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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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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.

Pebbleline House 10

Polpero, Cornwall, South West of England

Pebbleline House From £2060 Availability

A charming stone beach house sitting atop a cliff, just metres from a large sandy beach, with glorious views overlooking Whitsand Bay and the beautiful Rame Peninsula. Pebbleline House offers plenty of privacy just back from the historic harbour and fishing village, where you can enjoy all the fantastic features of this 3000 sq ft property, including your own outdoor Jacuzzi! The local village has both a hotel (with indoor leisure club) and an 18-hole (SSS 69) golf course (which runs partially along the coast). It also contains a pub and a local store/post office. The start of the Cornwall South West Coastal Path is a mere 50 metres from the house. The Area and the house are in a forgotten part of Cornwall not normally visited by the crowds, yet close enough to the general hustle and bustle of the main tourist attractions. The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Helegan are all about 30 minutes away.

Just a few hundred yards along the coast are large, spectacular, secluded soft sanded coves. In fact, these are so wonderful that its just like being on your own private Caribbean desert island (and that's no exaggeration).  The area is famous for its wreck diving, which boasts some of the best in the UK, with over 300 wrecks between Rame head and Fowey. The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth has won the bidding for the decommissioned warship, HMS Scylla, which will now be sunk off Whitsand Bay, Cornwall, to create an artificial reef. This will be the first of its kind in Europe, making the West country Britain's diving capital. Cornwall lies alongside the warm Gulf Stream and its mild climate makes all manner of plants, including sub-tropical ones, flourish here. South East Cornwall is a veritable gardeners' paradise: dozens of wonderful gardens, large and small, public and private, are open to visitors through most of the year, and are easily accessible. These include the famous Lost Gardens of Heligan, gardens of The National Trust and  many more properties open under the National Gardens Scheme. One experience not to be missed is the spectacular and unique Eden Project. The Project is easily accessible from your accommodation in South East Cornwall and is guaranteed to leave you enchanted, inspired and overawed! Built inside a crater 50 metres deep, the huge biomes constitute the biggest plant conservatory on earth! The house is a perfect starting point with the coastal path a mere 50 metres away, allowing you to slowly venture out, but with home not too far from sight.

Meadow Manor 15

Mundesley, Norfolk, East of England

Meadow Manor From £3181 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

FORESTVIEW RETREAT

WINNERS OF DESTINATION WORCESTERSHIRE SELF CATERING OF THE YEAR 2011 AND WEDDING RETREAT OF THE YEAR 2011

 

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.

Bramble Lodge 4

Callow Hill, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Bramble Lodge From £625 Availability

FORESTVIEW RETREAT

WINNERS OF DESTINATION WORCESTERSHIRE SELF CATERING OF THE YEAR 2011 AND WEDDING RETREAT OF THE YEAR 2011

 

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.

Cackle Hill Lodge 5

Biddenden, Kent, South of England

Cackle Hill Lodge From £297 Availability

Cackle Hill Lakes are located just outside the pretty village of Biddenden on the road to Headcorn.  Three well stocked lakes surrounded by willows and bullrushes and adorned with lily pads offer marvellous fishing opportunities for all levels of skill and interest.  Cackle Hill Lodge is set in the grounds but with its own fenced garden and parking space, perfectly placed for both fishing and golf with a Nick Faldo designed golf course just over the road.  Biddenden boasts a Michelin starred restaurant as well as a traditional tea shop and a popular pub, while Headcorn has a good selection of shops and a station with trains to London, Canterbury and the coast.  Shop: 1 mile  Pub:  1 mile Coast:  20 miles
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Ground Floor:
Living/Kitchen Room
  wooden floor is attractive and practical, lovely corner leather sofa, round table and chairs, wall mounted TV with built in DVD.  The Kitchen area is fitted with electric oven, hob and extractor hood, fridge with ice box, microwave, washing machine, slimline dishwasher and has an extensive range of crockery, cutlery and kitchen equipment
Bedroom 1 has double bed, bedside tables, wardrobe and leather sofa bed
Bedroom 2 has twin beds, bedside tables and wardrobe
Bathroom with P shaped bath and over-bath shower, chest of drawers, washbasin and w.c
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Garden:  Large, fenced and shingled with paved area for garden furniture and barbecue.  Useful attached storage room contains tumble dryer and space sufficient for fishing tackle, bicycles, golf clubs etc.
Parking: Plenty of space adjacent to lodge approached through double gates.
Heating: Oil central heating.
Notes: Please arrange fishing direct with the owners.

 

 

Shoretop Beachouse 7

Portwrinkle, Cornwall, South West of England

Shoretop Beachouse From £944 Availability

The house is a recently built beach house in a quiet, unspoiled Cornish Hamlet 30 metres from the beach on the south coast that is fantastic in both summer and winter.

