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1667 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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2 Bell Lodge 6

Thorpeness, Suffolk,

2 Bell Lodge From £700 Availability

Key Features

    Village location and close to all amenities A thirty second walk to Thorpeness beach 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms Balcony with views over Thorpeness tennis courts Parking available TV, DVD, Wi-Fi Pet friendly Membership of Thorpeness Country Club 20% discount on green fees at Thorpeness Golf Club
Description This traditional Thorpeness property is located nearby to Thorpeness Country Club and just a thirty second walk to the beach. With French windows which open out to a balcony that overlooks the tennis courts and gardens of the Country Club, the property is fresh and light. The holiday home has two bedrooms and two bathrooms on the ground floor. On the first floor there is an open plan kitchen with a dining room and lounge adjacent. The lounge sofa bed folds down into a double bed.

Rental of 2 Bell Lodge includes membership of Thorpeness Country Club (excluding Summer Programme) and 20% discount on green fees at Thorpeness Golf Club

Two storey accommodation Ground Floor Master Bedroom: Double bed with en suite

En-suite: WC, washbasin, shower

Bedroom 2: Twin bed

Family Bathroom: Walk in shower, washbasin, WC

First Floor Kitchen: Dishwasher, microwave, oven, hob, fridge/freezer, washing machine/dryer

Sitting Room: Large sitting room with TV, DVD player, Wi-Fi, portable Bluetooth speaker, French windows opening to balcony overlooking tennis courts. Sofa bed that pulls out

Dining Room: Dining facilities

    Heating and electricity included in the rental Free Wi-Fi Nearby parking
Additional Information
    Cots and high chairs available for a small hire charge, request on booking Pet friendly No

Heron Lodge, South View Lodges 4

Exeter, Devon,

Heron Lodge, South View Lodges From £1108 Availability

Living area

  • Open plan with the kitchen and dining area with access to the balcony
  • Two leather sofas seating four, 52” Flatscreen TV with Freeview and DVD player, sideboard and a log burning stove


  • Open plan with the dining and living area
  • Oak kitchen units with black granite worktops
  • Electric oven with grill, electric hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer, microwave, kettle and toaster
  • Cafetiere (no coffee machine)
  • Iron, ironing board and vacuum cleaner


  • Open plan with the kitchen and living area with access to the balcony
  • Table and four chairs

Master Bedroom

  • King size bed, two bedside cabinets with lamps, built-in wardrobe, dressing table and mirror
  • En suite

Bedroom Two

  • Twin beds, bedside cabinet with lamp, wardrobe, dressing table and mirror

Family Bathroom

  • Fully tiled with bath, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, mirror and shaver point

Bathroom Two

  • En suite to Master Bedroom with a shower, wash basin, WC, heated towel rail, shaver point and mirror


  • The lodge is accessed by four steps
  • Private balcony to the front of the lodge with table, chairs and private hot tub
  • Lakeside setting with beautiful views
  • Ample parking on-site
  • Surrounded by six acres of wooded grounds you have the opportunity for walking, cycling, rambling, angling, golf and horse-riding

High Bickington Forest View | 2 Bedrooms 4

High Bickington, Devon, South West of England

High Bickington Forest View | 2 Bedrooms From £459 Availability


Forest Park Lodges is set in 11 acres of mature woodland surrounded by rolling hills and meadows in the beautiful Taw Valley, neighbouring 94 acres of Woodland Trust land. The area is known as Tarka the Otter country and there is much to see and do. A perfect location for walkers and ramblers, with endless footpaths to wander, yet still within easy reach of the coast, and two 18 hole golf courses within a 10 minute drive. Set high up and overlooking glorious countryside, FOREST VIEW is a beautifully designed lodge, built to a high specification, with 2 en suite bedrooms, a kitchen/dining area and a spectacular ground floor living space. Whilst enjoying seclusion, FOREST VIEW is still only a mile from the nearest village providing a small shop/post office, surgery, church and two pubs. Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Devon countryside, while staying in FOREST VIEW, a real home from home.


