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439 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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Torlundy, Highland, Scotland

From £1071 Availability

Burnside Lodge is a beautiful chalet on the banks of the river Lundy, 3 miles from Fort William and 3 miles from the ski resort of Nevis Range. Set in garden grounds in the small hamlet of ‘Happy Valley’, a rural location on the outskirts of town. The chalet is on one level, easy entry from the car park onto a decked area with barbecue, outdoor seating and covered eating area overlooking the river. On entering the chalet into an open plan living, dining kitchen area the triple aspect room has a log burner for those chillier nights and sky tv. The kitchen is well equipped with all the appliances you will need for your break, oven, hob, microwave, dish washer, washer/dryer, fridge, freezer,etc. One bedroom, with views to Ben Nevis and surrounding area, has a king size bed and is ensuite with a power shower. The second bedroom, countryside views, has two single beds which on request can be zipped and linked to a super king. The bathroom is outside the bedroom door and has a bath with shower. Both rooms have wardrobes and plenty of drawer space. Hairdryers, Tv/dvd, books, games and dvd’s. There is free WiFi in the property. A garden shed is provided for bikes etc. From the deck you may on rare occasions see a selection of wildlife, deer, otters, mink and always varied amounts of birds from woodpeckers to sparrows. ‘Resident’ mallard ducks are on the river bank daily. From the chalet you can go hiking through the forest trails or the ‘Ben’ if your feeling energetic. There is a cycle path into town from the top of our road and also up to Nevis Mountain Range where there are numerous bike tracks and a high wire adventure park. Nevis Range has two restaurants one at base station and one accessed by a mountain gondola which give for great views on a clear day. There is a bus stop at the top of the road if you want to catch a bus to town or further afield like Inverness. The 18 hole golf course is a mile away and has a club house for a wee dram if you feel like dropping in! The prestigious Inverlochy Castle Hotel is a short walk away for that special meal if you’d like. Fort William is the ‘outdoor capital’ of the uk and as such is a great base for numerous activities and likewise for day trips to ie; Mallaig on the Jacobite steam train, or the rugged glens of Glencoe, or the Isle of Skye. Visit the stunning silver sands of Morar and its beautiful coastline. Trips to numerous to mention. And then retiring to Lodge after a wonderful day to relax and put your feet up.

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Dunoon, Argyll, Scotland

From £665 Availability

Completely renovated in August 2018, and situated in the hills above the Holy Loch, our privately owned lodge is on the edge of the holiday park, a twenty minute ferry ride from Gourock. On arrival you will find yourself in an idyllic setting, surrounded by stunning views. It is a traditional build wooden lodge, accessible via two small steps onto the deck straight from the two car parking area. The covered deck to the front has a seating area and a fabulous view out over the Loch. The lodge is one of a small group located in a beautiful woodland setting . It is tranquil with stunning views and it is not unusual to find yourself face to face with one or more of the local deer or the odd squirrel. There are many walks around the surrounding area, with the Argyll Forest Park, Pucks Glen and Benmore Gardens within minutes, and of course the amenities of Dunoon are a short drive or bus ride away with restaurants, cafes, shopping etc The welcoming interior consists of a centrally heated spacious open plan lounge, dining area and kitchen. All rooms are furnished to a very high standard. The kitchen has brand new modern units, a full size fridge freezer, modern oven and hob, kettle, microwave and coffee machine. As this is our holiday home too, we have added quality and touches you might not normally find in a rental. Bedroom 1 has a comfortable king size bed, wardrobe and chest of drawers. Bedroom 2 has a comfortable double bed, wardrobe, dresser etc All of our towels, bed linen are luxury hotel quality. The modern well appointed bathroom has a walk-in shower, with wc and vanity with shampoo, conditioner and body wash. Free WiFi. The lodge has multiple inbuilt USB charging points, smoke detectors, fire extinguisher and first aid kit. Well behaved dogs welcome

