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Best UK lodge and chalet holidays for 2023

tUK UK has some seriously special settings for hosting visitors from home or away during holidays and long weekends. Whether enjoying remote spots among centuries-old forests or direct access to an isolated beach, there are an impressive array of escapes to experience The Great Outdoors first-hand. Think cozy chalet interiors, budget wooden cabins perfect for families trying to cut costs, and luxurious romantic getaways in home-made bungalows.

And it’s not only during the summer months that you can escape to your home country, despite the unpredictable UK weather being unpredictable. Chalets, lodges, and log cabins are often equipped with hot tubs, sun decks, wood-burning fireplaces, and barbecue grills to cater for all seasons.

If you’re looking for a place to spend a bank holiday with friends or celebrate a big birthday with the whole family, check out these stylish shepherd’s lodges, cabins and huts on par with any home. What kind of country vacation?

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Herston Log Cabins, Swanage, England

Accommodation options include hot tubs, wood-burning stoves, and private gardens

(Herston Yards Farm)

Best for: Adventures with the family

This rustic log cabin venue has a relaxed and safe yet adventurous atmosphere, perfect for a family holiday in the UK. Overlooking the sloping Purbeck Hills of the Jurassic Coast, self-catering cabins, lodges and cottages have modern interiors, hot tubs, and sheltered outdoor spaces — and you have parking space behind. Families staying at Herston can stroll down to the seaside town center and blue-flagged Swanage beaches to enjoy water sports, restaurants and video games.

The site’s children’s play area and proximity to the Swanage steamship to Corfe Castle are the bonus of a family day out. Cancel the dog sitter and bring your pet for £5 per night. That’s not to say this site ignores its adults. There’s an on-site bar, The Old Mess Room, for parents to sample local beers, an entertainment program that includes karaoke, and a restaurant that honors the long tradition of Sunday barbecue. .

Cabin cabins from £740 for four nights sleep up to seven

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Pantglas Hall Holiday Lodges, Camarthen, Wales

Self-catering lodges with patio views of Pantglas Hall

(Pantglass Hall)

Best for: Budget chalets

The woods of Carmarthenshire are a sight to behold from the Pantglas Hall Holiday Lodge, where 25 self-catering chalets blend in with the verdant surroundings. Most of the interiors in the well-appointed one- to three-bedroom holiday homes are cozy with fireplaces and have verandas for stunning views of the sprawling grounds. countryside.

Hiking or cycling enthusiasts can explore the hills and open fields from the doorstep of rural hideaways; After all, Carmarthenshire is known as the National Botanical Garden of Wales and has plenty of bike trails.

Couples can relax in the on-site recreational facilities with a dip in the hot tub or pool before warming up in the sauna. Pantglas chalet visits with a partner or groups of up to eight adults start from £83 a night in low season. Share rates with friends for an idyllic budget getaway in the heart of Wales.

Cameron Lodge, Loch Lomond, Scotland

Four-bedroom detached lodge overlooking a peaceful pond

(Cameron Hostel)

Best for: Luxury living

Set above the tranquil landscape of Loch Lomond, these lodges make for the perfect intimate and relaxing Scottish stay. Whether it’s a spa visit, a getaway in the country or simply an escape from reality, lift your feet and relax in the spacious living spaces of the rooms like at home. The private terrace offers the chance to enjoy al fresco dining while enjoying the view.

Just 25 minutes from Glasgow Airport, the freshwater lake and its surroundings are home to small islands, steep mountains and enchanting forests spread across 400 acres.

The luxuries include five-star amenities like the Hot Water Experience at Cameron Spa and dining at four restaurants and bars for those nights when you can’t be bothered to cook.

From £1,107 for four adults to enjoy a three-night stay

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Shepherd’s Hut Scarborough, Yorkshire, England

Lose yourself on a working farm in the remote Yorkshire countryside

(Stepney Hill Farm)

Best for: Remote escapes

Lose yourself in the North Yorkshire countryside with a remote stay on your very own Stepney Hill farm. The compact Shepherd’s Hut studio room sleeps 2 people and features a cozy wood-burning stove, ensuite outside, kitchen and dining area.

With a picnic bench outside for summer barbecues, aided by on-site butchers, and the new addition of a hut-side hot tub, turn off the lights and embrace the venue deserted with far-reaching views of the coast and working farm fields. Not far from two sandy beaches, the secluded escape enjoys peace and quiet – no sheep – with the option of a long lunch at the farm’s tearoom if you fancy a change of scenery.

Inland Cabin, Snowdonia, Wales

Admire the mountain views from the luxury cabin’s hot tub

(Domestic Cabin/Unique Hostel)

Best for: Romantic retreats

A short drive from Anglesey, Hinterland Cabin offers idyllic romance (or rather singing croons) for couples looking to enjoy a two-person getaway to Snowdonia. The luxury retreat in Conwy, a medieval market town, is set in enchanting woodland overlooking the valley and the traditional cliffs below. Inside, fresh flowers and soft bathrobes await your arrival in North Wales. Luxurious interiors include oak beams, gold accent decorations and spacious walk-in showers. The welcome gift basket comes with authentic Welsh produce, such as Snowdonia cheese and local cider.

Outside, revel in building cabins from old stone slabs and railroad sleepers of the Conwy Valley line. Couples can enjoy the sauna, yoga deck and hot tub, or stroll around the nearby fishing lake, all from the comfort of a cozy self-catering cabin.

From £1,595 for two adults for a seven-night stay

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Barend Holiday Lodges, Dalbeattie, Scotland

Enjoy breathtaking views of Barend Loch from guest houses in Barend Holiday Village

(Beautiful images/iStockphoto)

Best for: Quirky Architecture

The striking Scandinavian architecture of Barend Holiday Village’s impressive chalets is enhanced by stunning balcony views, perfect for long or short stays in the UK. Nestled in the forests of Dalbeattie, in the Dumfries and Galloway regions, quirky family-run holiday homes can comfortably accommodate 2 to 8 people.

Complimentary swimming in the heated pool, sauna and golfing services at Craigieknowes Golf Club’s 9-hole course make for the perfect setting for the outdoors. Barend offers a great range of hikes for dog owners – most chalets are pet-friendly – hikers and families wanting a light stroll down to the beach at Sandyhills Bay.

Eight people stay from £114 a night

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