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2649 Log Cabins with a nearby beach in the UK

The UK has a huge number of beaches, but for most of us a day on the beach involves a long drive with lots of traffic if the sun is shining. So how nice would it be to stay in a log cabin where the beach is on your doorstep, or at least just over that hill? Log cabins usually have a nice verandah where you can leave out the windbreak, body boards or wetsuits, or just the buckets and spades. After all the kids will want to use them all again tomorrow! The log cabins below have beaches close by.

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Pier Lodge 10

Southwold, Suffolk, East of England

Pier Lodge From £1244 Availability

Southwold Pier Area - It is often said that nothing changes in Southwold. However, the much-acclaimed pier was rebuilt in 2001 and was the first to be constructed in England in over fifty years. It now fits in well with the painted beach huts, promenade and colourful flowerbeds. There is a shop, cafes and an alternative amusement arcade there. The selection of properties' hereabouts makes it an ideal location to stay in Southwold if you require quiet accommodation that is also close to the beach, town centre and the many footpaths across the marshes leading you to the less explored areas of the town.

Pier Lodge is an exceptional property located in a fantastic position just a stone's throw from the Beach. The property has been designed with self catering holidays in mind offering an en-suite bathroom or shower room to each bedroom.  Shop: 300 yds  Pub: 250 yds.

Ground Floor:
Sitting Room with large flat screen TV, DVD, Freeview and real flame gas fire
Kitchen with gas range cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer
Conservatory with table and chairs
Cloakroom with washbasin and w.c.

First and Second Floors:
Bedroom 1 with a king-size bed and En-Suite Bathroom with modern roll top bath, shower cubicle, washbasin and w.c.
Bedroom 2 with a double bed and En-Suite Bathroom with bath, over-bath shower, washbasin and w.c.
Bedroom 3 with twin beds and En-suite Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and w.c.
Bedroom 4 with twin beds and En-suite Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and w.c.
Bedroom 5 with a double bed and En-suite Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and w.c.

Garden: Large enclosed rear garden with table and chairs
Parking: Off-road for two cars.
Heating: Gas central heating.
Pets: One well-behaved pet by arrangement and should be kept downstairs at all times.
Notes: A hairdryer is provided to each bedroom. Internal access to the garage only. Cot and High chair are available but must be booked well in advance. Christmas and New Year weeks are £2100.

Landscove House 16

Ashburton, Devon, South West of England

Landscove House From £4838 Availability

Landscove House is a phenomenal Grade II listed manor house that sits proudly in a stunning country estate in Devon’s glorious South Hams in the village of Landscove. This spectacular manor house sleeps sixteen guests in eight luxurious bedroom suites. Also located on the estate are The Barns, the restored dairy buildings that now provide exquisite boutique accommodation for a further twelve guests across six gorgeous cottages and suites. If you wanted to invite extra guests, then you can also book The Barns. There are sofabeds in each of the barn cottages sleeping extra guests too!

Landscove House is such a fabulous place for a celebration, family get together or a corporate event. It is little wonder that weddings are popular when marquees can be put up in the meadow and the estate boasts an outstanding glass roofed barn that can seat up to one hundred and eighty guests. Guests staying in the house are thoroughly indulged with lavish living spaces, Italian marble-clad bathrooms boasting egg-shaped freestanding baths, showers and Molton Brown toiletries, beautifully dressed exquisite beds, and gorgeous grounds. The grounds boast an idyllic pool, a lake and a stream, all within several hundred acres of sensational countryside. There are plenty of catering options for guests including delicious breakfasts and fine dining and the list of activities and excursions is endless.

