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326 Log Cabins with golf in the UK

Chasing a little white ball into a little white hole is popular all over the UK. But most log cabins are built in super scenery, so a local game of golf is a good bet for making the most of it. From a pitch and putt on site to a championship golf course nearby the log cabin locations below will make it easy for you to treat yourself to some golf time.

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Barn in North Cornwall 2

Bude, Cornwall, South West of England

Barn in North Cornwall From £391 Availability

Situated close to the border of Cornwall and Devon, this property is in the perfect location to explore both counties and the scenery and attractions they have to offer. Although it is in a quiet countryside location, the cottage is only four miles from the nearest beach: the golden sands of Widemouth Bay. Rugged cliffs and the picturesque coastline can be further explored thanks to the South West Coast Path. The seaside town of Bude is also nearby, offering a large selection of pubs, restaurants, cafes and shops, as well a swimming pool, golf courses, sandy beaches and much more. Further afield there are plenty of fishing villages to explore as well as both Dartmoor National Park and Bodmin Moor. This single storey cottage comprises of a king size bedroom, bathroom, lounge and kitchen/diner. In the bathroom there is a shower over bath and WC. The comfortable lounge contains a TV/DVD with Freeview as well as a hi fi, perfect for enjoying a quiet evening in. The well equipped and spacious kitchen is kitted out with appliances including a ceramic hob, electric oven, microwave, fridge with ice compartment, hot drinks machine, dishwasher and washer/dryer, while it also has a dining table. Guests can also look out onto the surrounding countryside views thanks to the large window seat. Bed linen, towels, Wi Fi, electric and central heating are all provided. The lounge opens out directly onto the patio, leading to the partially enclosed garden where you will find the hot tub. A BBQ can be supplied upon request. Ample off road parking is available.

Log Cabin in North Devon 6

Clovelly, Devon, South West of England

Log Cabin in North Devon From £620 Availability

Located just outside the unique fishing village of Clovelly, these lodges are ideally situated to explore both the North Cornish and the North Devon Coastlines. Only a short drive from the market town of Bideford with a retail park, pubs and restaurants, and the famous pannier market. Westward Ho! is close by with its two mile stretch of sandy beaches, arcades and independent eateries. Bude is slightly further afield, although still an easy drive with several sandy beaches, golf course, canal side artisan cafes, surf shops, a local history museum and art gallery. Other attractions such as The Milky Way, The Big Sheep Adventure Park, Dartington Crystal, RHS Rosemoor, Hartland Abbey and Hartland Quay are also within easy reach. Set directly on the water s edge of the lower lake this beautiful lodge is accessed via two steps on a large balcony. Step into the large open plan lounge/kitchen/diner and here you will find a well equipped kitchen with an electric oven and hob, microwave and fridge/freezer, dishwasher and a washing machine. The lounge is comfortably furnished with contemporary sofas and elegant soft furnishings, and the perfect place to relax in front of the TV with a glass of your favourite tipple. A door through to the hallway leads to three bedrooms: two double bedrooms, one with views of the lake, and a bunk bedroom which also overlooks the water. Completing the accommodation is a bathroom with Jacuzzi bath and WC, and a shower room with WC. Heading outside through the double doors is a generously proportioned balcony on which you can enjoy al fresco dining. Alternatively experience a barbeque right on the water s edge, and afterwards watch the sun go down with superb views of the lake.

