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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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Bramble Lodge 4

Callow Hill, Worcestershire, Heart of England

Bramble Lodge From £625 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.

Log Cabin in Dumfries and Galloway 2

Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Log Cabin in Dumfries and Galloway From £810 Availability

Perfectly positioned on the splendid Rascarrel Bay, only two miles from the pretty coastal village of Auchencairn, with restaurant, cafe and post office shop. Within easy reach of Dalbeatie and the bustling market towns of Castle Douglas Scotland s Food Town and Kirkcudbright the artist s town . Explore the historic Dundrennan and Sweetheart Abbeys and enjoy a trip to the castles of Caerlaverock, Drumlanrig and Threave. Golfers will be delighted with an impressive 32 courses in the region. Spot the local wildlife including badgers, roe deer, buzzards, red squirrels and otters on site. Porpoises, dolphins and seals can be seen along the coast too. Entering the stylish luxurious lodge up a small flight of steps, into the spacious hallway which is the ideal place to store all outdoor clothing. Venturing into the fabulous spacious open plan lounge/kitchen/diner with floor to ceiling full length windows, to admire the stunning coastal views. The lounge has comfortable sofas, TV/DVD and French doors leading out to the enclosed decked area and is a great space to perhaps watch a film after a day out exploring or you could simply sit back and take in the breath taking sea views. The well equipped kitchen is the perfect place to cook up a storm with electric oven and gas hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, wine cooler and large central island with seating area. The dining area is the ideal place to enjoy romantic meals together, enjoying sea and patio views and with French doors leading out to the hot tub. Heading back through the hallway you are met with the wonderful king size bedroom, with magnificent sea views, TV and large dressing room. Followed by the exceptionally spacious bathroom, with beautiful contemporary free standing bath, large separate shower with double headed rain shower and WC. Finally completing the spacious accommodation is the handy utility with washing machine and tumble dryer. Stepping outside onto the spacious fully enclosed large patio area, which provides a safe haven for dogs. Relax and enjoy a dip in the private hot tub and admire the stunning sea views. Enjoy al fresco dining and lazy evening star gazing across the bay. There is also a fully covered deck area, with seating and fantastic multi coloured, twinkling star ceiling mood lighting. The private drive has ample off road parking at the side of the lodge.

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

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

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.