Landscove House enjoys a privileged position just three miles from Dartmoor and only eight miles from the coast. The pretty Devon town of Buckfastleigh is very close by with its excellent cafes, restaurants, shops and the wonderful South Devon Railway where you can take a steam train along the beautiful River Dart valley to Totnes. Among the popular nearby attractions are Buckfast Abbey, Totnes Rare Breeds Farm, Agatha Christie’s Greenway House, Dartinghall Garden, Becky Falls on Dartmoor and the wonderful seaside towns of Paignton, Salcombe, Torquay, Brixham, Hope Cove, Slapton and Dartmouth. In between those, there are beautiful villages, miles of fabulous walking territory and lots of river adventures.

Surrounded by glorious countryside, Landscove House was originally built in approximately 1840. It has been beautifully and sympathetically restored and refurbished to offer luxurious living spaces and bedrooms whilst retaining its character and stunning nods from the past. With opulent yet somewhat minimalist styling, the bedrooms offer an air of elegance and dreamy romantic appeal whilst the living spaces are richer in colour and energy. All of the spaces have been designed with space and entertainment in mind. In addition to the manor house and barns, the estate boasts a converted ‘Nissen Hut’ from the second world war, the Dairy Kitchen which can be used for events such as cookery classes and demonstrations or as a support for outside catering or private chefs and the Glasshouse which can seat up to one hundred and eighty guests for dinner. It is brilliant for exhibitions and corporate functions. The conservatory in the manor house can accommodate up to twenty four guests.

The renovations of Landscove have delivered deluxe hotel standard rooms, full of sumptuous furnishings, beautiful artworks and artefacts. The ground floor is home to a smart drawing room, a reading room, a dining room and a fantastic open plan kitchen, family room and conservatory. The drawing room and reading rooms are of similar size, both with atmospheric feature fireplaces, one with blue and white colour palettes and the other with deep red colour splashes to compliment the ornate wooden furniture. The dining room is delightful with its exposed stone walls and period furniture. The wraparound kitchen, conservatory and family room is a brilliant space with a warm and inviting country feel. The chef’s dream of a kitchen features beautiful ivory cabinetry, a giant professional range cooker, two fridges, two freezers, two dishwashers, four ovens and a fabulous extra long island. It is incredibly sociable linking directly with the light and airy conservatory. Here there is a farmhouse table and chairs, a modern log burning stove and lots of exposed stone and wood. This space is open to the family room with its contemporary sofa and chairs and memorabilia from days gone by. The garden views are gorgeous.

The second floor is home to five bedrooms and the top floor home to the final three. The bedrooms are all dreamy havens with painted wooden floor boards, a range of lavish, handcarved beds all adorned with crisp white quality linens, handpicked vintage accessories and scattered artefacts that will fascinate you. Some of the bedrooms boasts feature fireplaces. The first of the bedrooms enjoys a beautiful super kingsize bed and an ensuite bathroom with a two person bath and a wet room shower. The second bedroom, with its glorious estate views, offers two single beds, one being a trundle bed for an extra guest. It also has an ensuite shower room. Romantic bedroom three is very special with its extra large four poster bed and ensuite with a two person bath and wet room shower. The fourth bedroom also boasts a four poster bed and an ensuite shower room. The final bedroom on the first floor is stunning with a blissful kingsize bed. Its second floor shower room is reached via a gorgeous spiral staircase. Bedroom six is immensely popular so you may need to draw straws. It offers so much character with its beams and exposed stone and brick arches and offers an in-room freestanding bath as well as a wet room. It super kingsize bed is lavish and stunning. The master, however, is a junior suite with its own sitting area. Again, it boasts an exquisite super kingsize bed, an egg shaped freestanding bath that sits in the middle of the room under the giant roof structure and a wet room shower. It is truly heavenly and you won’t be rushing from this suite! The final bedroom is another beauty with beams, exposed stone, a kingsize sleigh bed and gorgeous linens. You will not be disappointed whatever room you have!

