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2086 Log Cabins in South West of England

Think rugged coastlines, sandy beaches, great surf and sparkling blue seas, the wild moors of Dartmoor to the Somerset Levels and the dramatic Cheddar Gorge, the South West has plenty to offer. With a lively arts scene, great local food and walking and cycling opportunities galore.

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Looe, Cornwall, South West of England

From £505 Availability

At Valleybrook you can enjoy the space and freedom of luxury self-catering accommodation and indulge in the dream of having your very own Cornish getaway, with all of life's little luxuries and everyday conveniences at your fingertips. We have eight properties available, just click on the links for our prices and availability.


Near Liskeard, Cornwall, South West of England

From £380 Availability

Our Cabins are set exclusively within Forestry Commission estates in beautiful woodland and lochside locations, each with its own unique character offering the perfect setting for a relaxed holiday. We have Cabin sites in Cornwall, Gloucestershire, North Yorkshire and Scotland.

NEW - We are also introducing Forest Retreats at Deerpark and Strathyre as well as upgrading all of our standard Evergreen Cabins to luxurious Silver Birch and Golden Oak Cabins.

We offer relaxing midweek and weekend breaks away and week long holidays, so whatever length break you are looking for, we are sure that we have the perfect Forest Holiday for you.


Christchurch, Dorset, South West of England

From £580 Availability

Riverside Park Self Catering Establishment of the Year 2007, is a friendly family run business comprising of 8 self catering town houses accommodating from 2 to 6 people. We are located on the banks of the River Stour in a quiet and picturesque location in the centre of Christchurch.All our comfortable town houses have patios and balconies overlooking our pretty secluded garden and the activity of the river. We are ideally situated for the Town Centre, Christchurch Quay, Safe Sandy Beaches, the New Forest, Bournemouth and Poole.For further information please take a look at our website.


Bath, Somerset, South West of England

From £150 Availability

We provide a wonderful holiday experience where you can enjoy the beautiful Somerset countryside, nature and wildlife, which is only a short distance from Bath, one of England's most attractive cities.

The Kingfisher Lodge provides the perfect location for enjoying all that Somerset and Wiltshire has to offer and is a fabulous place for children to enjoy, with the enclosed play area and high tech games room.

A warm welcome awaits you at Purbeck Holiday Lets, where upon your arrival you will receive a welcome pack, with a few essentials along with some helpful local information, to get you started on your self catering holiday.

There are no hidden extras, electricity, bed linen and towels are all included in the price. A Continental breakfast is offered upon request.


Plymouth, Devon, South West of England

From £275 Availability

'Churchwood Valley Holiday Park is a family-run Business set in 100 acres of mature wooded valley on the edge of Wembury Bay.The business has made some excellent efforts in environmental management and most notably has an excellent reputation for wildlife. There is a local wildlife interpretation centre and many woodland and garden birds can be seen around the secluded woodland timber chalets.There is a shop on site which stocks most provisions

"Kingfisher Lodge" with Sea Views in a Peaceful Location 6

Osmington Mills, Dorset, South West of England

From £588 Availability


Kingfisher Lodge is a detached cabin with sea views Osmington Mills, Dorset. It is located on the peaceful Osmington Holiday Park with direct access to the South West Coast Path and the South Dorset Ridgeway Path.

It has three bedrooms, one double and two twin bedrooms, a family bathroom (bath with shower over, sink and WC) and an additional separate WC, the lodge can comfortably sleep six people.

Kingfisher Lodge also offers a fitted kitchen, a family dining area and a spacious sitting room with an electric fire. The lodge also benefits from central heating for cosy out of season breaks.

Outside the property you will find off-road parking for two cars and a covered balcony with furniture.

A 5 minute walk away is the lovely Smuggler's Inn pub offering fine beer and food, a great way to end a busy day.

In season you will also have access to the Osmington Holiday Park heated outdoor swimming pool and Country Club.

It is a wonderful base for a family or group of friends to explore this beautiful part of Dorset.

