Home Log Cabins to Rent

631 Log Cabins with tennis in the UK

What could make your holiday go with more of a swing than tennis courts and neighbours willing to make up a competitive four? Or else other kids to play with your kids, and let them enjoy themselves with no effort on your part? However works best for you there is no doubt that a tennis court helps to serve up an enjoyable holiday. The log cabins below won’t get you to Wimbledon, but at least it’s a start.

Show log cabins: in

Waterside House 16

Wadhurst, East Sussex, South of England

Waterside House From £10670 Availability

Waterside House is a truly outstanding English country home. Sitting on the banks of the serene Bewl water, the property is found in an expansive area of outstanding natural beauty and is handily located just an hour away from London. A meandering drive through thick woodland opens out to reveal this grand Art and Crafts mansion, which features ornate antique chimneys and is surrounded by beautiful lawns. Pushing open the thick oak front door, guests are greeted by an impressive reception hall complete with an elegant staircase and galleried landing. A particular highlight is the large kitchen and breakfast area with its part-glass ceiling. The adjoining dining room and top quality amenities mean that entertaining here is a joy - not to mention the fantastic opportunities for formal dining if you're here to celebrate a special occasion. Step outside through the double doors and you’ll find a stone patio facing South across the 800 acre lake, with a lawn stretching right down to the water’s edge. It's a quintessentially English and truly memorable feature! The décor is impeccable throughout, cosy yet stylish, and guests will feel instantly at home thanks to the perfect balance of rustic charm and bespoke furnishings. As Waterside House is conveniently close to the A21, London (and everything it offers!) couldn’t be more accessible, but whether you're enjoying a spot of boating out on the lake or sitting on the patio with a glass of wine at sunset, you’ll feel a million miles from the hustle and bustle of the capital.

- Royal Tunbridge Wells: 7 miles
- Rye: 12 miles
- Wadhurst: 1.5 miles
- Lamberhurst: 1.5 miles
- London: 28 miles
- Central London: 45 miles - The 13 miles around Bewl Water is an idyllic circuit for a walk, run or cycle.
- Trout fishing from the bank or a from a boat are both popular pastimes in the area.
- Sailing
- Canoeing
- Kayaking
- Bicycle hire
- Adventure playground in Lamberhurst
- Horse Riding facilities are just 3 miles
- Quad biking is 2 miles from the house
- Golf courses just 3 miles away
- Clay Pigeon shooting within 8 miles
- Paintballing

The Bellflower 20

Swadlincote, Derbyshire, Heart of England

The Bellflower From £6767 Availability

Originally built in 1690, The Bellflower is an elegantly renovated Georgian property with lovingly restored original features, inviting guests to relax in sumptuous surroundings without sacrificing any of the benefits of modern technology and contemporary comforts! With 1.5 acres of mature gardens to enjoy (including a large terrace and a full size grass tennis court) there are also four acres of paddock, stables and orchards if you feel like horse riding (or maybe trying your hand at scrumping). The house sleeps up to twenty people with eight bedrooms and a further two dressing rooms available to be converted to sleep an additional four guests on request. The Bellflower also boasts a 12-foot swim spa and hot tub, a games room with pool table, a cinema with a 3-metre wide screen, 100-foot master suite with an exquisite bathroom, and two of the remaining seven bedrooms also boast spa baths, plus four spacious reception rooms. There's plenty of room and amenities for everyone to enjoy exactly the kind of holiday they're looking for, whether that's a wellness break, something a bit more active to just pure relaxation from morning to night! 

Good news! This property is available as a Vill’otel

Yey! Wait… what is that?
It’s the perfect combo of the privacy of your own personal villa, with all the luxury and convenience of a hotel.

What’s included?
Breakfast, cleaning, welcome drinks and hamper, plus more! Check the Extras tab for all the details.

The Bellflower is set in a quiet and private village location. The old market town of Ashby de la Zouch is 5 minutes away and provides a great selection of shopping, sports and entertainment facilities. The cities of Birmingham, Leicester, Burton upon Trent, Derby and Nottingham are all less than 30 minutes away. The village is very well placed for connections to the M42, M1, M6 and M40 motorway networks, and East Midlands Airport and Birmingham Airport/International railway station are both about 20 minutes away. There are three trains per hour direct from Birmingham International to London Euston, a journey which only takes 70 minutes and makes a day trip into London an exciting and easy prospect!

