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Holiday Lodges, Chalets and Log Cabins in Scotland

Looking for a log cabin in Scotland? Whether you want to escape to a cosy romantic log cabin in the woods or a luxury lodge big enough for everyone, you'll find a huge choice of lodges and log cabins in Scotland.

Scotland is home to hundreds of forests, woodlands, lochs, and beautiful landscape spots that are the perfect location for a lodge or chalet getaway. If you're looking for a log cabin near Glasgow or Edinburgh, fancy a peaceful retreat in the Highlands or a refreshing stay by the sea, Scotland has it all for you to choose from. Keep reading for more inspiration and find out what you can expect from a cosy cabin in Scotland.

Choosing Your Log Cabin in Scotland

Choose between a rustic cabin or a contemporary lodge, bring the whole family or just the dog, get off the grid or keep the kids happy and stay connected to the world. However you want to escape to the Scottish countryside, here's how to choose your perfect cabin.

Luxury Lodges in Scotland

With all the style and facilities of a boutique hotel, Scotland's best luxury lodges offer up a home away from home - and much more. Luxury lodges in Scotland offer up:

  • Stylish interiors and huge comfy beds with luxury bedding
  • Outdoor hot tubs and indoor spa suites with saunas
  • Smart TVs, high speed WiFi and music systems
  • Wood burning stoves, open fires and underfloor heating
  • Great extras like BBQ areas, games rooms or your own pool

Budget and Affordable Log Cabins

Looking for good value or budget accommodation in Scotland? From lochside family-friendly chalet parks with onsite swimming pools and play areas, to quirky glamping cabins with firepits and off-grid eco huts, tipis and wooden wigwams - there are cheap log cabins and chalets in Scotland suitable for all budgets.

Romantic Log Cabins for Couples

Couple beach South Queensferry walk

Planning a romantic break in Scotland or even your mini moon? Then book a secluded log cabin just for two. Cosy up in a lodge in the Highlands, soak up the sea and sunset views from your own private hot tub or just retreat to the forest to get off-grid and remote from the world together.

Lodges for Families and Groups

Celebrating a family event, a wedding, corporate get together, or a weekend in the hills with friends? Scotland has lots of lodges great for larger groups. Whether you are looking for space for 10 or 20, large lodges in Scotland offer:

  • Lots of en suite bedrooms and space for everyone to relax
  • Room for a big family meal or party
  • Large gardens for everyone to run around in

Have a look at the group accommodation available in Scotland.

Pet-Friendly Chalet in Scotland 

The Scottish countryside is perfect for your pooch, so book into a pet-friendly chalet. Lots of log cabins in Scotland welcome well-behaved dogs, so there is no need to leave your pet at home - they will love Scotland as much as you. If you are more of a cat than a dog person, then check with your lodge accommodation - you might be able to bring them along too.

Eco Lodges and Off-Grid Cabins

These days going green doesn't mean rustic. Getting off-grid no longer means outdoor loos and basic facilities - instead think underfloor heating, sustainable wood burning stoves, welcome baskets stuffed with locally sourced products and beautiful log cabins made with Scottish oak, birch and larch. Choose a certified eco lodge in Scotland and going on holiday will never feel so good.

Where To Go In Scotland for a Cabin Holiday

Usually found in the forest or by the lochside, by the beach or deep in our two National Parks, staying in a log cabin, chalet or lodge gives you complete access to Scotland’s great outdoors. You can enjoy a holiday in a log cabin or lodge right across Scotland - the problem is there's so much choice! To make it a little bit easier, here are a few of the most popular places to book a log cabin break in Scotland.


Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park offers up 720 sq miles of lochs, forests, glens and mountains to explore. Book a log cabin on Loch Lomond, a lodge deep in the Trossachs glens, or a glamping pod on Loch Katrine and spend your holiday bagging family-friendly Ben A’an and Conic Hill, heading out on the loch by kayak, and exploring the 20,000 hectare Queen Elizabeth Forest Park.


Book a log cabin on Loch Ness, Scotland’s most famous loch, to explore the Great Glen. Visit the bustling town of Fort Augustus, Inverness and Culloden Battlefield, see the Jacobite Express go over the Glenfinnan Viaduct and explore the Grampian mountains from Fort William - phew! If you have any energy left why not bag the big Ben, Ben Nevis?


Highland Perthshire is full of lodges, chalets and cabins perfectly located to explore central Scotland’s beautiful lochs, glens and forests. Just an hour away from Edinburgh and Glasgow, Loch Tay offers watersports, mountains to climb and waterfall walks, along with one of the best views in Scotland to watch the sun go down from your log cabin.


Book a log cabin in Aviemore to explore the Cairngorms National Park. Hike around the beautiful (and green) Lochan Uaine, spend the day at Scotland’s highest beach at Loch Morlich, spot ospreys, pine martens and red squirrels and visit Scotland’s only reindeer herd out on the hills. Covering over 1100 sq miles there is lots to explore from your lodge in the Cairngorms National Park.

Lodges on the Isle of Arran

Often described as ‘Scotland in Miniature’, the Isle of Arran has lots of log cabins, chalets and lodges to stay in whilst exploring this beautiful island, which has its own highlands and lowlands, its own distillery, brewery, and even two castles. Climb Goat Fell, one of Scotland’s most iconic mountains, visit the Kings Caves which once hid Robert the Bruce, and visit the atmospheric standing stones on Machrie Moor.

Log Cabins in Glencoe

Scotland’s most famous glen, Glencoe is paradise for those who love walking. Book a lodge in Glencoe to hike through the glen, discover the Lost Valley between the Three Sisters, discover the gorgeous and romantic Glencoe Lochan and hike up the Devil’s Staircase on the West Highland Way for views across to the iconic Buachaille Etive Mor. Glencoe is the perfect spot to book a lodge for a group adventure.

Lodges near the cities

If you fancy a break exploring the cities but would rather stay in a peaceful, rustic cabin or lodge, Scotland has you covered. There's a great selection of log cabins near Edinburgh where you can enjoy the best of both worlds; a tranquil country getaway and an exciting culture-filled city break. Elsewhere, lodges in Glasgow take you nearby the stunning west coast of Scotland where you can immerse yourself in magnificent coastalines, beaches and islands, all whilst being near to the city where you can uncover incredible hidden gems.