Nestled in the gateway to the highlands of Scotland, our lodges offer you a chance to escape to the country for a sumptuous break away. A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Highland Heather Lodges, where we offer superbly appointed luxury accommodation in the heart of the Scottish countryside.

Relax and unwind…on a peaceful break to our luxury lodges…

Stylishly constructed from natural timber & stone by local craftsmen, our lodges lie in the beautiful valley of Strathearn on the Highland Line, which divides the Lowlands of Scotland from the Highlands. We are perfectly situated on the doorstep of magnificent scenery from the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park.

Stay a while, or just take a short visit. Our lodges are available for both long term and short stays here in the scenic heart of Perthshire, Scotand.

Stay in stylish splendor, where woodland walks are followed by hot tub soaks…

If beauty, convenience and a great location is what you’re looking for, then take a break in one of our lodges for a fantastic mix of opulence and picturesque nature.

Our accommodation comes equipped with hot tubs and barbecues to make your stay extra special!

Use our lodges as home base for a woodland walk or a breath-taking bike ride – there are places to paddle and castles to conquer wherever you look. Or take things at your own pace; see the sights or just get away from it all with a glass of wine under a blanket of stars.

News from the Lodge

Celebrate Local Produce in September

The Year of Food and Drink in Scotland has been a booming success, and we’ve already seen such amazing months as Delicious Dairy, Brewing and Distilling, Award Winning Food and native Berries and Fruits. Coming up in September however is one of the best possible months for enjoying Scottish food – the celebration of food and drink from Scotland itself! This is all about eating locally sourced food, a debate which has appeared in the news lately as dairy farmers throughout the UK struggle to stay afloat. Reading between the lines, the true ethos of this September is to support and protect local farms, allowing them to continue to grow