Log Cabins & Lodges in North Norfolk

Log Cabins & Lodges in North Norfolk

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from
£104
per night

Log cabin for 4 people, with garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 1.7km to the beach
2.6

from
£130
per night

Log cabin for 2 people, with hot tub and garden, child-friendly
2 pers., 1 bedroom, 5.3km to the beach
FREE cancellation
4.8
(20 reviews)

from
£160
per night

Log cabin for 6 people, with garden and pool as well as sauna
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 75m², 2.1km to the beach
FREE cancellation
5.0
(19 reviews)

from
£54
per night

Log cabin for 4 people, with garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 100m to the beach
4.3
(2 reviews)

from
£52
per night

Log cabin for 4 people, with garden, with pets
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 6km to the beach

from
£52
per night

Log cabin for 4 people, with garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 450m to the beach
3.5

from
£77
per night

Log cabin for 4 people
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 400m to the beach
FREE cancellation
3.8
(13 reviews)

from
£228
per night

Log cabin for 8 people, with garden, with pets
8 pers., 4 bedrooms
FREE cancellation
4.9
(20 reviews)

from
£51
per night

Log cabin for 4 people, with garden
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 40m to the beach
4.4
(3 reviews)

from
£75
per night

Log cabin for 8 people, with view and garden, with pets
8 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.0
(2 reviews)

from
£65
per night

Log cabin for 4 people, with pets
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 4.5km to the beach
FREE cancellation
4.3
(20 reviews)

from
£144
per night

Log cabin for 9 people, with garden, with pets
9 pers., 4 bedrooms
4.3
(14 reviews)

from
£65
per night

Log cabin for 9 people, with garden, with pets
9 pers., 4 bedrooms, 100m to the beach
3.1
(5 reviews)

from
£82
per night

Log cabin for 2 people, with garden
2 pers., 1 bedroom, 1.4km to the beach

from
£121
per night

Log cabin for 5 people, with garden, child-friendly
5 pers., 3 bedrooms, 1.1km to the beach
FREE cancellation
5.0
(20 reviews)

from
£93
per night

Log cabin for 6 people, with garden
6 pers., 3 bedrooms
4.1
(15 reviews)

from
£87
per night

Log cabin for 2 people
2 pers., 1 bedroom, 90m to the beach
4.0
(12 reviews)

from
£63
per night

Log cabin for 3 people, child-friendly
3 pers., 1 bedroom, 4.4km to the beach
4.0
(53 reviews)
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Highlights in North Norfolk

  • Clean golden sandy beaches
  • Diverse landscapes
  • Unique wildlife
  • Area of outstanding natural beauty

Most popular amenities for Log Cabins & Lodges in North Norfolk

Internet 958
Pets allowed 495
Balcony/Terrace 307
TV 1,020
Garden 845
Parking 960

Log Cabins & Lodges in North Norfolk: Most popular destinations

Log Cabins & Lodges in North Norfolk

Eye-catching log cabins in the countryside

Ideal for holidays and weekends, North Norfolk offers the best log cabins set in the beautiful green countryside for a different kind of day away from the city. The site is an area of European importance for wildlife and offers the opportunity to explore and get close to wonderful nature, as well as enjoying the beautiful award-winning beaches. Spend your days discovering traditional towns, forests, nature reserves and more - there's plenty to do in North Norfolk all year round!

Luxury log cabins with fairytale gardens

The district has a wide range of accommodation to suit all needs and tastes. You can find small log cabins for two people to larger ones for up to eight people. The luxury log cabins and lodges provide you with an escape where you'll find enchanting gardens that look like something out of a fairy tale, terraces with dining and lake views, and renovated interiors with high-quality kitchens and living rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. Whatever your budget and whatever the size of your group, you're guaranteed a stay in North Norfolk that's sure to please.

Travellers and activities

North Norfolk for nature lovers

With ancient woodland, bogs, marshes, rivers, farmland and more, North Norfolk has a wide variety of natural habitats that are home to many birds, fish, and mammals. In the National Park of the Broads, you'll see most of the UK's rare plants and animals, as well as 230 nationally important invertebrates such as beetles and moths. The Cromer Shoals chalk bed, on the other hand, is also a place of outstanding natural beauty. It is the longest chalk bed in the world and is home to over 30 species of sea slugs, schools of blue mussels, porpoises, seals and the occasional basking shark. You can snorkel and swim to get a much better look at the marine life hidden here. Besides, North Norfolk also has guided walks and self-guided nature trails in the nature reserves for you to explore the diversity of wildlife habitats.

