Nunland Hillside Lodges
Dumfries, Southwest Scotland
Experience log cabin luxury in Loch Lomond
What To Expect
Nunland Hillside Lodges offer a sense of freedom and seclusion overlooking the undulating hillsides and forests of Dumfries and Galloway. Each spacious country style lodge sets a perfect scene for meditative evenings appreciating the pristine air and gorgeous natural surroundings.
The lowlands of Dumfries & Galloway are a Scottish region which rests largely unspoilt. Characterised by free-rolling hills, open moorland and miles of varying coastline, it has long been a favourite spot for hikers, cyclists and nature lovers alike.
First Class Luxury
hOT tUB hEAVEN
All Nunland Hillside Lodges come with their very own outdoor hot tub, allowing guests the chance to spend unique evenings outside taking in the glorious surroundings of the parklands.
With the sounds and calls of nature never far away, this is a place that encourages guests to get outside while offering a warm, spacious retreat for when the day is over.
Lodges or Cottages?
With spacious interiors and double glazing, the inside allows guests to unwind in warmth ad comfort knowing that they are Many of our log cabins have a veranda space where occupants can enjoy the lush, peaceful surroundings of the sculptured grounds.
With an emphasis on natural and outside living, the cabins and their grounds are designed to encourage outdoor activities, with amenities such as hot tubs to really lure guests out to play.
Good place for dogs
Two of the three main cabins are pet-friendly. Knowing that the family pooch is an important part of the family, we're only too happy to receive four-legged visitors.
Local pooch attractions? For the canine-type the Yorkshire Moors and coast offers a getaway that they could never even dream about. With such varied terrain as woodland and rugged coastline, your beloved pooch will be set to have the time of its life.
” At a glance ”
About the LOG CABINS at NUNLAND
See below for a range of luxury hot tub lodges, Nunland has to offer. Also, see what activities and sights the surrounding area consists of.
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Nunland Hillside Lodges Address & Postcode
Crocketford Road, DG2 8PZ, UK
Mabie Valley Lodge
This time-honoured country style lodge boasts a Master king size double bedroom and a spacious, open-planned lounge. Patio doors open onto stylish decking which leads down to a luxurious outdoor hot tub. For an authentic country feel there is a free-standing bath and separate shower. An additional flat-screen TV is located in the bedroom.
This traditional log lodge combines a double bedroom and one twin (with a spacious open-planned lounge and dining room. Friendly to guests with partial disabilities, the kitchen area sports lowered worktops. The double-glazed patio doors open onto gorgeous decking which leads guests to continental-style sunken hot tub.
This quaint mid-sized lodge comes with one master double bedroom with ensuite shower, and one twin. The main living space is an open plan lounge area with French patio doors leading to a large family space and down to an outdoor hot tub.
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Surroundings and Overview
The glorious countryside of Dumfries & Galloway sits as the backdrop to the Nunland Hillside Lodges. With some of Scotland’s most pristine countryside right outside, guests are treated to spectacular morning views. From unspoilt forest and woodland to lochs and sandy beaches, this untamed corner offers just about every terrain imaginable. For lovers of wildlife the countryside hosts an abundance of species, including many rare birds and plants.
Top Things to Do
Mabie Farm Park
Great for families with younger children, the Mabie Farm Park is set inside the Mabie forest, and offers up many family activities. Surrounded by fantastic views of Solway, the farm is home to some uncommon animals such as Kune pigs and Welsh cob horses. Guests can take part in feeding sessions where they can get up close and personal with the animals. Oter activities include quad biking and trampolining.
Logan Botanical Gardens
Logan Botanical Gardens is one of Scotland's most exotic gardens. Marvel at the eucalypts and the Gunnera Bog in the Woodland Garden, and enjoy the colourful blooms of southern hemisphere plants in the Walled Garden. For a little history on the gardens groups can visit the Discovery Centre and learn all about the history of the gardens.
With a moat and twin towered gatehouse, the Caerlaverock Castle is one of the greatest existing examples of a medieval stronghold. The castle offers visitors the chance to take part in an interactive siege warfare exhibition. There is also a children’s adventure park and an educating nature trail leading around the castle moat.
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