Glamping has revolutionised travel across Scotland by allowing tourists self-catering, hotel quality accommodation in untapped areas of rural beauty. We offer luxurious glamping sites conveniently located along the iconic Scottish North Coast 500 route. Not keen on wild camping? We have you covered with luxury glamping pods at our West Coast Achmelvich site and Brora site in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
The curiously tropical coastline at Achmelvich has allowed the region a reputation as one of the most sought-after holiday destinations in Scotland. Boasting miles of white sandy beach, ample opportunities for challenging hill walks or country strolls and some of the country’s most breath-taking scenery; the spot’s ever-increasing popularity comes as no surprise.
Our site overlooking Achmelvich Bay offers luxury glamping at one of the most stunning spots along the North Coast 500 route. With amenities reminiscent of a stylish boutique hotel and serene surroundings of the glorious West Coast, there is plenty to explore for holiday makers of any persuasion.
The quaint Highland charm of Brora lends itself to fabled tales of Scottish folklore. Brora is situated in remote Caithness & Sutherland, a region that is steeped in culture as a site of prehistoric occupation and the Highland Clearances. Brora bestows a rich heritage abreast of many popular attractions such as Dunrobin castle, Timespan heritage centre and many hills and wild waters to explore – if you time it right you may even catch salmon jumping at the Falls of Shin.
A perfect basecamp for the eastern leg of the North Coast 500, our glamping site offers bespoke holiday accommodation overlooking the popular Brora Golf Club on the coast. We are handily based a stone’s throw from neighbouring distillery: Clynelish, ideal for unwinding with a dram after a day of contending those Highland gales!
The North Coast 500 route is a world-renowned drive of over 500 miles of breath-taking coastal roads through the northern Highlands of Scotland. Famed for its stunning scenery and iconic landmarks, the NC500 is a focal point to many of the country’s tourists for experiencing the rugged beauty of the Scottish wilderness. Dotted along the trail are glistening lochs, wild rivers, native wildlife, unspoiled beaches and abundant glens, hills and mountain ranges. Struggling to map out your route? Our ‘Explore’ blog picks out the best attractions on the east and western legs of the journey that are conveniently located by our glamping sites.