Inglethorpe Hall 20

King's Lynn, Norfolk, East of England

Inglethorpe Hall From £4687 Availability

It is little wonder that the magnificent Grade II listed Inglethorpe Hall has won prestigious awards including Norfolk Wedding Venue of the Year. This accolade in the Prestige Awards 2021 is due to the hall’s fabulous reception spaces, a delightful terrace and the wide, sweeping lawns and rolling parkland that surround this gorgeous property. The grounds are a photographer’s and a holidaymaker’s dream. Inglethorpe Hall, built in 1745, is set in thirty acres in Ingoldisthorpe on the boundary of the Royal Estate of Sandringham. It is a location perfect for birdwatchers, lovers of vast sandy beaches and huge skies, golfers, foodies, sailors, cyclists, walkers and families. With nine bedrooms sleeping up to twenty guests, Inglethorpe Hall is perfect for special events, special occasions, family get togethers, yoga and art retreats and corporate events. This fabulous location is within easy reach of the sensational sands of Holme next-the-Sea, Brancaster, Holkham and Wells next-the-Sea, superb nature and wildlife reserves, historical houses including Royal Sandringham and Houghton Hall, the National Trust’s Blicking Estate, Felbrigg Hall and Oxburgh Hall, the charming market towns of Burnham Market and Holt and the most fabulous selection of fine dining restaurants and gastropubs. Wildlife lovers are in for a treat with RSPB Snettisham, RSPB Titchwell, the Holme National Wildlife Trust, Pensthorpe Waterfowl Park and Blakeney National Nature Reserve all quite close by. Inglethorpe Hall has been beautifully renovated whilst maintaining its historic charm and fabulous nods from the past. Some of the nine bedrooms enjoy original four-poster beds and throughout the house you will discover fabulous period features including huge fireplaces, enormous sash windows, attractive cornicing and plaster finishes and beautiful floors. The entertaining spaces are just brilliant with two spacious inter-connecting sitting rooms, a television and games room, a snug, a large social kitchen and breakfast room and a separate formal dining room. Fabulous wallpapers and colour palettes have been chosen to make the rooms look amazing whilst creating a feeling of ‘home away from home’. You will feel immensely welcome and comfortable while enjoying these grand spaces. The attention to detail is amazing and it will take you all week to take everything in. Inglethorpe Hall is the perfect venue for small, intimate weddings with its two beautiful reception rooms and stone steps leading to a generous terrace and rolling parkland. The reception rooms are drowned in natural light and offer fireplaces alongside sumptuous furnishings to create a cosy, warm atmosphere. Alongside vintage furniture, you will sink into modern sofas, all adorned with attractive scatter cushions. The artwork is traditional and totally in keeping with this beautiful house. The characterful dining room enjoys two large tables, atmospheric beams and elegant decor for a wedding meal or group dining. The country kitchen is very sizeable with everything you need to prepare hearty and delicious meals. The house also boasts a large pantry for all of your supplies. The television and games room offers several games tables including table tennis, pool and table football. There is an excellent selection of films and a very large television. It is a very popular room for young ones after a day on the beach. The snug is the ideal space to disappear to with the Sunday newspapers and a cup of tea. The hallways are all beautifully presented with antique furniture and paintings. The bedrooms are all on the upper floor, five of them enjoying ensuite bathrooms and the remaining north wing rooms sharing a family bathroom. There are three masters, one at each end of the house and the other enjoying a central position. Each bedroom offers its own lavish styling, four with four poster beds, others with kingsize beds or twin beds and one with bunk beds. One of the larger bedrooms enjoys a day bed with a pull-out mattress underneath that can be used for two children. Some of the rooms boast fireplaces adding to their character and they all enjoy vintage furnishings and rugs. They are utterly charming, boasting fabulous colour palettes, attractive floral wallpapers and many handpicked touches. You feel that this is a much loved house. The rooms offer large sash windows which not only keep them bright airy, guests enjoy beautiful views of the gardens and parkland. The bathrooms have all been beautifully revamped and are presented with style and luxury. There are a mix of corner baths, walk-in showers and freestanding baths. You will feel pampered for sure. The grounds of Inglethorpe Hall are a total delight with tall, proud trees offering shade, a large terrace beautifully furnished for alfresco dining and drinks and acres of lush lawn and parklands. The Cedar of Lebanon tree at the front of the house is believed to be over five hundred years old. Inglethorpe Hall is the perfect place to get together in large groups, to enjoy countryside tranquility, to enjoy breathtaking views over to the coast and to celebrate. You will leave with magical memories of this grand old house and its many qualities. *The three booking options available at Inglethorpe Hall are: 3 night weekend stay, a 4 night midweek, or a whole week. Changeover days are Monday and Friday. 1 and 2 night bookings are available, but are priced at the same rate as 3 night bookings. *Although Inglethorpe Hall is listed as having 9 bedrooms, sleeping up to a maximum of 20 people, there are 3 additional cottages (sleeping up to an additional 14 people) located within the grounds that can be rented at an additional cost. Please ask our concierge team for additional information regarding prices for the additional cottages. 

Inglethorpe Hall enjoys a fabulous countryside location in Ingoldisthorpe on the boundary of the Royal Estate of Sandringham in North Norfolk. It is a fabulous area close to phenomenal sandy beaches, prestigious golf courses and famous historic houses including Sandringham.

Just around the corner is Snettisham, popular for RSPB Snettisham which is only a five minute drive from the house. Here you will see waders, wildfowl and, between August and January, you will see tens of thousands of birds leaving the mudflats and landing in the Snettisham hides. You will experience spectacular aerial displays and watch huge numbers of pink-footed geese fly over from Iceland. The estate is also home to resident barn owls and that soft hooting is joyful. Just a short drive away on the coast is RSPC Titchwell, another popular spot for birdwatchers. Pensthorpe Waterfowl Park is very popular with families.

Golfers can enjoy rounds at Heacham Manor Golf Club, Fakenham Golf, Searles Golf Club, Hunstanton Golf, Royal Cromer Golf and Kings Lynn Golf Club. Not only do most of the courses enjoy beautifully manicured greens nestled in a landscape of dunes, they also come with stunning sea views.

The area is also excellent for sailing. Coastal Exploration Company offers a variety of options for day and half-day trips and sailing lessons. One of the most popular boat trips is from Morston to see the seals at Blakeney. There are plenty more boat trips, one being from Hunstanton which is very close to Inglethorpe Hall.

