Big Sky Lodges is a family run business which offers six warm and cosy log cabins in the Scottish Highlands, each one unique with plenty of homely touches to make it a special place. Wood burning stoves, original art work, stylish furniture and walks in the woods next to the lodges. Whether you’re searching for a romantic break, a family week away, or just a chance to escape from it all, then hopefully you’ll find a log cabin to suit you. Set on 17 acres of traditional Scottish croft land Big Sky has fantastic views over birch woodland and open meadows grazed by horses and our famous Big Sky highland cattle. Ideally situated on the iconic North Coast 500, just ten miles from Inverness with its international airport, and near to Loch Ness, you won’t find a better or more relaxing base to explore the whole of the highlands. On the very doorstep is some of the most spectacular scenery in Scotland.
Inside, our log cabins are relaxed and comfortable, with wood burning stoves (Free firewood!), solid pine floors, wood lined rooms, full central heating and comfy and stylish furniture. The log cabins all have three bedrooms with two or three bathrooms and open plan living with fully fitted kitchens. Whether you are reading on the deep leather sofas next to the wood burning stove or enjoying the evening sun on the veranda there is always a perfect spot to relax in. All bookings include complimentary toiletries and a welcome pack of tea, coffee, fresh milk and our signature Tunnocks teacakes!
First and foremost, Big Sky Lodges, offers natural, environmentally friendly (wood is the only carbon neutral construction material) Scottish holidays for those seeking an exceptional natural area in which to stay as a family. The log cabins are built with the highest quality Finnish pine from Lapland, with the most modern comforts of home. Each log cabin is special, having been beautifully, tastefully and newly decorated throughout, with excellent fixtures and fittings providing a Highland home from home.
Some of the lodges have private balconies; why not eat your breakfast on a balcony whilst watching the local Red Kites catch theirs on the croft? Outside you can sit or dine on the veranda (there are no midges here) and enjoy watching the sunset late into the evening.
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Cottage added 22nd August 2013