Staffordshire’s central location in the heart of England covers part of the Peak District, Stoke-on-Trent and just to the North of Wolverhampton. It is also not far from the Shropshire Hills. We have log cabins on nestled on rivers which have relaxing hot tubs and great scenery to enjoy.

The county of Staffordshire has many enjoyable places for a log cabin holiday, with a range of days out for the whole family. If you're thinking of fun then there are the theme parks, zoos and a little bit of living history. For adrenaline junkies, there are the two theme parks, Alton Towers and Drayton Manor which is home to the famous Thomas Land. Other attractions in the area include the Go Ape Adventure at Cannock Chase, Snowdome in Tamworth and Waterworld in Stoke-on-Trent.

If it’s a more relaxing holiday that you are after then there is a wide range of parks and lakes to visit throughout the Peak District, a haven for walkers and cyclists. With an array of wonderful walks on offer throughout the region, what better way is there to re-fuel in a traditional English pub. Many have roaring fires and sumptuous meals on offer.

As well as the Peak District, historians will be spoilt for choice in Staffordshire with a wide range of castles and stately homes to visit. Weston Park and Shugborough are just two in this area.

The National Forest is also nearby and is nestled in a part of Staffordshire that boasts the National Forest Way. This is a 75 mile long distance walking trail that stretches from the National Memorial Arboretum in Staffordshire right down to the Beacon Hill Country Park in Leicestershire.

So, if whether you’re looking for a short break or a family log cabin holiday in Staffordshire, you can be sure there will be plenty to do no matter what your taste, budget or interests.