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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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Dyrham House 11

Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Dyrham House From £5200 Availability

Dyrham House is an historic Grade II listed property located on the edge of the Cotswold Hills just outside the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath and the vibrant, artistic city of Bristol. The central hall with its stone mullion windows dates from 1570 with Georgian extensions added in 1850. It has been carefully and lovingly restored standing at the top of the village with views across the countryside and onto the hills beyond. The meticulous attention to detail can be seen in the quality of the interiors, where a sympathetic blend of both traditional and modern furniture and fittings creates a welcoming family home very much in harmony with its rural surroundings. The breath-taking gardens have had a much-coveted listing in the National Garden Scheme Yellow Book.

The front lawn slopes gently down to Boyd Brook, whose source is the underground spring in the grounds of the magnificent National Trust property Dyrham Park a few minutes walk away. The earliest suggestion of a park at Dyrham is in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which records the Battle of Deorham in AD 571 or 577, the name being thought to derive either from dwr meaning water and referring to the springs in the area, or from deor hamme, a deer enclosure. The deer park exists today and you can see the shapes of the 6th century hill fort in the fields beyond.

Sit on the south facing terrace and enjoy the delight of watching ducks alight on the brook or simply take in the breath-taking views and the stunning herbaceous borders in the main garden. There is an outdoor dining table on the terrace which seats 12 with a parasol for summer dining. The kitchen doors fold back to create an indoor/outdoor space in the summer. The sitting room doors also open onto the garden - perfect for a summer stay. In winter you will prefer closed doors and a wood burning fire in one of the many fireplaces throughout the house to give you that cosy, country house stay.

There are many walks in the area including one of the greatest walks in Britain, the Cotswold Way, which passes right through the village. You can join it for a 20 minute walk to Dyrham Wood or for the more intrepid to Bath itself - a wonderful, if hearty, walk that ends at Bath Abbey.

There are many other activities nearby; horse riding at Lucknam Park (also home to a Michelin starred restaurant and spa facilities), horse racing at the Bath race track, golf at Tracey Park the 240 acre park land and hotel a mere 5 minutes away, boating on the River Avon, hot air ballooning in nearby Bristol and tennis in Victoria Park, Bath.

The stunning, historic cities of Bath and Bristol offer a wealth of sightseeing and cultural activities from museums to art centres, cinemas and theatre including the Bristol Old Vic, one of the oldest and most revered theatres in Britain. There are four Michelin starred restaurants in Bristol. Both Bristol and Bath host antique markets, farmers markets and excellent independent shops. Bath is home to the ancient Roman Baths and the luxuriously modern Thermae Bath Spa, which houses the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain. In Bristol try a spa day and fine dining at The Lido the restored Victorian outdoor heated pool and spa in the city centre.

There are many other historic towns, villages and properties nearby which offer excellent family trips. Visit Lacock Abbey in nearby Lacock where Harry Potter was filmed or the thatched cottages of Castle Combe also home to the Michelin starred restaurant in the Combe Manor Hotel a 10 minute drive away.

Or enjoy the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Clevedon on the Severn Estuary 10 miles outside of Bristol, featuring the fully restored Victoria jetty, Clevedon Pier. Clevedon has seaside walks, a sailing club and the restored Victorian 'tidal pool' for swimming and kayaking. 10 miles outside of Bath is Longleat Safari Park in the grounds of the Elizabethan stately manor house.

Dyrham House is an oasis of tranquillity that will welcome you back to its beautiful, private setting from whatever fun trip you choose with your friends and family!

Dyrham House is located in one of the most picturesque parts of the country, right on the doorstep of the famous walking route The Cotswold Way. The local area is truly a walkers haven and you’ll find pamphlets in the house to direct you. You’ll benefit from the peace and quiet of a country retreat whilst still being easily accessible to the cultural hubs of Bath and Bristol.

As a UNESCO World Heritage city, you’d be silly to pass up a trip to Bath. With the Roman Baths, more museums than you can shake a stick at, markets and gorgeous Georgian architecture, there’s so much to do.

Bristol is a vibrant and forward-thinking city. With one of the country’s most diverse music and arts scenes, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating, drinking, live music and dancing into the early hours.  
A plethora of activities are available in the local area too; cycling, horse riding, golf, boating, hiking, National Trust properties and restaurants galore.