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Southerness, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

From £490 Availability

This is our BRAND NEW 3 bedroom static caravan, that sleeps up to 8 people. Located in a fantastic position with amazing views of the beach and the Solway Firth. on a clear day you can see right across to England and the Lake District. The caravan has double glazing and central heating. Digital TV, DVD's, and a Nintendo Wii to keep the kids happy when it is raining. Direct access to the beach. a small deck area for sitting out in the sunny weather. There are 2 bathrooms, so no need to queue in the morning! the van is located on the Parkdean site. there is a great swimming pool in the main complex. it has 2 bars, a restaurant, a take-away fast food outlet. and nightly entertainment. passes for this must be bought direct from the reception.

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Craobh Haven, Argyll, Scotland

From £540 Availability

Camus Arsa is a unique dwelling on a country estate in Argyll, the scenic west coast of Scotland. With stunning views, a horse riding stables within 1 minutes walk, the local pub which often hosts live music a 10 minute walk away, and miles of countryside to explore. Stand where ancient Scottish Kings were crowned, where Sean Connery jumped off the pier as 007, see the 3rd largest whirlpool in the world, the distillery tour, island wildlife tour, go fishing, taste the best of Argyll. Located on Lunga Estate, this caravan/portacabin hybrid has been renovated to bring you a clean and fresh open plan modern cabin. It's like a caravan, but definitely not as you know it. I have listed the place as sleeping 4, but if you want more, read on; The bedroom contains a double bed and en-suite shower/toilet/washroom, and there is an extra toilet/laundry room off the entrance hall. The living room contains a comfy sofa bed which makes a cosy double (or luxurious single), and the Snug area beyond the kitchen contains a small futon fold out mattress. The Snug can be partitioned off from the kitchen with curtains. The futon is rather small and I mean to upgrade it, but I have listed the place for 4 so this a spare bonus 5th bed if you're feeling adventurous and you can also make it bigger and more comfy using the cushions from the sofa and armchair in the living room. C.A. is a quiet place, if you're just looking to relax. With good mobile signal (4g) and No broadband it's the perfect place to escape the hustle and bustle and constant demands of modern life. Wifi is available at the local pub should you find yourself really in need! In the cabin you will find a selection of books, games and puzzles and other such things for nights in, I do like to give the place that 'lived in' feel and hope that you will want for nothing more. Indeed I take delight in always finding new little amusing things for the place to make you feel at home. Great views out over the islands for most of the year, clean, fresh and spacious with as many modern conveniences as I can muster. Please feel free to contact me about larger groups. I have a printed 'House Manual' which will help you find everything. It includes instructions on how to light the Rayburn, in case you're not familiar with stove lighting. It also comes in English, Spanish, French and German which is handy. The Spanish version is questionable (using google translate) but the French and German are translated by my friend whom has hopefully done well :) The place is 'rustic', it is a rural countryside dwelling, in the woods and so do be prepared for that. The photographs make it look very posh as is the intention and they are a true representation of how it looks of course, but it is still a rustic cabin in the woods. If that's what you're looking for, I'm sure you'll now what I mean. If you're looking for The Hilton, it's probably not for you :) However, I am to make everyone pleasantly surprised when they walk though the door for the first time, and so far it has worked. :) Try it, and see if I can make you smile by offering you a cool little cabin that feels lived in and is entirely yours for as long as you want it. Outside, you will find the sea a short 5 minute walk (viewable from the cabin), the local pub a 10 minute walk, and a local riding stables just 30 seconds walk if you want to explore on horseback. Camus Arsa guests get a special discount! With many more walks locally depending on how far you want to go or what you want to see, it's a great place to just explore on foot. I have a number of maps and my own personal walking guide I provide you, along with binoculars and everything you'll need for a good explore. Next to the pub you will find the local marina where you can choose from a number of different boat trips to explore the islands. You will find all the information about these options in the cabin, and how to book them. If you're clever you could organise a horse ride to the pub, then go from horse to boat. You might have to walk home but if you speak nicely to Trish at the stables, well, who knows. A spectacular haven for wildlife around the local islands it's definitely worth checking out what's on your doorstep. I live close by on the estate and am always on hand for advice or ideas, or if you have any problems at all I'm on hand 24 hours a day. I live and work on the estate so I'm never far away but will leave you to your own space. I'm always more than delighted to help out with anything when I can.

