This is just one of the Holiday Log Cabin you might stay during a vacation in West Yorkshire, England. The stunning and unusual log cabins are situated alongside the River Wharfe. The log cabins were made in Britain from sustainable woodland, all uniquely styled and furnished to ensure you have a fabulous holiday in luxurious surroundings. Each log cabin is dog friendly, has a private hot tub for the humans and a sauna. 2 of the log cabins are one level, while 3 are 2 stories. All 5 properties together can sleep up to 20 people.
This log cabin is located in Addingham, West Yorkshire. Addingham is in West Yorkshire in the North of England three miles south of the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Addingham is in the valley of the River Wharfe with Rombald’s Moor rising to the south and Beamsley Beacon in the north providing excellent walking country. The small village is a civil parish that lies serenely in the county of West Yorkshire and it is as picturesque and charming an example of English country living and landscape as any visitor can hope to find. With the river Wharfe gently lapping at its edges and the Yorkshire Dales National Park a mere stone’s throw away, it is a location that begs visitors to explore and appreciate this tiny area of Britain that, nonetheless, stores a wealth of natural and historical treasures.
West Yorkshire is a lovely place to appreciate the panoramic views, and enjoy walking. The region is famous for the Yorkshire anthem On Ilkley Moor baht at the moor which is also a Site of Special Scientific Interest due to its upland habitat for ground-nesting birds. Ilkley Quarry is the site of the famous Cow and Calf, a large rock formation that consists of an outcrop and a boulder, which is also known as the Hangingstone Rocks. The rocks are made of millstone grit, which is a variety of Sandstone, and are named because one is large, with a smaller stone sitting close to it, like a cow and calf.
During your vacation stay you might try the Ilkley Moor Circular walk which is a good family trail but be mindful as it is quite steep and makes up for its lack of distance and can take longer than you might imagine. You will want to take it easy and slow if you are unfit or unused to hiking. There are multiple ways to do this walk and if you are not careful you can end up scrambling up the rocks and on overgrown alternate paths if you take the wrong course from The Wells cafe with the easier walk being to head up the path behind the back of the cafe not to the side of the cafe. Kids will enjoy this walking tour as there are lots of things that they can interact with and it isn’t so long that they may lose interest. This is a lovely walk any time of the year, depending on when you go you might experience snow or thick mist, making for a lovely winter wonderland. It is said to be one of the best walks in the region.