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579 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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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.

Wickhambrook Hideaway 2

Wickhambrook, Suffolk, East of England

Wickhambrook Hideaway From £773 Availability

Wickhambrook Hideaway certainly lives up to its name. This immaculate refurbished school house is hidden away in Suffolk’s rolling landscape. It is perfect for a romantic country getaway where no one will disturb you. You can be at one with nature enjoying sensational views of the rolling fields. You can even fold back the doors to your bedroom and laze in your sumptuous bed or in your freestanding bath with the fields in front of you and a soft breeze on your face. What bliss!

This gorgeous renovation on the outskirts of the pretty village of Wickhambrook lies between Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds and the celebrated medieval town of Lavenham, not far from Cambridge and the fabulous Suffolk Heritage coastline . For beach days you can head to Frinton-on-Sea, Felixstowe, Aldeburgh, Thorpeness or Southwold. For some cultural entertainment or shopping you can head to Bury St Edmunds or Cambridge and if you are lucky enough to be taking your break on a race day, you can head to Newmarket. Then again, you may not want to leave your romantic, idyllic haven at all!

Wickhambrook Hideaway boasts a gorgeous open plan living space, a dreamy bedroom with a luxurious freestanding bath, a shower room and cute little patio. It is ideal for a couple wanting to get away from it all. You are welcome to take your furry friend who will love the walks from the doorstep and you could take a baby in a cot. If you are looking for a family getaway, please speak to our Concierge Team as we have many larger properties in this area. The profile of this timber clad retreat gives a hint of its previous life as a school house, but the renovation is seriously luxurious offering contemporary comfort and very easy living. The open plan living space enjoys a fabulous kitchen with a slight industrial feel. The units are smart and stylish with excellent appliances for your self-catering break. The dining area is very cute with a delightful table, chairs and bench seating painted in the same bluey grey tone as the kitchen cabinetry. The lounge area is just stunning. A sumptuous velvet sofa and chair are perfectly positioned to enjoy the log burning fire and the gorgeous panorama. Though petite, the high sloping ceiling gives this delightful space a cavernous feel and the doors and windows drown it in natural light. You will definitely appreciate the attention to detail is this lovely little pad.

Your bedroom is very special with your superbly comfortable kingsize bed beautifully dressed with luxury linens and stylish soft furnishings. The wall of glass doors facing the bed opens fully to a countryside wonder of fields and big skies. In front of your bed is your fabulous freestanding, roll top bath where you can indulge yourselves with both kinds of bubbles and those views. It is so romantic to have the freedom to bathe surrounded by nature. The shower room is beautifully appointed with an excellent walk-in shower.

You can step out from your bedroom and the living room to your patio with its garden chairs where you will be mesmerised by the scene in front of you and the changing light. It is so incredibly peaceful. You can walk for miles from your doorstep, much to the delight of your furry friend. You will definitely want to return.

Wickhambrook Hideaway is surrounded by glorious fields deep in the Suffolk countryside. It is located on the outskirts of the village of Wickhambrook, between Newmarket, Bury St Edmunds, Haverhill and Lavenham. Cambridge is to the west and the fabulous Suffolk coast to the east.

The charming, much photographed village of Lavenham is considered to be Britain’s best preserved medieval village and one of Suffolk’s most important wool towns. At every turn in Lavenham you will encounter medieval charm with characterful timber framed buildings lining the narrow streets and lanes. Lavenham has also gained a ‘foodie’ reputation with excellent restaurants and pubs. The village offers a rich history. In Tudor England, Lavenham was the 14th richest town thanks to its famous Lavenham Blue broadcloth. There are over 300 buildings listed as being of architectural and historic interest, including the beautiful Church of St Peter and St Paul, Little Hall, The Guildhall and De Vere House. The celebrated Guildhall is a spectacular timber-framed building built around 1530 by the religious Guild of Corpus Christi. The renovated Guildhall is located in the historic market place and today tells the stories of Lavenham’s fortunes. Little Hall, built in the 1390’s was once home to the Causton family and is now a museum owned by the Suffolk Buildings Preservation Trust. St Peter and St Paul Church was built at the height of Lavenham’s prosperity by Thomas Spring III in the late 15th century. The Old Grammar School is another amazing building. It was open from 1647-1887 and is a Grade I listed building whose many pupils included the famous painter John Constable. De Vere House is also know as the De Vere Hunting Lodge, the last house in Lavenham to be owned by the Earls of Oxford. Lavenham boasts a wonderful array of art galleries including the Crooked House Gallery, a building full of wonky charm. There are many charming cafes and restaurants. Lavenham is very proud of its strong links to America. The Lavenham airbase was home to the 487th Bombardment Group of the 8th US Army Air Force who flew 185 missions and more than 6000 sorties during WWII. There are some delightful walks in and around Lavenham. One is the Lavenham Woodland walk, part of the Old Lavenham to Long Melford Great Eastern Railway line. Not only is is beautiful, there are 24 varieties of butterflies that have been seen in the area.

