Glamping on the Isle of Skye

Glamping on the Isle of Skye

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Glamping for 3 people, with view and garden on the Isle of Skye
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£79
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Glamping for 3 people, with view and garden
3 pers.1 bedroom8.4km to the beach
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4.5
(165 reviews)
Glamping for 2 people, with garden and view on the Isle of Skye
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£94
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Glamping for 2 people, with garden and view
2 pers.1 bedroom12.8km to the beach
FREE cancellation
4.5
(191 reviews)
Glamping for 2 people, with view and garden, with pets on the Isle of Skye
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£85
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Glamping for 2 people, with view and garden, with pets
2 pers.1 bedroom11.4km to the beach
FREE cancellation
4.6
(244 reviews)
Glamping for 2 people, with garden and view on the Isle of Skye
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£60
per night
Glamping for 2 people, with garden and view
2 pers.1 bedroom14.9km to the beach
FREE cancellation
4.6
(83 reviews)
Glamping for 2 people, with garden, child-friendly on the Isle of Skye
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£181
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Glamping for 2 people, with garden, child-friendly
2 pers.1 bedroom12.4km to the beach
5.0
(3 reviews)
Glamping for 4 people, with ocean view and garden on the Isle of Skye
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£150
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Glamping for 4 people, with ocean view and garden
4 pers.2 bedrooms85m²1.9km to the beach
5.0
(56 reviews)
Glamping for 6 people, with garden on the Isle of Skye
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£110
per night
Glamping for 6 people, with garden
6 pers.3 bedrooms8.8km to the beach
4.9
(9 reviews)
Glamping for 4 people, with garden on the Isle of Skye
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£230
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Glamping for 4 people, with garden
4 pers.1 bedroom7.7km to the beach
4.5
(2 reviews)
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Highlights on the Isle of Skye

  • Northernmost island of the Scottish Inner Hebrides
  • Varied natural environments
  • Landmarks of all styles
  • Interesting attractions
  • Exciting festivals all year round
  • Exquisite typical dishes
  • Remarkable locales and establishments

Most popular amenities for Glamping on the Isle of Skye

Pool 2
Internet 235
Pets allowed 85
Balcony/Terrace 37
TV 257
Air conditioning 1

Glamping on the Isle of Skye

Wonderful natural settlements scattered on the island

Located by the Scottish coast of Brogaig, in the countryside of Mugeary or near the tranquil waters of Loch Snizort Beag, the glamping settlements in the Isle of Skye are magnificent points of the area where to enjoy a natural break in an unexplored foreign country. Offering the perfect spots where to live peaceful retrieves in nature and action-packed adventures in the wild, these lovely sites will adapt to your plan of stay or schedule effortlessly. Let the fantastic glamping settlements on Skye enchant your holidays and experience something new on the largest island in the Scottish Inner Hebrides this season!

Fantastic tents fully-equipped and ready to book

Making your stay a hundred times better thanks to its awe-inspiring ocean views, luxurious hot tubs and charming gardens, the glamping tents in the Isle of Skye will be all you need this holiday to explore the vast territory of Scotland most comfortably. Moreover, capable of accommodating four people, these glamorous tents will be perfect to enjoy those romantic getaways, fun breaks with friends or family-friendly holidays that you've wished for. Don't think twice and go for a fabulous experience in the beautiful glamping options that Holidu and Isle of Skye have for you.

Travellers and activities

Isle of Skye for nature lovers

Composed of diverse environments that are mostly natural, the fabulous Isle of Skye is an ideal destination for flora and fauna lovers who crave a holiday in a unique place and wish to explore its wilderness. Featuring great natural wonders on the shores of its territories or towering mountains to walk and admire a variety of animal species, Skye will cater to the tastes and preferences of all tourists thanks to its fantastic landmarks and spots. Out of all the options available, Kilt Rock is one of the most superb natural spaces. Featuring a grandiose cliff facing the mighty Labrador Sea, this wonder of nature is best known for the Mealt Waterfall, which features a 180-foot drop and presents a magnificent sight to witness. In addition, tourists can also explore places like The Storr, an iconic hill on the island that features beautiful landscapes of Skye and is an ideal spot for spotting bird species and occasional adventurous sheep. Enchant your eyes time and time again, exploring the Isle of Skye's wilderness this holiday season.

Isle of Skye for couples

Besides spaces full of nature and animal life, the great Isle of Skye features numerous landmarks and activities that offer wonderful experiences full of romance for couples around the world. Whether it's a peaceful moment or an adrenaline-filled one, these attractions will be the perfect spots to experience something new with your loved one and spice up your boring routine. If you're in the mood for something tranquil, Claigan Coral Beach is the best option, offering miles of soft golden sands and beautiful turquoise waters to stroll or swim in. Alternatively, if you're on a more adventurous note, head to Talisker, the area's quintessential brewery where intriguing tours and spirits tastings take place every day. Enjoy delicious drinks or take a peaceful walk and share a special experience with your partner this holiday in the Inner Hebrides of Scotland.

If you're a Jurassic lover, in the Isle of Skye you're in for a treat since its numerous locations, such as Staffin, present dinosaur prints sedimented on rocks, promising a wonderful sight to see.

