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1212 Log Cabins in North of England

Whether it's climbing in the Lake District or a quiet ramble in the Yorkshire Dales the North of England boasts some fabulous countryside and coasts, as well as historically fascinating places like York, Durham and Harrogate, and of course Hadrian's Wall. Stunning castles and great pubs too.

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Whitby Townhouse 8

Whitby, North Yorkshire, North of England

Whitby Townhouse From £1605 Availability

With supreme elegance, incredible style and impressive attention to detail, Whitby Townhouse offers a fantastic, luxurious stay for eight lucky guests and up to two of their furry friends. Located in the very heart of Whitby, rubbing shoulders with Bagdale Hall, the second oldest building in town, Whitby Townhouse enjoys all of the town’s iconic attractions on the doorstep. Its generous rooms are spread over three floors plus you will enjoy a pretty courtyard and summerhouse for alfresco living.

As soon as you arrive at this immaculate, incredibly smart townhouse, you will know you are not going to be disappointed. Whitby Townhouse oozes elegant appeal. It is a traditional townhouse that has been meticulously designed internally to give you an incredibly relaxing stay. Every space is beautiful and the furnishings are sublime. You can sink into the plushest sofa, curl up on sumptuous leather armchair, lie back on a lavish bed and discover serenity and complete relaxation.

Your generous living room is beautifully decorated in pewter and brown tones with gorgeous sofas and chairs, a feature fireplace and a gorgeous mirror. It is a wonderfully social space, perfect for family games or afternoon tea by the fire. The television offers Sky channels. The immaculate kitchen diner offers top notch appliances including a range cooker. The butler sink gleams and the chef in your group will be totally delighted. Even the most discerning of chefs would be impressed. A comfy bench corner seating area around the dining table ensures there is plenty of space for all at mealtimes plus there is another feature fire adding to the charming atmosphere.

The Yorkshire flagstones lead you to your small, private courtyard complete with a cosy, furnished summer house and a barbecue. It is the perfect spot for a breath of fresh air and to enjoy the Whitby sunshine with your furry friends.

The bedrooms are located on the first and second floors, all offering elegance and charm. The master suite at the top of the house is a dreamy space with a characterful ceiling, chandeliers and a sumptuous king-size bed. Its en-suite bathroom is superb with a gorgeous chandelier over the freestanding bath. Two of the other bedrooms enjoy king-size beds and the last offers comfy twins. All of the beds are beautifully dressed in luxury linens and stunning soft furnishings that complement the decor. All bedrooms boast smart televisions with Sky packages. One of the other bedrooms enjoys an immaculate en-suite bathroom and there is a beautiful family bathroom and a downstairs cloakroom. You will just love this little palace! You are even offered a parking permit for your car!

All you need to do next is open your regal front door to discover the delights of Whitby. Apart from the 199 steps to the Gothic abbey, the HMS Endeavour, the Whitby Museum, the famous Magpie Cafe, the beaches, the bustling harbour and the quirky narrow streets are all on your doorstep.

Whitby Townhouse enjoys a prime central position in Whitby, a town that offers something more than your typical coastal seaside resort. Whitby is famous for its connections to Bram Stoker’s Dracula and Captain Cook and boasts a Gothic culture. Its charming, quirky, narrow cobbled streets are brimming with independent shops and numerous eateries and pubs. The majestic ruins of Whitby Abbey overlook the town. There is a monument to Captain James Cook up on West Cliff where he is looking out to sea. You can also visit the Captain Cook Memorial Museum and learn more about his life and time in Whitby.

You should definitely expect to encounter a hill or two in Whitby, not to mention the 199 steps to the abbey and St Mary’s Church. There are plenty of excellent restaurants including the famous Magpie Cafe where you will frequently see queues outside. This renowned quirky restaurant enjoys numerous levels and offers many seafood dishes as well as the delicious, traditional fish and chips.

Visitors enjoy classic seaside fun with crabbing, sandcastle building and walks along the pier, not to mention the amusement arcades. Just along from the main town and harbour you will discover the lovely sandy beaches of Sandsend and Runswick Bay. Sandsend was originally two villages, Sandsend and East Row. There are several delightful cafes for cups of tea and lunches.

The picturesque old fishing village of Robin Hood’s Bay is just six miles south of Whitby . It is very attractive and definitely Instagram worthy with a sandy beach, rock pools, ancient fossils, narrow twisting cobbled streets and alleyways. You can easily imagine the fishermen and smugglers walking the streets hundreds of years ago. It is quite easy to get lost in the little warren of lanes lined with old fisherman’s cottages. Most have now been renovated. The village enjoys a good range of cafes, pubs and restaurants as well as charming, unique shops.