Shoretop Beach House is situated on the south coast of Cornwall with spectacular views across Whitsand Bay towards the beautiful Rame Peninsula. It is located in an oasis away from the main village and is set back from a small, historical harbour and rocky foreshore leading to a large sandy beach.

The local village has a hotel with an indoor leisure club, an 18-hole (SSS 69) golf course which runs partially along the coast, a pub and a local store/post office. The start of the Cornwall South West Coastal Path is a mere 50 metres from the house.

The area and the house are in a forgotten part of Cornwall not normally visited by the crowds, yet close enough to the general hustle and bustle of the main tourist attractions. The Eden Project and The Lost Gardens of Helegan are all about 30 minutes away.

There is a lobster fisherman's shed to the right of house, so if guests ask him nicely he may bring a fresh Lobster for dinner.

Just a few hundred yards along the coast are large, quite spectacular, secluded soft sanded coves. These are so wonderful that they are just like being on a private Caribbean desert island, and that is no exaggeration. The rib makes an ideal way of accessing these and allows guests to spend the day having a great time partying and barbecuing. The area is famous for its wreck diving and boasts some of the best in the UK, with over 300 wrecks between Rame head and Fowey. The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth has won the bidding for the decommissioned warship, HMS Scylla, which will now be sunk off Whitsand Bay, Cornwall, to create an artificial reef. This will be the first of its kind in Europe, making the west country Britain's diving capital. Cornwall lies alongside the warm Gulf Stream, and its mild climate makes all manner of plants, including sub-tropical ones, flourish. Southeast Cornwall is a veritable gardeners' paradise. Dozens of wonderful gardens, large and small, public and private, are open to visitors through most of the year and are easily accessible. These include the famous Lost Gardens of Heligan, gardens of The National Trust and many more properties open under the National Gardens Scheme. One experience not to be missed is the spectacular and unique Eden Project. The project is easily accessible from the house in southeast Cornwall and is guaranteed to leave visitors enchanted, inspired and awed. Built inside a crater 50 metres deep, the huge biomes constitute the biggest plant conservatory on earth. The coastline is 630 miles of pure magic, depending on how high the visitors' pain thresholds. Guests who can only muster a mile or two will nonetheless be inspired by the sheer staggering beauty of this coastline. The house is a perfect starting point with the coastal path a mere 50 metres away, allowing a slow venture with home not too far from sight.

Beach Retreat 15

Dymchurch, Kent, South of England

Beach Retreat From £3678 Availability

Beach Retreat offers the ‘perfect beach and summer holiday’ with guaranteed safe sunbathing 365 days a year!

The house has been newly refurbished to an exceptional standard with king size beds, Jacuzzi bath, marble fireplaces, cinema room, real sunlight room, "St Tropez" style living area with beach bar, full DJ and light effect setup, large gardens and direct access to the sandy beach.

Occupying the ground floor of this former hotel, the property has been refurbished to an exceptional standard to provide a stylish and spacious holiday retreat, nestled in a quiet location at the end of a private road, with a large lawned garden and direct access to the sandy beach.

The retreat is one of the first in the country, alongside The Wholistic Medical Centre in Harley Street and Grange St Pauls 5* Hotel, to have installed ‘Real Sunlight’s’ innovative health-giving sun simulators. The sun room is part of the St Tropez-style large living area and provides a multi-sensory tropical haven where guests can top up their tan and feel fabulous since it is beneficial against a whole host of health conditions such as SAD, stress, arthritis, disorders and more.

Whether it is enjoying playing celebrity chef with the six-hob range cooker, spinning the vinyl decks as a superstar DJ, or relaxing in front of a great movie in the authentic cinema room featuring velvet cinema seats and popcorn machine, guests will have a great time in this house! Afetr busy days spent on the beach, guests of Beach Retreat are guaranteed an excellent night's sleep in one of the boutique, individually-themed bedrooms. On the ground floor are two king-size double rooms, both boasting luxury en-suite bathrooms and a single room. On the first floor, is a further "time travellers" themed twin room, a second twin room boasting its very own swing and a "surfer-style" bunkbed room, each completed with en-suite bathrooms. Also on this level is a further "Venetian-style" double room which has private use of the family bathroom.

The garden features a large lawned area with cast iron statue, an illuminated well stocked fish pond that houses Koi and goldfish, a small tropical garden, BBQ, outdoor daybed and garden furniture.

From Dover’s white cliffs to the magnificent Canterbury cathedral to the new Turner Gallery there’s so much to see and do in Kent. Shop on cobbled streets in Rye, experience safari adventures at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park, taste wines at Biddenden Vineyards, admire brightly-coloured orchards and beautiful countryside driving through picture card villages or visit impressive Bodiam or Leeds Castle.

