From luxurious yurts and cute cabins to Hobbitesque pods, Scotland has glamping breaks with hot tubs to suit everyone who wants a wee break from grown-up pressures, whatever the occasion. So whether you’re planning a super-chilled hen weekend, a knees-up staycation with the fam or a romantic retreat with your significant other, our select cuts of amazing Scotland glamping superstars are what you need for full-fat relaxation.
Here are 15 fabulous glamping with hot tub breaks in Scotland (where bubbles up your bum are guaranteed).
Whilst we have not stayed at every site, we have carefully selected those featured based on their location, unique character, awards and previous guest reviews. We may earn an affiliate commission if you book via the links below, but this never affects our rating.
With two luxurious yurts (Heather and Bramble) and two lovely lorries (Thistle and Juniper), Enchanted Glamping is a truly magical hot tub break in central Scotland. Nestled in the beautiful Ochil Hills in Perthshire, this stunning site is surrounded by breath-taking landscapes – the perfect bolthole for those looking to unwind and enjoy some of Scotland’s best scenery, with wrap-around peace and quiet.
The yurts are super stylish and boast some amazing amenities including king-sized beds, wood-burning stoves and roll-top baths. The lorries, which began their lives as horse transporters, have been cleverly refurbished with chic finishes and cute cabin beds for the kids.
The vibe: Remote romance meets family-friendly fabulousness. While the yurts have been specifically designed for the ultimate romantic weekend away, the two lorries can accommodate two adults and two children and have been kitted out with a few kid-friendly additions, such as swings and hammocks.
The tub: Each of the glamping options is accompanied by its very own wood-fired hot tub, complete with spectacular views and plenty of stargazing potential. The first night’s wood is included and more logs can be purchased thereafter for £10 a box.
The extras: As well as luxe interiors, high-quality bedding and dreamy baths, Enchanted Glamping offers some irresistible extras and add-ons. Beauty treatments can be arranged if you fancy a pampering sesh and nearby eatery Mimi’s can rustle up afternoon teas, breakfast boxes or seriously ritzy picnics and deliver them right to your door.
The downsides: Enchanted Glamping is set in the grounds of exclusive wedding venue, Alexander House, which makes it extremely popular for elopments, weddings and hen weekends. Advanced booking is a must, particularly if you have specific dates in mind.
The location: Despite its rural Perthshire location, Enchanted Glamping is less than an hour’s drive from both Edinburgh and Glasgow airports. Use their What Three Words location to ensure accurate navigation: balancing.sculpting.planting
Some of the accommodation may only be accessible with a 4×4 or on foot in certain weathers so ensure you choose a yurt or lorry that suits your needs.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 2
The Sawmill at Glen Dye, Aberdeenshire
Sleeps 2-4, from £250 for 2 nights
The sprawling Glen Dye estate in Aberdeenshire is home to an eclectic array of beautifully-designed accommodation options including a showman’s caravan, a river cabin and several gorgeous cottages. However, the Sawmill (with its airstream caravan, outdoor kitchen and pine wood location) seriously stands out.
The Sawmill can sleep two in the caravan and has an additional king-sized bedroom in the adjacent Keeper’s Hut. Guests can also make use of the stunning refurbished Seed Store, which houses a kitchen, living and dining space if the weather forces you indoors.
The vibe: Five-star wooded wonderland. The Glen Dye team have thought of every last detail to make your stay as comfortable as you could possibly wish. Whether you’re in need of locally-sourced meat for the barbecue, a charging point for your EV or a Vinyasa yoga session, Glen Dye has you covered.
The tub: In terms of location, you’d be hard pushed to find a better tub spot than this one. A wood-fired hot tub lies in the middle of the Sawmill site so you can relax and soak up those stunning Scottish surroundings. There’s also an outdoor shower for those who prefer a more invigorating back-to-nature bathing experience.
