- Satellite TV
- Outdoor hot tub
- Disability access in some lodges
- No smoking
- Outdoor hot tub
- Freeview TV
- Coffee lounge and shop
- Air rifle shooting
- Outdoor hot tub
- Fully equipped kitchen
- Bath or shower options
- Central air conditioning system
- Outdoor hot tubs
- Flat screen TV
- Fully equipped kitchens
- Bath or shower option
- Outdoor hot tubs
- Bar, Grill and Bistro
- Indoor/outdoor play area for children
- Onsite spa
Relax in Lodges with Hot Tubs in the Northern Highlands of Scotland
The Scottish Highlands leave indelible imprints to all those that journey through them. The scenery here comprises of heather and moorland, misty mountains, and sunny evenings.
You will get a chance to explore historic castles that tell the story of the chequered history of Scotland. They are the soul of Scotland. In the middle of all this beauty are small hidden gems. They are scattered all over the beautiful highlands and you will want to stay in them.
The hot tub lodges in the Northern Highlands have over time been the base where adventurers stay as they explore the vast highlands. They are the refuge for the tired limbs after a long day. You get to soak in glorious hot tubs and relax and watch the night sky unfold.
The Scottish Northern Highlands will give you the best feel of Scotland. Their beauty is spell-binding. You will not want to leave. That you will be staying in comfy hot tub lodges that are appointed with the latest hospitality amenities gives you the extra nudge you needed to take a break in Scotland.
The Northern Highlands are the vast, sparsely populated areas north of the Highland Boundary Fault in Scotland. The region is dominated by mountain ranges, including Ben Nevis, the highest point in the British Isles. Following the ban of the Jacobite Rising as well as the Industrial Revolution in the 16th and 17th century, the area saw significant migration to the cities, leaving the area one of the least populated in Europe. The seat of the Northern Highlands is Inverness. The region comprises of areas such as Stirling, Aberdeenshire, Perth and Kinross, Angus, Moray, Argyll and Bute and the Isle of Arran.
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Places to Visit and Things to Do in the Scottish Northern Highlands
With such a sparsely populated area, you can expect that there are a lot of outdoor holiday activities to engage in. The Scottish Highlands present you with a chance to learn some new survival tricks. Despite the fact that you will be living in a fully furnished hot tub lodge, you can venture out into the mountains and woods and learn how to read a compass – or a map. Below are our top 10 must visit attractions in the Northern Highlands.
Ben Wyvis National Nature Reserve
Standing at the peak of the Ben Wyvis Mountain will give you unhindered view of the surrounding landscapes. It is the place to go if you love photography.
Other Nature Reserves that you must visit
Knockan Crag National Reserve, Corrieshalloch Gorge National Reserve, Loch a’Muhuilin National Nature Reserve, Loch Fleet National Nature Reserve, Loch Maree Islands National Nature Reserve, Beinn Eighe National Nature Reserve, Glen Affric National Nature Reserve, Udale Bay among others.
Archaeology has taught us that long before we were around, the earth had other life forms. If you are interested in this sort of thing, then the Northern Highlands has a host of archaeological sites that you would want to visit. They include; Ferry Wood and the Ord, Dunbeath Strath, Whaligoe Steps and the Cairn of Get, Sand River Archaeology Trail, Loch Eriboll, Smoo Cave, Dunbeath Heritage Centre, Castle Hill Heritage Centre, Caithness Horizon, Yarrow’s Archaeology Trail among others.
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Strathpeffer VW Campervans
Strathpeffer VW Campervans is a family run business that was set up in 2010 with the aim of providing reliable, fun and good campervans for families, couples and groups to enjoy. Based in the highlands of Scotland, you can experience spectaculor scenery and superb days out on the highlands with activities such as mountain biking, fishing, surfing, kayaking and many more.
Invercharron Highland Games
Set in the beautiful Kyle of Sutherand,45 miles north of Inverness and nestled in spectacular scenery Invercharron is traditionally the final games of the year. Many of the Scottish Highland Games Association league results are decided at Invercharron, along with the finals of the Highland League for Heavy sports and the National Tug O War championships, making it one of the most exciting of the season. Heavy events, piping competitions, Highland dancing, track and field, hill and children’s races, tug o’ war and cycling.
The Championship Course at Royal Dornoch is a traditional links course set in picturesque Scotland 45 miles north of Inverness. The 6700-yard 18-hole par 70 links has just been ranked No.2 in the World by Golf Digest. The Golf Club was founded in 1877, and extended from 9 to 18 holes by Old Tom Morris in 1886 and modified subsequently with a little help from Head Greenkeeper and George Duncan to its current layout in 1948. It is the birth place of Donald Ross the brains behind Pinehurst No 2, and over 400 other courses in America. The sea can be viewed from all the holes on the Championship Course of which what can perhaps be described as the signature hole is the 445-yard par four 14th, named ‘Foxy’. There is also a second 18 hole course, “Struie”, which is enjoyable for all levels of golfer including juniors.
Trout and Salmon Fshing
More than 300 pages of information and photographs relating to Scottish game fishing (salmon, trout and sea trout), featuring several hundred useful maps of the trout and salmon fishing waters of Scotland, from the wild trout lochs of the Scottish highlands and islands to the great salmon rivers of the east coast, from the small but productive salmon spate streams in the west to the fine sea trout fishing rivers of the Solway Firth.
Adventure Nevis provide experienced and well trained guides who have had 100s of ascents of Ben Nevis. They are good value for money with safety being there top priority so that people can still enjoy the climb, but also return home safely that evening.
Popular Holiday Activities
Some of the holiday activities that you will get to enjoy here includes; Angling, Stalking and Shooting at Kerry Sea Angling; cruising; fishing; sampling whiskey; exploring museums and castles; diving; kayaking; first aid lessons and many more.
Cape Wrath Charters, Strathnaver Museum, The Castle and Gardens of Mey, Tarbat Discovery Centre, Caithness Horizons, Ocean Links Golf, wick Heritage Museum, Gairloch Golf Club, Hebridean Whale Cruises and many more.
If you are planning a holiday, then its better be in the Northern Highlands. There is probably no other place in Europe that will give you a cheap hot tub lodge accommodation and allow you as diverse attractions as you will get here. Park your holiday gear, and get your family in to the Scottish Highlands. You will thank us later. Click here to see more of our lodges listing.