There are many wonderful beaches within easy reach of the house. Old Hunstanton is just ten minutes away with its gorgeous dunes, soft sand, big skies and a sea full of wind and kitesurfers. At one end of the beach you will find the lighthouse and, tucked in the dunes, are some colourful beach huts. The beach continues into Hunstanton where you can enjoy the family amusement arcades, shops and cafes. In the opposite direction, the blissful Holme next-the-Sea Beach is just stunning. The dunes, wildflowers and the boardwalk are wonderful. It is never very busy here, even in the August. It is popular with horse riders and dogs for its huge expanses of sand. Just along from Holme is Brancaster, a designated area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The most famous of the North Norfolk beaches is Holkham Bay. The beach is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful stretches of sand in the country. With a glorious semi-circle basin filling to form a spectacular shallow lagoon at high tides, this beach is famous for the closing scene in Gwyneth Paltrow’s ‘Shakespeare in Love’. You can walk from Holkham to Wells, a beautiful walk past dunes, colourful beach huts and plenty of small rivulets and streams.

The Holkham Estate is huge at 25000 acres. Holkham Hall is rich in history, architecture and wildlife. The seat of the Earl of Leicester, this elegant 18th century mansion is still a much loved, lived-in family home which visitors can also enjoy. There are 6 acres of walled garden, originally laid out by Samuel Wyatt in the late 1700’s. Visitors enjoy the walking and cycling paths, the lakes, watching the deer, the tree top high ropes course with its swings, bridges and ziplines, rowing boats, canoes and kayaks on the lake and the woodland play area. It is an outstanding family excursion.

If you enjoy a potter around the shops, Burnham Market and Holt are perfect. Brimming with unique independent shops, welcoming gastropubs such as the Hoste, cute delis, cafes and galleries, all around a delightful village green, Burnham Market is incredibly popular. The August arts and crafts fair is fabulous with craft stalls, pop up eateries, puppet shows, alfresco dining and a very jolly atmosphere. Holt is another Norfolk gem, again with wonderful art galleries, eateries and charm. Drove Orchards between Holme next-the-Sea and Brancaster is another shoppers paradise with some gorgeous shops, Gurneys fish shop, an excellent garden shop and the famous Eric’s fish and chips and pizza restaurants. Just a little further comes the outstanding Thornham Deli.

North Norfolk is wonderful for hiking and cycling. The woods at Sandringham are wonderful with a selection of different trails. Sandringham, the much-loved country retreat of Her Majesty the Queen, has been the private home of four generations of British Monarchs since 1862. You can pay to visit the beautiful Sandringham Gardens and Sandringham House. You can also visit St Mary Magdalene Church where you see the royal family on many Christmas mornings, the children’s playground and the parkland.

Amberstone Manor 18

Chulmleigh, Devon, South West of England

Amberstone Manor From £9450 Availability

This is a 19th Century country house, situated in the unspoiled Devon countryside, nestled between Exmoor and Dartmoor. The Amberstone Manor, set in 5 acres of landscaped gardens and 20 acres of river meadows, has been totally refurbished and offers nine beautifully-appointed bedrooms all with en-suite bathrooms. It sleeps up to eighteen adults and is able to provide additional accommodation for children or staff on request. The house is in two parts. The main part has a ground floor with two very large reception and dining areas and a lounging TV room to relax in. There is also a large farmhouse style kitchen with ancilliary rooms and the dining room that seats eighteen. All have large windows, mostly double aspect, allowing in the south facing sun and light. The two floors above contain seven bedrooms, each with en-suite facilities. The courtyard is home to a further two additional bedrooms, the studio and the cobbled room. Additionally the courtyard contains a large spectacular room (11m x 6m) that can be used for functions, conferences, dance, yoga and table tennis. The adjoining room is a huge but restful snooker room (full size table), library and flat screen TV. The house sits comfortably in five acres of gardens and pastures with uninterrupted views across a valley of woods and river towards distant Dartmoor. Immediately around the house are formal gardens that were laid out in Victorian times. To the west is a private sunken salt water swimming pool set amongst tropical plants, while on a lower terrace is a tennis court of green artificial grass surrounded by a hundred Rhododendron bushes. The south facing terraces are built from fossilised limestone from Malta, but underneath is a very English Victorian garden grotto. A lawn for croquet, an orchard for apples, a vegetable garden for fresh produce all add up to the quintessential English country garden. Facilities include an outdoor heated (heated by solar panels) salt water pool(The swimming pool is open from the 1st May through to the end of September),infra red sauna, yoga and dance room, TVs and DVDs in most of the rooms, grass tennis court, snooker room, croquet lawn and extensive gardens. Wi-fi is available throughout. There is a full meet and greet service with the house.  The owner will show you around and show you how everything works to make sure you are happy before you are left to enjoy your holiday! Amberstone Manor is the perfect place for house parties, celebrations, family get-togethers, or a relaxing retreat. We love it here so much that we chose Amberstone as the venue for one of our spectacular blogger retreats, offering a taste of the unique Oliver's Travels holiday experience.

