If you are looking for a wonderful holiday this year but have no idea what to do or where to go, we have some tremendous opportunities for you. One of our most popular bookings at the moment is for the wooden holiday lodges in the South of England.
Staying in a traditional log cabin is inspirational. After all, where else could you find yourself waking up in the mornings to the sound of the birds singing around you, look out of the window and catch the many glimpses of wildlife going about their daily routine and sit at night looking at the stars amidst such a stunning setting?
Not only are you on the borders of Hampshire, but you will find a whole host of other amazing places to drop into and visit so leave plenty of time to explore some of the cities and museums as well as the many coastal villages.
Some of the most popular places are Oxford with its famous university and colleges (think Inspector Morse) and Portsmouth. Sussex, Wiltshire, Hampshire and Berkshire also have plenty to offer but with the South of England covering such a broad expanse of countryside, towns and villages you will most likely want to plan your itinerary well in advance so that you do not miss out some of the more stunning places to visit and local attractions. Read More
Wherever your wanders take you, at the end of the day you can return to the cosy confines of your log cabin, put your feet up and enjoy the feeling of total peace and relaxation that is conjured up by such a superb environment. By relaxing in your lodge, you can become one with nature and find out what it means to be truly chilled out and happy.
A log cabin holiday in the South of England does indeed combine the best of both worlds; wonderful accommodation in a tremendously attractive area. Of course, as you head towards the south of the country you also tend to move into warmer weather; it is even possible to have cold weather in the midlands and the north with spring flowers and sunshine making a wonderful display in the south!
Get your cabin booked now and enjoy all that the South of England has to offer.