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2071 Log Cabins in South West of England

Think rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, great surf and sparkling blue seas, the wild moors of Dartmoor to the Somerset Levels and the dramatic Cheddar Gorge, the South West has plenty to offer. With a lively arts scene, great local food and walking and cycling opportunities galore.

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LILY, pet friendly, with hot tub in Ashwater 6

Lifton, Devon, South West of England

LILY, pet friendly, with hot tub in Ashwater From £1148 Availability

Lily rests in Broadwoodwidger near Ashwater and can sleep six in three bedrooms.

This single-storey lodge has three bedrooms, a double with en-suite shower room, and two twins, along with a bathroom. The open-plan living space has a kitchen with electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler, a breakfast bar for two, a dining table for six, and a sitting area with Smart TV and radio with Bluetooth speaker. Outside, there is a patio garden with furniture, hot tub and barbecue stand, and off-road parking for three cars. Within 4.9 miles, there is a shop, and within 0.1, a pub. One well-behaved dog is welcome, however, smoking is not allowed. WiFi, fuel, power, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. Guests must bring their own barbecue for the stand, disposable barbecues only. This property does not accept stag/hen parties or similar. Escape to rural Devon with a holiday at Lily.

Amenities: Gas central heating. Electric oven, gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, dishwasher, wine cooler. TV, Smart TV, WiFi, radio with iPod dock. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Highchair and travel cot available on request. Off-road parking for 2 cars. Patio garden with furniture, hot tub and barbecue stand. One well-behaved pet welcome. Sorry, no smoking. Shop 4.9 miles, pub 0.1 miles. Note: Guests must bring their own barbecue for the stand, disposable barbecues only. Note: This property does not accept stag/hen parties or similar

Region: Devon, with its quiet country lanes, patchwork of lush green fields and sleepy villages is not to be missed. Stately home lovers will be spoiled and why not finish with a scrumptious Devonshire cream tea?

Town: Ashwater is a lovely town in West Devon's beautiful and undulating countryside. The village and surrounding area is popular with travellers seeking a true sense of country living. Roadford Lake with its sailing, fishing and visitor centre is 4 miles away, while Bude with its rolling surf, nightlife and sandy beaches is 20 miles away. The RHS Rosemoor Garden, Dartington Glass Factory, and the craggy tors and wide vistas of Dartmoor are all within 40 minutes of each other. If you're travelling to Dartmoor, don't miss the breath-taking Belstone and Sticklepath villages. Those wanting a true rural experience apart from contemporary life need look no further.

Located in Lifton, this lodge is in a rural area and on a lake. Launceston Steam Railway and Lawrence House Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at Launceston Golf Club and Eastcott Vineyard. Dingles Fairground Heritage Centre and Trethorne Leisure Park are also worth visiting. Fishing offers a great chance to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cycling and hiking/biking trails nearby.

Lime Kiln 2

Blagdon, Avon, South West of England

Lime Kiln From £315 Availability

The living space includes a kitchen with range cooker with 2-ring hob, fridge, kettle, woodburning stove, dining seating and a sofa. There is a double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. To the outside is a veranda with bench and off-road parking for one car. Fuel, power, bed linen and towels are included in rent. This property is does not accept pets or smoking. Within 2.5 miles there is a shop and pub. Lime Kiln is a romantic dwelling, well-placed for accessing the delights of Somerset.

LIME KILN, pet friendly, with open fire in Blagdon 2

Bristol, Avon, South West of England

LIME KILN, pet friendly, with open fire in Blagdon From £504 Availability

Lime Kiln near Blagdon, Somerset can sleep two people in one bedroom.

The living space includes a kitchen with range cooker with 2-ring hob, fridge, kettle, woodburning stove, dining seating and a sofa. There is a double bedroom with en-suite shower, basin and WC. To the outside is a veranda with bench and off-road parking for one car. Fuel, power, bed linen and towels are included in rent. This property is does not accept pets or smoking. Within 2.5 miles there is a shop and pub. Lime Kiln is a romantic dwelling, well-placed for accessing the delights of Somerset.

