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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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Allt Lodge 6

Drumnadrochit, Loch Ness, Highland, Scotland

Allt Lodge From £991 Availability

Allt Lodge is a lovely lodge situated in Balnain, near Drumnadrochit, int he Scottish Highlands. Hosting three bedrooms: one ground-floor twin, one first-floor king-size with a balcony and a further twin, able to sleep a total of six guests. The ground-floor comes with a wet room, whilst the first-floor comes with a bathroom. Completing the interior is an open-plan living room with a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a woodburning stove and a utility. Outside has a lawned garden and decking area with furniture, as well as off-road parking for 4 cars. Allt Lodge is a wonderful choice for a rural retreat with your loved ones.

Arkaig Lodge 6

Spean Bridge, Highland,

Arkaig Lodge From £595 Availability

Arkaig Lodge sleeps up to 6 persons in three bedrooms:

Upstairs is one super king bedroom which can be converted into two twin beds and one double bedroom

And on the main floor there is one bunk bed room

The open plan Kitchen, dining and Living room on the main floor has huge unique windows on three sides opening the space up to the beautiful views surrounding it. With a well equipped kitchen with adequate cutlery and utensils and highland stoneware crockery and all the essentials including fitted ceramic hob, oven, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, kettle and more.

In the Lounge there is a real wood burning Charnwood stove, flat screen TV, DAB radio and a good selection of games and DVD’s. The lounge leads onto a large enclosed decking area overlooking the gardens and Loch Lochy a perfect place for a glass of wine in view of the sunset and also a safe play area for children and pets. Pets are also welcome at Riverside at no extra charge.

Aviemore Holiday Chalet 4

Aviemore, Highland, Scotland

Aviemore Holiday Chalet From £603 Availability

The ABI Sunningdale Static Holiday Home, provides all year round Self catering accommodation for up to 4 people. It is located in Aviemore Holiday Park, in a quiet location close to all amenities which are within 10 minutes walk to the town centre where you will find a wide range of shops and restaurants. The home is fully insulated with double glazing & central heating throughout providing modern, warm accommodation all year round. There are 2 bedrooms, one double with ensuite facilties including a bath. The other bedroom has twin beds There is also a family WC/Shower room. The holiday home has an open plan living/modern fully fitted kitchen and dining area. Facilities include a 32" flat screen digital TV, DVD player, a kitchen area with cooker, fridge/freezer, microwave oven and table and chairs to seat four people, We also offer a number of extra's to make your stay more enjoyable, including a selection of board games. Outside there is a large private decking area with patio table and chairs and an off road loc-bloc driveway which can accommodate one car. Bedding & towels are supplied.

Baillie 4

Inverness, Highland, Scotland

Baillie From £570 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).

Barn in The Highlands 4

Loch Ness, Highland, Scotland

Barn in The Highlands From £611 Availability

Situated on the Great Glen way route from Fort William to Inverness, the bustling village of Drumnadrochit is well known as the Nessie capital of Loch Ness because of its excellent Loch Ness Monster exhibitions. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy including climbing, hill walking, sailing, water sports, golf, horse riding, cycling and winter sports at the nearby Nevis Range. You can take a cruise on Loch Ness or visit the historic Urquhart Castle. It also offers a fine choice of bars, restaurants and shops, making it a popular destination and an excellent base for a Highland holiday. Inverness is just 16 miles away and offers a wide choice of restaurants, pubs, museums, theatres and shops. Enter this converted coach house and into the grand high ceilinged lounge/kitchen/diner which shows off the traditional layout along with a mezzanine balcony. On the right is the kitchen area which boasts a breakfast bar perfect for a morning fry up and electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and washing machine. The lounge area is the main focal point with a leather sofa perfectly situated in front of the wood burner and TV which makes for the ideal spot to relax and unwind after a day out exploring the highlands. There are also double sliding doors which head directly out onto the patio. Head up the spiral staircase to the mezzanine level which is great to sit and relax with a book or to play a few games from the choice on offer. To the right of the living area you will find a bunk bedroom to your left and next is the bathroom with bath and WC. Finally at the end of the hall is the double bedroom with en suite shower room and WC. Outside you will find a patio area with seating and views over the local stream. Private parking for three cars available.

