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Scottish Highlands Lodges

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Bunroy Lodges
Welcome to Bunroy Holiday Lodges...  ...a haven of peace in the heart of The Highlands, surrounded by breathtaking mountains and glens, yet within easy reach of...
Appin Holiday Homes
Self catering lodges   , cottages   and lochside caravans in the district of Appin midway between Oban and Fort William on the West...
Highgarry Lodges and Highgarry Cottage - Scottish Highlands
Highgarry Lodges. Offers peace and tranquillity in an idyllic rural location well away from any major roads, and has been awarded 3 Stars by the Scottish tourist Board....
Clachaig Holidays, Glencoe
Situated in and around Glencoe, the most famous and scenic glen in the Scottish Highlands, all our self catering cottages, chalets and lodges provide the very best of...
Lagnakeil Highland Lodges
Welcome to Lagnakeil Lodges A truly unique and unrivalled location for a self-catering holiday near Oban. This beautiful Scottish land of mountains, lochs and...
Toll Bridge Lodge
This is a special cottage set in a private, peaceful location; The falls of feugh. Banchory is a pleasant burgh, on the north bank of the river Dee, with golf courses,...
Highland Lodges
We are situated in a remote part of the Scottish Highlands, combined with forest and loch location, this is truly a holiday for the nature lover.     Two...
Kilcoy Chalets
A n ideal base for couples sightseeing and touring both the north and west coasts of the Scottish Highlands All our self catering holiday accommodation chalets are...
Resipole Holiday Park
For that special place where you can relax and unwind, Resipole is well positioned to enjoy the peace, the silence and the stunning views. On the Ardnamurchan...
Great Glen Holidays
Welcome to Great Glen Holidays - Self Catering Scottish Country Cottage Accommodation, Riding Holidays and Trout Fishing near Fort William, Highlands of Scotland. ...
Airdeny Chalets
Welcome!    Our seven comfy cottages offer the perfect hideaway in beautiful Western Scotland. Choose from two-bedroom or three-bedroom timber chalets,...
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Nothing illustrates the remoteness and romance of the Scottish Highlands quite like a lodge accommodation.  Lodges are the consummate way to enjoy a relaxing holiday in the rugged Highlands, whether you long for a classic sporting vacation or just a retreat from the hustle and bustle of the lowlands.  Essentially, there are two types of lodge accommodation in the Highlands:  those which are small, cabin-like accommodation, perfect for individuals, couples, or small families; and those which are large, luxurious buildings generally situated upon an estate, and often with service and catering included.  Either type will provide you with a memorable holiday stay located in some of the most beautiful scenery in the world.

Small highland lodges are often part of a holiday park, in which you will find several similar types of accommodation.  Even when part of a park, lodges are usually placed in such a way to provide the guest with the ultimate view and a great deal of privacy.  Lodge parks strive to offer visitors peace and quiet and will often be found along rivers or by the side of a loch.  Visitors are generally given a choice of accommodation size upon booking, anywhere from a tiny cabin sleeping two to larger log cabins sleeping 6 to 10 people.  Log-burning fireplaces, a small park store, and laundry facilities are just some of the amenities which you can find with your Scottish Highland lodge accommodation.  Some lodges, even though smaller in size than great estate lodges, will still offer luxury perks like hot tubs, barbeques, and saunas.  Lodges are different from cottages and other types of self-catering as they tend to be built from stone and timber and offer all the architectural details one associates with a lodge accommodation.  Perfect for your Scottish Highland holiday, these lodges do not skimp on eye-appeal, amenities, or location.  Whether in a lodge park, or in a remote lodge located farther away, you are sure to find yourself in a peaceful, beautiful, restful holiday location, surrounded by glistening streams and sparkling rivers, majestic lochs, and lofty mountains.  You will be able to come and go as you please, while enjoying cosy, luxurious accommodation.

Larger lodge accommodation is also available in the Scottish Highlands, perfect for groups, family gatherings, or sporting outings.  These lodges, often part of an estate, will be beautifully appointed with classic Highland décor, and will usually offer some type of catering service, if desired.  Of course, self-catering is always an option, too.  When staying in a large Highland lodge, guests are often provided the services of fishing guides or ghillies, sometimes at an extra cost.  Sporting estates and hunting lodges are found all throughout the Scottish Highlands, and they are a wonderful destination for a luxury weekend, a short break, or a longer, seasonal stay.  Some of the large lodges date back to the Victorian era, when the Scottish Highlands were romanticized by Queen Victoria, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Burns.  These lodges are the quintessential Highland accommodation, especially if you are visualizing a neo-gothic, stone and wood, almost castle-like dwelling nestled amongst the Scots pines, reflected in the nearby loch, and swathed in tartan, rich leather, and stag trophies as your next holiday destination.  Here, you can sit back and relax with a boutique single malt whisky and easily imagine what it is like to be Laird!

Highland lodges, large and small, are perfect accommodation if you just want to kick back and relax.  However, they will also provide a wonderful variety of activities for you to indulge in, whether as part of the park or estate, or in conjunction with nearby activity centres.  Your highland lodge is the perfect base camp for fishing, shooting, and stalking, but also for mountain biking, walking and hiking, cycling, quad biking, skiing, and water sports.  As you plan your Highland holiday, check with your lodge accommodation when booking to find out what kinds of activities are offered there or nearby.  Make your reservation today for a traditional Highland lodge accommodation and discover the romance and beauty of the majestic Scottish Highlands

Scottish Highland Lodges are a great way for you and your family to holiday in the Scottish Highlands, Lodges vary in size from a small cabin to a luxurious Lodge to accommodate all you Scottish Highlands holiday requirements.

Often Scottish Highlands Lodges will be equipped with all the items you would expect to have a great Scottish Highlands Holiday, many Scottish Highlands Lodge will be on a complex with ameneties from Shops, Pubs, restaurants to Sports complexes.