Located in Weymouth, this cabin is near the beach. Tudor House and Max Gate are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at Dorset and East Devon Coast and Lodmoor Country Park. Looking to enjoy an event or a game while in town? See what's happening at The Avenue Stadium or Purbeck Shooting School. Take an opportunity to explore the area for outdoor excitement like horse riding and other activities like birdwatching.

'Beach House' style cabin in secluded valley 1 mile from Bantha 4

Bantham, Devon, South West of England

'Beach House' style cabin in secluded valley 1 mile from Bantha From £553 Availability

UPDATE: Complete new kitchen and bathroom fitted for 2020 . Underfloor heating in bathroom, slimline dishwasher in kitchen with Butler sink and Corian worktop. New solid oak flooring in kitchen and lounge. Emma mattresses on all beds

Set in a quiet valley, 1 mile from Bantham beach (voted best beach in UK and 6th best in Europe by Lonely Planet in 2015), one of only five log cabins at the site, Toad Hall is beautifully presented and equipped.
It sleeps 4 in a double and twin bedrooms (DVD player in twin room), and has a shower room, kitchen area (both of which were completely re-fitted in December 2019) with oven and induction hob, dishwasher, washer/dryer, microwave and fridge with freezer compartment and a sitting/dining area with satellite TV/DVD, PS3, I-Pod/phone/pad dock and a selection of books, DVD's and games. There are electric wall-panel heaters in all rooms, underfloor heating in Bathroom and plinth heater in Kitchen.
Mobile phone signal is poor but there is a landline for guests to use if necessary. There is also now Wi-Fi internet access (but you don't have to tell your kids as it is all hidden away from view).
Outside is a small lawned and fenced area with picnic table. To the front of the cabin there is a decking area with table/chairs and parasol. There is also an external Butler sink for washing sandy/muddy shoes and wetsuits.
The cabins share a communal grass area, bordered by a stream running along the bottom of the valley. Toad Hall has 2 allocated parking spaces. Dogs are allowed (2 max.)

Buckland Park is situated on the road to Bantham and separated from Bigbury on Sea and Burgh Island by the beautiful Avon estuary. There is a seasonal foot ferry from Bantham to the Bigbury side.
It is possible to walk from the cabin to Bantham, either across the fields and public footpaths to West Buckland and down a quiet road to the village, or by walking up the drive, along the Bantham road for about 500 yds, turn right and join a public track which runs along the side of the River Avon to Bantham. The only steep bit is the driveway to the road, which is about a 5 minute walk.
There is a large car park at Bantham beach which is privately run by the Evans Estates. They charge £5 a day for parking but a weekly ticket is £20 and 2 weeks is £30. This is a lovely beach for children, surfers and kite surfers. There are lifeguards May - September. Dogs are allowed on the Ham, a large area of grass and scrub behind the dunes, and also on the beach at the western end - at low tide this is a large area of sand. They are not allowed on the main beach in summer.
Beach facilities are limited to public toilets however there is a mobile caterer in the grassy area behind the dunes during the Summer months that does a great selection of hot and cold food and drinks. You can walk to the village for the shop/cafe and pub. Evening BBQs are allowed on the beach.
Bantham Beach is great for snorkelling and rock-pooling as well as being one of the foremost surf beaches in the UK.

The valley that Toad Halls sits in has a huge amount of wildlife with a large variety of birds including Buzzards, plus rabbits, squirrels, weasels, shrews, moles, owls, bats, badgers and so forth (all seen from the property). Deer also sometimes cross the fields in the valley. In addition, the small farm at the top of the lane has Alpacas (Llamas), sheep, chickens and occasionally pigs (piglets).

During our recent visit there was a Spotted Woodpecker on the decking post plus we also found a Glow Worm in the garden (first I have ever seen!). Best of all, I spend 10 minutes kayaking off Bantham beach with a pair of Dolphins that came to within 20 feet of my kayak and with the water clear enough that I watched them swimming under the boat... exceptionally exciting!!

Due to the sloping site and steps to the cabin it may not be suitable for the disabled.

