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73 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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Heron Lodge 4

North Kessock, Highland, Scotland

Heron Lodge From £950 Availability

Heron Lodge is a detached lodge located near North Kessock in the Scottish Highlands. It has two bedrooms comprising of a king size with an en-suite a twin room with zip link beds, there is also a family bathroom, the property can sleep four people. Also inside there is an open plan living area with a kitchen, a dining area and a sitting area with a woodburning stove. To the outside there is a veranda with furniture, a barbecue and a hot tub. Heron Lodge is a high quality lodge in a great spot for a peaceful break in Scotland.

Iona 6

Strontian, Highland, Scotland

Iona From £399 Availability

Iona is a quality detached cabin near Strontian, with wonderful views over Loch Sunart. The cabin is single-storey property with a double and a twin room and a room with single and additional stacker bed, a bathroom and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside is off road parking, and a front deck with furniture and wonderful loch views, as well as a shared lawn. Iona is on an ideal part of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula to enjoy this area's wildlife, walking and fishing, or for exploring Fort William, Glencoe or the Isle of Mull.

Jura 4

Strontian, Highland, Scotland

Jura From £409 Availability

Jura is a quality detached cabin near Strontian, with wonderful views over Loch Sunart. The cabin is single-storey property with a double and a twin room, a bathroom and an open plan living area with kitchen, dining area and sitting area. Outside is off road parking, and a front deck with furniture and wonderful loch views, as well as a shared lawn. Jura is on an ideal part of the Ardnamurchan Peninsula to enjoy this area's wildlife, walking and fishing, or for exploring Fort William, Glencoe or the Isle of Mull.

Larchfield Chalet 1 6

Strathpeffer, Highland, Scotland

Larchfield Chalet 1 From £240 Availability

This is a custom built timber chalet in an elevated position overlooking the little spa town of Strathpeffer. It provides bright, airy accommodation and is warm and welcoming. There are three spacious and comfortable bedrooms; one twin, accessed by a loft ladder, perfect for children wanting an exciting hideaway, a double on the ground floor and a further single bedroom on the ground floor. The open plan living area has a fitted kitchen, dining and sitting area with doors to a veranda with furniture and a shared gravel area. This is an unusual property in a great location ready to take advantage of the diverse opportunities in this part of Scotland.

Larchfield Chalet 2 4

Strathpeffer, Highland, Scotland

Larchfield Chalet 2 From £288 Availability

This is a lovely custom-built timber chalet that offers bright, well-maintained accommodation and is warm and welcoming. It is an unusual alternative to a traditional cottage. The accommodation is set out on the ground floor and the chalet has two bedrooms; one double and one twin room. The fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting room are on open plan and the sitting room has doors to a veranda with furniture. Along with the veranda there is a shared gravel area and the property enjoys an elevated position overlooking Strathpeffer with superb views. This property is well placed to take advantage of all the amenities and attractions this lovely part of the world has to offer all year round.

Liathach 6

Newtonmore, Highland, Scotland

Liathach From £334 Availability

Liathach is a lovely log cabin situated on Glentruim Estate, near Newtonmore in the Scottish Highlands. It hosts three bedrooms; one bunk, one double and a twin room to sleep six people in total. There is an open-plan living area comprising a kitchen, dining area and sitting area with a gas fire. There is a veranda outside with decking and a seating area looking out over fantastic countryside views. Liathach is ideal for families and friends to discover a glorious part of Scotland.

Loch Ness 5

Arisaig, Highland, Scotland

Loch Ness From £559 Availability

This cosy lodge provides the perfect getaway location for families, couples or friends. With stunning sea views to Skye, a well stocked shop in Arisaig (1 mile) and only minutes from the lovely beaches in the area you are really going to love your stay here. This property sleeps 5 guests between a double bedroom and a triple bedroom. The property has property has a TV, a fully equipped kitchen, including automatic washing machine and microwave oven. Located close to Arisaig, a popular village on the West Coast of Scotland along the famous Road to the Isles. The Road to the Isles links Fort William and Mallaig (situated 35 and 8 miles from the site respectively). From Mallaig, there is a daily ferry on to the Small Isles, Isle of Skye and the Knoydart Peninsula. Kinneddar Lodges are an ideal base those looking to enjoy living on the West Coast, an area renowned for outdoor activities such as walking, fishing, sailing, cycling, climbing - and all in stunning scenery. The lodges are close to Traigh Golf Course, which is a 9-hole course on a line of grassy hills, presenting golfers with the traditional challenges of a classic seaside links course. The course is located less than 2 miles away. In addition, only a short drive away, are the famous beaches of Camasdarach beach and the Silver Sands of Morar - a location that has featured in many Scottish movies, including Bill Forsyth's 1983 film "Local Hero". Further amenities are available 8 miles to the North in the thriving port village of Mallaig, where visitors can soak up the atmosphere of a working fishing port and can take a boat to explore surrounding areas such as Loch Nevis and the Knoydart peninsula. Mallaig is also the final stop for the famous Jacobite Steam Train. There are a number of local amenities in both Arisaig and Mallaig, including banking facilities, restaurants, shops, garage and swimming pool.

