Wildside Highland Lodges offers luxury holiday lodges and log cabins for holiday rental. Wildside Highland Lodges are set in idyllic woodland on the banks of the River Fechlin, deep in the heart of the Highlands. The perfect retreat for creating cherished family holiday memories, Wildside is the best of traditional Scotland married with the ultimate luxury escape.
offers the following facilities.
Holiday Lodges in Whitebridge with Hot Tubs
Why not book a holiday lodge with a hot tub at Wildside Highland Lodges and you could be soaking away your stresses whilst enjoying the Inverness-shire countryside views. Without doubt a hot tub is a great luxury for any holiday.
When you book a holiday lodge at Wildside Highland Lodges you get the best of both worlds. A self catering holiday gives you the freedom of being able to explore all the delights Whitebridge and Inverness-shire has to offer with out being tied down to meal times...And for the times when you don't want to cook you can treat yourself at the Wildside Highland Lodges restaurant. Of course you can always eat out at the local pubs and restaurants as well!.
At Wildside Highland Lodges there is a takeaway on the park. This means that if you dont want to eat out or cook you have the third option of a takeaway.
Ideal for fishing holidays
Don't forget to pack your fishing gear! Wildside Highland Lodges is an ideal base for a fishing holiday in Inverness-shire as there are fishing opportunities either on the park or close by.
Children's Play Area
If you are looking to book a family holiday then Wildside Highland Lodges could be the perfect answer. Wildside Highland Lodges has a children's play area which is ideal for kids to burn off excess energy and make friends with the other children enjoying their Inverness-shire holiday.
If you are booking a longer holiday at Wildside Highland Lodges then it's still possible to pack light. The on park launderette will help you make the most of the clothes you have packed.
Pet Friendly Lodges
There is no reason to leave your pets behind because at Wildside Highland Lodges some lodge accommodation welcomes well behaved pets. Wildside Highland Lodges understands that a family holiday means all the members of your family including your dog. You also get to save money as well as we all know that kenels can be pretty expensive. There is also plenty to do around Whitebridge for both you and your dog.
If you need to catch up with emails or want to surf the web while holidaying at Wildside Highland Lodges then you will find the wifi or internet access very useful. For more details please check when you book. Another option for internet access is to search for wifi hotspots in Whitebridge or IV2 6UN. You can also check mobile broadband coverage as well if internet access is important to you.
Other facilities and features include:
Local country hotel - Serving food and takeaway pizza (200 metres)Gourmet food delivery*Exclusive private chef hire*Quality outdoor adventure playground (applicable for 2012)Kids Explorer Packs (applicable for 2012)Outdoor giant Jenga and draughts (applicable for 2012)Wi-Fi accessNintendo Wii and games (applicable for 2012)Free DVD hireFree fishing on siteLaunderette*All facilities available for all dates. *Charges apply. Welcome pack including: Tea, coffee, milk and sugar, salt, pepper and olive oil, bread, butter and local confectionery
The perfect retreat for creating cherished family holiday memories, Wildside is the best of traditional Scotland married with the ultimate luxury escape.This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is characterised by a backdrop of stunning mountain scenery, and with just enough activities to keep even the most active amused, Wildside offers it all.Wildside is located on the majestic South Loch Ness Trail. This exciting trail takes in seven lochs and stretches 28 miles between Loch Tarff to Troutbeck.There are several awe inspiring viewpoints where Loch Ness stretches out before you, great for that all important holiday snapshot!This nature lovers' paradise, favoured by rare red deer among its host of wildlife, is a rich patchwork of heather-clad hills, lush dark forests and sparkling lochs - including the fabled Loch Ness - and breathtaking panoramic views begging exploration. If you are wanting to tour this spectacular area then Wildside is a great base, both Fort Augustus and Inverness are easily accessible by car and make for great family days out for all to enjoy.Perfect for family holidays or breaks at any time of the year, Wildside offers a selection of superbly appointed luxury lodges, all with woodburning stoves, some with hot tubs and each with a blend of both contemporary and traditional Scottish features.
The local area around Wildside Highland Lodges & Inverness-shire
Looking for history, legend, romance and dramatic Highland scenery? They're on your doorstep when you stay at on holiday in Inverness-shire. Magical and mysterious, Loch Ness draws visitors from far and wide eager to spot the famous monster - explore the haunting ruins of Castle Urquart while you're here or head up into the Great Glen for some superb walking. At the western end of the loch, near Ben Nevis and Glen Coe, you'll find Fort William, a notable centre for outdoor pursuits.Make time to explore the Cairngorms National Park when you stay on holiday in Inverness-shire. Its outstandingly beautiful landscape is not only a haven for wildlife but also a stunning backdrop for hiking, mountain biking and climbing. Enjoy a nostalgic steam train ride on the Strathspey Railway from Aviemore to Broomhill, now famous as Glenbogle in TV's Monarch of the Glen. For city pleasures, there's Inverness, Capital of the Highlands, and home to an impressive Gothic cathedral as well as good shops and restaurants. Close by is the evocative windswept heath of Culloden battlefield. And be sure to take a whale and dolphin spotting boat trip in the Moray Firth - an unforgettable experience and surely a highlight of holidays in Inverness-shire.
Accommodation & Prices
All accommodations include: Choose from a selection of superbly appointed luxury lodges all with woodburning stoves, some with hot tubs and each with a blend of both contemporary and traditional Scottish features in mind. Perfect for family holidays or breaks at any time of the year. Private outdoor hot tub (Glen Mhor lodge) Woodburning stoveFlat screen TV with freeviewiPod docking stationDVD/CDFamily board gamesKitchen including microwave, washer/dryer (Glenmorangie and Dalwhinnie Premier), dishwasher (Dalwhinnie Premier only) and fridge/freezerBath and/or showerJacuzzi bath (Dalwhinnie Premier only)Luxury bed linen, duvets and fluffy towelsLuxurious bathrobes and slippers in each master bedroom (applicable for 2012)Beds made up for your arrivalPrivate patio with furnitureBarbecueDouble glazed and centrally heated (except Glenmorangie)Double glazed and heated throughout (Glenmorangie)Gas and electricity includedTravel cots and highchairsPets £25pw each (max 2) (in specific accommodation)
Weekly accommodation prices:£345 - £1150
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