The Blyth Premier at Heathside Lodges is located in Wenhaston, Halesworth, Suffolk. The lodges are new in 2017. The log lodges are luxurious and ideal for couples. Inside each cabin, the building is a master king-sized double bed with a television/Dvd and an ensuite bath with an overhead shower. The lodges have a spacious open plan living/kitchen and dining area with French doors that lead out to decking with outdoor furniture and an outdoor hot tub with unrestricted views of the countryside. Each cabin building can accommodate up to 2 people.
You can choose from a great selection of stylish and luxurious one, two and three-bedroom Scandinavian style solid log lodges all with an outdoor hot tub. Some of the features include a television with Freeview/DVD/CD, wifi, iPod docking station, a kitchen with a microwave, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, bath with an overhead shower (in the family bathroom and ensuite), quality bed linens, duvets and towels, luxurious bathrobes and slippers in each master bedroom, large decking with garden furniture and communal barbecue area. The cabin-style lodges are double glazed and centrally heated, with cots and highchairs available at an additional fee. Pets are not allowed.
Halesworth is a small market town, electoral ward and civil parish in the northeastern corner of Suffolk, England. Halesworth is located 15 miles southwest of Lowestoft and sits on a small tributary of the River Blyth, just 9 miles upstream from Southwold. The tiny town is served by the Halesworth railway station on the Ipswich–Lowestoft East Suffolk Line. Halesworth, Suffolk is twinned with both Bouchain in France and Eitorf in Germany.
This cozy log cabin might have you dreaming about a wood cabin of your own. When you choose a log cabin building you have decided to live or stay in a place that is surrounded by wood. Log cabins use building materials that are renewable and sustainable, and you can feel good about this type of home. There are several species of wood that are commonly used to build cabin buildings in North America. Almost all of these types of timber are softwoods to include evergreen logs such as pine, fir, cedar, spruce, cypress, and hemlock. Although each cabin builder favours a certain species of wood, the use of so many different varieties of wood goes to show that not one type of tree makes a better cabin building than another. Instead, the choice of wood that you use will depend on the type of wood your builder prefers. Despite the many wood choices and differences, the various timbers all share some common characteristics.
One of the benefits of using logs is in the thermal properties that they possess. Logs used in cabin building have several thermal properties that help its energy efficiency. Logs react to heat retention and release in a similar way to stone. Think about a large rock that is sitting outside in the summer sun all day. Depending on the size of the stone, the rock will continue to emit the heat that is absorbed for hours. Logs work similarly. This is known as thermal mass.
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