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131 Log Cabins with golf in the UK

Chasing a little white ball into a little white hole is popular all over the UK. But most log cabins are built in super scenery, so a local game of golf is a good bet for making the most of it. From a pitch and putt on site to a championship golf course nearby the log cabin locations below will make it easy for you to treat yourself to some golf time.

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Log Cabin near Ayr (18mls SE) 6

Cumnock, Ayrshire, Scotland

Log Cabin near Ayr (18mls SE) From £399 Availability

A short drive takes you to the splendour of the Ayrshire coastline or Turnberry golf course or take a quick drive into the picturesque town of Ayr with its shops restaurants and friendly pubs and there is a public outdoor heating pool in the nearby village of New Cumnock. Also in Ayr is a spa perfect to fully relax after exploring. This area is also home to Robert Burns the famous poet. Other nearby attractions include Drumlanrig Castle and Dumfries House. A great base to congregate together with easy access from Gretna Green or Glasgow. Wander along the beautiful beaches or grab a bucket and spade and enjoy the day on the beautiful sandy beaches in Ayrshire. Ideal for wildlife photographers with a great selection of Scottish wildlife to be seen. Enter the lodge via the front door into the welcoming hallway with space for coats and walking boots. This leads into an open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The kitchen area is well-equipped with electric oven and gas hob microwave fridge washing machine. The elegant dining area has seating for everyone perfect for celebrating that special occasion or a quiet breakfast together. The well-designed lounge area has plenty of comfy recliner seating and family games making it an ideal spot for relaxing with a quiet book or cosying up together in front of the wood burner effect electric fire and catching up with friends over a coffee or to watch a movie on the Smart TV/DVD. You will find three double bedrooms one of which has access to the Jack and Jill shower room which is also accessed form the hallway. Completing the property is the bathroom with bath and WC. Outside is a West facing private decked area with garden furniture making it perfect for dining alfresco or relaxing and enjoying the views of the countryside or watching the sun set. There is the opportunity to explore the 75 acres of land including horses a retired racehorse sheep and an abundance of wildlife. Perhaps take a meander through the fields to the unfenced river and go fishing or take a picnic or just relax and enjoy the view across the Nithsdale valley. A wildlife lovers paradise with the chase to see wild otters in the river. deer in the fields and an abundance of birds to spot as well. There is private off-road parking next to the property for three cars.

Log Cabin near Hawick (1.5mls E) 4

Hawick, Scottish Borders, Scotland

Log Cabin near Hawick (1.5mls E) From £594 Availability

This stylish well-presented detached lodge is nestled in a peaceful setting amid the stunning scenery of Cavers in the Scottish Borders. Perfect for couples and families seeking a relaxing country retreat but only a few miles from the historic town of Hawick with its cinema swimming pool shops and restaurants. Within easy reach to the picturesque villages of Denholm and Bonchester Bridge this is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The lodge offers easy access to the city of Edinburgh by either car bus or train. There are numerous attractions and activities close by including salmon and trout fishing on the river Teviot and the famous river Tweed an array of splendid local golf courses and walkers hikers and mountain bikers are spoilt for choice with country tracks and forest trails including the Southern Upland way close at hand to explore. Less than 10 miles away Born in the Borders is a favourite with families offering grass sledging mini beast safari ice skating in the winter and there is a Brewery where you can learn how to brew your own beer! As you walk into the lodge you find a utility/cloak room then entering into the large bright open plan lounge and kitchen which opens up onto the private decking overlooking the open fields with a covered hot tub to sit back and relax in. From the kitchen area you will find two bedrooms 1 double with en-suite shower room and WC a twin bedroom and a separate family bathroom with shower over the bath and WC. Large enclosed decked balcony with seating area and private hot tub within large private grounds which you are free to explore. Ample off-road parking for up to two cars.

