Cheap lodges with hot tubs in Scotland

Lodges with Hot Tubs in Scotland

Holiday lodges with hot tubs are perfect whether you plan for a romantic getaway or to just spend some quality time with a bunch of friends. Hot tubs also help us to relax and unwind, and the best part is you can enjoy a hot tub whether it’s raining or shining. There are a dozen holiday locations in secluded forests and clifftops with panoramic views within Scotland that have self-catering, and with access to local amenities. If you can picture yourself on a holiday like this, then the research we did on finding some fabulous holiday cabins will be sure to impress and get you into the mood of booking your own cabin holiday soon. So let’s take a look at a few of the places we found, their features and what they have to offer, whether it’s by a loch, further away on custom build park on the Scottish boarders, or hidden in the Scotish woodland. There’s something here for everyone to visit and enjoy.

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Ebba Lodge, Coldingham, Scottish Borders

Ebba Lodge resides in a lodge park and is a custom built high quality accomodation, giving off a rustic feel. The building features a large private deck with its own hot tub and a fully equipped kitchen perfect for self-catering. Ebba Lodge is a great place to stay if you plan to explore the Berwickshire coast line. It averages at £101 per night.


Burnside, Dalavich, Taynuilt, Argyll

Burnside is a charming authentic holiday cabin with an abundance of character and surrounded by beautiful woodland, it boasts a wood fired Scandinavian hot tub, but that comes at an additional cost of £60 per stay and is required when booking. Burnside features an open plan lounge with all self-catering and up-to-date kitchen appliances. Argyll is a great place to explore and if you fancy a day outside, the cabin is just a short walk from Loch Awe. The cabin averages at £77 per night.


 Innis Chonnel Cabin, Loch Awe, Taynuilt

Just up from Dalavich is another unique holiday cabin that promotes a tranquil atmosphere with its own luxury hot tub. It has a private balcony that has stunning views of Loch Awe. The cabin is a five berth, so there is plently of space to relax. The cabin comprises of open plan living room/kitchen, two bedrooms with access to a showered bathroom. There is lots to see and things to do with boat and bike hire avaliable nearby, and you fancy eating out the Lochview Bar and restaurant is highly reccommended. It averages at £111 per night.


Lochside Lodge, Loch Awe, Scotland

Lochside Lodge delivers a true log cabin experience for all visitors who have the opportunity to stay. It is situated right on the edge of Loch Awe and comes with access to a wood burning hot tub. The lodge consists of an open planned living room, dinning area and kitchen, a twin room comprising of bunk beds, so would be great holiday for a family with children. The main bedroom looks out directly over Loch Awe, and boasts its own ensuite.

To anyone who truely wants to get away from the rat-race for a few nights holiday Lockside Lodge is a stunning private place. It has it’s own fishing rights and there is access to a boat launch area. It also has access to free Wifi, so you can still surf the internet and stay in touch via social media, but you’ll probably be busy taking pictures of the beautiful scenery surrounding Lockside Lodge. The lodge averages at £109 per night.

Where to Visit Near Aberdeen for a Memorable Holiday

The Aberdeenshire region, which stretches from Cairngorm National Park right to the coast is notorious for its numerous beautiful towns and countless must-see attractions. It has breathtaking landscapes that are ideal for a feel-good getaway. Aberdeenshire is rich in picturesque towns along the coastline that will soothe the soul and fill the eyes with endless beauty, such as Portsoy, Pennan and Cullen, that lay along the Banffshire Coast. Aberdeenshire will inspire anyone who loves to see the beauty that exists in nature and enjoys the remarkable historical sites.

Where to Visit Near Aberdeen

Other towns in proximity to Aberdeen, such as Cruden Bay or Balmedie surely won’t disappoint either. The Cruden Bay Golf Club is sure to make your golf game memorable with its breathtaking views. While in Cruden Bay, either for a round of golf or a beautiful holiday, don’t miss the ruins of the 13th-century Slains Castle, situated along the coast. The ruins, which are rumoured to have been Bram Stoker’s inspiration for “Dracula,” can be experienced whilst on a coastal walk. Cruden Bay is a picturesque village well-located for golf lovers and visitors who yearn for a view of Slains Castle, where famed author Bram Stoker holidayed over many summers.

Loch Muick provides highly-recommended views and is surrounded on either side by steep hills. The sights and sounds of various wildlife at Loch Muick are spectacular, so don’t be surprised if you spot any eagles or deer in the area. The loch is a favourite among walkers who enjoy its relatively flat path and its animal life. Further along, the path leads to Royal Deeside, where lies the Balmoral Estate.

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Loch Muick Spectacular place to visit

Bennachie is another place to enjoy a walk and take in the views of the rolling hills and the lush forests. Not only will you bask in the beauty of the area throughout your hike, but you will also be further amazed when you reach Mither Tap peak, which offers panoramic views of the countryside.

A scenic drive in Aberdeenshire can also please visitors who prefer not to walk. There are winding roads that travel through rough terrain and glide past the Cairngorm National Park. You can also catch a glimpse of the Corgarff Castle by driving down Ballater Road. While in the area, ensure your scenic drive includes Lecht Pass. Further, travellers will reach Bullers of Buchan – another point of interest. Bullers of Buchan is famous for its collapsed cavern, etched and shaped according to the desires of the sea, with its two arches extending outward. From Bullers of Buchan to Boddam, you will see unbelievable clifftop scenery and amazing bird life. Still further ahead the coastal path will bring you to Boddam.

Continuing on the coastline, enjoy the jagged scenery that is an attestation to the glorious world in which we live, with an arch breaching a natural wall that extends right into the sea – called the Camel’s Hump. Exercise extreme caution while on this tricky and dangerous path as it lies very close to the edge.