Located in Kingsbridge, this cabin is in a rural area and near the beach. Overbecks Museum and Garden and Start Point Lighthouse are local landmarks, and the area's natural beauty can be seen at South Devon and Dartmoor National Park. Traveling with kids? Consider Sea N Shore, or check out an event or a game at Plympton Swimming Pool. Scuba diving and snorkeling offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hiking and cycling nearby.

'Diddylake' A pair of shepherd huts in the wild. 2

Liskeard, Cornwall, South West of England

'Diddylake' A pair of shepherd huts in the wild. From £770 Availability

Two handcrafted shepherd huts in a very private, tranquil location on Bodmin Moor. The huts are off grid and have a low environmental impact. We're 3.5 miles away from the picturesque village of St Neot and 8 miles away from the historic market town of Liskeard. The North and South coasts are easily accessible offering some of the best surfing, swimming and cliff walks. The huts are cosy and homely with logburner and comfortable bed! The spring fed hot/cold shower is next to a compost loo
The space
It’s not often you get to live in the heart of a Site of Special Scientific Interest, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty or a Dark Sky Reserve, but Diddylake is in the middle of all three. The two huts set by Diddylake house (the ruin) on the rolling moors feel a world away from just about anything. One hut is your bedroom, with wood-burning stove and thick blankets keeping it cosy in any weather, and the other is your kitchen with hobs and a dining table and the BBQ and fire pit just outside. The shower and compost loo are in their own wooden hut down by the old house. The whole site has been done out by Jackson with recycled finds and local timber, giving the spaces a soft woody smell and a homely feel. There might be a chilly stroll to the loo or a dash between the huts here and there, but it all gives you a sense of living in a different age and in real wilderness.
Jacksons home is a few hundred metres away, and doesn’t intrude on you at all, but it’s still close enough that you can wander up for assistance or to visit the livestock. The rest of your time you have the whole of Bodmin Moor on your doorstep and the coast within easy reach. Split your days between rambling in the hills, trips to surfing beaches or the marked hiking trails round nearby Colliford Lake. Even lounging at the huts you’ll not want for wildlife encounters. There's lots of wildlife to observe, birds include buzzards, duck, swallows, skylarks and cuckoos just to mention a few. Listen carefully and you could hear a red kite. Deer and fox are frequent visitors and keep an eye open for butterflies, dragonflies, newts and frogs. Keep your camera to hand! At night, the seclusion is brought home by spectacular starry skies.
Guest access
Guests are welcome to make use of the field and area by the huts. The marshy area to the right of the track leading down to the huts is best avoided after rain. It can get quite boggy and is fenced off.
Other things to note
Extra guests are welcome to stay there is plenty of room for tents or camper vans. Please bring your own tents and bedding.

There will be a few logs supplied to get you going. More can be bought.

The shepherd huts are powered by a 12 volt solar system for lighting and phone charging.

The kitchen Shepherd hut has a four ring gas hob for cooking. pots, pans, cooking utensils, crockery & cutlery are also provided.

There are lots of information leaflets for local attractions, activities and events, Carnglaze caverns, Siblyback lake, Caradon Heritage Mining trail to mention just a few.

This cabin is located in Liskeard. Stuart House Arts and Heritage Centre and Lostwithiel Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Pinsla Garden and Nursery and Adrenalin Quarry. Lanhydrock and Kartworld are also worth visiting.

'Otter Lodge' Chalet to Rent in the heart of the Jurassic Coast 4

Seaton, Devon, South West of England

'Otter Lodge' Chalet to Rent in the heart of the Jurassic Coast From £315 Availability

Situated in delightful surroundings on a private chalet park (not a holiday camp) and is an ideal base to explore the beautiful areas of East Devon or to just have a peaceful and relaxing holiday and enjoy the communal gardens.

Set at the top of Seaton, East Devon on the main Lyme Regis to Exeter A3052 it is in easy reach of Sidmouth, Beer, Axminster, Branscombe, Lyme Regis, Exeter, West Bay and many of the local attractions such as Beer Quarry Caves, Sidmouth Donkey Sanctuary, Crealy Adventure Park to name a few and the beautiful coastal walks, friendly country pubs and beaches along the Jurassic Coastline. 

