Log cabin breaksTreat yourself to a break away from the bustle
Log cabin breaks are the perfect way to relax and get back to nature. Whether you’ve had a busy week at work or want to treat your loved one to a romantic break, log cabins are an ideal choice when you want that rare combination of natural beauty, privacy and peace. Located in some of the world’s most secluded and spectacular destinations, you’ll be able to balance your time between exploring the great outdoors, and getting cosy in your cabin come evening. You could go fishing, trekking in the mountains, rock-climbing or even caving: living on the edge of a Scottish loch or in the midst of Austrian mountains, you won’t regret living it up in a log cabin this year.
We have thousands of log cabins for you to choose from, from properties fit for large families, to small cabins perfect for couples. What’s more, finding your ideal home from home has never been easier with HomeAway Holiday Rentals: simply read on for a rundown of our favourite log cabin destinations, or for more options, select ‘Cabins’ from our Property Type selection bar on the left-hand side of the page.
Log cabin breaks in Tennessee
Home to magnificent outdoor wonders such as the Appalachian Scenic Trail, Great Smokey Mountains National Park and Big South Fork National River, Tennessee’s the natural choice for log cabin breaks. It’s where the majority of our HomeAway cabin rentals lie, with most boasting incredible mountain views, and unspoilt natural surroundings. You could opt for an enormous log cabin replete with hot tub, pool table and fully-fitted kitchen, or try something a little less luxurious and enjoy a more traditional, rustic break. Whatever you choose, you’ll fall in love with Tennessee.
Log cabin breaks in Scotland
Scotland’s a fantastic choice for log cabin breaks, particularly when you don’t want to travel too far from home! You could splash out on a high-end log cabin replete with its own fishing loch, or keep your eyes open for Nessy with a cosy log cabin in Loch Ness! If you’re looking for the most dramatic and unspoilt scenery in the country, head west: the Scottish Highlands and Islands and Argyll offer some of Scotland’s most breathtakingly beautiful landscapes. Here, you can take long hikes into the mountains to admire local wildlife, before returning for an evening next to your wood-burning stove.
Log cabin breaks in Austria
While many people consider Austria to be primarily suited to skiing, it’s a fantastic country in which to enjoy a log cabin break in summer. Staying in a rustic alpine lodge in the midst of magnificent hiking trails, you can really make the most of everything Austria has to offer. Why not explore Styria, Tirol or Salzburg Land? In the latter area, you’ll find flowering meadows, majestic mountains and sparkling, spring water lakes, and many of the log cabins are replete with steamy saunas! So get out for a cycle or swim in the morning, before heading home for an evening in front of the fire.
Log cabin breaks in Spain
Spain may not be your first consideration when thinking about log cabin breaks, but the country boasts dozens of beautiful wooden lodges From the most luxurious of chalets along the Costa del Sol to small, cosy retreats in Majorca, you’ll find lots of options to choose from when browsing through our selection. If you fancy enjoying a group holiday, why not consider a large log cabin in Andalusia? With eight bedrooms, private swimming pool and wonderful sun deck, all set within two acres of landscaped grounds, this is one luxurious log cabin break!
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Log cabin breaks in England
The majority of our European log cabins lie in England, stretching from the lakes of Cumbria and the Lake District National Park to the beautiful sands of the West Country’s Cornwall. For something truly unique, why not consider a stay in a Somerset log cabin? Surrounded by Exmoor National Park, you’ll be amazed at the wildlife living outside your front door: from peregrine falcons to red deer, foxes and badgers, you’ll get back to nature in no time. Alternatively, why not try your hand at some new outdoor activities? From clay pigeon shooting to pony trekking, there’ll be plenty to keep you busy!