Forest Holidays

Lose yourself to the loch in new Strathyre cabins

Forest news


Forest Holidays, the nature-lover’s choice for luxury cabin holidays, is launching 11 new cabins on the shores of stunning Loch Lubnaig in Strathyre, Scotland, this Spring.

Loch Lubnaig is within the Loch Lomond and The Troassachs National Park and offers magical walks, canoeing and fishing. Or for those feeling less active, it provides the opportunity to reflect on the amazing views or watch the local wildlife, which includes red squirrels or wild deer.

Guests can also enjoy the local delicacies – as served up by the Picnic Butler – a service exclusive to Forest Holidays. A trained forest ranger who will lead guests to special locations and serve them a delicious locally sourced picnic, while offering a unique insight into the area and the wildlife to provide a truly special experience.

Forest Holidays’ luxury timber and glass cabins provide the perfect base to explore. Most offer enchanting views of Loch Lubnaig, while others are arranged together in a grassy glade between forest and loch. Encircled by forest, loch and mountain, Strathyre is the ultimate holiday escape.

There are four one-bedroom Golden Oak Hideaway cabins available from February. Designed and built exclusively for romantic couples’ holidays, the Golden Oak Hideaway is a cosy love-nest, complete with hot tub and hammock on the decking, a wood burning stove, and a decadent sunken bath, big enough for two, with a forest view.

There will also be four one-bedroom and three four-bedroom Golden Oak cabins, offering superior positions, fluffy robes in the en-suite, outdoor hot tub and a log burning stove in the spacious living area. These are the first Hideaway and four-bedroom cabins to be built by Forest Holidays in their Scotland locatons. 

The environment is at the heart of the Forest Holidays ethos and all the cabins have been designed to combine beauty with sustainability. The wooden exteriors sit harmoniously in their woodland surroundings and the panoramic floor-to-ceiling windows bring the outside in. All cabins also feature low-cost heating systems and gutters that allow water to flow back into the forest.