Check out this round up from the Luxury Columnist. ***Please note that 3 night weekend stays must start on a Friday. ***For July and August, the maximum stay is 6 nights, arriving on a Friday and departing on a Thursday (no 7 night stays are possible during this period, due to the time it takes to prepare the house for Friday arrivals). For these 6 night stays, the check in time will be 5pm on the Friday, and the check out time will be 11am on the Thursday.***

The house is located at the edge the village of Chulmleigh in the heart of North Devon. North Devon boasts astonishing scenery with countless surfing beaches and rugged landscape boarding Dartmoor. It is the ideal location for adventure seeking enthusiast. Local Activities
A wide range of fabulous activities can be  recommended by the owners in the local area including Horse riding, Golf, Fishing, Clay pigeon shooting, Paint ball and Gliding | Microlight flying. The area has many great off – road footpaths through woods, meadows and the dramatic North coast beaches, one is a spectacular Unesco heritage site. Walking and Cycling
Take you pick form a wide selection of stunning local walks and hikes in the area.  Cycle from Dartmoor to the sea on old disused railway line known as “the tarka trail”.

An 18-hole short course in Chulmleigh, less than five minutes walk away.  Then advance to to the full-size course some ten minutes away at Highbullen Hotel Golf and Country Club.  Alternatively, visit the premier Atlantic Links course at Saunton Golf Club and play their East Course which is rated 60 in the world by Golf World Magazine.

Horse riding
Exmoor and Dartmoor National Parks are the perfect places to visit for a horse lovers. Chulmleigh also has a local stables for horse riding lessons and hiring. explore the multitude of forestry tracks and bridleways, some through Eggesford Forest.

There are many wonderful venues for fishing close by. The Little Dart is a ‘late running river’ so fish arrive later in the year.  The Taw is best for salmon in the spring and is good for sea trout from May onwards.  There are also several coarse fishing lakes in the area, including the popular Stafford Moore.  The Torridge and the River Mole, Catham Lakes and Huntacott Water are all close by.

Other Activities
Light aircraft, gliding and microlight flying sessions at Eaglescott Airfield, only 15 minutes away.  Clay pigeon and game shoots, including Trenchard, Colleton Manor and Clovelly.

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.

Gwynedd House 20

Criccieth, Gwynedd, Wales

Gwynedd House From £3995 Availability

Treat yourselves to a peaceful and tranquil break in this luxurious ten bedroom, C16th country house. The house sits snugly in the mountainous area of Snowdonia, North Wales, just a short walk from the sandy delights of the Llŷn Peninsula and the bustling seaside town of Criccieth.

Gwynedd House offers large group accommodation, either on a self-catering basis or with in-house catering. Local activities range from golf to surfing.

Sleeping up to twenty-one guests, this south facing, fantastic house is set in seven acres of garden and woodlands and is perfect for large parties wanting to celebrate a special occasion!

Over 400 years old, this country home was once the home of the family of Lloyd George, the Liberal Prime Minister, in the late 1900s. More recently the property has been used as a lovely country hotel. Set in seven acres of land, there is more than enough space for the whole family to enjoy! The gardens have been beautifully maintained, the seating area is the perfect spot to relax with a glass of Pimms amongst the beautiful azaleas, hydreangea and roses, while watching your loved ones enjoy a game of tennis! On a warm Summer's evening there is nowhere better to be than on the terrace watching the sunset while making use of the barbecue and dining al fresco. Spring, summer, autumn or winter, Gwynedd House welcomes you year round!

From your luxurious base at Gwynedd House, enjoy the best that North Wales has to offer:

The house is a stone’s throw from Criccieth Golf Club (with special prices for golfing parties staying at the house). Other local golf clubs include Nefyn, Pwllheli, St David's, and Porthmadog. Oliver's VIP concierge team can arrange tee times for you, plus a 10% discount. Maximum golfing parties: 10 (single occupancy), or up to 18 sharing. Local Attractions
- Portmeirion Village & Gardens

- Festiniog Railway - Welsh Highland Railways
- Lloyd George Museum

- Caernarfon Castle
- Conwy Castle

Local Activities

Zip World

From the longest zipwire in the world to Bounce Below, a huge subterranean playground, Zip World is located on 3 sites in Wales and offers adrenalin-fuelled experiences for all ages.
a) Penrhyn Quarry Bethesda (Velocity and Quarry Tour)
b) Zip World Forest at Betws y Coed (Zip Safari, Plummet and Skyride)
c) Slate Caverns Blaenau Ffestiniog (Titan, Bounce Below and Caverns)

Lon Eifion Cycle Route
This scenic route from Caernarfon to Bryncir runs alongside the Welsh Highland Railway and offers wonderful views of Caernarfon Bay and Snowdonia.

