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5 Log Cabins in Stirlingshire

In central Scotland close to the Highlands, Loch Lomond and the Trossachs, Stirlingshire is an ideal base to explore the vast range of Scottish heritage.  Whether it’s to visiting battlefields, like Bannockburn or historic houses such as Linthgow Palace or simply for fishing, walking or sight seeing there is plenty to keep you occupied.

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Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire, Scotland

From £382 Availability

Our Cabins are set exclusively within Forestry Commission estates in beautiful woodland and lochside locations, each with its own unique character offering the perfect setting for a relaxed holiday. We have Cabin sites in Cornwall, Gloucestershire, North Yorkshire and Scotland.

NEW - We are also introducing Forest Retreats at Deerpark and Strathyre as well as upgrading all of our standard Evergreen Cabins to luxurious Silver Birch and Golden Oak Cabins.

We offer relaxing midweek and weekend breaks away and week long holidays, so whatever length break you are looking for, we are sure that we have the perfect Forest Holiday for you.

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Rowardennan, Stirlingshire, Scotland

From £725 Availability

A fabulous opportunity to stay in our beloved luxury wooden chalet located on the banks of Loch Lomond. Make yourself feel at home and take in the surrounding breathtaking scenery and outstanding views up and down the loch. The property is well placed for a number of activities which include water sports, hill/mountain climbing, cycling and walking. Rowardennan is on the path of the West Highland Way and is located at the foot of Ben Lomond which is a few minutes walk from the Lodge.

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Stirling, Stirlingshire, Scotland

From £2890 Availability

NEW 5-BEDROOM EXECUTIVE LODGE with USE OF HOT TUB. We're delighted to announce the availability of our new executive lodge! New for 2013, this lodge was completed at the beginning of January, generously providing a new level of space and comfort with a floors pace of nearly 100 square metres (1,100 square feet). This lodge has 5 bedrooms, 2 king size, 1 double & 2 twin rooms together with 3 bathrooms, one of which is en-suite. The dining table seats 10 & the large decked area features unobstructed open views of the countryside towards the town of Stirling. The entire lodge is decorated & furnished to a very high standard. Downstairs- The master bedroom has been decorated to a very high standard with black Italian high gloss furniture. The large en-suite bathroom has been decorated to complement the master bedroom having a beautiful spacious figure of eight shower and plenty storage space. The twin room has two black leather single beds, mirrored wardrobe with drawers. Upstairs- A king-size double bedroom has a balcony with 2 chairs where you can relax & take in the beautiful unobstructed views. The bedroom has a luxury feel to it with a white leather bed, white high gloss furniture with dressing table, wardrobe & plenty of drawers. A spacious twin bedroom is bright a spacious with 2 black leather single beds, sliding mirrored wardrobes & storage. There is another beautifully decorated bedroom having a double bed with suede upholstery with mirrored wardrobe & storage. The bathroom has a large bath with over head shower, WC, sink and storage. The upstairs bathroom is very spacious with large corner shower, toilet and sink.

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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.

On River Bank, Beautiful Views 5

Callander, Stirlingshire, Scotland

On River Bank, Beautiful Views From £671 Availability

Our lovely log cabin is situated in a wonderful setting, overlooking a river a stroll from the beautiful highland village of Strathyre. Nestled amongst mountains with magical woods and scenic lochs, you’ll find yourself immersed in the best rugged beauty and wild landscapes that the Trossachs National Park has to offer. This is a location where you can truly unwind and enjoy life’s simple pleasures but once refreshed and restored, it provides a great base for exploring. The open beamed accommodation is over two floors offering a comfortable lounge with log burner, dining area, modern kitchen and shower room on the ground floor. This open plan layout is great for allowing everyone to interact whilst catering and kids can escape upstairs. A spiral staircase leads to two bedrooms, the double bedroom has a lovely balcony with a splendid outlook to the mountains and seating for enjoying your morning coffee or to take in some amazing star gazing. The triple bedroom has fabulous views over the river and towards the village. The wonderful wood burning stove is the focal point, radiating warmth throughout and adding to the rustic alpine ambience. A veritable home from home, we can't think of anything you might miss. We provide logs for your stay and our cupboards are well stocked with all your kitchen staples. Even in poor weather there's plenty of entertainment with smart tvs, fibre broadband and a great selection of dvds, Wii, Playstation and board games. Set in a tranquil picturesque estate, in an area of outstanding natural beauty, it's a great place to relax and just drink in the scenery. Red squirrels are frequent visitors to our bird feeders. Children love exploring the grounds which offer lots of space to run around enjoying the wild, rural countryside. Around the cabin there are extensive grassy areas and the River Balvaig flows by our door where you can cast a line. You are licensed to use two rods from the river bank, mostly for brown trout. There's a little shingle beach by the cabin where you can launch kayaks, with nearby sailing and other watersports at Loch Earn. The cabin is also in a superb location for cycling so bring (or hire) bikes here since the tracks leave right from the door. You can take up the Bliss Trail from here - an award winning sculpture trail. If walking's your thing, you have access to gentle walks along the loch or to the neighbouring village of Balquhidder or more challenging hikes uphill! The woods around Strathyre are dog heaven too! The Cabin is located very close to local amenities with shop/off licence, three lively hostelries, cafe, etc, just a short stroll away. For families, there's a playpark, tennis/recreation ground and an indoor pool/spa, sports courts and climbing wall in the bustling Trossachs metropolis of Callander with its plentiful tearooms and shops. Safari park, wildlife centres and working/petting farm are just a short drive. Water sports centres and canoe and bike hire nearby. Indeed, all the sporting and wildlife watching opportunities of the national park are easily accessible. There's all manner of sighting opportunities with bushcraft, tracking, navigation and wildlife observation days available or you could try a landrover safari outing to spot deer or maybe an eagle. The area offers a wide range of activities for families and children, including: Junior Ranger trails and Bushman fun in the forest. Wilderness trails, Twilight walk, Bike Hire, Canoe Safari and Geocaching and much more. 'Total Wipeout' fans can don a wetsuit and have a go at conquering an iceberg themselves at 'Go Country' and for a bit of monkey business there's 'Go Ape', an aerial treetop walkway with UK's biggest zip wire. Excellent golf courses afford fantastic views and pony trekking can be arranged. For foodies, a visit to Monachyle Mhor and Mhor 84 (Scottish gastropub of the year with its weekly folk sessions) in Balquhidder glen (2 mile walk) is a must (as well as their fish and bakery outposts in Callander). Strathyre is well served locally having three pubs, all serving great food, cafe and even an ice cream parlour in the village. The cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling and Perth are easily reached and it's perfectly possible to visit a west coast island, Glencoe or Loch Ness for the day. With numerous delightful villages and attractive towns to visit, you'll find a myriad of sights to see and things to do. There are umpteen delightful days out to different lochs but of special note is the paddle steamer around Loch Katrine or a cruise on Loch Lomond. Uncover the history by visiting an impressive selection of castles and don't miss Rob Roy's grave when you're in the heart of his homeland.