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185 Log Cabins in Scotland

Stunning scenery, from mountain to glen, remote isles to lively cities, Scotland makes for a great holiday experience. Whether it's 'bagging' a munroe or swimming in a loch, spotting red deer or bird watching, exploring the forests or whisky tasting there is so much to offer.

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Peaceful & Tranquil Hideaway 4

Aviemore, Highland, Scotland

Peaceful & Tranquil Hideaway From £790 Availability

The lodge is situated in an enviable position overlooking the Cairngorm Mountains and River Spey. It is only a 5 minute walk to the shops/bars/cafes and restaurants as well as all the great outdoors within the Cairngorms National Park. The Kitchen area is open plan to the lounge and fully equipped for your cooking requirements with microwave, coffee machine, double toaster, kettle, pots and pans, glassware, crockery, cutlery and a full complement of utensils. There is also a full sized integrated fridge/freezer, gas hob with four burners, oven and grill. There is a separate comfortable dining area with seating for 4 people. The lounge area has a 6 seater corner sofa looking towards a real flame effect electric fan fire with mantle surround. The spacious lounge is equipped with a 32” flat screen HD TV, a DVD player and Sky HD box for your enjoyment. You will find a selection of DVD’s for both the kids & adults to enjoy for cosy days/nights in. The lodge also boasts built in Bluetooth connectivity with speakers built into the ceiling and USB charging points are built into the sockets within the lounge and both bedrooms. Free, unlimited wireless broadband Wi-Fi throughout the lodge for your exclusive use (so no drop in connection). The en-suite master bedroom has a comfortable king size bed, double wardrobe, shelving, seat, wall mirror with chest of drawers below, hairdryer and heat mat for straightening irons. This bedroom has the luxury of having a mains pressure shower along with a bath tub, heated towel rail and wall cabinet with mirror. The second bedroom has two single beds which can be pushed together to make a double room. It benefits from a wardrobe space for storage and vanity mirror. There is a selection of family games located in the wardrobe for use of the guests. The family bathroom also has a mains pressure shower along with ample shelving for towels and incidentals. A heated towel rail, shaving point and a wall cabinet with a mirror is also there for your convenience. The Lodge is fully insulated, double glazed and has gas central heating throughout. All gas & electricity is included in the rental price. The Lodge benefits from two separate terrace areas, one at the front and the other on the side of the property. From the lounge the patio door leads out to the private decking area at the front and the main entrance has a larger patio area for dining al fresco with comfortable seating. From both terraces you can sit and admire the tranquil River Spey and the spectacular views of the Cairngorm Mountains while you enjoy a glass of wine or enjoy the peacefulness of the location. We also provide towels and linen during your stay at no extra cost as well as essential toiletries. Cragganmore Lodge is located within the picturesque Aviemore Holiday Park which is very close to the village centre (approx 10mins walk). The Park provides a bar with entertainment on some of the nights as well as lunch and dinner menus, a nail and beauty salon, a children’s play area and inclusive free fishing rights on the river Spey which contains mainly salmon and trout. There is also a laundrette on site (fee payable). Aviemore village boasts a vast array of shops from Tesco and M&S supermarkets, to local butcher, bakers, retro sweet shop and outdoor shops. There is also a good selection of restaurants if you don’t wish to cook at the Lodge and plenty of vibrant bars for your evening entertainment, all within walking distance from the Lodge. The railway station is a 10 minute walk from the lodge. Inverness is 30 miles north of Aviemore by car. For the more adventurous, Aviemore is a hub of different levels of activities. Landmark outdoor adventure park which is roughly 6 miles from the lodge for kids of all ages (Tesco vouchers are accepted here), golfing, hiking, cycling, skiing, climbing, kayaking, tree adventure climbing within the Rothiemurchus estate in Cairngorm National Park and the surrounding areas. Rothiemurchus is adjacent from the Lodge itself.

