Highland Perthshire is a wonderful place to visit; lochs, forests and mountains, castles, history and whisky, walking, fishing and golf. Perthshire has activities and attractions to suit every taste and a week is not long enough to sample them all. Dipper is a contemporary take on the classic loch-side boathouse and is built on a steel frame that's planted solidly on the loch shore.
The views from Dipper are simply stunning - with big picture windows looking out across the loch in all directions - so you can lie in bed and soak up the amazing view through to the mountains in Glen Lyon. The living space is 35 square meters and consists of a 'living area' with log burning stove, comfy chairs and a sofa, intimate dining table and chairs for two. Off the living space is the bathroom which has a large walk-in shower, a generous bath and under-floor heating and just outside the bathroom is a fitted dressing table and wardrobe. Upstairs is the 'play room' - an alternative space to relax in, read, play Scrabble or write your holiday postcards.
Access to Dipper is down a steep bumpy track that's not well suited to most vehicles so a small 4x4 is provided for guests to get up and down the hill to the shore. You will find Highland Soap Co toiletries and White Company dressing gowns and slippers in the bathroom.
Minimum stay of 3 nights - 3 night weekend break, 4 night weekday break or a complete week. To book this unique self catering boathouse on the shores of Loch Tay, click the enquiry button below and see availability and prices. There is also a new farm wc and shower room with constant hot water at the corner of the farm shed and a large stainless steel outside washing up facility with good running hot and cold water.
Our pods are built locally at the edge of Loch Leven in the Kinrosshire countryside by expert craftsmen using only eco-friendly products. Unlike traditional caravans and brightly-coloured  tents, our Camping Pods are made from materials that naturally blend in with the surroundings, lowering visual impact. Timescales for manufacture and delivery are available on application and subject to the size of the order.
Each unit is pre-manufactured in our joinery workshop which allows quick installation and finishing on site – typically within one working day. Single units should not normally require planning permission prior to their erection, but please contact your local planning authority for further advice. If you are considering setting up a camping site to host multiple camping pods, you will need to contact your local planning authority, as you will be required to make a planning application to them for change of land use.
The field shelters are made entirely of durable, treated, sustainable timber for outdoor use.


Stunning uninterrupted southerly views of the valley The Gardener’s Hut is luxuriously comfortable quiet and peaceful. We can deliver a simple evening meal to your hut that can be kept warm or heated up on your wood burning stove.  Please ask for options when booking.
We are very happy for you to leave all dishes in a crate under the hut and we will put them through the dishwasher. A fridge can be made available in the outbuildings or we are happy to lend you a cool box and replace the ice blocks for you on a daily basis. The wood is alive with wildlife. Nuthatches, green woodpeckers and roedeer are daily visitors. Lovingly handcrafted to the highest specification, using mainly reclaimed materials the Upland Shepherd Huts are quite simply beautiful.
Insulated with sheep's wool they are cool in the summer and kept cosy in thewinter with a wood burning stove.  Both huts have en-suite shower rooms withplenty of hot water and state of the art eco loos. A complimentary "nip" of whisky and some bottled water plus essentials such as tea coffee sugar are supplied. IMPORTANT INFORMATION This is a very rural area.At lambing time the sheep population over the estate's farms can exceed 10,000 therefore we are sorry but we cannot accept guests pets. There is pheasant shooting on the estate and also The Berwickshire Hunt exercise their hounds here, often passing close to the Shepherd Huts. Easily accessible, yet hidden away, the Hamlet of Abbey Saint Bathans is a very special place, consisting of: Abbey Saint Bathans House and Old Manse, a cluster of estate houses, a large sheep farm, a little restaurant, a woodyard, village hall an old church and a telephone box! The River Whiteadder (A tributary to the World Famous River Tweed) flows through the valley andThe Southern Upland Way and The Sir Walter Scott Way pass through the village.
Under 1 hours very easy drive from Edinburgh and 25 mins to the nearest East Coast Mainline train station in Dunbar or Berwick Upon Tweed. The Old Kirk at Abbey Saint Bathans can be hired out for private functions, weddings and civil ceremonies. A beautiful venue bordering the river. For the energetic there are mountains to climb, watersports on Loch Tay, some great mountain biking trails and wonderful walks. It's a sustainable wooden structure with a corrugated aluminium roof designed by award-winning architect Colin Smith. On the other side of the room is the built-in kitchen with Corian work surface, hob, oven and dishwasher.
There are railway stations at Pitlochry and Dunkeld, on the main Inverness line, both within about 45 minutes' driving. Through the town and continue west on the A827 for about 6 miles until you come downhill towards Loch Tay where the road takes a very sharp bend to the right.


The welcome pack is a great way to get your holiday - and appetite - started and includes milk, butter, eggs, homemade bread and cake, bottle of nice white wine and fresh flowers. They are fully equipped with all that is required to camp in a gypsy waggon; bed linen, towels, cooking pots, cutlery, cups and plates, cooking irons and lamp. Please be aware that there is no fridge and there are no facilities to wash up dishes in the hut.
Located high up on Shannobank above the Ancient Oak Wood, The Woodman’s Hut has fine views across the valley and down through the wood to the River Whiteadder. Visit the yew in the churchyard at Fortingall believed to be Europe's oldest tree or find out more about ancient settlers at the Scottish Crannog Centre. If you are seeking a real adrenaline rush you might like to try white water rafting, canyoning, quad biking or abseiling. The kitchen window looks west towards Ben Lawers - to the east there's another massive view down the loch towards the village of Kenmore.
Do not turn right, but go straight across the junction onto the narrow road that's facing you.
In the store cupboard there's marmalade, tea, instant and fresh ground coffee, sugar, plain flour, olive and sunflower oils, white wine vinegar, mustard, tomato ketchup, assorted herbs and spices, salt and pepper, loo rolls, kitchen roll, cling film and tin foil. However, where site conditions are particularly challenging, additional costs may be incurred. There is enough energy madeto power the internal lights, fire up the  boiler and charge a mobile phone.You may however, have to walk to the top of the hill to get a signal! But all the materials are also available at each wagon should you wish to cook traditionally over a wood fire. We will require an accurate site description from you prior to providing a final quotation. With over fifty gloriously secluded acres of private woodland, wild meadow and loch shore to explore, this is a rare place to dream, to be in love, to leave the rest of your life behind. Crafty Camping, Dorset Choose from magical yurts, tipis, shepherd’s huts or bell tents in this Dorset woodland wonderland, which promises child-free peace in the great outdoors. Shepherd’s Cottage, Lake District The wilderness views from your bed in this 16th-century cottage for two will inspire romance in the stoniest of hearts. Lane End Cottage, Northumbria Set on the riverbank in the heart of Northumbria, this 19th-century stone cottage  for two has been luxuriously restored to very high standards.



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