Harpsden Hall 20

Henley-on-thames, Oxfordshire, Heart of England

Harpsden Hall From £8331 Availability

The magnificent Harpsden Hall sits in the beautiful village of Harpsden, just outside Henley-on-Thames. Sitting in Harpsden valley, it is next to Henley Golf Course which will please the golfers amongst you! With five bedrooms in the main house and the Woodpecker Studio and the Oak Annexe, this stunning property can sleep twenty guests in total. It is incredibly stylish, absolutely immaculate and very luxurious.

Harpsden has been crowned Oxfordshire’s ‘poshest’ village by The Telegraph. The area is brimming with celebrity homes including those of Russell Brand and Mary Berry. Harpsden sits on the edge of the Chiltern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Henley-on-Thames. It’s High Wood is full of beautiful bluebells in May. The village has enjoyed a few TV appearances including Agatha Christie’s Marple episodes ‘Nemesis’ and ‘By the Pricking of My Thumbs’ and Harpsden Court was used for the Bond film Quantum of Solace. It is very pretty and beautifully kept. The fabulous 13th century market town of Henley sits on a picturesque stretch of the River Thames with delightful walks and regular festivities. The Henley Royal Regatta is the most famous regatta in the world and a highlight on the English sporting calendar. Henley now even has its own special gin, Mr Hobbs Gin. The Chiltern Hills are ready of exploration, offering scenic rolling countryside and wonderful tranquility. You will discover tucked away villages, chalk-fed streams, ancient woods, superb scenery, intriguing attractions and gorgeous market towns.

The Edwardian Harpsden Hall comes with fantastic living spaces. The kitchen diner is beautiful in white and anthracite grey. It boasts a range cooker, other outstanding appliances including a wine fridge and a sociable island with stools so that the chefs in your group can have company. Just off the kitchen is a smart utilty room with a giant American style fridge freezer and a butler’s sink. The Orangery dining area is wonderful with a gorgeous table and chairs perfectly positioned to enjoy exquisite garden views. Double doors open the garden and a huge roof light sits above the table. With another complete wall of windows, this is a very and airy space. Underfloor heating will keep you warm all year round. The living area is also very special with a wooden floor as opposed to the beautiful tiles in the kitchen diner. Sumptuous contemporary chairs sit by the wood burning stove which lights up the Edwardian splendour of the room and a lavish Chesterfield styled sofa sits at the other end. In addition to this very spacious room there is a snug, a perfect spot to nestle down with a toasty fire on chilly evenings and watch a movie. A table football game is provided for some family competition.

The five bedrooms in the main house are located on the upper floor, four offering kingsize beds and the last enjoying twin beds. You will dive into deep slumber in crisp linens and wake to beautiful views of the extensive gardens. Like the living spaces, there is a lot of brilliant white and grey going on along with a few blue or pink colour splashes. The soft furnishings are exquisite. The ensuite bathrooms are equally stunning, mostly marbled and all with the very best fittings. You will find a mix of slipper baths where you can enjoy an indulgent soak and showers.

The beautiful Woodpecker studio offers a super kingsize bedroom with its own bathroom and living space. Here there is a sofa bed which can also be used for extra guests. Similarly, the Oak annexe boasts a sofa bed, a kingsize bed and two twin beds as well as a kitchen, lounge and bathroom. Interior designers have created magical spaces in both annexes that fit well with the main house.

Harpsden Hall is a brilliant pick for large family groups or groups of friends that want to explore this fabulous area and make magical holiday memories. You can even bring your pets along for the stay. The house sits in stunning landscaped gardens and a private one and a half acres of woodland, affectionately known as the Dinosaur Wood to locals. The woodland is also enjoyed by many woodland birds and deer so you will wake to the sound of birdsong. You can wander through the woodland listening to owls hooting and the wind whispering through the boughs of the oaks. Lush lawns sit ripe and ready for your furry friends to retrieve balls and join in the fun.