Log Cabin in Angus 4

Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland

Log Cabin in Angus From £815 Availability

This lodge is nestled amid the spectacular scenery of the beautiful Glen Clova valley. The area has an abundance of wildlife and offers a wealth of outdoor activities, Munro bagging, walking, biking, loch and river fishing for salmon and trout and deer stalking. With an array of mountain ranges, lochs and country tracks to explore. Travel a little further to the historic famous town of Kirriemuir. That was the birthplace of J M Barrie, author of Peter Pan and Bon Scott of the Rock group ACDC. Golfers will also be delighted with the area boasting a number of fantastic local and links courses, including the championship course at Carnoustie. Stepping inside, take off your coats and boots and head through to the warm and inviting open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, where there is an impressive double vaulted ceiling. Put your feet up and snuggle up with something good on the TV/DVD. Rustle up a meal in the kitchen area with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine and enjoy the result at the nearby dining table. Head through to the bright and airy king size bedroom with double vaulted ceiling where you will get a peaceful night s rest and the en suite shower room and WC will get you ready for the day s activities ahead. There is a further twin bedroom which also benefits from an en suite shower room and WC. Lastly the indoor sauna is a real treat and will soothe those legs after a day hiking. Outside you dine alfresco and spend your days relaxing in the hot tub and enjoying the surrounding scenery. There is ample off road parking.

Log Cabin in Angus 4

Kirriemuir, Angus, Scotland

Log Cabin in Angus From £815 Availability

Set amid the spectacular scenery of the beautiful Glenclova valley. The nearby area has abundant wildlife and a wealth of outdoor activities. These activities include Munro bagging, walking, biking, loch and river fishing for salmon and trout, to deer stalking. With an array of mountain ranges, lochs and country tracks to explore. Golfers will also be delighted with the area boasting several fantastic local and links courses, including the championship course at Carnoustie. Located a little further from the property is the historic famous town of Kirriemuir. That was the birthplace of J M Barrie, author of Peter Pan and Bon Scott of the Rock group ACDC. Head inside, take off your coats and boots and head through to the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner where you will find an impressive double vaulted ceiling. Put your feet up on the comfortable sofas and snuggle up with something good on the TV/DVD. Rustle up a family meal in the kitchen, equipped with electric oven and hob, fridge/freezer, microwave, dishwasher and washing machine and enjoy the results of your cooking at the dining table. Heading through to the bright and airy king size bedroom, with double vaulted ceiling, where you will get a good night s sleep, with en suite shower room and WC to get you ready for the day s activities ahead. There is a twin bedroom which also benefits from an en suite shower room and WC. Last, the indoor sauna, a real treat for soothing those aches after a day hiking the hills. Heading outside, you have the chance to dine alfresco or spend your days soaking in the hot tub and enjoying the surrounding scenery. There is ample off road parking.

Barn in The Highlands 4

Loch Ness, Highland, Scotland

Barn in The Highlands From £611 Availability

Situated on the Great Glen way route from Fort William to Inverness, the bustling village of Drumnadrochit is well known as the Nessie capital of Loch Ness because of its excellent Loch Ness Monster exhibitions. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy including climbing, hill walking, sailing, water sports, golf, horse riding, cycling and winter sports at the nearby Nevis Range. You can take a cruise on Loch Ness or visit the historic Urquhart Castle. It also offers a fine choice of bars, restaurants and shops, making it a popular destination and an excellent base for a Highland holiday. Inverness is just 16 miles away and offers a wide choice of restaurants, pubs, museums, theatres and shops. Enter this converted coach house and into the grand high ceilinged lounge/kitchen/diner which shows off the traditional layout along with a mezzanine balcony. On the right is the kitchen area which boasts a breakfast bar perfect for a morning fry up and electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. The lounge area is the main focal point with a leather sofa perfectly situated in front of the wood burner and TV which makes for the ideal spot to relax and unwind after a day out exploring the highlands. There are also double sliding doors which head directly out onto the patio. Head up the spiral staircase to the mezzanine level which is great to sit and relax with a book or to play a few games from the choice on offer. To the right of the living area you will find a bunk bedroom to your left and next is the bathroom with bath and WC. Finally at the end of the hall is the double bedroom with en suite shower room and WC. Outside you will find a patio area with seating and views over the local stream. Private parking for three cars available.

