• Outdoor hot tub
    • Fishing
    • Paddling and canoeing
    • Children play area
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Body zorbs
    • Spa bath, steam room and sauna
    • A host of indoor games
    • Daily maid service
    • Local food packs
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • iPod docking stations
    • Outdoor hot tub
    • Freeview TV/DVD
    • Duvets and bed linens provided
    • Kitchen with a microwave

Relax in Your Own Southern Highlands Hot Tub Lodge

Welcome to the Southern Scottish Highlands. and yes, you will have one of the most fantastic holidays you have ever had. This region is not only a nature lover’s haven but also boasts welcoming people. While in the region, make sure you don’t lock yourself in your hot tub lodge. Go out. Meet people. Sample their food. They say there is not a better way to learn about a people than living their life. This edict applies here as well.

Take your pets, your partner and kids too. Make fond memories. Venture onto the woods and work out your tired muscles. And when you are too tired to explore, soak in the outdoor hot tub outside your lodge. There can never be a better experience than enjoying your favourite wine with your loved one, in a hot tub. Its such moments that you will remember when you are too old to travel.

The lodge breaks in this part of the UK are equipped to impress. Perhaps they try to make up for lack of many high-end hotels…but this is good for the budget holidaymaker. The cost of staying here on a 1 week break is almost equivalent to a night’s stay in a hotel in London – noisy London. It is quiet and serene here. It is probably the best escape you will ever have. Again, welcome and have a blast!

About Scottish Southern Highlands

Also known as Perthshire and Southern Highlands, this region is a nature haven. It boasts many rivers and forests. Rugged cliffs and mighty glens punctuate its landscapes. It is the heart of Scotland. Ever heard of William Wallace? What about Robert the Bruce? This is their home. Stirling Castle is a marvel. Inverreray Castle is equally impressive. The towns to be found here include Perth (by far the most impressive for its popular culture and cuisines), Inverraray, Stirling, and Dundee. For those planning a long stay, we recommend you venture into the islands of Islay, Mull and Jura.

Perthshire and Southern highlands is renowned world over for its lochs and rivers where visitors get to enjoy watersports and fishing. Golfing enthusiasts will fall in love with the Gleneagles Golf Club and Carnoustie Golf Club.


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Places to Visit and Things to Do in Southern Highlands

 

There is probably more holiday activities and attractions in Southern Highlands than you can exhaust in one visit. In our endeavour to ensure that yours will be a holiday to remember, we have listed what we think are the must-visit attractions below.

Ashintully Castle

Built in 1583, this castle is a reminder of the checkered history of Perthshire. It was built as a fortress for the Spalding Family of the Ashintully Feudal Barons. And it is haunted too. It is said to have green ghosts, with the most popular being Green Jean, thought to have been murdered by her uncle within the castle.

Gleneagles 

For its world-class golf courses, Gleneagles is one of the most popular attractions in the Southern Highlands. It was designed by the maverick golf course designer -Nicklaus. After he had finished designing, he said this about it ~It’s the finest parcel of land in the world I have ever been given to work with.

Glen Coe

If you are a watersports enthusiast, then you will find the skiing slopes of Glen Coe a fantastic place to spend a day or two navigating the hairy snow trails.

Blairgowrie

This region is a representation of everything Scottish. Its people, cuisines, market towns, shops, restaurants and pubs will introduce you to the Scottich culture.

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Other Castles 

Don’t forget to visit the Blair Castle and Drummond Castle. they too have a piece of the history of the Southern Highlands History.

Other Attractions 

If time allows, you are also well advised to tour attractions such as Callander Meadows, Seafood Temple, Ninth Wave, Loch Fyne Oyster Bar, Loch Ness, and Loch Lomond.

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