The extras: There are plenty of unmissable extras at Glen Dye including a pick-your-own vegetable garden, wood-fired sauna (£30 for three hours) and even an events space that can be hired as a private cinema! However, the bonus addition that really piques our interest is The Glen Dye Arms, a cosy BYOB pub that is open to site guests – yes please!
The downsides: The tub can take a little while to heat but there is more than enough to keep you occupied while you wait. Fire it up while you get to grips with the amazing Big Green Egg barbecue or crank up the Sawmill’s record player and unwind with a glass of something chilled while the temperature rises.
The location: Glen Dye is located in the north-east of Scotland and while you may not be able to get a bus or train directly to the site, the team can arrange to collect you if you’re travelling without a car. Aberdeen Airport is around 25 miles from the site while the closest train stations are Aberdeen and Stonehaven.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 3
Arnprior Farm, Stirlingshire
Sleeps up to 5, from £310 for 2 nights
With its super central location, Arnprior Farm offers the ideal base for anyone looking to get to know Scotland. There is always plenty going on at Arnprior; however, the site’s four glamping pods: Kirsty’s Knowe, Brae Face, Roundel and Four Acre, are located in a peaceful spot to help you relax, unwind and enjoy the beautiful surroundings.
The four pods are all well equipped with cooking equipment, a TV and DVD player and even WiFi, so you can keep your finger on the pulse during your time away from it all.
The vibe: Super fancy farm stay. Arnprior may be a working farm, but the four glamping pods are brimming with boutique hotel inspired touches. From the colourful décor to the underfloor heating and private bathroom block (complete with rainfall showers), these pods offer chic accommodation for couples or families, with each pod sleeping up to five people.
The tub: Each of the four glamping pods has its own hot tub with views over the farm. Time it right and you can watch lambs gambolling while you soak! Alongside the hot tub there is a fire pit so you can dry off, cosy up and enjoy an obligatory s’more or six.
The extras: As well as your own private hot tub, guests at Arnprior Farm also have access to the on-site indoor heated swimming pool. This gorgeous pool is filled with water from the nearby spring and warmed to 32°C by the site’s eco-friendly biomass boiler so that you can swim sustainably. The site also has its own giant vending machine, which has been carefully filled with all your stay essentials including logs, marshmallows and local produce such as potatoes and honey.
The downsides: Arnprior Farm hosts some amazing events throughout the year, including lambing in spring and an incredibly popular pumpkin patch in October. This means that the glamping pods book up well in advance for those periods so be sure to plan ahead to avoid disappointment!
The location: Although Arnprior Farm is surrounded by rolling Stirlingshire countryside, it’s also just 15 minutes from Stirling, 45 minutes from Glasgow and an hour from Edinburgh, making these the perfect pods for both town and country mice alike. Stirling train station is the closest to the site and the village of Arnprior can be reached by bus from either Glasgow or Stirling.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 4
Shulista Croft, Isle of Skye
Sleeps 2, from £185 per night
If Skye isn’t already on your bucket list, then take this as your sign to add it pronto! This Hebridean beauty is home to incredible coastlines, rugged mountains, Michelin-starred restaurants and wonderful wildlife. Among it all lies Shulista Croft, a working croft that is home to a super cosy wigwam complete with its own private hot tub for unwinding after a hard day’s adventuring.
While this wigwam is kitted out for couples, there are three further wigwams on the site, which are available for families. Set a discreet distance apart, these wigwams have an additional sofa bed and can sleep two adults and two children.
The vibe: Romantic escape that lets the setting do the talking. When it comes to location, Shulista Croft has got the lot: rolling fields, a sea view and spectacular skies, and the chic simplicity of the wigwam ensures that your focus stays on these stunning surroundings. Pack your boots and your cosiest jumper and prepare to embrace both the outdoors and the indoors.
The tub: A wood-fired hot tub complete with bubble jets and LED lighting sits just outside of the wigwam and all of your wood for the tub is included in the cost of your stay. Your hosts will even light your tub in advance so that you can hop in and rest your travel-weary bones as soon as you arrive. The views from this tub are truly spectacular and, if you’re lucky, the northern lights might even make an appearance.
