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1667 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 South Wales 4

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £626 Availability

Secluded converted henhouse set in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid providing an amazing backdrop. Three miles to the delightful, historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, with regular food festivals and markets to enjoy. Visit nearby galleries, museums and historic castles at Grosmont, White Castle and Raglan. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. There are plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye, the town of books, which is within easy reach. Entering into the property, the interior is a marvellous surprise with a light and airy feel, achieved with a contemporary finish following a conversion in 2017. Step into the open plan lounge/kitchen/diner, the double height ceiling adds to the spacious feel of this impressive room. There are two leather sofas alongside a large coffee table to play games or just watch the Smart TV. Beyond, there is a kitchen with electric oven and induction hob, microwave, fridge and dishwasher, the washing machine. This welcoming space also has the dining area with a marvellous table and benches and bi fold doors leading to the outside world. All laid out across the ground floor there are two bedrooms, a master king size with en suite shower room with WC and a twin bedroom (which can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom with WC. All in all, a fabulous and warming environment, with the benefit of underfloor heating, making this a super family or couples retreat at any time of year. Outside there is a large private enclosed garden, with patio area with furniture and lawn beyond. There is ample private parking adjacent to the property.

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.

Barn in North Devon 8

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.

Log Cabin in South Cornwall 2

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 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.

Barn in South Wales 10

Abergavenny, Gwent, Wales

Barn in South Wales From £1435 Availability

Secluded converted henhouse set in the Brecon Beacons National Park. Country and mountain walks are right on your doorstep, with the Sugar Loaf and Skirrid providing an amazing backdrop. Three miles to the delightful, historic town of Abergavenny with an eclectic mix of shops, pubs and restaurants, with regular food festivals and markets to enjoy. Visit nearby galleries, museums and historic castles at Grosmont, White Castle and Raglan. Interesting days out at Blaenavon Iron Works and The Big Pit or perhaps try star gazing at the Brecon Beacons Visitor Centre. There are plenty of activities to enjoy including riding, golf, kayaking on the Usk and Wye or a visit to Hay on Wye, the town of books, which is within easy reach. This beautiful property, lovingly converted in 2017 makes a perfect venue for a large group or family gathering, with the five en suite bedrooms and two open plan lounge/kitchen/dining spaces offering plenty of privacy for all involved. Entering the largest of these living spaces the double height interior is a marvellous surprise with a light and airy feel and clean contemporary finish. There are two leather sofas around a large coffee table where you can play games or watch the Smart TV. On the other side of the room is a stylish modern kitchen with granite peninsular equipped with an electric oven, large induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge freezer and Bluetooth speaker. Beyond the peninsular is a smart walnut dining table from where French doors lead to a patio area, with a teak dining table and chairs, and enclosed garden beyond. There are three bedrooms that lead from this large crisp living space: a spacious king size bedroom with a large en suite limestone wet room and WC, a king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC, and a twin room (that can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom. Through a corridor from the living area you'll find the second large open plan lounge/kitchen/dining space. Again there are two leather sofas around a reclaimed wood coffee table and Smart TV. This kitchen has a charming country character, and is well equipped with an electric oven with induction hob, dishwasher, microwave, fridge, washing machine and Bluetooth speaker. This bright welcoming space also has a marvellous pine dining table, with benches, that comfortably seats ten. Bi fold doors lead to a further patio area and enclosed garden. There are two bedrooms that lead from this living space: a spacious king size bedroom with en suite shower room and WC, and a twin room (that can be made up as a super king size on request) with an en suite bathroom. A fabulous and warming property, with underfloor heating that make this a super retreat at any time of year. Outside there are large enclosed gardens which are laid to lawn, there is a patio, garden furniture and lovely views. There is ample private parking by 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. 

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

Bluebell Lodge 2

Callow Hill, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Bluebell Lodge From £535 Availability




Situated in the heart of north Worcestershire amid stunning rural countryside, Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins provide a perfect romantic getaway for couples wishing to relax in tranquil surroundings, with complimentary sparkling wine and chocolates presented on arrival.

The striking self-catering log cabins offer four-star accommodation and have been honoured with a gold award from Visit Britain and are Winners of Destination Worcester Welcome Awards Self catering of the Year 2011 and Wedding Retreat of the Year 2011. Exclusively for adults, Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins cater for up to two individuals in Bluebell Lodge, and up to four in Bramble Lodge. The lavish solid wood cabins boast modern décor with fully fitted kitchens and an open-plan lounge/diner -  Jacuzzi baths found in both properties provide an opportunity for ultimate indulgence,  and your stay couldn’t be better catered for with everything except food and personal toiletries supplied for your convenience. The balcony and patio provide a lovely spot for deer and bird watching and taking in the panoramic and breathtaking scenery, with a barbecue and fire pit for an idyllic romantic evening. New for 2012 is a Hot Tub for  guests use situated in a lovely gazebo with views over the forest.

The surrounding farmland leads directly into theWyreForestfor exploration by walking, biking or horse riding (DIY stabling/grazing available), whilst numerous fishing pools, Golf courses give even more choice of activities. The Georgian town ofBewdley, Severn Valley Railway,WestMidlandSafari Parkand Go Ape Activity Centre are all nearby, and within walking distance there are several award winning restaurants and a local shop for your convenience. 

Forest View Retreat Holiday Log Cabins operate their own environmental policy to ensure the preservation of the picturesque countryside and have built a wildlife pond which feeds from collected rainwater.

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