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14 Log Cabins in Northern Ireland

Discover the joys of Northern Ireland with its stunning, unspoilt landscape: its famous Giants Causeway, beautiful hills and mountains, glorious golden beaches and a commitment to sustainable tourism.

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"the Drum"romantic Cosy Cabin. Spacious With Views 4

Lisburn, County Down, Northern Ireland

From £770 Availability

Get cozy and settle into this
modern rustic space.
Spacious cabin with double tier
decks to avail of countryside views.
Quiet rural location in the grounds
of our home nestled among the
drumlins of Country Down.
Recycled, reclaimed materials
combine with modern creature
comforts to provide a peaceful
retreat just 20 minutes from Belfast
and Lisburn.

Located in Lisburn, this cabin is in a rural area and near theme parks. Barnett's Demesne and Malone House are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Lagan Valley and Redburn Country Park. Traveling with kids? Consider Ulster Museum and Jetpack Adventures. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Belfasts Chic Chalet 4

belfast, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Belfasts Chic Chalet From £525 Availability

Gorgeous cosy chalet perfect for nights in or nights out! Close to Belfast's city centre with plenty of local amenities, with a private gated garden, private parking and stunning views you wont want to leave. We have a bus stop 2 minutes walk which takes you into the heart of Belfast. We are also bang in the centre of the 2 airports that service Belfast (George Best airport & Belfast international). We are right on the door step of Belfast's very own zoo which is 10 minutes walk from our home. Not only are we so close to the zoo we are also 5 minutes drive to Belfast Castle and Cavehill Country Park. We really have everything you need for your stay in Belfast.

This chalet is located in Newtownabbey. Fortwilliam Golf Club and Port of Belfast are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those in the mood for shopping can visit Castle Court Shopping Centre and St. George's Market. Belfast Zoo and Ballysillan Leisure Centre are also worth visiting.

Chalet near Moira, 20 mins Belfast, free WiFI/Parking, super lo 9

Lisburn, County Down, Northern Ireland

Chalet near Moira, 20 mins Belfast, free WiFI/Parking, super lo From £1540 Availability

Welcome to our space, a four bedroomed three bathroomed Chalet with spacious bedrooms and bathrooms for groups of up to 9 guests with a mixture of family rooms, twin or triple rooms to facilitate your unique room configurations and great for multi-generational groups including ground floor bedrooms with ease of access. Excellent, easily found location and accessible for touring Northern Ireland. Belfast being only 20 mins and all the main tourist sites of Northern Ireland within one hour.

The chalet includes oil central heating including inglenook fireplaces with log burning stoves for those cosy nights in.

We have the benefit of being in the food hub of the North with many award winning restaurants/cafes within a short drive. We are close to the Georgian village of Moira with it's array of boutique shops and quaint coffee shops.

Hillsborough Castle is over in the next village and this is the Royal Residence when HRH The Queen visits Northern Ireland. Open now to the public.

Cosy BBQ Hygge Cabin also available to book onsite for group entertaining (seats 12/15)

As hosts, we have great knowledge of Northern Ireland originating from Belfast and Omagh and if help is needed throughout your stay we can assist with tips and ideas.

We enjoy travelling ourselves and want you to get the most out of your trip to our wonderful country.
A warm welcome awaits.

Located in Lisburn, this chalet is in a rural area. The Club Spa and Aberdelghy Golf Course are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Lagan Valley and RSPB Portmore Lough. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Craigavon Golf & Ski Centre or Casement Park. Motor boating and fishing offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with mountain climbing and cycling nearby.

Cosy Log Cabin - views of Scrabo Tower 2

Comber, County Down, Northern Ireland

Cosy Log Cabin - views of Scrabo Tower From £525 Availability

Very private log cabin with stunning views over the countryside. Very convenient to Belfast city and County Down.
Comfortable double bed, electric shower, kitchenette. Amazon firestick projector screen with fast WiFi.

This cabin is located in Newtownards. Knock Golf Club and Clandeboye Golf Course are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those in the mood for shopping can visit Lisburn Road and St. George's Market. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Belfast Oval or Ravenhill Stadium.

Deluxe Holiday Cabin 2

Newry, County Down, Northern Ireland

Deluxe Holiday Cabin From £784 Availability

A fresh modern country cabin with a beautiful countryside view from the front decking area.
Here at Clonlum, we have a trio of luxurious cottages nestled against the magnificent backdrop of Slieve Gullion in a picturesque rural setting close to the bustling city of Newry, and not for from the lively town of Dundalk.
A private, unique location with breath-taking scenery with access to bike trails and hill walking at Slieve Gullion Forest Park.

