Our Traditional Scandinavian Log Cabins are hidden amongst a grove of conifer trees and offer the perfect retreat for a relaxing getaway
Arthur Sims and Isaac Newton, Self-Catering Log Cabins
Both our, Arthur Sims and Isaac Newton, self-catering Log Cabins offer full gas radiator central heating. They each sleep up to six people. They are made up of a double bedroom, twin bedroom, and children’s bunk bedroom, a bathroom, kitchen , large lounge-diner, veranda and enclosed outside area.
The lounges in each log cabin contain; central heating, two sofas, a table and six chairs, a colour TV with Freeview and DVD player, board games and a selection of books. The kitchens include a gas cooker, microwave, and fridge-freezer. Also, the cabins include tea and coffee making facilities, as well as ample cooking utensils and tableware. Washing machines and tumble dryers are located in the main campsites laundry room.
Outside, each log cabin boasts a veranda with a table, six chairs and a rocking chair. Also, an outdoor BBQ is available at the cabins, in an enclosed area, perfect for enjoying our tranquil location with your loved ones and four legged friends.
Minimum stay of 2 nights. Arrivals dates MONDAY & FRIDAY.
Sleeps 6 guests. 1 double bed, 2 twin beds & bunk beds. Therefore ideal for 4 adults and 2 children.
Discount available if you do not need all beds made up. Just select the amount of linen and beds made up when you book.
2 well behaved dogs welcome, £15 extra per stay each.
We ask for a deposit of 25% at the time of booking and full payment 7 days before your arrival day – we will also send over some arrival, site & area information around 7 days before arrival.
Think of staying in our log cabins as staying in a cabin in the woods but with some home comforts to make sure you have a relaxing, comfortable stay.
Here’s list of things we’d suggest to bring and what to leave at home to save space in the car (not an exhaustive list).
-Bedding, towels, some toiletries.
-Washing up liquid, sponge and tea towels.
-Some tea bags, sugar and coffee sachets.
What to bring:
-Everything you would usually pack when staying in self catering accommodation i.e. clothes, toiletries, towels, food (no seasonings or oil provided), etc.
-A good torch. The site and especially the cabins are pretty well lit but if you plan on going on walks we suggest you bring one as the footpaths get dark at night.
-Fire lighters and charcoal.