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Highland Heather Lodges

South Crieff Road
Tel: +44 (0)1764 670 440
Fax: +44 (0)1764 670 655

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A warm welcome awaits you at Highland Heather Lodges, where we offer superbly appointed Scottish log cabins available for both long and short stays. With hot tubs & BBQ's, this truly is luxury, self-catering holiday accommodation, in the heart of Perthshire, Scotland.

Stylishly constructed from natural timber and stone by local craftsmen these new architect-designed log cabins lie in the beautiful valley of Strathearn on the Highland Line which divides the Scottish Lowlands from the Highlands and are at the gateway to the magnificent scenery of the Trossachs and the Loch Lomond National Park.

An easy walk to the attractive village of Comrie which has good local shops and a wide choice of eating places, offering both International and Scottish cuisine. There are a variety of local easily accessible walks, the Circular walk around Comrie is one of the most popular. For the slightly more serious walker, Ben-y-honzie and Ben Vorlich are not too far away. Comrie has its own earthquake house lying on the Highland boundary fault.

Our Highland lodges are within reach of a number of attractions including stately homes and distilleries. Auchingarrich Wildlife Park is nearby and also Blair Drummond Safari Park, offering a memorable day out for the whole family. There are many excellent local golf courses including the famous Gleneagles with its three championship courses (venue of the 2014 Ryder Cup) which at certain times of the year is on a two for one ticket. There are water sports and sailing at Loch Earn.

The owners can arrange salmon and trout fishing and the use of the Crieff Hydro leisure facilities on request. Situated in gloriously peaceful countryside adjacent to Highland Heathers Nursery, the self-catering luxury lodges stand in a sheltered valley a few miles from the lovely market town of Crieff and the fair city of Perth.

Situated in the heart of Scotland, this is the ideal base for exploring the Perthshire Lochs and glens, the Trossachs and the highlands, yet within easy reach for Edinburgh, Perth and Stirling. 

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