Scenic Dome Village with Spectacular Mountain Views, ScotlandMilton Morenish, Scotland (United Kingdom) view map
Description of Glamping Units
The domes are located in their own scenic 'dome village' with great views of both the Ben Lawers mountain range and the spectacular Loch Tay. The domes are 18m2 in size and they offer one large double bed, a cozy wood burning stove, funky fun bean bags, candles, oil lamps, two camping mattresses and responsibly sourced reindeer hide rugs. Please keep in mind the domes have no electricity inside them.
On the outside there are fire-pits and picnic benches which can be used to enjoy the beautiful scenery. Read More
- Double bed
- Fire pit
- Linens provided
- Wood-burning stove
On-site there is a fully-equipped kitchen and lounge available for all guests. Also, you'll find a bathhouse on the site including showers, toilets, laundry and drying area.
The boathouse restaurant is the highlight of the adventure park. It combines delicious food and friendly hospitality in a breathtaking setting. Its huge windows allow uninterrupted panoramic views of Loch Tay. The large and creative menu offers a variety of delicious meals made from only the best of ingredients. The chefs take pride in only using the finest and freshest local produce. The dining room is spacious with an impressive bar and open fireplace. A selected wine list includes a good combination of new and old wines to accompany your meal. The wide sun decks are perfect for open-air dinning, and BBQs are often held on summer evenings.
- Deck or balcony
- Laundry service
- Shared bathroom
- Shared kitchen
- TV room
Location + Surroundings
This beautiful property is located in the lush Scottish highlands between Aberfeldy and Killin, right on the shores of Loch Tay. It is one of the wildest areas of Scotland, surrounded by imposing mountains, rushing rivers and glassy lakes. Next to the site you will find the quaint village of Killin, the picturesque Falls of Dochart and the typical Scottish highland villages of Aberfeldy and Kenmore. The region is famous for its historical sites, natural beauty and native wildlife. It is the ideal place for nature lovers and adventurers, with plenty of opportunities for adventure sports, touring and sightseeing around the Highlands and Central Scotland. Read More
- Bird watching
- City tours
On-site activities include archery, Canadian canoeing, downhill cycling trips, flora, fauna and wildlife watching, kayaking, mountain biking motor cycle & car touring, quad biking, sailing, and whiskey tours.
Other activities around the local area include: deer stalking, golf, white water rafting, and wildlife safaris.
1 Reviews 7.0 Reasonable
- You will receive a full refund if you cancel at least 7 days prior to check-in.
- You will be charged for one full night’s stay plus 50% of the cost of the rest of the stay if you cancel within 7 days of check-in.
Prices listed are for full capacity so you can expect discounts if you are traveling with less people.