Lodge 48 6

Woolsery, Devon, South West of England

Lodge 48 From £283 Availability

Lodge 48, Hartland Forest is a detached Finnish-style lodge located in the Hartland Forest Golf and Leisure Parc, two miles from the village of Woolsery and thirteen miles from the town of Bideford in North Devon. This all ground floor lodge has three bedrooms, one of which is an en-suite double and also comprises of two twin bedrooms, which means that this lodge can sleep six people. This cottage also has a shower room, and an open plan living area with kitchen area, a dining area and a sitting area. Outside there is a decked patio with furniture and off road parking for two cars. With beaches and coastal towns only a short drive away, Lodge 48 is a perfect base at any time of year.

Culver Down Manor 14

England, Isle of Wight, South of England

Culver Down Manor From £2580 Availability

One of the Isle of Wight's most exceptional properties, Culver Down Manor is an elegant art-deco mansion overlooking Sandown Bay from a prime clifftop setting. Built in the 1920's, this building maintains glorious original features, including huge shimmering garden water features, statues and stain glass windows that frame the striking coastal vistas reaching out to Culver Cliff. As you step into the reception area you are instantly transported back in time, from the piano and ornamental period lampshades to the wooden panelling and even the old boot cleaner. The large entrance hall with grand staircase and beautiful stained glass windows is sure to impress guests upon entering the property. The living space offers an abundance of floor space, the magnificent 22 seater dining table and the grand lounge area are the perfect spaces for the whole group to gather and discuss the highlights of the day. Culver Down Manor can comfortably accommodate up to fourteen guests and five additional children across its six beautifully appointed bedrooms.On the ground floor is the first of the bedrooms, an accessible room, it is ideal for any guests who struggle with mobility and features two twin single beds and a fully-accessible en-suite wet room. Upstairs are the remaining bedrooms, three king rooms, a cosy double and a family room with a king-size double and two single beds. For those in larger groups, the Morning Room can be set up as a seventh bedroom and features two single daybeds, ideally suited to older children. Outside, the home is set within 3/4 of an acre of gardens and backs onto the coastal path with excellent sea views. The largest part of the garden is set behind the house and features a spectacular pond which dates back to the 1930's. The terrace comes complete with dining facilities and makes the perfect place to enjoy a spot of al fresco dining after an action-packed day spent exploring the Isle of Wight.

Culver Down Manor is located about a mile from the town of Shanklin, where the Isle of Wight railway terminates. We have ample parking for 6 cars, but you can also come on foot, catching the train from Waterloo, London to Portsmouth Harbour, getting the Cat over and then the Island Train (a 1930's Central Line tube train...honestly!). Get an inclusive ticket! The Isle of Wight is like going back to 1950's England, the pace is slower, and the pubs are wonderful. We have provided a large secure outhouse for devoted cyclists, although you can hire a bike locally very easily. There is a golf club about 5 miles away, but you might get distracted by the pubs on the way back. From the house, there are wonderful cliff top walks (or runs), and you are right above the Blue Flag beach (actually it is a lot of steps to get down, perfect for walking off the dinner). There are lots of cycle routes across the island. Of course there are many local attractions, but bring a book, sit in the sunroom and enjoy the 3/4 acre gardens and spectacular views over the bay. The whole of the Isle of Wight awaits you.

Logan Manor 10

Midlothian, Scotland

Logan Manor From £6584 Availability

Logan Manor makes a wonderful home for those wanting to enjoy a relaxed Scottish break, in easy reaching distance of Edinburgh and fantastic attractions and amenities. Set in the village of Dalkeith, within three and a half acres of private gardens, it offers complete peace and quiet. When listening to the soothing sounds of the River Esk, which runs through the property, it will be hard to believe you are just a short car journey away from the buzzing capital city.

Originally dating back to 1703, the Manor has been lovingly modernised in recent years by its current owners who have managed to seamlessly blend its original charm and character with updated interiors and contemporary facilities. Logan Manor can comfortably accommodate up to ten guests across five beautifully appointed bedrooms, each of which boasting its very own en-suite bathroom.

On the ground floor is the fully equipped kitchen which comes complete with all the tools a budding chef could possibly need as well as a bright sun room, the perfect spot to enjoy some quite time with a good read while enjoying the garden views. Upstairs, on the first floor is the main drawing room, with its cosy fireplace this is a fantastic space to snuggle up and put on your favourite film. Also on this level is the first of the bedrooms, a super-king room with en-suite bathroom. On the second floor is the beautiful master suite with its super-king bed and luxurious en-suite bathroom complete with indulgent roll-top bath and walk-in rain shower. There is also a further bedroom, a twin, which can on request be set up as a super-king, with en-suite shower room. Finally, on the third floor are the remaining two bedrooms, a super-king room, and a twin room, which again on request can be set up as a super-king room, both of which boast an en-suite shower room.

