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Luxury Tiny House Rental with a Hot Tub in Argyll, Scotland
Tiny Houses
Tayinloan, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Wooden Eco-Pod Rentals Facing the Sea on Organic Farm in Orkney, Scotland
Gorgeous Glamping Tent on an Idyllic Farm near Stirling, Scotland
Safari Tents
Stirling, Scotland (United Kingdom)

Glamping Scotland: holidays in the highlands

Visit Scotland this year and embark on an adventure through one of the most fascinating destinations in Western Europe, as you discover truly authentic glamping. Scotland is an immensely proud nation and has every reason to be. From the Mull of Galloway to the Shetland Islands, this small yet mighty nation is bursting with some of the most popular attractions in the UK, as well as countless historical sites that will have your imagination running wild.

Booking your Scotland holidays is easy when you have places like these luxury camping pods. Scotland has many different holiday accommodations to offer, but here, pods are the most popular. There are so many things to do in Scotland; glampers might choose to venture across to Loch Ness and explore one of the most intriguing sites for Scottish family holidays where kids (and adults) can hear stories about the mythical Loch Ness Monster. Once you’ve had enough of Nessie, you might choose to continue your highland holidays in the Isle of Skye where you can take in dramatic and emphatic views of the Scottish highlands ahead of you. Visitors will be left in awe standing amidst stunning scenery and the very land where centuries of rich Scottish history has taken place.

Discover the history of Scotland in locations like Stirling Castle where you can see the real sword of Sir William Wallace himself. Or visit Edinburgh and go underground at the Real Mary King’s Close before returning to your choice of family-friendly or romantic luxury yurts. Scotland will continue to surprise you during your stay and thanks to its size, many of the best places to visit in the Highlands will be close enough to travel to, wherever you decide to go glamping. Scotland awaits today with open arms and countless adventures; from the oldest golf course in the world in St.Andrews to a Ben Nevis hike, there’s truly something for everyone here in Bonnie Scotland.

Things to do in Scotland outdoors

For your trips to Scotland, it really does make a difference when you decide to go glamping. Scotland is a playground when it comes to the great outdoors and a paradise thanks to its sweeping scenery which captures the hearts and imagination of anyone who comes here. Therefore, Highland rentals are the perfect choice for those of you on holiday looking to experience the best Highland activities: from Glencoe to the Isle of Arran, hiking in Scotland is an absolute must and glampers will be spoiled for choice with the options of where to go.

You might also consider climbing Ben Nevis, the highest mountain in Scotland. Mountains including Ben Macudi, Braeriach, and Cairn Toul are also fairly formidable challenges for hikers and climbers alike. Fancy making a splash instead? Take advantage of white water rafting, sailing, canoeing, and the very best kayaking. Scotland is home to top water sports organizations such as the Arisaig Sea Kayak Centre which gives glampers the chance to see some amazing Scottish wildlife in the process such as otters and seals. For those looking to enjoy the waters without working up a sweat, Loch Shiel Cruises in Glenfinnan offer the kind of boat trips Scotland is famed for, with beautiful views of the loch, Scottish wildlife spotting, and historical commentary.

As one of the best places to visit in Scotland for outdoor activities, glampers will also be interested in things to do in Inverness. This popular destination in the Scottish Highlands is home to Caley Cruisers, Inverness Bike Tours, Inverness Day Tours, and the much-acclaimed Beastie Boats, perfect for those of you looking for an adrenaline rush into the great Scottish wilderness. More relaxing pastimes can be found at Durness Beach, where tourists are continuously surprised by tropical blue waters and golden sands. In addition to Durness, some of the best beaches in Scotland include St. Ninian’s Isle, Tolsta Beach, and Rockcliffe Beach near Dalbeattie, Scotland. Sightseeing at any of these destinations is simply fascinating—make the experience unforgettable by booking your luxury Highland rentals today.

Best time to visit Scotland

What about the best time to visit Scotland? Weather forecasts here usually don’t predict sunshine and soaring temperatures all year round, that much is true. However, it would be unfair to say that the Scottish weather is any worse than the rest of the UK for holidays spent glamping. Scotland has a very regional climate, where temperatures and rain precipitation fluctuates massively from one region to another. If you’re planning to visit top attractions in Scotland like Edinburgh Castle, our advice would be to come in the summer months when temperatures range from 15°- 17°C (60° - 65°F). One of the most popular Edinburgh attractions is, of course, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival which takes place every year in August when temperatures generally range from lows of 9°C and highs of 18°C (50°- 65 °F). Should you be interested in staying during the winter in a luxurious highland cottage, Scotland will experience a maximum temperature of 5°C (40°F). However, bear in mind that during the winter months of December, January, and February, snowboarding and skiing in Scotland will be at its peak and enthusiasts will be able to visit the best ski resorts in UK.

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