The Porthole log cabin building is located in Somerset, England, United Kingdom, and can accommodate up to 2 guests in this studio-style vacation home with 1 bed, and 1 bathroom. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire log cabin to yourself. You can relax in this unique log cabin building, with off-road parking and all the facilities to make your vacation stay a delight. You'll be amongst the trees, with the log cabin being in earshot of the seashore with scenic views of the ever-changing tides and hills beyond. The Porthole log cabin building has a king-sized bed with an en-suite bathroom, complete with a roll-top bath and a separate walk-in shower. Outside the log cabin, you'll find a large elevated decking area with three separate seating areas to enjoy the ambiance of the peaceful setting.
The Porthole log cabin has an open plan kitchen and living area that are fully equipped with a dishwasher, fridge/freezer, hob/oven, and a coffeemaker as well as a fitted table and ample worktop space. In the lounge, there are fully opening bi-fold doors that allow you to take in the view or cozy up with a log effect fire and satellite television. Access to the upstairs is with a spiral staircase, the space is snug, and provides guests with a place they can relax and unwind while looking out the Velux window to the treetops, perfect for a writing or reading retreat. During your vacation stay, you'll enjoy the sound of waves from the beach down below. The very beginning of the South West Coastal path is down by that beach and the path passes through the trees below the log cabin.
Somerset is a county in the Southwest of England, bordering Bristol and Gloucestershire to the north, Dorset to the southeast, Wilshire to the east, and Devon to the southwest. The area is bounded to the north and the west by the Bristol Channe and by the Severn Estuary, with a coastline that faces southeastern Wales. Somerset has a traditional border with Gloucestershire with the River Avon. Somerset is a rural region of rolling hills to include the Blackdown Hills, Mendip Hills, Quantock Hills, and the Exmoor National Park which is a large flat expanse of land that includes the Somerset Levels. Some of the places you might visit during your vacation in Somerset include the city of Cheddar Gorge, Caves, Wells, Wookey Hole, Safari Park and Longleat House, Glastonbury Abbey, Glastonbury Tor, and the town of Bath.
There is evidence of human occupation from the Paleolithic times, and of settlements by the Anglo Saxons, Romans, and Celts. The county of Somerset played a significant part in Alfred the Great's rise to power and later to the Monmouth Rebellion and the English Civil War. During your vacation stay you can go for walks, go sailing, windsurfing, or canoeing which are all available or explore all that Somerset has to offer with its picturesque towns and charming villages by bike, foot, or horse.
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