From a log cabin adrift on a lake to a campsite that runs down to the sea, these boltholes specialise in splendid isolation
Take it easy at this slow-living sanctuary among the soaring Scots pines of the Cairngorms national park. A clutch of eco-friendly cabins, a safari tent and a tiny campsite allow adventurers to hole up across these six wild acres in any way they wish, but the hidden gem here is the Woodsman, a wooden cabin for two with mammoth views of the mountains from the porch. There’s a wood-fired hot tub and a sauna available for guests to book, or practise your downward dog with daily yoga sessions.
Cabins from £134 per night, minimum 3 nights, lazyduck.co.uk