Glamping on Loch Ness

Loch Ness Glamping

Glamping on the shores of Loch Ness

Loch Ness glamping is in the perfect central location from which to explore the Highlands. The world famous loch is over 20 miles long, a mile wide and of course alleged home to the mysterious monster 'Nessie' which even the most sceptical of visitors have been known to keep an eye out for! The curious can find out all about the legend and its history at the Loch Ness Centre, Drumnadrochit.

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Ballintuim

Wigwam Holidays Ballintuim, which is situated adjacent to a working sheep farm, sits in an envious rural location in the Glen of Strathardle with stunning views over the hills. Just 10 miles from Blairgowrie and 15 miles away from the very popular tourist town of Pitlochry, this is the perfect setting for a holiday in Perthshire. The surrounding area gives guests the opportunity to get close to nature whether a walker, hiker, fisherman, biker, or guests just looking for a relaxed location to unwind and escape everyday life for a well-deserved break.

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Loch Ness

Loch Ness Shores - the name says it all. This is one of only a few locations around Loch Ness where there is easy access to the shoreline. Nestled in tranquil surroundings, our campsite offers stunning panoramic views around Loch Ness, to the mountains beyond. With a backdrop of woodlands and forests, it's Inverness glamping at its best.

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Our camping pods at Loch Ness have a backdrop of fantastic far reaching views of mountains, forests and woodlands as well as the glimmering loch itself. This is a spectacular Wigwam® Holidays location - ideal for wild life spotting and rambling. Pine martens, red squirrels, deer, golden eagles and peregrines may be seen may be seen in the region.

Walk the South Loch Ness Trail and Great Glen Way or visit some of the captivating villages and towns such as Fort Augustus where the Caledonian Canal passes through. Go kayaking or take a tranquil Loch Ness cruise and soak up the scenery's breathtaking beauty.

Discover the local brewers and distillers and treat your taste buds to some traditional Scottish fayre in the many charming off the beaten track pubs, cafes, restaurants and tea rooms.

As well as exploring the countryside and enjoying the great outdoors visitors have the choice of heading for the bright lights, shops, art and culture of Inverness, known as the 'city in the Highlands' - only a short distance away.

Use the map below to select your ideal Wigwam® Holiday.