Enter through the front door into a spacious lounge, with two leather sofas, a central wooden chest full of goodies, wood laminate flooring and lots of special touches, making this a very comfortable holiday home. A large TV with SKY, DVD, VCR and PlayStation 2 are provided, as well as a large selection of DVDs, videos and PlayStation games. The owners have really thought of everything for your stay, from a substantial selection of games for children to drawers full of books, candles, colouring pencils and plenty of other activities.


FOREST VIEW has a well equipped, practical modern kitchen with wood laminate flooring. Appliances include a fridge/freezer, dishwasher, oven, hob, microwave, blender, coffee machine, kettle, toaster, and all other essential utensils.


Climb the staircase to the bedrooms. Bedroom 1 is a twin room, tastefully decorated, with 2 single beds, a futon, and useful table and chairs. Bedroom 2, decorated in white and blue, contains a double bed with sto

The Shank 4

Gt Yarmouth, Norfolk, East of England

The Shank From £397 Availability

The Gold award winning Shank nestles amongst the fairways of the 400-acre Caldecott Hall Golf Club & Country Estate, on the south eastern fringes of the beautifully unique Norfolk Broads National Park. It is part of the Fairway Lakes Village Scandianavian wooden lodge development, overlooking the 11th fairway. Relax in the hot tub while enjoying the impressive views of the golf course and the historic Waveney Forest. There are two 18-hole golf courses and a 20 berth driving range, with lessons available. The clubhouse is a spectacular Norfolk barn conversion. The original manor house is a three star hotel, bar and restaurant. The Barnworks Fitness Studio and Spa (with heated swimming pool) has a wide range of facilities available including pamper sessions. During the summer, the Hall hosts external events and music may be heard into the late evening. The lakes are well-stocked, and fishing is permitted on request. For the animal lover, adopt a horse at the on-site Redwings Horse Sanctuary. Over the road are the stunning Tudor-Jacobean Somerleyton Hall and Fritton Lake Estate, with gardens, mazes, lakes and boating. The cathedral city of Norwich is 20 miles, whilst traditional seaside fun can be had at Great Yarmouth, 5 miles. Both the Norfolk and Suffolk Heritage Coasts deserve a day trip. Beccles & Bungay are quaint market towns. The Shank is an environmentally friendly lodge, rainwater harvesting, grey water recycled, triple glazing throughout with thermostats in all rooms and recycling and composting is much encouraged. There is a village delicatessen in Bradwell - 2 miles (voted best East Anglian Butcher in 2011). Use of all club facilities available at concessionary rates.

Thistle Dubh ("Doo") 5

Colvend, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Thistle Dubh ( From £344 Availability

Thistle Dubh is a detached wooden lodge situated in the Barend Holiday Village, two miles from Colvend in Dumfries & Galloway. This cottage sleeps five people in three bedrooms, consisting of one double with en-suite shower, a zip/link double with basin and WC and a ground floor single, as well as a ground floor wetroom. The cottage also has a kitchen with breakfast area and a sitting room with dining area and electric fire. Thistle Dubh is an ideal base for a family or group of friends who wish to explore the area on foot or by bike, or who would like to enjoy the beaches and golf courses that can be found nearby.

The Beeches 4

Narberth, Pembrokeshire, Wales

The Beeches From £355 Availability

The Beeches is a wonderful luxury log cabin located in a peaceful holiday park near Narberth, Pembrokeshire. With two bedrooms, including a double with an en-suite shower room and a twin, as a well as a separate bathroom, this cottage can sleep up to four people. The cottage also contains an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. To the outside of the cottage there is a decked garden with furniture and a spa bath, and there is an on-site golf course and a trout fishing lake available for guests. The Beeches is an ideal cottage for groups of friends looking for a relaxing break, or a wonderful holiday base for discovering the wonders of Pembrokeshire.