North Norfolk for beach lovers

North Norfolk has the largest number of Blue Flag beaches in the country! The beaches offer giant stretches of golden sand and safe, clean waters excellent for those who love swimming. Among the best beaches in the district are Sheringham, Cromer, Mundesley, Sea Palling, East Runton and West Runton. On Sheringham's lovely shingle beach you'll find plenty of places to eat along the promenade and calm, clean waters ideal for families. Further along the coast, Mundesley beach is also a perfect place for a family day out with its clean waters backed by cliffs. Elsewhere, Cromer Beach is home to a majestic pier, pristine sands and perfect diving waters. And if you're interested in fossil hunting, West and East Runton beaches have made some great scientific discoveries, so you're bound to find something interesting.

North Norfolk has areas unaffected by light pollution, making it one of the few places in the UK where the Northern Lights can be seen

Top 7 travel tips in North Norfolk

1. Climb aboard the North Norfolk Railway

The North Norfolk Railway is one of the UK's five great heritage railways and runs from the Victorian seaside town of Sheringham to the Georgian town of Holt. You can explore the three restored century-old stations, enjoy a relaxing journey and book a dining experience on board the dining train. Get ready to travel along the coast and admire panoramic views of the countryside and the coast.

2. Discover Asia's rare animals at Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens

Located near Great Yarmouth, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is renowned for its large collection of rare animals from Asia and landscaped gardens that are over 250 years old. The site includes animals such as leopards, endangered tigers, crocodiles, snakes, otters and much more. During your visit explore the grounds and spot the pair of endangered Sumatran tigers, look up into the trees and watch the adorable red pandas climb, admire the beautiful blue eyes of the snow leopard and walk across the bridge over the crocodile-infested waters at the Swamp House. The gardens also have a cafeteria and play areas for children.

3. Explore the grounds of the elegant Holkham Hall

Set in the heart of a 25,000 acre estate, Holkham Hall is an elegant 17th century mansion, member of the Treasure Houses group of ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses, and castles in England, and is considered a special place in North Norfolk. The mansion has rooms displaying magnificent collections of antique statues, original furniture and paintings by well-known artists such as Rubens, Gainsborough, Van Dyck, Claude and Gaspar Poussin. On your visit you should not miss exploring the extravagant halls and varied gardens with flowers, tropical-style plants and herbs. There is also an extensive deer park surrounding the mansion.

4. Cycle through Norfolk's coastal paths and country roads!

With coastal, countryside and woodland routes, exploring the North Norfolk area by bike is an adventure not to be missed. Cycle through quiet lanes in beautiful countryside, marvel at the coastal scenery as the sea breeze refreshes you and try the trails through woodland. The routes in North Norfolk are varied, so you'll find trails suitable for all ages, abilities, and skills. And if you prefer something a little more effortless, North Norfolk also offers electric bikes for hire to make the trails a breeze.

5. Immerse yourself into Wroxham Miniature Worlds

Wroxham Miniature Worlds is the UK's largest indoor model railway attraction and boasts some of the largest model railways in the world. You can enjoy over 3,000 square metres of areas including model racing cars, an entire town made from over 130,000 LegoTM bricks and some drivable railway cars. See the detailed buildings, the small Japanese village, moving cars, people and watch the railway go through the city and over the mountains.

6. Take a boat trip to see the chubby seals

Sail close to the curious seals and have fun watching them sunbathe on the beach! In Norfolk, you can go on exciting excursions and have the chance to get up close to the adorable seals and their pups. Between June and August, harbour seals give birth to their pups, and between November and January you'll see the beautiful grey pups with white fur and big black eyes that will melt your heart. You'll find tours departing from Blakeney Harbour, Morston Pier, Blakeney Point and from Hunstanton.

7. Spend an enjoyable day at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden

Made up of 130 acres of ancient woodland, visit Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in spring to see the best collection of primroses in the UK! Spring brings with it many beautiful flowers such as bluebells, camellias, azaleas and wood anemones. Explore over 3.5 miles (5.63 km) of nature trails and enjoy a delicious lunch in the tearoom or cake. The site is one of North Norfolk's favourite walking spots

Log Cabins & Lodges in North Norfolk

Eye-catching log cabins in the countryside

Ideal for holidays and weekends, North Norfolk offers the best log cabins set in the beautiful green countryside for a different kind of day away from the city. The site is an area of European importance for wildlife and offers the opportunity to explore and get close to wonderful nature, as well as enjoying the beautiful award-winning beaches. Spend your days discovering traditional towns, forests, nature reserves and more - there's plenty to do in North Norfolk all year round!

Luxury log cabins with fairytale gardens

The district has a wide range of accommodation to suit all needs and tastes. You can find small log cabins for two people to larger ones for up to eight people. The luxury log cabins and lodges provide you with an escape where you'll find enchanting gardens that look like something out of a fairy tale, terraces with dining and lake views, and renovated interiors with high-quality kitchens and living rooms with floor-to-ceiling windows. Whatever your budget and whatever the size of your group, you're guaranteed a stay in North Norfolk that's sure to please.

