More Log Cabins Articles A new travel review has rated what it regards as the ten best log cabin breaks in the UK.
Dixe Wills of the Guardian compiled the list, noting that the country boasts a wide range of idyllic log cabin holiday options, "from boutique lodges to simple fishing huts".
Among them is The Lodge at Eden Hall in Cumbria, which is located in a secluded spot on the banks of the river Eamont.
According to Mr Wills, the property comes with a wrought-iron spiral staircase, a woodburner and a veranda and can sleep up to four people.
Daisybank at Hoe Grange in Derbyshire also featured in the top ten, with Mr Wills noting that it veers "more towards the shed end of the log cabin world".
The log cabin, which is due to open this month, sleeps six.
"Stay indoors (the central heating is from a ground-source pump) and enjoy the views of the Peak District, or walk, cycle or ride the eight-mile Hoe Grange Time Travellers Trail," suggested the writer.
Other destinations to feature in the list included Greenway Lodge in Somerset, which was praised for "taking the concept of the log cabin to its most luxurious extreme".
The building, which sleeps six, comes complete with most "mod cons", Mr Wills said.
Posted by Martin Corby -
31 January 2011
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