Breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains and pristine shores are just a few reasons why glamping with a hot tub in Scotland should be your next rural escape. Whether you want to hike in the Scottish Highlands or wander around historic market towns, we’ve got glamping pods up and down the country that will satisfy whatever it is you’re craving.
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Annan, South West Scotland / Sleeps 2
Book from £51 Per Night - Stroll around the quaint market town of Annan, or walk through one of the many woodland trails that are on offer here.View property
Annan, South West Scotland / Sleeps 2
Book from £51 Per Night - Situated close to Dumfries & Galloway, experience world famous clay pigeon shooting or head down to one of the well stocked fly fishing lakes.View property
Strathy, Highland / Sleeps 3
Book from £90 Per Night - A truly amazing location! The view from the pod is possibly the best in the whole of the Highlands...View property
Although sunny weather isn’t always a given, there are tons of reasons to explore Scotland. If you’ve got a penchant for panoramic landscapes, Scotland has plenty – mountains, lochs, woodland. And until you’ve seen it with your own eyes, you won’t be able to appreciate its beauty and incredible vastness.
Then there’s the history, deep-rooted in its many villages, towns and cities. History buffs will love uncovering its heritage and historic tales that date all the way back to the first century.
With a plethora of rural locations, seaside towns and historic villages to explore, it’s easy to find the perfect glamping accommodation in Scotland for your next break.
Scotland has become a popular holiday destination with families and couples wanting to get back in touch with nature. But with so many glamping sites available, it can be difficult to know just where to visit and which accommodation type to book.
If you’re not a fan of camping in a tent but still want the camping experience, glamping pods are the perfect option. These wooden cabins are usually equipped with most of your home comforts – a bed, kitchenette, electricity, an en suite and sometimes even a wood-fired hot tub. And most importantly, they keep you sheltered from unpredictable weather conditions!
Yurts are usually round tents with hardy dwellings and ample room for large groups, making them an ideal family-friendly option. Inside these luxurious tents, you’ll find furnished bedrooms, fully-equipped kitchens and chic home-from-home decor. Some are even pet-friendly.
If you’re still not sure which glamping pods with hot tubs in Scotland are best for you, our friendly customer service team are always on hand to answer any of your queries!
The central belt of Scotland is home to a huge range of holiday destinations. Some of its most famous and beautiful natural features are here, as well as much of the country's historic and cultural heritage. Just to the north of Glasgow lies Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park. Its central location is favoured by those wanting to visit Scotland’s vibrant cities and town centres.
Loch Lomond is home to some of the most beautiful lakeside glamping pods. Enjoy stunning views from glamping hot tubs in Scotland without even needing to get out of bed! The surrounding woodland provides a secluded location for a truly rural escape.
There are glamping sites around Loch Tay too, further to the east and north of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs. This location is at the gateway to Stirlingshire, which has its own range of luxury glamping sites set in the Forth Valley. Then there’s Perthshire, known for the majestic River Tay. Glamping lodges and holiday parks can be found right next to national walking trails and horse-riding paths, so you’re never too far from something to do.
The Southern Highlands are known for their dramatic landscapes. Tourists can enjoy a visit to Loch Lomond, Ben Nevis and the Cairngorms National Park. This region stretches all the way from Kyle of Lochalsh to Inverness, offering its visitors everything from scenic walking routes to lively coastlines. Historic border towns like Kelso, Melrose and Peebles are a haven for those wanting to break away from the countryside and discover more of Scotland’s heritage.
To the west lies Dumfries and Galloway, heading past the furthest of England towards the northeast tip of Ireland. Dumfries and Galloway is home to a large number of holiday destinations, often based around caravan sites. These offer access to the many local fresh and saltwater fishing opportunities in the area, as well as being handy for the port of Stranraer, which has a ferry to Larne in Northern Ireland.
A particular highlight of glamping in Scotland is the Mabie Forest. This enchanting woodland is home to tailor-made glamping sites and adrenaline-pumping adventure trails. Marthrown of Mabie glamping site is located in the heart of the Mabie Forest and is famous for its bell tents, yurts and wigwams.
The far north and west of Scotland are home to the country's most dramatic landscapes. Shepherds' huts are a popular family-friendly glamping accommodation in the Highlands. As modern versions of these are fully heated and insulated, they give a level of comfort earlier inhabitants could only have dreamed of! Shepherds huts are available in several glamping areas around Invernesshire, in the centre of Scotland's Highland region. A visit to the Highlands wouldn’t be complete without a trip to the world-famous Loch Ness, to see if you can spot Nessie for yourself!
At Scotland’s most northerly point, its isles offer visitors pristine sandy beaches with clear blue waters. These remote islands are home to some of the most spectacular scenery and diverse wildlife. Travel around secluded coves and bay to spot puffins, dolphins and even whales!
With hundreds of late availability glamping pods released each month, you will be spoilt for choice.
You won’t need much for these short glamping holidays, all the hot tub pods are self catering with everything provided.
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