Glamping Scotland with Hot Tub
Nestled in the Nith Valley in the south west of Scotland, the family run farm of Sunnyside is just a couple of miles from the ancient former mining town of Sanquhar offering cosy cabins with outstanding views of the Valley. Sunnyside, with its hand crafted, innovative compact glamping pods, are ideal for short breaks or longer stays to enjoy wonderful views across the the Lowther hills – a perfect place for the walker or nature lover. Sunnyside over looks the river valley, within a 5 minute drive are the banks of the River Nith and ideally located as a base for your fishing trip. Just a short distance from the farm is the Southern Upland Way, a 200 mile plus walk connecting the Solway at Port Patrick with the North Sea at Cockburnspath. Dumfries and Galloway is ripe for the adventurer to explore, the family to have a great time or simply to relax and enjoy. Pets are welcome and stables are available for your horse or pony.
NITH & CRAWICK PODS
We’re certain our glampers will never look back once they have spent some time enjoying our cosy, timber lined pods. Nith and Crawick command spectacular, panoramic views over the Nith Valley to the Lowther hills beyond and include
- Two double beds sleeping 4
- The beds convert to daytime seating
- Well equipped kitchenette with hob, toaster, microwave and fridge and essential utensils
- Tea and Coffee
- Bathroom with a walk in shower, wash hand basin and a toilet
- Bedding and towels are provided
- Central heating by gas
HOT TUB with both Lodges
Both lodges are fitted with a luxury 5 seater hot tub. Ideal to relax after a days walking or fishing.
A charcoal BBQ can be hired for around £15 including charcoal.
The nearby ancient Royal Burgh of Sanquhar offers a range of shops and bars as well as a glimpse into Scotland’s past. The former mining town still boasts its old Tollbooth, once the centre of municipal life and the jail, now a museum. Also nearby explore….
- Airts, the arts centre of the Nith Valley and home to the famous Sanquhar knitting pattern once favoured by Prince Charles
- Remains of the medieval castle with its links to William Wallace and Robert the Bruce
- Crawick Multiverse, a “cosmic artland” born out of a former open cast coalmine site
- Robbie Burns country
- Dumfries and Galloway
- Ayrshire coast
- The Striding Arches by Andy Goldsworthy
- Crawick Multiverse
- Drumlanrig Castle
- Outdoor activities including pony trekking
- Walking – why not try part of the nearby Southern Upland Way – watching wildlife or simply exploring the countryside
Nith Lodge with Hot Hub £85 per night
Crawick Lodge £65 per night
Minimum 2 night stay
Well behaved dogs are welcome please send us a note if you wish to bring your pooch