The magical glamping site with its own Hobbit homes and…
A UNIQUE glamping site in the Scottish countryside is offering guests the chance to live like a fantasy character.
While normal glamping will see you stay in plush pods, one site in allows you to enter the world of Lord of the Rings.
A stay at Craighead Howfs in Dunblane will give guests the chance to stay in a real life hobbit hole.
Hobbits, characters in JRR Tolkien’s fantasy series, live in their hobbit holes which are houses in the side of a hill with large circular doors.
And that is EXACTLY what you will get at Craighead Howfs.
The glamping holiday site has seven unique and quirky homes to stay in, including two hobbit holes – The Burrow and Bagend.
Each is fully fitted with a kitchen and plush furnishings to make the most of your relaxing stay.
And if a home in the hill is not for you, then you can do the complete opposite with one of their treehouse rooms.
The site has three rooms which are found in the treetops, complete with wood-carved furniture and a stove.
And being a bit higher up will allow you to take in the breathtaking views of the Ochil hills from the treetop balconies.
The entire site is surrounded by stunning nature to take in and have a truly relaxing getaway, all before taking a dip in the hot tub.
And being just an hour away from Glasgow, it is not hard to get to.
Craighead Howf’s website says: “Craighead is the home of a truly unique selection of quirky accommodation, specialising in luxury bespoke glamping, if you decide to stay in any of our handcrafted, unique glamping options you will be immersed in your own part of our gardens and grounds, sharing your space only with wildlife and our animals.
“Unique in its quiet country setting, you will be surrounded by natural gardens, a lochan and woodland areas, share wonderful views, sunsets and privacy, yet thanks to our location you are ideally placed for easy access to some of Scotland’s finest countryside and tourist attractions.
“Here you will find seven truly unique and exceptional accommodations, each one offering an individual experience, in the countryside, made from wood and stone and most definitely not trying to be mini hotels.
“These are intended to be special and different places to stay.”
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