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Stunning scenery, from mountain to glen, remote isles to lively cities, Scotland makes for a great holiday experience. Whether it's 'bagging' a munroe or swimming in a loch, spotting red deer or bird watching, exploring the forests or whisky tasting there is so much to offer.

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Taynuilt, Argyll, Scotland

From £291 Availability

Our seven comfy cottages offer the perfect hideaway in beautiful Western Scotland.

Choose from two-bedroom or three-bedroom timber chalets, each decked out with everything you could possibly need. Although when you have views like ours, you don't need much.

Nestled in 3.5 acres, the chalets look up towards the spectacular Ben Cruachan and over Glen Etive. We have our own bluebell wood and are often visited by a myriad of wildlife.


Brodick, Isle of Arran, Scotland

From £560 Availability

Auchrannie has grown from a 16 bedroom guest house in 1988 to a resort now comprising two 4 star hotels with 64 rooms, thirty 5 star self-catering luxury lodges, three iconic restaurants, a shop, two leisure clubs with pools and a childrens 'Playbarn' . Auchrannie is still developing and recently approved plans including 40 more bedrooms and a destination spa.


Beauly, Highland, Scotland

From £225 Availability

Just 15 minutes drive from Loch Ness, the self catering Lodges are a convenient touring base from which to visit many parts of the Highlands. Within easy reach are the Isle of Skye, John O'Groats, Speyside and of course the Black Isle. There are shops, hotels and restaurants only short distances away in nearby villages.


Fort William, Highland, Scotland

From £395 Availability

Our Chalets are centrally heated and double-glazed with fully fitted kitchen including dishwasher (Nevis & Locheil only), fridge-freezer and microwave.

Linen and towels are provided and all beds have hypoallergenic duvets and pillows. King-size bed in master bedroom. Video below shows the Nevis master bedroom but the Locheil is almost identical. Ironing and hairdrying equipment is supplied.

Overlooking the loch, the lounge has a 21" remote control flat screen TV/DVD, luxurious leather sofas and patio doors onto a balcony overlooking beautiful gardens or loch.


Comrie, Perthshire, Scotland

From £502 Availability

The Highland Heather Lodges have been designed for the 21st century with every convenience in mind and have bright, very comfortable and stylish interiors. The one and two bedroom lodges have open plan living/dining room/kitchens, utility room, wet rooms. All lodges have full kitchens with dishwashers and microwaves and gas central heating. Auto washer/dryer, colour TV, video/DVD sound system are also supplied.

The one bedroom lodges have a gallery bedroom with magnificent views. Both the two and one bedroom lodges have decks in picturesque shared grounds with furniture and gas barbeques, and their own private outdoor hot tub.

An outdoor timber cabin contains an infra red sauna which offers remarkable healing benefits.

The lodges can be booked separately as a one bedroom or two bedroom or linked together with double interconnecting doors which opens to allow one three bedroom lodge accommodating six in comfort. Bed linen and towels are provided. See below to see more details and pictures of our luxury lodges.


Aberfoyle, Stirlingshire, Scotland

From £382 Availability

Our Cabins are set exclusively within Forestry Commission estates in beautiful woodland and lochside locations, each with its own unique character offering the perfect setting for a relaxed holiday. We have Cabin sites in Cornwall, Gloucestershire, North Yorkshire and Scotland.

NEW - We are also introducing Forest Retreats at Deerpark and Strathyre as well as upgrading all of our standard Evergreen Cabins to luxurious Silver Birch and Golden Oak Cabins.

We offer relaxing midweek and weekend breaks away and week long holidays, so whatever length break you are looking for, we are sure that we have the perfect Forest Holiday for you.


Tomich, Highland, Scotland

From £275 Availability

Superb 4 star cottages and 3 star woodland lodges on an environmentally managed working farm. Properties are regularly updated and prices are inclusive of heating, electricity, hot water and facilities. Pets are very welcome and families will love the heated indoor swimming pool. To explore further afield, you can hire bikes, maps and wildlife kits. Set amidst the splendour of Glen Affric often described as the most beautiful Glen in Scotland and home to the few remnants of ancient Caledonian Pine,Guisachan forms the perfect backdrop for exploring this hidden gem of the highlands on foot,by car or by bike. Relax your pace along the many lanes, forested tracks and pathways on your doorstep to contemplate the breathtaking scenery and to spot some of the local flora and fauna rare orchids,dragonflies,deer,badgers,osprey,black grouse,golden eagle,red squirrels,otters,pine martens & barn owls.