Glen Rest 4

Ardgay, Highland, Scotland

Glen Rest From £3924 Availability

Glen Rest is an idyllic, beautifully appointed, two bedroom lodge that is nestled alongside the River Alladale in the wildly beautiful, twenty three thousand acre Alladale Wilderness Reserve in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.

Ideal for two couples or a small family, Glen Rest offers total privacy, peace, scenic beauty and a fabulous sense of freedom. The rugged beauty of this superb location allows guests to experience the Highlands in its wildest form while offering easy access to the picturesque seaside resorts of Dornoch and Ullapool, whisky and gin distilleries, outstanding golf courses and sensational walking trails. Spending a week exploring this dreamy wilderness reserve will be an unforgettable experience where you will discover rugged landscapes, heather covered mountain slopes, wildflower meadows, lush forests, meandering rivers and much wildlife including red squirrels, red deer and the famous Scottish wild cat. It is a nature lover’s dream destination! There are three other properties within the reserve, all enjoying the magical scenery and absolute seclusion. The Victorian manor house Caledonian Lodge is the largest of the properties, sleeping up to fourteen guests. Highland Retreat offers three bedrooms and Wilderness Lodge boasts five bedrooms. If you have friends that are thinking of taking a holiday in the same area, you may want to take a look at our web pages. One of the biggest draws of these fabulous properties is that apart from Wilderness Lodge, they are booked on a catered basis. Delicious breakfast foods will be ready for you to prepare and two course lunches and three course dinners are freshly made by the reserve’s wonderful chef using local and seasonal organic ingredients. They are delivered to you daily with simple instructions on how to heat them up. The reserve’s one and a half acre aquaponic gardens, orchards and beds produce tasty vegetables, salads, herbs and berries. There are three bee hives and over four hundred brown trout. Their ethically culled wild venison is available and they enjoy fantastic regional suppliers of fresh and wild caught seafood and local trout. Just think of venison stew, hearty pies, creamy soups, freshly caught trout and sticky date puddings in salty caramel sauce! What an amazing treat! You can walk in the hills, visit beautiful places and return to put your feet up and feast on yummy meals!

The Alladale Wilderness Reserve is simply stunning, an Instagrammer’s paradise! The nearest village is Ardgay, a small Scottish village on the south west shore of the Dornoch Firth at the entrance to Strathcarron, the valley of the River Carron and at the mouth of the Kyle of Sutherland. To the west you will find the pretty fishing town of Ullapool, nestled on the shores of Lochbroom. You can also explore Inverness easily, the Black Isle and the picturesque seaside town of Dornoch with its cosy shops, beautiful cathedral, stunning beach and famous championship golf course. Chanrony Point and the Cromerty Firth are among the best spots in the UK to see bottle nose dolphins. Sports lovers can enjoy canoe trips down the Kyle of Sutherland, fishing, watersports and much more. The location makes it very easy to visit quiet Highland beaches, historic buildings and lush green landscapes sprinkled with waterfalls, challenging hills and mountains. A day trip to Aviemore brings the thrills of white water rafting, skiing, quad biking, an aerial adventure course and various watersports. You can also canoe on the River Beauly or sea kayak in the Firth.

Offering an oasis of gracious and glorious living deep in the Scottish Highlands, Glen Rest is wonderfully remote and is surrounded by extraordinary wild views. It is beautifully appointed throughout with the majority of rooms on the ground floor. The living room is a bright and airy space with a very high ceiling into the eaves, a delightful stone exposed wall, a comfy sofa, accent chair and a giant leather bean bag. It enjoys dazzling white walls that are beautifully accented by flashes of burgundy in the rug and scatter cushions, a wonderful blend with the cool mellow stonework. Just the other side of the living room is a fabulous dining area that is drowned in natural light streaming through its many windows. You will be dining in style while enjoying the fabulously hillside and mountain views through the windows. The galley kitchen comes with beautiful cabinetry, a Nespresso coffee machine, coffee grinder, juicer, Nutri-bullet and all the other appliances you could ever need.

