Strathisla Log Cabin

Luxury two-bedroom, self-catering log cabin with private hot tub. 

Dog friendly, Wheelchair accessible. 

Our luxury and secluded self-catering Scandanavian log cabin complete with its own private hot tub and sauna is perfect for short stays and weekly getaways. Strathisla sleeps four with two double en-suite bedrooms and a large, spacious living area which is ideal for both family holidays and romantic breaks. Situated in the Scottish Borders, just north of the River Tweed and only a short distance from Berwick-Upon-Tweed, the log cabin is surrounded by beautiful countryside perfect for escaping your busy day-to-day life. Secluded from the wider world, the cabin is tucked away, hidden by the surrounding trees giving it ultimate privacy allowing you to enjoy quality time with loved ones. 

  • Two double bedrooms with en-suites. 
  • Luxurious main bedroom en-suite featuring a gorgeous free-standing roll-top bath, double his and hers vanity and shower. 
  • The second en-suite is an elegantly styled wet room, suitable for wheelchair users. 
  • Open plan kitchen, dining, and lounge area with a fully equipped kitchen with utensils, electric oven, hob, fridge freezer, dishwasher, and microwave. 
  • The living room has two settees, a flat-screen TV and a DVD player. 
  • A large decking area ideal for dining alfresco, with a BBQ available. 
  • Private hot tub, sauna and deck chairs. 
  • Perfect location, with an open and spacious garden area perfect for playing games and running around with children and pets. 
  • Travel cot and highchair are available on request. 
  • Pets friendly. 
  • Free Wi-fi  
  • Bed linen, towels and robes are provided. 
  • No smoking accommodation. 
  • Berwick-upon-Tweed is 7 miles away with supermarkets, cafes and restaurants. 
  • Situated 56 miles from Edinburgh and 69 miles from Newcastle upon Tyne 

Check out our Scottish Borders and Activities pages to discover more about the area. 

Whether it’s a romantic break or a family activity holiday, self-catering in the Scottish Borders doesn’t get much better than this. 

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