Description of Glamping Units
These unique, high-spec camping pods near Ben Nevis are beautifully designed and can comfortably accommodate up to three guests each, making it perfect for couples or families with one child. They are uniquely shaped to provide guests with an unforgettable glamping experience. Guests traveling in groups or families can arrange for multiple units that are next to each other. The pod can be set up with one double bed or two single beds. The pods also include a drying cupboard, a sink, and an electric kettle.
These accommodations sit on 30 acres of beautifully manicured camping grounds with a restaurant, bar, shop, and recreation space for the whole family. Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Running water
- Single bed
- Tea kettle
This property includes a number of amenities to maximize the comfort of any guest staying here. All accommodations include underfloor thermostat-controlled heating, running water, and double-glazed windows that offer spectacular lake and mountainscape views. Just a few steps away is a facility building with toilets, showers, and laundry. There are additional shared bathrooms in the area as well.
Outdoors, guests can enjoy a spacious camping park that may be shared with other visitors, which is supervised 24/7 during May to October. There is a restaurant and bar available, as well as a snack van from May to September that serves everything from hot rolls to burgers. There is a well-stocked shop available year-round that sells groceries, equipment, souvenirs, and fishing permits. The park also includes picnic spots, play areas for children, exercise areas, and dog-walking spots.
- Shared bathroom
Bedding and towels are not provided.
Pets are not welcome.
The property includes wheelchair accessible bathrooms.
Open fires are not permitted, though small enclosed fires such as chimineas and braziers are allowed as long as they are at least five meters away from the nearest tent.
Location + Surroundings
This spectacular property is situated in the park in the heart of the sprawling Scottish Highlands. This site is the perfect haven for adventure enthusiasts, climbers, photographers, and travelers due to its eclectic topography that stretches as far as the eye can see. The formidable landscape boasts mountain ranges, pinnacles, rolling hills, lush valleys, plateaus, ridges, chasms, and other magnificent rock formations just waiting to be explored. Just a few minutes away is the historical town of Fort William on the banks of Loch Linnhe. Along with endless opportunities for shopping, dining, and diving into the city's rich culture, the town also is home to the annual Fort William Mountain Festival which offers recreational events and film screenings, as well as Fort Con for pop culture junkies, and Mountain Bike World Cup for bikers. Further out is Ben Nevis, the highest point in the entire British Isles. A climb up Ben Nevis guarantees breathtaking vistas of the vast mountainscape below and the sheer beauty of the Scottish countryside. Read More
- If the guest cancels at least 30 days prior to check in: The guest will receive a 50% refund.
Wi-Fi service can be purchased on an hourly, daily, or weekly basis.
Fishing permits can be purchased from the shop.
- Bird watching
- City tours
- Horseback riding
- Jet skiing
- Paddle boarding
- Water sports
- Wildlife viewing
- Winter sports
Guests of all ages will find a myriad of potential adventures during their stay in the Scottish Highlands. The landscape is just bursting with opportunity for exhilarating activities such as climbing, hillwalking, hiking, and horseback riding. Ben Nevis, the highest peak of the British Isles, poses an exciting challenge to climbers. Those who reach the summit are guaranteed breathtaking views of the surroundings. For water sports enthusiasts, Loch Linnhe offers everything from boating to kayaking, sailing, and fishing. It's also the prime spot for an afternoon picnic while watching the sun set over its picturesque waters. The Corran Ferry and Crannog Cruises offer boat tours which grant views of the loch as well as the porpoises, seals, and other magnificent wildlife that make their home there.
After a long day of exploration and activity, guests can take it easy with a trip to Fort William, a community that is just brimming with small-town charm and history. Some points of interest in the area for sightseers and photographers include the majestic Eilean Donan Castle, the beautifully-manicured Attadale Gardens, Ballindalloch Castle, and the enigmatic Elgin Cathedral. Connoisseurs can enjoy a number of wineries and distilleries, with many of them offering tours. For a unique way to explore the eclectic landscape, guests can take a ride on the old-fashioned Jacobite Steam Train, which meanders throughout the highlands and lowlands, promising spectacular sights of the best Scotland has to offer.