Outside, the gardens are a real oasis, there is no better way to end a day than to enjoy a soak in the hydro pool swim spa. On a warm evening, the whole gang will enjoy gathering together on the terrace for a yummy barbecue al fresco! LOGAN MANOR CHRISTMAS & NEW YEAR PACKAGES 2020

Included in our Christmas & New Year packages (minimum stay 5 nights):


- Arrive from 3pm to a chilled glass of Champagne and a warm welcome to the house.
- Two course kitchen supper already prepared for you to just pop into the oven at your own convenience.
- The larder filled with everything you need for your first morning breakfast.
- Our bedrooms will all have fresh flowers, Champagne and chocolates.

Logan Manor is situated in the historic town of Dalkeith, just a twenty-five-minute car journey from the city of Edinburgh, with its fabulous attractions and famous sights. Alternatively, should you wish to leave the car at home you can choose to take the train into Edinburgh from the near-by station, reaching the city takes just fifteen minutes. Edinburgh Airport is conveniently located just twenty minutes away, making this the perfect home for a reunion of international friends.

Helpful amenities such as shops and restaurants can be found in the centre of Dalkeith, just a five-minute walk from the Manor. Fort Douglas set within Dalkeith Country Park, is just a five-minute car journey away, makes a fantastic place for the whole family to spend an afternoon with its beautiful walks, excellent restaurant, café and adventure playground. Less than a 10-minute car journey away is the Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World, here the children are bound to enjoy getting up close to creepy crawlies, fascinating reptiles and beautiful butterflies.

For keen golfers, there are excellent courses in the surrounding area, including Duddingston, Muirfield, Gullane and North Berwick. Arguably the most famous of all, St Andrews, is just an 90-mninute car journey from the home.

D54 Wheal Shoat, Riviere Towans 6

Hayle, Cornwall,

D54 Wheal Shoat, Riviere Towans From £412 Availability

Prices for the 2020 season include full bed linen (beds made up) and towels for the whole property. Save money on the rooms you don’t need! If you don’t want or need all the beds made up you can state your preference at booking and you can save money off the booking price:

  • £12 discount for each double bed you don’t require
  • £6 discount for each single bed you don’t require
With every bedroom of linen you don’t require you not only save money but help us cut our CO2 emissions. Bedroom 1- 1 double bed, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers. Bedroom 2- 2 single beds, built-in wardrobe, chest of drawers. Bedroom 3- Full size bunk beds, built-in wardrobe. Lounge- with Two 3 seater sofas, 22" HD digital LCD TV with DVD and built-in Ipod Dock, large patio doors. Diner/Kitchen- inc. washing machine, fridge freezer, cooker, microwave, dining table and chairs. Wet Room- with shower and basin, Separate WC. Situated on level ground with excellent views of the Hayle Estuary and the surrounding countryside from Lelant church to the golf club and RSPB reserve. This property accepts dogs at £32 each per week. Please note that if the property accommodates, and you are bringing, more than one dog a £100 refundable security deposit will be added to your booking. No charge for guide dogs. Situation- Located on Riviere Towans, the site has over 40 acres of unspoilt, natural, undulating sand dunes above the three mile, golden sand beach at Hayle, St. Ives Bay. It is one of the oldest holiday parks in the country, with the first chalets constructed in the early 1920s. Now a beautiful site with a vast range of individual, privately owned accommodation, including beach chalets to bungalows and lodges. Many of the

E26 Highway, Riviere Towans 6

Hayle, Cornwall,

E26 Highway, Riviere Towans From £376 Availability

Set in an elevated position commanding great views across Hayle Estuary, Lelant golf course, Church and West Cornwall. Nestled among properties at the top of the dune the property is filled with light in the large triple aspect living space. Leading off down a corridor are the three bedrooms and spacious shower room. Lounge - Three piece suite, colour television, DVD player, large picture window with views. Kitchen/Diner - Fully fitted kitchen including built-in hob and oven, fridge freezer, washing machine, microwave, dining table and chairs, picture frame window with views across the estuary. Bedroom 1-- One double bed, chest of drawers, built-in clothes rail with shelving. Bedroom 2- One double bed, two bedside drawers, built-in clothes rail with shelving. Bedroom 3- Two single beds, chest of drawers, built-in clothes rail with shelving. Shower Room - Spacious room with double width built-in shower cubicle, wash hand basin, heated towel rail. The property is set at the top of a flight of a dozen steps from the parking area below. BED LINEN PROVIDED Situation- Located on Riviere Towans, the site has over 40 acres of unspoilt, natural, undulating sand dunes above the three mile, golden sand beach at Hayle, St. Ives Bay. It is one of the oldest holiday parks in the country, with the first chalets constructed in the early 1920s. Now a beautiful site with a vast range of individual, privately owned accommodation, including beach chalets to bungalows and lodges. Many of these have stunning sea views and all are within a few minutes’ walk of this amazing beach. Riviere Towans is on St. Ives Bay at Hayle and only a short drive from well-known places such as St. Ives, Penzance and Lands End. Many visitors enjoy not only the beautiful beaches, but the picturesque fishing villages and peaceful countryside West Cornwall has to offer. For those seeking more ex