Pebbles Cottage 4

Strathpeffer, Highland, Scotland

Pebbles Cottage From £395 Availability

Pebbles cottage is a delightful, detached cottage settled in a superb location on the shores of Loch Achilty, three miles from Strathpeffer in the Scottish Highlands. Set over the ground floor with one double bedroom and one twin, this cottage can comfortably sleep four people. There's also a bathroom and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area with French doors opening onto a front patio garden with furniture. There is also ample off road parking outside this cottage. Fly fishing can be enjoyed on the doorstep, and walking routes and cycle paths can be found within easy reach, whilst for a wonderful day trip, Inverness, Loch Ness or even the Isle of Skye can be easily found from this charming cottage. At the end of a long day, Pebbles Cottage provides a great base to return to.

Pine Lodge 4

Culbokie, Highland, Scotland

Pine Lodge From £284 Availability

Pine Lodge is a lovely detached lodge situated close to the village of Culbokie just six miles from Dingwall on the Black Isle in Scotland. The lodge can sleep four people in two bedrooms which are a double bedroom and a twin room together with a family bathroom. Also in the cottage is a kitchen with dining area and a sitting room with sofa bed. Outside is off road parking for one car and a private garden with furniture. Pine Lodge is a delightful lodge and an ideal base for exploring this lovely part of the country.

Pine Tree Lodge 5

Dollar, Perthshire, Scotland

Pine Tree Lodge From £314 Availability

Pine Tree Lodge is a wooden log cabin located near Dollar in Scotland. It has three bedrooms comprising of a king size with an en-suite, a double and a single room, there is also a family bathroom, it can sleep five people. Also inside you can find an open plan living area with a kitchen, a dininga area and a sitting are with a woodburning stove. To the outside there is off road parking, a decking with furniture and a lawn. Pine Tree Lodge is a well-presented property in a great location for exploring this area of Scotland.

Ping Lodge 6

Dollar, Perthshire, Scotland

Ping Lodge From £372 Availability

Ping Lodge is a detached lodge near Gleneagles and can accommodate six people. There are two double bedrooms, one with en-suite and one twin bedroom. The lodge also has a family bathroom. There is an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and a sitting area. Outside is off road parking for three cars, and a patio with furniture. Ping Lodge is a great base for enjoying the attractions of central Scotland, including Gleneagles, Perth, Stirling, St Andrews and even trips to Glasgow and Edinburgh.

Polfearn Chalet 2

Taynuilt, Argyll, Scotland

Polfearn Chalet From £290 Availability

Polfearn Chalet is a delightful, detached chalet cottage situated in stunning scenery just one mile from the village of Taynuilt in Argyllshire. The cottage is perfect for couples with one king-size double bedroom, a bathroom boasting a corner hydrotherapy bath and a walk-in shower. There is a well-equipped kitchen with a dining area, a sitting room boasting a woodburning stove, and outside, a decked area. There is also a barbecue for sunny afternoons and off road parking for two cars. Polfearn Chalet is the perfect base for a holiday exploring this marvellous region of Scotland.

Reelig Estate 4

Kirkhill, Highland, Scotland

Reelig Estate From £644 Availability

Self catering - Well appointed, comfortable two bedroom chalet. Set in own garden surrounded by open woodlands on Reelig estate. Has a double bedroom with king size bed and a twin room with full size singles. All linen and towels provided. Electricity included. A great place to escape to for peace and quiet and relaxation. Local walks in Reelig Glen where the tallest trees in Britain stand proud, and plenty of wildlife - red squirrels, deer, pine martins and a haven for bird life. Often the wildlife can be seen in the garden if you don't feel like searching for it! If you can drag yourself away from Reelig then its central location is perfect for exploring the north and west while being convenient for Inverness and its transport links. A day trip can have you in the mountains, by the sea or sipping tea and eating cake in a castles grounds! Dogs are welcome at owners discretion (max 2).

