Scotland has something to offer every type of visitor to the country, from the glorious lochs and glens to the rugged highlands and islands, the breath-taking scenery and stunning landscape will make your holiday one to remember.
There is a wealth of tourist and leisure attractions available in Scotland to suit all whether wishing for a relaxing break or spot of sightseeing. Edinburgh and Glasgow are lovely historical cities offering an abundance of attractions, as well as lively nightlife, theatres, cinemas and shopping centres. Or you may wish to visit some of the many tourist destinations including Loch Ness, Fort William and Glencoe to name but a few, where you can experience a range of all things Scottish including the finest hospitality, most informative visitor centres, and abundance of outdoor pursuits including hill walking, cycling, fishing and water sports.
And what better way to experience Scotland than to stay in one of the many self-catering lodges on offer, from the idyllic and tranquil woodland setting to a stunning coastline location you will be sure to have a relaxing and comfortable stay whether staying for the weekend or planning a fantastic summer holiday.
All the stunning Scotland Lodges will be off a high standard and offer a number of ‘home from home’ comforts to make sure you have the most wonderful time. The different accommodation types will range from a cosy one bedroomed lodge ideal for a romantic getaway, right up to luxurious family sized lodges that will sleep a number of guests with a range of facilities to keep all ages entertained.
The different self-catering lodges will naturally range depending on the size and number of facilities on offer, but they will be immaculately presented throughout and will come highly recommended as an ideal choice of accommodation for any occasion on your visit to Scotland.
In the county of Dumfries & Galloway, you'll find the Conifer Lodges. These are lovely self-catering accommodations in the woodland that leads into the Galloway Forest Park, which is found on the outskirts of Newton Stewart....