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About Wildside Highland Lodges
Nestling in idyllic woodland on the banks of the River Fechlin, deep in the heart of the Highlands. The best of traditional Scotland meets the ultimate luxury escape. A backdrop of stunning mountain scenery characterises this area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and with just enough activities to keep even the most active amused Wildside offers the perfect retreat for creating your cherished family holiday memories your way. Favoured by rare red deer among its host of wildlife, this nature lovers’ paradise is a rich patchwork of heather-clad hills, lush dark forests, sparkling lochs – including fabled Loch Ness – and breathtaking panoramic views begging exploration. Meanwhile, both Fort Augustus and Inverness are easily accessible by car and make for a great day out for all to enjoy.
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Looking for history, legend, romance and dramatic Highland scenery? They’re on your doorstep when you stay at one of our holiday parks in Inverness-shire. Magical and mysterious, Loch Ness draws visitors from far and wide eager to spot the famous monster – explore the haunting ruins of Castle Urquart while you’re here or head up into the Great Glen for some superb walking. At the western end of the loch, near Ben Nevis and Glen Coe, you’ll find Fort William, a notable centre for outdoor pursuits.
Make time to explore the Cairngorms National Park when you stay at one of our holiday parks in Inverness-shire. Its outstandingly beautiful landscape is not only a haven for wildlife but also a stunning backdrop for hiking, mountain biking and climbing. Enjoy a nostalgic steam train ride on the Strathspey Railway from Aviemore to Broomhill, now famous as Glenbogle in TV’s Monarch of the Glen.
For city pleasures, there’s Inverness, Capital of the Highlands, and home to an impressive Gothic cathedral as well as good shops and restaurants. Close by is the evocative windswept heath of Culloden battlefield. And be sure to take a whale and dolphin spotting boat trip in the Moray Firth – an unforgettable experience and surely a highlight of holidays in Inverness-shire.