Hot Tub Glamping in Scotland - 5 Sites to Inspire You
What could make a glamping break in Scotland even more magical? A hot tub, of course! Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a chance to catch up with friends and family, hot tub glamping offers a way to get away from the hustle and bustle of your everyday life for a few days amidst some gorgeous scenery.
Today, we’ll go over five gorgeous places you can go glamping with hot tubs in Scotland. Without further ado, let’s get right to it.
This coastal glamping site is situated near the popular beach town of Dunbar. It offers a chance for a hot tub glamping trip filled with wild swimming, exploring rock pools, going on brisk country walks and exploring charming small towns and villages dotted on this gorgeous stretch of the Scottish coast.
The site is just outside the village of Cockburnspath, and the surrounding area is great for walking and surfing. The John Muir Way and the Southern Upland Way are both accessible from the site. Dunbar is eight miles away and boasts plenty of options for eating out and shopping, as well as some seriously fun family-friendly activities, such as the East Links Family Park and Foxlake Adventures.
As the name suggests, Wigwam Holidays Cove Farm is set on a working farm. There are seven ensuite camping pods onsite as well as a Wigwam lodge. All are dog-friendly and have their own hot tubs and fire pits.
If you’re after hot tub glamping in the Highlands, look no further than The Loft! Moray Speyside offers a stunning backdrop to this working farm and glamping site, ideally located for a holiday filled with hiking, cycling, touring whisky distilleries and castles, dolphin-spotting, and much, much more.
The Moray Coast is home to some stunning beaches for you to explore, including Findhorn, Roseile, and Lossiemouth. Speyside is famous for its whiskies. Glen Moray, Ben Romach, and Benriach are just a few of the local whisky distilleries, and all three offer tours. History buffs will enjoy a visit to Brodie Castle and Elgin Cathedral, while others might enjoy a round of golf at Forres Golf Club, Kinloss Country Golf Course, or Hopeman Golf Course.
Wood-fired hot tubs are available as an optional extra for the majority of camping pods onsite for some blissful relaxation at the end of the day.
Wigwam Holidays Montrave Estate is ideally located for a fun-filled hot tub glamping break in Fife. It’s 13 miles outside St Andrews and an hour’s train ride from Edinburgh. The local area is home to a number of great golf courses, excellent eateries, and pretty fishing villages - plenty to fill your days with.
The site is home to eleven heated glamping pods on the grounds of a Victorian house that acts as a bed and breakfast. You have the option to book a glamping pod with a hot tub and enjoy eating al fresco on your private decking. This working farm is home to 200 red deer, adding charm to this already beautiful landscape.
The Isle of Skye is home to some of Scotland’s most iconic landscapes, including Rubha Hunish, the Quiraing, the Fairy Glen and the Old Man of Storr, all within easy reach of Wigwam Holidays Shulista Croft.
The township of Shulista is home to a traditional Highland crofting community, and offers a warm welcome to visitors wanting to explore their gorgeous corner of the world. The site is home to four ensuite glamping pods and herds of sheep, with one pod equipped with its own hot tub, complete with bubbles and LED lights.
When not exploring the croft, perhaps helping to feed the lambs if visiting in spring, you can spend your days hiking, visiting the nearby Staffin Beach, or catching a ferry from Uig to the Outer Hebrides. The nearby communities of Uig and Staffin also have shops and restaurants for you to explore.
From browsing bookshops to stargazing to trying to catch a glimpse of nesting ospreys, it’s easy to have an action-filled hot tub glamping break in Scotland at Wigwam Holidays Wigtown.
This glamping site is located six miles outside Wigtown, named Scotland’s National Booktown, and has seven heated, ensuite camping pods, one luxury lodge, and two cabins. The nearby Galloway Forest Park offers plenty of great walks and bike tracks, as well as being a certified Dark Sky Park. This means that stargazing here is beyond compare.
Distilleries such as Bladnoch (whisky) and Crafty (gin) make for a great destination for the grownups , while the kids would enjoy a visit to the Cream o’Galloway Ice Cream Farm and The Cocoabean Company. And at the end of the day, sink into your very own hot tub, sip something lovely, and feel your stresses melt away.