Log Cabin Holiday Parks in Scotland for Golfing, Fishing and Water Sports

 log cabin holidays in Scotland

Staying in holiday parks in Scotland is very popular for family breaks. Log cabin accommodation makes it special and a terrific way of having an outdoors lifestyle with the kids. You can’t beat Scotland for scenic locations, fresh produce, and the opportunity to see wildlife.



If your family is into sport, numerous sporting facilities are to be found onsite or within a short distance of the holiday park. You can combine a break with your favourite hobby or try something entirely new. 

Log cabin golf breaks in Scotland

golf holidays with log cabin accommodation in scotlandScotland is considered the ‘home of golf’ and is known for its many splendid courses. Golfers can look for log cabin accommodation in a location that offers the right course for their abilities. As they look for 9-hole or 18-hole courses, they will also come across championship courses, many of which have a long history. Why not tee off in gorgeous landscaping and enjoy stunning views. In addition to serious golfing in the area, several holiday parks offer fun golfing for the family, with crazy golf and putting greens. Look for bargains when choosing a park with a nearby course. Lots of courses have discount schemes, whereby visitors can take advantage of special prices for a number of rounds. Also take advantage, if you want to eat out, of the meals and snacks available in the clubhouse restaurant and bar.

Fishing breaks with stays in log cabins in Scotland

fishing log cabin breaks scotlandFishing may be more your style. Again, many holiday parks are ideally situated for your sport. Fishing lakes, or lochs as they are known in Scotland, are bountiful. Different kinds of fishing, including fly-fishing, are a popular way of spending time in some of the best scenery.  For example, Loch Tay is known for its trout and salmon. You can fish from the banks or hire a boat, often with a ghillie in attendance.  Wherever you go, make sure you obtain any permits that are required. Some fishing lakes have disabled access. If you have your own boat, some locations allow you to use that, if you want to save on hiring costs.

Lochside log cabins with sailing

sailing holidays in scotland, stay in log cabins beside a lochIf you are a family that likes to sail, what better place to spend quality time together, on a beautiful loch with mountains reflected in the water. Some log cabin holiday parks have been sited to give holidaymakers the opportunity to use nearby activity centres. These centres offer the facilities to have a go at various sports, and you can get tuition if desired. Sailing and other water sports are often featured. You may want to try kayaking, canoeing or wind surfing.

Lots of log cabins have private decking overlooking a loch. For a self-catering holiday, nothing is more relaxing than staying in one. Modern kitchens, comfy living areas and bedrooms, games for the kids and outdoor areas with barbecues are just some of the reasons why they are so popular. As for location, Scotland has so much to offer, from the Border regions to the Highlands and islands. Whether you opt for the Trossachs, the Cairngorms or Caithness or anywhere in-between, you’ll have a holiday to remember.

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