The master bedroom lies to the other side of the kitchen with its sumptuous kingsize bed, gorgeous Scottish fabrics, oversized headboard and co-ordinated rugs. You will deep dive into some serious shut-eye in luxury linens. The lodge’s family bathroom is also on this level with a bath and walk-in shower. A modern staircase takes you upstairs where you will discover the loft room with its two single beds that can be made up as a double and a little open landing space. It is super cute!

Outside, there is a delightful terrace, space for bikes and those magical hilly views. You will just love Glen Rest and exploring the natural Alladale Wilderness Reserve!

Glen Rest is nestled alongside the River Alladale in the wildly beautiful, twenty three thousand acre Alladale Wilderness Reserve. Set in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, the closest village is Ardgay. It is a fabulous location brimming with forests, mountains, hills, rivers and splendid views. Ardgay lies on the Dornoch Firth, close to where it becomes the Kyle of Sutherland. Ardgay owes its existence to the 3rd Duke of Sutherland whose estates were so extensive when the railway was built from Inverness in the early 1860’s that he had some control over the route. Ardgay lies at the entrance to Strathcarron, the valley of the River Carron that extends far into the mountainous area to the south west. Some walkers hike from the Kyle of Sutherland in the east to Loch Broom in the west, crossing Scotland in a day.

The cute fishing village of Ullapool is very popular. In this area you can enjoy a variety of fabulous walks in the mountains, along the rock coast and following inland footpaths with an excellent selection of fine summits. Stornoway and Lewis in the Outer Hebrides are a ferry ride away. Ullapool and its surrounding area has been described as an outdoor paradise with a ‘Scandinavian twinkle in winter and Canadian-style adrenaline in summer’ and voted as one of the top ten outdoor destinations by Outdoor Fitness magazine. The Inverpolly National Nature Reserve, just like the Alladale Wilderness Reserve, is home to a wonderful array of wildlife including pine martens, wildcats, buzzards and golden eagles.

Dornoch is just under an hour away with its stunning cathedral where services were held as early as 1239, its breathtaking sandy beach, its Royal Dornoch Golf course and its wonderful shops, restaurants and bars. The links golf course has been played on since the 16th century. You might like to take a look in The Carnegie Whisky Cellars while you are there at its unique range of malt whiskies from all over Scotland. On the way there or on the way back, you may like to stop at the Whisky Distillery at Glenmorangie or at the famous ANTA Pottery and Tain Pottery studios.

Horse lovers can visit the family run Hollingwells Equestrian Centre near Edderton. You can enjoy excellent equestrian tuition or day long treks through stunning landscapes.

If you enjoy boat trips and looking for dolphins, there are plenty of opportunies. You can take a memorable day trip to see these beautiful animals from Chanrony Point or the Cromarty Firth on the Black Isle. You can take a wonderful stroll on pretty Rosemarkie Bay, enjoying a coffee at the local beach cafe before taking out your binoculars to spot the majestic animals. Another popular trip is to Lairg, a fifty minute drive from the cottage to the small, family run Go Wild Highlands where you can take canoe trips down the Kyle of Sutherland. A day trip to Aviemore offers the thrills of white water rafting, skiing, quad biking, an aerial adventure course and various watersports. As well as Royal Dornoch, other spectacular golf courses within easy reach are Castle Stewart and Fortrose and Rosemarkie. If you take a trip to Loch Ness you will enjoy a boat cruise, stopping at the ruins of Urquhart Castle. The Black Isle is also beautiful with plenty of quaint seaside villages, smoked fish shops, craft shops and cute cafes as well as its own Black Isle Brewery where you can stop and taste the beer.