Log Cabin near Lochwinnoch (6mls NW) 4

Kilmacolm, Renfrewshire, Scotland

Log Cabin near Lochwinnoch (6mls NW) From £719 Availability

Located close to the historic village of Kilmacolm and picture post card village of Lochwinnoch. Duchal Lodge offers the best of both worlds situated overlooked by only the Highland cows and sheep wake up to the beautiful rolling countryside yet you are just 15 minutes drive to Braehead Shopping centre which also offers the addition of some fantastic leisure facilities to occupy your whole party on a wet day. The vibrant city of Glasgow with its fantastic museums art galleries and SECC which hosts some great events and concerts is just a short drive away. Visit the Beautiful Castle Semple is a great day out where you can participate in an array of water sports and The Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park ideal for walkers cyclists and mountain bikers. Enjoy trip to the splendid Loch Lomond & the Trossachs national Park or take a ferry trip and visit the Islands of Arran great Cumbrae and Bute. The renowned golf courses of Turnberry and the royal Troon are close at hand and fishermen will be delighted with the nearby river Clyde for salmon and trout fishing. The lodge is situated on farmland which you are free to explore and enjoy watch the lambs in springtime or the amazing Highland cattle roaming the land you can also walk or mountain bike straight from the lodge to Lochwinnoch. Entering the single storey stylish lodge into the hall through to the spacious open-plan light and bright lounge/kitchen/diner. The comfortable lounge has a large TV lovely feature fire place and floor to ceiling windows enjoying beautiful countryside views. Dining area has a large dining table perfect for romantic or family gatherings also with floor to ceiling windows to enjoy the beautiful views and French doors leading out to the garden. The kitchen is well-equipped and perfect for cooking up a storm with electric oven and gas hob fridge/freezer microwave a handy dishwasher and washing machine. Leading back through the hallway you are met with the delightful twin bedroom with TV the stylish bathroom with free standing bath and WC is located opposite the twin bedroom. Finally the beautiful master bedroom with super-king-size zip-and-link bed (which can be made into a twin on request) TV dressing room and stylish en-suite shower and WC. Venturing outside to the large enclosed patio area you will find the wonderful spacious fully housed luxury private hot tub and the comfortable seating area with table and chairs perfect for alfresco dining and lazy evening star gazing. There is ample private off-road parking to the rear of the property.

Log Cabin near Castle Douglas (11mls S) 2

Castle Douglas, Dumfries and Galloway, Scotland

Log Cabin near Castle Douglas (11mls S) From £707 Availability

1 OF 4 ROMANTIC LUXURY LODGES SET IN AN ELEVATED POSITION STUNNING SEA VIEWS AND PRIVATE HOT TUB SHORT BREAKS AVAILABLE BETWEEN NOVEMBER AND MARCH (EXCLUDES CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR) REGRET THE PROPERTY IS NOT SUITABLE FOR CHILDREN OVER 6 MONTHS These beautiful bespoke detached properties offer luxurious accommodation nestled in a private peaceful bay within a stone s throw away from the sea shore but yet close to all local amenities. Located only 2 miles from the village of Auchencairn and 11 miles from Castle Douglas making this a fantastic base to explore the areas natural beauty and wildlife or just to relax and look out to sea from the lodges and you may even spot the dolphins. There are numerous attractions close by including Sweetheart Abbey Galloway wildlife conservation park Drumlanrig castle Broughton house & gardens Caerlaverock castle The summer gallery Threave castle & gardens Ellisland farm Robert Burns house & museum Dundrennan abbey Loch Ken water sports The Stewartry museum many golf courses including Colvend New Galloway & Dalbeattie. These 4 attractive lodges are set privately around a large secluded bay just a stone s throw away from the seashore. Outside: private enclosed balcony with seating area and hot tub guests are welcome to explore the bay and country walks around the estate. Leisure facilities: private hot tub and sea fishing. Amenities: ample parking towels bed linen electric central heating and Wi-Fi included. Regret no smoking. Regret not suitable for children over 6 months. Location: beach on site basic shop/post office 2 miles. Larger shops pubs restaurants 8 miles. Arrival: 4pm. This stunning single-storey accommodation offers ONE king-size bedroom with beautiful sea views flatscreen TV with Freeview iPod dock and patio doors leading out to enclosed balcony. Bathroom: large with bath and separate shower cubical his & hers sinks and WC and an additional WC. Lounge/kitchen/diner: spacious open-plan room with large flatscreen TV with Blu-ray DVD Freeview and feature fire. Kitchen area modern well-equipped with wine-cooler gas oven and hob fridge/freezer microwave dishwasher and large dining table. Utility: with washing machine and tumble dryer. Waste bin located at the rear of the property. Amenities: 1 medium size dog or 2 small dogs welcome the local pubs and restaurants are dog friendly.