Roisin Dhu 6

Lochcarron, Highland, Scotland

Roisin Dhu From £250 Availability

Roisin Dhu is a detached log cabin near the village of Lochcarron in Scotland with far reaching loch and mountain views. The cabin sleeps six people in three bedrooms (all with electric heater) which are made up of two double rooms and a twin room. There is also a bathroom (with electric heater), a kitchen and a sitting room with a dining area. Outside there is roadside parking and a lawned garden surrounds the property with a patio area and furniture. Rosin Dhu is in a fantastic location for touring Skye and the Highlands and is only a five minute walk to the coast.

Rowan Lodge 4

Dervaig, Isle of Mull, Scotland

Rowan Lodge From £315 Availability

Rowan has one large bedroom with black out blinds, curtains and a king size bed and is roomy enough to add a travel cot or fold out bed for a child.

The lodge is suitable for couples and is also flexible enough to accommodate additional people using fold out guest beds or the small double sofa bed in the first floor living area. 

The modern kitchen has a full size oven and electric hob, fridge freezer, microwave and washing machine. The bathroom has a bath with powered shower over, heated towel rail and shaver point.

There are plenty of books and a toy cupboard housing games and jigsaw puzzles to keep children entertained, if you can tear them away from the 42″ TV with Freesat and DVD player. There is also a sony stereo to play CD’s or connect your phone or tablet via a 3.5mm jack lead.

