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78 Log Cabins in Highland

With the glorious Highlands to explore, the battlefields at Culloden, famous Loch Ness, Great Glen,  historic towns and villages and some stunning wildlife to discover in Moray Firth, this area has lots to offer.

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Beauly, Highland, Scotland

From £225 Availability

Just 15 minutes drive from Loch Ness, the self catering Lodges are a convenient touring base from which to visit many parts of the Highlands. Within easy reach are the Isle of Skye, John O'Groats, Speyside and of course the Black Isle. There are shops, hotels and restaurants only short distances away in nearby villages.


Fort William, Highland, Scotland

From £395 Availability

Our Chalets are centrally heated and double-glazed with fully fitted kitchen including dishwasher (Nevis & Locheil only), fridge-freezer and microwave.

Linen and towels are provided and all beds have hypoallergenic duvets and pillows. King-size bed in master bedroom. Video below shows the Nevis master bedroom but the Locheil is almost identical. Ironing and hairdrying equipment is supplied.

Overlooking the loch, the lounge has a 21" remote control flat screen TV/DVD, luxurious leather sofas and patio doors onto a balcony overlooking beautiful gardens or loch.


Tomich, Highland, Scotland

From £275 Availability

Superb 4 star cottages and 3 star woodland lodges on an environmentally managed working farm. Properties are regularly updated and prices are inclusive of heating, electricity, hot water and facilities. Pets are very welcome and families will love the heated indoor swimming pool. To explore further afield, you can hire bikes, maps and wildlife kits. Set amidst the splendour of Glen Affric often described as the most beautiful Glen in Scotland and home to the few remnants of ancient Caledonian Pine,Guisachan forms the perfect backdrop for exploring this hidden gem of the highlands on foot,by car or by bike. Relax your pace along the many lanes, forested tracks and pathways on your doorstep to contemplate the breathtaking scenery and to spot some of the local flora and fauna rare orchids,dragonflies,deer,badgers,osprey,black grouse,golden eagle,red squirrels,otters,pine martens & barn owls.


Aviemore, Highland, Scotland

From £582 Availability

Our ABI Ashcroft new 2015 is located at Aviemore Holiday Park, a 10 min walk from the train station and the centre of Aviemore which is a busy thriving community, there is an onsite restaurant/bar and the site is only a 5 min walk to the nearest Italian restaurant ,Indian restaurants and chip shop. Accomodation The accommodation comprises a comfortable open plan kitchen/dining /lounge with French doors out to the decking area, lounge area has large L shaped sofa ample seating for 6 also with a 32" flat screen TV, freesat box and a DVD player, the lounge also incorporates a wall mounted electric heater with living flame option for that cozy glow even when fire not required to be on. Dining area has table and seats for 4. The well appointed kitchen has a gas cooker with hob, oven and separate grill, integrated microwave and integrated fridge freezer, kettle, toaster, cutlery, crockery and pots, pans, glasses and utensils, everything that you will need to make meals for all your family needs. Sleeps 6, There are 2 bedrooms. The master bedroom includes a king size bed, has large wardrobe and shelf space, ample drawer space, above headboard storage, dressing table with stool mirror and an en-suite. The second bedroom has twin beds, wardrobe, under bed storage and above headboard storage. There is also a double lift out sofa bed in the lounge. Other facilities include shower room Quatity bedding and towels provided It is double glazed and centrally heated throughout. Gas and electric included in price Outside there is a decking area to front and side There is a 6' x 6' shed to rear for additional storage for skis, ski boots, bikes etc.. WIFI available at a small daily fee purchased through the site access Location Aviemore Holiday Park is based closed to the city centre and offers access to all local services and amenities including restaurants, hotel, post office, bus transport, train station, fishing, bike hire, golf, tennis and bowls. There is also a great convenience store not too far from the site. The famous river Spey runs through the site and reasonably priced fishing permits are available from reception. There is a coin operated washing machine and drier on site also a beauty and therapy salon beside the reception. The area is great for lovers of the great outdoors. Walkers, cyclists, bird watchers and fishermen will be impressed by the spectacular scenery. Golfers are spoilt for choice here. Aviemore hosted a very highly rated golf course, and there are several others in the vicinity. Nethy Bridge. Abernethy Golf Club. Carrbridge. Carrbridge Golf Club. Grantown on Spey Golf Club. Aviemore. Spey Valley Golf Club. The tourist centre of the Highlands, Aviemore is also the main area for winter sports, hillwalking and climbing, watersports and outdoor sports of all kinds are catered for. It is a bustling town with a swimming pool (with flumes), and activity centre for all ages. There are cafes, shops, restaurants, pubs and clubs. Also in the area: Landmark Activity Centre Highland Wildlife Park Distilleries Amusement Arcade, Fishing, Indoor Pool, Takeaway, The Osprey Centre at Loch Garten Local Amenities Cycle Hire, Scenic Walks, Watersports, Nature Reserve, Golf Course, Amusements, Pubs and Clubs, Takeaway, Fishing, Historical Attractions, Indoor Pool, Summary Size Sleeps up to 6, 2 bedrooms Rooms lounge/kitchen/dining, 2 bedrooms, 1 en-suite, family shower room Nearest Amenities 10 mins Family friendly Great for children of all ages, play area onsite. Notes No smoking at this property, for dogs please contact owners


