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1992 Log Cabins with fishing in the UK

Is fishing the perfect sport for a holiday? You sit on a chair, contemplating nature in a splendid setting, waiting for a moment of excitement that may never come. And if it doesn’t? More time to enjoy the scenery. Couple that level of contentment with a beautiful log cabin and it sounds like a formula for a totally relaxing break. The log cabins below have fishing either on site or close by.

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Bodiam, East Sussex, South of England

Log Cabin in Sussex From £750 Availability

Located in the heart of the East Sussex countryside with outstanding rural views, this property is also within easy reach of the local pub. The lodge enjoys a beautiful and timeless view across to historic Bodiam Castle, which is managed by the National Trust and is well worth a visit. Hop on the nearby Kent and East Sussex railway and take a visit to the market town of Tenterden with its tree lined high street, and wide range of independent shops, restaurants and cafes. For keen walkers, there are ample local footpaths surrounding the property which are perfect to explore the surrounding areas and enjoy unspoilt views. 5 minutes stroll within the grounds of Quarry Farm, there is also a café and farm shop, "The Hub" offering Wi Fi, water sports, a beauty salon and many other facilities. From the veranda, enter through the patio doors into this delightful lodge into an open plan lounge/ kitchen /diner, with large bay window with far reaching views. The cosy lounge features a comfy sofa, perfect for cosying up in front of the TV/DVD and watching a good film. The kitchen is contemporary and well equipped with a gas oven and hob, microwave, and fridge, and has a breakfast bar and stools. Walk through to the romantic bedroom where there is a double bed and beyond this you will find the uniquely finished shower room with a large walk in shower, twin basins and WC. The bespoke fittings throughout are made from oak salvaged from the woodland around the farm from the 1987 storm. Outside, the covered veranda is the perfect spot to relax whilst enjoying a glass of bubbly, before dining alfresco on the patio table and chairs. A bench to the side of the lodge next to the chiminea offers views of the sunset a perfect end to a perfect day. There is ample off road parking next to the property.

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Honiton, Devon, South West of England

Barn in Mid and East Devon From £720 Availability

Perfectly situated in the Blackdown Hills and East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty there is much to see and explore including steep ridges, valleys, picturesque villages, ancient features and historic houses. The stunning cathedral city of Exeter half an hour away by car, boasts an array of shops, bars, restaurants, cinemas and theatre, and the pretty market town of Honiton is even closer and is a mecca for antique hunters. The ever popular and world renowned Jurassic Coast and the delightful seaside resorts of Lyme Regis, Seaton, Sidmouth and Exmouth are also within driving distance as well as Beer, Branscombe and Budleigh Salterton. Other attractions and places of interest include Crealy Adventure Park, Escot Gardens and numerous National Trust properties and gardens. Stepping in to the property via the French doors you are immediately greeted by a lovely homely lounge/kitchen/diner where sofas sit in front of a Smart TV/DVD and cosy wood burner. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is also a twin bedroom and shower room with WC, on the ground floor. Heading up the stairs and on to the first floor the rest of the bedrooms can be found, and here there are two king size bedrooms, one with a TV, and a further twin bedroom. A bathroom with hand held shower over bath and WC, and additional WC, complete the offering on this floor. Venturing outside, an enclosed patio area is located at the front and side of the property and boasts a hot tub, garden furniture and charcoal BBQ. Further to this there is access to a shared games room with table football, table tennis, pool table and selection of board games, and a shared utility room with two washing machines and a tumble dryer. Access is also available to 7 acres of a dog walking field. There is ample off road parking located on the driveway to the front of the property.

Barn in North Wales 4

Conwy, Gwynedd, Wales

Barn in North Wales From £541 Availability

Set within a 45 acre farm, this property is surrounded by fields of sheep and horses, with resident peacocks and doves also nearby. A major cycle route can be found at the edge of the grounds, offering wonderful rides through the Conwy Valley. Conwy itself is a World Heritage Site and home to a 13th century castle together with a selection of independent shops, restaurants and a fishing harbour. Nature lovers will be spoilt for choice between Bodnant Gardens, the RSPB reserve and on site wildlife excursions, which are available by arrangement. Other nearby attractions include Llandudno, Betws y Coed and the Isle of Anglesey. Inside, the accommodation is spacious and open plan with a fresh, modern feel and plenty of natural light. Prepare delicious meals in the contemporary kitchen area, before dining at the farmhouse table nearby, which enjoys garden views on two sides. The relaxing lounge area sits in sunlight beneath a large Velux window and opens onto the garden through glass patio doors, perfect for summer afternoons. You'll find a smart TV, DVD player and a digital radio here too. Also on the ground floor is a well presented king size bedroom with tasteful antique furniture, tiled flooring and an en suite wet room with shower. Upstairs, a spacious twin bedroom is served by a compact shower room. There is also a charming upstairs snug area with a desk and chair for doing work while away. Outside, there is a beautifully maintained garden with a picnic bench, BBQ, wildlife pond and large lawn area for the whole family to enjoy. There is an electric vehicle charge point available for guests at and additional cost to be arranged directly with the owner (Type 2, 7kW, untethered).