Travellers and activities

North Norfolk for nature lovers

With ancient woodland, bogs, marshes, rivers, farmland and more, North Norfolk has a wide variety of natural habitats that are home to many birds, fish, and mammals. In the National Park of the Broads, you'll see most of the UK's rare plants and animals, as well as 230 nationally important invertebrates such as beetles and moths. The Cromer Shoals chalk bed, on the other hand, is also a place of outstanding natural beauty. It is the longest chalk bed in the world and is home to over 30 species of sea slugs, schools of blue mussels, porpoises, seals and the occasional basking shark. You can snorkel and swim to get a much better look at the marine life hidden here. Besides, North Norfolk also has guided walks and self-guided nature trails in the nature reserves for you to explore the diversity of wildlife habitats.

North Norfolk for beach lovers

North Norfolk has the largest number of Blue Flag beaches in the country! The beaches offer giant stretches of golden sand and safe, clean waters excellent for those who love swimming. Among the best beaches in the district are Sheringham, Cromer, Mundesley, Sea Palling, East Runton and West Runton. On Sheringham's lovely shingle beach you'll find plenty of places to eat along the promenade and calm, clean waters ideal for families. Further along the coast, Mundesley beach is also a perfect place for a family day out with its clean waters backed by cliffs. Elsewhere, Cromer Beach is home to a majestic pier, pristine sands and perfect diving waters. And if you're interested in fossil hunting, West and East Runton beaches have made some great scientific discoveries, so you're bound to find something interesting.

North Norfolk has areas unaffected by light pollution, making it one of the few places in the UK where the Northern Lights can be seen

Top 7 travel tips in North Norfolk

1. Climb aboard the North Norfolk Railway

The North Norfolk Railway is one of the UK's five great heritage railways and runs from the Victorian seaside town of Sheringham to the Georgian town of Holt. You can explore the three restored century-old stations, enjoy a relaxing journey and book a dining experience on board the dining train. Get ready to travel along the coast and admire panoramic views of the countryside and the coast.

2. Discover Asia's rare animals at Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens

Located near Great Yarmouth, Thrigby Hall Wildlife Gardens is renowned for its large collection of rare animals from Asia and landscaped gardens that are over 250 years old. The site includes animals such as leopards, endangered tigers, crocodiles, snakes, otters and much more. During your visit explore the grounds and spot the pair of endangered Sumatran tigers, look up into the trees and watch the adorable red pandas climb, admire the beautiful blue eyes of the snow leopard and walk across the bridge over the crocodile-infested waters at the Swamp House. The gardens also have a cafeteria and play areas for children.

3. Explore the grounds of the elegant Holkham Hall

Set in the heart of a 25,000 acre estate, Holkham Hall is an elegant 17th century mansion, member of the Treasure Houses group of ten of the most magnificent palaces, houses, and castles in England, and is considered a special place in North Norfolk. The mansion has rooms displaying magnificent collections of antique statues, original furniture and paintings by well-known artists such as Rubens, Gainsborough, Van Dyck, Claude and Gaspar Poussin. On your visit you should not miss exploring the extravagant halls and varied gardens with flowers, tropical-style plants and herbs. There is also an extensive deer park surrounding the mansion.

4. Cycle through Norfolk's coastal paths and country roads!

With coastal, countryside and woodland routes, exploring the North Norfolk area by bike is an adventure not to be missed. Cycle through quiet lanes in beautiful countryside, marvel at the coastal scenery as the sea breeze refreshes you and try the trails through woodland. The routes in North Norfolk are varied, so you'll find trails suitable for all ages, abilities, and skills. And if you prefer something a little more effortless, North Norfolk also offers electric bikes for hire to make the trails a breeze.

5. Immerse yourself into Wroxham Miniature Worlds

Wroxham Miniature Worlds is the UK's largest indoor model railway attraction and boasts some of the largest model railways in the world. You can enjoy over 3,000 square metres of areas including model racing cars, an entire town made from over 130,000 LegoTM bricks and some drivable railway cars. See the detailed buildings, the small Japanese village, moving cars, people and watch the railway go through the city and over the mountains.

6. Take a boat trip to see the chubby seals

Sail close to the curious seals and have fun watching them sunbathe on the beach! In Norfolk, you can go on exciting excursions and have the chance to get up close to the adorable seals and their pups. Between June and August, harbour seals give birth to their pups, and between November and January you'll see the beautiful grey pups with white fur and big black eyes that will melt your heart. You'll find tours departing from Blakeney Harbour, Morston Pier, Blakeney Point and from Hunstanton.

7. Spend an enjoyable day at Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden

Made up of 130 acres of ancient woodland, visit Fairhaven Woodland and Water Garden in spring to see the best collection of primroses in the UK! Spring brings with it many beautiful flowers such as bluebells, camellias, azaleas and wood anemones. Explore over 3.5 miles (5.63 km) of nature trails and enjoy a delicious lunch in the tearoom or cake. The site is one of North Norfolk's favourite walking spots.

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