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Log cabins in Scotland for short breaks - some helpful information
The Scottish Highlands provide the ideal setting for log cabin holidays. Read on for some advice on log cabins in Scotland for short breaks
The Scottish Highlands
The Scottish Highlands are located in the north-west of Scotland. The area is sparsely populated and dominated by mountains making for some stunning scenery. The area is particularly popular among hill walkers, climbers and hikers. Other activities in the area include golf, fishing and mountain biking. The region is also home to a variety of wildlife including deer, ospreys and falcons.
Log cabins in Scotland for short breaks
Riverside Cabins are located in the Scottish Highlands just 30 minutes from Stirling Castle. Local attractions include the oldest living thing in Europe - the Fortingall yew tree. Prices range from £395 for a three or four day short break to £595 for a week long break. Highland Log Cabins offer a choice of luxury mountain lodges set within 17 acres of meadows and birch woods. The cabins are located near to the Muir of Ord. Kinnaird log cabins are located just outside Pitolchry in highland Perthshire and provide a number of self-catering accommodation options. Log cabins contain wood burners, spa baths and hot tubs. Prices start from £395 for a short break.
When to go
Log cabins in Scotland are a popular holiday throughout the entire year. They are the perfect place to get away from it all and relax during the summer. Most cabins are fully equipped with wood burning stoves and central heating meaning that they are warm and comfortable even during the winter. The cabins provide a cosy atmosphere when there is snow outside.