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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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Log Cabin in Mid Wales 4

Crickhowell, Glamorgan, Wales

Log Cabin in Mid Wales From £750 Availability

This property is one of two lodges set in a delightful orchard in the village of Talgarth, in the Brecon Beacons National Park. The property has splendid views and is an easy walk to the village pubs and shops, and a restored watermill. Only a short drive away is the ever popular, town of books, Hay on Wye. The property is a short drive to some local beauty spots such as Llangorse Lake and Pwll y Wrach Nature Reserve, offering super walks. For the more easy going guests, there are some lovely market towns such as Crickhowell and Brecon, both within easy reach. There is plenty to see and do during the day, such as walking, mountain biking, climbing, kayaking, fishing and horse riding, before a bit of stargazing in the evening. Relax and unwind in this stylish retreat, part of our exclusive Joules Collection. Look out for handpicked additions from this quintessentially British brand, such as bright and bold bedding in the king size bedroom from their latest homeware collection. Follow the pathway through the orchard to the lodge, where you will find the entrance hall where you will find a handy utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Past the utility room there is a light and airy super king size zip and link bedroom (which can be made up as a twin on request) with lovely views. Venture down a couple of steps and discover the warm and cosy open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The contemporary kitchen has an electric oven and an induction hob, fridge, microwave and dishwasher. The lounge area has a stylish sofa and chairs, Smart TV and floor to ceiling windows, to take in the fabulous surroundings. From the kitchen area through an internal hallway you will find the shower room with shower and WC. And completing the accommodation a pretty king size bedroom. This is a fantastic residence, with cosy underfloor heating throughout, making this an ideal retreat perfect for couples and families all year round. Outside there is a private decked area, overlooking the orchard, stream and woodland beyond, with furniture and BBQ for some al fresco dining, all leading to your own wood fired hot tub. A simply stunning retreat with off road parking for one car.

Log Cabin in South Devon 4

Plymouth, Devon, South West of England

Log Cabin in South Devon From £617 Availability

Situated in a pleasant holiday park, this property is steps from three beautiful sandy beaches. Head out at low tide and you ll find a large expanse of open beach dotted with rock pools for exploring resident marine life, while on dry land wildlife enthusiasts will enjoy spotting the profusion of rare birds in the vicinity. For a more cosmopolitan affair, head into nearby Plymouth and visit the historic Barbican area with its restaurants, shops, bars and National Marine Aquarium or walk up onto the Hoe with its swimming pool, cafes and bars. A little further afield, other worthwhile attractions include Torbay, Paignton Zoo, Dartmoor as well as neighbouring Cornwall. Inside, the accommodation is arranged on one level and has been recently refurbishing to provide a chic, contemporary feel. Prepare meals in the compact yet well equipped kitchen, which contains an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge with ice compartment and washing machine, before enjoying a bite to eat at the breakfast bar. After a long day on the beach, relax in the lounge area beside the wood effect electric fire while watching TV or simply taking in those breath taking views out to sea. There are two bedrooms in this property, one double overlooking the sea with patio doors onto the terrace and one additional double. Both bedrooms display a light, bright and fresh decor and share the clean and contemporary shower room. Step outside onto the large enclosed tiered patio to enjoy long BBQ lunches at the garden furniture while soaking up the stunning sea views. Parking for one car is allocated in front of the property, but you must purchase a parking ticket and display for the duration of your stay