The grounds of Landscove House are incredible. There are sheltered alfresco lounge spots, gorgeous landscaped borders, lush lawns, secret corners, a wonderful lily pond with its permanent residents, a family of moorhens and lots of frogs, alfresco dining and a fabulous pool which overlooks the lily pond. The pool is open all year long with an environmentally friendly heating system. Surrounding all of this are acres of lush greenery, a lake, the old oak meadow and towering trees. The meadow is the perfect spot for a marquee or a large scale picnic. The walking trails and views are amazing! You will not forget your holiday at Landscove House for a very long time!

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Landscove House is surrounded by hundreds of acres of estate grounds and countryside. Along with The Barns, the house is three miles from Dartmoor in Devon’s South Hams. The list of attractions, villages, seaside resorts and fine dining restaurants within easy reach is endless.

Also in Landscove is Hill House Nursery and Gardens with its stunning variety of plants and quaint tea rooms. Buckfastleigh is close to home with the ever popular heritage rolling stock steam trains. The railway was originally built in 1872. It is a brilliant way to travel to Totnes along the River Dart.

The vibrant, historic town of Dartmouth sits on the banks of the picturesque River Dart offering a fantastic range of attractions and activities including the delightful Babbacombe Model Village, Britannia Royal Navy College Tours, Coleton Fishacre House and Garden, Pennywell Farm, the Flavel Arts Centre and Cinema, Dart estuary walks, Bayards Cove Fort, Berry Head Nature Reserve, plenty of water activities and much much more. The town is brimming with narrow streets, overhanging medieval houses and old quays. It is full of fine dining restaurants, galleries, antique shops and marinas. The town plays host to many festivals and events.  

Visiting Agatha Christie’s mansion, Greenway House and Garden is another wonderful day out. Now owned by the National Trust, visitors can relax in the tranquil, beautiful gardens experiencing what Agatha Christie called ‘the loveliest place in the world’. There are walled gardens, riverside woodland, informal gardens and lots of hidden gems.

You can also visit Dittisham, taking the Greenway ferry. Dittisham is so pretty with wonderful river views and an excellent pub. From Dittisham, you can link up with many other walks including the Dart Valley Trail, the Greenway Walk and others.

Dartington Hall and Gardens is also lovely. It is set within a one thousand acre estate. The gardens are stunning, designed by Beatrix Farrand, the famous American garden designer.

Salcombe has to be one of the prettiest towns in South Devon. It is a centre for sailing, a watersports haven! Salcombe is lined with boutique shops, art galleries and gift shops. The town’s excellent restaurants serve locally caught fresh seafood and locally farmed produce. You can also taste delicious Salcombe Dairy ice-cream and award winning Salcombe gin. Salcombe’s August regatta celebrates all that is great about the town with sailing events, fireworks and much family fun. In town, Salcombe’s South Sands and North Sands are ideal family beaches or just across the estuary you will find a wonderful beach at East Portlemouth. It can be accessed by ferry from Salcombe. To the west lies Bigbury-on-Sea, Bantham and the famous Burgh Island which is accessed at high tide by a sea tractor. The South West Coast Path is absolutely amazing. You can enjoy a walk to Start Point Lighthouse from Salcombe admiring the splendid views.

Another popular beach day jaunt is to the picturesque Slapton Sands. Slapton Sands has a very moving story attached to it. In 1943 the beach was taken over by the allied forces to use as a rehearsal area for the D-Day landings. Sadly a combination of live ammunition and poor visibility resulted in 749 American servicemen losing their lives. There is a stone monument to commemorate the ill-fated operation. There are plenty of watersports at the beach and a beachside cafe. Many visitors enjoy observing the wildlife in the Nature Reserve, living in and around the freshwater lake, Slapton Ley.