Sc2077 6

Boat Of Garten, Highland, Scotland

Sc2077 From £451 Availability

We are open all year round for you to enjoy the Picturesque Highlands with lots to do nearby, come rain or shine (or even snow) The Chalet is Brand New 2014 large and very spacious , fully furnished with 2 bedrooms (sleeps 2-6)with an abundance of storage space.It also has a very nice outside area to relax. ALL GAS AND ELECTRICITY ARE INCLUDED IN RENTAL CHARGE. ALSO INCLUDED IS ALL YOUR BEDDING AND TOWELS. You will find the Chalet is fully equipped for all your day to day needs.If you should have young young ones a Travel Cot High Chair Baby Bath and Potty can be supplied. Plus Bed Rail(See Picture ). WI-FI IF YOU ARE UNABLE TO CONNECT TO THE PARK WI-FI AND WANT INTERNET PLEASE ASK HELEN AND SHE WILL LOAN YOU HERS. It is nestled close to the magnificent River Spey.Boat of Garten(or affectionately known as The Osprey Village ) is an area of outstanding beauty centrally located in the Highlands of Scotland and is a perfect place from which to explore the delights of the Highlands or simply relax and enjoy the serenity and tranquillity of the surroundings. Boat of Garten is set amongst the heather clad hills and native woodland of the Cairngorm National Park. The chalet is perfect for a Highland Break or as a base for fishing,golfing,skiing,walking,cycling or just wildlife watching. Boat of Garten has abundant wildlife,magnificent scenery,many sporting and leisure activities and a traditional and friendly Highland welcome awaits you. Play the local James Braid designed 18 hole golf course.This is a beautiful heathland golf course set alongside the River Spey. he called this "his prettiest" with fairways lined with birch and Rowan trees. This course is also known as " the Gleneagles of the North ". Unique bird watching opportunities are abound including the local Osprey Centre. there are tranquil woods and dramatic hillsides to walk,climb or ski. Cycle on excellent tracks and quiet roads. The very nearby Cairngorm Mountain is Britain's 6th highest mountain and an ancient glacial landscape.No matter what the weather, the mountain will inspire you. The Funicular Cairngorm mountain Railway is a safe and comfortable way for visitors of all ages and ability to enjoy a journey of 1097 metres above sea level to experience the impact of altitude. You can chose to walk up to the summit and then take the train down. Whichever way you choose to explore this mountain landscape it will reward you with its spectacular views,weather, flora and fauna. The Cairngorm Reindeer Centre is very close by . here you can visit Britains only herd of free ranging reindeer. Living in the Cairngorm Mountains, these friendly animals are delightful to all to see. Visits to the reindeer in the mountains leave throughout the year. Follow the herder as you make your way up to the mountain enclosure,walk amongst the reindeer,stroking and feeding them. Situated in the centre of the Cairngorm National Park, you will also enjoy the beautiful views of the Cairngorm Mountains and walk through forest and over moorland. Watersports may be a thing that you enjoy. If so the Cairngorm National Park has some of the cleanest rivers and lochs in Europe, and what a better way to enjoy them by messing around in them !!!! Fishing,sailing,windsurfing,paddle-sports,rafting swimming or the excitement of gorge walking are all within easy reach of the Boat of Garten Holiday Park. It boosts two dedicated watersport centres , Loch Insh and Loch Morlich. Each has its own individual character and features,but both are unsurpassed by the stunning beauty of their natural surroundings. Viewing wildlife from the water is a great experience. Tthe majestic rivers of Spey and the Dee flow through the National Park on their way to the sea and are two of the finest salmon and sea trout rivers in Scotland,if not the world. And also remember,its the water from these very special rivers and tributaries that goes into making some of the finest whisky in the world. Cycling in the Cairngorm National Park is quiet and peaceful. the roads are not busy and the National Cycle Network crosses almost the entire area and includes 64km of off road routes. Cycling and mountain biking in the Cairngorm national Park gives you every opportunity to enjoy your own experiences. Its not all easy pedalling as it has some of the best mountain bike trails in Scotland. Outside Activities in the Cairngorm National Park are in abundance including Aviemore,Angus Glens,Royal Deeside, Glenlivet,Atholl and Glenshee areas are famous for its challenging landscapes and even more challenging outdoor activities. But most people who visited are so enchanted by the surroundings that walking is a must at once during their stay. There are over 280km of footpaths across the area that pass through every type of walking route imaginable from moor and woodland,riverside to loch edge and even beautiful farmland. For those who wish to have a wee dram do not forget the Glenlivet Distillery Centre. Winner of Best Visitor Attraction at 2013. When staying in the Cairngorm National Park, a visit to Glenvilet is a must . The Glenlivet admission and tour is free and yes does include a dram from a range of the Glenlivets. Landmark Forest Adventure Park will give you an amazing day of Fun, Discovery Exploration and Adventure.Winner of Scotlands Perfect Family Day Out Award it hosts a full range of attractions for all ages. Set in the beautiful surroundings of an ancient Scots Pinewoodland. When hunger threatens ,enjoy a fabulous meal and fresh coffee or a locally sourced burger,home-made food or snacks. Great food and fantastic value so leave the picnic for another day and treat yourself. Castles and Historic within the Cairngorm National Park have had an important role to play in much of Scotlands History-from Royal Fueds to Bloody Battles . There are many sites which tell the stories dotted all around the Cairngorm National Park--at some you may to use your imagination a little more than others,but they all delve into the history of this area. Regards to eating within the Cairngorm National Park, you have an abundance of award winning restaurants catering for every taste. If it is fine dining,a quick snack or a lazy Sunday Lunch you will not be disappointed by the choice of restaurants. There are great places for your family to eat and relax. If you are looking for an afternoon tea,or cake and coffee after a day out on the hills check out the places to eat in and around the Cairngorm National Park. In Boat of Garten itself there are two award winning places. One of the immediately opposite the park entrance and another approx 5min walk away which is Boat Hotel Osprey Bistro and Bar. On the shores of Loch Insh there is the Boathouse Restaurant voted as one of the top 100 top views from any restaurant in Europe. It has a 100 seater log cabin and glass fronted balcony containing extra seating and enjoys amazing sunsets most evenings. As you will see from reading this Boat of Garten is the ideal base for touring the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. The City of Inverness is is only 35 mins away. Aviemore is just 4 miles away. The surrounding area area is perfect for picnics . You can see the Ospreys and Deer, visit the Highland Wildlife Park, Landmark Activities Centre, or just have fun on the beaches of Loch Insh and Morlich. Skiing and snowspor4ts are available nearby and last but not least the splendour of The Cairngorm Mountains.