With unparalleled views of Slieve Gullion, the Mourne Mountains and Slieve Foy to the south, Clonlum Cottages boasts magnificent 360-degree views.

This cabin is located in Newry. Ballymacdermot Cairn and Narrow Water Castle are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Ring of Gullion and Mourne Mountains. Slieve Gullion and Halo Beauty Haven are also worth visiting. Spend some time exploring the area's activities, including birdwatching.

Dovecote Lodge on the 5 star Lough Erne Resort 13

Enniskillen, County Fermanagh, Northern Ireland

Dovecote Lodge on the 5 star Lough Erne Resort From £2093 Availability

Fantastic 4 bedroom Lodge located in the beautiful 5* Lough Erne Resort with the world renowned Faldo Championship golf course and Castle Hume on its doorstep.
Relax and enjoy the natural beauty of Lough Erne with lovely heart warming scenery and gorgeous walks.
With your own private hot tub and BBQ / Fireplace in the garden, perfect to recharge your batteries.
The space
Beautiful 4 bedroom Lodge on the 5* Lough Erne Golf Resort with easy access to the Faldo Championship Golf Course and Castle Hume.
A perfect location to enjoy time with your friends and family.
Relax and enjoy in your own private hot tub and the beautiful surroundings of Lough Erne and only three miles from Enniskillen town.
Guest access
Entire property and gardens.

Located in Enniskillen, this lodge is next to a golf course and on a lake. Cole's Monument and Castle Coole are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Castle Archdale Country Park and Devenish Island.

Forest View Cottage - Private Hot Tub 3

Londonderry, County Londonderry, Northern Ireland

Forest View Cottage - Private Hot Tub From £1001 Availability

Kick back and relax in this calm, stylish space.
Phones off, slippers on and enjoy the peaceful country side. Ideal for couples or small families wanting a relaxing getaway to recharge. This bungalow is warm and cosy & packed with everything you'll need for a perfect stay.
Guest access
Full access and private hot tub
Other things to note
Brand New Listing on Airbnb

Situated in Ballynameen, 21.7 miles from Giants Causeway, Forest View Cottage & Private Hot tub features accommodation with a garden, free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Boasting free private parking, the apartment is in an area where guests can engage in activities such as hiking, windsurfing and cycling.

The apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom, bed linen, towels, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a patio with garden views.

The apartment offers a hot tub. There is a barbecue and a terrace at this property and guests can go fishing nearby.

Guildhall is 29.2 miles from Forest View Cottage & Private Hot tub, while The Diamond is 29.2 miles from the property. The nearest airport is City of Derry Airport, 21.1 miles from the accommodation.
Couples particularly like the location — they rated it 9.7 for a two-person trip.

This chalet is located in Coleraine. Benone Golf Course and Roe Park Golf Club are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those looking for area attractions can visit Moorbrook trout fishery and Barry's Amusements.

Glamping In Style At Seal Cabi 4

Strangford, County Down, Northern Ireland

Glamping In Style At Seal Cabi From £560 Availability

Strangford has been a local favourite with family and friends for many years. Seal Cabin provides the opportunity to unplug from the internet and distractions of television in this secluded spot on the outskirts of Strangford village. The cabin would be described as a bijou seaside bedsit retreat which can sleep up to 4 people. Its open plan living gives views from every room of Strangford Lough and out to the Irish Sea. The cabin has 1 double bed, living space with comfortable sofa bed and cast iron gas stove, compact dining table and chairs, kitchenette and shower room. The kitchenette is small but functional with a refrigerator, counter top oven, portable ceramic hob, sink, toaster, kettle and appropriate kitchenware.
For guests who don’t want to miss their favourite television shows we have a television with built in dvd player. There is also a retro radio with docking station for iphones.
Although the space is bijou it has all the home comforts our guests will need for a relaxing stay. We also have bicycles which our guests can avail of but they do so at their own risk and will be asked to sign a disclaimer if they wish to use them.
There are basic items stored in the cabin for guest use such as bed linen and towels, crockery, utensils, glasses and cooking pots etc. At Seal Cabin we know what it’s like to arrive late afternoon or evening at accommodation and can’t make a cuppa so with this in mind we provide a great selection of teas, coffee, milk and sugar for our guests. Along with individual cereal boxes, free range eggs locally sourced jams and tea/coffee biscuits for our guests use all supplied in a Welcome Pack. We hope this helps our guests settle into Sean Cabin without having to rush to a shop and in return we have a Honesty box which we hope you’ll donate something towards this cost.

