Keep it cosy with a wooden lodge holiday rental

Holiday lettings in wooden lodges are about taking it back to basics and enjoying the simple life in beautiful places. Whether you call them lodges or log cabins, there's something deliciously nostalgic about hunkering down in the great outdoors with the smell of pine and the warming glow of a wood-fired stove. Wooden lodges are perfect for the whole family, and in many cases you can even take the dog along, too.

What do you get with a wooden lodge holiday?

With wooden lodges, nature's literally on your doorstep. Holiday lodges are pretty much always set in drop-dead gorgeous locations, either secluded away on their own, or in purpose-built holiday parks with on-site activities and facilities. Whichever you go for, getting back to nature doesn't have to mean slumming it – you'll find most wooden lodges are tricked out with plenty of mod-cons like heating, TVs and Wi-Fi. You might even find some extra luxuries like log-burners and outdoor hot tubs.

Soak away your troubles in your own private hot tub

Fancy watching the sun go down from your own open-air hot tub at the end of a long day in the great outdoors? Well, you're in luck, because lots of wooden lodge holiday homes come with decadent private hot tubs where you can sink into the bubbles and soothe away the aches of the day. Just lie back, relax, and maybe clink a cheeky glass of fizz with your nearest and dearest.

Top UK locations for holidays in wooden lodges

Booking a holiday in a wooden lodge is a fantastic way to explore some of the UK's most enticing corners, and a stay in a log cabin can be a great value break for couples, families and larger groups alike. Whether you're looking to cycle the country lanes of Norfolk, scale the peaks of Snowdonia and the Lake District, or just indulge in a cream tea in the Yorkshire Dales, there's a wooden lodge holiday home out there for you.

Wooden lodge holiday lettings in Yorkshire

Yorkshire's got some of the nation's best-loved national parks and beauty spots. There are holiday lettings to suit every pocket and preference, and wooden lodges are no exception. From woodland hideouts in Cropton or Dalby Forests to cliff-top getaways by the North Sea, Yorkshire highlights include the picture-perfect James Herriot country of the Yorkshire Dales, and the rugged, heather-clad expanses of the North York Moors. You could enjoy the rolling hills and chocolate-box villages of the Wolds, or head west for the dramatic upland landscapes of Bronte country.

Rent a wooden lodge on the Norfolk coast

Love to live the life aquatic? Norfolk's legendary for its unique coastal landscapes, its glorious beaches, and the intricate waterways of the Norfolk Broads. The views in this wide-open stretch of England reach for miles in every direction, and with its flat gradients and quiet country roads, you'll want to bring the bikes along on your log cabin holiday. Norfolk's got a huge range of wooden lodges available, from seaside boltholes to woodland holiday parks with all the facilities and activities you could want.

Romantic wooden lodges in Wales

When it comes to log cabin holidays, nowhere does such a fine line in secluded retreats as Wales. Hidden among the epic landscapes of areas like Snowdonia and the Brecon Beacons are rustic-chic lakefront lodges and romantic mountain hideaways for those who want to wake up in the outdoors. And if you're looking for a more social holiday and a wider range of on-site facilities, Wales has got you covered too, with plenty of modern holiday parks offering comfortable wooden lodges.

Wooden lodge holiday rentals in the Lake District

Hands-down one of the most popular outdoor playgrounds in the UK, the Lake District has got more log cabins and wooden lodges than you can shake a pair of hiking boots at. As you'd expect, many of these holiday rentals have jaw-dropping views of the lakes themselves, and most are also within easy reach of cute hub towns like Windermere, Ambleside and Keswick. In this part of the country you're never far from a big day out on the fells, a leisurely cruise on the water, or a hearty pub lunch in an old-school village inn.