The market town of Newmarket is the home of horse racing with the largest racehorse breeding centre in the country. It is a key global centre for horse health. Two classic races and three British Champions Series races are held at Newmarket each year. Newmarket has enjoyed close royal connections since the time of James I and the Queen often visits the town to see her horses in training. There are over fifty stables and two large racetracks, the Rowley Mile and the July Course. The town is home to over 3,500 racehorses.

Bury St Edmunds, the home of Saint Edmund, the original patron Saint of England boasts award-winning restaurants, excellent shopping, beautiful parks, historic buildings and many annual festivals. The magnificent St Edmundsbury Cathedral stands in the stunning Abbey Gardens among the ruins of the Abbey of St Edmund.

There is something for everyone in Cambridge. You might like to go punting on the River Cam, enjoy a picnic in the park, cycle around the impressive network of cycle paths, visit the stunning university buildings or join a walking tour of the city. King’s College Chapel is celebrated for its choral services including the famous A Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols, broadcast live by the BBC to the nation and around the globe on Christmas Eve. The University of Cambridge’s Fitzwilliam Museum houses world-class collections of art and antiquities spanning centuries and Kettle’s Yard is a fantastic gallery for 20th century art and contemporary art. Theatre lovers are very happy with performances straight from the West End. There are also many alfresco music gigs.

If you can bear to leave Wickhambrook Hideaway, you may also enjoy a day at the seaside. It is easy to visit the dramatic and beautiful Suffolk Heritage Coast and the wonderful, popular seaside resorts of Aldeburgh, Thorpeness, Southwold and Felixstowe from Wickhambrook.

Widgeon is prime location on duck lake, bbq & Large Hot Tub wit 4

Tattershall, Lincolnshire, East of England

Widgeon is prime location on duck lake, bbq & Large Hot Tub wit From £3171 Availability

Welcome to the beautiful fully refurbished bespoke cabin called Widgeon, the only one of it’s kind situated on the peaceful well stocked fishing lake (duck lake), this south facing stunning cabin is indeed a very special quirky one with its triangular shape, this is a two storey cabin with two bedrooms (sleeps 4) the master bedroom has a king-size platform luxury bed with a Juliet balcony with the outstanding views to look out onto, the second bedroom has two full size platform beds, down stairs is open plan with two sofas , a shower & W.C, also another separate W.C, dishwasher, private Wi-Fi ,the full glass sliding doors make it possible to take in the outstanding views of duck lake, opening up onto a huge solid wood decking with a large sunken hot tub, garden furniture, steps leading down across the grass is the large private fishing peg and free fishing, this Cabin looks outstanding at night time all lit up and is definately in a league of its own and has been described as breath taking.

There is a smart TV downstairs and a TV in the master bedroom.

DVD Player and subscription to Amazon Video, playstayion 3 with games for your entertainment

Sorry this is not pet friendly because it’s all open it’s not ideal for doggies.

Located in Lincoln, this cabin is in a rural area and on the beach. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Witham Way Country Park and Lincolnshire Wolds, while Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Visitor Centre and Bubblecar Museum are cultural highlights. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Jubilee Park or Tattershall Road Stadium. Jet skiing, water skiing, and fishing offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hiking/biking trails nearby.

Willow Lodge, Holiday Log Cabin, Cedar Springs, Heacham. Close 5

Heacham, Norfolk, East of England

Willow Lodge, Holiday Log Cabin, Cedar Springs, Heacham. Close From £1064 Availability

Willow Lodge is a spacious log cabin situated on the quiet chalet park of Cedar Springs in the village of Heacham. Cedar Springs is a family owned and run chalet park located just five minutes walk from Heacham Beach and 3 miles from the popular seaside town of Hunstanton.

