Searching for lodges with hot tubs or log cabin holidays? Well, you've landed in the right place. We've got thousands of cosy cabins dotted all across the UK, from glittering coasts to rolling countryside. We don't mind if you've left it until the very last minute to escape the humdrum of everyday life. In fact, we can help you get the very best late deals for a relaxed hot tub break away.
Maybe you're planning a romantic break in a luxury log cabin or perhaps looking to celebrate a special occasion at a lodge with the whole family in tow? Whatever you have in mind, our friendly team is always on hand to help you plan the perfect log cabin break. From quirky shepherds huts to stylish hot tub holiday lodges, there's something for everyone.
Whether you prefer the coastal delights of Devon and Dorset or the tranquil surroundings of the great British countryside, your dream log cabin is just a few clicks away. Once you're all booked in, all you need to do is sit back and plan your adventure! Naturally, we're here to help with that, too.
Best locations for a lodge or log cabin holiday
Planning on heading somewhere new this year? Here's just a few of our favourite locations for log cabin holidays in the UK.
Best for: Trying out a new activity - 100mph zip lining, anyone?
Peaceful, rural, yet still brimming with endless opportunities for adventure, Wales has something for everyone. Whether you're staying in the north or heading down to the south, you'll find gorgeous beaches, dramatic mountain ranges, and miles of idyllic countryside all rolled into one impressive country. It's also the ideal place for keen historians to discover - did you know that it's home to over 600 castles?
Place to stay: Lovers' Lodge is a lovely holiday lodge in Powys, complete with an outdoor hot tub.
Best for: Soaking up the sun without having to travel abroad!
Our list wouldn't be complete without a mention of Devon. Famed for its glittering coastlines and golden beaches, it's the perfect choice for those who are dreaming of exotic destinations but don't fancy the hefty price tag or long flights that go along with them! The county isn't short on green spaces either - the renowned Exmoor National Park offers plenty for hikers to fall in love with.
Place to stay: River Lodge is a cosy holiday cottage sleeping up to four guests in Lynton, ideal for a family holiday by the coast.
Best for: Discovering the many historical places
Rich in Roman and Viking heritage, Yorkshire offers plenty to be discovered. Whether you're roaming the historic streets of York or unwinding in a cosy cabin in the wilderness, there's so much to soak up. The county is home to not one, but two stunning national parks, including the North York Moors and Yorkshire Dales. Natural beauty is in abundance here - so why not discover it for yourself?
Place to stay: Willow Lodge is a snug lodge for two in Amotherby, complete with a private hot tub.
Best for: Enjoying a classic seaside break
Yet another beautiful county famed for its spectacular coastlines, Cornwall is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK - and for very good reason. Here, you can enjoy a traditional seaside break while basking in its unique subtropical microclimate. Of course, a stay here isn't complete without sampling some authentic Cornish pasties!
Place to stay: Seaways is a dog-friendly lodge in Porthcurno, surrounded by idyllic Cornish countryside.
Best for: Experiencing total peace and quiet!
Whether you're strolling through one of its quaint market towns or discovering the enchanting Norfolk Broads, life takes a slower pace here in Norfolk. The perfect setting for a hot tub break with little in the way of distraction, you could be enjoying delightful countryside views while soaking your cares away in a bubbling jacuzzi in no time at all.
Place to stay: Looking for lodges with hot tubs? Moor Farm Lodge is a pet-friendly lodge for two, ideally located in the peaceful surroundings of Foxley.
Best walks in the UK
There's a good chance you'll want to get out and explore the local area. Here are some of the most popular walking routes for each of our favourite regions.
Mount Snowdon - Llanberis Path
Location: North Wales Difficulty: Medium Walk length: Nine miles
Get those walking boots on and take on the challenge of Wales' highest peak! Standing at a mighty 1,085 metrers above sea level, you'll experience spectacular views of the Snowdonia National Park from its summit. The most straightforward route to the top is the Llanberis Path.
Beer to Branscombe
Location: Devon Difficulty: Easy Walk length: Five and a half miles
The Beer to Branscombe Walk takes you through two pretty villages in East Devon. Along the way, you'll discover historical monuments, an abundance of wildlife, and of course, incredible views! Be sure to stop by one of the local pubs to refuel before making your way back around.
Location: Yorkshire Difficulty: Easy/ medium Walk length: Just under six miles
The ideal trail for nature lovers, the circular path around Broxa Forest should take you around two and a half hours to complete. Breath in the fresh pine scents as you make your way along this enchanting woodland, located within the stunning North York Moors National Park.
Bude to Northcott Mouth
Location: Cornwall Difficulty: Easy Walk length: Three and a half miles
There's nothing more refreshing than a good beach walk, and Cornwall certainly isn't short of those. The Bude to Northcott Mouth trail passes by plenty of popular landmarks, including Summerleaze Beach and Bude Sea Pool. This is a circular walk, so there's no need to go back on yourself.
The Weavers' Way
Location: Norfolk Difficulty: Easy/ medium Walk length: Varied
The Weaver's Way is a 61-mile footpath that connects the north and east coastlines of Norfolk. There's plenty of opportunities to join different sections, regardless of where you'll be staying. Passing through acres of woodlands and quiet countryside, it's ideal for a relaxed afternoon stroll on summer days.
Best activities in the UK
Whether you're travelling as a family or a group of friends, you'll likely want to try out the local activities! Here are some of the best-rated attractions in each area.
Location: Bethesda, North Wales
Thrill seekers won't want to miss out on this one! Set within the Snowdonia National Park, Zip World is home to a variety of adrenaline-pumping activities. From trampolining in caves to ziplining down a quarry at 100 miles per hour, there's plenty to keep you entertained.
Pit-stop nearby: Stop by Caffi Coed Y Brenin in Bethesda for freshly-made cakes and sandwiches.
Crealy Theme Park & Resort
Location: Exeter, Devon
Crealy Theme Park & Resort is an award-winning park in Exeter, with rides and attractions to suit all ages. From log flumes to the super cute meerkat manor, it's a great place to keep the kids entertained for the entire day.
Pit-stop nearby: The Digger's Rest is a cosy thatched pub, less than a ten-minute drive from the theme park.
JORVIK Viking Centre
Location: York, Yorkshire
If you'll be staying close to the city of York, be sure to make a trip to the JORVIK Viking Centre. Visitors are taken on a unique ride that lets them experience what life was like over 1,000 years ago, based on archaeological evidence found during the Coppergate excavation.
Pit-stop nearby: For mouthwatering cakes and pastries, stop by Bettys Cafe Tea Rooms. It's just a five-minute walk from the JORVIK centre!
The Eden Project
Location: Bodelva, Cornwall
Immerse yourself in a vibrant tropical rainforest at The Eden Project in Cornwall. Home to acres of beautifully-maintained gardens and one-of-a-kind tropical biomes, you'll be amazed at the incredible work put into this attraction. Throughout the year, various events and workshops are held so be sure to check what's on before you visit.
Pit-stop nearby: Refuel at the Eden Coffee House inside the gardens. Their ethically-sourced and freshly-roasted coffee is absolutely delicious.
Location: Horning, Norfolk
A fantastic attraction for children of all ages and those who are still young at heart, BeWILDerwood promises a fun day out. From crafts and storytelling to enchanting boat rides and treetop mazes, you'll easily spend a whole day here among the woodlands!
Pit-stop nearby: Make a stop at the Bure River Cottage Restaurant in Horning for British-sourced fish dishes.