Brora, Highland, Scotland

From £402 Availability

Balranald Shepherds Huts are just outside the quiet village of Brora in the Highlands of Scotland.  The hut sleeps up to three with one double bed and a single bunk.  A log burner keeps the hut cosy with wood supplied..  A kettle and toaster with crockery  as well as all bedding is supplied in each hut.   Sitting right next to the huts is the bothy, with basic kitchen facilities, cooker/oven, microwave and fridge.  The toilet and shower area benefit from underfloor heating.  All towels supplied. Outside is a seating area with use of a gas bbq and additional benches and fire pit for those wanting a slightly more adventurous evening, perhaps even catching the northern lights. The cost is per hut, dogs are very welcome £4 per dog per night to be paid on arrival, a maximum of two per hut.  There is a travel cot and bedding available if needed.. Just five minutes off the A9 on the NC500 route. This is a superb location for a walking, driving, cycling, fishing or golfing holiday.  The local Clynelish Distillery is just a stones throw away and does tours throughout the year.  Alternatively you may just wish to enjoy the peace and quiet! Brora is a short twenty minute walk away with a choice of shops and eating places.  Bikes available too. Should you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us -  we will do our utmost to help


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.


Lairg, Highland, Scotland

From £420 Availability

Star Cabin is located in Lairg, Sutherland. It sleeps 2 in a double bedroom. It has a small kitchen with a kettle, toaster and microwave and all crockery and cutlery is provided. It does not have a cooker or oven. There are many forest walks in Lairg and the surrounding areas with one directly behind Star Cabin. The Ferrycroft Visitor centre is a 1 minute walk from Star Cabin and is full of displays and information regarding Lairg and sutherland. A local shop and Fuel station are 5 mins walk


Boat Of Garten, Highland, Scotland

From £432 Availability

A new chalet that is beautifully furnished, a lovely place to relax and a great base to explore the area. Beautifully furnished, a lovely place to relax and a great base to explore the area. Sleeps 4 - 1 double and 1 twin room Family bathroom with full size walk in shower. 2 medium sized well behaved dog welcome. (site policy, no dogs are left unattended in the lodge). Our chalet has: gas cooker, microwave, fridge, kettle, toaster, gas fire, gas central heating, Smart TV, DVD player (and a selection of DVD's), pots & pans, cooking utensils, crockery, cutlery, glasses, linen & towels are provided. Gas & electricity included in the price. Chairs and small tables for the decking area. There is also a hut at the back of the lodge to store your sport equipment etc. Parking for 1 car, additional cars can be parked close by. Laundry & Drying facilities on site. Strictly no Stag or Hen parties. A well stocked shop is located in the village, Hotel, restaurant, coffee shops & post office in the village. Things to do in the area: Cycling, mountain biking, walking, climbing, fishing, golfing, sailing, kayaking, paddle boarding, skiing, bird watching. Aviemore 6 miles The Speyside Way Long Distance Walk. Strathspey Railway. Loch Morlich is 15 mins by car. Landmark Forrest Adventure Park in Carrbridge (approx 4 miles). Beautiful beaches at Findhorn & Nairn (approx 40 mins by car). And much more.


Croy, Highland, Scotland

From £700 Availability

The 5 star-rated Lodges at the Mains are unique contemporary properties situated not far from the City of Inverness. At the end of a private drive and nestled in a woodland setting these striking properties have been built from untreated larch. Architecturally-designed to ensure a carbon neutral build, the properties utilise the latest green technology including solar panels and ground source heat pumps. The lodges have many outstanding features including under floor heating on all levels, multi room sound system, Wi-Fi, a wood burning stove, relaxing whirlpool bath area, bespoke furniture made by a local craftsman and natural materials throughout. Situated between an ancient native birch wood and an attractive lochan teeming with wildlife, these eco-lodges are the perfect escape if you enjoy watching birds, badgers, deer and hares in luxurious comfort, just outside your window.

Affleck - Moniack Lodges 4

Inverness, Highland, Scotland

Affleck - Moniack Lodges From £896 Availability

Set within easy reach of Inverness - the Gateway to the Highlands and the start of the fantastic North Coast 500 route - and within the friendly rural settlement of Moniack, our two-bedroomed lodge enjoys a peaceful location, backed by tall trees, on the banks of a stream - Moniack burn. Cosy Affleck Lodge has a welcoming, comfortable atmosphere, is furnished to a high standard, is equipped for up to four guests and has everything needed for an enjoyable holiday. Affleck lodge - Sunny aspect - Open-plan sitting room, kitchen and dining area - Two comfortable bedrooms - An ideal retreat for a family or friends travelling together - A great base to discover the beautiful Scottish Highlands. Outdoors - A woodland garden, perfect for enjoying a picnic lunch or an evening glass of wine, as well as being a fabulous place for children to play; Spot the regular garden visitors – pine marten, red squirrels, woodpeckers, badgers... Local area and visitor destinations - Reelig Glen Tall Trees Trail, just a short stroll away, will be a favourite for all of the family and four-legged friends alike; Ideally situated for visiting local attractions - Loch Ness, Glen Affric, Urquhart Castle, Culloden battlefield, the Black Isle; Perfect location for taking part in a wide range of outdoor activities; A short drive away from Beauly and Inverness city shops, take-aways, restaurants and entertainment! Dogs Stay for Free! Four-legged friends are most welcome at Moniack Lodges - up to two dogs accommodated by arrangement. See our booking contract for additional dog and guest information, before booking. NOTE - Affleck's Garden: A stone dyke (low wall) & gate form the western (roadside) boundary of the garden. There are fences to the southern & northern boundaries. There is, however, no fence at the water's edge; the stream (Moniack Burn) forms the eastern boundary of the garden - therefore, supervision of children is particularly important within the woodland grounds and, especially, when close to the waterway.