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As the glamping trend took off around 10 years ago, farmers and landowners up and down the country installed pods, washroom and camping facilities to attract this new, younger and hipper crowd of campers. But, as the team at Quality Unearthed tell our editor Victoria Galligan, it’s not as easy to attract guests now the competition has grown – unless you can provide a wow factor. Here, they advise on how to create an Insta-worthy glampsite which will get visitors return year on year.
Glampsite Q&A with Quality Unearthed's Tim Rees…
If sandy beaches, real ales and one of the world’s best-known golf courses close by sounds like your type of holiday, then you only have to wait until 1st June for the grand opening of Wigwam® Holidays Largo Law.
Based in the East Neuk of Fife, six en-suite glamping cabins nestle on this working farm just 11 miles from St Andrews.
Owned by Ron and Sheilann Smith, the couple have diversified their working farm to include glamping accommodation in this stunning part of Scotland bringing brand new glamping options to the region.
Co-owner Ron said: “We are delighted to be part of one of the country’s leading glamping accommodation providers, Wigwam® Holidays.
With a beach nearby, some of Scotland’s Great Trails within easy reach and group bookings welcome, Wigwam® Holidays Cove Farm is perfect for a beautiful glamping break at Cockburnspath, situated in East Lothian, Scotland.
Just a short drive from the A1 and close to the railway’s East Coast mainline at Dunbar, this brand new site boasts six en-suite luxury Running Water Deluxe Wigwam® Cabins which include a kitchenette, dining facilities and comfy mattresses for up to a family of four. Each cabin is heated and insulated offering superb holiday accommodation for glamping guests.
The site is a family affair, run by the Hoods and the Lows and is just half an hour from historic Edinburgh. The site is also secluded enough for a memorable glamping break away from the hustle and bustle for families and couples.
Co-owner of the site, Rosie Low, said: “We are delighted to be offering these fabulous luxury glamping cabins to guests who want to enjoy our fabulous location.