Harpsden Hall is located in the gorgeous Harpsden valley in the village of Harpsden. It is a wonderful area, popular with the rich and famous and labelled Oxfordshire’s ‘poshest village’ by The Telegraph. It sits just outside the gorgeous ancient market town of Henley-on-Thames. Henley-on-Thames is the international home of rowing, sitting on a picturesque stretch of the River Thames and enjoying a wonderful sprinkling of shops, restaurants and cafes. Henley is famous for its prestigious events, the Henley Royal Regatta, the Thames Traditional Boat Festival and the Festival of Music and Art. Thousands of visitors head to the town during the five day Henley Royal Regatta to watch Olympians compete in the two hundred plus races. The Thames Traditional Boat Festival first took place thirty seven years ago. It is a fun day out for the whole family with Punch and Judy puppet shows, a pop up pub, stalls offering trades and crafts from days gone by and much more. Henley enjoys beautiful riverside walks and plenty of boating opportunities. The town’s own artisan gin, Mr Hobbs Gin, stems back to 1879 when Mr Harry Hobbs, founder of Hobbs and Sons (now Hobbs of Henley) and publican of The Ship Hotel was often seen about the town with his high-spirited nature and flamboyant beard or on his punt at 11am enjoying his home-distilled gin. He held parties along the banks of the river and hired out his boasts for like-minded locals to host their own gatherings. To mark the 150th anniversary of the family business, the family started to look at local botanicals and embarked on creating their own gin in honour of the man that started it all. The town is also famous as a location used in the popular series Midsomer Murders. Fans will recognise some of the locations used such as Gabriel Machin’s butcher shop, Tudor House Antiques and the Argyll pub.

Not far away is the university city of Oxford where you can tour the hallowed halls of Britain’s oldest and most famous university and follow in the footsteps of famous poets and Prime Ministers. Several scenes from Harry Potter were filmed at various sites in the town including Oxford University’s Bodleian Library which is known to fans as Hogwarts Library. Visitors enjoy hop-on hop-off bus tours to explore the town’s architecture, its culture and its museums. The ancient Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology, the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and the Pitt Rivers Museum are all very interesting. Visitors can step back in history among the Norman ruins of Oxford Castle, wander beneath the Bridge of Sighs or simply enjoy the town’s fantastic array of eateries and bars. Oxford offers meandering waterways, lush green spaces and an outstanding shopping experience.

Thame is another very pretty, thriving market town within easy reach. It is situated at the foot of the Chiltern Hills, just 14 miles from Oxford. Thame boasts fascinating historical buildings, beautiful parks, a museum, a theatre, excellent shopping and a wonderful array of restaurants and bars. Thame grew from Anglo-Saxon roots to become a very characterful town with plenty of medieval buildings standing aside those from the Georgian and Victorian periods. Thame enjoys an iconic boat-shaped high street and a buzzy market place. It is also frequently used as a filming location for ‘Midsomer Murders’. Thame hosts regular markets and arts and crafts fairs in the town hall. The town’s programme of events includes their Easter Country Show, music festivals in May and July, a bustling carnival and fete in June, the Towersey Festival in August, the Horse and Country Show, a food festival and fun fair in, the Arts and Literature Festival in October and a fun-filled Christmas lights fair.