Staithes is also a picture postcard unmissable village, clinging to the hillside and boasting winding cobbled streets, 18th century cottages and characterful pubs. This fabulous coastal village was once one the largest fishing ports in the North East but now it is a wonderful hillside gem perfect for exploring Yorkshire’s cliff top paths and the rock pools on the small sandy beach.

There are many stunning coastal and country walks, cycle paths and 800km of bridleways close to Whitby. You will be amazed at the peaceful and tranquil countryside of the North York Moors National Park.

White Cleugh Pod with hot tub, firepit and BBQ close to Hadrian 4

Brampton, Cumbria, North of England

White Cleugh Pod with hot tub, firepit and BBQ close to Hadrian From £2576 Availability

Hayton is a rural village 3 miles from Brampton in the north east of the Cumbria. There is easy access to Hadrian's Wall, Lake Ullswater, Historic Carlisle and the North East, making it an ideal base from which to explore this much quieter corner of Cumbria. The village inn promises a warm welcome and serves delicious meals. Brampton also has a number of pubs, restaurant and take aways and the County capital, Carlisle is a short drive with facilities to keep old and young alike entertained. The natural beauty spot of Talkin Tarn and Gelt Woods are a short drive and perfect for a romantic walk, or the children will enjoy exploring the woodlands and the play area adjacent to the pods. Hadrian's Wall is close by for walkers and the quieter country roads and rolling countryside is perfect for keen walkers and cyclists or head to the Lake District, only 20 minutes away, to enjoy some mountain hikes and scenery. With three golf courses within easy reach, watersports at Talkin Tarn and pony trekking there really is something for everyone.

These six luxurious pods are located on the owners working farm on a site with panoramic views of the Northern Lake District fells, across to the Solway and then out to South West Scotland. The area is surrounded by peace and tranquillity, perfect for families wanting to reconnect with nature or for couples looking for a romantic ‘get away from it all' break. Each lodge has its own picnic bench and fire pit with some having electric hydrotherapy hot tubs and open views across the countryside to the Lake District fells beyond.

Children stay free, please bring your own bedding for children or we can arrange additional bedding and towels for a small charge.

White Cleugh pod is a luxury lodge style pods with a decked balcony area and 4 person electric hydrotherapy hot tub. The lodge style pod has a kitchen with full size electric fan oven in addition to the microwave, full size fridge and electric hob. Lounge with a sofa bed (suitable for 2 children or 1 adult) overlooking the Smart TV. Each has a double bed and en-suite shower room with heated towel rail. The outdoor balcony decked area has a fire pit and BBQ (upon request) and a further decked area with chairs and there is also a picnic bench and fire pit.


All properties have electric heating, bed linen, dressing gowns and towels. Private patio area with picnic bench, BBQ and firepit. Private parking for 2 cars and secure bike storage can be arranged. The owners can supply BBQs (gas or charcoal), fire pit packs with marshmallows and skewers for a small supplement.

Each pods has a double bed and a small double sofa bed and can sleep 2 adults and 2 children or 3 adults.

This cabin is located in Brampton. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Northumberland National Park and North Pennines, while Solway Aviation Museum and The Sands Centre are cultural highlights. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Brunton Park or Eden Rock.

White Cross Bay Holiday Park, Troutbeck bridge. A591 4

Windermere, Cumbria, Cumbria, North of England

White Cross Bay Holiday Park,  Troutbeck bridge. A591 From £1148 Availability

This beautiful 2 Bedroom Holiday Lodge is in the perfect location right on the waters edge. This superbly equipped and beautifully presented boutique lodge offers stunning 2 bedrooms to sleep 4 people. Stunning open plan living area with with wall mounted TV And direct WiFi to lodge And Sky Tv Fully equipped kitchen with built in fridge freezer, oven and microwave integrated washer and dryer. There is a central island with built in wine cooler. There,s a south facing outside seating area perfect for you relaxation. This beautiful holiday lodge is perfect for a weekend or week treat or a family get together. The property is located on the popular resort of White Cross Bay, Holiday Park.

Located in Windermere, this lodge is on the waterfront. Old Laundry Theatre and Armitt Museum and Gallery are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Treetop Trek and Holehird Gardens. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Ambleside Climbing Wall or Parkside Road. Discover the area's water adventures with jet skiing and water skiing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with hiking/biking trails and mountain climbing.