Hythe has a lovely high street with plenty of antiques, small shops and restaurants. Folkestone’s Creative Quarter is a hive of arty activity with galleries galore. Folkestone Leas nature park overlooks the ocean and perfectly complements dinner at the Grand Hotel. Dungeness Nature Reserve is fascinating with fishermen’s huts and the largest expanse of shingle in Europe - a haven for wildlife spotters. Dymchurch Railway is a 15" gauge main-line in miniature, with operating steam and diesel hauled trains.  France is only an hour away with the Eurotunnel.

For rainy days and retail therapy, Ashford has a large outlet centre next to the International train station. There are several golf courses nearby such as Littlestone Warren (British open qualify rounds), Lydd, Hythe Imperial or Sene Valley.

Lakeview Lodge 8

Bideford, Devon, South West of England

Lakeview Lodge From £359 Availability

Privately owned detached holiday lodge sleeping 6/8 + cot

Quality accommodation in peaceful and very scenic location

Situated on a secluded golf course, set well back from the major link road between Bideford and Bude. The course occupies a superbly landscaped 114 acre site amidst unspoilt rolling countryside and moorland, on the edge of Hartland Forest, which is home to many roaming red deer. The dramatic National Trust coastline around Hartland and picturesque fishing villages and coves of Clovelly and Bucks Mills are less than 5 miles distant. Wide, sandy surfing beaches at Bude or Westward Ho! and the historic port, shopping and antiques centre of Bideford are also just a short, scenic drive away. There are character inns, village stores and a choice of quality restaurants nearby and guests are welcome to use the excellent private leisure facilities of Penstowe, including indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, jacuzzi, tennis, badminton and squash courts, within a scenic 10 mile drive. The picturesque and well maintained golf course has extensive water hazards, offering good sport for golfers at every skill level. Novice and young players welcome, yet the par 71 course also presents an interesting challenge to experienced, low handicap enthusiasts. Visitors to the lodge have unrestricted use (during daylight hours) of the 2 well stocked fishing lakes adjacent to the lodge.

This Scandinavian style lodge is a true home from home. It has been constructed to high standards and offers peace, privacy and delightful lake and country views. The accommodation is very well equipped and stylishly furnished to a very comfortable standard throughout and with double glazing and electric heating to provide year round warmth. Three bedrooms with built-in fitments - King-size double with lake views and with en-suite bathroom/wc and shower over bath. Two twin bedded (one with lake views). Attractive shower room/wc. Spacious living/dining room with flat screen TV, video, DVD, CD/radio, very comfortable suite with double bed-settee and door to fully enclosed decked verandah with garden furniture and BBQ unit. Fully fitted kitchen area with elec cooker, microwave, fridge/freezer and dishwasher. Two individual parking bays are provided.

3 Star VisitEngland *Bed linen and towels inclusive * All fuel costs inclusive* Cot and highchair available @ £10pw * Pets welcome * Couples and family parties only * Welcome pack including dog biscuits provided on arrival * No smoking * Available all year

Honeysuckle Lodge 4

Bideford, Devon, South West of England

Honeysuckle Lodge From £285 Availability

In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the Hartland Peninsular is famed for its landscape of wonderful contrasts. The stunning coastline, ancient woodlands and tumbling waterfalls are a walker's delight, and beach lovers have a choice of wide sandy bays or secluded rocky coves all within easy reach. Honeysuckle Lodge is situated on the edge of Hartland Forest on a secluded golf course, surrounded by glorious countryside with two well stocked fishing lakes guests are able to enjoy free of charge. The stylishly furnished open plan living room with dining area has wonderful views over the valley and the modern kitchen has everything you could need. There are two attractive bedrooms, the double having an ensuite shower room and the twin room being served by a separate bathroom. Outside there is a split level decked verandah where you can eat al fresco in the sunshine or enjoy peaceful evenings with a glass of wine while the sun goes down. When you are feeling energetic Penstowe Park, just a short drive away, welcomes Hartland Forest guests and features include indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, Jacuzzi, tennis, badminton and squash courts. Charges will apply and details are available in the Lodge and on the Penstowe Park web site. The entire North Devon and Cornwall coastline is easily accessible from the Lodge with the villages of Tintagel and Port Isaac to the south and world famous Clovelly to the north. Family attractions including The Milky Way and Big Sheep are just a child friendly drive away. Honeysuckle Lodge offers a great base to explore this fabulous area and with so much to see and do you really are spoilt for choice.

Accommodation: Ground floor.Open plan living area with TV with freeview, DVD player, video player and CD/radio/cassette player. Kitchen area with electric cooker, microwave, refrigerator/freezer and dishwasher. Bedroom 1 with King and ensuite shower room with shower, WC and basin.  Bedroom 2 with Twin. Bathroom with WC and basin.


Facilities and Services: Linen and towels. Electric heating. No Smoking. Patio furniture. 2 Pets welcome. One allocated parking space. Penstowe Park facilities carry an additional charge. Short breaks available. Arr/Dep for weekly bookings is Saturday.