Otter Lodge is a well presented and comfortable cedar wood chalet with all the amenities you need to make your stay enjoyable.  Whether you want a quiet, relaxing break or somewhere to stay so you can visit all the stunning local areas and attractions along the Jurassic Coast, this is the place for you.

The Lodge sleeps 4 people and comprises of an open plan living/dining and kitchen area; two bedrooms; bathroom;  storage area for luggage; veranda/terrace and washing line in the rear garden..  Smoking is not permitted inside the Lodge.

The Kitchen is fully equipped with all you might need for meal preparation and presentation, whether using the microwave or baking and roasting! There is a full sized oven, electric hob, fridge and other appliances.   Tea towels are provided together with other cleaning cloths and materials.

The Living Room has a three-seater sofa, pouf/footstool and two arm chairs, TV with Freeview, DVD player and radio, electric fire and additional radiators.

The Dining Area has a table and 4 chairs.  There is an additional table and 2 chairs on the veranda for 'al fresco' dining or just somewhere to sit and relax.

The Bedrooms have small wardrobes for storage and wall mounted heaters.  Bedroom One is a double room and Bedroom Two is a twin-bedded room.  Bed Linen is provided.

The Bathroom has a bath, wash basin and toilet with a wall mounted heater.  Bathroom Towels are not provided

Heating and Power is supplied via a £1 Coin Meter (not included in the rental price).  Electricity charges will depend on usage.

Hot Water is supplied via the immersion heater

Safety: There is a smoke detector, fire blanket and extinguisher in the kitchen area together with a fully equipped First Aid Kit.

Pet Friendly:  A maximum of two well behaved and house-trained dogs are permitted for a small additional charge.  

Additional Extras: The Lodge has a selection of DVDs and CDs together with various board games suitable for all ages to keep the whole family amused during your stay.  A complimentary welcome basket is also provided for that much needed cuppa on arrival. 

Outside the Lodge: 
There is a decked veranda with seating.  Smoking is permitted on the Veranda.  There is also a washing line in the rear chalet garden.
Communal gardens surrounding the Lodge with picnic tables.  

Parking:  The Lodge has its own allocated parking space and parking is free to guests.  There are also numerous visitor spaces available.
Onsite Shop:  There is a filling station and convenience store alongside the Chalet Park which is well stocked for all your basic needs.

Local Travel:  There is a bus stop outside the Chalet Park and buses run regularly to all the local areas and attractions - ideal if you prefer not to drive and find parking spaces

No Booking Fees
Pet Friendly - Please contact for more information
2 Bedrooms - Sleeps 4
Self Catering
Jurassic Coast
Private Site
Central location for all the local beaches and attractions

Located in Seaton, this chalet is in a rural area and by the sea. The Gateway Theatre and Lyme Regis Museum are cultural highlights, and some of the area's attractions include Seaton Jurassic and Pecorama. Traveling with kids? Consider The Donkey Sanctuary, or check out an event or a game at The Tunnel Target Sports Centre. Fishing and swimming offer great chances to get out on the surrounding water, or you can seek out an adventure with hiking/biking trails and horse riding nearby. Guests love the chalet's quiet location.

'The Arc' Self-contained eco hut, Nr St Ives, Cornwall 2

Hayle, Cornwall, South West of England

'The Arc' Self-contained eco hut, Nr St Ives, Cornwall From £700 Availability

The Arc is located in a beautiful private meadow surrounded by trees not far from Gwithian Beach, Godrevy Lighthouse and St Ives. The Arc, a beautiful eco hut, offers everything you will need, complete with a wet room, kitchen and snug mezzanine double bed. The private outdoor space is perfect for sitting and relaxing after a day out exploring, and when the sun goes down, you can cosy up next to the wood burner—ideal for couples looking for a quiet relaxing base for exploring Cornwall.

Located in Hayle, this cabin is in a rural area and near the beach. Godolphin Estate and Poldark Mine are local landmarks, and some of the area's attractions include Paradise Park and JungleBarn and Country Skittles. Ready for a night out? Consider Acorn Theatre and Performance Centre.

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