Within, very easy reach, the Cotswolds is a stunning area brimming with super attractive towns and villages including Chipping Norton, Bourton-on-the-Water, Stow-on-the-Wold, Tetbury and Chipping Campden. Many of the picturesque market towns are old wool towns with amazing architecture, much of which features the gorgeous honey coloured Cotswold stone. Bourton-on-the-Water, like most of the Cotswolds, lies in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It is the Venice of the Cotswolds with beautiful bridges crossing the River Windrush. Gorgeous cosy cafes line the pretty streets together with attractive houses. Stow-on-the-Wold is a delightful market town, one of the highest of the Cotswold towns, exposed on the 800 feet high Stow Hill at the crossroads with the Roman Fosse Way. The town boasts a fascinating history. At the height of the Cotswolds wool industry, it held annual fairs where as many as 20000 sheep were sold at one time. The Market Square is very attractive with its ancient cross, town stocks and an elegant array of Cotswold town houses and shops. You will find many fine antique shops, art galleries, gift and craft shops. Tetbury is another historic wool town. It is an architectural gem with many of the wool merchant’s houses remaining the same as they were in the 16th and 17th centuries. The Parish Church of St Mary’s has one of the tallest and most elegant spires in the UK. Tetbury is popular for its independent shops including antique shops, vintage and interior shops, exclusive boutiques and the Highgrove shop. Tetbury holds many regular events including the May Day Wacky Races, the Spring Bank Holiday Woolsack Races when contestants carry 65lb woolsacks up and down the 1 in 4 hill, the August Summer Show, the September Food and Drink Festival, the October Tetbury Music Festival and the Christmas Lights Switch-on. Close to Chipping Norton, you can visit Soho Farmhouse. Spread across 100 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, it offers many attractions including fabulous eateries from Japanese grill dishes at Pen Yen to Hay Barn’s delicious wood oven pizzas, horse riding, tennis, a fantastic spa, the Soho Health Club, an indoor-outdoor pool, clay pigeon shooting, boating on the lake and lots more. Daylesford Organic Farm is also very popular with its clover-rich pastures and organic animals roaming freely. You can buy fresh vegetables, fruit and herbs which are picked daily from the market garden and visit the award-winning farmshop and cafe. Beyond the farmshop is the Bamford Barn, Wellness Spa, Workshop, Cookery School and several options for indoor and outdoor dining.

Valley Lodge 5 6

Callington, Cornwall, South West of England

Valley Lodge 5 From £306 Availability

Valley Lodge 5 is a reverse level lodge within Tamar Valley Resort, in the Cornish town of Callington. The lodge sleeps six people and has one double bedroom and two twin rooms. There is a family shower room and an en-suite bathroom. Upstairs is an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining and sitting area and doors to the balcony. With on-site facilities: swimming pools, tennis court, bar/restaurant and plenty of touring attractions this is a fabulous choice for a family holiday.

Dartmoor View 9

Gunnislake, Cornwall, South West of England

Dartmoor View From £607 Availability

This beautiful, detached holiday home is situated on Honicombe Manor National Park, near Gunnislake and Callington in Cornwall. Refurbished throughout and presented to a high standard, the lodge offers comfortable accommodation with a kitchen, dining table and sitting area in a social open plan living space. Patio doors open onto a decked patio with outdoor furniture and wonderful countryside views! On the ground floor is a double and twin bedroom, along with a shower room. Upstairs is a second double room, a triple room with two single beds and a childs bed, and a bathroom with bath and shower over. There is parking and two heated, on-site swimming pools, as well as a gym, tennis courts and a children's play area. A great base for friends and families visiting exploring Cornwall and Devon!

The Lodge 5

Looe, Cornwall, South West of England

The Lodge From £433 Availability

Nestled in a quiet, secluded location on Trecan Farm, five miles from Looe and surrounded by beautiful Cornish countryside, is this wonderful, spacious holiday lodge. The lodge has three bedrooms, including one with a zip/link king-size bed and one with a double bed and en-suite shower. There is also a bathroom with a bath and shower over. Downstairs is an open plan living area with a kitchen, dining table and sitting area. Outside is a lawned garden, off road parking and shared games room and tennis court. An excellent getaway for families, friends and couples visiting Cornwall.

Oban Bay Hall 14

Crannaig-a-mhinster, Argyll, Scotland

Oban Bay Hall From £5375 Availability

Welcome to Oban Bay Hall, a fantastic holiday home in Scotland offering seven bedrooms and comfortably accommodating groups of 14-16 people. It's an ideal choice for families looking to have a memorable vacation on the stunning west coast of Scotland. With convenient access to excellent ferry services, it's perfect for those who want to embark on exciting island-hopping adventures!

Located atop Pulpit Hill, The Hall treats its guests to breathtaking views of Oban Bay, with the picturesque islands of Lismore, Kerrera, and Mull in sight. Get ready to be enchanted by the awe-inspiring scenery and immerse yourself in the beauty of the mesmerizing sunsets that paint the horizon.

Inside, the holiday home boasts a clean and comfortable interior, providing ample room for entertaining. The seven comfortable bedrooms feature Super King-size beds, ensuring a restful night's sleep for all guests.