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Rowardennan, Stirlingshire, Scotland

From £875 Availability

Lomond Lodge 20 with its 3 bedrooms is the ideal place to come and relax and recharge your batteries or thrill yourself with breathtaking views and mountain walks. Lodge 20 is finished to a high standard and boasts TV s in every bedroom. With it being only meters from the beach its perfect for easy access to the Loch for children and pets. Ample parking for 4 cars right at the front door of the Chalet.

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Glenrothes, Fife, Scotland

From £485 Availability

The Wee Dookit - on the edge of Markinch, an ancient Scottish village. A peaceful location within a beautiful garden. Direct to Edinburgh and major Scottish cities from Markinch train station. An abundance of well known golf courses, 30 minutes from St. Andrews, good local pubs and restaurants within walking distance.Close to Falkland an “Outlander” filming location and a beautiful village.Pilgrims way for walks, cycling, Lomond hills, and beaches. Pre bookings for a beautician on site. The space A newly built log cabin with everything you need for a comfortable relaxing stay. The wee Dookit has a double bedroom with ample overnight storage and hanging space It has a beautiful oak bed with an aloe Vera mattress for a warm and comfortable sleep. There is also a hairdryer for guests to use. Sitting area This is a very cosy space with a comfortable de luxe double sofa bed and ottoman - there is a smart TV - Wifi - coffee / tea and biscuits for you to enjoy. It’s a peaceful place to relax at the end of a busy day Bathroom Beautifully appointed with a lovely shower - wet wall lined and has everything you need including shampoo, shower gel and hand soap. All areas have very efficient electric heaters - the cabin is double glazed and well insulated walls so that guests can stay year round We provide lovely bath sheets and hand towels and nice fresh crisp linens . Garden We have a deck for you to enjoy a seat outside if you wish at coffee time - or have a glass of wine in the evenings . Guest access Guest access is self entry if I am not here and I will give you instructions prior to your arrival. Feel free to make yourselves comfortable and enjoy the deck area throughout your stay Interaction with guests I will generally be on site but am always available on the phone if needed to answer any queries. PS I do not have any cooking faciites as my thought is that most use it as an overnighter and not somewhere to sit all day – but I also offer full breakfast or dinner inside my own house!

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Sandyhills Dalbeattie, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

From £800 Availability

Newly refurbished Lodge . within walking distance to Sandyhills beach. 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom with Shower. Linen,Bedding and every comfort. On site Indoor Pool, Bar and Restaurant, Free Golf at Colvend course. Beautiful coastal location . Beeches and Restaurants at Kippford and Rockcliffe . Walking, Cycling, Golf, Mountain Biking, Fishing ,Historic Houses and Castles to Visit and countless gardens. Shopping at Dalbeattie, Dumfries, Castle Douglas and Kirkcudbright. Red Squirrels on site and a deer park next door who do tours.

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Coldingham Eyemouth, Scottish Borders, Scotland

