Woodland cabins in Strathyre, Scotland, with a stunning loch-side setting, perfect for big adventures or simply enjoying the forest
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Forest Holidays - Strathyre is listed with us by the managing agent Forest Holidays.
PLEASE NOTE - All Forest Holiday locations will be closed until at least 26 April 2020.
Immerse yourself in the tranquillity of Mother Nature at these Forest Holidays lodges in Strathyre, Scotland. Peering out across Loch Lubnaig in the Queen Elizabeth Forest Park, they are beautiful, rural hideouts that have freedom at heart. Soak up the spectacular natural views from your outdoor hot tub, or wriggle into your wellies and head out into the woods for a wander. With a choice of secluded and large family cabins, you can find the perfect retreat for you and your loved ones.
Forest Holidays Strathyre is a collection of 35 lodges, surrounded by sublime lochs, enchanting forests and dramatic mountain ranges. Each has its own slice of untouched natural beauty, with views across the tranquil loch or lush woodland canopy. Expect sophisticated furnishings and quality craftsmanship beside state-of-the-art mod-cons and a personal concierge service. A central Forest Retreat even has plenty of extras, including a delicious café, relaxed bar and a handy local store.
The one-bed Golden Oak Hideaway is the ultimate couple’s pad with a hot tub on the deck and a large sunken bath. While away your afternoons in the swinging outdoor hammock or stargaze at night. There’s fluffy robes and slippers to keep you toasty and warm, along with a roaring log burner and heated floors.
The Golden Oak and Silver Birch cabins are also equally stylish and are a mix of one-to-four-bedroom lodges with their own hot tubs. Cook in the well-equipped kitchens or relax on the comfy, sink-in sofas, booking soothing spa treatments and ordering gourmet room service. At night, you can retire to your dreamy bedrooms that are finished with deluxe mattresses and crisp, hotel linen.
Step beyond your lodge to explore the breath-taking local scenery, embarking on gentle walks, mountain biking or exhilarating adventures. Ask the on-site forest ranger to tell you the woodland’s secret tales or head out in the night for a tour around the trails. Water sport-lovers can spend the day out on the loch, while nature-lovers can sit back and wildlife spot. Prancing deer and soaring buzzards can often be seen here, alongside the rare and beautiful pine martins darting around the trees. The quaint market town of Callander is also well worth a visit, as is the nearby village of Aberfoyle and the historic city of Stirling.
Glasgow Airport - 1 hr 15 mins
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