Outside, after exhilarating days exploring the magnificent coastline, the entire group can enjoy delicious barbecues on the terraces. Prepare for an unforgettable holiday filled with cherished moments at Oban Bay Hall.

Conveniently situated a short stroll away from the heart of Oban, where you'll find a delightful array of restaurants, pubs, and shops. Oban, renowned as "The Gateway to the Isles," offers our guests the opportunity to explore several popular nearby islands such as Kerrera, Lismore, Mull, Iona, and Staffa, depending on the season.

If you're a whisky enthusiast, a visit to the Oban Distillery is an absolute must. As one of Scotland's oldest producers of Single Malt Scotch Whisky and boasting the distinction of being one of the smallest scotch distilleries, it promises a remarkable experience during your time in Oban. Families with children will appreciate the convenience of the local leisure centre, located just a brief 5-minute walk from our property. Complete with a swimming pool and soft play area, it provides a fantastic indoor option to keep the little ones entertained should the weather take a turn. On a sunny day, we highly recommend taking the whole family for a delightful walk up to McCaig's Tower, where you'll be treated to breathtaking views of Oban and its surroundings.

For those traveling by air, the closest airport to Oban Bay Hal is Glasgow, which is a little over two hours away from our establishment.

Argall House 8

Flintshire, Clwyd, Wales

Argall House From £2580 Availability

Argall House is a beautifully renovated coach house, which sits in the grounds of an astonishing stately manor house, Jacobean Manor which Oliver’s Travels also features. The estate is absolutely magnificent and vast at one hundred acres. Guests staying at Argall House enjoy complete privacy with the benefit of their own private walled garden. The renovation is absolutely spectacular with as astonishing triple height atrium which can be used for weddings and special occasions. The atrium is licensed to hold civil ceremonies and can be set up for one hundred guests. Argall House enjoys four gorgeous bedroom suites, sleeping up to eight guests. If you are celebrating a special occasion, both properties can be taken, sleeping up to twenty two guests in total.

The estate is located in Flintshire in north east Wales with Cheshire to the east, Denbighshire to the West and Chester within easy reach. The area is rich in history and culture with King Edward I ordering work to begin on Flint Castle in 1276, a site of fierce battles between the Celts and Romans, British and Saxons, and Welsh and Normans. Hawarden enjoys two castles, one the home of William Gladstone, four times British Prime Minister. Other notable attractions in this wonderfully scenic area are Ewloe Castle, Bailey Hill in Mold and Point of Ayr lighthouse. Mold is a bustling market town famous for its theatre, markets and June carnival and surrounded by an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The highest peak in the Clwydian Range boasts stunning views of six counties. The nearby Snowdonia National Park offers sensational, rugged scenery, waterfalls and hiking trails to the top of Mount Snowdon. Guests staying at Argall House enjoy an endless list of castles and stately homes to visit and the young are spoilt with many exciting, family friendly attractions.

Whilst retaining attractive ancient features such as exposed beams, Argall House is bang up to date with gorgeous, contemporary bathrooms and two stylish kitchens. The atrium is drowned in natural light, a cavernous space full of atmosphere and boasting a gabled roof and giant glass doors that lead to the private walled garden. Argall House is warm and toasty with central heating, underfloor heating and a welcome log burning fire in the lounge. The lounge is the perfect spot to relax after a mountain walk or a day enjoying views along the Wales Coast path. Modern sofas and chairs sit around the fire where you can enjoy glasses of your favourite tipple while planning the next day’s activities. The house offers two kitchens, both equipped with the very best of appliances. The large yellow kitchen in the West Wing is fabulous with a large range cooker, an American style fridge freezer and a huge island. There is a handy utility room next door with a second dishwasher, microwave and laundry facilities. The kitchen is connected to a beautiful dining room for all guests. There is a smaller kitchen in the East Wing, ideal for guests staying in the East Wing rooms and wanting to make an early morning cup of coffee or a late night snack.

