Log cabins Scotland

Log cabins Scotland

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Magnificent mountains, atmospheric glens, dramatic coastlines all contribute to Scotland’s outstanding panoramic views. It’s no secret that Scotland is one of the most beautiful European territories. Located Covering the northern third of the island of Great Britain, Scotland is a wonderful choice for a retreat. It doesn’t matter if you need a vacation or if you have the freedom to work from anywhere, you can count on us to provide you with an unforgettable experience in a log cabin in Scotland. The structure of the house offers a cozy atmosphere surrounded by nothing but the sounds of nature.

A Scottish vacation in a leafy location

The country of Scotland is roughly separated into ‘lowlands’ and ‘highlands’ territories as each one has its own unique highlights. The highlands are home to majestic wild scenery as high mountains, glens, deep lochs, and hidden beaches display around every corner of the area. The lowlands are flatter and more agricultural, filled with kilometers of green pastures surrounding your log cabin Scotland.

Scotland has an incredibly diverse landscape, home to an array of wildlife that you can find in all nooks, crannies, and corners of the country. One of the most iconic animals associated with Scotland, the red deer. It’s possible that you encounter one of those peaceful species during your stay in a log cabin. They’re usually afraid of humans so a close interaction is almost impossible, however in some rare cases you can spot them around the woodlands. Seals are also common inhabitants that you can see off the coastlines of Scotland.

Some unique animal species, typical for that territory are the Gruffalo-like highland cow, the golden eagle, the pine marten, the red deer, and the Scottish wildcat. You can also observe the much-smaller red squirrel around the Scottish forests.

What can you do during your stay?

Although Scotland doesn’t have a warm and welcoming climate, the country’s incredible outdoors motivates local and international visitors to explore its nature. The coastline of the highlands is a popular destination for whale watching where you can come across humpback whales, orcas and dolphins. On this note, Scotland also has some of the best places for windsurfing providing adrenaline enthusiasts with a chance to experience the full greatness of Scottish nature.

But if you prefer to stay away from the sea, you can still have a good time during your stay in a log cabin in Scotland. The territory is fantastic for mountain biking, since the world-class trails, tracks, and bike parks contribute to an unforgettable stay on top of the breath-taking landscapes that you can encounter during your stay. Have a once in a lifetime experience with nature.house and allow yourself to have the getaway of your dreams.