Log Cabin in South Wales 2

Usk, Gwent, Wales

Log Cabin in South Wales From £500 Availability

One of two super shepherds huts sitting in the rolling countryside of the Wye Valley. Not far from the delightful town of Usk, which offers a host of independent shops, restaurants, pubs and antique shops. This wonderful area boasts a wide range of scenic landscapes and nature trails, plenty of opportunities to sample local produce and a trip to nearby Abergavenny is highly recommended. With many historic attractions, castles, museums and galleries to explore such as Tredegar House, Tintern Abbey and Chepstow Castle, everyone will have plenty to enjoy. Many activities such as kayaking, sailing, fishing, mountain biking and climbing are all within an easy drive and there are fabulous walks straight from your door. Entering the beautiful open plan lounge/kitchen/diner/sleeping space you are first struck by the light and airy feeling this property evokes, being of a bespoke design. The lounge area has a cosy wood burner and TV/DVD, DAB radio with Bluetooth, making this a warming retreat any time of the year. The kitchen has an electric oven and induction hob, fridge and Nespresso coffee machine. The bedroom area has a double bed from where you can enjoy the lovely rural views, with deer, geese, buzzards and red kites often seen. There is ample storage space built in behind and below the bed. There is also a super, internal shower room with a power shower and WC, adding a little bit more refinement to your glamping break. Outside there is an additional outdoor kitchen with a charcoal BBQ and bench seating for some al fresco dining, a hammock for lazy afternoons and a fire pit for enjoyable, social evenings looking up at the stars before heading back in to enjoy the cosy wood burner. Honesty shop selling locally sourced meets, snacks and other items. Bike storage is available for those wishing to enjoy the National Cycle Network that can be joined from the bottom of the hill. There is ample parking for two cars with a pathway to the property.

Barn in Wiltshire 2

Bradford-on-Avon, Wiltshire, South of England

Barn in Wiltshire From £322 Availability

This ground floor property is set in a courtyard within the grounds of the owner s home and is part of a small development of former stables. Situated next door to a BHS approved equestrian centre, it s an ideal base if you fancy organising some riding lessons. If you have sea legs instead, the marina is nearby with its colourful narrow boats where boat, canoe and bike hire can be arranged, as well as fishing. The exclusive Wiltshire town of Bradford on Avon is just 1 mile away and has a range of specialist shops, tea rooms, cafes as well as an excellent selection of restaurants and pubs. The historic city of Bath is 8.5 miles away with its famous spas, theatres, a racecourse and a rugby ground. If you wish to venture further, the train station is around a mile away where you can hop on a train to Bristol, just a 30 minute journey. Alternatively, golf at Cumberwell Park is within easy reach as well as a host of popular other popular attractions such as Longleat (16 miles), Dyrham Park (15 miles), Stonehenge (25 miles), or the National Trust s Stourhead House which is around 22 miles away. Inside the property, the ground floor accommodation offers an open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The kitchen area has a worktop cooker comprising of a double hotplate/oven/grill and also a microwave and a fridge, whilst the lounge area has a TV and DVD player for quiet nights in. There is also a cosy double bedroom as well as a bathroom with a shower over bath and WC. You can also find a shared utility room with coin operated washing machine and tumble dryer. Outside there is a shared courtyard with seating and BBQ which is great for a meal outside when the weather is fair. There is also ample off road parking available.

Log Cabin in Herefordshire 2

Hay-On-Wye, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Log Cabin in Herefordshire From £603 Availability

In the village of Craswall and the beautiful Black Mountains just north of the Brecon Beacons National Park. Pop to Longtown for local produce just a short distance down the road or take walk to the local pub for refreshments. In nearby Hay on Wye, where you re bound to find a book on just about anything, it is full of independent and local shops, galleries, cafes and great events including the renowned Hay on Wye Literary Festival. Stroll the local paths or hike to the summit of Pen y Fan, the highest point in South Wales. Take a ride on the Brecon Beacons Mountain Railway and uncover the history at the Big Pit Mining Museum. Perfect for two to relax or enjoy an active holiday. This private off grid camp includes the quirky arched roof carriage, shower, eco compost loo cabins, solar panels and is set on the idyllic 17 acre farm with horses, donkeys and chickens. Walk up the steps into this stylish arched roof carriage with lovely little touches throughout. If you decide to eat in there s a small gas oven and a gas hob, cool store and sink. The water will need to be heated on the hob for washing up though, a small chore in this lovely campers setting. The folding dining table and sturdy chairs are perfectly positioned by the window to enjoy a hearty breakfast, whilst overlooking the fields and Black Mountain range. After a full day out snuggle up by the wood burner, listen to the radio and later retire to the comfortable full size double bed at the end of the carriage. Outside you will find the gas powered hot shower, modern eco compost loo and the camp fire already set up with all the utensils you need to cook on the open flame. Relax around the table and chairs, or on the veranda on the carriage. Wherever you choose to sit at the camp you will be able to embrace the most spectacular mountain and countryside views. Explore this 17 acre sanctuary farm with horses, donkeys and chickens. Walk down to the water hole for wild swimming, meet with the owners for private donkey picnics in the woods or find out more from the resident horse listener. This is a unique and special place for a couple to retreat and unwind. There is private off road parking for one car at the property. The owners are on site though privacy is assured. Donkey rambles are available This is a walk with a pack donkey Booking essential through the owner on arrival There is an extra cost for this if wanted Closed between 1st Dec to 28th Feb due to acces