Argall House boasts four generous sized bedrooms, with beds beautifully dressed with luxurious Italian Frette linen, exquisite throws and scatter cushions and gorgeous duck feather pillows and duvets. The bedrooms are accessed from opposite ends of the atrium making Argall House ideal for two families or a multi-generational family. The bedrooms are all on the first floor with lovely round windows offering delightful garden and estate views. Two bedrooms are located in the West Wing up a stone staircase, one overlooking the walled garden and the other with views to the front. Both bedrooms offer an exquisite super kingsize zip and link beds which can be arranged as twins on request. The ensuite bathrooms come with contemporary fittings and luxury White Company toiletries. The East Wing is home to the final two bedrooms which are reached via an oak staircase from the lounge. Again they offer superbly comfortable super kingsize zip and link beds for flexible sleeping arrangements and exquisite linens. They share a stunning, immaculate bathroom.

Outside, guests enjoy their beautiful walled garden and smart garden furniture. It is an idyllic spot where you can enjoy alfresco dining and can even have a marquee set up on the lawn for a wedding or special event.

Guests staying at Argall House can enjoy wonderful catering arrangements including freshly prepared frozen ready meals for lunches based on local and seasonal ingredients, picnic lunches or full fine dining for events. The housekeeper is happy to take delivery of any online shopping orders on the morning of your arrival. There are many activities available at the property and in the grounds including croquet, table tennis, clay pigeon shooting with training given, falconry displays, archery, strolls through the estate and much more. There is a recommended therapist available for in-room massage and holistic treatments.

Argall House enjoys a fabulous countryside location in the country of Flintshire, an area rich in so many ways. With a distinctive heritage, it offers incredible landmarks and the most incredible scenery.  Flint market can be dated back to 1278 and remains a popular attraction in this pretty market town. The ruins of Flint Castle built by Edward I are still worth visiting. The well of St Winefride’s in Holywell has been visited by pilgrims since the seventh century. It gained a reputation as the ‘Lourdes of Wales’. In Hawarden, St Deiniol’s Library is recognised as Britain’s finest library, having been founded by William Gladstone. Mold is another delight with its street markets on Wednesdays and Saturdays and its Theatre Clywd. The famous theatre was opened by Her Majesty the Queen in 1976 and remains Wales’ major drama producing operation.

Angelsey is an hour and a quarter’s drive from Argall House via the North Wales Expressway. Here you will find spectacular landscapes, unspoilt coastline and picturesque villages and towns. There are scenic walks along the coastal path, fantastic water based activities and excellent cycle paths. Rhyl, Prestatyn and Colwyn Bay are all brilliant for days by the sea. The Wales Coast path from Prestatyn to Colwyn is stunning. Children love the SeaQuarium and Welsh Mountain Zoo at Rhyl as well as the town’s miniature railway. The Victorian seaside resort of Llandudno at the foot of the Great Orme, is known for its beautiful North Shore Beach and its iconic pier.

Within the Snowdonia National Park, the mighty Mount Snowdon, is Wales’ highest mountain. There are six recommended paths up the mountain, all of which are pretty tough and can take between six and eight hours to get to the top and back. Alternatively, visitors can take a train up to enjoy breathtaking views of the lakes, waterfalls and peaks.

The Roman town of Chester is within easy reach with its magnificent gardens constructed in 1949 just outside the city walls near the Newgate and Roman Amphitheatre. The garden project formed part of Chester’s contribution to the 1951 Festival of Britain. To provide access to the gorgeous River Dee, the gardens were remodelled in 2000. Chester Cathedral was founded as a Benedictine abbey in 1092. It was rebuilt from around 1250 in Gothic style, a process that took roughly 275 years. Chester Racecourse is known as the Roodee, the oldest racecourse still in use in England. With racing at Chester dating back to the sixteenth century, visitors enjoy many fixtures including the Boodles May Festival. Chester’s Roman Ampitheatre is the largest Roman ampitheatre in the UK.

The National Trust’s Erdigg Hall is a popular visit, fourteen miles from the house. It is a fabulous stately home originally designed in 1683. Its walled garden is stunning with rare fruit trees, a canal, a pond and its collection of ivy. Another of the National Trust’s properties, Bodnant Gardens, is also worth a visit. The gardens span eighty acres with Italianate terraces, colourful shrub borders from around the world, a gorgeous waterfall, the Winter Garden, Old Park Meadow, a riverside garden and the Dell.