Badgers Oak, The Water Mill 6

Calbourne, Isle of Wight, South of England

Badgers Oak, The Water Mill From £269 Availability

Badgers Oak at Calbourne Water Mill is a luxury eco-house set within the grounds of the only working water mill on the island. Badgers Oak is built with a log cabin feel, from cedar and larch with wooden floors. These luxury homes are environmentally friendly with geo-thermal underground heating and bio-bubble treatment for waste, which then gets converted to organic matter and fed back to the earth. Internally, Badgers Oak is furnished to a high standard. Externally, the property boasts a balcony running the length of the property with beautiful views down to the stream at the bottom of the field. Calbourne Water Mill is one of the Islands most popular attractions, set within 35 acres of countryside. As the only working water mill on the island this is a must see attraction. Watch the traditional flour making process using the 17th century water and stone mills, and if this makes you hungry you can even buy the bread on site! Everything you will need for a fun packed holiday can be found on-site including punting, miniature golf, clay play, swings, cafe and giftware. The chalk bottom river close by boasts many fish including trout, eels, carp and koi carp. West Wight is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is the ideal spot for catching a glimpse of the local wildlife, walking or just enjoying the beautiful countryside. From here take a visit to one of the islands many attractions including Freshwater Bay, Alum Bay’s famous coloured cliffs or The Needles, one of Britain’s most famous landscapes.

4 The Towans 4

St. Merryn, Cornwall, South West of England

4 The Towans From £292 Availability

The Towans are situated within a secluded position on a stretch of the North Cornwall coastline, within a secure gated development offering extensive landscaped grounds amidst the open countryside. The Towans is within an easy walk of beautiful Constantine Bay and the world class Trevose Golf Club, while just a short drive away you’ll find some of Cornwall’s best attractions, including Padstow, Watergate Bay and The Eden Project. Internally, 4 The Towans is a light, spacious lodge with contemporary furnishings throughout. Externally, the dual aspect decking areas provide an ideal place to enjoy views over the countryside and relax after a day exploring the coastline. Some of the county's best beaches, including the hidden cove of Treyarnon, the long sweeping sands of Constantine Bay and unspoilt Harlyn are right on your doorstep. The famous, traditional fishing village of Padstow, with its unique shops, art galleries and restaurants, is just a few minutes away.

2 The Towans 4

St. Merryn, Cornwall, South West of England

2 The Towans From £193 Availability

The Towans are situated within a secluded position on a stretch of the North Cornwall coastline, within a secure gated development offering extensive landscaped grounds amidst the open countryside. The Towans is within an easy walk of beautiful Constantine Bay and the world class Trevose Golf Club, while just a short drive away you’ll find some of Cornwall’s best attractions, including Padstow, Watergate Bay and The Eden Project. Internally, 2 The Towans is a light, spacious lodge with contemporary furnishings throughout. Externally, the dual aspect decking areas provide an ideal place to enjoy views over the countryside and relax after a day exploring the coastline. Some of the county's best beaches, including the hidden cove of Treyarnon, the long sweeping sands of Constantine Bay and unspoilt Harlyn are right on your doorstep. The famous, traditional fishing village of Padstow, with its unique shops, art galleries and restaurants, is just a few minutes away.

10 The Towans 2

St. Merryn, Cornwall, South West of England

10 The Towans From £174 Availability

The Towans are situated in a secluded position on a stretch of the North Cornwall coastline. Within a secure gated development offering extensive landscaped grounds amidst the open countryside. The Towans is within an easy walk of beautiful Constantine Bay and the world renowned Trevose Golf Club, while just a short drive away you’ll find some of Cornwall’s best attractions, including Padstow, Watergate Bay and The Eden Project. Internally, 10 The Towans is a newly refurbished?contemporary one bedroom apartment with modern furnishings throughout. 10 The Towans offers airy, spacious living with an open plan living kitchen and dining area and oak flooring. Externally, the private decking area provides an ideal place to enjoy relaxing after a day exploring the coastline. Some of the county's best beaches, including the hidden cove of Treyarnon, the long sweeping sands of Constantine Bay and unspoilt Harlyn are right on your doorstep. The famous, traditional fishing village of Padstow, with its unique shops, art galleries and restaurants, is just a few minutes away.