Barn in Mid and East Devon 8

Sidmouth, Devon, South West of England

Barn in Mid and East Devon From £1045 Availability

Set within a small working farm in the heart of Devon, this stylish property is in a tranquil courtyard setting surrounded by countryside, making it the perfect spot for walkers and nature lovers alike. The pretty village of Payhembury is home to a pub and community shop, offering essential supplies. Enjoy an afternoon fishing for brown trout on the nearby River Tale, or perhaps have a picnic in the copse. The farm also hosts the village cricket club, with a bar open on match days and pitch available to hire, should you be feeling energetic. An abundance of pretty towns and villages are accessible from here, with the stunning Jurassic Coastline nearby, ideal for all manner of outdoor pursuits. A pathway through a private garden leads you to the barn. On entering the property, you are met by an entrance hallway, with WC, which leads into a bright and airy open plan kitchen/diner. The stylish kitchen area is well equipped with luxury appliances plus an electric range style oven and hob, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and microwave. A useful utility room houses a washer/dryer. Leading off from the kitchen area is an inviting lounge with wood burner, TV and DVD, the perfect place to unwind after a day spent exploring. Adjacent to here is a spacious super king size bedroom with a zip and link bed (which can be made into a twin on request) with en suite shower and WC. Rising from the hallway is a staircase, leading you to a king size bedroom with en suite shower and WC. A further king size bedroom is also on this floor, along with a twin bedroom. A contemporary bathroom completes the first floor, with a bath, shower and WC. Venturing outside from the hallway, you will find a generous, private, enclosed garden, with patio area, garden furniture and BBQ. Located directly outside of the barn, it s the perfect spot for enjoying a meal outdoors. To the rear of the property, accessed via the kitchen, there is a communal courtyard and a children's play area shared with one other property. Ample off road parking can be found within the yard surrounding the property.

Barn in Mid Wales 5

Builth, Glamorgan, Wales

Barn in Mid Wales From £549 Availability

Wyeside Barn is set very near the banks of the River Wye, with delightful views and bordered by beautiful farmland. Walks straight from your door and a fantastic restored railway just along the road now an enchanting gallery and tearooms. Lots of pubs from walking distance to three miles away. Stunning scenery in every direction and marvellous towns to visit such as Hay on Wye, Builth Wells, where the Royal Welsh show is held annually and the cathedral town of Brecon. For the keen angler salmon fishing is on offer locally too. With the Brecon Beacons, the Black Mountains and the Forest of Dean all nearby, this is a super location to enjoy some of the UK s best landscapes. Enter into the spacious kitchen/diner with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and washing machine. The dining area with farmhouse table and chairs has patio doors leading out to the terrace and hot tub. The cosy lounge with leather sofa and wood burner effect electric fire has Freeview TV and DVD, with books and games for the family to enjoy. Up the stairs from the kitchen there are three good sized bedrooms, all leading from the central landing. The master double has an en suite shower and WC and an excellent balcony area with far reaching views of the valley and river, perfect for an early morning breakfast. There is a second double bedroom and a single bedroom with a small double bed, so could sleep 2 small children. There is a bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Outside there is your own private patio area around the property with private 7 seater hot tub, patio furniture, charcoal BBQ and parking for two cars. Farmland surrounding and the owner s farmhouse. There is storage by arrangement with the owner for bikes and canoes.

