Self Catering Lodges in the Highlands of Scotland

We are now open in line with Government guidelines and are taking bookings for the remainder of the year so if you have any enquiries for 2021 or would like to discuss availability please contact us at enquiries@highlandlodges.net or call us on 07383 721351. 
  
We are situated in a remote part of the Scottish Highlands which combined with forest and loch location is truly a holiday for the nature lover and those that want to relax from the stresses of modern day life. 

Centrally located in the Great Glen in the Scottish Highlands and within easy reach of Loch Ness, Inverness and Fort William we are also close enough to the North West Highlands and both the east and west coast including the Isle of Skye, making them all within easy reach during your stay.

Located on the edge of Kilfinnan Forest and on the shores of the loch we are in a location that is ideal for both the nature lover and those that want to relax from the stresses of modern day life.


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Here at Highland Lodges, we offer identical two-bedroom solid log cabins that are set within our 3 acre private site on the shores of Loch Lochy. With our own private pebble beach only 100 metres from your accommodation, you can just sit and relax, paddle or try your hand at fishing.

All cabins have uninterrupted views of the Loch and the Glen whether relaxing on the veranda or in the comfort of the living room.


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You may also be lucky enough to see our local Pine Martens and deer which regularly visit and are known to come right up to your window. 


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Enjoy comfort and quality during your self-catering holiday at our lodges which are an ideal location for both walkers and cyclist with the Great Glen Way situated behind the lodges, running from Inverness to Fort William. Enjoy the scenic route at your leisure.

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The Great Glen with its fresh water lochs and spectacular mountain scenery were formed by the northern part of the Caledonian mountain slide some 60 miles to the south. Taking advantage of this natural wonder Thomas Telford developed the impressive Caledonian Canal, taking 20 years to complete in 1822. Telford’s canal was the first in Britain to link coast to coast with ships carrying up to 500 tons.  You can sit on your veranda and watch the yachts and boats pass by.

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Flexible breaks are always available so please contact us via email enquiries@highlandlodges.net or 07383 721351 for the latest availability updates.

Please see further details in the following pages "About the Lodges " to "Booking and Availability "


Both Asda and Tesco deliver however booking well in advance of your stay is recommended.

Arrival is normally after 5.00pm to allow us to prepare the lodges for you and departure 10.00. We provide the bed linen and also have travel cots available if required. Please bring bath towels.

Lochaber is known as the Outdoor Capital of the UK and plenty of information can be found at  www.outdoorcapital.co.uk
There is an outdoor activity centre located approximately 10 minutes away by car which offers bike hire, canyoning, whitewater rafting on the River Garry, archery, water skiing and much more. Please visit www.activehighs.co.uk for further information.



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Steam engine crossing Steam Train crossing Glenfinnan Viaduct, made famous by the Harry Potter films and Hogwart’s Express



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