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Ancroft Country Park is new for 2024. Set in a rural location surrounded by rolling hills and wildlife, the park offers guests complete tranquillity.
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Ideally placed for exploring the Borders, this picturesque park is set in beautiful countryside and offers you spectacular views across the hills and vales of Selkirkshire.
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Arran Hills

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Arran Hills sits in an ideal location in the beautiful Ayrshire countryside, near the west coast of Scotland.
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Surrounded by picturesque countryside in the heart of rural Perthshire, just 10 miles from the fair city of Perth, this beautifully located park sits near the rivers Tay and Isla and boasts views of the Grampian Mountains.
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Your basecamp to adventure with magnificent views including the mighty Ben Nevis, set on the shingle beach of the River Lochy.
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Bennane Shore Holiday Park nestles on the beautiful Ayrshire coast on 1 mile of private coastline.
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Situated on the banks for the beautiful River Earn, Braidhaugh Holiday Park offers guests very comfortable accommodation in spectacular surroundings.
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Nestled 5 miles from the historic harbour town of Kirkcudbright, Brighouse Bay Holiday Park is a family owned pet-friendly holiday park offering a mix of stylish accommodation on the stunning Solway coast.
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Calvine Holiday Park is an adult only park offering a range of modern and comfortable lodges and holiday homes in a secluded, peaceful location but with the added benefit of having the Struan Inn right next door offering a range of food and drinks and even breakfast.
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Castlewood Lodges

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Castlewood Lodges is set against a dramatic backdrop of lush wooded valleys and majestic mountains in the heart of Royal Deeside providing mountain views in a tranquil environment.
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Coldingham Bay is situated on the Berwickshire Coast, just an hour’s drive from Edinburgh.
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Coldstream Park is a beautiful park comprising a hybrid mix of quality holiday homes and luxury Pods some with outdoor hot tubs with wonderful views over the adjoining countryside, the park is located just a short walk from the historic town of Coldstream.
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Crofthead

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Peacefully situated amidst beautiful Ayrshire countryside, yet just 2 miles from the fabulous amenities of bustling Ayr, this friendly and relaxing park offers a perfect base for exploring Scotland’s glorious south west.
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Beautiful countryside and fly fishing on a private loch – these are just some of the delights on offer for you at Delny.
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Drimsynie Holiday Village

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Discover Drimsynie Holiday Village, part of our Go Active Breaks Collection, nestled amongst majestic mountains at the head of Loch Goil.
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Scotland Visitor's Guide

Venture into Scotland's rugged landscapes and you'll find an enchanting mix of wild beauty, vibrant culture, and mouth-watering cuisine. Famous for its dramatic castles, mystical lochs, and the legendary Loch Ness Monster, Scotland offers a tapestry of experiences. Whisky aficionados can savor tours of distinguished distilleries, while foodies indulge in fresh seafood and traditional haggis. Outdoor enthusiasts will revel in hiking the Highlands, golfing on historic links, and spotting wildlife on scenic islands. Seeking a romantic retreat, a family adventure, or a catch-up with pals? Opting for a lodge or cabin stay in Scotland is unmatched. Discover your perfect escape in this captivating country.

Why Take Your 2024 Lodge Break in Scotland?

Scotland, with its rugged landscapes, deep lochs, and ancient castles, offers a unique getaway experience that's hard to match. Forget boring history lessons; Scotland's past is full of intriguing stories, like the mystery of Loch Ness and the tale of Robert the Bruce. What sets a lodge break apart from staying in hotels or B&Bs is the privacy, space, and direct connection to nature you get—imagine waking up to a view of misty mountains right outside your window. For 2024, tourists can look forward to the new Scottish Treehouse Retreats, offering luxury accommodation amidst the treetops. Scotland's festivals are legendary, and next year, the Edinburgh International Festival promises to be an even bigger draw with its world-class performances. TripAdvisor scores consistently praise Scotland's natural beauty and the warm hospitality of its people, making it a top-rated destination for those seeking a blend of adventure and relaxation. Unique to this region are experiences like whisky tasting tours at distilleries that have been perfecting their craft for centuries.

