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    Dogs welcome Pine Lodge holidays in Dorset

    2 properties
    Tamarack Lodge, Somerset, EnglandViewed 17 times in last week.
    Sleeps 8 - 12
    3 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £650 - £1395
    Tamarack Lodge
    Otterford, Somerset
    Dog friendly Farmstay (4 dogs welcome)

    More about this property: Rustic traditional style wooden holiday lodge with lovely views over the Yarty Valley and under floor heating for a comfortable stay, this unique high quality log cabin is located on a farm within the Blackdown Hills AONB on the Somerset/Devon border, just 8 miles from Taunton and 20 miles from Lyme Regis.

    Currently next available: from 25 January 2022 to 04 March 2022; more available dates

    Lake Farm, Hampshire, EnglandViewed 25 times in last week.
    Sleeps 2 - 6
    3 Bedroom
    Weekly price
    £230 - £1100
    Lake Farm
    Fordingbridge, Hampshire
    Dog friendly Log Cabin (1 dogs welcome)
    Facilities: Hot tub, Free internet access
    01425 654106

    More about this property: With a fishing lake on site, whether you enjoy fishing or just want to relax and unwind in rural Hampshire, there are 8 lodges to choose from at Lake Farm close to the New Forest National Park. Two of the lodges now feature outdoor hot tubs.

    Enjoy a pet-friendly pine lodge or log cabin break in Dorset, in the southwest of England.

    Designed for holiday living, wooden lodges are both attractive and comfortable. Many have underfloor heating or a wood burner that keeps the lodges cosy at all times of year.

    Most people like the feeling of being surrounded by wood, it’s naturally insulating and a holiday home made of wood can be fitted with all necessary items to allow for plenty of storage space, a fitted kitchen and fitted wardrobes in bedrooms. The addition of colourful rugs enhances the homely appearance. Add a wood burner and a pine lodge or log cabin feels snug and comforting.

    A veranda surround

    There are usually chairs, a table and sometimes a hot tub on the decking or veranda of a pine lodge.  It can be a good place to sit and relax outdoors. There may be a garden or just communal landscaped gardens if the lodge is part of a holiday park.

    Good accommodation for pet-friendly breaks

    Dog owners tend to like pine lodges because they are easy to keep clean, just sweep out any mud or debris that your pet might bring in.  The Dorset countryside is simply wonderful for pet-friendly self-catering holidays, there are walks galore through some of the best landscapes in southern England.