When looking for pine lodge holidays in Scotland it's important to check the facilities offered as well as the cost.
The Dunsyre lodge (http://www.scotland.org.uk/cottages?detail-1105532) in Lanarkshire sleeps up to six people. Located in the middle of an acre of garden, complete with a large deck and veranda, this cabin lends itself to outdoors dining. It consists of three bedrooms - two double and one twin, a large bathroom with a jacuzzi style bath and rain shower, fully equipped kitchen and all modern amenities (fridge, freezer, TV, DVD player, washing machine, tumble dryer.) A week in January comes to £453, whilst the same in August comes to £599.
The Foss luxury lodges (http://www.scotland.org.uk/cottages?detail-1108576) located in the Perth area area all decorated to a high standard, boasting large rooms and a certain sophistication. Right next door sits a deer and wildlife park offering all kinds of activities, like walking, trekking, botany and wildlife spotting. Each cabin has three en-suite bedrooms, one king and two twin, all modern appliances, heated flooring and TV with Sky. A seven night stay in October will cost £653.
Windyhill Cottage (http://www.selfcatering-scotland.net/Windyhill/) is a superior lodge located in Wester Ross. The building sits on top of a hillside, complete with sea views. The surrounding areas consist of both grassy countryside and sand beaches. There is one kind room with adjoining en-suite bathroom, one double room and one twin. Comfortable sleeping up to six people. The style is open plan, with a living room, dining room and kitchen. All equipped with the latest appliances and entertainment systems. A week in October will cost £799, while a week in February will cost £399.