Log cabins in Gloucestershire

NameLocationTelephoneNumber of CabinsPetsHot Tubs
Whitemead Forest Park - Find out moreForest of Dean0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Ford Farm Lodges - Find out moreKilcot Newent0844 561 8383Pets AllowedHot Tubs
Forest of Dean Lodges - Find out moreColeford0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Lake Pochard Lodges - Find out moreCirencester0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Kingfisher - Find out moreLake Pochard, Cotswold Water Park01244 352218Pets Allowed
Brookbank Folly - Find out moreMitcheldean01244 352218No Pets
Log House HolidaysCirencester Tel (day) 01285 770082
Whitemead Forest ParkLydneyTel (day) 0845 345 342529-
Hoburne CotswoldCirencesterTel (day) 01285 86021682-
Wildmoor WatersSouth CerneyTel (day) 07711 831 8562-
Hillview LakesTewkesburyTel (day) 07840 579087 or 0870 609 30729-

What to do on your Log Cabin Holiday to Gloucestershire

Looking for a log cabin holiday in one of the most historical places in the whole of England? If you are looking for one memorable vacation experience that you can share with your family and friends, visiting Gloucestershire in south western England is definitely something that you should consider. Located between the Cotswold Hills, River Severn and the Forest of Dean, Gloucestershire is a place filled with rich history combined with a modern touch of simplicity and beauty. Historical accounts such as the Anglo-Saxon Chronicles mentioned Gloucestershire and many countless stories make this place a historical site that many history enthusiasts would love to visit. Gloucestershire is also a perfect place to spend your log cabin holidays with its theme parks and animal zones.

Crickley Hill, Cheltenham Gloucestershire - Courtesy of Flickr

If you are bringing kids as companions, Gloucestershire offers many kid-friendly visiting sites that young people will surely love. One of these is the Gloucester Waterways Museum that delves into the magnificent world of Victorian era docks. Inside this museum, you will see and discover many impressive things such as ingenious waterway systems, boat designs and even boat-living explorations. Many hands on and interactive displays also make this a wonderful place where children can truly enjoy. For a more interesting touring experience, you and your companions can also visit the Oakham Treasures that is considered as one of the most beautiful and largest privately owned museums about farming and retail history in England. The vast collection and memorabilia found in this place will surely make anyone excited to explore the place and come back for more.

Nightlife is also a thing to look forward to when visiting the beautiful county of Gloucestershire. If you are into theatres, the Everyman Theatre in Cheltenham is one of the best places to go to as soon as the sun goes down. On the other hand, if you are looking for a unique dining experience, the Red Cocktail Bar / Lounge and Churchill Arms, both found in Cheltenham, are two of the places that you shouldn’t miss. With a good mix of old-time ambiences and modern food offering, these dining places will surely complete your Gloucestershire visiting experience.

Dovers Hill, Gloucestershire - Courtesy of Flickr

In visiting Gloucestershire, do not forget to look for quality and affordable accommodations to avoid the hassle of looking on the spot for a place to stay. There are many log cabins available for your touring needs and you can also make reservations in advance to make sure that you and your companions will get the most out of your visit to Gloucestershire. For more information on available log cabins in Gloucestershire, visit the Forest of Dean Lodges and browse the best options for your holiday needs.

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