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243 Log Cabins with a restaurant in the UK

Log cabins are self catering accommodation, but that is not a sentence of one week in the kitchen. It’s an opportunity to start the day at your own pace with breakfast as you like it, and to come and go as you please. But it’s lovely to have a restaurant close by so that you only use that kitchen when you want to. The log cabins below will ensure you never feel chained to the hob or the sink.

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Park Lodge 5

Kingsdown, Kent, South of England

Park Lodge From £286 Availability

First class wooden chalet in a peaceful location backing onto woodland on the edge of an exclusive thirty six acre holiday park with swimming pool, tennis courts, adventure play area, indoor games area, restaurant, bar and laundry room with washers and driers too.  Located close to the beach, in a village with shops, pub and post office and only two miles from the old fishing towns of Deal and Walmer with their castles, shops and restaurants this chalet is a super base for that real seaside escape. It is very well equipped and unusually has an upstairs washroom as well as a ground floor shower room and a delightful private rear patio garden.   Shop: 0.1 miles Pub: 0.1 miles Coast: 0.1 mile

Ground Floor: 
Sitting Room with two luxury leather sofas, coffee table, dining table and chairs, TV with Freeview, DVD, video and CD as well as a selection of  books, toys and games. This room stretches across the front of the chalet and has double doors out to the front veranda which is in the sun nearly all day and provides views across the park
Kitchen with electric cooker, microwave, fridge with freezer compartment, washing machine, blender, mixer, toasted sandwich maker and door to the rear decked area
Bedroom 1 with single bed, chest of drawers and door to the rear garden
Shower Room with shower, washbasin and w.c.

Stairs lead to...

First Floor:
Bedroom 2 with double bed, bedside tables, cupboard and chair
Bedroom 3 with twin beds, chest of drawers and cupboard/wardrobe
Cloakroom with washbasin and w.c.

Garden: Private rear decked patio area and well planted, shaded rock garden with garden furniture as well as communal lawns to the front.
Parking: In main car park with footpaths to the chalet.
Heating: Electric heaters. There is a coin meter taking £1 coins which will have been 'fed' for your arrival and you can 'top it up' if necessary during your stay.
Notes: The park is open from 1st March to 31st October and for Christmas and New Year. Chalets we have available at Kingsdown Leisure Park are Sea Spray Lodge(EK175) , Tranquility(EK204) , Sea View(EK201) Park Lodge(EK708) Maple Lodge (EK205) Pebbles (EK208) and The Bolt Hole (EK198).

The Bolt Hole 4

Kingsdown, Kent, South of England

The Bolt Hole From £259 Availability

First class chalet on exclusive thirty six acre holiday park with swimming pool, tennis courts, adventure play area, indoor games area, restaurant, bar and laundry room with washers and dryers too.  Close to the beach for that real seaside escape.  The village has various shops, pub and post office and is two miles from the old fishing towns of Deal and Walmer with their castles, shops and restaurants.   This chalet is exceptionally well furnished, decorated and equipped with everything you need for a relaxing break.  It has the rare facility of an upstairs cloakroom as well as a ground floor shower room and also a large kitchen running the width of the chalet.   Shop: 0.1 miles  Pub: 0.1 miles Coast: 0.1 mile

Ground Floor:  
Sitting/Dining Room
lies across the front of the chalet with full double glazing and has two leather two-seater sofas, coffee table, dining table and chairs, pine dresser and flat screen TV with Freeview, DVD, video and CD as well as books, toys and games
Kitchen is not the usual galley kitchen but spreads across the whole of the rear of the chalet, is fully fitted including an electric cooker, hob, combination microwave/oven, freezer and a fridge/ freezer, blender, mixer, toasted sandwich maker, washing machine, tumble dryer and a TVwith DVD.  A door from the kitchen opens out to the rear patio garden  
Shower Room with power shower, washbasin and w.c.

Steep stairs with stair gate at top lead to...

First Floor:
Bedroom 1
is open to the upstairs corridor and stairs and has twin beds with two chests of drawers, fitted cupboards and hanging space
Cloakroom has a washbasin and w.c.
Bedroom 2 has a double bed, bedside tables, two chests of drawers, a dressing table, TV and video

Patio Garden: Private rear patio garden with two tables, chairs, two padded lounge chairs, barbeque plus a chimenea and patio table and chairs on communal lawns area to front with a two seat bench on the veranda.
Parking: In main car park with paths to the chalet.
Heating: Electric heaters.   There is a coin meter taking £1 coins which will have been 'fed' for your arrival and you can 'top it up' if necessary during your stay.
Notes: The park is open from 1st March to 31st October and for Christmas and New Year. Chalets we have available at Kingsdown Leisure Park are Sea Spray Lodge(EK175) , Tranquility(EK204) , Sea View(EK201) Park Lodge(EK708) Maple Lodge (EK205), Pebbles (EK208) and The Bolt Hole (EK198).