Log Cabin near Llandrindod Wells (1.5mls SE) 2

Llandrindod Wells, Powys, Wales

Log Cabin near Llandrindod Wells (1.5mls SE) From £414 Availability

This Victorian spa town is a pleasure to visit with picturesque lake 30 natural springs pavilion and range of events shops and eateries to enjoy alongside the National Cycle Museum and Radnorshire Museum not forgetting its renowned golf club. Explore the spectacular dams and reservoirs of the Elan and Claerwen Valleys visit the Red Kite Feeding Station at Gigrin Farm head to the internationally renowned Hergest Croft Gardens go book hunting in Hay-on-Wye or take the Old Mountain Road to Aberystwyth. Set in breath-taking countryside full of footpaths cycle routes and bridleways to explore and enjoy walking cycling fishing horse riding wildlife watching photography arts crafts music and events. A perfect spot for two to unwind or seek adventure in Mid Wales. Down the curved wooden boardwalk sided by wildflowers and plants you enter this cedar clad lodge and will be drawn to the stunning views through the bi-fold doors opening on to an inviting private deck .The spacious open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner is beautifully furnished with tables and beams made from locally grown Douglas Fir and Ash. Comfort is considered a priority with all the thoughtful little extras for year round comfort such as the underfloor heating and the cosy wood burner. The kitchen area is well-equipped with gas oven and hob dishwasher and fridge with ice compartment. If you decide to have a romantic meal in the table is perfectly positioned to embrace the fabulous view. Snuggle up and relax on the comfortable sofa watch the wildlife choose a film plan your activities for tomorrow or enjoy a good book. The sumptuous bedroom has a super-king-size hand crafted bed and a luxury en-suite shower with WC and soft towels. This special property is a truely romantic retreat. Outside the garden is naturally designed with wild flowers grassy mounds and is surrounded by rolling countryside and wildlife. The patio deck with table and chairs is the perfect spot to relax and unwind enjoy alfresco dining or head to the private raised seating area by the fire pit to watch the wildlife or appreciate the dark skies stargazing. If you are keen on cycling or golf there is a secure bicycle store with wash down facilities washing machine and drying facilities for wet boots and clothes. Private drive with off-road parking for one car. The lodge is set in two acres of grounds and maintains its own privacy adjacent to the owners seven acre home and stables.

Endymion Lodge 4

Colchester, Essex, East of England

Endymion Lodge From £859 Availability

Endymion Lodge is one of five detached luxury lodges, located in idyllic countryside on the Wakes Hall Estate in the breath-taking Colne Valley on the Essex/Suffolk border. On the same site we also offer Brook Lodge (two guests). Each lodge boasts a verandah and the ultimate indulgence – a soothing hot tub, surrounded by 500 acres of land and walks to the village of Wakes Colne. Wakes Hall Lodges offer the ultimate place to escape the city or your hectic lives. Nature lovers will have a wonderful time taking in the stunning flora and fauna of the delightful countryside. As well as a stunning fishing lake stocked with Carp and Roach, there are an endless number of woodland walks to explore, including the neighbouring willow woodland where the trees are farmed to make cricket bats. Visitors often enjoy a short amble to the local village where there is a shop and post office and a picturesque pub beside the River Colne that serves locally brewed beer. Local beauty salons provide a full range of services for visitors to the lodges, and for those looking for an extra special treat, we can arrange for a fully trained chef to serve up a delectable feast from the comfort of your lodge. This holiday cottage at a glance Sleeps four guests. Two bedrooms, one en-suite bathroom and one en-suite shower room. All accommodation is on the ground floor. Enclosed decked area and access to a two acre fishing lake and woodland. Ample parking. Up to two well behaved dogs are welcome (small additional charge per dog). Both doorways and pathways are accessible for wheelchair users to the rear. WiFi. Minimum of a three night stay. Additional features Latest eco-technology from Canada. Woodland walks directly from the lodge. Electric hob and oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washer/dryer. Two Smart TVs, superb quality sound system. Travel cot and high chair available on request - please bring your own cot linens. Garden furniture. An outdoor hot tub. Attractions and nearby amenities Colchester can be reached in just under 20 minutes and offers a wide range of activities for all ages from Colchester Zoo to the Roman Castle. Within a 10 minute drive is the Earls Colne Golf & Country Club, together with numerous other golf courses located within a short driving distance. A little further afield, Chelmsford is just under 40 minutes' drive time and has a first class shopping centre. Sudbury, the birthplace of Thomas Gainsborough, is just under half an hour's drive or by train from Wakes Colne/Chappel Station direct to Sudbury through the picturesque countryside. Newmarket with its famous racecourse can be reached in approximately one hour.