The cabin is separate from the main house and located off to the side of the front garden. There is a private entrance as well as on-site parking. There is a patio with outdoor furniture outside the cabin which guests are free to use whilst bearing in mind our neighbours so please be mindful of loud noises after 9.00pm please.

Seal Cabin is located on the Shore Road, just 1.5 miles outside of Strangford village made famous in recent years as one of the filming locations for Game of Thrones. The cabin has clear views of Strangford Lough including non operational lighthouses and out to the coast of the Irish Sea, with views to the Isle of Man on a clear day. The Mourne Mountains nestle to the back of the property.
Strangford village is approximately (3 minute) drive, (20 minute) walk or (10 minute) cycle away with local amenities. The village has 2 small shops; a newsagent’s; a pharmacy, post office and 3 restaurants / bistro, i.e. The Pantry, The Cuan and Lobster Pot. The Cuan, Lobster Pot and local “Hole in the Wall” are all licensed bars, some offer Saturday evening entertainment from local artists strumming a tune on their guitars.

On your Door Step
Walk to the bottom of the lane, approximately 100 yards to a cobble stoned beach were you can see the common and grey seals on Seal Island or partake in some bird watching at Cloghy Rocks Natural Nature Reserve.

What you can see during June to August
• Nesting terns, gulls, cormorants and waders
• Common seals pupping
• Nesting little egret
• Common spotted orchid at Gibbs Island
• Nesting Manx shearwater and Arctic terns on Lighthouse Island
• Common blue butterfly at Kearney
• Yellow-horned poppy flowering at Kearney
• The mild winter climate, sheltered shores and rich feeding all combine to make Strangford Lough the perfect over wintering location for more than 70,000 seabirds that migrate here from northern latitudes. These include over 75% of the entire population of Light Bellied Brent Geese that make the journey from Arctic Canada.
Marine life
• There are over 2000 different types of marine creatures living within Strangford Lough. If you venture down to the shore at low tide, you will be amazed at the diversity of life you can discover lurking within the rock pools. Some of the best shorelines to explore include Ballyhenry Island and Kearney Village.
Marine mammals
• Both Common and Grey Seals can be seen here all year round. The best places to spot them are at Cloghy Rocks and Granagh Bay; on either side of the entrance to the lough. Other marine mammals to keep an eye out for are porpoises and otters. Earlier in the year, a humpback whale swam through the Narrows.
Strangford Sea Safari
Cloghy Rocks Nature Reserve areas home/nature resintro/nature reserves
Kilclief Castle
Nature walks
Castle Ward, National Trust House

