The Most Stylish Log Cabins In The UK


Like the sound of long walks, open fires and hot tubs beneath the stars? If you're looking to get away from it all, a luxury log cabin could be your ideal base for a staycation. From Scandinavian-style wooden lodges to plush coastal hideaways for two, here are some of the coolest cabins the UK has to offer.

Hinterland Cabin, Conwy

Those after a luxury staycation should book Hinterland Cabin. Tucked away on the edge of Snowdonia National Park, this unique hideaway overlooks Conwy Valley – one of Wales’ most beautiful areas. Featuring a walk-in shower, underfloor heating, a sauna, hot tub, and hidden extras in every cupboard, you’ll feel right at home. Hinterland is made from old slate and railway sleepers from the Conwy valley line, while inside, the cabin has been beautifully furnished with original oak beams, gold accent furniture and a stylish double bedroom that sleeps two. The property is dog-friendly too, so your four-legged friend will be able to make the most of the great walking opportunities in the area. 

From £1,750 per week


The Nap, Devon

This stylish cabin in the Devonshire countryside is ideal for a quiet, secluded staycation. Set on a working farm on a gently sloping hill, The Nap has stunning vistas across Taw Valley and Exmoor. Inside, there’s a fully fitted kitchenette, downstairs double bedroom, and a mezzanine bed where you can fall asleep under the stars. The property also comes with a Swedish wood burner, and a wood fired hot tub that backs out onto the farm (there are even spare wellies if you want to go exploring). The Nap is also close to an array of country pubs, though if you want to try some of the local produce, you can request rare breed sausages, pork belly or prime cuts of beef from the farm’s butcher. 

From £135 a night


Saddlers Cabin, Northumberland

Located on the outskirts of the Northumberland coastline, Saddlers Cabin is a great choice for budding explorers and families. The rustic space has been decorated with stylish wooden accents and cosy furnishings where you’ll be able to enjoy the peace and quiet. In the cabin, there’s a cosy living area with an indoor wood burner, a modern bathroom, and a stylish master bedroom with a beautiful floral canopy. There’s also has a well-equipped kitchen for self-catering, so you can make the most of the delicious local produce. For a family day trip, head to Bamburgh Castle or Kielder Observatory, both of which are only a short drive away. 

From £160 per night


Saddler's Cabin
Trecombe Lakes

Knoydart Hide, Loch Nevis

For a romantic getaway on the west coast of Scotland, head to Knoydart Hide in Loch Nevis. Although the cabin sleeps up to four, we love its rustic charm and remote location which is best suited to couples. Overlooking the picturesque Loch Nevis, you’ll be able to see a vast woodland in the distance, as well as the Isle of Skye, while inside the cabin, there’s plenty of space in the generously sized rooms. The bathroom has a rustic free-standing bath, while the large living area includes a stylish wood burner. Guests can relax in the hot tub – the ideal stargazing spot – and head on woodland walks to see wild otters and porpoises. The local country pub is a great place for Sunday lunch, though guests can request meals from the resident chef on site. 

From £1,550 per week


Willow The Wisp Cabin, East Sussex

This Scandinavian-style log cabin is only an hour’s drive from London, making it ideal for a last-minute getaway. Burrowed away in the peaceful East Sussex countryside, you’ll feel right at home in the cosy hideaway which sleeps two. The cabin is simple yet stylish, featuring a double bedroom and bright living area, while a luxe outdoor tub awaits on the patio. Willow the Wisp is great for outdoor explorers – it’s surrounded by vast woodland with two hidden treehouses, while Bewl Water reservoir, a lovely walking route, is nearby, too. Head into Hastings or Tunbridge Wells for a day trip or make the most of the beautiful coastline at Rye. 

From £130 per night


Samphire, Essex

For a coastal retreat, book a weekend at Samphire log cabin in Essex. Located on Sampsons Farm in Colchester, this weather-boarded cabin-on-stilts overlooks the Ray Channel with harbourside and farmland views. It sleeps up to four people within a large open plan area, a simple yet chic bedroom, modern bathroom, and private decking for outdoor lounging. Beautifully styled with nautical-inspired interiors and oak features throughout – the cabin looks particularly bright and airy during the summer months. Adventurous types can explore the Channel on the property’s kayaks (£40 per stay), or head into one of the charming villages nearby. 

