Go glamping in Fife and you are in for a real treat. With a wealth of culture, adventure and attractions from coast to coast, you’ll be spoilt for choice on your holiday. Book a luxury glamping pod with Wigwam® Holidays and you’ll have the perfect base to explore this lovely part of Scotland.
The East Neuk is a real gem of an area for wonderful holidays glamping in Fife. If your idea of a brilliant holiday includes sandy beaches, delicious seafood, vivid history, live music and fine ales, then we strongly advise you book into Wigwam® Holidays Largo Law. Your luxury en-suite Wigwam® Cabin - one of six - is in a beautiful spot, on a lovely working farm. With views over the Firth of Forth and rolling, green hills it won’t take long to feel relaxed on your Wigwam® Holiday. Two of our Wigwam® Cabins are dog friendly for everyone out there glamping with their dogs. For those rainy days when you can't cook outside you can do so from the comfort our BBQ hut.
Set in the picturesque countryside of the East Neuk of Fife, Montrave Estate offers 8 Wigwam® Cabins set in beautiful wooded surrounds on what was the old formal lawns of a large country house. Enjoy peace and quiet, the freedom to explore and walk around the 250 acre estate and deer farm with views to the south over the Firth of Forth and north to the Angus hills and relax in your luxury heated 4 berth en-suite Wigwam® Cabin, two of which also have a wood-fired hot tub.
Sauchope Links Beach Huts are situated in a friendly and welcoming park positioned along the Fife shoreline with panoramic views over the sea and within walking distance of ancient and charming town of Crail, with its steep narrow streets, harbour, shops, restaurant and small sandy beach.
For many, Fife begins with a short trip over the new Queensferry Crossing, or a train ride over the Forth Rail Bridge - Scotland’s sixth UNESCO World Heritage Site. Leaving Lothian behind, it’s a dramatic and breathtaking journey to a region that is full of beauty and surprises. Coast to coast, there’s so much to see and do.
This compact peninsula, bounded by the Firth of Forth to the south and the Firth of Tay to the north, is steeped in culture and history. Mary Queen of Scots was a regular visitor to the Kingdom of Fife, and it’s easy to see why she was so captivated by it.
Fife’s landscape is one of rolling hills, rich farmland, verdant woods, sparkling lochs and has the highest number of award winning sandy beaches in Scotland.
The large towns of Dunfermline, Kirkcaldy and St Andrews have plenty of museums, cafes and restaurants to keep you busy and history buffs will find more than enough historical interest throughout the county.
Aberdour Castle, Falkland Palace, Dunfermline Abbey and St Andrews Cathedral have huge architectural importance, and are well worth visiting. Spend time wandering around the pretty fishing villages of Elie and Pittenweem, and eat award winning fish and chips in Anstruther.
Walkers will love the 117-mile long coastal path, while cyclists have 300 miles of cycle ways to tour and golfers can head for St Andrews. Families looking of a fun day out should head to Burntisland to the leisure pool or the summer-long fun fair.
Our Wigwam® Sites across the region include Wigwam® Holidays Montrave Estate in the East Neuk of Fife and Wigwam Holidays Sauchope, Fife.
They are sited in really picturesque locations and are perfect for families, groups and couples seeking a great holiday in the great outdoors. For more ideas on things to do while glamping in Fife, check out our blog.