Surf Snowdonia
A revolutionary world-first inland surf lagoon roughly the size of six football pitches, set in the lush, green Conwy Valley in the lee of the Snowdonia mountains.

Bear Grylls Dragon Raiders Activity Park
Survival academy, paintball park and Segway adventures based in the heart of north Wales.

Pen Llyn Lusitano Stud and Riding Centre
Trekking, stable days, beach rides and lessons from the leading Lusitano stud in the UK.

Porth Neigwl (Hells Mouth) – West Coast Surf  

Hells Mouth Surf School offers quality, fully qualified, insured and regulated surf school on the Peninsula since 1996 and have helped thousands of people with their first surfing experience.

Coed y Brenin not only has miles of exceptional singletrack for experienced and expert riders, but also great family and intermediate trails for all abilities. Bring your own or hire a bike.

Antur Stiniog Downhill Trails
Stiniog offers six fantastic downhill mtb trails, graded blue to black and the best mountain bike uplift service in the UK. Also offered is mountain bike coaching to riders of all levels, from beginner to expert; from trail riders to downhill racers.

Abersoch Sailing School
Sailing and powerboat lessons, sea kayaks, paddle boards, pedalos and ringo rides. Equipment available to hire.
Click here to find out more!

Glasfryn Park
Go Karting, Quad Biking, Wakeboarding, Ten Pin Bowling and a Soft Play Centre (and much much more!). Homemade food is served all day. Admission and Parking is FREE!
Redline Indoor Karting
Groups and individuals are catered for, from absolute beginners to corporate hospitality events - all under the expert supervision of fully trained staff.

Beacon Climbing Centre

The largest indoor climbing centre in North Wales, welcoming all climbers and offering a full range of indoor climbing from relatively easy challenges for those new to the sport to fiendishly difficult climbs capable of testing the best climbers around.
Walking in Snowdonia
Snowdon itself, is obviously the prime destination for many with 6 popular routes to the summit of varying difficulties, but endless other walking routes around Snowdonia and the Llyn.

Dwyfor Health and Nordic Walks
Nordic Walking Taster sessions from the grounds of Mynydd Ednyfed to guided 6 hour walks further afield.

Shearwater Coastal Cruises

Specialising in scenic coastal cruises, visiting off-shore seal and seabird colonies where you can usually see and are regularly joined by the resident dolphins. Recommended Food & Drink
- Ty-Coch Inn
- Dylan's Restaurant Criccieth

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.


Jasmine Lodge 6

Bideford, Devon, South West of England

Jasmine Lodge From £321 Availability

Situated on the edge of Hartland Forest on a secluded golf course, amidst unspoilt rolling countryside, this privately owned lodge offers quality accommodation in a peaceful location. Stylishly furnished and well equipped throughout, the open plan living room with kitchen and dining area benefits from lovely countryside views. There are two sets of patio doors, one opening out onto a decked veranda and one onto a gravel patio, ideal for leisurely al fresco meals or a relaxing glass of wine in the evening.  There are three attractive bedrooms, the double having an ensuite bathroom and the two twin rooms being served by a separate shower room. There are two well stocked course fishing lakes on site which guest can use free of charge. For the more energetic, guests are welcome to use the facilities at Penstowe Park just a short drive away, which 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 dramatic National Trust coastline and picturesque villages of Clovelly and Bucks Mills are less than five miles away and the wide sandy surfing beaches at Bude, Sandy Mouth or Westward Ho! just a little further. Ideal for family groups, couples or friends, this comfortable Lodge is a perfect base from which to explore this beautiful area.


Accommodation: Open plan living area with TV with freeview, DVD player, video player and CD/radio/tape player. Kitchen area with electric cooker, microwave, refrigerator, freezer and dishwasher. Bedroom 1 with King and ensuite bathroom with bath and fitted shower over bath, WC and basin. Bedroom 2 with Twin. Bedroom 3 with Twin. Shower room with WC and basin.

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


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