Find Lodges with Hot Tubs in the Southern Highlands
The most popular Southern Highlands log cabins and cottages. Relax, Rest, Enjoy!
Rent a lodge with hot tub in the Southern Highlands for the ultimate Scottish experience. The area is a brilliant concoction of breath-taking scenery, history, outdoor pursuits, culinary delights and friendly locals. What’s not to love?
Add to that superb self-catering accommodation with soothing outdoor hot tub to relax in under the stars and you have all the ingredients for an unforgettable short break.
Explore the west coast, including the islands of Mull and Iona, enjoy thrilling water sports or fishing at Loch Awe, take a distillery tour, whatever way you choose to spend your days the Sottish Highlands offer something for everyone.
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Luxury Lodges & Cottages in Southern Highland
Check out the best cottages with hot tubs and Southern Highland lodges; be it for a couple, family or group of friends, you are guaranteed to find "the one" and pack your suitcases because a hot tub break in Southern Highland really does restore the soul!
Ardgartan Argyll Lodges
Arrochar, Argyll and Bute
Hunters Quay, Argyll
Blairgowrie Holiday Park
Or maybe you prefer a luxury holiday cottage
Newcastleton near Hawick
Annan, Ayrshire and Dumfries & Galloway
Relax and Enjoy a Break at One of our Selected Lodges with Hot Tubs in the Southern Highlands
We have hand-picked the finest log cabins, cottages and lodges with hot tubs, whether its an idyllic woodland retreat or large mountain lodge the choice is yours.
Highchairs and cots are available for those travelling with little ones, all are double-glazed and heated throughout making them enjoyable at any time of year and if you have a dog why not choose one of the pet-friendly hot tub lodges in the Southern Highlands.
Ensuring a hassle-free break, the properties offer the perfect combination of rustic charm with modern conveniences. Cook delicious family meals in the contemporary kitchen, curl up and watch a movie, read a book or enjoy quality time together as a family.
The icing on the cake, however, is the decadent outdoor hot tub ideal to kick back and relax whenever you want.
About Holidays in Southern Highlands
The Southern Highlands along the west coast of Scotland are a popular year-round destination, and boasts many treasures; glistening lochs, clear skies, amazing wildlife, superb food and a warm welcome.
Island-hopping is a popular pastime here discover the stunning scenery of Arran, explore Tiree's long stretches of golden sands, and the majestic mountains of Jura,
Check out Oban’s thriving culinary scene, watch minke Whales feeding on the mackerel off the coast of the isle of Mull or head inland and try one of the many activities on offer at Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park.
With so much crammed into this relatively small area, one visit will not be enough, and this spectacular region of Scotland is guaranteed to hold a special place in your heart.
Activities and Must-see Sights in the Southern Highlands
Whatever your pleasure you will find it in the Southern Highlands and Western Isles; hundreds of miles of dramatic coastline, deserted beaches, historic sites, spectacular wildlife and a host of activities it is the ideal destination for lovers of the Great Outdoors.
Foodies will love the gastronomic delights at every turn and as elsewhere in Scotland there are an abundance of excellent golf courses within driving distance, anglers will not be disappointed with their options either from deep sea fishing to salmon and pike fishing there is something for all ages and abilities.
The West Highland Way is a huge draw for walkers and while most visitors don’t attempt the 154 miles in its entirety there are some superb stretches in the Southern Highlands which are not too challenging.
We want you to enjoy your stay at your hot tub cottage in Scotland so have given you a head start with a list of popular attractions in the region.
There are numerous companies offering boat tours on the west coast and these are a real treat for wildlife lovers and photographers alike.
This area is brilliant for spotting dolphins, minke whales, basking sharks, seal colonies, June to August is the best time to see babies, porpoise, puffins, and the incredibly rare sea eagle along with a host of other seabirds.
It isn’t just the sea which provides fantastic wildlife spotting opportunities either, feral Goats can often be spotted, Red Deer graze on heather covered hills and otters are often seen on the shoreline.