The extras: The wigwam is kitted out with all the useful extras you could hope for including fluffy towels and bathrobes for hot-tub hopping, a coffee machine, a fire pit with grill for barbecuing, a well-equipped kitchenette, a TV and DVD player and a welcome pack of essentials such as tea and sugar.
The downsides: Only one of Shulista Croft’s glamping wigwams has a hot tub so be sure that you select the right options when booking your trip.
The location: Situated in the far north of the famous Isle of Skye, Shulista Croft’s remote location will make the hustle and bustle feel like a distant memory.
The Isle of Skye can be reached by ferry from Mallaig or via the Skye Bridge, which connects the island to the mainland from Kyles of Lochalsh. If you fancy the scenic route, you can also travel to the island on the world’s last remaining manually operated turntable ferry from Glenelg.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 5
Whin at Outfield Farm, Perthshire
Sleeps 2, from £375 for 2 nights
Nestled in the Perthshire hillside lies Whin, a gorgeous larch-clad cabin in the heart of Outfield Farm. With its mirrored panels, wood-burning stove and Scandi-inspired interiors, Whin takes almost-off-grid glamping to a whole new level and offers guests the chance to unplug and unwind.
As well as Whin, there are two further cabins on Outfield Farm, The Shieling and Bothan Dubh, and three cottages that can sleep up to six people. The properties can also be booked together for larger parties or family gatherings.
The vibe: Luxe wellness retreat. Outfield Farm’s architecturally-designed accommodation options are achingly chic yet still in harmony with the site’s stunning surroundings. From Whin’s wildflower roof to the on-site wind turbine that generates power for the site, Outfield Farm shows that style and sustainability are not mutually exclusive and offers a space that encourages you to relax and take a breath.
The tub: Whin’s Swedish Hikki tub sits on the property’s elevated balcony so that you can recline and enjoy views towards King’s Seat in the Sidlaw Hills. The tub is wood-fired so remember to light it in advance so that you can unwind with an after-dinner soak.
The extras: Look after mind, body and soul at Outfield’s dedicated wellness studio with gym equipment, a wood-fired sauna, a games room and outdoor tennis courts.
The downsides: Phone signal at Outfield Farm can be elusive and the cabins have no WiFi so that you have the chance to truly switch off, chill out and embrace the site’s mantra of “slow down, unwind, relax.”. Instagram addicts, you have been warned!
The location: Located in beautiful Perthshire, Outfield Farm is almost equidistant to Perth and Dundee and is most easily reached by car. The parking for Whin is around 50 metres from the cabin and the Outfield Farm team recommend a head torch to help with navigating the hillside in the winter months.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 6
Pathgreen Glamping, Perthshire
Sleeps up to 6, from £175 per night
Pathgreen Glamping combines contemporary styling with a stunning rural location to offer a glamping experience that goes above and beyond. Stunning scenery? Check. Private hot tub? Check. Fancy a luxurious massage treatment? No problem!
Pathgreen has two glamping pods, both of which are light, bright and beautifully decorated. The pods have cosy living spaces and compact but well-equipped kitchens, while outside there is a private patio area with a hot tub and barbecue area. White Clover can sleep up to six with a king-sized bed, two singles and a double sofa bed, while Heather can sleep up to four making it ideal for group getaways.
The vibe: Glamorous wellness getaway. Pathgreen is great for guests of all kinds, but with Heather sleeping up to four and White Clover sleeping up to six, these pods are perfect for girls’ getaway. The Pathgreen team offer loads of add-ons that would make for the perfect girls’ trip including a pizza oven with dough kits, afternoon tea deliveries, décor for special occasions and even special bride-to-be packages. Not to mention that the pods come complete with wine fridges.
The tub: Each of the two glamping pods has its own private wood-fired hot tub and for £35, the Pathgreen team will light yours before you arrive so that it’s lovely and toasty for you.