Oat Grass Lodge, Near Bamburgh 6

Bamburgh, Northumberland, North of England

Oat Grass Lodge, Near Bamburgh From £595 Availability

This exceptionally stylish lodge has a fresh contemporary feel, punctuated by imaginative detailing which celebrates life’s nature and wildlife. Clean Scandinavian lines It will be an instant draw for those looking for a lovely escape in the very heart of this pristine stretch of Northumbrian coastline. With its clean Scandinavian lines and sunny south facing aspect, it is a striking contrast to its dramatic setting on the site of a former whinstone quarry, just 2 miles from the heavenly sands of Bamburgh. The open plan living space features a scheme of cool greys and calming blues along with vast contemporary feature windows, divided by a central fireplace with wood burner and a Smart flat-screen TV. The kitchen is a modern Shaker design, complemented by lime-washed accents evocative of coastal driftwood, while large bi-folding doors allow the outside in, leading onto a sunny south-facing deck with barbecue and outside furniture. The three double bedrooms (one en-suite) have a very on-trend vibe, including a whimsical Flamingo design, and a calming Koi in azure blue. A short walk through the woodland will take you up to the quarry top with a viewing platform which offers incredible views towards Bamburgh Castle and the Farne Islands beyond. GROUND FLOOR Utility/boot room with hanging space for outdoor wear. Washing machine, large fridge/freezer. Open plan sitting room/dining kitchen comprising: Sitting room with two large sofas offering, armchairs, wood burning stove. Large wall mounted Smart TV, Bose sound system. Kitchen with induction hob, electric oven, dishwasher, Bosch Tassimo coffee machine. Washing machine and large fridge/freezer in the utility room. Dining area with seating for eight - four chairs and bench seat. Large bi-folding doors open out onto the south-facing deck. Bedroom one with 5’ king size bed, side tables, wardrobe with hanging and drawer space. En-suite bathroom with large shower unit, heated towel rail, basin and WC. Underfloor heating. Bedroom two with 5’ king size bed, side tables, large chest of drawers, hanging hooks. Family bathroom with large shower unit, heated towel rail, basin and WC. Underfloor heating. Bedroom three with zip and link beds which can be configured to 3’ twin or 6’ super king as required, side tables, chest of drawers. OUTSIDE The lodge sits on a site in a development of twelve other properties, all in the same style and in private ownership. The lodge benefits from a south-facing decked terrace to the rear with garden furniture and barbecue. Please note that the decked area is not enclosed and the wider site is a communal space. The owner would be pleased to try and accommodate any request for storage for bikes and outdoor gear. There are a selection of games for outdoor use, and there is a small set of golf clubs which guests are welcome to use. Guests should note that a second phase of ten lodges is being developed on an adjoining site which is separated by a bank at the foot of the quarry. All heavy construction work is complete. This can be seen on the access road when entering Brada but is not visible from Oat Grass Lodge. PARKING There is designated private parking for two vehicles to the front of the property. BABIES & CHILDREN A travel cot and highchair can be provided on request. Please note the 'Outside' section as regards the Quarry Viewing Point. DOGS Two dogs are permitted at a charge of £20 per dog but should be kept to the utility/boot room until clean and dry and for sleeping. They must be kept out of the bedrooms and off the furniture. The outside decked area is unfenced therefore dogs must be supervised and kept on leads. GUEST AMENITIES High quality linen and towels. A hairdryer is provided in each of the bedrooms. Luxurious toiletries from Asprey are supplied. WI-FI & MOBILE COVERAGE The lodge benefits from fast fibre broadband. Mobile reception is poor within the property but the signal improves outside. EE provides the best signal. HEATING There is heating throughout the property, with a wood burning stove in the sitting room. An initial supply of logs is provided. GUEST PRIVACY The lodge sits on a site in a development of twelve other properties, all in the same style and in private ownership.