Kingsbridge, a traditional English market town, sits on the Kingsbridge Estuary, surrounded by lush, green rolling countryside. Kingsbridge boasts an eclectic selection of independent shops, art galleries and antique shops as well as an excellent selection of cafes, pubs and restaurants. Artisan coffee shops mingle with luxury boutiques and your usual high street stores. You can taste local craft beers, ales, cider and even wine and gin together with delicious local produce. The town also offers a three screen cinema, a yoga studio and a leisure centre with a swimming pool. The town is very interesting with many walks. You can explore passages such as Squeezebelly Alley to discover Kingsbridge’s history and hidden treasures such as mosaics, a community garden and miniature railway. The town holds a number of local events including the Kingsbridge Food and Music Festival in June, Kingsbridge Fair Week in July, the Kingsbridge Show in September and Kingsbridge Celebrates Christmas in December. The estuary provides plenty of opportunities if you are a watersports enthusiast. You can kayak, sail or stand up paddleboard.

Malthouse Lodge 4

Heacham, Norfolk, East of England

Malthouse Lodge From £407 Availability

Heacham is a bustling little village situated on the North West coast of Norfolk. With its wide sandy beach, proximity to Sandringham, the coastal resort of Hunstanton and also being the home of Norfolk Lavender, world famous for its superb range of lavender plants and products, it is an ideal location for an enjoyable holiday. The village is well served with shops and is close to many of the pubs and restaurants that this area of Norfolk is renowned for.

Malthouse Lodge is an attractive modern detached house which has been built using traditional local carrstone. The house has been tastefully furnished and offers excellent accommodation with some unique electrical touches. It is ideally situated to explore the coastline of this part of the county and is only a very short distance from the Royal Estate of Sandringham. The seaside town of Hunstanton is a couple of miles away with the North Norfolk villages of Brancaster and Burnham Market a little further afield. Shop: 1 mile Pub: 30 yards

Ground Floor:
Open Plan Room with Sitting Area attractively furnished with comfortable seating, large plasma TV with Freeview, DVD player and CD hi-fi
Dining Area with table and chairs
Kitchen with electric cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and microwave
Cloakroom with washbasin and wc

First Floor:
Bedroom 1 with a double bed, TV and En-Suite Bathroom with Jacuzzi bath, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 2 with twin beds, TV and En-Suite Shower Room with shower cubicle, washbasin and wc

Garden: Fully enclosed terraced garden with decked and planted shale area and garden furniture.
Parking: For one or two cars dependent on size.
Heating: G.F.C.H.
Also Provided: Towels. Two adult mountain bikes for guests use. Books, games and CDs. WiFi. Tumble dryer in the garage. Travel cot and highchair on request. Telephone for incoming calls only.
Pets: One pet welcome, but to be kept downstairs at all times.

Heronmere 6

Horning, Norfolk, East of England

Heronmere From £542 Availability

Situated on the banks of the River Bure, Horning is a lovely village in the heart of the Norfolk Broads. Visitors might like hire a day boat to explore the miles of waterways or perhaps sit, relax and watch the boats go by - a perfect way to unwind. The Norfolk Coast with its miles of sandy beaches is within easy reach and the village of Horning is in a good location for fishing, bird-watching, sailing, golf and horse-riding. Children will love Bewilderwood on the outskirts of Wroxham, steam train rides from Wroxham to Aylsham and then there is the historic City of Norwich with its shopping and culture opportunities. The village has shops, tea rooms, pubs and restaurants.

Heronmere is a waterside lodge situated within an exclusive marina development, offering private mooring and exclusive fishing. It also boasts unrestricted free access to a heated indoor leisure pool. The lodge is maintained to a high standard and offers attractively furnished, well-equipped accommodation with river views. Shop/Pub: 0.5 miles

Ground Floor:
Bedroom 1
with a double bed and En-Suite Shower Room well appointed with shower cubicle, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 2 with twin beds and En-Suite Bathroom well appointed with bath, over-bath mixer shower, washbasin and wc
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath, over-bath mixer shower, washbasin and wc

First Floor:
Open Plan Room
with Sitting Area attractively furnished with comfortable seating, TV, DVD/video and CD hi-fi with doors leading to balcony overlooking the marina
Dining Area with dining table and chairs
Kitchen Area with electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer

