Our log cabin holidays change with every season. That’s one reason why many of our regular guests love to come back throughout the year – enjoying a unique holiday each time. Summer is the obvious choice for a lake holiday with long hot days exploring on the kayaks and paddle boards and outdoor alfresco dining on the private decking looking over the lake. But come to us in the depths of winter and you’ll find some equally special things that make a minibreak with us so memorable. From unwinding in the cosy atmosphere of your authentic Scandinavian lodge with the wood fire crackling and the smell of pine in the air to tip toeing across the frost covered decking and slipping into your steaming hot tub under a clear sky full of stars. If want to book one of our cabins for a romantic weekend in the Cotswolds autumn is always a great choice. Look forward to taking in the amazing autumn colour reflections on the lakeside walk and scouting out the best seasonal produce before buy cialis canada cooking up a candle-lit dinner in your secluded lake house.

Click on the below photo gallery pages to see what our cabin holidays are really like in each of the seasons…

Spring Holidays

Summer Holidays

Autumn Holidays

Winter Holidays

It’s not just things at the lake that change throughout the year though. The Cotswolds has different things to offer along the way with amazing farmers markets abundant in fresh fruit in the summer to magical Christmas markets and holiday shopping in many of the historic Cotswold towns. Head over to our Cotswold Blog to see what’s going on at the moment in the area and to find tips on the best things to do, see and taste whilst on a short break in the Cotswolds. Our Cotswold Travel Guide also has comprehensive sections on everything you will need to plan a special staycation with us. There is free Wifi in each of our lake cabins too so you can easily plan days out whilst sitting on your decking or soaking in the hot tub!

CHECK OUT OUR HOLIDAYS THROUGHOUT THE SEASONS

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