Amenities: Woodburning stove. 2-ring hob, cool box, kettle. Fuel, power and starter pack for stove inc in rent. Bed linen and towels inc in rent. Electric car charging point. Off-road parking for 1 car. One well-behaved dog welcome. Veranda with bench. Communal outdoor space with seating. On-site washing machine, dryer and freezer with ice packs for cool box. Sorry, no smoking. On-site honesty shop. Shop and pub 2.5 miles. Note: This property does not have mains electric or any 3-pin plug sockets, it instead offers USB power sourced

Region: Somerset offers 3 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty - the Quantock, Mendip and Blackdown Hills. Lose yourself in the glory of nature, take a ride on a steam train, visit a traditional farmers’ market or explore your mystical side at Glastonbury.

Town: The Mendip Hills AONB's northernmost village and civil parish is called Blagdon. It is very interesting and has at least 17 listed buildings, including a church from the fifteenth century. There are two pubs, two convenience stores, and a café available as amenities. The fishing-friendly Blagdon Lake is northeast of the settlement, and the Organic Gardens and a Yeo Valley dairy with a café are also close by. The Mendip Hills are a picturesque walking and cycling destination that should not be missed. There is undoubtedly something in the neighbourhood to suit every taste, including a traditional day at the beach in Weston-super-Mare. The spectacular cities of Bristol and Bath, which are both only 12 miles apart, are also close by and well worth a visit because they include stunning architecture as well as a wide range of first-rate services and activities to keep you busy while you're there.

Located in Bristol, this lodge is in a rural area. International Helicopter Museum and Lake Village Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's landmarks include King John's Hunting Lodge and Wells Bishop's Palace. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at Somerset Speedway or Ashton Gate Stadium. Be sure not to miss outdoor adventures like hiking/biking trails and cycling.

Little Barn 2

Wincanton, Somerset, South West of England

Little Barn From £337 Availability

Little Barn is a charming all-ground-floor dwelling resting in the idyllic village of Cucklington, near Wincanton in Somerset. There is one double bedroom, accompanied by a shower room, making the property suitable to sleep up to two people. The cottage also has an open-plan living space with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area. The cottage also benefits from a front patio with furniture and off-road parking. Little Barn is the perfect property for a couple seeking a rural escape to Somerset.

Little Breoke 2

Lostwithiel, Cornwall, South West of England

Little Breoke From £358 Availability

This lodge cottage rests in Lostwithiel and can sleep two people in one bedrooms.

Little Hideaway 8

Whitelackington, Ilminster, Somerset, South West of England

Little Hideaway From £3009 Availability

Nestled within the serene expanse of the magnificent 3000 acre Dillington Estate, Little Hideaway stands as a testament to heritage and contemporary luxury. Once serving as the financial nerve center of the estate, this former cottage has undergone a remarkable metamorphosis, emerging as a resplendent sanctuary harmonising opulence, superb comfort and character with its breathtaking surroundings. It is the perfect bolthole for a spot of switch off for families or groups of friends.

This enchanting holiday home beckons those seeking solace in the embrace of nature and elegance. Boasting four enchanting en-suite bedrooms, each meticulously designed and adorned, Little Hideaway exudes an air of sophistication and comfort. The ground floor bedrooms offer versatility, with the option to configure them as twin beds or lavish super-king doubles. The bedrooms pamper guests with indulgent touches such as sumptuous mattresses, plush cloud-like mattress toppers, exquisite 400-thread-count cotton bedding and sumptuously lavish drapes. Soft bathrobes, fine body-wash and invigorating shampoos await in the pristine, beautifully designed bathrooms, ensuring a pampering retreat. Two of the bathrooms come with walk-in showers, another with a bath and overhead shower and the last with a gorgeous freestanding slipper bath.

The heart of the home unfolds in a loft-style, open-plan kitchen and dining area. Sunlight dances through bi-fold doors, seamlessly merging the interior with the spectacular manicured garden. Every element of the design of Little Hideaway has been created to work in unison with the concept of indoor, outdoor living. A spectacle of culinary delight is curated with modern amenities including a Nespresso coffee machine, a fan-assisted oven, a dishwasher and a spacious induction hob. This is a seriously sociable space with a breakfast bar, dining table and trendy accent chairs. The ceiling beams create a wonderfully inviting ambience. There is a separate utility room for your laundry. Just across the landing is the characterful, tranquil living room with its gorgeous ceiling beams, lavish sofas, beautiful modern artworks and feature fireplace. Its a great place to snuggle up and relax or disappear to with the Sunday newspapers and a mug of steaming tea. Little Hideaway comes with a giant retractable smart television, a bluetooth soundbar in the living room and a bluetooth DAB radio in the kitchen so that you can relax along to your favourite tunes.