Stornoway Isle Of Lewis, Na h-Eileanan an Iar, Scotland

From £455 Availability

Our cosy one bedroom chalet can comfortably sleep two people if required it can sleep four by means of a sofa bed, the property is located centrally for ferry and airport connections, the property boasts Wi-Fi and smart TV in the dining area and bedroom, the shower room consists of shower toilet and wash hand basin. the views from the property over look Arnish Point and Lower Sandwick, take a seat out on the patio area and watch the Clansman Ferry come in.


North Queensferry, Fife, Scotland

From £440 Availability

The cabin is located in North Queensferry, a small, picturesque village and home to the three iconic Forth Bridges, including the rail bridge which is a World Heritage Site. The cabin has uninterrupted views down the River Forth, including the historic islands of Inchcolm and Inchkeith, all the way to North Berwick, over 30 miles away. Though in a rural setting, the cabin is only 12 miles from central Edinburgh. It is set in the owner's large, private garden and offers seclusion in a quiet location, visited by wildlife, including deer and pheasants. A winding, sometimes steep, private path leads directly to the beach and the Fife Coastal Path. The wooden Cabin is newly refurbished and is well equipped, with Wi-Fi and television, radio and CD palyer, fridge/freezer, microwave oven and grill, electric hob, central heating and shower room. The deck in front of the cabin offers fantastic views, loungers, garden table and chairs and a firebox/barbeque. It has a coffee table, desk and chair, wardrobe, shelves, chest of drawers. Parking is secure and private. The Cabin is sited above the Fife Coastal Path, for walking, biking and horse riding. It goes all the way to St Andrews. This is an ideal location to visit historic and other visitor attractions from Stirling to St Andrews, including prime golf courses, picturesque villages in the East Neuk of Fife, and breathtaking coastal scenery. It has easy access to Edinburgh, an all-year-round tourist destination and the most popular tourist city in the UK after London. The highlight of the year is the Edinburgh International Festival in August. North Queensferry itself has two pubs, a restaurant and a café, all a ten minute walk away. There is a direct train service from Edinburgh to North Queensferry, then a short walk of 750 metres to the Cabin. Or, take the train to Inverkeithing and then a short taxi ride costing about £5. There is also a very regular bus service from Edinburgh and Edinburgh Airport (both 20-25 minutes) to the bus station at Ferry Toll, which is 1.5 miles distant. Buses from Ferry Toll also go to Dunfermline, St Andrews and other parts of Fife. An alternative route from the Airport is to take the new tram service to the rail station at Edinburgh Gateway and then the train to North Queensferry or Inverkeithing. Edinburgh Airport has many international and internal flights and budget flights.


Isle Of Lewis, Na h-Eileanan an Iar, Scotland

From £523 Availability

The two chalets, ‘Erisort’ and ‘Orisaigh’, are located within the village of Leurbost, in the North Lochs area of the Isle of Lewis, and a 10 minute drive from the main town of Stornoway. Built from Siberian larch timber, each chalet sleeps 4 persons. In addition to 2 spacious bedrooms, there is a fully fitted modern kitchen, a bathroom with shower, and a separate toilet. The open-plan dining and living room area commands extensive panoramic views over sea lochs and the hills of Lewis and Harris. Patio doors open onto an extensive decking area that is ideal for barbecues and outdoor dining. Both chalets provide wheelchair access and are suitable for individuals with impaired mobility. The chalets are fitted with modern appliances and a WIFI connection is also available. This is a truly inspirational place for all the family to enjoy their holiday and to return home with unforgettable memories of these magical Hebridean Isles. Each chalet has an adjacent dog kennel and separate outhouse, which provides washing and drying facilities. Separate parking is available directly outside the chalets, with sufficient space for several vehicles. A licensed local shop, and petrol station, is conveniently situated within a short drive or 15 minute walk. The shop offers an extensive range of groceries and fresh daily produce. In addition, the shop complex features a hairdressing salon and small cafeteria. As an additional attraction, guests will be able to enjoy the benefits of a well-fitted sheiling (bothy) called ‘Airidh Nisreabhal’, which is the Gaelic name for the nearby hill and loch situated in this majestic location. It is conveniently placed en-route to the famous and mystical ‘Callanish stones’ and is just a short 3 minute drive from the chalets. The sheiling provides an excellent vantage point for bird watchers and hillwalkers, or, alternatively, a place of tranquility and relaxation for surfers, fishermen, businessmen, honeymooners and indeed anyone else who would like to enjoy the peaceful island country life. The Chalet is fitted with an Electricity meter which can be topped up at the local shop 1.5 miles away.