Loch Tay, Perthshire
Geodesic glamping domes with wood burning hot tubs, at Loch Tay Highland Lodges, on the banks of the stunning Loch Tay in the Scottish Highlands
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Loch Tay Glamping Domes is owned and managed by Jonathon Morley Loch Tay.
This is glamping but as you've never seen it before at the domes at Loch Tay Highland Lodges. Located next to the stunning Loch Tay in the Scottish Highlands, these new additions to the site give an unusual twist to getting back to nature.
The futuristic Geodesic glamping properties sit in their own domed village and offer breathtaking views across the water to Ben Lawers mountain. Everything inside each spacious dwelling has been carefully selected from the is rustic floorboards, the beanbag seating and the wood burning stove in place to keep you warm even when the weather outside is not. Electricity is hardwired for lamps and USB charging.
With two single beds that can be combined to make a king this is the perfect couples' retreat, but with the option of 2 further camp beds it can easily be turned into a family excursion or getaway with friends. Outside there is a firepit with private barbecue and picnic area and a wood burning hot tub for that added bit of luxury. Here there is also access to the amenities block and fully equipped kitchen.
The domes are part of a larger site which offers many opportunities for thrill seekers and those looking for the quiet life alike. An on-site bar and bistro called Ciro's offers Italian cuisine and is located on the water's edge overlooking the marina. For those interested in watersports, sailing, canoeing, or kayaking then Loch Tay offers perfect conditions and there is equipment to hire and experienced instructors on hand. Boats can also be hired for fishing trips or taking a cruise across the water.
Guests can head out onto the spectacular Highlands, which offers seemingly endless options for walking, mountain biking and simply taking in some of the most beautiful scenery around. Wildlife lovers can take a safari by 4x4 here, or by boat on Loch Tay. Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre is also nearby, as is the historical sites of Castle Menzies and Dochart Falls in Killin. For those wanting a touch of luxury a tour at McQueen Gin distillery is a must, as is a visit to House of Bruar in Pitlochry - known as Scotland's Harrods.
Glasgow airport, 61.4 miles
There is a 3 night minimum stay during 2020.
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