Scotland has plenty of timber and space - ideal for log cabins. A particular feature of log cabins in Scotland tends to be the views, rather than the hot tubs, favoured further south. Lodges are available in both the Lowlands and Highlands of Scotland.
It is important to appreciate the distinction between the two areas. The Lowlands offers fertile farming country, relatively gentle hills and easy access from England. After the central belt which covers Glasgow and Edinburgh, the scenery takes a turn for the more spectacular. Loch Lomond leads you up to Fort William and Oban, with ferries to the Western Isles.Further north the roads are often single track with passing places, which can be daunting until you get accustomed to the rhythm of stopping and passing.
The east or Northern Scotland hosts the distilleries of Speyside, plus Aviemore, Inverness, and spectacular castles like Dunrobin, not far from the ultimate golf course of Dornoch, which would host the Open championship if there were only some hotels nearby.
Scotland has two National Parks, the wild and often bleak Cairngorms and the more accessible Loch Lomond and the Trossachs
One cautionary note on a log cabin holiday in Scotland relates to timing. Summer evenings can be lovely so far north, with days stretching past 11pm. But that has encouraged a particularly bloodthirsty variety of midge which can make your life a misery. Late Spring is an ideal time to visit Scotland.