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1656 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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Little Hay 4

Hexham, Northumberland, North of England

Little Hay From £3517 Availability

In keeping with the natural beauty of the Northumberland setting, Little Hay is designed with fresh, natural tones and modern flourishes that combine to make a luxurious loft space spread over two floors and sleeping up to four guests.

The main living area is spread over the first floor, where arched ceilings and sweeping views across the courtyard invite you in to relax and unwind on the comfortable sofas in front of a log-burning stove.  This area is perfect for entertaining with an open plan kitchen and dining area, complete with breakfast island and six-seater farmhouse style table to choose from for your evening meals.  Catering is made easy with all you will need from kettle to wall mounted ovens in a stylish marble-topped kitchen, but if you wanted to take the day off then why not order some chef prepped ready meals from the hotel to warm up at home?  Or if dining out is your preference, you can head over to the hotel restaurant for breakfast lunch, afternoon tea or dinner!  Little Hay brings the chic glamour, yet comfort and convenience of a self-catered holiday with all the added bonuses of sharing the grounds with a boutique hotel.

The sleeping accommodation in the house is found on the ground floor, and is split into two tastefully decorated double bedrooms, both with en-suite bathroom.  Crisp white linens, soft pillows and complimentary toiletries mean all you need to worry about it enjoying your morning lie-in within this peaceful countryside setting.

Right in the heart of the beautiful rolling hills and breath-taking scenery of Northumberland the Warwick Hall estate comes complete with relaxing spa, swimming pool and restaurants offering afternoon teas to enjoy as a sumptuous treat after a busy day trekking and exploring.  With Hadrian’s Wall and Chester’s Roman fort right on your doorstep, you are perfectly located to visit some of the best historic sites the UK has to offer.

In the heart of Northumberland, this striking estate is in easy reach of the bustling shops, museums, sporting arenas and eateries of Newcastle Upon Tyne, all just half an hour’s drive away, but the countryside location is a million miles from the bright lights, offering rugged natural beauty, historic landmarks and quaint market towns aplenty.

For those looking to indulge in the area’s rich history a trip to Chester’s Roman Fort offers the chance to explore an outpost set alongside the 83 miles of Hadrian’s Wall.  Dating back to AD 123, this Roman cavalry fort has beautifully preserved roman baths, steam room and officer’s quarters to discover, all set in the rugged beauty of Northumberland’s rolling hills.   Set yourself a challenge to walk or cycle the length of the wall or book a local guide to discover facts and information about the arduous process of building and maintaining the historic site.

Take a drive to the thriving market town of Hexham, and make sure you stop off at the historic Hexham Abbey.  Dating back to AD674, this historic structure houses hands on exhibits and experiences that will suit all ages.   Whilst in Hexham, don’t miss a visit to the Hexham Gaol, now a museum with a range of exhibits from archaeology to costumes.

A pretty walk to Hareshaw Linn (12 miles) will take you over six bridges and lead you to a striking 9m waterfall.  Set within a wildlife rich ancient woodland, this is a great place for a picnic and photo opportunity.  Look out for woodpeckers, red squirrels and bats!

Travel further afield for a day trip to the astounding Alnwick Castle.  Stroll amongst the courtyards and archways that featured dominantly in the first two Harry Potter films as the location for Hogwarts.   Right next to the castle are the beautiful Alnwick Gardens, a 12-acre landscaped garden with its grand tiered water feature, the Grand Cascade, exotic plant life and impressive wooden treehouse restaurant.

Keen golfers will be tempted for a round at Matfen Park, a Championship Northumberland course hosted by Warwick Hall’s sister estate.  Set in an idyllic landscape you can try a round or visit the driving range and Par-3 area.   If golfing isn’t your thing then contact the estate’s reception to arrange a hunting and shooting trip, accommodating all levels and tailored to the individual’s taste.  Or if you’d like to try your hand at River Fishing, then local expert, James Stokoe offers guided fishing days along the stunning warden stretches of the river.