Garden: Lawned to the side of the property leading to riverside frontage with decked area and table and chairs.
Parking: Private off-road for two cars.
Heating: G.F.C.H.
Pets: One well-behaved pet welcome, please ensure that it is kept out of the bedrooms and off the furniture at all times.
Also Provided: Towels, CDs, books and games.
Secial Offer: 25% discount in Band A for up to 3 people in two bedrooms, in three bedspaces, please state bed preference on booking.
Notes: Due to the proximity of the property to the water's edge, children should be supervised at all times. Please note that the owners' boat is moored at the property and they may require access to it during your stay.

Meadow Manor 15

Mundesley, Norfolk, East of England

Meadow Manor From £3763 Availability

Meadow Manor is a beautiful Manor House with parts dating back to the 16th century. The house has a stunning cliff top position overlooking the sea in the delightful village of Mundesley. Meadow Manor provides the ideal self catering seaside retreat. The house sleeps fifteen and features stunning sea views, making it ideal for family holidays, relaxing weekends, reunions, hen weekends and special birthdays set in a quiet and tranquil Norfolk village. Superbly located just a 5 minute walk from the heart of the village and 100 metres from the beach, it provides the ideal base to discover North Norfolk. The house is perfectly suited as both a winter retreat, with log fires, country walks, and local pubs, as well as a summer holiday home, with beach life, BBQs, and summer fetes.

The house is perfectly situated to discover the stunning North Norfolk coast line including Cromer, Sheringham, Cley, Blakeney, Wells, Burnham Market, Burnham Overy Staithe, and Brancaster. It is also ideal for exploring inland to discover the market towns of Holt, Fakenham, Aylsham, North Walsham. A path through the wood leads directly to the beach path 100 yards away. Mundesley is a small, largely undiscovered, pretty Victorian seaside village located on the North Norfolk coast. It has an award winning beach, excellent village facilities and beautiful surrounding countryside for summer and winter walks. The house is just a 1 minute walk from the beach and 5 minutes walk from the pretty village centre. The village has everything needed: a good butcher, wet fish stand, general store, vegetable shop, chemist, excellent chip shop, art gallery and numerous pubs all within walking distance. Things to do
- Discover Mundesley
- Traditional Broads Sailing
- Seal Trips
- Sailing at Morston
- Historic Houses
- Antiques and restaurants
- Norfolk Wildlife Trust
- Golf at Mundesley Golf Club, Royal Cromer Golf Club, Links Country Park Hotel and Golf Club Restaurants
- Saracen's Head Gastro Pub
- Walpole Arms Gastro Pub
- Morston Hall
- Byfords Holt
- The Victoria
- White Horse Blakeney Recommended Local Pubs
- Royal Hotel
- Vernon Arms: a favourite with good food, a log fire and a pool table

Barn in North Devon 4

Barnstaple, Devon, South West of England

Barn in North Devon From £429 Availability

Situated within a tranquil farm courtyard setting, these properties provide the perfect base to explore all that North Devon has to offer. Renowned beaches such as Saunton and Croyde are within easy reach and close by you ll find the town of Barnstaple and South Molton with their popular pannier markets. A short train ride from the conveniently close by station takes you to the Tarka Trail, favoured by walkers and cyclists alike. Slightly further afield days out include the beautiful cathedral city of Exeter and pretty Torbay. You can also walk out directly from the farm along the banks of the River Taw or explore the picturesque local woods. Stepping inside this simple cosy property, all arranged on one floor, you ll first be welcomed into the open plan lounge/diner with a Smart TV. You can curl up, light the wood burner and relax after a busy day exploring or dine at the dining table for four. The well equipped galley style kitchen is perfect for preparing home cooked meals with an electric oven and hob, fridge, microwave and dishwasher. Heading further into the property you ll find the two bedrooms, one super king size zip and link (which can be made into twins by request) and one twin bedroom (zip and link which can be a king size by request) and a shower room with shower and WC. Directly outside the property, enjoy relaxing on the private enclosed patio area where there is garden furniture to sit and enjoy the fresh air. There is a secure dog walking area for your four legged friends and finally the younger members of the group will be happily entertained with a pool table, table football, dart board and pétanque area .

