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633 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.

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Springs 10

Sonning Eye, Oxfordshire, Heart of England

Springs From £7418 Availability

Springs is a stunning luxurious four-bedroomed Barn conversion set within the picturesque hamlet of Sonning Eye. Historical and magical in an exclusive lakeside location, you are surrounded by beautiful scenery and immersed in tranquillity.

Seamlessly blending high-end contemporary living with historical features, This four-bedroomed delight is in a gorgeous corner of Oxfordshire which offers wonderful riverside walks, pretty villages and fabulous restaurants close to hand and is a magnet for those who appreciate a touch of luxury in a gorgeous setting.

Set beside the lake with pretty chocolate box views, Springs is a stunning 300-year-old barn conversion, immaculately furnished throughout. The layout boldly highlights the property’s striking original features whilst providing every modern amenity’s luxury, comfort and convenience.

Full-length Crittall style windows and doors and double-height open beam ceilings frame the impressive open plan Ground Floor living and dining area, offering a fantastic socialising space. Furnished with style and flair, the living space has large comfy sofas surrounding a huge feature fireplace and faces out to the gorgeous furnished terrace providing a lovely space to kick back, relax and take in the fabulous surroundings.

The stylish dining area has a large modern dining table overhung with dramatic lights, perfect for fabulous feasts and lively dinner parties! The open-style kitchen area is modern, well-equipped and sleek, so it should delight the chefs in your party. The large island/breakfast bar is ideal for casual wining and dining.

Quiet time or movie nights can be enjoyed in the cosy second lounge area, and a utility room and separate WC are available for the comfort and convenience of the guests.

The property has four double bedrooms full of charm and character. Each bedroom has plush beds with crisp Egyptian cotton bedlinen and enjoys the luxury of an en-suite bathroom. The Master Bedroom has a classy bathroom with a freestanding bath and has a separate lounge area with a double sofa bed which, if required, can sleep a further two guests offering great flexibility for families.

Springs has lovely outside space with lots of space on the expansive terrace, which has a gorgeous dining area for alfresco dining and barbeque fun, large comfy loungers to enjoy sunshine cocktails or post-dinner drinks and a table tennis table for those who fancy a challenge!

There is a charming, fully fenced pond in front of the house, a large lawn garden ideal for fun and games, and your own basketball court. For long lazy evenings, there is a fire pit and seating in front of the lake where u can sit back and relax and delight in the tranquil surroundings.

If you can’t bear to leave the dog at home, well-behaved dogs are welcome but don’t forget to pack the dog bed!

Springs is in a wonderful scenic waterside oasis which enjoys the luxury of having fabulous restaurants and pubs close to hand as well as easy access to Henley on Thames, Reading and London.

Springs is located in Sonning Eye, which is a beautiful hamlet on the River Thames in Oxfordshire. A millrace cuts through this roughly heart-shaped Island and lies opposite the quintessentially English village of Sonning in Berkshire. The two places are linked by Sonning Bridge which forms the county line boundary. There has been a bridge in this spot since 1125, and rumour has it that it was an escape route for Dick Turpin, who lived in the area. Look out for the post box on the side of the Grade II listed bridge that can only be reached by water! Although few shops are in the village’s high street and hamlet, you will find several pubs and restaurants to enjoy.

The Mill at Sonning is a converted 18th-century mill that has been lovingly converted to house a theatre, restaurant and bar. It’s extremely popular for dinner and a show and is adjoined to the Mill House, which just happens to be the home of George and Amal Clooney!

The 16th-century pub, The Bull Inn, and The French Horn offer traditional English pub food, while The Great House at Sonning offers fine dining in a historical setting.

The village is home to several historic buildings, including the 13th-century St Andrew’s Church and the Old Vicarage, once the home of the novelist George Eliot.