Crooksbury Hill House 16

Surrey, South of England

Crooksbury Hill House From £10750 Availability

Crooksbury Hill House holds a fantastic position, set within four acres of grounds, the home boasts direct access on to Crooksbury Hill and Common where guests can enjoy stunning views over southwest Surrey and east Hampshire across to the South Downs. While guests will enjoy a tranquil stay, the Georgian market town of Farnham which offers a selection of excellent eateries, independent shops, and supermarkets, is just a 5-minute car journey away.

The beautiful home has been lovingly modernised by its current owners to provide the perfect setting for a multi-generational escape to the country, comfortably accommodating up thirteen guests across it’s eight well-appointed bedrooms. The accommodation is split between the main house and a detached three-bedroom cottage, ideal for grandparents or those in search of a little peace and quiet from the rest of the group!

In the main house, the ground floor offers vast entertaining space, comprising of an impressive sitting room, formal dining room with marble fireplace and cosy snug, there is plenty of room for the group to get together and socialise in the evenings. The kitchen comes fully equipped with all the tools you could possibly need to create delicious meals, while also offering a relaxed, breakfast dining area, which leads through to the bright conservatory. Upstairs, are the five bedrooms, a super-king master room and five double rooms. Guests staying in these room share the use of a fantastic family bathroom with Jacuzzi bathtub, a family shower room and a handy cloakroom. The cosy cottage offers a second living room and kitchen, three further double bedrooms and a family bathroom.

Outside, the whole family will enjoy Summer afternoons spent splashing around in the private pool or enjoying some friendly competition on the tennis court! Although in the autumn & winter the pool is not available, the tennis court and indoor gym room & games area with table tennis and table football are available all year around. There are beautiful autumnal & winter walks in the surrounding forests, and the whole family can enjoy relaxing with a great selection of family boardgames in the cosy living room next to the fire.

Crooksbury Hill House holds an excellent position within the popular county of Surrey. Located in the parish of Tilford, it is less than a 10-minute drive from the town of Farnham where a wide variety of helpful amenities, including shops and restaurants, can be found.

There is plenty for guests of all ages to see, do and explore in the surrounding area. Thought to of been built by William the Conqueror, impressive Guildford Castle is just 20-minutes away. The beautiful RHS Garden Wisley, one of the world’s great gardens, is less than 25-minutes away and makes for a lovely day out. Family-friendly Birdworld, home to over 1,200 birds and other animals, is less than a 15-minute drive away. The owner recommends families to visit Frensham Ponds just  5 mins away and Alice Holt Forest, 15 mins away with treetop adventures and walks/bike trails.

Keen walkers shouldn’t miss Bourne woods with wonderful woodland walks, where films such as Gladiator and Ridley Scott’s new film Napoleon being filmed. Along with, Wonderful walks in Surrey Hills including Devils Punchbowl and The National Trust’s Winkworth Arboretum.

Windsor is just a 40-minute drive away, here you will find Windsor Great Park and, of course, the famous Windsor Castle, scene of many a Royal event. For any teens or thrill seekers, Thorpe Park, is a must-visit while Legoland Windsor is ideal for any younger children, both less than 40-minutes away. For keen sporting fans, Ascot Racecourse, home to the annual Royal Ascot event is a real society highlight, with Ladies’ Day something of a fashion event too and just 30-minutes away. Sunningdale Golf Club, regarded as one of the finest golf clubs in the UK, is also less than 30-minutes away.