Barn in County Durham 6

Durham, County Durham, North of England

Barn in County Durham From £605 Availability

Nestled in a beautiful rural position on a working beef and sheep grassland farm. Guest are welcome to explore the farmland through the established tracks and help feed the lambs. The farm is located in the stunning North Pennines, perfect for all outdoor pursuits and is located directly on the coast to coast famous Waskerley Way. Fisherman will also be delighted with the nearby Waskerley and Derwent Reservoirs. Golfers can enjoy an array of local courses including the renowned course at Slaley Hall. Visit the nearby picture post card village of Blanchland. Explore the World Heritage site of Hadrian s Wall or travel a little further afield and visit the historic towns of Hexham and Corbridge. Entering the property through to the light and bright stylish lounge area with TV/DVD and wood burner effect electric fire, ideal for cosy nights in. Next is the snug area great fun for all the family with, TV, board games and books to enjoy. This room is followed by the well quipped kitchen/diner with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and dining area perfect for family gatherings. Completing the ground floor is the utility room with washing machine and rear door access to the garden and the separate WC. Heading up the stairs to the first floor you are met with the lovely master double bedroom with en suite shower and WC, followed by the super king size zip and link (which can be made into a twin on request). Next is the stylish, spacious bathroom with bath, separate shower and WC. Finally, competing the accommodation is the light and bright twin bedroom. Venturing outside to the gravelled seating areas with picnic table and charcoal BBQ, ideal for al fresco dining and to enjoy the views over the beautiful countryside, perhaps with a good local ale or a nice glass of wine. There is also an abundance of wildlife and birds that visit the garden, such as barn owls, little owls, short/long eared owls, red kites and woodpeckers . There is ample off road parking available directly at the rear of the property. If you need a little extra space, there is a one bedroom barn conversion on the farm that can also be booked (subject to availability). Search property code 76615 for more details.

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Crickhowell, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £609 Availability

With some of Europe's most interesting and challenging cave networks on your doorstep, Sycamore Barn is perfect for the more adventurous guest. With countless walking and cycling trails nearby and a location deep inside the International Dark Sky Reserve, the options are plenty for active days and evenings spent staring up into the sky. On more relaxing days why not explore the picturesque town of Crickhowell for its excellent local produce, pubs and restaurants. For a traditional family day out there are many attractions you will want to visit including: The Big Pit National Coal Museum, Blaenavon Iron Works and Abergavenny Castle and museum. The building is perfectly situated, with a garden that is private and enjoys a vista encompassing over 200 square kilometres of the national park, across the beautiful Usk valley to the Black Mountains and beyond. Indoors, the barn has been furnished with natural materials and fabrics that complement the thick stone walls and oak lintels to create a cosy retreat with an atmosphere of tranquillity and natural peace. Enter the barn via a well equipped galley kitchen with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. There is a shower room just off the kitchen. A couple of steps up from the kitchen is a modern open plan living area with newly installed log burner, and spiral stair access to the bedrooms. Furnished with comfortable sofas and finished thoughtfully with colourful cushions and throws, you will find the perfect setting for a cosy night in with a good movie, and space for enjoying a hearty supper after a day s exploring the National Park. Climb the spiral staircase to the first floor where you will find a twin room with en suite bathroom. A further climb to the second floor where you will find an inviting king size bedroom within the eaves enjoying stunning views from the skylights. There is a generous stone patio from which to enjoy the views, with heavy oak garden furniture under an oak framed shelter and a BBQ. When the sun goes down you can stretch the evening out around the fire pit, the only sounds being the crackle of the fire and the calling of lambs in the fields in the springtime. There is also a huge area of open access behind the barn which has opportunities for cycling and horse riding, as well as much to interest the amateur naturalist.

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Fowey, Cornwall, South West of England

