Explore the romance of the Scottish Islands with Wigwam® Holidays. There's surely no better way to enjoy the unspoilt beauty of these unique locations than by glamping right in the heart of nature in one of our sturdy and stylish camping pods. Relax and unwind away from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
Shulista Croft Wigwams are situated at the northern tip of the Isle of Skye on the breathtaking Trotternish Peninsula. Small and friendly, the township of Shulista is part of a traditional Highland crofting community. We offer a truly relaxing holiday, surrounded by nature.
Welcome to Wigwam® Holidays Portree, cosy glamping cabins situated on a working croft in the quiet crofting township of Achachork. The croft has been in our family since 1922 and is home to 12 cows and 60 sheep.
Shiloh Wigwams is situated in the small township of Breakish on the Isle of Skye. We are only 5 miles from the Skye Bridge and 2 miles from Broadford, the 2nd largest village on the island. We are in a great central location for being able to visit all parts of this fantastic island and its surrounding areas.
Situated in the tiny village of Glasnakille, near the shores of Loch Scavaig, Glasnakille Wigwams are the ultimate tranquil escape. These secluded wooden cabins are the perfect choice for a romantic glamping holiday on the Isle of Skye.
Burravoe Wigwams are located in the village of Brae, in the north mainland of Shetland. Brae is the perfect place for a holiday in Shetland, being centrally located for visiting places of interest. There are lots of local amenities within walking distance, including a swimming pool and leisure centre, and the award-winning 'Frankie's' fish and chip shop.
It doesn't get much better than the view from our Whitewave Wigwam® Holidays site, which provides cosy glamping accommodation on the Isle of Skye. Part of the Whitewave Outdoor Centre, this scenic destination is perfect for friends, couples and families wanting to make the most of the surrounding landscape.
Our Deluxe Wigwam® is situated on an old croft on the Island of Westray in the Orkney Islands. The croft is on the bay of Tuquoy (with a wonderful sea view) and is near a salt marsh which attracts migrating birds. Low tide reveals a large sandy bay and provides a great opportunity for walking and beach combing.
Sandy Bay Croft Wigwams, Na Bothain (Scottish Gàidhlig- huts) are set on a working croft in the picturesque Hebridean village of Scarista on the West coast of the Isle of Harris, an area which is world-renowned for its beauty and untouched habitats. We have two Deluxe Wigwam®, Cabins which are ideally situated for nature and adventure enthusiasts, or for those looking for romance or a unique and memorable family glamping experience.
Laxdale Holiday Park is a small family-run site set in peaceful tree lined surroundings. We provide first-rate facilities for campers, touring caravans, motor vans and self-catering holidaymakers. Facilities are modern but the park retains the traditional friendly atmosphere that is typical of the Western Islands. Located 1.5 miles from the historic town of Stornoway, the park is an ideal centre from which to explore the beautiful Islands of Lewis and Harris.
Braewick Wigwams® are situated in a peaceful location with one of the most outstanding views you'll find in Shetland, overlooking Braewick Bay and the famous sea stacks "the Drongs". The Wigwam® Cabins can sleep a family of six, or four adults, and foam mattresses are provided. There are picnic benches on site and also a barbecue area.
Revel in the remoteness of our island locations - including Lewis in the Outer Hebrides, Skye in the Inner Hebrides and our most northerly sites in Shetland - to choose from. Many of our Wigwam® Cabins are on working crofts - all of them set amidst stunning views and ideal bases for hiking, beachcombing, climbing and water sports.
The islands are teeming with wildlife like Scottish wildcats, mountain hares and red deer - and even the UK's largest bird of prey, the Sea Eagle, may be glimpsed against the backdrop of outstanding scenery.
On Skye, delight in the lochs, heather moors and impressive Cuillin mountain range. On Lewis find exceptional beaches and the ancient standing stones at Callanais to marvel at. Whilst on wild and rugged Shetland, visit some of the best archaeological sites in Europe, enjoy traditional fiddle music and dive into the Island's Viking past with the dramatic winter fire festival of Up Helly Aa.
Scotland's islands feature some of the country's most breakthtaking landscapes and are renowned for their superb sunsets and 'big skies'. If you find yourself spoilt for choice - why not do a spot of islands hopping and visit more than one!
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