Add to this, the wild beauty of this spectacular landscape viewed from the Atlantic Ocean and you have all the ingredients for an amazing day out.
A must for anyone who is interested in the work of Scotland’s world-renowned architect Charles Rennie Mackintosh.
Owned by the National Trust Hill House has been restored to look just as it did when it was built for publishing magnate Walter Blackie in 1904 Restored by the National Trust for Scotland to look almost exactly as it did in 1904,
Mackintosh and his wife Margaret Macdonald, an artist in her own right, created the building, furniture and textiles and it is widely regarded as a masterpiece of design and one of Mackintosh’s greatest achievements.
Outside the stunning gardens reflecting the delicate palette associated with Mackintosh are ideal for a leisurely stroll.
A Taste of the Southern Highlands
These days Scotland can hold its own amongst the finest eateries in Europe and nowhere is this more evident than on the west coast and Southern Highlands.
Whether you are wanting to book a Michelin starred restaurant to celebrate a special occasion such as the Isle of Eriska in Oban or feast on fresh seafood at the award-winning Café Fish in Mull you will be impressed with the choice and quality of local produce.
There are numerous cookery courses available in this area and of course, no visit to Scotland is complete without a distillery tour and there is an excellent one on the Isle of Jura.
This unique attraction is the only catch and release aquarium in the whole of Europe, this sustainable approach means creatures are only kept for 4 weeks before being returned to the sea.
Not only does this mean there is always something different to see but also minimises the impact on the environment.
There are over 60 species to discover here with touch tanks and interactive displays to enjoy. Learn about local history, the lighthouses, and wildlife before watching a short film in the cinema room.
Open daily from Easter to October Mull aquarium is a fun and fascinating family day out whatever the weather.
Nestled on the tiny island of Iona is one of the most sacred sites in the UK. In fact, Christians have worshiped here since St Columba arrived in 563 AD.
The medieval Book of Kells is widely regarded to have originated here, written by Columba’s monks, along with many other religious works of art.
Take in the 4 iconic high crosses, admire the church’s architecture, explore the graveyard where ancient kings lay buried and walk the Street of the Dead to St Oran’s chapel.
Head to the Iona Abbey Museum which houses a superb collection of medieval crosses and carved stones thought to be the finest in Scotland.
Loch Lomond Bird of Prey Centre
Nestled on the shores of Loch Lomond and the only bird of prey centre in the country with all 5 native species of owl this unique attraction offers an educational and fun day out for all the family.
Home to over 30 birds, including Orla the Golden Eagle, Buzzards, Hawks, kestrels and Smudge the adorable small owl. A guided tour gives visitors the chance to learn about these amazing creatures.
The centre is a leader in bird conservation and offers a range of unique experiences such a Meet the Owls, a Hunting Day and Hawk Walk all of which help fund their work you can also sponsor a bird or buy a souvenir from the well-stocked gift shop.
Situated in the heart of the town Oban Distillery was founded in 1794 and is popular attraction for those staying at hot tub lodges on the west coast of Scotland.
Producing a distinctive flavoured single malt, the distillery is open all year round and offers an hour’s tour costing £10 where visitors can learn all about the whisky making process and some of the secrets that make Oban whisky unique.
A more in-depth 2-hour tour for whisky connoisseurs is also available and this includes access to the warehouse a tasting in the manager’s office and a lovely whisky related gift to take away with you.
The Last Word
The Southern Highlands are the ideal holiday destination for those looking to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern day living with magnificent scenery, incredible wildlife and the choice to either relax or join in the action.
There are some excellent restaurants serving the finest local produce, fantastic golf and tons of both land and water-based activities on the doorstep including mountain biking, sea kayaking, fishing and climbing.
At the end of each day, return to your Scottish holiday lodge and enjoy a long soak in the rejuvenating hot tub, the perfect antidote for tired feet and aching muscles.
Winter or Summer, the delights of the Southern Highlands await.