Hufflepuff House 5

Caeathro, Gwynedd, Wales

Hufflepuff House From £393 Availability

2 bedroom 1 bathroom. Our cabin offers a double bedroom, second bedroom with a bunk bed & comfortably accommodates 4 people. If more space is required there is a double sofa bed (Hufflepuff accomodates 5 people max) We accommodate 2 well behaved dogs. Just bring their own blankets, towels and bowls. We are ideally situated for local tourist attractions and a perfect base for walks up Snowdon and activities in the Snowdonia National Park. Hufflepuff House is centrally located to all Zipworld sites for those of you who are adrenaline junkies. Close to the Royal town of Caernarfon and the famous Caernarfon Castle. Set within the beautiful surroundings of Glan Gwna Holiday Park, our guests have full access to all the site amenities including heated outdoor pool, clubhouse with Sky TV, food and entertainment, the on site shop and cafe, and fly and coarse fishing lake and river. • we supply bedding, linen and towels (2 double and 2 single duvet sets, 1 towel per guest and extra blankets). We also supply the basics, toilet roll, soap etc. • we do not charge for laundry. • we provide a welcome pack of tea, coffee and snacks • we have a key lock box for ease of check in • free WiFi and Netflix The property has an electricity meter. We provide an initial electricity amount but you might need to top up if you run low. Cards can be purchased at the shop, reception bar and local garage. You will need to top up more during winter months when using the electric heating and we lower our rates in the winter to compensate this. Glan Gwna Country Holiday Park Glan Gwna is an exquisite and private countryside holiday home park nestled in a secluded wooded valley, located just two miles from the Royal town of Caernarfon and right on the edge of the Snowdonia National Park. The park itself is set within 120 acres of landscaped grounds; with woodland, streams and rivers; a private fishing lake, and abundant wildlife. Glan Gwna is true haven of peace and tranquillity, and the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Glan Gwna is open for 10 months of the year, and welcomes everybody from young families to retired couples; walkers/hikers and your pets are welcome too! The park is a perfect base from which to explore all the riches that North Wales has to offer. Sandwiched between Snowdonia and the Llyn Peninsula you will find mountains, golden beaches, world-famous castles, and an ever-growing list of attractions and activities to enjoy. North Wales is a paradise for walkers, cyclists, golfers, anglers, sea-farers, foodies, culture vultures and adventurers!