Barn in South Cornwall 2

Launceston, Cornwall, South West of England

Barn in South Cornwall From £372 Availability

The property is approached via a long private driveway and is perfect for those requiring peace and tranquillity. There are no street lights so you can watch the stars. The only sounds are countryside sounds as you watch another lovely sunset from the raised balcony. Wildlife is encouraged and you can see and listen for foxes, buzzards, owls and deer. There are some wonderful walks direct from the property and surrounding areas, perfect for taking dogs. You will be ideally placed for touring both Cornwall and Devon with a host of attractions to suit all tastes, which include Bodmin Moor, The Eden Project, Plymouth with its National Marine Aquarium and The Barbican, St Mellion, Launceston and Trethorne Golf Courses and several National Trust properties. If industrial heritage is of interest Dingles Steam Village, Launceston Steam Railway and the Finch Foundry, provide some interesting days out during your cottage holiday. Laid out over a single storey, the accommodation has been decorated and furnished to a high standard, and contains a double bedroom, shower room with WC and open plan lounge/kitchen/diner. Many original features of the barn, such as the wooden ceiling beams, can still be seen throughout. The double bedroom is cosy and inviting, and also features a Smart TV . Most of your time indoors will be spent within the open plan living space, which is perfect for having a night in. A Smart TV with Netflix provide the entertainment in the lounge, with the multi fuel burner helping to make those cold nights warmer. Coal and logs are included so that you can really make the most of the fuel burner during your stay. For some spectacular views, step out from the lounge through the patio doors to a raised balcony with seating the perfect spot to watch the sun go down. In the kitchen, you will find everything you need to prepare some simple meals an oven, hob, fridge and microwave while there is also a utility shed with a fridge/freezer and a washing machine. Please note that while babes in arms are welcome, we regret that the property is unsuitable for older children. There is space for a travel cot in the main living area outside the bedroom door. Outside of the property, there is an enclosed garden where any dogs you bring along can roam freely. There is a 2 acre paddock available to the front of the property; a perfect place to exercise your dogs however please note this is not enclosed. The seating provided means you can also relax and look out onto the glorious surrounding views. Ample parking is provided

Barn in North Devon 6

Chulmleigh, Devon, South West of England

Barn in North Devon From £1058 Availability

Located close to the Tarka Trail, and with a myriad of footpaths and bridleways leading from the property, this is an idyllic spot for sure. Discover the moors or the coastline in the area, each offer something different, relaxing surroundings and walks set midway between the wild expanses of Dartmoor and Exmoor. The rugged coastline and sandy beaches of the North and South Devon coasts make it an ideal base to explore or enjoy a day at the seaside. Along with all the other local popular attractions, some of which include Eggesford Forest, RHS Rosemoor and Dartington Crystal. There is also a short hole golf course nearby or if you fancy a real treat, there is a spa just a short drive away. Upon arrival, a short stroll through the gated shared garden leads you to the entrance. The central area houses the open plan kitchen/diner where you can enjoy some downtime and cook up a feast or just relax and plan your next day s adventure. The kitchen is well equipped with an electric oven and hob, microwave, dishwasher, fridge/freezer and Nespresso coffee machine. The separate lounge is cosy and has ample comfy seating and a Smart TV. There are three bedrooms, the first of which is a twin room on the ground floor. Next door is a king size room and opposite is a family bathroom with a bath and WC. Upstairs, is the third bedroom, a twin room with an en suite with shower and WC (please note there is restricted head room on this floor due to being in the eaves). Heading outside through large glazed doors, there is a solid stone terrace with garden furniture and a gas BBQ. Enjoy the warmth of the above ground swimming pool (available by separate additional cost 250 payable to the owner at least 7 days prior to arrival) or just lay back under the oak tree and enjoy the peace and quiet. There is a beautiful summer house lovingly called the 'Japanese Tea House' where you can sit and sip a cup of tea and enjoy the country views. There is off road parking for up to three cars.

