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Could you spend your summer in this log cabin?

As the snow falls outside I can't help but dream of cosy cabins. And then I found this one, deep in the heart of the Drents-Friese Wold National Park in Appelscha, The Netherlands (thank you Style Files!). Accessed by a long track, this lovely family owned log cabin is one of those magical places where you could be happy in any season, rain or shine, indoors or out. Imagine reading a book or playing games with family and friends by the wood burning stove? Or exploring the forests on cross-country skis (winter) or by bicycle (summer). There's even a lake for swimming within 500 metres. And the best news? It's available to rent. I know!!








Credits: Boshuisnijhildenberg. Post inspired by the Style Files

Could you holiday here?

I love the family's Pinterest boards which are built up of snapshots of everyday life at the cottage (which sleeps 8)...so lovely!

See you at the hand-over?!

I'm thinking why not go all out Dutch today with more inspiration from this lovely cabin and a lorry load of beautiful homes from The Netherlands here, I particularly love this fabulous rental home near Amsterdam.

Have a lovely day!

PS This post is not sponsored by The Netherlands tourist board - although I'd forgive you for thinking it! I'm simply feeling a whole load of love for this wonderful nearby country today! 



LATEST COMMENTS:

  1. Thank you so much for sharing this gorgeous cabin. I'm in love and have added it to my 'family adventures' list. xo

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  2. Of course I could. :) Such a lovely place.

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  3. That is so gorgeous - I would love a holiday there!

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  4. LOVE this one, wish I could live there!!

    leanne

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  5. Yes! I can spend the summer and all the year in so a cozy cabin! Thank you!

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  6. This one is beautiful!
    Do you have any idea of a source for that pinecone pillow?

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