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

The Lodge 4

Croyde, Devon, South West of England

The Lodge From £254 Availability

NEW FOR 2012

Detached single storey lodge sleeping 2/4 + cot

Quiet location within walking distance of the beach

Situated on the edge of the delightful village of Croyde and just a few minutes walk to the wonderful surf washed sands of Croyde Bay. A five minute stroll takes you to the centre of this character village with local pub serving excellent food, tea rooms, restaurants and post office stores. An ideal location to relax at the end of an active day with invigorating walks along the National Trust Coastal Pathways, a round of golf at the championship golf course at nearby Saunton, horse riding, and surfing at Croyde and Saunton. The larger village of Braunton is just five minutes drive and offers a good selection of shops, pubs and restaurants and gives access to the Tarka Trail that follows the track of the old railway around the estuary towards Barnstaple. The market town facilities of Barnstaple and the splendour of Exmoor are both just 20 minutes drive.

This detached lodge is situated within the grounds of the owners own home in a quiet location backing onto fields and offers cosy and very comfortable accommodation. Large open plan bedroom/ living area with double bed, feature apex ceiling with cross beams, woodburner in feature fireplace leading to good size conservatory/lounge with bedsettee, TV, DVD & CD player. Kitchen area with electric cooker and microwave. Shower room/wc. Private patio area with garden furniture and outdoor beach shower. Driveway parking for 1 car only.

All fuel costs inclusive * Bed linen and towels inclusive * No pets * No smoking

Goodwood Oak Lodge 3

Boxgrove, West Sussex, South of England

Goodwood Oak Lodge From £430 Availability

Goodwood Lodge sleeps 2-3 in cosy surroundings. The kitchen is fully fitted with modern appliances, all crockery and utensils and a washer/dryer. In the lounge/dining area guests can relax on the Italian leather sofa and watch the TV or a DVD or enjoy traditional entertainment with a book or games. The bedroom has a King size bed with en-suite facilities.The lodge also offers Internet access and car parking. Free Internet and WIFI available. Well behaved children and pets are welcome.

  • Kitchen - This holiday Lodge is fully equipped for self-catering to include combination-microwave, toaster, dishwasher, washer/dryer, fridge, iron & ironing board.  White crockery, cutlery and cooking utensils. Oak units & all work tops are granite.
  • Lounge/dining area - Italian leather corner sofa, flat screen TV/DVD with Free View. Oak dining table & chairs.  
  • Books, magazines and DVDs & games available for use.(Please request on booking what you like). Bedroom – king size bed  with  pull-out single bed & bedding, armchair,hair dryer, radio alarm,full length mirror & wardrobe. 
  • En-suite shower room - Auto fan, mist-free illuminating mirror and walk-in shower. Tiled floor & walls.
  • Electric towel rail.
  • Garden & York stone patio area , bistro table & chairs -west facing.
  • Car parking and driveway to door with fitted sensor outside lighting.  Keypad entry.
  • Thermostatically controlled under floor heating with ceramic tile flooring and rugs 

The prestigious Goodwood Hotel, with its Leisure & Health and Pay & Play Golf Clubs, is a few minutes stroll from the property down a one-way country lane. (The restaurants are open to non-members or non- hotel guests & I can offer guest entrance for use of the swimming pool, tennis courts, gym & spa facilities).  Goodwood Farm Shop is 5mins drive away and open 7 days a week selling a range of home produced organic products.

Treetops 6

Beaulieu, Hampshire, South of England

Treetops From £472 Availability

Built by the Beaulieu Estate as part of an exclusive riverside retreat for sailing enthusiasts, this delightful ?upside-down? house is surrounded by mature woodland and is well located for rambling, cycling, riding and other rural pursuits as well as providing a perfect base for setting out and exploring the local area. The spacious first floor living room opens onto a large elevated balcony deck surrounded by woodland. Beaulieu River is a short walk away for swimming and boating. Easy country paths for walking or biking take you either to Beaulieu Village with its shops, restaurants and the National Motor Museum or to historic Bucklers Hard. Canoe, kayak and bike rental are all available nearby.

"We've had a such a fantastic time in this beautiful tranquil location"

"We loved the upside down house!"

"Wow, what a beautiful place, great house to stay in, perfect surroundings - what more could you ask for."

"A comfortable, well equipped house in the most enchanting location."

Ground Floor:
Bedroom 1 with 4'6in double bed.
Bedroom 2 with two 3' beds.
Bedroom 3 with 3' bed and 3' pull-out.
Bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, hand basin and WC.
Stairs to First Floor:
Open plan sitting/dining room with flat screen TV, DVD player and doors to large elevated balcony.
There are external stairs from the balcony to ground level.
Kitchen with electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge, freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer.
Cloakroom and WC.

Outside: the property is surrounded by woodland.  Patio doors from the living room open onto a wide balcony furnished with garden table and chairs.

Children welcome but parents please note that the property opens directly onto private woodland - so exploring and play should be supervised!