Willow Lodge is a log cabin that sleeps 5 in 3 bedrooms - 1 double, 1 twin & 1 single bedroom. There is a bathroom with a large shower cubicle, no bath. Bed linen & electricity included. . Access ramp. Allocated parking either side of the lodge . Free WiFi.

More log cabins and lodges are available. Please see the Cedar Springs website for full details of all properties available and take a look at some of our fabulous guest reviews!

Located in King's Lynn, this lodge is in a rural area and by the sea. Princess Theatre and The Royal Station are local landmarks, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Searles Golf Club and Hunstanton Golf Club. Norfolk Lavender and Paint Me Ceramics are also worth visiting. Jet skiing, water skiing, and windsurfing offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cycling nearby.

Woodland Lodge @ West Stow Pods: Idyllic woodland setting 4

West Stow, Suffolk, East of England

Woodland Lodge @ West Stow Pods: Idyllic woodland setting From £630 Availability

Woodland Lodge is the ideal accommodation for those who want to get reacquainted with nature without sacrificing any modern comforts.

The Woodland Lodge is situated near a quiet country lane and in proximity to our little car park. It is a prime spot for getting out and exploring the neighbouring Suffolk countryside and all its beautiful walking, horse riding and cycling trails.

The Woodland Lodge is dog-friendly

Located in Bury St Edmunds, this lodge is in a rural area and on a lake. Knettishall Heath Country Park and West Stow Country Park and Anglo Saxon Village reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Larkwood Trout Fishery and Fuller's Mill Garden. CurveMotion and Ickworth House are also worth visiting.

Woodland Retreat 6

Louth, Lincolnshire, East of England

Woodland Retreat From £431 Availability

This delightsome, detached lodge rests in Kenwick near Louth, Lincolnshire and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.

WOODLAND RETREAT, family friendly, with a garden in Louth 6

Louth, Lincolnshire, East of England

WOODLAND RETREAT, family friendly, with a garden in Louth From £812 Availability

This delightsome, detached lodge rests in Kenwick near Louth, Lincolnshire and can sleep six people in three bedrooms.

There are three bedrooms: one king-size with an en-suite walk-in shower, basin, and WC, and two twins. Bathroom with a bath, a shower over it, a basin, and a WC. Living area with an open layout that includes a kitchen, dining area, and sitting area. Central heating powered by electricity. The kitchen hosts an oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher, and washing machine which are all electric. For entertainment there is a DVD player and TV. Fuel and electricity are included in the rent. Bed linen and towels are included in the rent. Three cars can be parked off-road. There is decking with furniture. Sorry, no pets or smoking allowed. 0.5 mile to a shop and a pub. Please be aware that there are steps leading up to the decking; please use caution. Please keep in mind that the decking is not enclosed; please keep this in mind when booking. There are several on-site amenities, including a luxury spa, a shop, a bar/restaurant, and a golf course (all at extra charge). Please keep in mind that there is no WiFi at this property. Please keep in mind that this property has a £150 Good Housekeeping Bond. Number 48 is fantastic dwelling for an escape to Lincolnshire.

Amenities: Electric central heating. Electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. TV, DVD Player, & free WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for 3 cars. Rear decking with furniture. Sorry, no pets and no smoking. Shop and pub 0.5 mile. Note: There are steps leading up to the decking, please take care. Note: The decking isn't enclosed, please consider this when booking. Note: There are a range of on-site facilities, including: luxury spa, shop, bar/restaurant, golf course (all at extra charge). Note: There is no WiFi at this property. Note: This property has a Good Housekeeping Bond of £150. Please note that short breaks are Friday - Monday or Monday - Friday only.

Region: From rolling countryside to historic cathedral cities and traditional seaside resorts, Lincolnshire offers a peaceful alternative to the discerning holidaymaker.

Town: Louth is a marvellous market town nestled on the outskirts of the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors can make the most of the town and visit Hubbard's Hills for a leisurely stroll through the greenery, learn of the area's past in the Louth Museum, or simply choose one of the many eateries and pubs to stop in for a delectable meal and a pint. With easy access to the east coast and the rural delights of the Wolds, Louth is a fantastic, rural break.

Located in Louth, this lodge is in a rural area and near theme parks. Alford Manor House and Waltham Windmill are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Lincolnshire Wolds and Snipe Dales Country Park. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Market Rasen Racecourse or Skegness Raceway. Discover the area's water adventures with fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with hiking/biking trails, cycling, and horse riding.

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