Think about staying in a traditional log cabin during your holiday and what sort of thoughts come to mind? Well top of your agenda should be that the very experience of staying in such a lodge makes you feel closer to nature. Whether your cabin is perched on the side of the mountains, close to the coast or simply placed in the expanses of grass around the lochs, ultimately you will begin to feel the cobwebs blowing away.
What better place to chill and relax, forget about the hustle and bustle of the daily grind and get in touch with what is really important and valuable; Mother Nature at her very best.
The Highlands is a beauteous and bewitching place that makes one appreciate the raw appeal and breath-taking lure of the area. Not only do the Scottish Highlands come with their own eclectic history and tales of yore, but the many beaches, glens and local attractions will pleasantly occupy every member of your party, no matter their taste.
As well as the unbounded amount of natural and captivating nature surrounding you, there are plenty of towns and villages to explore, all with their own special mix of shops, crafts and eateries. Read More
So where might you find yourself meandering to when you are not lost in the many walks and cycle tracks which hint at adventure and exploration? Loch Ness is one of the most famous haunts of the area. Whether you picnic at the sides of the loch or take a boat trip looking for the famous monster, you will be mesmerised by the pure magic of the place.
Surrounded by many majestic mountains, you may be tempted to take a closer look at Ben Nevis. If energy is not your thing, then you can drive to the top. At the foot of the mountain is Fort William which brings with it all the delights of a busy and bustling town with plenty to see and do so make a day of it. The Scottish Highlands are very unique. After all, where else could you find this mix of castles, lochs, stunning landscapes and awesome mountains?
Add to this the delight of returning to a cosy log cabin at the end of the day to rest peacefully and you have a holiday that dreams are made of.