Form £100 per night


Willow The Wisp Cabin
Little Bear
Fleur's Retreat

Little Bear, West Sussex

Set in acres of bluebell-swathed woodland, Little Bear log cabin is a unique hideaway in the West Sussex Weald Downlands – the ideal location for nature lovers. An SL favourite, it sleeps two people in a king-size bed and also has a separate shower room, and a mezzanine where you can relax on a daybed. The cabin oozes luxury throughout, with original wooden beams inside, plush furnishings, and an eco-wood-fired hot tub. With a few charming country pubs just a short walk away, you can explore the local area, before having a cosy evening at Little Bear. Upon arrival, you’ll receive a welcome hamper that includes outdoor blankets, toasting marshmallows, red wine and kindling logs.

From £1,150 per week


Ewe View, Powys 

Perched high on a hill in the Welsh countryside, Ewe View is a charming log cabin that sleeps up to four guests. Set on Penlam Farm, just an hour’s drive from Aberystwyth in Powys, it overlooks lush grassland and comes with beautiful views of the valleys. While the setting is strictly pastoral, inside you’ll find cosy, modern interiors that have been stylishly decorated. Complete with a shower, well-equipped kitchen, and wood-burning stock, the cabin has everything you need for a quaint weekend away. A blissful evening can be spent relaxing in the hot tub or stargazing by the fire.

From £170 per night


Fleurs Retreat, Devon

Couples looking for a romantic weekend away should head to Fleurs Retreat in the Devonshire town of Crediton. Set at the bottom of a steep hill on Sturridge Farm, this Scandinavian-inspired wooden cabin is a secluded bolthole with stunning views. On the grounds, there’s a large pond, private woodland area and an outdoor wood burner ideal for alfresco dining, while inside, the pod has a double bedroom and large living area. You’ll have to walk up the hill to use the farm’s shower and kitchen, but the secluded location makes it worthwhile. Guests will also receive a welcome hamper of local treats upon arrival. 

From £82 per night


Skandi Countryside Lodge
Knoydart Hide

Brownscombe Cabin, Devon

Set in the grounds of a quiet farm, Brownscombe Cabin can be found in Devon, in Compton. The secluded lodge overlooks stunning valleys and sleeps two adults and two children, though this property is best suited to a couple looking for a romantic getaway. The wood-panelled cabin has a large master bedroom, as well as a smaller guest room, with luxury Egyptian cotton linens and a stylish en-suite with a copper roll-top bath. We love the outdoor hot tub, which has been newly installed, and the fire-pit BBQ – ideal for summer evenings. Brownscombe is only a few miles from Totnes and Dartmoor National Park – both of which are worth a visit if you’re in the Devonshire countryside. 

From £165 per night


Seaglass, Cornwall 

Set on Tregonhawke Cliff on the golden sands of Whitsand Bay, Seaglass is a plush log cabin by the sea. The luxury beach house has panoramic views of the coast and is a great place for couples looking for a unique staycation spot in the south west. The cabin has an outdoor shower, hammock, and wooden patio that’s wonderful in the summer, while cooler evenings are best spent curled up beside the fireplace in the cosy living room. Guests can enjoy breakfast in bed, which is delivered to the cabin in the morning, before walking along the beach and exploring the area. Seaglass is an adults-only retreat, so bookmark it for a special weekend away.

£1,295 per short break


Skandi Countryside Lodge, Kent

Just a short distance from London, the ultra-chic Skandi Countryside Lodge in Kent was made for couples. With distinct Nordic style and modern interiors throughout, you can relax in the large open plan rooms that overlook a pretty garden. Sunbathe on the loungers during summer and luxuriate in the hot tub during the colder months, for the ultimate relaxing trip. The cabin has heated floors, a kitchenette and a walk-in shower, while the mezzanine bedroom has a beautiful overhead window that’s perfect for stargazing. For an interesting day out, visit the historic town of Maidstone and walk along the River Medway for the very best views. 

From £122 per night


Trecombe Lakes, Cornwall

In a beautiful woodland area just outside of Falmouth in Cornwall lies Trecombe Lakes – a collection of luxe glamping pods and wooden lodges. For a group getaway, book a luxury pod which sleeps up to six in a double room, mezzanine bedroom, and sofa bed. The property also has a Swedish outdoor hot bath that’s available year-round. Trecombe Lakes is a great family option – kids will love the woodland play area, treehouse and rope swing, while adults can take full advantage of the indoor log burner and appreciate the unique interiors. The area is a hotspot for water sports, particularly surfing and paddle boarding, where the waves are at their best during the autumn.

From £495 per week


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