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GEMS TEST1, , Kerry, Ireland
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Weekly price guide: £480 - £824
Short breaks: minimum 0 night stay
sleeps 4
number of bedrooms5
number of bathrooms2
0 dogs allowed 0
Features
wood burner
open fire
games room
enclosed garden
own swimming pool
sauna
four poster bed
Cairngorm Lodges- A Collection of Stylish Log Cabins
Cairngorm Lodges- A Collection of Stylish Log Cabins, Dinnet nr. Aboyne, Aberdeenshire, Scotland
Cairngorm Lodges is a collection of 5 self catering forest lodges nestled into the woodland of the Belack estate, set in the heart of The Royal Deeside. The lodges sleep up to 4 people in 2 bedrooms, a double and a twin. Presented and equipped to a high standard with charcoal BBQ and parking beside the lodge. All the Lodges are pet friendly.
Weekly price guide: £460 - £645
Short breaks: minimum 3 night stay
sleeps 4
number of bedrooms2
number of bathrooms1
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
wheelchair accessible
Mountwood 5 Star Log Cabins
Mountwood 5 Star Log Cabins, Auchterarder, Perthshire, Scotland
Luxurious self-catering lodges in Perthshire, Scotland. These lodges offer 5 star accommodation in a peaceful location not far from Gleneagles. Beautiful rural setting with views towards the Grampian Mountains and Ochil Hills. Two of the stylish lodges, Mount Lodge and Roebuck Lodge have an outdoor hot tub, for pampered self-catering holidays. Winner of the Flipkey Top Vacation Rental Award in 2011.
Weekly price guide: £630 - £1320
Short breaks: minimum 3 night stay
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms2
no dogs allowed
Features
garden
Craster Reach Luxury Cottage
Craster Reach Luxury Cottage, Craster, Northumberland, England
Attractive, stylish, well presented mid terrace cottage found in the small Northumbrian village of Craster, by the coast. Boasting two double bedrooms, one with en-suite and one twin bedroom, plus a family bathroom. There is an open plan living area with modern fitted kitchen, dining area and comfortable siting area with multi-fuel stove and french doors. Private parking and a front deck and rear patio with furniture can be found outside.
Weekly price guide: £560 - £1330
Short breaks: minimum 3 night stay
sleeps 6
number of bedrooms3
number of bathrooms2
no dogs allowed
Features
open fire
garden
Burnfoot Luxury Holiday Cottages
Burnfoot Luxury Holiday Cottages, Rothbury, Northumberland, England
Beautiful, luxurious cottages located near Northumberland National Park. These cottages have been finished to a very high standard and offer modern, comfortable accommodation. Award winning pub just 5 minutes walk away.
Weekly price guide: £235 - £1795
Short breaks: minimum 3 night stay
sleeps 10
number of bedrooms5
number of bathrooms3
2 dogs allowed 2
Features
wood burner
open fire
enclosed garden

Looking for a 5 star or luxury Highland cottage?  The Scottish Highlands have to be one of Scotland’s top holiday destinations and are a beautiful area to enjoy a cottage break. 
 

What the Highlands Offers for a Luxury Cottage Break

Speak to those who have been to this part of Scotland and they are likely to recommend it for its stunning scenery which includes mountains, glens, lochs as well as the coastal Highlands.  This part of Scotland should be perfect for nature lovers or anyone looking to enjoy outdoor pursuits on their luxury get-away. Breathe in the fine Scottish air and visit various attractions from castles to whisky distilleries.  Walk or drive along the Great Glen Way and enjoy the finer things in Scotland from locally produced sticky toffee pudding to malt whisky.  The Highlands can be a truly special place for a luxury self-catering break.

The Highlands is a culturally distinct area of Scotland, with a wonderful ancient history, strong cultural heritage and the amazing Gaelic language.  In terms of brilliant places to visit, the Highlands boast a wealth of beautiful castles such as Eileen Donan Castle, Urqhart Castle or Dunvegan Castle and gardens. Other interesting places to visit include Corrieshalloch Gorge, The Falls of Glomach or visit Britain’s first nature reserve Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve.
 

Things to See and Do on a Highland Holiday

When it comes to activities there is also plenty on offer in the Scottish Highlands.  Bag a munro in the Cairngorms or enjoy walking or hiking along the Great Glen Way.  Take a boat trip on one of the lochs or visit the Black Isle and take a dolphin watching trip.  For those of adventurous spirit why not try your hand at rock climbing?    For the more active visitor, the Highlands can offer a huge variety of activities for you to get stuck into such as skiing, walking, cycling, pony trekking, fishing, golf, sailing, climbing, mountaineering, white-water rafting, gorge walking or even tree climbing. There are even opportunities to take part in a collection of these activities by joining an adventure sport provider where qualified instructors will guide you through a selection of exciting outdoor pursuits.  For more adventurous activities do make sure that you book proper tuition and a guide.

We hope we’ve given you a picture of the beauty of the Scottish Highlands.  For more inspiration on luxury cottage holidays in this part of Scotland click for more information on our Highlands Guide.  Whether you choose to stay in a romantic cottage, a luxury cabin or a country house, have a fabulous time!

 

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