The extras: If soaking under the stars doesn’t promise quite enough relaxation, Pathgreen’s on-site spa, Meadowsweet, offers a wide range of treatments for your mind, body and soul. Try a reiki session, bespoke massage treatment or a nurturing facial – bliss!
The downsides: Pathgreen’s beautiful rural location means that you may struggle to get there by public transport so a designated driver will be required!
The location: Situated in central Scotland, Pathgreen is close to many areas of interest and beautiful spots to explore including Scone Palace, the city of Perth and Loch Leven. If you’re coming from further afield, Edinburgh Airport is around 45 minutes from the site.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 7
Sealladh Loch, Angus
Sleeps up to 4, from £195 per night
If you like your glamping breaks with a side of activity, then the beautiful Sealladh Loch shepherds’ hut, located in the Forbes of Kingennie country resort, might be just what you’ve been searching for.
As well as Sealladh Loch, there are three other two-sleeper shepherd huts on site, plus two cute-as-a-button escape pods, a boathouse and a whole host of lodges for groups of all sizes. There are also plenty of on-site amenities to help make your trip as faff-free as possible, plus dining options so that you can take a well-earned break from meal prep!
The vibe: Shepherd chic country resort. Sealladh Lock is actually made up of two beautiful shepherds’ huts that have been linked via a glass walkway to ensure there is plenty of space to relax and enjoy the surroundings. Inside, the hut is stylishly decorated and includes a cosy living area, a double bedroom, a second bedroom with bunkbeds, a shower room and a kitchen with everything you could need to whip up supper for four.
The tub: The hot tub is positioned in Sealladh Lock’s private outdoor area and is just a few steps from the front door – perfect for doing a late-night tub dash in chilly temperatures!
The extras: Forbes of Kingennie has plenty of amenities including an on-site restaurant, a cosy wee tearoom and, crucially, a bar. If you fancy being a little more active on your Scottish glamping hot tub break, Forbes of Kingennie also offers a nine-hole golf course or you can even try your hand at trout fishing in the dedicated pools.
The downsides: As part of a larger resort, Sealladh Lock may not be the choice for you if you’re looking to go truly off grid.
The location: The Forbes of Kingennie estate is located in Angus and is just a short drive to the stunning East coast or the city of Dundee, where there is both an airport and train station.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 8
Sleeps 2, from £275 per night
With rugged mountains, fathomlessly deep lochs and spellbinding sunsets, Glencoe is an essential stopping point for anyone visiting Scotland. Whether you want to get out into that wild landscape or observe it from the safety of Egyptian cotton sheets, Woodlands Glencoe can help.
Woodlands Glencoe is a 36-acre estate on the edge of Loch Linhe and is home to a collection of SeaBeds Luxury Lookout Lodges and miniature RiverBeds Luxury Wee Lodges. Set on the edge of the water, the SeaBeds Lodges combine five-star interiors with a truly beautiful location to offer an unforgettable Scottish glamping hot tub experience.
The vibe: Boutique hotel meets Highland hideaway. As well as a top-notch location, the SeaBeds Luxury Lookout Lodges are decked out with more boujie finishing touches than you can shake a stick at. The interiors are sleek and modern and feature a drop-down cinema screen, a rainfall-style shower, a Nespresso coffee machine and even a GHD hairdryer – lush!
The tub: Each lodge has its own private hot tub which has been set into the decking to create an infinity effect with the neighbouring Loch Linhe. Guests that book their stays directly will also receive complimentary robes and prosecco to make their tub times even sweeter.
The extras: Woodlands Glencoe offer a range of different on-site activities to help you make the most of those spectacular surroundings including ebikes, segway tours, archery and laser clay shooting.
The downsides: If you’re travelling with a keen golfer, you may not see much of them during your trip as Woodlands Glencoe is also home to one of the world’s best nine-hole courses.