Log Cabin near Fort William (17mls W) 5

Glenfinnan, Highland, Scotland

Log Cabin near Fort William (17mls W) From £512 Availability

This wonderful lodge nestles in a spectacular riverside setting with magnificent views and tranquil surroundings. You can relax and enjoy the wildlife including golden eagles black throated divers and red deer. Nearby attractions include the 1745 Jacobite Rebellion monument and Glenfinnan which lies on the scenic Road to the Isles from Fort William to Mallaig. You could travel by the Jacobite steam train along the Victorian railway which travels over the 21-arch Glenfinnan Viaduct and Loch Shiel both made famous by the Harry Potter films. The Nevis Range is within driving distance as are the Ben Nevis Distillery Fort William and the glorious beaches of Arisaig and Acharacle. On entering this delightful property you will find yourself in the attractive and welcoming open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The comfy and inviting lounge is ideal for relaxing in with beautiful views as well as TV DVD and patio doors which lead out onto the spacious balcony. The dining area is perfectly positioned again offering charming views. Heading over to the elegantly designed kitchen area you will find it fully equipped with electric oven fridge/freezer washing machine microwave and a useful large storage area ideal for outdoor boots and clothing. Exploring this cosy accommodation further you will find three comfy bedrooms. There s a double room one twin and a single bedroom. You will also find a shower room complete with WC. Stepping outside you can sit back and enjoy the magnificent riverside setting from the spacious wrap-around balcony which is complete with patio furniture and which overlooks the glorious River Slatach and offers views of the mountains beyond.

Log Cabin near Isle of Skye 4

Portree, Highland, Scotland

Log Cabin near Isle of Skye From £667 Availability

Perfectly positioned by the banks of the splendid Loch Portree enjoying spectacular sea views over the world famous Cuillin Range and the beautiful Isle of Rassay. Nestled in wonderful location just a short walk to the centre of the picture post card town of Portree. The town boasts excellent leisure facilities including the Fingal Centre with swimming pool and gym. Aros Visitor and Cultural Centre that runs regular film screenings theatres and concerts. Portree also has a unique shopping experience with an array of independent and quirky shops. Numerous quality eateries and friendly pubs. Enjoy a trip to Talisker Whisky distillery Dunvegan Castle and Gardens or the magical fairy pools at Glenbrittle in this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Entering the stylish bespoke single-storey detached lodge from the spacious mature garden into the porch the perfect place to store all of your outdoor clothing. Head through to the stylish open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner with magnificent views over Loch Portree. The lounge area with fantastic sea views with French doors leading out to the balcony is the perfect place to relax after a day out exploring the wonderful local area and perhaps watch a great movie on the Smart TV or listen to your music on the Bluetooth sound bar. The well-equipped kitchen is the ideal place to cook up a storm with electric oven and hob microwave fridge/freezer and also benefits from a very handy washer/dryer. Enjoy romantic meals in the comfortable dining area and admire the spectacular sea loch views over the Isle of Rassay and the world famous Cuillin Mountain Range. Next is the spacious shower room with large shower and WC. Followed by two lovely light and bright double bedrooms with ample storage space. Finally completing the accommodation is the handy storage room. Venturing outside to the spacious beautiful mature garden with seating area perfect for al fresco dining or lazing evening star gazing across the splendid Loch Portree. Ample private off-road parking is available at the rear of the lodge.

Log Cabin near Isle of Skye 4

Portree, Highland, Scotland

Log Cabin near Isle of Skye From £594 Availability

This luxurious property is nestled in an elevated position on a beautiful working croft with breath-taking views over the MacLeod s Tables and the Trotternish Ridge. Within easy reach of Uig with its splendid bay that is home to the ferry terminal to the Outer Hebrides or enjoy a wildlife boat trip and spot puffins seals sea eagles and perhaps even whales. The islands capital of Portree is close at hand with its excellent range of leisure and shopping facilities quality eateries and beautiful colourful harbour. Take a tour around Talisker Distillery. Enjoy a trip to the magical fairy pools at Glenbrittle. Visit Dunvegan castle and gardens explore coral beach The Old Man of Stor and the spectacular Cuillin range. Entering the bespoke single-storey lodge into the hall through to the stylish open-plan lounge/kitchen/diner. The lounge with wonderful valley and mountain views and French doors leading out to the fully enclosed balcony is the perfect place to relax after a day out exploring the amazing local area and perhaps watch a great movie on the Smart TV or listen to your music on the Bluetooth sound bar. The bespoke well-equipped kitchen is the ideal place to cook up a storm with electric oven and gas hob microwave fridge/freezer Dualit espresso coffee machine and dishwasher. Enjoy romantic or family meals in the comfortable dining area and admire the spectacular valley views over the MacLeod s Tables. Continuing back through the hall you will find the delightful double bedroom with TV and well appointed en-suite Jack and Jill shower room and WC that can also be accessed from the hall. Next is the twin zip-and-link bedroom (which can be made up as a super-king-size on request) with TV and magnificent valley views also with en-suite shower room and WC. Finally completing the accommodation is the handy utility room with washer/dryer and ample storage space. Venturing outside onto the fully enclosed balcony perfect for al fresco dining or an evening stargazing across the MacLeod s Tables and the Trotternish Ridge. There is ample private off-road parking available to the side of the lodge.

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