Yurts are the traditional dwellings of central Asian nomads and have been in use for at least 3,000 years. Round and portable, traditional yurts are made up of a wooden frame covered in a layer of felt and possibly canvas, making them watertight and sturdy.
Yurts offer a high-end glamping experience and stress-free outdoor sleeping, as they are ready and waiting when you arrive.
There are lots of locations in Scotland where you can find yurts, from rural country escapes on farmlands to coastal retreats with accessible beaches and loch side hideaways.
- A well-furnished interior, with features such as a wood burning stove, cosy bed, comfortable cushions and large patterned rugs.
- They are often close to places where you can take a hot shower, charge your phone or connect to WiFi.