Golfers and horse racing enthusiasts are delighted by the courses and Aintree being close by. Aintree is the home of the Grand National, one of the most difficult courses to complete with sixteen steeplechase fences. In addition to the Grand National, Aintree also hosts the Topham Chase, the Fox Hunters’ Chase, the Grand Sefton Handicap Chase and Becher Chase. Aintree is also used for motor racing and music events. There is a 9-hole golf course and driving range there too.

Luxury Lodge, South Devon Coast nr Plymouth, 200m to Beach + In 6

Nr Plymouth, Devon, South West of England

Luxury Lodge, South Devon Coast nr Plymouth, 200m to Beach + In From £959 Availability

Bovisand Lodge Holiday Park is a small award winning family run holiday Park on the South Devon Coast nr Plymouth.
We are nestled in a wooded valley and back onto a safe sandy public beach with stunning views across to Cornwall. The South West Coast Path runs along the bottom of our Park allowing you to explore the stunning scenery. When you fancy a change from the beach, take a dip in our indoor heated pool and sauna.
We are a peaceful Park with an emphasis on nature and tranquillity, so do not have a club house/bar shop or restaurant on-site. These are a short drive or a longer walk away! Generations of guests have enjoyed and appreciate the quality surroundings which has made their stay memorable and special.

Our 4 star, gold award, holiday lodges sleep 6 and are spacious, light and airy and provide excellent self catering accommodation with contemporary styling.

Lodge Information:
38' x 20' design with full double glazing and central heating
Three bedrooms: one en suite with king size bed, one twin with 3' beds and one twin with 2'6" beds.
Two bathrooms: en-suite to master bedroom and separate family bathroom with bath and overhead shower.
Open plan, lounge, kitchen, dining room.
Entrance hall.
Fully equipped modern kitchen with crockery, pans, cutlery glasses and utensils, washing up liquid and cloth, microwave, dishwasher (tablets provided), full size fridge and freezer
Washing machine
LCD digital TV with DVD.
Contemporary soft furnishings and excellent fixtures and fittings.
Enclosed decked area.
Teak balcony furniture and gas BBQ for outdoor dining.


Facilities at Bovisand Lodge Holiday Park include:
An indoor heated swimming pool and sauna
Comprehensive launderette facilities
Small children's play park with climbing tower, slide, swings, & springy Badminton/football nets and a table tennis table
Plenty of open space at the front of the park for the more energetic who might like to fly a kite of play a game of rounders, football or cricket
Friendly Goats and Chickens
Woodland Walk with Brass Rubbing Trail
Free WiFi available
Communal Firepit

The public beach is around two minutes walk from the holiday park it is very safe for bathing and at low tide there is a large expanse of sand with rock pools to keep children & adults (!) happy for hours searching for crabs and shrimps.

Explore the Area, our tips on what to see & do;

We are a quiet holiday destination yet only seven miles from Plymouth City Centre.
Take the water taxi to Plymouth’s historic Barbican, where the Pilgrim Fathers set sail for America. We love wandering along the cobbles, browsing in the antiques shops and independent restaurants and obligatory fish and chip shops.
Continue on to the Hoe, if you are feeling energetic climb to the top of the iconic lighthouse – Smeatons Tower and be rewarded with 360 views, or take a dip on the 1930’s sea water lido. Beatles fans can sit where John and all sat to have their picture taken whilst making their Magical Mystery Tour film.
Play Golf at Staddon Heights – a stunning cliff top course with views over Cornwall to Dartmoor
The South West coast path runs along the bottom of our holiday Park – explore Devon’s dramatic coast line in both directions – you can even stop for a pub lunch along the way!
Explore Royal William Yard and take the Cremyll ferry (foot passenger) to Mount Edgcombe, explore the grounds and walk to the fishing villages of Kingsand and Cawsand
There are many National Trust properties are nearby – Saltram, Antony, Cotehele
Go on a snorkel safari or rock pool ramble at Wembury Beach – a national marine conservation area

Visit One Of The Many Children’s Attractions:

National Marine Aquarium
Pennywell Farm
Dartmoor Zoo
Woodlands Adventure Park

If you are looking for a contemporary, modern holiday lodge near the beach, this is it.