Barn in South Cornwall From £438 Availability

Located in Golant, a popular village with locals and visitors on the picturesque upper reaches of the Fowey River. Once here immerse yourself in village life, vibrant at times although at an altogether slower pace. Enjoy stunning walks following the river as it meanders downstream. Visit the impressive Restormel Castle and the harbour towns of Fowey and Charlestown. Just a stones throw away is Fowey, boasting some retaurants and individual boutiques. Slightly further afield is Charlestown featured in the Poldark series, a perfect place for lunch or relax on the quay. Attractions in the area include The Eden Project, The Ship Wreck Centre, Lost Gardens of Heligan, Poldark Mine, St Michaels Mount and National Trust properties including nearby Lanhydrock house. Upon arrival at this reverse level property, granite steps lead you through the front door. Here you enter into the lounge/kitchen/dining area with TV. This light and airy space is full of character with exposed beams and reclaimed wooden floors. The kitchen area is perfect for the chefs amongst you to knock up that culinary delight from some of the local seafood on offer. Comprising of electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, washing machine, tumble dryer and dishwasher. From this central lounge/kitchen/dining area, stairs lead to the lower ground floor and the two bedrooms and the shower room. Bedroom one, the master suite, a double with en suite shower room with WC. Bedroom two, a bunk room with handcrafted full size L shaped beds and TV/DVD. Lastly, located on this floor is the shower room with WC. Heading outside, enjoy shared use the heated indoor endless pool and sauna, shared games room, or enjoy lazy evenings in the enclosed garden with chiminea and a charcoal BBQ and garden furniture. For the more sociable families there is a bar on site cleverly created from an old Silo, with outdoor seating. Open once or twice in some weeks, for drinks and food, with occasional live entertainment to which guests will be welcomed with free entry. There is off road parking for two cars. All facilities will be available with sanitising facilities .

Barn in South Cornwall 2

St Mellion, Cornwall, South West of England

Barn in South Cornwall From £323 Availability

Set in one of the most peaceful parts of Cornwall, this secluded, granite stone converted barn is a perfect, central location to explore the spectacular and inspirational moors and hills, historic houses and gardens, and several areas of outstanding natural beauty, as well as the dramatic coastline. An idyllic couples retreat. Within easy reach of spectacular and dramatic Dartmoor National Park, the granite outcrops and clitter slopes of Bodmin Moor, the rocky shoreline and sandy beaches of Rame Head, as well as the wildlife haven of the Tamar Valley AONB, shaped by the rivers Tamar, Tavy and Lynher, this is a treasure trove of opportunities for walkers and those wishing to explore this environment. Equally accessible are a range of National Trust locations, including Cotehele, Lanhydrock, Antony and Buckland Abbey. On your doorstep you can escape to the less well known local delights of the St Dominica Heritage Trail, nearby Halton Quay, and Kit Hill with its breathtaking panoramic, far reaching views, taking in Brown Willy on Bodmin Moor to the West, High Willhays on Dartmoor to the East, and the Tamar Estuary to the South. A wide range of moorland, woodland and riverside walks are just a short drive away, as well as local beaches, coastal and market towns, and fishing villages. Alternatively, spend a relaxing afternoon at the nearby St Mellion Estate, a luxury resort with two championship golf courses, state of the art health club, Elemis spa as well as restaurants and other high quality amenities. The local village has a pub with restaurant, and close by you will find the towns of Callington and Saltash, offering a range of shopping, eating and drinking opportunities, or venture further afield to picturesque Tavistock, relaxing Liskeard, or the bustling fishing port of Looe. Enter the cottage through the French doors into cosy, vaulted open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, with TV complete with Fire TV Stick for streaming your favourite films and music. As well as a comfy sofa, there is a dining table and chairs, and a well equipped kitchen area, with an oven and two ring hob, microwave, toaster and a fridge with ice compartment. To the side is a contemporary shower room, with shower, WC and heated towel rail. At the rear of the cottage, step down into the snug bedroom with king size bed, with window framing the view of the lakes, ducks, wildlife and countryside beyond. Outside you have your own area of a shared garden with a secluded seating area where you can take in the views whilst enjoying breakfast, or relax with a drink, basking in the evening sunset. Located in the grounds and to the side of the owner s property you can take advantage of the extensive shared gardens, peaceful countryside and the lakes with the resident ducks, barn owls and other wildlife. There is private, off road parking available right next to the cottage.

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Croyde, Devon, South West of England

