Year round glamping eco accommodation situated amid the stunning backdrop of Glenshee, Blairgowrie, Perthshire
Our 6 Pods are insulated, have heating and lighting, comfy individal mattress and fleecy blankets. Sleep between 4/5 adults, just bring a sleeping bag or we can supply one.
Our monster yurt sleeps 10 with snug felt liner, woodburning stove and oven with cooking and eating provision, completely off-grid Also outdoor seating and cooking/fire. Comfy mattress's and snug fleecy blankets make it perfect for get togethers with your mates or family!
Our two Shepherds huts are incredibly popular, Peerie Shieling, a romantic get away for two with raised sleeping bed at window level, crisp pure cotton sheets and a wood burning stove set on its own with wonderful views.
Shieling Mohr sleeps 4, perfect for a family, double sleeping bag and liner supplied, a fun llama theme and wood burner to keep you snug plus electric lighting! Situated closer to the toilet block for families but with sweeping views of the glen.
Check our seasonal Bell Tents; romantic retro bell tent with wood burning stove, bed and cotton sheets! Frontier Tent with outdoor cooking, dutch oven, griddle, bedrolls and Kelly kettle, Yee hah! On offer from May to September inclusive.
We also offer communal cooking and chilling out in a traditional stone built bothy with wood burner and free Fair Trade tea and coffee.
Pickup and drop off available for walkers and to local hostelries in the evenings!, equipment drying, bike storage and cleaning.
Ecocamp supplies delicious locally sourced/organic home cooked breakfasts, packed lunches, frozen locally sourced burgers and sausages, freshly baked organic bread, scones, cakes, eggs, and jam!
Our aim is to ensure you have a fantastic experience, share the magic of our special place and come back for more action packed fun around our fabulous forest trails, rivers, mountains, skiing and the Cateran Trail!
Dogs and most other pets welcome!
Camping sites available phone us for booking.
We also provide llama treks, spoon carving, felting, wild walks and beaver and stag watching.
Spittal of Glenshee
Cairngorms National Park