If you're visiting Scotland with kids

Absolutely, Scotland is a playground for children! With vast open spaces, historical sites, and activities, it's a place where imagination comes to life. For a start, the Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh (EH8 8AS) offers a thrilling journey through time and space. Then there's Landmark Forest Adventure Park in Carrbridge (PH23 3AJ), packed with outdoor activities. Lodge breaks are particularly good for kids, providing the freedom to explore safely and the comfort of home.

  1. Waterproof clothing and sturdy boots for unpredictable weather
  2. Swimwear for beach days or aquatic centres
  3. Binoculars for wildlife spotting
  4. A camera or smartphone for capturing memories
  5. Outdoor games and a football for energy-burning fun

Taking your Pet?

Scotland rolls out the red carpet for pets, especially dogs. You'll find many lodges offer pet-friendly accommodations, and some even have enclosed gardens for your furry friends to roam freely. For dining out, The Dog House in Edinburgh (EH1 2QP) and The Potting Shed in Inverness (IV3 5SS) welcome pets with open arms. A tip for pet owners: always check if the lodge has direct access to outdoor space, essential for those early morning and late-night walks.

Dog walking ideas in Scotland

Route Distance (miles) Scenery Postcode
Glen Affric 10 Lakes and forests IV4 7LY
West Highland Way 96 (in sections) Mountains and valleys G63 7LA
Arthur's Seat 2.5 City views EH8 8AZ
Loch an Eilein 4.5 Ancient forest PH22 1QT
Beinn Eighe Nature Reserve Variable Woodland and mountain IV22 2PA

Scotland, with its diverse landscapes, is a paradise for dog walkers. From the serene lochs to the majestic highlands, there's a walk to suit every preference. Always ensure your dog is on a lead where livestock is present, and remember to respect the local wildlife.

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Popular Counties within Scotland

Scotland is a land of breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and vibrant culture. Each county offers something unique for visitors, whether you're looking for outdoor adventures, historical explorations, or simply a peaceful retreat in nature. Here's a look at some of the counties and what they have to offer:

**Aberdeenshire**: Known for its scenic coastlines and historic castles, Aberdeenshire is a haven for nature lovers and history enthusiasts. Don't miss visiting Balmoral Castle, the Scottish holiday home of the Royal Family. The region is also famous for its whisky distilleries.

**Inverness-Shire**: The heart of the Scottish Highlands, Inverness-Shire is home to the legendary Loch Ness. Besides monster hunting, you can explore the stunning landscapes of Glen Affric. Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, offers a mix of cultural attractions and shopping.

**Edinburgh & the Borders**: Edinburgh, Scotland's capital, is renowned for its historic and cultural attractions, including the Edinburgh Castle and the Royal Mile. The Borders region offers beautiful rolling hills and is perfect for hiking and cycling.

**Angus**: Angus is known for its rugged coastline and beautiful countryside. It's home to the Angus Glens, offering excellent opportunities for outdoor activities. Don't miss the Arbroath Smokie, a local delicacy.

**Argyll**: This region is famous for its dramatic landscapes, including Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park. It's a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts, with activities ranging from hiking to kayaking.

**East Lothian**: East Lothian boasts some of Scotland's most beautiful beaches and golf courses. It's also home to the National Museum of Flight, where you can explore Scotland's aviation history.

**South West Scotland**: This area is known for its charming seaside towns, lush gardens, and the Galloway Forest Park. It's a great destination for a relaxing break away from the hustle and bustle.

**Perthshire & Kinross-shire**: Known as the "Big Tree Country," this region is famed for its magnificent woodlands and serene lochs. It's also a great place to explore Scotland's history, with sites like Scone Palace.

**Dumfries-shire**: Known for its literary connections, Dumfries-shire was home to Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns. The region offers beautiful countryside, historic sites, and cultural festivals.

**Argyllshire & Islands**: The islands offer a unique Scottish experience, with stunning landscapes, rich wildlife, and a strong Gaelic culture. Highlights include the Isle of Mull and the whisky distilleries of Islay.

**Dumbartonshire**: Offers a mix of natural beauty and historical sites, including Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park and Dumbarton Castle.