Top 7 travel tips on the Isle of Skye

1. Delight your eyes with a grandiose sight of Skye's Auroras Borealis

Scattered across the north, south, east and west of the island, the aurora borealis viewing points are renowned attractions on Skye that we can't help but recommend. Mostly frequented around May and September thanks to the constant flow of this natural wonder, these spaces will present you with a remarkable experience that will disconnect you from all your worries and offer you something entirely different that will give you that flavour you've lost in your life thanks to the routine. Best known for their rural characteristics, Portree, Duntulm and Glendale are the most popular places to visit for this spectacle, giving you the perfect excuse to explore them when you're in the area. Indulge all your senses and marvel at the beauty of nature that the magnificent Isle of Skye has to offer this season.

2. Wander around Neist Point Lighthouse to enjoy a lovely sightseeing session

Serving the seafarers of the coast for just over a century, Neist Point Lighthouse is a curious island attraction that you can explore to get a feel for the territory. Built facing the towering cliffs of Neist Point, known as the most westerly point in all of Scotland, this landmark is sure to be an island wonder to explore and a fantastic spot to take beautiful tourist photos and enjoy the coastal views. Take souvenir pics to remember your holiday and get a fabulous glimpse of the lighthouse at full throttle, strolling around Neist Point during your stay.

3. Explore Caisteal Maol and learn some of the Isle's history

Located on a hill overlooking Kyleakin's Harbour, the Caisteal Maol is an island attraction that many historians around the world will find fascinating. Sitting on land rumoured to have welcomed many fortresses over the years, these ruins contain numerous remnants of iconic events in Scotland's history, making it a favourite place to explore and learn about the evolution of the country. Also featuring high elevations above sea level, this structure is a great spot to enjoy the natural landscapes of the area and the views of the small village, which will add a little beauty, besides all the stories, to your visit. Learn about the island's past and enjoy the magnificent views by visiting Caisteal Maol this season.

4. Join Skye's community on the Isle's festivals

Organized to celebrate the island's diverse fields, ranging from culture to local music, Skye's festivals are fabulous events that tourists and visitors can join to get to know their destination in-depth and at the same time enjoy wonderful recreations and performances. Categorized as some of the most popular events in the country, these festivals will ensure a magnificent experience for everyone who visits and will be full of unforgettable moments that you can share with your companions to remember with great fondness. Buy tickets for events such as Skye Live Festival, Skye Highland Games and Hebridean Whisky Trail Festival and enjoy the Inner Hebrides of Scotland this season.

5. Stroll Lochalsh Woodland Walks to enjoy a special experience

Comprising approximately 2 acres of vegetation and animal life around Loch Alsh, this wonderful spot on the Isle of Skye features numerous attractions that may be of interest to you. A favourite spot for exercising residents, this Woodland features easy, intermediate and difficult routes that are inclusive to beginners and advanced walkers, allowing them to exercise to their heart's content. The site also features excellent green spaces where families and couples can enjoy fabulous picnics or fitness lovers can have a rest stop during their workout. Come to Balmacara and enjoy an active or relaxing plan in the beautiful natural spaces of the island.

6. Dine as ancient locals tasting Skye's typical foods

Featuring numerous venues and establishments that cater to the fantastic techniques, exquisite dishes and superb local produce of Scotland, the restaurants and eateries on the Isle of Skye are fabulous additions to the area that tourists and travellers can take advantage of to fill their stay with exquisite flavours. With a wide variety of dishes that will delight even the picky eaters of the world, establishments such as The Three Chimneys and The House Over-by, Deli Gasta, Old School Restaurant are the area's most acclaimed options that will ensure satisfying experiences and bring exquisite dishes straight to your table. Choose the Isle of Skye as your holiday destination and enjoy a carnival of flavours on your palate this season!

7. Enjoy the island's nightlife at Skye's bars and pubs

Known for their great spaces to relax with friends and enjoy delicious drinks, the bars and pubs on Skye are some of the island's must-visit venues for holidaymakers to enjoy the full experience of Scotland. Enhanced with various themes and featuring a variety of games, these venues will also present numerous activities to keep you entertained on a day off when you just want to enjoy a relaxing evening out. Some of the best options available in the territory are The Isles Inn, Seumas' Bar and Saucy Mary's Pub, establishments that delight locals and tourists alike with their great services. Have fun days and nights thanks to the facilities and attractions the Isle of Skye has in store for you this holiday.

FAQs: Glamping on the Isle of Skye

Which types of facilities are available at the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye?

Out of the amenities you can find on Holidu, it can be said that the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye offer everything that travellers want! Here, the glamping sites generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: garden (88%), barbecue (50%), and Wi-Fi (50%)...Sound tempting?

How are the glamping sites rated on the Isle of Skye?

The glamping sites in this destination have a lot of positive comments from travellers. 50% of the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye have excellent reviews and an average rating of 4.5 stars!

Are the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye suitable for families with children?

Judging by the Holidu database, 25% of glamping sites on the Isle of Skye are child-friendly, it will therefore be easy to find the perfect glamping for you and your family.

Are the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye suitable for travellers and their pets?

Certainly! On the Isle of Skye, 25% of the glamping sites accept pets, 88% even have a garden!

Do the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye tend to come with Wi-Fi?

According to Holidu's database, approximately 50% of glamping sites on the Isle of Skye include an internet connection, perfect for staying connected whilst on holiday!

How much does it usually cost for glamping sites on the Isle of Skye?

According to Holidu's database, less than 40% glamping sites on the Isle of Skye that are less than £100 a night.

Are the glamping sites on the Isle of Skye suitable for stays in big groups or better for an escape as a small group?

According to Holidu's database, 100% of glamping sites are made for only two travellers. So this is the ideal destination for couples on holiday. Ready for a weekend away together on the Isle of Skye? Don't delay to book!

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