There are wonderful riverside walks along the River Thames, including the Thameside Walk, starting in the car park of the Mill at Sonning and lasting three miles to Shiplake, or the Thames Path, which is a long-distance walking trail in both directions and is well-signposted and easy to walk. Sonning is a popular spot for boating enthusiasts, and a wonderful day out is to either rent a boat or take a boat tour of the river’s tranquil beauty.

There are loads of fabulous places to visit only a short drive away, including Henley-on-Thames, famous for its boat regatta, Hambleden, possibly the most picturesque village in the Chiltern Hills and Windsor, home to the Royal Family.

Springs offers a wonderful escape from the maddening crowds and offers a unique, indulgent waterside experience. If you fancy a luxurious getaway with friends or family in a beautiful exclusive riverside location, then Springs is the property you have been looking for.

The Secret Temple 2

Dursley, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

The Secret Temple From £3574 Availability

The Secret Temple is a fabulous, utterly unique 19th-century Doric Temple set within the sumptuous Stancombe Estate, which inspired Brideshead Revisited.

Surrounded by stunning Grade 1 Listed gardens and sitting above a beautiful lake, this one-bedroomed property is near Dursley in a gorgeous corner of Gloucestershire within walking distance of the Cotswold Way famed for its wonderful walks. This is possibly one of the most romantic destinations you will ever encounter and is ideal for an unforgettable luxury escape.

The Grade 1-listed The Secret Temple is a hidden hideaway reached by a long winding drive and is a truly stunning sight with its majestic columns and smart facade rising above the glittering lake, offering seclusion and calm and creating a wonderfully intimate atmosphere.

The accommodation is on one level and offers a spacious central column-clad hallway which leads off to delightful snug areas richly furnished in deep reds and golds overlooked by exotic artworks, creating a decadent ambience. Guests can enjoy a plush sitting area, a compact but well-equipped kitchen, a writing area and a wonderful extravagant double bed set into an alcove with pillars on either side. The separate bathroom has a shower, basin and WC. The lodge is centrally heated so you can snuggle on cosy cooler evenings, and there is Wi-Fi, flat-screen television and a built-in music system for your entertainment. If you can’t bear to leave the dog at home, well-behaved dogs are welcome but don’t forget to pack the dog bed!

The Secret Temple has lovely outside furnished terraces with unforgettable gardens and lake views. Enjoy a sundowner, outside dining or barbeques and breathe in the sheer beauty of this location. A series of stone steps lead down to the jetty, and guests can indulge in a spot of boating or bathing on the lake. If you are still feeling energetic after exploring the grounds, you can also make use of the tennis court.

Steeped in romance, unique and indulgent, The Secret Temple is the spot for proposals and honeymoons or to simply share starry-eyed moments with your loved one– so enjoy the welcome hamper, which includes champagne to toast your special time together.

Stancombe Park is positioned at the heart of the Cotswold Way in Dursley, Gloucestershire and offers 300 acres of stunning grounds and magnificent architecture, including a Chinese tea house and Egyptian ice house. The estate is steeped in history and a real joy to explore.

The gardens on the estate include the wonderful secret ‘folly’ gardens, with narrow paths, tunnels, and caves set above a beautiful lake and boathouse, giving it a mystical, magical feel. The more formal gardens lead to the main house and fully justify the Grade 1 listing the Park and Gardens have been given. House guests enjoy exclusive access to the grounds, whereas public access is limited to pre-booked tours making this an extraordinary experience.
Nestled within the private estate, The Secret Temple is the perfect getaway to explore the Cotswolds, and there are plenty of walking tours available along the Cotswold Way, which stretches for over 100 miles from Chipping Camden in the North and Bath in the South. Expect picture-perfect towns and villages with honey-coloured houses, acres of beautiful rolling countryside, and memorable historic sites.
Tetbury is only a short drive away and has some beautiful eating establishments, including The Conservatory at Calcot Manor, Lola & Co and The Royal Oak. Tetbury is also home to  Westonbirt, the National Arboretum, which hosts one of the world's most beautiful and important plant collections; there are 600 acres and 17 miles of paths to explore. There is a Gruffalo trail for the kiddies, free talks on Saturdays and Sundays and dog-friendly areas.
There are stunning gardens, palaces and manor houses only a short drive from Stancombe, and highlights include Highgrove, King Charles lll’s private residence. The Gardens are renowned as some of the most inspiring and innovative in the UK, and during the summer months, garden tours and the chance to sample afternoon tea in the Orchard Room can be booked.
The Cotswolds is full of charming characterful pubs and restaurants, with many special treats to enjoy. If you wish to dine like a future king, try The Potting Shed Pub in Crudwell, as William and Kate had many a romantic dinner there whilst they were dating!

