Holidays Lodges to let in Scotland
We have 7 Holiday Lodges in Scotland. Here are just a few of the fantastic holiday lodges in Scotland. To find lodges, chalets and bungalows in a specific area just use the Area Links to the right.
Braidhaugh Park in Crieff,
Perthshire & Kinross. Situated on the banks of the River Earn, with beautiful mountain views, Braidhaugh Park is only a 10 minute walk from Crieff town centre, where you will find a selection of traditional shops, artists' galleries and restaurants.
Chalet 8 in Oban,
Argyll. Oban, a lively town on Scotland's west coast, nestles in the surrounding hills, curved round Oban Bay. The town has much to offer, from restaurants and shops to bars and boutiques. Be sure to take a trip to the Oban Distillery, in the town centre. Further afield is the Scottish Sealife Centre. Visit Lismore, a tiny isle reached by ferry and boasting an abundance of wildflowers and birdlife, or head to the Mull of Kintyre peninsula for some excellent golf, superb sandy beaches, or fascinating castles.
Chalet 7 in Oban,
Argyll. Oban sits in the hills which surround Oban Bay, on Scotland's beautiful west coast. Oban has a good range of facilities, including bars and restaurants, shops and boutiques.
The Laggan Drey
The Laggan Drey in Fort William,
Highlands. The Cairngorms National Park is not only the United Kingdom's biggest National Park it is undoubtedly one of our most spectacular. The quiet village of Laggan is right in the middle of the Cairngorms National Park and is flanked by both the Monadhliath and Grampian mountains so it's no surprise that there are plenty of opportunities to get close to nature in this stunning part of the country. Red deer, red squirrels, golden eagles and rare Osprey all call Laggan home. For those that like to get their adrenaline pumping there's the Laggan Wolftrax bike trails close by and for those that like to take it a bit easier there's walking, fishing, bird-watching, golf, horse and pony riding and cycling.
Recroy in Lochinver,
Highlands. The small crofting township of Nedd (An Nead - Gaelic for nest) is situated on the north coast of the parish of Assynt. Ancient native woods surround Nedd, which overlooks Loch Nedd, a sea loch that’s home to a wide variety of sea birds, seals and otters which appear occasionally. The famous colony of puffins at Handa Island is nearby. Nedd is an excellent base for hill walkers and climbers who are keen to explore Quinag, Suilven, Canisp, Benn Stack, Arkle, Ben More Assynt, and Foinaven. Trout and salmon fishing and stalking is available by arrangement on the many hill lochs for fishing enthusiasts. The Stoer Lighthouse, the renowned garden of Kerrachar, the caves of Assynt and the incredible geological feature of 'Moine Thrust', are all within easy reach of the holiday destination of Nedd.
Glen Dessary in Fort William,
Highlands. Fort William and the surrounding area offers literally hundreds of different walking and cycling routes with varying levels of difficulty so whether you are a rambling pro or a novice bike rider they'll be something for you to try your hand at.
Ardlui Retreat in Ardlui,
Stirlingshire. Located within several acres of private lochside grounds, these spacious Scandinavian timber cabins offer four star accommodation ideal for outdoor enthusiasts and families. Each includes a double and twin bedroom, bathroom, fully-fitted kitchen, comfortable lounge with flat-screen Sky TV, fold-down double bed and outdoor decking with furniture.