The location: Located just outside of Ballachulish, Woodlands Glencoe is around two hours from Glasgow Airport or two and a half hours from Edinburgh. Buses also run from Glasgow to North Ballachulish and the site can then be reached on foot (if you’re travelling light!).
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 9
Birch at Venachar Cabins, Trossachs National Park
Sleeps up to 4, from £160 per night
One of the many wonderful things about a hot tub glamping short break in Scotland, is that you don’t have to travel far from the city to find incredible scenery and breath-taking views. Despite being just one hour from Edinburgh, Loch Venachar Cabins are surrounded by hills and forests making city life feel like a distant memory.
The site’s three cabins; Birch, Rowan and Alder, lie along the shore of the peaceful Loch Venachar and offer panoramic views across the water. These stylish spaces provide the perfect base whether you want to get out and explore the landscape or cosy up and stay put for a few blissful days.
The vibe: Grand Designs grandeur. Birch is a seriously stylish space with its larch-clad exterior, super-king mezzanine bedroom and floor-to-ceiling windows. There are also built-in bunk beds for families, an open-plan kitchen and a log burner for those wintery nights.
The tub: The wood-fired hot tub sits at the edge of peaceful Loch Venachar and offers the perfect place to sit and soak in the view. Use of the hot tub costs £65 per stay – remember to leave plenty of time for your tub to reach the desired temperature.
The extras: Leave domestic duties at home and pre-order a couple of home-cooked meals to enjoy during your stay. Choose from options such as steak and haggis pie or Venachar chicken curry, or opt to have some local produce delivered from the nearby farm shop.
The downsides: If you have your heart set on a hot tub on your glamping short break in Scotland, be sure to book in advance, as only Birch has access to the on-site tub.
The location: Birch Cabin lies in the fabulous Trossachs National Park which means there are lots of gorgeous walks and plenty of incredible wildlife on its doorstep. Venachar Cabins are a little over an hour’s drive from either Edinburgh or Glasgow airport and the closest train station is in Stirling, which is 20 miles away.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 10
West Coast Hideaways, Sutherland
Sleeps 2, from £125 per night
If you’re planning to turn your Scottish glamping short break into a road trip, West Coast Hideaways offers the perfect place to park up and enjoy views. Located outside of the hamlet of Nedd, this hot tub glamping spot is on the North Coast 500 route, a drive that takes in beautiful beaches, impressive mountains and plenty of super cute villages.
West Coast Hideaways has three shepherds’ huts to choose from: Iris, Handa and Rowan. The huts are similarly well-equipped with a kitchen area, ensuite shower room and of course, that glamping in Scotland essential – a hot tub.
The vibe: Cool coastal charm. Positioned just a stone’s throw from sea loch, Loch Nedd, these three shepherds’ huts boast the winning combination of tasteful interiors, high quality craftsmanship and a first-class location. Each of the huts has its own look and feel as well as rainfall showers, king-sized beds, wood-burning stoves and fabulous views that can be enjoyed from under the duvet.
The tub: Each of the shepherds’ huts has its own Swedish-style wood-fired hot tub overlooking the mountains and sea. The northerly location of this gorgeous glamping with hot tub spot means you’re also in for some spectacular skies too.
The extras: If you’re lucky enough to be enjoying a midweek stay, you can make the most of the weekly visit from the local fisherman and his array of freshly caught fish and shellfish.
The downsides: Depending on the time of year that you travel, you may find the local midges are keen to join you on your break – be sure to pack repellent!
The location: As the shepherds’ huts sit on the famous North Coast 500 route, you can expect a super scenic drive through some of Scotland’s most beautiful landscapes. West Coast Hideaways are located in Sutherland and the nearest city is Inverness which is around two and half hours from the site.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 11
Pitilie Pods, Highland Perthshire
Sleeps 4, stays start from £200
If your dream glamping with hot tub weekend in Scotland involves peace, quiet and a chance to absorb the natural beauty of the countryside, take a peek at Pitilie Pods. With five glamping pods set is stunning farmland, this site has everything you need to sit back and switch off for a few blissful days.