You will be hard pushed to find a prettier area than the Cotswolds, and there is lots to discover and admire; staying at The Secret Temple offers an exclusive taste of Country Estate living and is the perfect base to explore this enchanting region.

Rosetti Farm 16

Ashburton, Devon, South West of England

Rosetti Farm From £4515 Availability

Located in Woodland, South Devon, this luxury farmhouse has been meticulously refurbished to provide a haven of peace. Designed to accommodate larger groups, it boasts seven bedrooms and ten beds, ensuring ample space for up to sixteen guests.

Immerse yourself in a seamless blend of modern elegance and traditional cottage charm. There are two distinct living areas adorned with Moroccan rugs, eclectic art and plush sofas that beckon you to sink into their embrace. Crackling open fires and wood-burning stoves envelop you in a warm glow as you peruse through the book collection. Admire the soaring wooden beams and high ceilings that house a cinema space, piano and a myriad of games. Also included is a huge flatscreen TV, table tennis, vinyl collection, pool table and turntable.

The kitchen and dining room overlook the walled herb and fruit garden. Cook up a storm using the outdoor parilla grill and pizza oven. There is also a fridge, microwave, dishwasher, stove, oven, coffee maker and bread maker.

The four bedrooms upstairs, out of which two boast en-suite bathrooms, exude a style of their own. Additionally, two en-suite bedrooms downstairs and a mezzanine sleeping area ensure privacy and comfort.

Take a leisurely stroll around the sprawling grounds. Lounge on sun beds or sway gently in a hammock, embracing the serenity of the garden, orchard, pond and fields. Tuck into the stone barn, which is outfitted with underfloor heating. Other amenities include a wood-burning sauna, high-speed Wi-Fi, washing machine and dryer. There is free parking on the grounds for added convenience.

The farmhouse is nestled in the picturesque South Devon countryside between the villages of Broadhempston and Woodland. With its two inviting pubs and a village shop,  Broadhempston offers a delightful taste of rural life. Nearby, the towns of Ashburton and Totnes await, each with its own distinctive charm.

For history enthusiasts, a visit to Powderham Castle is a must. As you amble through scenic landscapes, the castle’s grandeur gradually unfolds. Built-in 1390 by Sir Philip Courtenay, it stands proudly as the seat of the Earl of Devon. Explore the historic rooms and beautiful gardens, and the area’s rich heritage.

In Dartmoor National Park, you’re surrounded by deep wooded valleys, meandering rivers, and majestic rock formations. You’ll see Dartmoor ponies roaming freely while also encountering foxes, otters, weasels, stoats, and deers. Stop by for a beer at a charming country pub. Strike up a chat with the friendly locals, who’ll regale you with their engrossing stories.

A 40-minute drive from the farmhouse takes you to the cosmopolitan city of Exeter. Participate in a free tour of Exeter Cathedral, an architectural masterpiece in Gothic splendour. Wander through a fascinating labyrinth of medieval passages beneath Exeter High Street, which once brought fresh water to the city. Heading to the quayside, you can stroll along the river, hire a bike or a canoe, or simply soak up the vibrant atmosphere of charming cafes, restaurants, pubs, and bars.

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