Juneberry House 4

Hexham, Northumberland, North of England

Juneberry House From £2442 Availability

This countryside property is a converted stables with warmth, style and comfort at its heart.  Complete with roll top bath, feature fireplace and farmhouse cabinets Juneberry House provides a warm and inviting self-catering prospect whilst benefiting from its location on the grounds of a lovely boutique hotel in the stunning rolling hills of Northumberland.

Comfortably sleeping four guests, this inviting home boasts a spacious open living dining area, with a striking fireplace with wood burner opening out to comfy tartan sofas, a well-equipped kitchen and a six-seater dining table for family meals around the table.  While the marble-topped kitchen has everything you need to self-cater with ease, the on-site hotel can provide chef prepared meals to heat up in your oven, allowing you to relax with a glass of wine while dinner cooks.

Also on the ground floor is a beautiful double bedroom with stunning en-suite, complete with walk-in shower and a roll-top bath for those long morning soaks in the bubbles.  A further double bedroom and en-suite can be found on the top floor, all with stylish décor, crisp white linens and complimentary toiletries.

With local artwork and striking courtyard views, Juneberry House offers peace and privacy with WiFi and Smart TV included and even a selection of board games.  Right in the heart of the beautiful rolling hills and breath-taking scenery of Northumberland the Warwick Hall estate holds a boutique hotel complete with relaxing spa, swimming pool and restaurants offering evening meals and afternoon teas to enjoy as a sumptuous treat after a busy day trekking and exploring.  With Hadrian’s Wall and Chester’s Roman fort right on your doorstep, you are perfectly located to visit some of the best historic sites the UK has to offer.

In the heart of Northumberland, this striking estate is in easy reach of the bustling shops, museums, sporting arenas and eateries of Newcastle Upon Tyne, all just half an hour’s drive away, but the countryside location is a million miles from the bright lights, offering rugged natural beauty, historic landmarks and quaint market towns aplenty.

For those looking to indulge in the area’s rich history a trip to Chester’s Roman Fort offers the chance to explore an outpost set alongside the 83 miles of Hadrian’s Wall.  Dating back to AD 123, this Roman cavalry fort has beautifully preserved roman baths, steam room and officer’s quarters to discover, all set in the rugged beauty of Northumberland’s rolling hills.   Set yourself a challenge to walk or cycle the length of the wall or book a local guide to discover facts and information about the arduous process of building and maintaining the historic site.

Take a drive to the thriving market town of Hexham, and make sure you stop off at the historic Hexham Abbey.  Dating back to AD674, this historic structure houses hands on exhibits and experiences that will suit all ages.   Whilst in Hexham, don’t miss a visit to the Hexham Gaol, now a museum with a range of exhibits from archaeology to costumes.

A pretty walk to Hareshaw Linn (12 miles) will take you over six bridges and lead you to a striking 9m waterfall.  Set within a wildlife rich ancient woodland, this is a great place for a picnic and photo opportunity.  Look out for woodpeckers, red squirrels and bats!

Travel further afield for a day trip to the astounding Alnwick Castle.  Stroll amongst the courtyards and archways that featured dominantly in the first two Harry Potter films as the location for Hogwarts.   Right next to the castle are the beautiful Alnwick Gardens, a 12-acre landscaped garden with its grand tiered water feature, the Grand Cascade, exotic plant life and impressive wooden treehouse restaurant.

Keen golfers will be tempted for a round at Matfen Park, a Championship Northumberland course hosted by Warwick Hall’s sister estate.  Set in an idyllic landscape you can try a round or visit the driving range and Par-3 area.   If golfing isn’t your thing then contact the estate’s reception to arrange a hunting and shooting trip, accommodating all levels and tailored to the individual’s taste.  Or if you’d like to try your hand at River Fishing, then local expert, James Stokoe offers guided fishing days along the stunning warden stretches of the river.