Barn in North Devon 8

Exmoor, Devon, South West of England

Barn in North Devon From £773 Availability

Situated within the Exmoor National Park, a beautiful rugged moorland offering many miles of scenic walks and cycle paths. If you fancy a day at the beach Combe Martin and Woolacombe are a short driveaway. Also close by, are the picturesque towns of Lynton and Lynmouth with its famous cliff railway providing a great day out for all the family. Other places of interest in the area include Exmoor Zoo, Combe Martin Wildlife Park, and the town of Barnstaple and South Molton are a short drive which offers an array of amenities. Entering through a covered porch way you will be welcomed into the country style kitchen/diner with beautiful exposed beams, well equipped with electric double oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, tumble dryer and coffee machine. This provides the perfect place to cook a meal and sit down all together at the dining table for a great family get together. Just off the kitchen you will find the master bedroom, with super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request) with Smart TV, DAB Radio, Bluetooth sound bar and en suite shower room with shower and WC. This bedroom also has a fully glazed door with access onto the patio via a small private footpath and has far reaching views over Exmoor. After dinner there is plenty of room for everyone in the lounge, where you can all sit and relax and watch a movie together on the Smart TV/DVD and Blu ray player. Or you can just sit and admire the breathtaking views over Exmoor from the double patio doors. Heading further into the house you will find the remaining three bedrooms. A twin with Smart TV, DAB Radio and Bluetooth speaker, another super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request) with Smart TV, DAB Radio and Bluetooth speaker and finally a king size with Smart TV, DAB Radio and Bluetooth speaker and en suite shower room with shower and WC. Completing the accommodation is a large bathroom with bath, large separate shower and WC. Heading outside from the patio doors in the lounge, you can spend some quality family time in the garden. With rustic two tier stone patio with garden furniture and hot tub, a beautifully landscaped rocky area to one side of the garden and a large lawn to the other with stunning views over the newly planted orchard which is great for walking your dogs. There is off road parking for three medium sized cars on the cobblestone entrance. Just behind the property is a EV car charging point for electric cars.

Barn in Norfolk 6

Tatterset, Norfolk, East of England

Barn in Norfolk From £462 Availability

This period barn is situated in a small complex of properties within a peaceful countryside location and is ideally placed for families to explore everything North Norfolk has to offer. Holkham, Wells next the Sea and Brancaster, boast magnificent sandy beaches and there are important bird reserves at Sculthorpe, Titchwell, Cley and Snettisham. Walking and sailing are a delight along this unique coastline, and the quiet lanes inland are perfect for cycling and walking. Boat trips to see the seals off Blakeney Point regularly depart from Blakeney Quay and Morston. Sandringham House Estate and Holkham Hall are two of the finest stately homes of Norfolk and are a short drive away. Children will love the Sea Life Centre at Hunstanton, a traditional seaside resort providing all kinds of family fun. Arriving at this property, guests will first come to a hallway which leads onto the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. This charming room with its beamed ceiling has the feel of a rustic country hideaway, with its lounge area at one side of the room and the kitchen at the other. Two comfortable sofas and a chair, along with a colourful rug create a cosy atmosphere in the lounge area where there is also a TV/DVD. The dining table seats six and is overlooked by the kitchen area with its good range of equipment including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and washing machine. There is also a double room located on the ground floor just off from the kitchen area, as well the bathroom which offers a shower over bath and WC. Wooden stairs lead up to the first floor with galleried double bedroom and galleried twin room. To the rear of the property, patio doors open from the lounge area out onto a private patio where there is a BBQ and garden furniture provided. A spacious shared games room is a fantastic addition to the property and has plenty to keep younger guests or competitive adults occupied, with snooker table, pool table, and table tennis, as well as a selection of toys and games for young children. There is off road parking for two cars. Highchair, travel cot and stairgate available on request.

