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Lodges and log cabins in Banchory, Scotland

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3 listings within 24.1 kilometres of Banchory with 0 bookable

  • 3.1 kilometres

    Greenpark Wigwams

    Banff, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Show on map

    No availability at present on

  • 5.2 kilometres

    Castlewood Leisure Park

    Strachan, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Show on map

    No availability at present on

  • 16.4 kilometres

    Deeside Holiday Park

    Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire, Scotland Show on map
    • Family-run site in green surroundings, 20 minutes' drive from Aberdeen
    • Five minutes' drive from cafés and restaurants in Peterculter
    • Games room, playground, TV lounge/dining area and indoor soft play

    No availability at present on

Banchory Lodge Breaks

When ambling through the scenic Aberdeenshire countryside or visiting Royal Deeside’s best castles, these lodges, pods and bothies in the Banchory area make a cosy bolthole for outdoor breaks and are all a great alternative to hotel accommodation. With a range of options nestled between Scotland’s east coast and the spectacular Cairngorms National Park, you’ll be well-placed for adventure, whether you’re seeking a romantic break for two or the comfort and convenience of family-sized glamping. Read on to find out what’s available, what you could get up to in the surrounding area and how to find a Banchory lodge that ticks all the right boxes. 

Where you should stay around Banchory 

  • If you’re looking for dog-friendly glamping accommodation in the Highlands, you’ll find a lodge near Banchory that fits the bill. A quick search for dog-friendly lodges in Banchory brings up several options where you can settle down for a cosy stay with your pup, and there are lots of walking spots in the area you can explore with your four-legged friend at your own pace. 

  • Family-friendly lodges near Banchory are also in plentiful supply – you could start by finding a spot with an on-site play area where the little ones can blow off some steam, or you could plan day trips to top local kid-pleasing attractions like Banchory Go Ape or the Royal Deeside Railway, a heritage steam line. 

  • Visiting rural Aberdeenshire is a joy no matter the time of year, so have a look at which Banchory lodges have year-round availability to plan a trip outside of the peak season. In winter, you could head to the nearby Alford Ski Centre for snowsports tuition with expert instructors, while in autumn you could admire the colourful leaves on display at the Falls of Feugh.

What you can do near Banchory

  • There’s lots of fishing on offer in the Deeside area, and being in a lodge means you’ll have plenty of space to store your angling gear (you may also find your unit comes with its own barbecue too, so you can cook what you’ve caught and prepare an alfresco fish feast). 

  • Golf is also a big deal in this part of Aberdeenshire, and Banchory has both nine and 18-hole courses to try out. A lodge break means there’ll be ample space for your clubs, plus enough room to keep your smarter attire for drinks in the clubhouse afterwards. 

  • Banchory is about as close as you can get to the bustling city of Aberdeen (35 minutes) while still feeling like you’re staying somewhere unmistakably rural. A lodge or cabin here makes a great base for day trips to Aberdeen city centre, where shopping, visiting the cobbled streets around the university and exploring the city’s museums are all on the cards. 

  • Use your glamping accommodation as a base to explore Royal Deeside’s finest castles. The storied fortresses of Crathes Castle and Drum Castle can both be reached within a quarter of an hour from Banchory, while Balmoral is also possible for a day trip. 

Here’s how

Pitchup makes it simple to find and reserve your next break. Each one of our Banchory and Aberdeenshire lodges and log cabins has its own features and facilities, so use the tick-box filters on this page to find exactly what you’re looking for. Your accommodation may come with handy extras like a barbecue, a laundry room where you can wash and dry your clothes or heating to keep you toasty and warm at night. 

Scotland, of course, is home to a wide range of top-rated destinations. You can browse all of our Scottish lodges with availability and see what takes your fancy, or if you fancy a break further afield you can check out what else is on offer around the UK with our lodges in England or Wales