Whether whisking that special someone away for a romantic break or taking an adventure holiday with the family choosing a self-catering log cabin is the perfect way to appreciate Scotland’s unique scenery while relaxing in secluded luxury accommodation.
Our log cabins provide an excellent base for exploring some of Scotland’s most breath-taking landscapes and exciting activities before you retire to your cosy retreat in the evening to watch the sun go down and take a dip in your very own hot tub.
Scotland is not only renowned for its scenery but is also the perfect location to try your hand at outdoor activities such as fishing, hiking or even extreme sports such as bungee jumping or white water rafting.
So whether you’re curling up in cosy accommodation in those crisp, nippy winter nights or relaxing on the veranda and enjoying the long, languid summer evening’s log cabin holidays are great for all-year-round escapes.
Kinnaird Woodland Lodges is ownerd and run by Jane and andy Burrows. We are helped by our star housekeeper Yvonee. Between the three of us we look to ensre that every guest has a great stay. We seek to create a friendly, welcoming, informal atmosphere perfect for a relaxing quiet break. We will meet when you arrive and offer advice on what to do and where to go. We'll also give you space to do your own thing and just relax.
If things fgo wrong we'll seek to put them right as quickly as possible. We are a small business and business to us is very personal. We can't hide behind a big company name or reputation. Hence we do make every effort to get everything right for your stay.
Taking a relaxing hot tub plunge in the secluded Scottish countryside as the bubbles wash away all your worries may seem like a pipe dream but a log cabin holiday can make it a vivid and luxurious reality.
All of our log cabins now come with their very own hot tub that you can enjoy all year round. See the hot tub section of the website to find out more. There are nproven therapetic benefits to using a hot tub. At night, under the stars it also becomes quite a mystical experienceh
Our log cabins are primarily built from sustainable materials
The heating that will make your stay so cosy and warm comes from our state-of-the-art bio-mass boiler system which is also highly eco-friendly and efficient . Our lighting is low energy where feasible and our waste is handled responsibly. The environment of Kinnaird is very special and we seek to keep it that way.
We booked the premier love cabin for 3 nights for our mini moon - simply To relax and chill out undisturbed after the stress of the wedding and then immediately followed by Xmas! And relax we did - the hot tub was lovely! Always warm and a good size - and surprisingly private! I had thought the lodges looked a little close together when we arrived but they are set out so you feel like nobody else is there with amazing views of the mountains! There was plenty of wood for the log burner to cosy by on an evening and close enough to walk into Pitlochry to take in the views and some fresh air! The cottage had everything we needed and was personalised with 'Just Married' signs which was a lovely touch - we wish we had stayed longer! We also used the on site spa uniq which was also a highly recommended experience! Will definitely return and will recommend to others xxx The Graydons, Sunderland
"Great Place" Went as a couple for a romantic get away. We were very lucky with surprisingly good weather in Feb, and we the only lodge occupied for the 3 nights we spent there. Easy enough to find and clear instructions given via email beforehand - as get settled into the lodge and we'll pop in and show you some of the features. Yvonne came to show us about the fire and talk through the hot tub use. She was very nice and helpful with tips of walks and places to visit - and very approachable, though we had no further contact (as in totally unobtrusive!) The cabin itself was very nice - good central heating system, comfortable sitting area and nice bedroom. The outside hot tub was fantastic, even in cold weather we made great use of it. We took a few drives out to surrounding areas, and went on a few walks. And plenty to visit in the area. In the evenings we would walk down to the local pub 5-10 mins or Pitlochry itself 10-15 mins. All the places we went to were very nice and welcoming, plenty of open fires etc. The walk at night was no problem at all - partly along a quiet road, and there is a torch provided in the lodge which we found useful for warning the occasional passing car. All in all we had a great time - great lodge and hot tub, great location, and plenty of things to keep you occupied, or quiet peaceful space to relax in. Chris from Glasgow