walking and cycling paths, the lakes, watching the deer, the tree top high ropes course with its swings, bridges and ziplines, rowing boats, canoes and kayaks on the lake and the woodland play area. It is an outstanding family excursion.

If you enjoy a potter around the shops, Burnham Market and Holt are perfect. Brimming with unique independent shops, welcoming gastropubs such as the Hoste, cute delis, cafes and galleries, all around a delightful village green, Burnham Market is incredibly popular. Look out for the August arts and crafts fair with puppet shows and alfresco dining! Holt is another Norfolk gem, again with wonderful art galleries, eateries and charm.

Other North Norfolk delights are Blakeney, Scolt Head, Brancaster and Holme next-the-Sea. You will find an impressive array of gastropubs and spectacular beaches.

Wheelchair-adapted Silver Birch 4

Thetford, Norfolk, East of England

Wheelchair-adapted Silver Birch From £330 Availability

If you have difficulty with mobility, you’ll be able to choose the fully wheelchair accessible Silver Birch cabin, with everything you need from a fantastic disabled holiday cottage, including a hot tub! Our disabled access holiday cabins have 2-or 3-bedrooms and can sleep up to 6 guests. 

A perfect choice whatever the size of your group, from cosy one bedroom cabins to large four bedroom cabins, sleeping up to eight people. Our cabins offer a natural escape beside the banks of the River Thet, close to where the Norfolk and Suffolk borders meet. Choose a cabin beneath the tranquil canopy of the forest or opt for a more open aspect in the picturesque woodland glade.

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