Stay in a log cabin
Below is a list of owners of Real Timber log cabins and houses who have them available to let. You can try out the experience of living in a log cabin before you decide to buy one. Enjoy the unique experience of staying in a log cabin, whether it is for a business trip, a long weekend or your annual holiday.
Please check availability on the proprietor's websites and contact them directly to make a booking.
5 Things to Know before buying a Log Cabin
Please visit the amazing Cabin Diary for a breakdown of all the things you need to know before buying a cabin. The website is independent and has reviews, tips, hints & advice from experts and people that are already living the dream. From planning permission to Decor. They even have some delicious recipes to try
This is one of our customers that has purchased and built one of our designs. Please contact the owners if you would like to stay and experience this wonderful log cabin / homeVisit Site
Blackthorn Gate Holiday Lodges
Situated on the border of the North Yorkshire Moors National Park. Blackthorn Gate contains four luxury lodges on a working farm with spectacular views of Roseberry Topping.
The lodges, two Tallviken 80 bungalows, and two Talltoppen 90 chalet houses have been specifically designed and positioned with huge windows at the front facing directly at Roseberry Topping so you can relax with a glass of something and enjoy uninterrupted views of this glorious landmark!Visit Site
Whinstone View Lodges
Located in the village of Ayton on the edge of the magnificent North York Moors is the renowned Whinstone Bistro. Now it is possible to stay in one of five luxury lodges situated on the grounds of the Whinstone Bistro. These lodges are in an ideal location to enjoy the North York Moors in an idyllic setting. There are five lodges to stay in. Each lodge is tastefully equipped complete with walk-in showers and a hot tub.Visit Site
Meadowview Cottages offer 4-star self-catering accommodation in a peaceful rural setting.
The custom Tallviken log cabin lies at the heart of our 450-acre family farm and we aim to create a home from home for our guests. Whilst staying with us you will be able to experience life on a working farm, walk the tracks and footpaths passing through our fields and fish in our private lakes, which are stocked with Carp, Tench, Roach and Perch. We also provide a large play area for children to enjoy themselves within the view of the cabin.Visit Site
Moray Firth Holiday House
Tall Pine Lodge provides the ideal base to explore all the wonders of this enchanting area with the coastal village of Findhorn a short drive away and the Moray Firth with its Dolphins and myriad of other wildlife within easy reach. The holiday house sleeps up to six adults and offers a fantastic unique luxury environment to make your holiday even more special.
To book contact: Graham or Marie on 01309 641093Visit Site
Purbeck Holiday Lets
A refreshingly warm welcome awaits you at Purbeck Holiday Lets, a family-run business offering luxurious self-catering holiday accommodation close to the beautiful and historic Roman city of Bath. The accommodation includes two Tallbo 50 Scandinavian log cabins as holiday lodges. These sumptuous log cabins each have two well-equipped double bedrooms as well as a sofa bed and can sleep up to six people comfortably. Purbeck Holiday Lets is situated within the peaceful village of Camerton in Somerset, providing the perfect setting in which guests can relax and enjoy the tranquillity of the English countryside. There are superb walks, pony trekking and cycling routes nearby.Visit Site
Redhurst B & B - Lincolnshire Wolds
Exchange the noise of city traffic for the birdsong of the Lincolnshire countryside whilst staying in our Scandinavian cabin, affectionately known as 'The Shed', on the grounds of Redhurst B&B in the small village of Holton-cum-Beckering on the edge of the Lincolnshire Wolds. Built with wheelchairs in mind it has wide doorways and a wet-floor shower room with a 'walk-in' shower.Visit Site
How to build a Log Cabin
Building a log cabin for the first time can propose many questions from planning permission to groundworks and from drainage to energy efficiency.
Thankfully, the guys at the Log Cabin Hub have detailed information and can answer many of these questions.