Log Cabin Holidays

Log Cabin & Cottage short breaks and holidays in the UK.

“Fàilte (Welcome) to Loch Aweside Forest Cabins and the great outdoors!”

David & Hannah

Loch Aweside log cabins are situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty, near Dalavich, on the banks of spectacular Loch Awe. Our selection of charming self-catering cabins are positioned on large, secluded plots. They are in a stunning location and provide guests with the experience of true log cabin holidays. We have a varied selection of log cabin lodges, sleeping up to 8 people. Cabins have many character features including, vaulted ceilings, raised verandas, hot tubs at selected cabins and wood burning stoves in most cabins. Perfect location, whether you require a base from which to explore Argyll and the West Coast, simply enjoy the local area or just relax and be at one with nature.

This unique location was created by the Forestry Commission as a place of tranquility, amid outstanding scenery. In addition to the peace and quiet of the log cabin locations the surrounding area provides an amazing natural playground. There are forests, burns, rivers, castles, mountains and lochs to explore and enjoy. The area has a proliferation of walks, cycle routes and local attractions and is a world renowned destination for anglers.

wildlife-watching available at Dalavich is as good as it gets in the UK. Pine Marten and Red Squirrel are common and Osprey nest nearby. You can also see Golden Eagle and Sea Eagle, Red, Roe and Sikka Deer and an unparalleled amount of bird life.

Many visitors are captivated by the area, as we were, and return time and again to the shores of Loch Awe. We hope that you too will visit our highland hideaway and enjoy Dalavich log cabins and the natural wonders of this unspoiled part of Scotland.

We offer accommodation for up to 9 guests in our stunning lakeland cottage.This is in the beautiful Duddon Valley in the English Lake District. We also have a motor home for hire from SG8.

David and Hannah

Some useful links. Seafari, Dalavich Social Club and Kilmartin Museum.