Barn in The Highlands 10

Loch Ness, Highland, Scotland

Barn in The Highlands From £979 Availability

Situated on the Great Glen way route from Fort William to Inverness, the bustling village of Drumnadrochit is well known as the Nessie capital of Loch Ness because of its excellent Loch Ness Monster exhibitions. There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy including climbing, hill walking, sailing, water sports, golf, horse riding, cycling and winter sports at the nearby Nevis Range. You can take a cruise on Loch Ness or visit the historic Urquhart Castle. It also offers a fine choice of bars, restaurants and shops, making it a popular destination and an excellent base for a Highland holiday. Inverness is just 16 miles away and offers a wide choice of restaurants, pubs, museums, theatres and shops. Walking through the paved garden you will enter via the main side door which brings you into the hall which houses everything you need to store all your gear for the many walks and adventures you will have. Heading left we enter the traditional Scottish kitchen/diner equipped with everything needed for a large feast with electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge, dishwasher and table and chairs to enjoy your breakfast. Walk through the arch to the dining area which boast lovely views over the glen making mealtimes extra special and doors lead out to the terrace from here. At the end of the property through the dining area is the lounge which still retains many of the original characters that made this a classic Scottish home from centuries ago. There is comfy and Smart TV along with an open fire which creates a wonderful ambience any time of the day. Back in the main hallway we have the separate WC on the left through a hidden door. Heading down a few steps we have the first double room with views of the glen and a bathroom with shower over bath and WC. Then you will find three bedrooms, a large double which leads onto a Jack and Jill shower room with shower and WC, a double room with access to the Jack and Jill shower room. Then a further double bedroom with adjoining nursery with cot. Take a few steps up to the second lounge with comfy sofas in front of the wood burner and TV. From the second lounge head down a few stairs into the utility room with washing machine, tumble dryer and freezer. Heading back out of the second lounge head up to the first floor where you will find a small snug area with armchairs and balcony overlooking the glen. Outside you will find a terrace area at the front with majestic views with seating area, ideal to star gaze or watch the world go by. At the rear of the property is a garden area and ample private parking.

Barn in The Highlands 2

Beauly, Highland, Scotland

Barn in The Highlands From £342 Availability

Located in a rural setting near the town of Beauly and two miles from both Beauly and Muir of Ord, this traditional stone cottage is the perfect escape for two people. Conveniently placed for exploring both the Black Isle and Inverness, the property is well situated for keen walkers and those who are looking to do a bit of sightseeing. Various nearby attractions include Chanonry Point in Fortrose where you can spot the dolphins leaping out of the water; Glen Affric with a scenic walking route and nature reserve; Loch Ness where you can do some monster hunting for Nessie; and the River Beauly for keen fishermen (permits can be purchased locally in Beauly itself). The entrance to the cottage leads into the open plan kitchen/diner, which contains a small dining table for two guests. The kitchen is well equipped and contains an electric oven and hob, fridge with ice compartment, microwave and washing machine. The lounge features comfortable seating focused around a wood burner, with sliding patio doors that lead out to the garden. There are fantastic views of the Cromarty Firth in the distance, with open farmland surrounding the picture perfect scenery. The double bedroom is spacious and contains a ceiling at roof height, with skylights that let in plenty of natural light. The shower room with shower and WC is located next to the bedroom. The lawned garden outside is not enclosed but is private and of a good size. There is garden furniture on a small patio area where you can relax and enjoy the sunshine. The property is located beside farmland, where sheep are kept at various times throughout the year. The neighbouring property that is located behind the cottage is the owners' home, and guests have their own designated gravel parking area near the entrance door.

Baronial Mansion 10

Alness, Highland, Scotland

Baronial Mansion From £1774 Availability

This large holiday home is a magnificent, imposing Baronial mansion house, built-in 1890s, surrounded by mature woodland with access to a delightful river walk.

The house faces northeast and has an open view across fields, whilst the views from the drawing-room, and dining room, as well as the two main bedrooms, look east/south-east towards the Cromarty Firth.
 The house is divided into three sections with the main section available for letting on a self-catering basis for 10 adults.

The property has retained much of its historical charm, including turrets, parapets and decor that incorporates antique furnishings with the comforts of modern day living.

The entrance opens up into the great hall, which boasts a grand  piano and a large open fire. Moving through to the formal drawing room you'll find a comfortable seating area which is great for socializing.
 To the other side of the Hall can be found the grand dining room with a large gas fuelled log-fire and a large formal dining table to seat everyone.

