Yurts, safari tents, shepherds’ huts and even a vintage school bus provide the perfect hideouts to glamp it up with nature on the doorstep
Nestling under the scots pines, two lorries have been converted into cosy cabins with a claw bath, toilet and kitchenette. They’re ideal for two, although small children can be squeezed into what was the lorry cab on a rollaway bed. Outside is a hot tub, picnic area and barbecue. Also available on the estate – an hour from Edinburgh – are three yurts, all with wraparound scenery of the Perthshire hills.
• From £300 for two nights, alexanderhousescotland.com