Self-Catering Yurt Rentals for Four on the Black Isle Peninsula, ScotlandRosemarkie, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Self-Catering Yurt Rentals for Four on the Black Isle Peninsula, Scotland
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Glamping in Scotland: Black Isle yurts for rent
Set on the Black Isle Peninsula, these self-catering yurt rentals can sleep up four guests, are artfully hand-crafted and have been furnished in Central Asian decor. These yurts each come with a double bed and two single beds. They are fit with all the necessities including, a twin gas hob, and pots, pans, plates, cups and more. Guests will find kitchen equipment for basic cooking and a wood-burning stove to keep them warm. There are linens and towels provided. These yurt rentals are spaced out to provide guests with the ultimate privacy and tranquility. Guests will have access to a brand new toilet facility, just a short walk from the yurt.
Glampers will have plenty of facilities at this property. Enjoy top-notch bathroom facilities with spacious showers and hot water. There is Wi-Fi access, available 24 hours a day, free parking on premises and heating.
- Cooking basics
- Double bed
Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 PM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
There is a three-night minimum stay during the school holiday period.
The yurts do not supply electricity; however, the hosts can offer a battery-powered lantern for lighting and there is a wood-burning stove to heat the yurts.
Hosts can supply the first basket of firewood, additional bags cost £5 and can be purchased directly from the hosts.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Rosemarkie, Scotland (United Kingdom)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Horseback riding
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
This area is almost bursting out the seams with activity. Guests will find everything from dolphin watching at Chanonry Point – known to be one of the best onshore locations to see these fascinating animals in all of Europe – to horseback riding at Broomhill Riding Centre, Fortrose. Wildlife watching boat trips which leave from Ecoventures in Cromarty and are great for a day trip. For those with the experience and equipment, kayaking from Rosemarkie is a great way to see the wildlife. Guests will have plenty of hiking trails including Red Rock Trails, as well as cross-country mountain biking at Learnie Red Rock Trails. For those looking for a bit more action, enjoy paintball, laser-strike, and archery at Wildwoodz, Munlochy, a premiere outdoor gaming venue in the Highlands.