From £508 Availability

Shepherd's Hut (The Hawthorn) at Templehall Coastal view from this luxurious Shepherds Hut. This hut has the versatility of being used with either a linked double bed or as two singles. ( Just let us know how you would like the bed(s) when booking. The Hawthorn has a full shower/bathroom with simploo toilet and self contained shower. We provide free Wifi, TV .There is a log burner to keep you cosy on the chilly nights. Ideal for a peaceful stay in the countryside for anyone who wants to try something different. Sited on a beautiful lawned grass paddock with views to the coast over open fields. A truly wonderful setting. Glamping is combining both yesterday’s amenities and today’s technology. Also called boutique camping or luxury camping. The shepherd’s hut (or shepherd’s wagon) was used from the 15th Century and into the 20th Century by shepherds during sheep raising and lambing, primarily in the United Kingdom and France. Shepherd’s huts often had iron wheels and corrugated iron tops. Sometimes the sides were also made of corrugated iron. Use of shepherd’s huts by farmers reached a peak in the late 19th Century and dwindled in the 20th century with the advent of mechanised farm machinery and electric power reaching even remote farms. Their use persisted in some northern counties of England and Scotland particularly Westmoreland , Northumberland and the Scottish Borders. Our Shepherd’s hut combines tradition and luxury it has a very luxurious double bed with Egyptian cotton bedding and storage underneath. The kitchen area has a small butler sink with hot and cold running water, a storage cupboard and a two ring hob with grill and oven, full size fridge and a Nespresso coffee machine. There is a fold down table with two chairs, a small log burning stove. There is a feeling of calm for people to de-stress chill out and relax. TV and free Wifi There is also a table and chairs for dining outside the hut. Free Wifi and and luxury coffee :) We meet you on arrival to welcome you and show you around. We are also available during your stay if needed. Coldingham Village 0.5 miles Coldingham Beach 1.5 mls East Coast Mainline station at Berwick-upon Tweed 11miles Bus Service 0.5 miles Edinburgh Airport 1 hour Newcastle Airport 1.5 hours

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Dunbar, East Lothian, Scotland

From £490 Availability

Cosy two bedroom chalet with accommodation for four guests. One double bedroom and a bunk room make this perfect for a couple or a family coming to stay. Fully equipped open plan kitchen/living area with flat screen TV and free high speed Wi-Fi broadband. Shower room with toilet and sink complete the property. Outdoor decking with seating area overlooks the coastal town of Dunbar with glorious views guaranteed.

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Isle Of Lewis, Na h-Eileanan an Iar, Scotland

From £665 Availability

The two chalets, ‘Erisort’ and ‘Orisaigh’, are located within the village of Leurbost, in the North Lochs area of the Isle of Lewis, and a 10 minute drive from the main town of Stornoway. Built from Siberian larch timber, each chalet sleeps 4 persons. In addition to 2 spacious bedrooms, there is a fully fitted modern kitchen, a bathroom with shower, and a separate toilet. The open-plan dining and living room area commands extensive panoramic views over sea lochs and the hills of Lewis and Harris. Patio doors open onto an extensive decking area that is ideal for barbecues and outdoor dining. Both chalets provide wheelchair access and are suitable for individuals with impaired mobility. The chalets are fitted with modern appliances and a WIFI connection is also available. This is a truly inspirational place for all the family to enjoy their holiday and to return home with unforgettable memories of these magical Hebridean Isles. Each chalet has an adjacent dog kennel and separate outhouse, which provides washing and drying facilities. Separate parking is available directly outside the chalets, with sufficient space for several vehicles. A licensed local shop, and petrol station, is conveniently situated within a short drive or 15 minute walk. The shop offers an extensive range of groceries and fresh daily produce. In addition, the shop complex features a hairdressing salon and small cafeteria. As an additional attraction, guests will be able to enjoy the benefits of a well-fitted sheiling (bothy) called ‘Airidh Nisreabhal’, which is the Gaelic name for the nearby hill and loch situated in this majestic location. It is conveniently placed en-route to the famous and mystical ‘Callanish stones’ and is just a short 3 minute drive from the chalets. The sheiling provides an excellent vantage point for bird watchers and hillwalkers, or, alternatively, a place of tranquility and relaxation for surfers, fishermen, businessmen, honeymooners and indeed anyone else who would like to enjoy the peaceful island country life. The Chalet is fitted with an Electricity meter which can be topped up at the local shop 1.5 miles away.