The elegance of dining extends outdoors into the enchanting garden, where an alfresco dining table and charcoal barbecue set the stage on a south-facing terrace for memorable feasts under the twilight sky. An outdoor sofa is the perfect spot for pre-dinner drinks and planning your Somerset and Devon adventures while a fire-pit extends the evening's embrace. The pièce de résistance, a wood-fired hot tub, offers relaxation accompanied by sweeping views of the orchard and woodland.

Engagement with the surroundings is effortless, with Dillington Estate's verdant parkland at the doorstep. Wanderers will find their wanderlust satiated by miles of footpaths through the Somerset countryside right from the doorstep of Little Hideaway. A farm shop, a minute’s walk away, stands ready to supply gourmet provisions, artisanal delights and fresh barista coffee. Quaint pubs dot the vicinity beckoning with their own culinary journeys.

Dillington Estate, a tapestry of over 3,000 acres, echoes with the legacy of farming. Its rhythms have endured across generations, with tenant farmers preserving the land's spirit and three hundred and fifty milking cows enjoying the home grown gass and maize. At Little Hideaway, tradition and modernity dance harmoniously, inviting guests to relax, unwind and spend time with their loved ones. The estate’s Cider Barn is an excellent rustic venue for events, weddings and parties.

Little Hideaways's allure is further enriched by its proximity to cultural treasures. Dillington House and Barrington House invite exploration, while the nearby Dennis Chinaworks in Shepton Beauchamp and local cider producers offer tantalising glimpses into craftsmanship and tradition. The siren call of Lyme Regis' Jurassic coastline and the Hauser and Wirth gallery near Bruton is but a short journey away.

Little Hideaway sits within 3000 acreas of Dillington's parkland. Without leaving the estate, you can enjoy fabulous walks, beautiful scenery and much wildlife. The pretty tapestry of neighbouring towns and villages invites further exploration.

In close proximity, the regal Dillington House and the National Trust's Barrington House stand as testaments to history, their gardens unfolding for your delight. Montacute House is just a short drive away, a splendid Elizabethan mansion where you can immerse yourself in history as you stroll through its opulent rooms, marvel at its architecture and lose yourself in its meticulously landscaped gardens. Ham Hill Country Park is another nearby wonder where you can explore an expansive country park that offers panoramic views, meandering trails and beautiful spots for picnics and wildlife spotting. The Iron Age hill fort and the charming village of Stoke-sub-Hamdon are also nearby. Just a stone's throw away lies the Dennis Chinaworks in Shepton Beauchamp, a haven of tea rooms and artisanal craftsmanship that beckons the curious.

The wonderful Glastonbury is steeped in legend and spirituality. You can climb Glastonbury Tor for panoramic views, explore the ruins of Glastonbury Abbey and peruse quirky shops offering crystals, esoteric literature, and local crafts.

Cheddar Gorge and Caves offer dramatic landscapes where towering limestone cliffs and ancient caves create a mesmerising backdrop. Visitors enjoy exploring the enchanting underground chambers and learning about the area's geological and archaeological significance.

Wells is the smallest city in England. It boasts a magnificent cathedral with stunning architecture and intricate carvings. The Bishop's Palace and its serene gardens provide an oasis of tranquility.

Wookey Hole Caves offers a subterranean world of underground chambers, prehistoric remains and an assortment of attractions, including a museum, a mirror maze, and a life-sized model of a woolly mammoth.

Another delightful afternoon trip is to the lovely Forde Abbey and Gardens. Forde Abbey is a former Cistercian monastery turned stately home. You will love exploring the splendid, colourful gardens, including a stunning walled garden, a tranquil lake and a seriously high water fountain.

Aviation enthusiasts can head to the Fleet Air Arm Museum in Yeovilton, which showcases a remarkable collection of aircraft and exhibits related to the Royal Navy's Fleet Air Arm.