Included: Bed linen and towels (but please bring your own swimming towels) electricity and oil central heating.
Pets Regret no pets, but please note owners' own dog occasionally visits.
Telephone Incoming and outgoing local and 999 calls only.
Parking Carport and ample private parking beside property.
No Smoking
Beach Milford on Sea (shingle) approximately 10 miles, or the Waterside beaches of Lepe and Calshot (4miles)
Shops, pubs and restaurants in Beaulieu 1.5 miles. Lymington with all facilities - 6 miles
Short Breaks - Available on request
Property: Self-catering studio lodge.

Cribbar Lodge 8

Retallack, St Columb, Cornwall, South West of England

Cribbar Lodge From £498 Availability

Cribbar Lodge is attractively finished with solid oak floors and furniture, positioned close to both the children's play area and the Tennis Courts and has a large decked area for outside relaxation and dining. It is only 15 minutes' drive to the golden beaches of the North Coast, the gourmet delights of Padstow where you will find Rick Stein's Seafood restaurant and also to Watergate Bay which is host to Jamie Oliver's new Fifteen restaurant. This property is ideally located for exploring the whole of Cornwall being only 10 minutes' drive from the A30 so a trip to Tate St Ives is only an hour away and the Eden Project about 25 minutes. The unspoilt market town of St Columb is only just over two miles and Cribbar Lodge is only a 7 mile car/taxi ride from Padstow, 8 miles from Newquay and about 5 miles from Wadebridge. There are many leisure facilities at Retallack Resort comprising of a swimming pool, sauna, tennis courts, 9 hole Golf course, fitness suite, bar and brasserie. There is also a children's outdoor play area, health and beauty facilities, fishing rights on the lake in the valley and it is possible to book to use the amazing Flow Rider surfing wave at an hourly charge.

Greenacre Lodge 8

Atlantic Reach, nr Newquay, Cornwall, South West of England

Greenacre Lodge From £498 Availability

The best of both worlds. That's what you get when you book this beautifully presented modern property located in a quiet corner of a small development of similar properties which is extremely well equipped and decorated in a modern contemporary style. Not only is it located within easy reach of Newquay and all the wonders of that lively resort but it is close to the A30 so a trip to the Tate St Ives or the Eden Project is an easy journey. However, on top of all that, you have the leisure and restaurant facilities of Atlantic Reach on your doorstep. Use of the lounge, bar and restaurant plus indoor and outdoor swimming pools, gym, children's splash pool and play area and tennis courts are all included in the rent. There is also a 9 hole pitch and putt golf course available for a small charge and a health Spa with an exciting range of treatments which can last anything from half an hour to a day and has facilities which include hydrotherapy pool, sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi. In high season lessons in such things as archery and surfing may be booked and there is often entertainment provided in the evenings.  Booking Greenacre Lodge can add up to significant savings on the normal rent for this type of property so go on - what are you waiting for?  Book today!

Honeywood 6

Little Petherick, Padstow, Cornwall, South West of England

Honeywood From £437 Availability

Honeywood is a beautiful and spacious Canadian Log Home with a balcony off the main bedroom affording delightful views across the valley to the church tower of St Issey in the distance. Stylishly furnished and well equipped, Honeywood is a spacious property for large parties and the owners have furnished with families in mind; a sitting area in the kitchen allows children to watch TV while grown-ups have a quiet glass of wine in the lounge! The character of these stunning properties makes them a really special place to stay, and wonderful for atmospheric winter evenings in front of the Cornish stone fireplace. A large decked area in front of the property allows for al fresco dining in the summer. Little Petherick is only a short drive to Padstow which boasts a number of seafood restaurants as well as a picturesque harbour and the ferry to Rock. There are footpaths from the village which lead down to the creek and then on to the estuary of the river Camel which is a paradise for walkers and nature lovers. Within 5 miles are the coastal path, world class surfing beaches and championship golf courses.

Applewood 6

Little Petherick, Padstow, Cornwall, South West of England

Applewood From £428 Availability

Taking inspiration from the Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty in which it is located this Canadian log home is beautifully decorated and equipped with little touches of luxury including original artwork, Cath Kidston linen, Villeroy Boch crockery and a superking bed. The wooden walls and open beamed ceilings throughout create an open, spacious and relaxing atmosphere - light and airy in the summer and warm and cosy in the winter.  Features include front and rear balconies, countryside views and a large decked area - ideal for eating ‘al fresco'.  The charming village of Little Petherick is only 2 miles from Padstow, home of Rick Stein's famous seafood restaurant, where you will find numerous places to eat, pubs, interesting shops and a working harbour.  Several magnificent sandy, surfing beaches are a 10 minute drive.  Nearby is Mellingey with the Journeyman Restaurant and the Mellingey Mill Willow workshop and just up the road is St. Issey which has two pubs, one of which, the Pickwick Inn, has some lovely views over the Camel estuary.