Colleton Hall and East Wing 18

Tiverton, Devon, South West of England

Colleton Hall and East Wing From £6544 Availability

Welcome to the stunning grade II listed Colleton Hall and East Wing. It holds a truly marvellous location, nestled within thirty-eight acres of private woodland and parkland, it offers those fortunate enough to stay the perfect country escape where they can enjoy total tranquillity. Its unspoilt location, set between Exmoor to the north and Dartmoor to the south, makes Colleton the perfect choice for those wishing to really explore Devon and all that it has to offer. While you will be staying in an area boasting rolling countryside, moorlands and valleys, the rugged north Devon coastline with its gorgeous beaches, is just a short car journey away. The home boasts a rich and fascinating history and while it is believed to date back to Elizabethan times, Sir James Roupell Colleton purchased the Hall in 1833 and spent several years upgrading the house enhancing the existing Georgian features; today’s style and architecture reflect this. In recent years, Colleton Hall has been completely refurbished by the present owners, revealing original features and now seamlessly blends its original character and charm with modern interiors and updated furnishings. Colleton Hall can comfortably accommodate up to twelve guests across six, well- appointed bedrooms. On the ground floor is the main living accommodation, the four grand reception rooms including a grand gothic reception hall are all south facing, overlooking the impressive grounds with doors leading onto the terraces. The large, family kitchen boasts all the tools a budding chef could possibly need! Upstairs on the first floor are the six bedrooms, three king-size doubles, two double rooms and a children’s bunk bed room, each with en-suite bathroom or shower room.  There are terraces from the West Wing bedroom and also the master en-suite overlooking the lake and parkland in the distance. Large groups can be comfortably accommodated in the additional East Wing, taking the total number of guests up to 18. The stylish East Wing is a separate annex with a private entrance hall, living room, kitchen and 3 well-appointed bedrooms. Making it ideal for young families or older members of the party who require additional privacy. This makes Colleton Hall and East Wing the perfect accommodation for big friends and or family groups celebrations, with pleanty of space and great value for money.

The real wow factor can be found outside, the grounds are south facing which allows guests to enjoy wonderful countryside views. The expansive grounds offer the opportunity for long walks through the totally private woodland alongside the stream which flows to the Little Dart River. The children are bound to enjoy wildlife spotting with the opportunity to see a range of diverse wildlife (including red deer) and birdlife!  Metro Newspaper UK

The near-by villages of Nomansland, Rackenford and Witheridge together offer helpful amenities including excellent pubs, post offices, village stores and restaurants. The Michelin award-winning restaurant The Mason Arms is just a 10-minute car journey away in Knowestone, while The Stagg Inn, said to be the oldest pub in Devon, is just over a mile away in Rackenford. The old market town of Tiverton is 15 minutes away, set on the banks of River Exe, it boasts its very own Castle,canal walk and a wider range of fantastic amenities with a large variety of shops, supermarkets and restaurants. South Molton and Barnstaple offer weekly pannier markets with a wide range of local produce.

There is plenty to see, do and explore in the surrounding area, Exmoor National Park is just 20-minutes from Colleton Hall, while buzzing Exeter is half an hour away, enjoy a fun-filled day spent in the ancient city after a scenic car journey through the Exe Valley. For the beach bums and keen surfers, there is easy access to the popular beaches of Saunton Sands, Woolacombe and Lynton, all less than an hour away.

There is easy road access to Colleton Hall for those coming from all directions, situated just 20 minutes from Junction 27 of the M5 and 5 minutes from the A361. For those travelling by train, Tiverton Parkway station is just twenty minutes away, from here it is possible to reach London Paddington in just two hours. For those arriving by air, Exeter Airport is just 35 minutes away, Bristol Airport is reachable in 1 hour and 15 minutes. The local activities include golf, horse-riding, fishing, walking and many Exmoor adventures are all close by. This Manor and its secluded grounds and woods represent the ultimate country estate escape: spring fed lake for dark water swimming, paddle boards, rowing boat and canoe and wildlife, including Devon's famous red deer wandering through the grounds.

Dyrham House 11

Gloucestershire, Gloucestershire, Heart of England

Dyrham House From £5200 Availability

Dyrham House is an historic Grade II listed property located on the edge of the Cotswold Hills just outside the UNESCO World Heritage city of Bath and the vibrant, artistic city of Bristol. The central hall with its stone mullion windows dates from 1570 with Georgian extensions added in 1850. It has been carefully and lovingly restored standing at the top of the village with views across the countryside and onto the hills beyond. The meticulous attention to detail can be seen in the quality of the interiors, where a sympathetic blend of both traditional and modern furniture and fittings creates a welcoming family home very much in harmony with its rural surroundings. The breath-taking gardens have had a much-coveted listing in the National Garden Scheme Yellow Book.