Barn in Mid Wales 4

Clyro, Herefordshire, Heart of England

Barn in Mid Wales From £512 Availability

Sleeping four guests, this rural retreat is surrounded by countryside, yet within 3 miles of shops and amenities in Clyro village and Hay on Wye. It s the ideal getaway for families or friends who want to holiday together. Discover the delights of the Brecon Beacons National Park (3 miles) and explore wild moorland with four legged friends. Stroll to the River Wye, or Llangorse Lake (11 miles) for outdoor activities from fishing, canoeing, and rafting, to hang gliding, abseiling, and golf. Cyclists and hikers are just 5 miles from the Gospel Pass, set high above the Vale of Ewyas in the magnificent Black Mountains. Potter around Hay on Wye, the town of books , which boasts a variety of cafes, boutiques, and the renowned Hay Festival (each May/June) . Step inside this characterful cottage, set in the East wing of a 16th century home. Relax in the spacious open plan living area with ample seating, plus a TV and DVD player where you can unwind and watch films after a long day s hike. Rustle up a feast in the fitted pine kitchen, featuring a built in electric oven, hob, dishwasher, fridge, and microwave; and catch up on the day around the dining table. Throw open the living room doors and let the rays shine through from the sunny patio. The family bathroom is also on the ground floor with a bath, separate shower, and WC, while two cosy bedrooms can be found upstairs a comfortable twin bedroom, and a double bedroom complete with cosy dressing gowns. Outside, you ll find a private BBQ patio with garden furniture; plus additional facilities shared with the two neighbouring holiday cottages (all three cottages can be booked together). Enjoy family fun in any weather with the shared play barn featuring table tennis, short tennis, and toys. There s also a shared utility room with a washing machine and tumble dryer, and a fenced meadow by open fields.

Log Cabin in Cumbria 2

Keswick, Cumbria, North of England

Log Cabin in Cumbria From £994 Availability

Only 4 miles from the market town of Keswick, this is the perfect base to get out and explore the Northern Lakes and fells. The pretty village of Threlkeld is just over a mile away, it has a couple of great country pubs, a golf course and a cricket club. Discover some fabulous walks from your front door, this area is a haven for watching wildlife, walking and cycling. Helvellyn, Skiddaw and Catbells are all on your doorstep and there are lots of outdoor activities in the local area, including sailing, climbing and horse riding or 4x4 off roading. For adrenaline junkies why not try Go Ape or visit the local Alpaca centre where you can walk an Alpaca. This pretty, well equipped shepherd hut is open plan with a raised double bed, wall mounted TV and a dining area looking out through the French doors over the Fells. The cute bijou kitchen area is perfectly equipped to rustle up a nice breakfast or romantic dinner with an electric combi oven, microwave, grill, electric hob and fridge. There is a shower room with WC off the main living space. Head outside you will find a private seating area to the front of the property overlooking the Fells and a private hot tub which is delightful after a day out exploring! There is private parking for one car.

Log Cabin in Ayrshire 20

Muirkirk, Ayrshire, Scotland

Log Cabin in Ayrshire From £1762 Availability

The house sits in the ruggedly gorgeous area of moorland where many species of bird reside take a scenic walk along the River Ayr way to discover these wonderful animals in their natural habitat. For more cosmopolitan pursuits, head to Cumnock, a historic town nestled around the meeting place of the Glaisnock and Lugar Waters. Or, if there are keen golfers in your party, several magnificent golf courses, including Turnberry and Troon lay within 40 miles, perfect for a day trip. Arrive at the property through miles of unobserved countryside. Tucked away amid the fields, it appears as a gorgeous, grass roofed mirage. Inside, cabin like rooms offer cosy, sociable space a living room with an open fire and a plethora of sofas, a kitchen, drawing room, and dining room, so you can gather together and enjoy telling tales of your day. On the same level, the bedrooms offer a variety of hideaways for every guest, including one family bedroom in each wing of the house, with a double, bunk bed and single bed ideal for growing families. Each bedroom is clad with wood with delightful rustic details, so you'll really feel like you're out in the sticks. Outside, there's ample space to enjoy the great outdoors at your feet. With a massive decked area wrapping the property, with picnic furniture for al fresco dining, and a private garden, you'll be able to bring the party into the fresh air.