It’s the perfect way to see more of this beautiful country – go glamping in Scotland!
If you’re planning on booking a Scottish staycation this year, one of these glamping spots may be perfect for you. From the seriously luxurious complete with private hot tubs to those that offer wild camping without the hassle of setting up a tent, these spectacular glamping pods across the country will leave you wondering why you don’t get back to nature more often!
Unique Glamping Spots In Scotland
Sleeping two in one cosy double bed, it doesn’t get any cuter than this modern take on a shepherds hut. The Kailyard at Guardswell Farm in Perthshire may be small but it makes space for a kitchen with gas stove and sink so you can cook up something delicious before sitting around the fire pit and indulging in some star gazing. You’ll be likely to spot some of the locals too as your very own flock of Hebridean sheep and two donkeys roam close by. There’s no electricity or wifi at The Kailyard, so take this as the perfect opportunity to switch off and recharge.
The price: from £100 per night.
Set in the heart of the Scottish Borders, Roulotte Retreat is an escape from the outside world, surrounded by wildflowers and wildlife. Each of their quirky seven roulottes are beautifully furnished in luxe fabrics and rich colours and all come with their own facilities. There are wood burning stoves inside and both the Zenaya and Devanna roulottes each have private eco hot tubs. Or check in to Maharani and you can experience a private wood fired eco sauna with sunset views. It is the perfect place to recharge your batteries.
The price: from £115 per night with a two night minimum stay.
If you fancy the wild camping experience without the hassle of setting up your own tents, Comrie Croft’s unique handmade Nordic Kata tents are for you. Sleeping up to six in the Crieff woodland site, the katas feature a huge alpine style bed and LOTS of cushions and throws for comfort. You’ll have to bring your own sleeping bag and pillow, but the wood burning stove in the centre of the tent will do most of the work to keep you cosy! There are toilet outhouses and piping hot showers are just a minutes walk away.
The price: from £99 per night.
The Summer Howf
Stay in this beautiful Summer Howf set in a country garden just a few miles from Dunblane. It’s got a wood burning stove for chilly nights, an outdoor open fire pit and a stargazing window above your bed balcony. Does it get any more romantic than this cosy stay for two?
The Summer Howf is open from April to October.
The price: £105 per night with a minimum two night stay.
You may known Arnprior Farm for their pumpkin patch in Stirlingshire, but they now have glamping pods too! These eco friendly pods not only have their own private hot tubs and fire pits, but guests can also book the use of the bespoke private indoor swimming pool! Each pod sleeps up to five people making it perfect for families and are beautifully furnished using Scottish designers. Toilet and shower facilities are a short walk away, but private for each pod to use and come complete with local Siabann products.
The price: from £95 per night.
The Rowan Pod
This luxury glamping pod in the Scottish Borders is set in 633 acres of farmland full of animals including alpacas, ponies and hens! Complete with underfloor heating for winter stays, en suite bathroom and even mood lighting, there’s everything you could need in this pod. Just next door you’ll find you own BBQ hut and a hot tub for the ultimate glamping experience at The Rowan Pod.
The price: from £350 for a midweek two night stay.
North of Aberdeen in a tranquil coastal setting, you’ll find Tahuna Bothies – the perfect base to explore some of the North East coast’s most beautiful beaches. There are three to choose from – The Shepherdess’s Bothy (which is dog friendly), The Herdsman’s Bothy and The Beekeepers Bothy. Each sleeps four with incredible panoramic views of the coast to wake up to each morning.
The price: from £85 per night.