Barn in North Devon 2

Clovelly, Devon, South West of England

Barn in North Devon From £316 Availability

This property sits nestled in a quiet spot in the idyllic Devonshire countryside, surrounded by attractive villages, each with their own character. The stunning Devon coast is just eight miles away, and offers some beautiful beaches, such as the one at Westward Ho!; pretty fishing villages, like Clovelly, a beautifully maintained heritage village; and secluded coves and clifftop walks on the Hartland Peninsula. For those who fancy a change of scene, there is plenty to see away from the seaside, including RHS Rosemoor, the riverside town of Bideford, and The Milky Way Adventure Park. This single storey barn conversion is accessed via a ramp which leads up to the front door. The main living space is the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, a relaxing space with a contemporary feel to it. The lounge area has a warming wood burner, a TV, DVD, and an iPod dock, so guests can snuggle up in the evenings and catch up with their favourite programmes. There is a small dining table, ideal for romantic meals, whilst the kitchen area is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine. The bedroom is a comfortable double room, which has a sleek en suite wet room with shower and WC. Outside, the property benefits from an enclosed, raised decked patio area, which offers garden furniture from which guests can enjoy the tranquil surroundings. In addition to this, guests have access to the ten acres of grounds surrounding the property, which is shared with the owner, whose home is also located here. Wander down to the lake, visit the resident chickens, or spend a few hours fishing in the river (guests should bring their own fishing equipment). There is ample off road parking available.

Log Cabin in Dumfries and Galloway 2

Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Log Cabin in Dumfries and Galloway From £810 Availability

Perfectly positioned on the splendid Rascarrel Bay, only two miles from the pretty coastal village of Auchencairn, with restaurant, cafe and post office shop. Within easy reach of Dalbeatie and the bustling market towns of Castle Douglas Scotland s Food Town and Kirkcudbright the artist s town . Explore the historic Dundrennan and Sweetheart Abbeys and enjoy a trip to the castles of Caerlaverock, Drumlanrig and Threave. Golfers will be delighted with an impressive 32 courses in the region. Spot the local wildlife including badgers, roe deer, buzzards, red squirrels and otters on site. Porpoises, dolphins and seals can be seen along the coast too. Entering the stylish luxurious lodge up a small flight of steps, into the spacious hallway which is the ideal place to store all outdoor clothing. Venturing into the fabulous spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with floor to ceiling full length windows, to admire the stunning coastal views. The lounge has comfortable sofas, TV/DVD and French doors leading out to the enclosed decked area and is a great space to perhaps watch a film after a day out exploring or you could simply sit back and take in the breath taking sea views. The well equipped kitchen is the perfect place to cook up a storm with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, wine cooler and large central island with seating area. The dining area is the ideal place to enjoy romantic meals together, enjoying sea and patio views and with French doors leading out to the hot tub. Heading back through the hallway you are met with the wonderful king size bedroom, with magnificent sea views, TV and large dressing room. Followed by the exceptionally spacious bathroom, with beautiful contemporary free standing bath, large separate shower with double headed rain shower and WC. Finally completing the spacious accommodation is the handy utility with washing machine and tumble dryer. Stepping outside onto the spacious fully enclosed large patio area, which provides a safe haven for dogs. Relax and enjoy a dip in the private hot tub and admire the stunning sea views. Enjoy al fresco dining and lazy evening star gazing across the bay. There is also a fully covered deck area, with seating and fantastic multi coloured, twinkling star ceiling mood lighting. The private drive has ample off road parking at the side of the lodge.

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