**Ayrshire**: Famous for its golf courses and the birthplace of Robert Burns. The coastline offers beautiful views and culinary delights like fresh seafood.

**Renfrewshire**: Home to Paisley Abbey and the stunning Gleniffer Braes, Renfrewshire combines cultural heritage with natural beauty.

**Loch Ness**: Beyond the allure of Nessie, the Loch Ness area is great for hiking, boating, and exploring local myths at the Loch Ness Centre & Exhibition.

**Roxburghshire**: Offers rich history, with attractions like Floors Castle and Jedburgh Abbey, set against the backdrop of the rolling Cheviot Hills.

**Selkirkshire**: Known for its textiles and historical battles, Selkirkshire offers a quiet retreat with beautiful landscapes and charming towns.

**West Lothian**: Offers a combination of historical sites, like Linlithgow Palace, and modern attractions, including shopping centres and parks.

**Wigtownshire**: Scotland's book town, Wigtown, is here, offering literary festivals and quaint bookshops. The region also boasts beautiful natural reserves.

**Northern Highlands**: Offers some of Scotland's most spectacular landscapes, including rugged coastlines, serene lochs, and towering mountains.

**Glasgow**: Scotland's largest city, known for its vibrant arts scene, shopping, and dining. Highlights include the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the Glasgow Science Centre.

Each of these counties offers a unique slice of Scotland, whether you're after history, nature, or modern city life.

FAQs

This is our first lodge break, what will it be like?

Imagine waking up surrounded by nature, with all the comforts of home at your fingertips. Lodges in Scotland offer that perfect blend of outdoor adventure and cozy living. Most are equipped with modern amenities, like Wi-Fi and hot tubs, so you can enjoy the wilderness without sacrificing comfort.

What should I pack when visiting Scotland?

Scotland's weather can be unpredictable, so layers are your best friend. Waterproof jackets and sturdy walking shoes are a must for exploring. Don't forget your swimwear for those lodge hot tubs! And, of course, a camera to capture the stunning landscapes.

Can you park outside the lodge?

Yes, in most cases. The majority of lodges in Scotland provide parking spaces right outside or very close to your accommodation. It's super convenient for unloading your gear and getting settled in quickly.

What if it rains during my lodge break?

Rain is part of the Scottish charm! Many lodges come with cozy fireplaces, board games, and even Netflix. Or, embrace the weather with a waterproof jacket and see the landscape transform. Visiting attractions like The Edinburgh Dungeon or Dynamic Earth can also be great rainy-day activities.

Can I get food delivered to my lodge?

Absolutely. While many lodges come with fully equipped kitchens, sometimes you just want to relax. Local supermarkets and restaurants often offer delivery services. Apps like Just Eat or Deliveroo might cover your area, but it's also worth checking out local gems for some Scottish culinary delights.

Is Scotland a good place to visit ‘off-season’?

Definitely. Scotland's off-season (late autumn to early spring) offers unique experiences. Think fewer crowds, atmospheric misty landscapes, and cosy nights in your lodge. Plus, winter sports in areas like Cairngorms National Park are a big draw.

Will my hot tub be cleaned before we arrive?

Yes, your health and safety are top priorities. Lodges ensure that hot tubs are thoroughly cleaned and water quality is checked before each new arrival. So, you can dive in and relax knowing everything's been taken care of.

Are there pet-friendly lodges in Scotland?

Scotland is a paradise for pets, and many lodges welcome furry friends. Imagine long walks in the countryside or along the coast with your dog. Just check the lodge's pet policy when booking, as some might charge a small extra fee.

How close are lodges to hiking or walking trails?

One of the best things about Scottish lodges is their proximity to nature. Many are just a stone's throw away from stunning hiking and walking trails. Whether you're looking for a leisurely stroll or a challenging hike, you won't have to go far from your doorstep.

What local attractions should we not miss?

Don't miss out on visiting historical sites like Edinburgh Castle or natural wonders such as Loch Ness. For whisky enthusiasts, a tour of a distillery like Glenfiddich is a must. And for the adventurous, try outdoor activities like kayaking or mountain biking in places like Glencoe. Scotland has something for every taste.