The ideal holiday for families, couples, groups and individuals are the log cabin breaks in the UK. The log cabins have become a very popular choice for many people as they provide excellent accommodation at a very affordable price, plus you are staying on wonderfully maintained sites which have other facilities to help make your holiday that little bit extra special.
Prices of the Log Cabin Breaks do vary depending on where and when you are going, but generally you will find them an extremely cost effective option for a good UK holiday. There are quiet sites or there are sites with more facilities to enjoy such as swimming pools, saunas, hot tubs, gyms, leisure activities and more.
More About the Log Cabin Breaks in the UK
All of the log cabin accommodation is very well equipped with all the necessary items you need for a self catering holiday. The rural retreats are ideal for exploring the local countryside or coasts either on foot or by bike and you will never be too far away from a good local pub or restaurant for an evening meal or a drink after your days out. The log cabin parks are good for children as well as they offer a safe and friendly environment to enjoy.
Log cabins are available for holidays throughout the UK, book up early to get your preferred choice, log cabins are popular and the holidays get booked up fast.
Taking a holiday in the UK is very popular and increasingly attractive to visitors. There are lots of different places to stay including campsites, chic hotels, house boats and for those thinking about log cabin breaks UK holiday destinations are well placed. For a budget conscious and high quality holiday log cabin breaks UK wide are well worth considering for the annual holiday or weekend away. Many are in woodland retreats in the countryside whilst others enjoy lakeside or coastal views and the facilities are very good.
Explore Areas from Your Favourite Films
People on a UK holiday break often enjoy seeing where some of their favourite films are made and there are places which are instantly recognizable all over Britain. One of the classic films of the 1990s was The Full Monty which was filmed in Sheffield featuring a group of unemployed steelworkers. The Da Vinci Code was shot partly in Lincoln Cathedral which doubled as Westminster Abbey.
Who can forget the dramatic Peak District in Pride and Prejudice when Chatsworth and the Derbyshire countryside features in the production. Calendar Girls is another popular British film and scenes were shot in and around the Yorkshire Dales involving a number of villages and valleys. Billy Elliot is a popular film and had scenes from Middlesborough and parts of County Durham as the backdrop to the movie.
Harry Potter is an iconic British film and the chamber of Secrets was shot at Goathland Station, Alnwick Castle and parts of Gloucester Cathedral. Cornwall has always been a favourite with film makers, and Ladies in Lavender was filmed in Helston, Coverack and parts of Southern Cornwall. Sense and Sensibility was filmed largely in Devon at Saltram House and Berry Pomeroy.
When a film is shot and is popular visitors love to see some of the scenes in real life and being able to take a holiday close to the actual location is a wonderful way to see these places. The interest in British films is increasing and as many more movies encapsulate the British countryside so more places will become attractions for visitors to see the location of their favourite film.
So if you are considering a log cabin holiday this year then you will find a massive array of choice on the Holidayparkhols website. So get searching today for your holiday, short break or weekend getaway.