Barn in North Devon From £1083 Availability

Croyde is a picture postcard village with its golden sandy beach, a selection of restaurants, pubs and shops, with an opportunity to try a wide range of water sports in walking distance. On either side of the village are more beaches where the sand, sea and surf can be enjoyed, Woolacombe, Saunton and Putsborough being some of the options open to you. Walkers will be spoilt for choice with direct access onto the South West Coast Path, from Croyde, taking you across the spectacular headland to Baggy Point, Exmoor National Park is within easy reach by car. Other attractions and places of interest nearby include the links golf course at Saunton, Barnstaple with its market and high street shops, Exmoor Zoo, Ilfracombe and Lynton and Lynmouth are also worth a visit. Stepping into this Grade II listed barn you are immediately focused on the quality of the conversion and the attention to detail as well as a luxurious yet relaxed feel. All the rooms are spacious and warm with underfloor heating and are bright and airy. After a day exploring the area step down into the snug/sitting room with exposed beams, feature fireplace and wood burner ideal for cooler evenings or winter weekend breaks, this room has some of the workings of the original cider press and mixes the contemporary and traditional for maximum comfort and convenience. Relax on the comfy sofas and watch TV or your favourite movie on the DVD. Prepare a snack or family meal in the impressive and well equipped kitchen/diner with two electric ovens and gas hobs, wine cooler, microwave, large fridge and dishwasher, central island with freezer. A utility room houses a washing machine and tumble dryer, off this is a useful ground floor WC. Enjoy a morning coffee or al fresco meal on the terrace looking out onto the courtyard and garden. Heading upstairs from the entrance hall you will find three of the four bedrooms. Two steps down from the landing leads you to an open plan king size bedroom with sensor lighting, freestanding bath and WC. The second is a double bedroom with high apex feature window with views over the surrounding fields and an en suite shower room with shower and WC. Lastly there is a twin bedroom and finishing off the accommodation in the main barn is a stylish and spacious family bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower and WC. Heading outside across the courtyard is a separate annexe which houses studio style open plan lounge/sleeping area and en suite wet room. The lounge area with wood burner, a king size bed in the bedroom area at one end and at the other end is the wet room area with shower and WC. This building also has exposed beams and underfloor heating and provides a great retreat for independent teenagers, couples with a baby or those who just want a bit more privacy. Stepping into the courtyard at the far end is steps to the raised lawned garden with garden furniture and BBQ lodge. There is ample off road parking for up to five cars. Please note that the neighbouring property has shared access to the drive and their parking space.

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Whitsand Bay, Cornwall, South West of England

Log Cabin in South Cornwall From £468 Availability

Situated on the Rame Peninsula. known as the forgotten corner of Cornwall, Whitsand Bay offers four miles of golden sands accessed via a steep cliff path. The location appeals to surfers, power gliders and beach casting fishermen. The nearby South West Coast Path runs along the cliffs, offering walks to Port Wrinkle, Downderry, Looe and Polperro. Other local attractions include Mount Edgcumbe Park, numerous National Trust properties, Gribbin Daymark, and Looe s Monkey Sanctuary. Plymouth can be reached by foot ferry at Cremyl or via rail link from the ancient village of St Germans. Whitsand Bay Golf Club is less than 4 miles away and offers a unique cliff top playing experience. On arrival at this fantastic single storey property, accessed via two steps down from the parking area, you will find the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge area centres around an electric wood burner effect fire, and also offers comfortable seating, sea views, and a Smart TV. The kitchen area is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher. Take a step down from the lounge area to the shower room with WC. Nearby you will find the double bedroom and the study, which provides a desk for working or extra space for storage or use as a dressing room. Step outside the property into the garden area from the lounge s patio doors, where there is a small lawn and a lovely decked patio perfect for alfresco dining while watching the sunset in the evening. At the front of the property is a small tiered garden with a lawn. There is ample off road parking.

Barn in Lancashire 8

Blackpool, Lancashire, North of England

Barn in Lancashire From £1950 Availability

1 OF 2 STONE BARNS WITH WONDERFUL VIEWS OVER THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE AND BEACON FELL These delightful properties are set within the owners grounds offering a peaceful escape. Each boasting an abundance of character and charm and has been developed with the utmost care and attention providing the perfect mix of traditional features and contemporary luxury. Handpicked as one of our Joules Collection properties, this handsome barn features the brand s signature style in the downstairs living space as well as the master bedroom which is adorned in cosy bed linen perfect for a blissful night s sleep. Located in a quiet spot in a quaint Lancashire village the converted Dutch barns are surrounded by countryside and wildlife. The cottages are equidistant between the seaside town of Blackpool and the historic city of Lancaster and the beautiful Trough of Bowland. A short drive away is the popular seaside destination of Blackpool with its Pleasure Beach, zoo, grand theatre and winter gardens, there is something to cater to the whole family. Leisure facilities: guests are welcome to explore the enclosed shared grounds and relax in the wildlife area with seating and a wild flower meadow and adjoining paddock and also fish in the large wildlife pond stocked for course fishing. Private games room: with pool table, table football and traditional family games. Amenities: off road parking. Bed linen, towels, electric, underfloor heating and Wi Fi included. Additional info: It is recommended guests bring their own rods and fishing equipment and guests will require a rod licence (can be purchased from post office or via environmental agency website). 2 dogs welcome. Location: pub and shop 2 miles. The accommodation offers FOUR bedrooms: 1 king size bedroom with en suite wet room, 1 double with en suite wet room with shower and WC, 1 twin and 1 double. Bathroom: with bath, shower and WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: with woodburner (first basket of logs included) and Smart TV .Kitchen area, electric oven and gas hob, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. Utility room: with washing machine and dryer. Downstairs WC. Private games and cinema room with projector screen, and pool table. Outside: enclosed shared garden with private seating area, private hot tub and patio and adjoining shared wildlife area and paddock.

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