The front lawn slopes gently down to Boyd Brook, whose source is the underground spring in the grounds of the magnificent National Trust property Dyrham Park a few minutes walk away. The earliest suggestion of a park at Dyrham is in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, which records the Battle of Deorham in AD 571 or 577, the name being thought to derive either from dwr meaning water and referring to the springs in the area, or from deor hamme, a deer enclosure. The deer park exists today and you can see the shapes of the 6th century hill fort in the fields beyond.

Sit on the south facing terrace and enjoy the delight of watching ducks alight on the brook or simply take in the breath-taking views and the stunning herbaceous borders in the main garden. There is an outdoor dining table on the terrace which seats 12 with a parasol for summer dining. The kitchen doors fold back to create an indoor/outdoor space in the summer. The sitting room doors also open onto the garden - perfect for a summer stay. In winter you will prefer closed doors and a wood burning fire in one of the many fireplaces throughout the house to give you that cosy, country house stay.

There are many walks in the area including one of the greatest walks in Britain, the Cotswold Way, which passes right through the village. You can join it for a 20 minute walk to Dyrham Wood or for the more intrepid to Bath itself - a wonderful, if hearty, walk that ends at Bath Abbey.

There are many other activities nearby; horse riding at Lucknam Park (also home to a Michelin starred restaurant and spa facilities), horse racing at the Bath race track, golf at Tracey Park the 240 acre park land and hotel a mere 5 minutes away, boating on the River Avon, hot air ballooning in nearby Bristol and tennis in Victoria Park, Bath.

The stunning, historic cities of Bath and Bristol offer a wealth of sightseeing and cultural activities from museums to art centres, cinemas and theatre including the Bristol Old Vic, one of the oldest and most revered theatres in Britain. There are four Michelin starred restaurants in Bristol. Both Bristol and Bath host antique markets, farmers markets and excellent independent shops. Bath is home to the ancient Roman Baths and the luxuriously modern Thermae Bath Spa, which houses the only natural thermal hot springs in Britain. In Bristol try a spa day and fine dining at The Lido the restored Victorian outdoor heated pool and spa in the city centre.

There are many other historic towns, villages and properties nearby which offer excellent family trips. Visit Lacock Abbey in nearby Lacock where Harry Potter was filmed or the thatched cottages of Castle Combe also home to the Michelin starred restaurant in the Combe Manor Hotel a 10 minute drive away.

Or enjoy the beautiful Victorian seaside town of Clevedon on the Severn Estuary 10 miles outside of Bristol, featuring the fully restored Victoria jetty, Clevedon Pier. Clevedon has seaside walks, a sailing club and the restored Victorian 'tidal pool' for swimming and kayaking. 10 miles outside of Bath is Longleat Safari Park in the grounds of the Elizabethan stately manor house.

Dyrham House is an oasis of tranquillity that will welcome you back to its beautiful, private setting from whatever fun trip you choose with your friends and family!

Dyrham House is located in one of the most picturesque parts of the country, right on the doorstep of the famous walking route The Cotswold Way. The local area is truly a walkers haven and you’ll find pamphlets in the house to direct you. You’ll benefit from the peace and quiet of a country retreat whilst still being easily accessible to the cultural hubs of Bath and Bristol.

As a UNESCO World Heritage city, you’d be silly to pass up a trip to Bath. With the Roman Baths, more museums than you can shake a stick at, markets and gorgeous Georgian architecture, there’s so much to do.

Bristol is a vibrant and forward-thinking city. With one of the country’s most diverse music and arts scenes, you’ll be spoilt for choice when it comes to eating, drinking, live music and dancing into the early hours.  
A plethora of activities are available in the local area too; cycling, horse riding, golf, boating, hiking, National Trust properties and restaurants galore.

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