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Log Cabins & Cottages Central Scotland

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Our cottages in Central Scotland are the ideal option whether you're after outdoor adventure, history, wildlife, scenery, shopping, golf or gastronomy.

A land that links the Highlands with the Lowlands, with jewel-like islands for neighbours, Argyll is full of natural beauty spots. This is a place where Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots made their mark, not to mention notorious outlaws like Rob Roy. Watch the sun go down at Kintyre, drink whisky on Islay, savour seafood in Oban or tie the knot on the 'Bonnie banks of Loch Lomond'.

Bang in the middle of Scotland, Perthshire is home to some of Europe's most incredible trees and woodlands and is affectionately known as 'Big Tree Country'. It's also one of the country's great adventure regions, offering a whole host of activities from fishing and walking to off-road cycling, golf and dare-devil sports.

Meet Desperate Dan when you book a cottage in Central Scotland!

Explore the ancient landscapes of Angus, rich in historical and cultural sites. Discover the tranquil highland glens, sweeping sandy beaches and coastal paths along rugged shores. Eat cake with Desperate Dan in the vibrant city of Dundee. Or play championship golf at Carnoustie.

Talking of golf, the Kingdom of Fife boasts over forty courses including the famous greens of St. Andrews. Follow the Fife Coastal Path along windswept cliffs, admiring extraordinary rock formations, flora and wildlife. Potter around the attractive fishing villages of East Neuk. Or head inland to romantic castles nestling amid peaceful countryside.

Wherever your Central Scotland cottage may be, we promise you'll have a holiday to remember!