Log cabins in Hampshire

NameLocationTelephoneNumber of CabinsPetsHot Tubs
South Hants Country Park - Find out moreFareham0844 561 8383No Pets
Oakdene Forest - Find out moreSt Leonards Ringwood0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Sandy Balls Lodges - Find out moreGodshill Fordingbridge0844 561 8383No Pets
Elmers Court Country Club - Find out moreLymington0844 561 8383No Pets
Hoburne Naish - Find out moreNew Milton0844 561 8383No Pets
Hayling Island - Find out moreHayling Island0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Solent Breezes - Find out moreFareham0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Riverside Holidays - Find out moreHamble0844 561 8383No Pets
Forest Edge - Find out moreSt Leonard’s Ringwood0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Shorefield Country Park - Find out moreMilford-on-Sea Nr Lymington0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Endymion - Find out moreLinwood01244 352218Pets Allowed
Hurst View Caravan ParkLymingtonTel (day) 01590 6716483-
Karelia HolidaysRingwoodTel (day) 01425 4789204-
Dunwood Manor Golf ClubAwbridgeTel (day) 01794 3405493-
Lake Farm Country HolidaysFordingbridge Tel (day) 01425 654106
Little PaddockRingwood Tel (day) 01425 470889
8No pets
Sandy Balls Holiday CentreFordingbridgeTel (day) 01425 653042Tel (eve) 01425 653042-Pets Allowed
South Winchester LodgesWinchesterTel (day) 01962 8204908Pets Allowed
Warren Park Farm Fishing HolidaysAlderholtTel (day) 01425 6533405Pets Allowed

What to do on your Log Cabin Holiday to Hampshire

Located in the southern coast of England, Hampshire is a good choice if you are looking for a memorable log cabin holiday. Hampshire also offers an exciting weekend getaway for you and your companions. This beautiful county is bordered by Dorset, Berkshire, Surrey, West Sussex and Wiltshire, making it a place of convergence where different cultures and experience meet. It is also made up by a combination of flat lands, forests, grasslands and woodlands that will surely add up to the activities that you can explore during the course of your visit.

Huts at Milford on Sea - Courtesy of Flickr

If you are looking for a special place where you can bring your family and friends, Hampshire is definitely one of the few places that you shouldn’t miss.

If you are bringing your family with you, especially young kids, Hampshire has many animal and theme parks that you can visit to add up to your memorable vacation. For those who want an exciting experience, the Paultons Family Theme Park is one recommended place to visit in Hampshire. With its newly introduced Peppa Pig World, you and your family can experience a fully-themed attraction with exciting rides and indoor playing areas. On the other hand, if you are looking for more hands-on touring experience, the Longdown Activity Farm in Ashurst, Hampshire, is one place that you should definitely go to. The daily schedule of hands-on activities with farm animals such as goat and calf will definitely keep your kids occupied and involved while you go and explore the whole of the place.

Barton Cliff - Courtest of Flickr

Once the sun goes down, Hampshire is also a good place to explore especially if you are traveling with your friends. For those who are inclined to theatre and performing arts, the New Theatre Royal in Portsmouth is a place that will definitely make your visit worthwhile. Considered as one of the theatres in Hampshire that possess great acoustics, New Theatre Royal offers memorable performances from some of England’s leading performers to date.

To make sure that you do not miss out on your holiday to Hampshire, make sure that you have the best log cabin accommodations for you and your companions’ needs. Log cabins offer many amenities such as single and double accommodations to make sure that you will enjoy your stay at Hampshire. For more information on the available log cabins for you and your companions, visit Oakdene Forest Park and see how you can get the most out of your long-awaited holiday getaway.

Ponnies in the New Forest - Courtesy of Flickr

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