Highlands

Glamping in the Scottish Highlands will be an unforgettable experience. Look out for ‘Nessie’ at Loch Ness, conquer Ben Nevis, the UK’s highest peak and take in the incredible landscapes. You’ll be spoilt for choice when deciding what to see or do next on your glamping holiday in the Highlands of Scotland.

19 Oct 2018
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Highlands

Glamping in the Highlands takes you to the extreme northwest of mainland Scotland. Inverness serves as the Gateway to the Highlands with glamping sites scattered across the rugged scenery. The main attractions for glamping holidays in the Highlands of Scotland are the magnificent Cairngorms National Park (the first national park in Scotland) and Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. Imagine staying in cosy glamping pods in the Highlands overlooking Loch Lomond with its still waters. Or how about snuggling down in fully-equipped glamping domes and bell tents in the Highlands at the foot of the impressive Cairngorms in the Grampian Mountain range. Glamping in the Highlands of Scotland is a world away from city bustle and 21st century stress!

You can easily reach your glamping accommodation in the Highlands by flying into Inverness Airport or catching the West Highland Railway from Glasgow to Oban, Fort William and Mallaig. It means your glamping holiday in the Scottish Highlands starts immediately, without a long drive north. Just bring some suitable clothing and basics as our best glamping sites in the Highlands are fully equipped with almost everything you need. It’s not like camping at all - it’s luxury glamping!

We have all types of glamping pods in Scotland including some unusual glamping wigwams in the Highlands at Grantown-on-Spey. This top Highlands glamping site in the Cairngorms has modern wooden glamping pods or bothies for up to 5 guests. Even family glamping in the Highlands is easy to enjoy when you book spacious tipis, yurts or fully-insulated glamping huts. Modern glamping pods and wigwams in the Highlands include heating and seating. You’re sure to sleep well on foam mattresses after a day of hiking, climbing, fishing and mountain biking. State-of-the-art toilets, hot showers, laundry facilities, electric kettles and freesat TV mean that even on rainy days your glamping break in the Highlands can still be fun.

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