The spectacular Scottish Highland scenery, glamping and hot tubs make for an unforgettable experience.
Please note that the minimum stay for this property is 3 nights
Braidhaugh Hideouts With Hot tub is owned and managed by Jonathon Morley Braidhaugh.
The Scottish Highlands offer some of the most dramatic and spectacular scenery to be experienced in the British Isles. From Loch to Glen there is a wealth of awe-inspiring views and experiences.
Sitting on the pretty banks of the River Earn, in beautiful Perthshire, the Braidhaugh Hideouts are timber glamping huts, which blend organically with the rural back drop. Each has its own exclusive hot tub where guests can lie back, enjoy a drink and take in the spectacular scenery. The stylish, modern Hideouts give you the outdoor experience so beloved by campers but with all the comfort and convenience required by glampers.
The interiors offer open-plan studio layouts with separate areas for sleeping, living and dining. A double bed is tucked away at one end of the room which is close to the bathroom which has a modern white suite and shower. The comfy corner sofa turns into a double bed and the kitchen/dining area has the basic amenities required for putting together glamping suppers. Meals can be enjoyed out on the deck, allowing you to make the most of the natural environment, or indoors at the dining table.
The hills are home to many of our most treasured birds and mammals including the Golden Eagle, the Capercaillie and the elusive Scottish Wildcat and the rivers full of salmon, trout and grayling. The area offers new, exciting experiences to anyone keen to escape everyday stress and kick back amongst nature. Mountain biking, pony trekking and hiking are some great ways to get into the Scottish wilderness and explore this incredible environment.
Days away from the park can be whiled-away in some of the lovely local towns. Nearby is award-winning Comrie, which sits on the confluence of three rivers, and is known for its 'White Church' and stunning floral displays. Elsewhere, Drummond House Gardens are some of Europe's most impressive formal gardens and pretty Crieff, a charming market town, is famous for its cattle droving and whiskey distilling. Browse for local specialities and put together for a picnic up at breathtaking Glen Lendock. This highland glen is a must-visit for nature lovers as it is home to many of Scotland's wildlife.
Edinburgh Airport - 1 hour
There is a 3 night minimum stay during 2020.
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