The Colt 2

Hexham, Northumberland, North of England

The Colt From £2765 Availability

Oozing character and style, this superb suite for two guests retains original features from the former Chester’s Stables and blends it with a modern stylish finish creating a truly unique holiday getaway.  Set right next to some of Northumberland’s most beautiful and historic sites, The Colt is in an ideal location, nestled in the grounds of the Warwick Hall Hotel and Spa.

The use of original stable partitions creates a striking open plan living area.  Relax in front of the wood burning stove and cosy up on the L-shaped sofa in front of a movie, or enjoy a meal perched in the unique dining area, flanked by original partitions, creating a cosy booth that seats up to eight people.  The marble topped kitchen blends countryside style with modern fixtures and features, complete with a pretty view of the green hills outside.  Guests can enjoy a home-cooked meal in, or head out to the hotel restaurants for breakfast, lunch or dinner, or even a delicious afternoon tea as a sumptuous treat.

The sleeping accommodation is made up of a large double bedroom with crisp white linens, large, cushioned headboard and original feature tiling on the wall, continuing the equestrian theme.  Sink into the bubbles of the large, stand-alone bath in your own en-suite and luxuriate in the privacy and comfort of your own holiday home, set in the beauty of the Warwick Hall estate.  With on-site amenities, complimentary toiletries and the hotel staff on hand to help, all you need to worry about is having an amazing holiday.

Right in the heart of the beautiful rolling hills and breath-taking scenery of Northumberland the Warwick Hall estate comes complete with relaxing spa, swimming pool and restaurants offering afternoon teas to enjoy as a sumptuous treat after a busy day trekking and exploring.  With Hadrian’s Wall and Chester’s Roman fort right on your doorstep, you are perfectly located to visit some of the best historic sites the UK has to offer.

In the heart of Northumberland, this striking estate is in easy reach of the bustling shops, museums, sporting arenas and eateries of Newcastle Upon Tyne, all just half an hour’s drive away, but the countryside location is a million miles from the bright lights, offering rugged natural beauty, historic landmarks and quaint market towns aplenty.

For those looking to indulge in the area’s rich history a trip to Chester’s Roman Fort offers the chance to explore an outpost set alongside the 83 miles of Hadrian’s Wall.  Dating back to AD 123, this Roman cavalry fort has beautifully preserved roman baths, steam room and officer’s quarters to discover, all set in the rugged beauty of Northumberland’s rolling hills.   Set yourself a challenge to walk or cycle the length of the wall or book a local guide to discover facts and information about the arduous process of building and maintaining the historic site.

Take a drive to the thriving market town of Hexham, and make sure you stop off at the historic Hexham Abbey.  Dating back to AD674, this historic structure houses hands on exhibits and experiences that will suit all ages.   Whilst in Hexham, don’t miss a visit to the Hexham Gaol, now a museum with a range of exhibits from archaeology to costumes.

A pretty walk to Hareshaw Linn (12 miles) will take you over six bridges and lead you to a striking 9m waterfall.  Set within a wildlife rich ancient woodland, this is a great place for a picnic and photo opportunity.  Look out for woodpeckers, red squirrels and bats!

Travel further afield for a day trip to the astounding Alnwick Castle.  Stroll amongst the courtyards and archways that featured dominantly in the first two Harry Potter films as the location for Hogwarts.   Right next to the castle are the beautiful Alnwick Gardens, a 12-acre landscaped garden with its grand tiered water feature, the Grand Cascade, exotic plant life and impressive wooden treehouse restaurant.

Keen golfers will be tempted for a round at Matfen Park, a Championship Northumberland course hosted by Warwick Hall’s sister estate.  Set in an idyllic landscape you can try a round or visit the driving range and Par-3 area.   If golfing isn’t your thing then contact the estate’s reception to arrange a hunting and shooting trip, accommodating all levels and tailored to the individual’s taste.  Or if you’d like to try your hand at River Fishing, then local expert, James Stokoe offers guided fishing days along the stunning warden stretches of the river.