Pitilie Pods is ideally located for outdoorsy types. In addition to countless nearby walking routes, the site is only 15 minutes from Loch Tay where you can try stand-up paddle boarding, canoeing and kayaking.
The vibe: Laid-back lodgings in a spectacular setting. These cosy pods are kitted out with everything you need for your glamping break including a kitchen with a hob, oven and microwave, WiFi, shower room and plushy underfloor heating. The pods each have a double bed and can sleep two additional children or a third adult on the sofa bed.
The tub: Three of the site’s five pods have hot tubs with jacuzzi jets so you can bubble away while looking out across Schiehallion, Ben Vrackie and Glenlyon. Add your own bubbles for additional relaxation – cheers!
The extras: The Pitilie team will help you get your glamping break off to a strong start with a welcome pack including tea, coffee, milk, kitchen roll and local shortbread.
The downsides: There is a three-night minimum stay for pods with hot tubs making this a perfect spot for longer Scottish glamping breaks.
The location: Pitilie Pods are a five-minute drive from the bustling town of Aberfeldy which has lots of useful amenities as well as attractions such as Dewars Distillery if you fancy sampling the local produce. Dundee Airport is just over an hour’s drive from the site and Edinburgh Airport is around 90 minutes away.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 12
Balmichael Glamping, The Isle of Arran
Sleeps up to 6, from £185 per night
The island of Arran
lies of the west coast of Scotland and, despite its fairly compact size, it is packed with things to do and beautiful spots to visit. Balmichael Glamping site is located around 15-minutes from the island’s largest town making it a useful starting point when exploring this Scottish gem.
Balmichael is a family-owned small holding and is home to three glamping pods, two safari tents, Iorsa and Rosa, and an assortment of animals. If you fancy immersing yourself in the small-holding way of life during your stay, guests are invited to pitch in with egg collecting and animal feeding. You can even hang out with the on-site alpacas or book in for an alpaca trekking experience.
The vibe: Rustic farm charm with a luxe twist. These sizeable safari tents offer you the chance to enjoy a night under canvas without skimping on the comforts of home. Each safari tent sleeps up to six (all beds have electric blankets – no chilly toes here!), hot showers, a small but well-equipped kitchen and a comfy sitting area with a stove.
The tub: Both Rosa and Iorsa have wood-fired hot tubs which the Balmichael team can fire up for you in advance. Towels are not provided with the safari tents so remember to pack you own.
The extras: Balmichael offer pizza ovens for hire if you fancy bringing a little Italian flavour to your island glamping break. For £25 you’ll get use of the oven plus four doughballs and tomato sauce – BYOT (bring your own toppings).
The downsides: The safari tents at Balmichael are only available between May and October so get in early to book your space.
The location: The Isle of Arran can be reached by ferry crossings from Ardrossan or Claonaig. Balmichael Glamping can be reached by bus from either of the two ferry terminal points.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 13
The Bus Stop, East Lothian
Sleeps 2-6, stays start from £230
The Bus Stop sits on a working farm in the heart of East Lothian and features a whole fleet of refurbished buses. These carefully restored vehicles have been transformed to create some seriously gorgeous Scottish glamping accommodation.
The Bus Stop is home to three luxury buses and six eco buses so that you can select the level of luxe that works for you. Each bus has been positioned to provide views of the surrounding farm and the Lammermuir Hills so that you can kick back and take in the beauty without even paying your fare!
The vibe: A quirky escape for cool campers. The site’s nine buses are all stylishly kitted out with a focus on using sustainable and upcycled furnishings and finishing touches. While the eco buses offer a slightly more stripped back glamping experience, with shared kitchen facilities and shower block, the luxury buses have boutique hotel vibes with their own rainfall showers and compact kitchens. Luxury Bus 3 can also sleep six people making it perfect for family groups – all aboard!