Bovisand Lodge also offers 12 Premium caravans and 3 Heritage Apartments in the East Wing of their Grade 2 listed country house.

House Rules/Things to Note:
Sorry no dogs
No smoking in the accommodation
We are in a rural location, so a car is necessary
Change Over is Saturday to Saturday - 7 nights during school summer holidays
Outside of the school holidays we can be flexible with arrival day and duration
Short breaks available
Maximum Stay 2 weeks
Check in from 4PM Check out at 9.30AM

Promotions (outside of the school holidays):

Book a Mon to Fri break and get 4 nights for the price of 3.
When you book 2 weeks you will receive £100 reduction on the total price. (Outside of the school holidays).






Located in Plymouth, this chalet is in a rural area and on the waterfront. South Devon and Tamar Valley reflect the area's natural beauty and area attractions include National Marine Aquarium and National Maritime Aquarium. Traveling with kids? Consider Antony Woodland Garden, or check out an event or a game at Plymouth Pavilions. Be sure to check out the area's animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Seaside home,dog friendly,in a peaceful park in Bacton,by the s 4

Bacton, Norfolk, East of England

Seaside home,dog friendly,in a peaceful park in Bacton,by the s From £679 Availability

Tastefully refurbished, end of terrace holiday home based on Rainbows End Park in Bacton. It sleeps four in two bedrooms, has an open living and dining room and is pet friendly too. The property is decorated in a coastal style, with tiled floors throughout. Come here to relax and enjoy the sea air, but there are so many gems to discover within Norfolk that you are just a short drive away from discovering. Nearby are Happisburgh Lighthouse and East Ruston Gardens, travel a little further to enjoy Cromer Pier, Bewilderwood, Amazona Zoo, National Trust properties, Steam Railways, the Norfolk Broads; there is a wealth of places to explore whilst on holiday. If you can drag yourself away from the beach that is!
Book with confidence. We are a member of the Holiday Home Association and operate by their code of practice. Please don't hesitate to contact me for more information. Please scroll down for fast facts, and top tips!

TOP TIPS:
1) Short break prices are for 3 night weekends (Friday to Monday), 4 night midweek (Monday to Friday) with flexible bookings between November and March. For all other durations please contact me

2)Two night stays with a late checkout are welcome, priced at the three night short break rate

3) Contact me for late availability, any discounted rates and lots more information about the area

FAST FACTS:
Peaceful holiday park - no on site facilities
Sandy beaches just yards away
13 acres of grassland to enjoy - picnic and play games or walk the dog
Free wi-fi - just bring your devices
Dog friendly - numbers are size dependent for comfort (usually 2 to 3) No dogs UNDER ONE YEAR OLD please without prior agreement.
One double, one twin room, one bathroom with shower over the bath
Open plan living, dining and kitchen
Decked terrace with secure gate, 3' high balustrades
Patio table and chairs
Outside storage box with a range of beach toys and equipment.
Flat screen TV, DVD, CD player and ipod dock
Hotel quality bedlinen
Complimentary toiletries plus liquid soap
Kitchen essentials supplied - washing up liquid, washing tablets, kitchen roll, cling film, foil etc
Central heating by electric radiators
Doggy welcome pack - homemade dog biscuits, water bowl, poo bags & tennis balls
Designated parking space
Tide clock and tide times on our website - to help plan your day
Several eating places within a 15 minute walk - pubs, cafe, chinese and fish and chip takeaway.
Well stocked shop in the village for newspapers, food, essentials and off licence.

Flexible booking between November and March
Book with confidence - now in our tenth year of renting and members of the Holiday Home Association

Refunds minus the deposit or simply an admin fee, can be provided in certain circumstances where the property is rebooked following a cancellation. The site does not have a cancellation policy that matches ours, therefore please ask for more details.



Located in Norwich, this chalet is near the beach. The area's natural beauty can be seen at Norfolk Coast and The Broads National Park, while Norfolk Motorcycle Museum and Stalham Firehouse Museum are cultural highlights. East Ruston Old Vicarage and The Museum of the Broads are also worth visiting. Windsurfing and surfing/body boarding offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with cycling and horse riding nearby.

Top 30 Counties with Log Cabins