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New to Host Unusual: Kinlochlaich Treehouse, Culbin Edge, Loch Tay Vacations and Big Sky Lodges

6 February 2017

#ScotSpirit; it’s the hashtag for Visit Scotland’s ‘Spiritof Scotland’ campaign and we can see why – there is certainly no shortage ofit! Ancient battlegrounds, cultural traditions, myth & heritage, they areall here to experience in abundance and Host Unusual are pleased to announcefour new properties from which to enjoy this majestic land.  A quaintoctagonal eco-treehouse, a stylish contemporary cabin with wood-fired hot tub, aHighland glamping retreat with unique geodomes and a collection of six stunningScandinavian lodges located within 17 acres of traditional Scottish croft land.
 
Kinlochlaich Treehouse 
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Kinlochlaich Treehouse is postcard material if ever wesaw it. Enjoying a historic setting within an 18th Century orchard and formingpart of the grounds of historic Kinlochlaich House in Appin, the design isequally unique and individual, with an octagonal building design, slate roofand arched windows.  The inside is open-plan in design, with a uniquegallery area and spiral staircase. The outdoor decking is great forappreciating the surrounding woodland views, and you’ll also have access totennis, table tennis and barbecue facilities in the garden grounds.
 
Culbin Edge
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The Moray Coast beaches here have been voted among the top12 in Scotland by National Geographic and you should make Culbin Edge your homeof choice whilst visiting. This is contemporary style at its most impressive,with oak floors, calming tones and a bright, open-plan living space.  Thewood fired hot tub is the piece de resistance.  Stargaze, listen to theroaring fire, take in the night air and completely relax in this peacefulsetting with beaches and mountains as your backdrop. Bliss!
 
Loch Tay Vacations
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Perhaps some of the most iconic scenery is the centralHighlands of Scotland and what better place to enjoy than Loch Tay Vacations.The newest addition to the lodges, cabins and wigwams that already grace thisbeautifully landscaped site are the impressive Geodomes. From just £65 pernight you can stay in these wonderfully furnished and futuristic domes with wood-burnersand set within a ‘dome village’.  The views out to Loch Tay and thesurrounding mountains will take your breath away – imagine waking up to thiseach morning!
 
Big Sky Lodges
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Magnificent woodlands, endless skies and wild meadows provideyour views, and grazing horses and Highland cattle are your neighbours at thisstunning Ross-Shire location. At Big Sky Lodges guests can choose from sixindividually styled Scandinavian lodges where traditional homely touches and contemporaryfeatures create the perfect blend of style and comfort. Woodburning stoves, sociableopen-plan living and bedrooms kitted out with fresh Egyptian cotton sheets willbe a welcome sight after days exploring all this spectacular area has to offer -from serene forest walks and browsing the shops at Muir of Ord, toNessie-spotting at nearby Loch Ness …

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