The tub: Whether you go luxury or eco, every bus comes with its own wood-fired hot tub so that you can unwind and make the most of those expansive views.
The extras: The luxury buses include lots of swanky extras including dressing gowns, luxe toiletries, sun loungers and WiFi.
The downsides: The Bus Stop is only around 30 minutes from the city of Edinburgh, so you may want to head further afield if you’re seeking a more remote Scottish hot tub glamping break.
The location: The Bus Stop is around a 45-minute drive from Edinburgh Airport and is perfectly located for exploring the beautiful East Lothian countryside or getting to know Scotland’s capital city.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 14
Bracken Treehouse, Fife
Sleeps 2, from £180 per night
Resting among the trees in the beautiful Airdit Woods lies Bracken, a modern treehouse that offers the ultimate peaceful escape for two. Located close to the east coast in Fife, Bracken has been carefully conceived to ensure maximum relaxation. From the colour palette to the stargazing skylight, this glamping spot is all about switching off and blissing out.
Airdit also offers a campervan pitch for those who prefer to bring their own home on their travels. The pitch is complete with running water, a power hook-up and even a fire pit for when the sun goes down.
The vibe: Contemporary treetop hideaway. If rustic isn’t really your bag, Bracken Treehouse with its sleek minimalist interiors, Scandi-inspired furnishings and abundance of natural light may be just the glamping with hot tub weekend break you’ve been dreaming of.
The tub: Perhaps not technically a hot tub, but Bracken’s gorgeous outdoor bath is certainly still the perfect place to lie back and luxuriate amidst beautiful, natural surroundings.
The extras: If you fancy making Airdit the backdrop for a party or event, the team can help you make your dreams a reality. From weddings to al fresco meals, chat through your vision with the Airdit team.
The downsides: Owing the neighbouring livestock, your four-legged friends can’t join you on your trip to the treehouse.
The location: Airdit is located around nine miles from St Andrews, which has all the amenities you could wish for, including some top notch eateries, very cute shops and beautiful beaches. Leuchars rail station is around a 10-minute drive from the site and Dundee Airport is less than 30 minutes away.
Scottish Glamping Hot Tub Break | No. 15
Rustic Hollow, Aberdeenshire
Sleeps 2, from £130 per night
With the wild North Sea just a hop, skip and a jump away, Rustic Hollow is ideally located for those looking to spend some time getting to know Scotland’s gorgeous north-east coast. Whether you’re a keen surfer or prefer to appreciate the water while keeping your feet dry, Aberdeenshire has plenty to see and do.
Sitting in a peaceful private field, Rustic Hollow offers the perfect cosy accommodation to return to after a day exploring the coastline. This super chic cabin is the only accommodation on the site so, with the exception of any visiting wildlife, you’re sure to enjoy plenty of alone time during your stay.
The vibe: Stylish hibernation station. Although Rustic Hollow can be enjoyed all year round and is positioned to enjoy maximum sunshine, it has serious cosy credentials including underfloor heating, a wood-burning stove and an outdoor bath. Stock up on tasty treats and your favourite fizz and cozy up for a couple of days of total relaxation.
The tub: Rustic Hollow comes complete with an outdoor bath where you can recline and soak in peaceful surroundings. Enjoy an after-dark soak to make the most of those incredible Aberdeenshire skies.
The extras: Rustic Hollow may be remote but there is no shortage of amenities with this cool cabin. With WiFi, a Bluetooth speaker and a smart TV loaded with all the streaming platforms you could possibly wish for, Rustic Hollow is fully prepped whether you want to head outdoors or hunker down.
The downsides: This area of Scotland can be quite windy so make sure you bring appropriate attire for your weekend break.
The location: Rustic Hollow is on Scotland’s north-east coast and is close an abundance of beautiful beaches including Cullen, Gardenstown and Portsoy. The cabin is around an hour’s drive from Aberdeen Airport, which you can fly to directly from London’s major airports.