Log cabins in West Yorkshire

NameLocationTelephoneNumber of CabinsPetsHot Tubs
Brimham Rocks Cottages - Find out moreHarrogate0844 561 8383Pets AllowedHot Tubs
Cropton Lodges - Find out moreCropton Pickering0844 561 8383Pets AllowedHot Tubs
Lindale Park - Find out moreBedale0844 561 8383No Pets
Hawkswick Cote - Find out moreArncliffe Skipton0844 561 8383No Pets
Spring Wood Lodges - Find out moreHarrogate0844 561 8383No PetsHot Tubs
Ribblesdale Lodges - Find out moreGisburn0844 561 8383Pets AllowedHot Tubs
Riverside Lodges - Find out moreRipon0844 561 8383No PetsHot Tubs
Faweather Grange Lodges - Find out moreIlkley Moor0844 561 8383Pets AllowedHot Tubs
Westholme Lodges - Find out moreAysgarth Leyburn0844 561 8383Pets Allowed
Brazengate - Find out moreLong Ashes, Threshfield01244 352218No Pets
Beech Lodge - Find out moreMasham01244 352218Pets Allowed
Ashfold Chalet - Find out morePateley Bridge01244 352218No Pets
Lower Lumb Lodge - Find out moreCragg Vale01244 352218Pets Allowed
Wharfe Lodge - Find out moreLong Ashes, Threshfield01244 352218Pets Allowed
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Log Cabin Holidays in West Yorkshire

On the hunt for a great log cabin holiday destination where you can take your family and friends for a relaxing vacation? The county of West Yorkshire in the Northern Region of England is definitely a place that you should consider. Landlocked within the five metropolitan boroughs of Bradford, Calderdale, Kirklees, Leeds and Wakefield, the county of West Yorkshire is a place where cultures converge and combine. Although covering only 783 sq miles of land area, West Yorkshire is composed of hills, escarpments and wide valleys that would make up for a great outdoor activity location. If you want to experience some outdoor adventure with your family and friends, take them to West Yorkshire for a log cabin holiday and you surely would not regret it.

For those who want to experience a bit of the past, visiting the Kirkstall Abbey in Kirkstall, West Yorkshire is something that should not be missed. Kirkstall Abbey is a ruined Cistercian Monastery which was believed to be established around 1152. This almost 1000-year old ruin of a cathedral is an enigmatic and mysterious place that continually attracts the attention of visitors and tourists around the world. Acquired by the Leeds Corporation as a gift, it was opened to public in the late 19th century. Today, the gatehouse acts as a museum for those who want to know more about the history of the Abbey.

If you are a tourist seeking some of the oldest working establishments in England, West Yorkshire has plenty of these for you. Aside from the 1000-year old Kirkstall abbey, there is also the Middleton Railway, which is the oldest continuously working railway in the world today. Founded in 1758, the Middleton Railway still has the capacity to operate and function in normal standards. It is now considered a heritage site today and is run by the volunteers from the Middleton Railway Trust since the 60’s. These are only a few of the old establishments that you can find in West Yorkshire, so if you are on the hunt for great historical places you should definitely visit this county.

To make sure that you won’t experience any problems with your log cabin holiday, make it a point to always reserve your log cabins at least a week before you embark on your trip. Doing so will not only improve your chances of minimising potential problems but more importantly, it will give you ample time to look for the best log cabins that fit you and your companions needs. If you are not sure where to go to, visit Hoseasons and start reserving your log cabin holidays today.

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