3 Bed Cabin, Sleeps 4 +1 5

Pennal, Gwynedd, Wales

3 Bed Cabin, Sleeps 4 +1 From £717 Availability

Nestled on an old quarry track within the Dyfi Valley hillside, amongst giant redwoods and pine trees you will find Little Kestrel Cabin. Sitting on the footprint of an old Welsh Lime Kiln, you are treated to panoramic views along the valley, towards the beautiful beaches of Aberdovey. Walk along the track and pop out on the Dyfi river, jumping trout and lambs surround you with the rolling hills in front. Douglas Fir-clad walls and an eclectic mix of leather, linen, pine and velvet come together to make a cosy, relaxed stay. The Welsh slate topped sink and hand painted units create a wonderful welcome to this delightful cabin. A large farmhouse table, wood burner and two comfy sofas for planning adventures, eating and relaxing. Take a book off the shelf and put a log on the fire, or throw the doors open and take a glass of something cold to enjoy the view across the valley by day and Snowdonia’s star-filled ‘Dark Sky’ at night. Run up a mountain, or snooze amongst the Dunes, a wonderful combination of mountain and sea makes Little Kestrel perfectly placed for a relaxing summer holiday, adrenalin filled adventures or a romantic getaway. Interior & Facilities The Cabin is accessed through the French doors, on the raised deck, where you will find the kitchen with Nespresso coffee machine & pods waiting to welcome you. Sit at the large farmhouse table and plan a route, or sink into the sofa and take in the view. There are three bedrooms, the master has a king-sized bed, dressed in Egyptian cotton on a marshmallow soft duvet and sprung mattress. French doors open onto the enclosed Rhododendron garden to the rear, a serene space to sit amongst the trees. The second double bedroom has a Shabby-chic bygone feel, with Eileen Soper’s 50’s prints and a charming cast iron double bed that’s bound to ensure a wonderful nights sleep. The third is a single bedroom, wonderfully cosy with up-cycled picnic table bed head, step ladder side table, and 60’s G-plan drawers. The smallest room, with stunning views to compensate, is available upon request. The beautiful bathroom has a seaside feel, painted boards in a pale heritage blue with walk-in shower and heated towel rail. Facilities include a washer-dryer; dishwasher, induction hob, oven, fridge with freezer compartment, microwave and Nespresso coffee machine. Bluetooth Sound system, Smart TV, Netflix, superfast broadband & WiFi. The cabin is fully heated throughout with programmable electric radiators, 24-hour hot water on demand, a wood burning stove and all beds have sleep safe electric blankets. Outside Open the kitchen doors and walk out onto the elevated deck, put your coffee and Welsh cakes on the top rail and take a breath. Mighty oaks to the left, tree-lined quarry road to the front and Dyfi estuary to right with Kites, House martins, and Buzzards above. The sitting room French doors lead out onto the 18th century Lime Kiln, take a cushion and sit on the reclaimed oak whiskey barrel Adirondack chairs. Enjoy a barbecue, or cosy around the fire pit as night falls, and gaze at the stunning stars in Snowdonia’s light pure sky. A five minute walk at the bottom of the track will find you on the banks of the River Dyfi, with hills and sheep abound and plenty of places to stop along the way to picnic and watch the jumping trout. Situation and Location Kestrel Cabin is situated on the outer edge of a private Lodge Estate, just outside Pennal and has parking for two cars. Ideally placed, within Snowdonia National park, and within easy reach of Cardigan Bay’s glorious beaches and its breathtaking mountain views. The closest town, just three miles away is Machynlleth, the ancient capital of Wales, it Boasts Wales’ own MOMA Art Gallery, museums, pubs, cafes, supermarket and a fantastic Wednesday market selling local foods. Machynlleth is also host to the Comedy festival in May. Go further along the coast road and you will be in Borth, call into the Cors Dyfi RSPB Dyfi Osprey project within the nature reserve on the way. Then onto towards the seaside town of Aberystwyth. If you are staying local then a 20-minute walk to The Riverside gastropub in Pennal will provide good food, local ale and excellent company at the bar, or if you prefer, just stay in and bathe in the wonderful peace and quiet of this charming wooden cabin. Beaches Take a left and pop out onto the coastal road that winds along the estuary towards Aberdovey, 6 miles away, here you will find a delightful seaside town with handmade ice cream, buckets for crabbing, great Deli diners and the acclaimed Seabreeze restaurant. The sand dune capped beach towards the North side is 5 miles long and dog-friendly all year round. Aberdovey also boasts an 18 hole Links golf course that has hosted national competitions. Cycling and mountain biking Wales is a keen advocate for cycling and have a purpose built Climachx trail mountain bike course in Corris, just 8 miles from the cabin, bring your own bikes and keep them stored safely below the deck or hire bikes at Dolgellau (pronounced Dolgethlie) If your cycling errs towards a genteel stroll then the Mawddach trail won’t disappoint, at 30 miles long the scenery is breathtaking and if you schedule a stop at the George III on the Estuary you can enjoy a pub lunch and drink ale from the local ‘Moose’ microbrewery. There is a lot to do, or if you’d rather, …nothing at all.

Ben Klibreck Woodland Lodge 4

Forres, Moray, Scotland

Ben Klibreck Woodland Lodge From £581 Availability

Burgie Woodland Lodges - Ben Klibreck Burgie self-catering Woodland Lodges are the perfect destination for visitors of all ages, whether looking for pure relaxation or activity-packed holidays in Scotland. *For those wishing to stay 5 or 6 nights then please contact us for discount on HomeAway price* Come and stay in this stylish and comfortable woodland lodge situated within peaceful rural setting of Burgie Estate. With Inverness just 30 minutes away Ben Klibreck Woodland Lodge is the perfect place for your Scottish holiday with families, friends or couples alike, whether it’s for fishing, golfing, cycling to list a few of the sporting activities on offer in the area or just relaxing in one of the hot tub with a glass of fizz watching the sunset over the hills. Ben Klibreck lodge takes its names from one of Scotland’s most spectacular hills which is visible from the lodge. The lodge has been specifically sited to ensure privacy coupled with a spectacular view out over Findhorn Bay and the Moray Firth to the Caithness and Sutherland hills in the distance. Ben Klibreck - 2 bedroom Lodge This 2 bedroom lodge has an open plan kitchen and living rooms area which opens out onto a private veranda where there is furniture and the hot tub. The 2 rooms are configured 1 double ensuite and 1 twin with separate bathroom. The kitchen is fully fitted with fridge freezer, microwave and dishwasher. The Hot Tub seats 6 comfortably • There is a standard TV • All beds come with sheets, duvets & towels • The lodge is non smoking • Pets/dogs (max 2) permitted • Parking is adjacent to the cabin • High-chair and travel cot are available on request. To get to the lodges you have to take a private road within the estate making them both secluded and private.