More entertainment rooms include the TV lounge and a library bar which, in addition to the cocktail bar with fridge has a full-sized snooker table, darts board and a wide variety of books.  In addition there is an equipped gym with sauna and shower. There is also a delightfully bright and elegant music room housing a Bechstein grand piano ( key on request), electric organ and other musical instruments. The walls of the room carry the portriats and pictures of the past Lairds of the Dalmore Estate.  

If you want to cook up a banquet without any hassle, the spacious well-equipped kitchen has a gas cooker and oven, a microwave, twin fridge/freezers, wine fridge and a dishwasher.
 
There is long breakfast table with seating for eight guests for relaxed dining in front the wood burning stove. Adjacent is a laundry room with washing machine and drier.  Downstairs between the Hall and the dining room you'll also find the Arabian styled guest toilet.

Up the grand staircase onto the galleried landing there are five bedrooms, all with large windows allowing light to flood in. The first is an impressive master bedroom with a comfortable four-poster bed, an en-suite bathroom with a tiled walk in bath with shower over and a WC, and an en-suite dressing room.

Three more beautifully furnished bedrooms have double four-poster beds, one with an en-suite bathroom with a bath with a shower attachment, and another with en-suite  shower and a WC. The third four-poster room shares the bathroom with the family room having access from the corridor.

The family room includes twin beds as well as a single four-poster bed, with an en-suite family bathroom including a bath with a shower over and a WC. There is good wi-fi and bluetooth speakers in most rooms.

In addition larger groups may wish to use an additional private suite of two double bedrooms with shared shower/ WC room. Each bedroom is available for weekly rental with additional payment.

Private lawns surround this property and front of the dining room there is a sun terrace with outdoor furniture and tables and adjacent stands a covered pergola with gas fired BBQ and seating for 6.  

The garden features a children's play area with play equipment including a zip wire to keep them entertained.  There is also badminton and croquet for the slightly older guests. There is access to the surrounding woods with private steps down to the river offering delightful riverside walks  to the town , or the sea or the nearby eponymous distillery. Adjacent to the top of the steps is a viewpoint with seating offering a wonderful river view.

Set within 9 acres of grounds, including a large lawned area to the front and side and enclosed by woodlands. Access if the by the main drive, whilst the side drive is used by the housekeeper and residents of the other apartment. There is adequate parking for 6 cars.

It is located 20 miles north-west of Inverness, on the outskirts of Alness. There is a supermarket, shops and pubs in the village whilst Inverness have a greater range available. Ross-shire is known for its mild dry climate compared to the rest of Scotland. Dolphin watching is one of the main attractions of the area and can be seen in the Cromarty Firth, at Chanonry Point or in a Dolphin Watch boat.

Birdwatchers' Cabin 4

Golspie, Highland, Scotland

Birdwatchers' Cabin From £1027 Availability

A unique and cosy off grid beach line cabin nestled on the edge of Balblair woods in the Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve. Perfect for unwinding and taking in the nature all around or as a relaxing and comfortable stop over on your journey round the North Coast 500. We hope you enjoy the magic of the woods, the loch and all the creatures here. The most northerly estuary on Scotland's east coast, Loch Fleet is a large tidal basin surrounded by dunes, salt marsh and pine woods. whatever the season, this wide range of habitats supports a huge variety of wild life, making it a perfect place to visit all year round.

Blair Lodge 6

Spean Bridge, Highland,

Blair Lodge From £542 Availability

Blair Lodge sleeps up to 6 persons in three bedrooms:

Upstairs is one super king bedroom which can be converted into two twin beds and one double bedroom

And on the main floor there is one bunk bed room

The open plan Kitchen, dining and Living room on the main floor has huge unique windows on three sides opening the space up to the beautiful views surrounding it. With a well equipped kitchen with adequate cutlery and utensils and highland stoneware crockery and all the essentials including fitted ceramic hob, oven, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, kettle and more.

In the Lounge there is a real wood burning Charnwood stove, flat screen TV, DAB radio and a good selection of games and DVD’s. The lounge leads onto a large enclosed decking area overlooking the gardens and Loch Lochy a perfect place for a glass of wine in view of the sunset and also a safe play area for children and pets. Pets are also welcome at Riverside at no extra charge.