Kingdom Castle 20

St Andrews, Fife, Scotland

Kingdom Castle From £15050 Availability

Live the life of a Lord in this stunning castle, majestically placed in the Kingdom of Fife, with heated swimming pool, private beach and opulent interiors.  Up to twenty guests can come together to celebrate in privacy and style in this magical estate complete with stunning views of the River Tay Estuary.

Home to the Earls of Dundee since the 18th Century, this one-of-a-kind castle is now available to rent as a holiday home.  Enjoy an elegant dinner on the chandelier lit dining table, with the crackle of the fireplace behind you and views of the estate outside.  Private chefs are available to book to help cater delicious meals for your guests, or you can choose to make use of the wonderful warm country kitchen, which is stocked with all you need to cater from cups of coffees to home-cooked meals.

Enjoy drinks on the elegant terrace, with a welcome bar on arrival, or take your cocktails in the light-filled drawing room.  Browse the historic books available in the castle’s own well-stocked library, cosying up by the fire with a rare find.  If you’re looking for a special night of entertainment, the large ballroom provides a prestigious place to host a party, whilst smaller scale, yet lively, evenings can be spent around the grand piano in one of the cosy reception rooms.

Sleep amongst the lavishly designed bedrooms with an excellent choice of rooms.  There are two super king premier rooms with en-suite and dressing rooms, three further super-kings and a king with en-suite.  Then there are two super-kings and two double rooms sharing elegant bathrooms with all linens and towels included.  For groups with young children an inviting nursery room accommodates up to six little ones for the ultimate sleepover with bunk bed and sofa areas.

Outside, the expansive estate is at your disposal to explore and discover throughout your stay.  Walk amongst the walled gardens and towering ancient trees under huge starry skies.  Have a bonfire on your own private beach and look out for the local otters and seals that often can be seen frolicking in the water.  With a tennis court, delightful, heated swimming pool and glorious terrace it will be hard to tempt your guest back inside of an evening, with such wonderful natural surroundings available throughout your stay.

With the help of the on-site House manager, there are many opportunities for excursions and activities from horse-riding to falconry and beyond, to allow you and your party to truly live the high life in the Kingdom of Fife.

Kingdom Castle is perfectly placed in the Kingdom of Fife giving easy access to both the Highlands and Lowland of glorious Scotland.  Through the House Manger guests can choose from a range of activities on the estate, from fly-fishing in the river, clay pigeon shooting or even trying a tipple or two of Scotland’s finest whisky-tasting.    Why not arrange a Scottish ceilidh in the ballroom complete with an authentic piper?  Or take a horse ride through the woodland trails to really enjoy the grounds in style?

If you can be tempted away from your own grounds, then why not try a round of golf on some of Scotland’s most prestigious courses from the Old Course Dumbarnie or Kingsbarns, all within driving distance.  If that doesn’t satisfy you then a trip to The R&A World Golf museum in St. Andrews, just half an hour drive from the castle, will give golf fans plenty to discover, tracing the game’s history back to the 15th Century right through to modern day.

History lovers will be spoilt for choice on places to explore and significant landmarks to visit.  A lovely walk we recommend is a two-mile woodland stroll to the south bank of the Tay estuary and the village of Balmerino where you can visit the ruins of an extraordinary Cistercian abbey dating back to 1229.  Or if you wish to pack a chef prepared picnic, you can take a trip out to any number of the fantastic castles just a short distance away from the majestic Falkland and Glamis Castle to the red sandstone Scone Palace in Perth.

With the delightful city of Edinburgh just an hour away and Dundee even less, the castle is accessible to the major Scottish points of interest.  If you are looking for some culture then head to the Victoria and Albert Museum in Dundee to celebrate historic Scottish design or visit the HMS Discovery, the historic steamship that took Shackleton to Antartica in 1901.

