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Luxury log cabin holidays in Scotland
In the heat of summer luxury log cabin holidays in Scotland offer picturesque locations to enjoy the Scottish countryside by bike or on foot. In winter log cabins are cosy and romantic places to escape to for a week-long holiday.
Luxury log cabins in the Loch Ness area
Wildside Lodges is a small holiday park located in a peaceful wooded area on the banks of the River Fechlin, on the south side of Loch Ness in Scotland. The four private log cabins sleep up to six people and all have mountain views. The downstairs kitchen and living area is open plan and has a wood burning stove for those cold Scottish nights. There is also a large terrace to make the most of the stunning views.
To check availability and to book go to www.wildsidelodges.com. A week in Grouse Lodge in September costs £700. Short breaks are available but you will need to phone for more details.
Although the lodges are in a peaceful rural area, there is a pub within walking distance, and a village shop three miles away. The nearest town, Fort Augustus, has plenty of shops, bars and restaurants.
Perthshire area log cabins
Highland Heather Lodges specialise in luxury log cabin holidays in Scotland, complete with hot tubs and BBQs on the veranda. Situated in the Strathearn valley, these self-catering cabins are ideally located for visiting Loch Lomond National Park.
You can book either one or two bedroom log cabins at www.highlandheatherlodges.co.uk. All the cabins have open plan living areas, luxury fittings and mountain views. In September a week in a one bedroom cabin will cost £585. A three-night stay over the weekend is £410. A two bedroom log cabin for a week costs £726.
Luxury Scottish log cabins
www.logcabinsscotland.net has details of luxury log cabins available throughout the whole of Scotland. They have details on a wide range of cabins in woodland and loch locations, with hot tubs and jacuzzis. The log cabins featured are suitable for both family summer holidays and romantic breaks.
For example, Whistlefield self-catering log cabin at Loch Eck, Argyll is a two bedroom luxury cabin. It features a decked patio area with far-reaching views over the loch and is surrounded by woodland. It sleeps up to five people and costs £450 per week in September.