Whitemire Pod, Bowness on Solway with hot tub, close to beach a 2

Bowness-on-Solway, Cumbria, North of England

Whitemire Pod, Bowness on Solway with hot tub, close to beach a From £1246 Availability

The village of Bowness on Solway is best known for being located at the start (or end) of Hadrian's Wall in an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Located on the shores of the Solway Coast in the Moricambe Bay the area is a haven for the local bird life making the sand dunes, salt marsh, shingle beds and peat mosses their home. There are viewpoints for spotting waders, curlew, golden and grey plover, lapwings and many more birds scattered along the shoreline. Guests looking for a relaxing away from it all holiday but within easy reach of city life and national parks opt to stay here. The village itself has a tea room, village pub and bistro. Carlisle is within half an hours drive, the Lake District is within an hours drive and the Victorian coastal village of Silloth is within half an hour.

Nestled on the edge of the village, in a quiet location in the grounds of the owners bed and breakfast these 5 glamping pods are perfect for a break away at any time of year. Whitemire Pod has its own wood fired hot tub (£60 per booking surcharge), communal parking and outside seating.

Whitemire pod has electric heating and is fully equipped to enjoy a peaceful break away at any time of year. The comfy sofa overlooks the TV and can convert to a double bed. The kitchen has electric oven, hob and fridge with complimentary tea and coffee. There is a comfy double bed with linen and towels provided and en-suite shower room with hand basin and WC.

All electric, bed linen and towels included. Sofa bed for 2 children. Parking for 1 car. Shared use of the garden area with private picnic table and private Hot tub (supplement of £60 per stay)

This cabin is located in Wigton. Carlisle Guildhall and The Sands Centre are cultural highlights, and travelers looking to shop may want to visit Silloth Sunday Market and Green Market. Knoxwood Wildlife Rescue and Magic Castle are also worth visiting.

Whitemoor Lodge 2

Salterforth, Lancashire, North of England

Whitemoor Lodge From £472 Availability

The open-plan studio layout includes a king-size bed, freestanding bath, sitting with Smart TV and open fire and dining area. There is a separate kitchen housing an electric oven and halogen hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment. Serving the bedroom is a shower room. To the outside is a veranda with seating, picnic and barbecue and off-road parking for one car. Within 1.5 miles there is a shop and within 1.4 miles there is a pub. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. This property does accept pets but sorry, no smoking. Whitemoor Lodge is a fantastic escape, whatever time of year. Note: Fishing rights and use of the boat included. Note: There are 25 steps down the lodge

WHITEMOOR LODGE, pet friendly, with open fire in Salterforth 2

Barnoldswick, Lancashire, North of England

WHITEMOOR LODGE, pet friendly, with open fire in Salterforth From £1092 Availability

Whitemoor Lodge in Salterforth, Lancashire can sleep two people in one bedroom.

The open-plan studio layout includes a king-size bed, freestanding bath, sitting with Smart TV and open fire and dining area. There is a separate kitchen housing an electric oven and halogen hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment. Serving the bedroom is a shower room. To the outside is a veranda with seating, picnic and barbecue and off-road parking for one car. Within 1.5 miles there is a shop and within 1.4 miles there is a pub. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. This property does accept pets but sorry, no smoking. Whitemoor Lodge is a fantastic escape, whatever time of year. Note: Fishing rights and use of the boat included. Note: There are 25 steps down the lodge

Amenities: Gas oil central heating. Electric oven and halogen hob, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment. Smart TV, WiFi. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off-road parking for 1 car. Veranda with seating, picnic area and large barbecue. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 1.5 miles, pub 1.4 miles. Note: Whitemoor Lodge is situated within the grounds of Whitemoor Estate, which is a working estate with surrounding working farmland. There may at times be ongoing maintenance works within the grounds. This will not impact upon on your stay at the lodge as it remains completely private and secluded. Note: Fishing rights included. Note: There are 25 steps down the lodge. Note: (firelighters, kindling, logs and coal are provided on an honesty basis of £10 per night). Note: Dogs are not allowed on any furniture or beds

Region: Benefitting from its Georgian capital city Lancaster, popular for its tourist attractions of Lancaster Castle, Williamson Park and the wonderful Way of the Roses cycling route, Lancashire offers a range of hidden gems you won't want to miss. With Blackpool close-by, you won't be short of things to do with Blackpool Pleasure Beach, Blackpool Tower, the SEA LIFE centre and its 32-acre Zoo.