Log Cabin in Scottish Borders 2

Biggar, Lanarkshire, Scotland

Log Cabin in Scottish Borders From £695 Availability

Nestled in an elevated position enjoying magnificent valley views, on a large family run, working farm. The immediate area is a paradise for walking, biking and hiking with the nearby Tinto Hill, Culter Fell and Crosscryne to explore. The picturesque Royal Burgh of Biggar is close at hand with its fascinating museums and puppet theatre, numerous eateries, friendly country pubs and inns, bespoke quirky shops and art galleries to enjoy. Or enjoy a trip to the New Lanark World Heritage Site, a unique 18th century mill village and beautiful Dawyck Botanic Gardens. The wonderful cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh are within touring distance, with their fantastic leisure and shopping facilities. Venturing through the enclosed garden onto the decked area, you are met with this splendid, stylish micro lodge, perfect for a luxurious romantic glamping experience. Entering the property, you will find the comfortable sleeping area with a double bed to the rear of the pod, that is also partially screened off from the lounge, to enjoy the splendid views through the quirky window. The lounge area with TV/DVD and USB points, is the perfect place to relax after a day out exploring the beautiful local area. There is a dining table with seating, ideal for a romantic evening meal. The bespoke beautiful kitchen area is well equipped with two ring gas hob, fridge/freezer, Belfast sink and microwave. Finally completing the micro lodge is the spacious shower room with rainfall shower and WC. Heading outside onto the decked area with a private hot tub, ideal for relaxing and to enjoy the magnificent valley and countryside views towards Tinto Hill. This is also the perfect place for al fresco dining, with seating area and a gas BBQ to enjoy the stunning sunsets. You may also get the opportunity to spot the regular wildlife including deer, squirrels, barn owls, hares, rabbits and lots of garden birds. There is ample off road parking available next to the property.

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.

Derwent Garden Estate 18

Cockermouth, Cumbria, North of England

Derwent Garden Estate From £4252 Availability

Derwent Garden Estate can sleep eighteen people, and has just been renovated to an exceptionally high standard. This dog-friendly luxury self catering accommodation is ideal for families, walkers or anyone wishing to visit this beautiful peaceful part of the National Park. Situated at the end of a mile long private drive with its own six acre private landscaped gardens, Derwent Estate allows guests to truly relax and enjoy the peace and tranquillity of the surroundings.

Derwent is a historic building, its gardens sit on the border of the Lake District National Park with a prime position on a south-facing hillside with a panoramic view of Skiddaw, Grassmoor and the Lorton and Buttermere Valleys.

While renting the Estate, guests have full reign of the staggering six acre gardens which were designed by international landscape and garden designer Thomas Mawson in 1910. They were featured in Cumbria Life magazine in 1998, and in Country Life in June 2000. The gardens are beutiful and very large with many vantage points that give guests different views of the Lake District and the River Derwent below.

There are two stone summerhouses where guests can enjoy an evening tipple overlooking the beautiful view. Right in the heart of the garden, there is a stone BBQ and outside dining area perfect for making the most of any good weather. *Please note the following changeover days: week-long bookings must begin on Fridays, 3-night short stay bookings must also begin on a Friday and 4-night bookings are only available during the week and must begin on a Monday.

Derwent Garden Estate is situated in an amazing position overlooking the mountains of the Western Lake District just two miles from Cockermouth and 20 minutes from the beautiful town of Keswick.

Cockermouth is a pretty market town with a wide, tree-lined and flower-decked main street, boutique shops and a large supermarket. There is an interesting museum, two art galleries, and a sports centre with climbing wall and indoor swimming pool. Cockermouth has a wide range of excellent restaurants and a list of the owner's favourites is included in the welcome pack.

The traditional pastimes of the Lake District are easily accessible at this quieter end of the National Park. The estate is a great place for walkers to stay with so many of the Western Wainwright fells within 15 minutes drive.

There are three golf courses within ten miles, including Silloth, which is consistently voted as one of the top 10 links courses in the country. There is also some of the best fishing in England on the river Derwent.

Derwent Garden Estate is just a few miles from popular walking destinations like the Northern Wainwright Mountains, Crummock water, Buttemere and Loweswater Lakes and a five minute drive from the market town of Cockermouth. 

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