Cedarbrook Retreat 12

Dolgellau, Gwynedd, Wales

Cedarbrook Retreat From £1400 Availability

Cedarbrook Retreat is a captivating 18th century mill conversion nestled beside the enchanting River Wnion. Set in the charming market town of Dolgellau, amid the awe-inspiring landscapes of Snowdonia, this stone-built haven invites you into a world of tranquillity. With the majestic Cadair Idris mountain range at its doorstep, thrilling adventures await, promising memories that will last a lifetime.

This beautifully renovated 6-bedroom retreat offers both relaxation and luxury. With space for up to 12 guests, it's the perfect destination for groups of friends and family seeking memorable experiences.

Cedarbrook Retreat welcomes you with an inviting living area with comfortable sofas and a crackling wood-burning stove – the heart of the home. Stay connected with TV and Wi-Fi, or lose yourself in the collection of games and books. A contemporary spiral staircase leads down to a second living space that opens up to the garden and a private terrace which offers a serene escape from the hustle and bustle.

The spacious and bright dining space exudes warmth and charm and is a lovely space for unforgettable feasts. The fully equipped kitchen is a chefs delight, complete with modern amenities including a fridge, freezer, microwave, dishwasher, toaster, oven, and kettle as well as offering seating for lazy breakfasts. There is also a convenient family bathroom on the ground floor boasting a bath and shower, ensuring a refreshing start or a relaxing end to your day.

The upper floor is a sanctuary of slumber, offering a range of thoughtfully appointed bedrooms. Bedroom 1 exudes elegance with a king-size bed, while Bedroom 2 and Bedroom 3 offer comfortable doubles. Young adventurers will love Bedroom 4's playful bunk bed, while Bedroom 5 and Bedroom 6 offer flexible twin beds. Two additional bathrooms ensure convenience and comfort for all.
But there’s more—the upper floor of the barn holds an exciting surprise: a lively games room with pool table and play station!

Outside, a barbecue area with comfy seating surrounded by a delightful garden is perfect for relaxed al fresco dining. And the cherry on top? A rejuvenating hot tub, perfect for soaking under the open sky.

Cedarbrook Retreat's waterfront location is an outdoor enthusiast's dream, offering direct access to kayaking and fishing right from the garden's edge. Immerse yourself in the soothing sights and sounds of the river, and be captivated by stunning river views.

With parking for up to four vehicles, you can easily explore the surrounding area, whether you're yearning for mountain adventures or exploring the charming town of Dolgellau.

Cedarbrook Retreat seamlessly blends historical charm with contemporary living in an idyllic riverside oasis. With exceptional amenities, beautiful surroundings, and room for everyone, this Welsh gem promises an unforgettable escape.

Cedarbrook Retreat is nestled in the heart of southern Snowdonia in the charming market town of Dolgellau which is surrounded by the magnificent Cadair Idris Mountains and the gorgeous Welsh coastline.

Cedarbrook Retreat offers an ideal getaway, blending outdoor adventures in Snowdonia with leisurely days on nearby sandy beaches like Barmouth, Fairbourne, and Aberdovey.

Dolgellau boasts quaint shops, five pubs, a wine bar, and excellent restaurants and cafes. Its architectural charm can be admired through over 200 listed buildings, possibly the highest concentration in Wales.

Dolgellau is fantastic for cycling enthusiasts, offering dedicated routes and the acclaimed Coed y Brenin mountain bike trail. Nature lovers are well catered for with spectacular mountains, forests, waterfalls, and castles to discover and there are plenty of outside adventures to enjoy including hiking, rock climbing, and water sports.
The Mawddach Trail, a scenic multi-use path spanning 9 miles from Dolgellau to Barmouth, is a great way to explore the region, whether on a bike or by foot.
 
Golf enthusiasts are well catered for with a plethora of courses within a 20-mile radius, including the prestigious St Davids at Harlech.

Whether seeking relaxation or adventure, Dolgellau offers a wonderful blend of natural beauty and recreational opportunities that cater to a range of interests.