Town: In the Lancashire Borough of Pendle is the little community of Salterforth. The Anchor Inn, a well-liked pub, is located inside the village. A convenience store is also available for picking up necessities. For those who enjoy the outdoors, there are many beautiful walking and cycling trails in the area. There are also many attractions to check off the list: take the kids to Thornton Hall Country Park where they can participate in a variety of activities; visit the Bancroft Mill Engine Museum to learn about the workings of a steam engine; or climb Weets Hill to be rewarded with stunning valley views.

Located in Barnoldswick, this lodge is on a lake. Langroyd Country Park and Alice Nutter Statue reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include Thornton Hall Farm Country Park and Wallace Hartley Memorial. SMJ Falconry and Cronkshaw Fold Farm are also worth visiting. Be sure not to miss outdoor adventures like rock climbing, hiking, and cycling.

Whorlton Lodge 4

Stokesley, North Yorkshire, North of England

Whorlton Lodge From £275 Availability

Whorlton Lodge is an attractive lodge, set within the owners' land, in the small hamlet of Potto, just over six miles from the town of Stokesley and can sleep four people in one king-size double bedroom with en-suite and one twin room. There is a family bathroom. The rest of the property contains an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. To the outside there is off road parking for two cars and an enclosed lawned garden with decked area and furniture. Whorlton Lodge is ideally placed for those looking to explore both the Yorkshire Dales and the North Yorkshire Moors National Parks.

William's Hide 3

Haltwhistle, Northumberland, North of England

William's Hide From £352 Availability

William's Hide is a sheperd's hut located in the Northumberland town of Haltwhistle. It has open plan studio accommodation with a triple bunk and a shower room, it can sleep three people. Also inside there is a kitchenette, a dining area and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. To the outside sits off road parking for one car and a decking with furniture. William's Hide is a quaint little property in the ideal spot for a peaceful break.

WILLIAM'S HIDE, pet friendly, with open fire in Haltwhistle 3

Haltwhistle, Northumberland, North of England

WILLIAM'S HIDE, pet friendly, with open fire in Haltwhistle From £553 Availability

A sheperd's hut based in the town of Haltwhistle in Northumberland that can sleep three people in one bedroom.

William's Hide is a sheperd's hut located in the Northumberland town of Haltwhistle. It has open plan studio accommodation with a triple bunk and a shower room, it can sleep three people. Also inside there is a kitchenette, a dining area and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. To the outside sits off road parking for one car and a decking with furniture. William's Hide is a quaint little property in the ideal spot for a peaceful break.

Amenities: Heating from woodburning stove only. Electric 2 ring hob, fridge, TV with Freeview, WiFi. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Off road parking for 1 car. Decked area with furniture. One well-behaved dog welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop and pub 8 mins walk. Note: Triple bunk is in open plan living space and accessed from one side only. Note: Property accessed via four open-tread steps. Note: Heating is from the woodburning stove only and the only cooking equipment available is a 2 ring hob.
Please note this property accepts 1 well behaved dog of Labrador size or smaller.

Region: Northumberland is a heady combination of fishing villages, market towns, sandy beaches, magnificent castles and historic Hadrian’s Wall, tied together by beautiful countryside and abundant wildlife.

Town: The small market town of Haltwhistle is a vibrant place, offering a wide range of shops and other amenities. Home to The Black Bull – a proper, old fashioned pub, serving quality food and real ale – the village is a welcoming place to return to following a day of walking, pony trekking or cycling. With the Pennine Way and other great cycle routes and Bridleways running nearby, it's easy to enjoy this stunning scenery, which boasts dramatic castles, surging rivers and beautiful forests. Those interested in the country's history are sure to enjoy a visit to one of the best preserved stretches of Hadrian's Wall, only a mile north of the village, and with an ongoing dig on the site of Vindolanda, it's easy to get in touch with the nation's past. If history isn't your cup of tea, then there is a regular train and bus service in to Newcastle and Carlisle, meaning that you can leave your car behind and enjoy the nightlife the big cities have to offer.

This lodge is located in Haltwhistle. Great Chesters Fort and Thirlwall Castle are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Northumberland National Park and North Pennines. Explore all the area has to offer with hiking and cycling.

Willow Lodge 6

Troutbeck Bridge, Cumbria, North of England

Willow Lodge From £368 Availability

Willow Lodge is a detached lodge situated in Troutbeck Bridge, near Windermere in the Lake District. Hosting three bedrooms; a double with en-suite bathroom, and two twin rooms, along with a main bathroom, this property can sleep up to six people. Inside there is an open-plan living space comprising of a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. There is off-road parking for two cars, and a decking area with outdoor seating. Willow Lodge is a lovely property to spend time with your family, close to Windermere and the natural wonders of the Lake District.

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