Top Glamping Spots in Lowlands

Lowlands or often referred to as Scottish Lowlands is a historical region in Scotland includes the portion of the country southeast of a line drawn from Dumbarton to Stonehaven. Surrounded by gentle rolling hills and moorland in the west and a picturesque coastline in the east. Offering plenty of things to see and do around the area to cater to everyone's pursuit. Adventurous Glamping in Lowlands Bagend, Dunblane and Summer Howf, Dunblane are listed below.
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Bagend is a delightful Hobbit House built into the hill side from stone. Sitting in its own little shire it has amazing views of rolling hillside. Inside you will find a cosy wood burning stove.
The Summer Howf is hidden away in the heart of the garden at Craighead. Surrounded by trees, animals and wildlife. With its quirky sleeping bay and star gazing window, cosy log burning stove, fire pit and eating area it offers a delightful getaway.
Set in the shire at Craighead, built from natural stone and wood, the Burrow is a traditional Hobbit House like no other to be found in Britain.
Magnificently constructed Tree House in an ancient ash tree.
The Wee Howf sits on the side of the lochan in the grounds of Craighead. Surrounded by nothing but water, garden and wildlife it is the ideal spot to get away from it all. Lit by candles and lanterns, off grid with nothing to disturb you except for the sound of the birds. Sit by the fire pit and night and watch over the water, star gaze out side or from the comfort of your bed through the star gazing window.
Alexander House is the perfect glamping retreat from the hustle and bustle of work and your daily life. Relax in the hot tub, drink in the views.
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