Bramblewood Retreat 18

Dolgellau, Gwynedd, Wales

Bramblewood Retreat From £3300 Availability

Welcome to Bramblewood Retreat, an extraordinary 9 bedroom Manor House nestled in the heart of the picturesque town of Dolgellau, within the stunning Snowdonia National Park. This magnificent property stands as a testament to elegance and luxury, offering an idyllic setting for families and groups seeking a truly memorable getaway.

This beautifully renovated retreat offers the perfect blend of relaxation and luxury. With ample space for up to 18 guests, it serves as the ideal destination for larger groups of friends and family in search of truly memorable experiences.

Stepping into Bramblewood Retreat, you'll be enchanted by the seamless fusion of traditional charm and modern style. The décor pays homage to the manor's historical significance while introducing contemporary elements that create a truly unique and inviting atmosphere.

This Grade II listed period property, believed to have roots dating back to the late 16th Century, has been meticulously renovated, maintaining its grand period features while offering modern comforts. Spread across three floors, this splendid abode accommodates up to 18 guests.

The interior layout is a masterpiece of design and functionality. The ground floor unfolds with two reception rooms exuding warmth, a formal dining area for shared feasts, and a well-equipped kitchen where culinary delights come to life. Additionally, a utility room and 2 separate WC's provide convenience. The first floor unveils a symphony of opulent bedrooms, each thoughtfully designed for utmost comfort, ranging from super king and king-size beds to double beds, some with in-room bathtubs and en-suite bathrooms. The second floor boasts more inviting bedrooms, some with en-suites, including twins and doubles, as well as a family bathroom and a games room, ensuring endless entertainment.

As you step outdoors, the enchantment continues. An enclosed garden, complete with an outdoor dining area and furnished terrace, offers the perfect backdrop for al fresco relaxation. The presence of a patio, table tennis table, and a luxurious hot tub make it an ideal space for unwinding. Take in the awe-inspiring mountain views while cherishing quality moments with loved ones.

The manor's commitment to providing the utmost convenience is reflected in its array of facilities, from Wi-Fi to the enormous fully equipped kitchen. Practical amenities like a washing machine, tumble dryer, and hairdryer ensure a seamless stay, while extras like a table tennis table and a delightful furnished terrace add to the comfort.

Bramblewood Retreat is not merely a holiday home; it's an experience that seamlessly marries history, elegance, and contemporary living. Whether you're exploring the nearby activities or indulging in the manor's luxuries, your time here will undoubtedly be unforgettable.

Nestled in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, Bramblewood Retreat enjoys an enviable location close to the charming market town of Dolgellau.
Surrounded by the majestic Cadair Idris Mountains and the enchanting Welsh coastline, this destination offers an idyllic escape for all.

At Bramblewood Retreat, adventure and relaxation walk hand in hand. From thrilling outdoor escapades in Snowdonia to leisurely days on nearby sandy beaches like Barmouth, Fairbourne, and Aberdovey, the options are as diverse as they are inviting.

Dolgellau, with its quaint shops, cozy pubs, wine bar, and restaurants is only a stroll away and is one of the most beautiful places in Snowdonia. The town boasts 200 listed buildings and has some wonderful walks including The Mawddach Trail, a scenic multi-use path spanning 9 miles from Dolgellau to Barmouth.  

Cycling enthusiasts can enjoy many dedicated routes including the  renowned Coed y Brenin mountain bike trail, and outdoor adventurers can delight in the region's breathtaking mountains, lush forests, cascading waterfalls, and historical castles. Hiking, rock climbing, and water sports are just a few of the thrilling activities on offer.

Water sports are catered for in Bala with the largest natural lake in Wales, It’s popular for sailing, canoeing and windsurfing as well as some lovely walks and cycle paths.

Golf lovers are offered a wealth of courses within a 20-mile radius, including the prestigious St Davids at Harlech.

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