Just forty minutes south takes you to the wonderful seaside resort of Lyme Regis with the Jurassic coastline unfurling its secrets. The Jurassic Coast unveils ancient tales in its dramatic cliffs and fossil-rich shores, showcasing 185 million years of Earth's history through stunning geological formations and fossils.

Little Jack's 4

Callington, Cornwall, South West of England

Little Jack's From £383 Availability

Little Jack's is a well-appointed single storey cottage situated on Honicombe Manor Holiday Park, which enjoys the Cornwall/Devon border in the Tamar Valley. It boasts to bedrooms; a king-size double and a twin, sleeping four altogether. There is also a bathroom and an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Roadside parking as well as a garden area with picnic table. Little Jack's promises a refreshing break, with so much to explore in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

LITTLE JACK'S, pet friendly, country holiday cottage in Calling 4

Callington, Cornwall, South West of England

LITTLE JACK'S, pet friendly, country holiday cottage in Calling From £749 Availability

This lovely single storey cottage rests peacefully within Honicombe Manor Park near Callington and can sleep four people in two bedrooms.

Little Jack's is a well-appointed single storey cottage situated on Honicombe Manor Holiday Park, which enjoys the Cornwall/Devon border in the Tamar Valley. It boasts to bedrooms; a king-size double and a twin, sleeping four altogether. There is also a bathroom and an open-plan living room with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Roadside parking as well as a garden area with picnic table. Little Jack's promises a refreshing break, with so much to explore in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Amenities: Electric heating. Oven, hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer, Smart TV, WiFi, selection of books and games. Fuel and power inc. in rent. Bed linen and towels inc. in rent. Travel cot and highchair available. Private decking area with picnic bench. Roadside parking. Two well-behaved dogs welcome. Sorry, no smoking. On-site shop and pub 5 minute walk. Note: Guests have access to on-site facilities such as indoor and outdoor heated swimming pools, tennis courts, kids playground and bar. Note: This property has a private water supply which is tested regularly. Note: Seasonal opening times may apply to all facilities. Note: Outdoor pool is open from mid May - mid September (weather dependant)

Region: Cornwall’s visitors are constantly tempted back to the beautiful coastline, tiny fishing villages, hidden coves and the world-class surfing. Whatever the reason, Cornwall has long cemented its place as one of Britain’s premier holiday destinations.

Town: Callington is a Cornish market town, rich in mining heritage and overlooked by Kit Hill, the highest point in the area, donated to the people of Cornwall by Prince Charles to celebrate the birth of Prince William. From the top of Kit Hill there are fabulous views across south-east Cornwall as far as Plymouth Sound. Callington is set in the heart of the Tamar Valley, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and offers a good selection of shops, inns and cafes, as well as being the home of Ginsters Cornish pasties. A few miles away, the quaint village of Calstock clings to the steep banks of the river Tamar and is dominated by the splendid Calstock Railway Viaduct, a giant 11-arched stone construction supporting one of Britain’s most picturesque branch lines running through the Tamar Valley. Other interesting places along the river are Cotehele, a beautiful historic house and gardens owned by the National Trust with a small quay and inn, and Morwhellam Quay, a theme park that staged a living history production for the BBC and where visitors can explore the rich mining heritage and watch blacksmiths, potters and craftsmen at work. The pannier market town of Tavistock is only nine miles from Callington and is well worth a visit on your way to a day’s walk on Dartmoor. A splendid base to explore south Cornwall and West Devon.

Located in Gunnislake, this lodge is near theme parks. Calstock Arts Centre and Limekiln Gallery are cultural highlights, and some of the area's activities can be experienced at St. Mellion Golf Club and Tavistock Golf Club. Traveling with kids? Consider Country Cheeses and Launceston Steam Railway. Discover the area's water adventures with fishing nearby, or enjoy the great outdoors with rock climbing, hiking/biking trails, and horse riding.

Little Orchard Lodge 2

Goonhavern, Cornwall, South West of England

Little Orchard Lodge From £322 Availability

Little Orchard Lodge is a superb lodge located in Goonhavern, Cornwall. Inside has an open-plan studio-style living room with a fitted kitchen and dining area with a king-size bed. There is also a separate family shower room. Outside has a decking area with furniture and a hot tub. Off-road parking is available for two cars. Little Orchard Lodge is the place to visit for its grand walks and sightseeing opportunities.