Castle Ward is approximately 1.4 miles (3 minutes) by car from Strangford village and is a unique 18th-century mansion set on 820 acres, famed for its mixture of architectural styles with the gothic and classical collide, the mansion rests on a rolling hillside and looks out over the tranquil waters of Strangford Lough in County Down. You can walk or cycle along the Lough trail or through woodlands, spot butterflies, rabbits, ducks and swans. You can canoe on the Lough from Castle Ward, climb and abseil the cliffs and build a raft with Clearsky Adventure
Alternatively step into a fantasy world of castles and dragons as you explore the Georgian farmyard and the Lough shore, film locations for the smash hit television series Game of Thrones.
Finish the day off with a treat from the tearoom or browse the gift shop and second hand bookshop at
Castle Ward is also famous as a film location for Winterfell in the hit television series Game of Thrones . This is where King Robert Baratheon and his men arrive met by the Starks in Season 1. Lots of drama also unfolds in Audley’s Field and Castle by Strangford Lough, visit to explore Robb’s trail – self guided cycling tours provided by Clearsky Adventure Centre in the Castle Ward Estate.
The Quoile River is also a historic site, used as the location of the Twins in the Riverlands
Points of Interest
Alternatively take a drive 1 mile (3 minutes), walk (20 minutes) or cycle (10 minutes) up the shore road to Kilclief beach/cove and Kilclief Castle. You can travel a further 2.9 miles by car (9 minutes), walk (45 minutes) or cycle (30 minutes) to Ballyhornan beach, a beautiful stretch of beach for long lazy afternoon walks. Ballyhornan beach also gives views across to Gun Island which measures approximately 60 acres.
Drive 7.1 miles further up the coast road to Arglass (14 minutes). Coneyisland is only 8.5 miles (18 minutes) from Seal Cabin, which is well known from Van Morrison’s song “Coneyisland” and was the location for the 2011 Oscar winning film “The Shore”
Killough is another example of a lazy village 9.9 miles (22 minutes) by car with local shops, amenities including Castillo restaurant serving daily specials in an eclectic atmosphere
Driving inland you can also visit Downpatrick home to St Patricks grave and St Patricks Cathedral is 10.1 miles away (19 minutes) by car. Downpatrick is the main local shopping town with shops, cafes/restaurants and bars. It has a St Patrick’s tourist centre, Downpatrick Steam Railway, Down Museum, Gallows Hill, Struell Wells and St Patrick’s Monument but to name a few and
Newcastle is a local seaside town only 22.5 miles (43 minutes) by car with a lovely promenade looking out towards the Mourne Moutains
Newcastle is also home to Tollymore Forest Park
Guest Access
You will be given a key with location/ entrance instructions.
Interaction with Guests
You will be in a side garden area to the side of the host’s main residence. Please let us know what would make your stay a comfortable one.
Getting Around
The hosts provide bicycles for guests use (see disclaimer required above). A local bus service runs from Strangford village. There is also the Strangford ferry across to Portaferry town Portaferry which has regular events including a farmers market every Saturday morning. The town has tea rooms, cafes and bars.
House Rules
During your stay we ask that the main guest is at least 18 years old to rent Seal Cabin (proof of ID may be requested, if necessary). NO drugs, NO smoking inside cabin or on the premises (this includes electronic cigarettes). We would appreciate if guests would not have extremely loud music, parties or remove host items from property. Seal Cabin is well insulated and warm for our guests, although another source of heat is the feature cast iron gas stove, please do not leave this device on when unattended / leaving the property.
The host has a black miniature poodle named Curly Wurly who is very placid and friendly but not keen on other animals therefore no pets of any kind allowed.
This is a quiet retreat for unplugging in the countryside close to the beach, so if you are interested in renting a place to party this location is not the property for you. During check-in, please be prepared to provide current identification and agree to house rules.

Located in Downpatrick, this cabin is in a rural area and on the waterfront. St. John's Point Lighthouse and Ballynoe Stone Circle are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Exploris Aquarium and Clearsky Adventure Centre. Downpatrick & County Down Railway and Seaforde Tropical Butterfly House are also worth visiting. Discover the area's water adventures with rafting and sailing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with mountain climbing and mountain biking.

Luxury Cabin with private use of outdoor Hot-tub and views of 3

Killinchy, County Down, Northern Ireland

Luxury Cabin with  private use of outdoor Hot-tub and views of From £700 Availability

The cabin comes fully equipped with central heating, kitchen facilities, 2 tv's and wifi.
The Cabin with private garden, offers private use of outdoor hot tub for you to enjoy views of ballymorran bay and the lough.
Route 99 cycle route is close-by and accompanied by short walking routes. Famous local restaurants Balloo House and Daft Eddies are a short distance away, but not walkable. We recommend bringing your own transport to make the most of the surrounding area during your stay.
A 15 minute drive away is the town of Killyleagh with its own historic castle which has hosted Van Morrison concerts and has been the setting for television dramas
The famous landmarks of Scabo Tower, Rowallane Gardens, Mount Stewart and Castleward are all nearby to explore.

Located in Newtownards, this cabin is by the sea. Down Arts Centre and Down County Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Balmoral Golf Club and Temple Golf and Country Club. Dundonald International Ice Bowl and Battlefield CQB are also worth visiting. Practice your golf swing on a nearby course, or enjoy other activities in the great outdoors, such as cycling in the area.

Luxury Shepherds Hut w/Hot Tub - Lake views and private 2

Donaghadee, County Down, Northern Ireland

Luxury Shepherds Hut w/Hot Tub - Lake views and private From £1260 Availability

Luxury shepherds hut with all the home comforts including a wood fired hot tub over looking your own lake!
Relax in Co Downs stunning countryside on the waters edge.
Only minutes from the sea side town of Donaghadee.

Located in Donaghadee, this cabin is in a rural area and on the waterfront. Donaghadee Harbour and Mount Stewart are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Eddie Irvine Sports and Dundonald International Ice Bowl.

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