- A furnished shepherds hut with double bed and bedding provided
- Log-burner inside and fire pit outside as well as suitable cooking equipment
- Five glamping neighbours on this wildlife rich camping and glamping site
The Owner Says
Our hand-built shepherd’s hut's nestle back into the ancient woodland, perfect for couples who like a little more comfort with their camping. Although cooking facilities are provided in the privacy of your hut, of course, you still have the option to use camp kitchen. Toilet & shower block is situated behind Reception - just a five minute walk away.
The hut has a proper full-size (4’6″) double bed and comfy, real pocket-sprung mattress, cosy log-burning stove (with enough space on top to keep your kettle warm!), table and chairs, gas-ring camping stove and cooking equipment, cool box on request and of course a lovely setting.
Tariff – £50 per night/ £60 per night (Peak Season)
Price is for 2 people per night and includes a full-size double bed with hypoallergenic bedding, 100% cotton bed linen and towels.
Features & FacilitiesOutside communal camp kitchen. The shepherd’s hut features a full-size double bed with pocket sprung mattress, log-burning stove and a gas ring burner. Bell tents feature comfortable mats but they're sparsely furnished, so you'll need to bring your own bedding (sleeping bags available for hire). There's a firepit outside - campfires are permitted! Woodland camping pitches allow for 1 tent and up to 5 guests per pitch. There are usually only 5 pitches available, but they can sometimes open a few more so do ask. Look out for red squirrel, roe deer, pine marten, and a whole range of abundant bird and wildlife. A whole host of activities are offered on-site including, white water rafting, river tubing, canoeing, canyoning, disc golf and paintball – activities can be booked directly by phoning 01309 611729.
ActivitiesThe campsite is around 2 miles from Logie Steading Visitor Centre (01309 611733), a good starting point for the local area where you can pick up further information. It's about 12 miles to the Moray coastline with its vast sandy beaches and fishing villages – a calmer spot along the North Sea coast, owing to the landscape's naturally protective shape. To the south the Cairngorms National Park (01479 873535) stretches, a more established spot for walking and cycling with more marked trails and the highest mountains – though you'll do just as well exploring the incredible landscapes of the local area, lesser known but equally beautiful in their own right. Loch Ness and a host of monuments and castles are all just a short drive away.
Food & DrinkThe reception shop stocks a few camp essentials, plus hot drinks and chocolate bars! The closest place for a good, freshly-prepared, homemade lunch made with local, seasonal produce is at the cafe at Logie Steading (01309 611378), about 2 miles away (they serve great cakes and coffee too). There's also a range of artisanal shops at Logie Steading and food-wise you can stock up on delicious estate beef or venison for your campfire, Scottish salmon, cheeses, traditional oatcakes and other goodies in the farm shop. Try the freshly ground coffee, speciality teas or hot chocolates from Cairngorm Leaf and Bean (01309 611700) there too. If you’d like a decent pub lunch or supper, maybe with a walk on the beach, The Kimberley Inn (01309 690492) in Findhorn is a great choice.
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