Little Petherick Coach House 10

Little Petherick, Cornwall, South West of England

Little Petherick Coach House From £2070 Availability

A modern masterpiece that beautifully combines original features with contemporary comforts, Little Petherick Coach House is a newly renovated three-story home just outside the quaint town of Padstow.

As you arrive at the house, electric wooden gates welcome you and lead onto your private driveway, giving you a grand welcome to an unforgettable stay! Inside, you are met be the cosy and warm lounge, with several comfy sofas in front of the large log fire. Throughout the cottage you will find many of its original features including ceiling beams and archways, creating a rustic and charming aesthetic, alongside a fabulous array of modern amenities and styles! Beside the warm and welcoming lounge is the large kitchen with an original pantry and space for several chefs and state-of-the-art appliances which truly make cooking a dream. The spacious dining area beside this has a beautiful dining table to seat ten and patio doors allowing the warm, natural light to flood the room and creates a magnificent environment for the perfect get-together! A hidden games room above the garage with a pool tables and Wii console is great for entertaining the kids and big kids alike!

There are five sumptuous bedrooms across the first and second floors, offering a slice of peace, space and privacy, with fresh, lively designs and supremely comfortable facilities. There are five king size beds, two of which can be prepared as twin beds, several rooms even including an ensuite bathroom. The master suite even features a stunning glass balcony with slate flooring and breath-taking country views and even a glimpse of Padstow’s estuary. With a Double Omni Tub in the first-floor family bathroom, you can soak away your worries and relax in style!

And finally, step into your large enclosed garden for an idyllic piece of serenity and breath-taking Cornish country views! A huge open patio is fantastic for enjoying alfresco dining, sun-bathing and simply relaxing in the fresh sea-side air! With so much space both inside and out, the home is perfect for large family gatherings, complete with a coal fired barbeque and ideally set up for entertaining!

This magnificent rural retreat with effortless coastal access is a stone’s throw from the quaint town of Padstow, where you’ll find several shops, cafés and the beautiful sea. 

Huge skies, glistening beaches and wild flower-strewn clifftops are rightfully the lasting images of Cornwall, and its warm climate, amazing scenery, and diverse Celtic heritage, including the arts and its enormous wealth of archaeology, certainly justifies the fierce pride of its people.

Famous for its water-sports, in particular surfing and sailing, Cornwall also offers an incredible rock-climbing scene, off-road cycling (including the 18 mile ‘Camel Trail’ following the scenic estuary of the river Camel) and of course, walking. The South West Coast Path, which runs for hundreds of miles along the West Country southern coastline, is particularly scenic around Penwith and the Lizard in the far south-west, venturing through vibrant towns, remote cliffs, beaches, farms and fishing villages. Another incredible walking path is the 125-mile Cornish Celtic Way, mapped by a local 55-year-old clergyman, which will show you a wilder, even more romantic side of this luscious county.

Be sure to try a Cornish pasty and delicious sweet Saffron buns, and of course a little Cornish Clotted cream and Ice Cream! And for a local tipple, the three major breweries of St Austell, Sharps and Skinners serve excellent beer in pubs throughout the county, and because of its mild climate Cornwall has a number of vineyards producing delicious wine, and is even known for its production of honey wine!

Though the magic of the county really happens in the rural Cornish landscape, there are many enchanting towns in Cornwall. Some famous ones include: Bude with its excellent beaches, first class surfing and laidback, relaxed vibe on the north coast; Newquay, the surfing capital of the UK, and; St Ives, the home of one branch of the Tate Gallery, with white sand beaches and crystal-clear turquoise waters.

If you must visit a city (for a little retail therapy, or perhaps to see a show) the only one in the county is Truro, with High Tea at Charlotte's offering an unmissable experience, in a charming Victorian building serving Cornish-grown tea! There are two covered markets, one of which sells eco/organic products, and on Saturday mornings there’s a great farmers' market on the piazza where you can find local produce.

To get in, there are ever-improving roads and trains running right through to Penzance in the far south-west of the county, as well as Cornwall Airport Newquay (NQY) about 5 miles from Newquay, or a 30-40-minute drive from Truro. The nearby airports of Exeter (EXT) and Bristol (BRS) offer a wider range of flights than Newquay and will usually be significantly cheaper. Car hire is available at all three airports.

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