Hideout with Hot Tub, Braidhaugh Holiday Park, Crieff, Highland Perthshire

Crieff, Highland Perthshire

Perfect for glamping, Braidhaugh Holiday Park is located in the beautiful Highland Perthshire area of Scotland, situated on the banks of the River Earn just outside the historic market town of Crieff. This comfortable and contemporary glamping hideout is ideal for enjoying the unspoilt beauty of the area, and even comes with its own luxurious wood-fired hot tub.

4 Guests,

1 Double,

0 Singles,

1 Bath

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Important information

This property sleeps up to 4 people. To book for more than 2 adults, please add additional guests as extras during the booking process.

Bedding, towels, toiletries, cooking equipment and cutlery are not included - please be sure to bring your own. (Sleeping bags can be added to your booking for an additional £5 each.)

Two bags of logs for the hot tub are included, but more logs and kindling can be purchased from reception or added to your booking.

Salmon and sea trout fishing is £30 per day, brown trout fishing is £7 per day – fly fishing only.



Child Friendly

Hot Tub

1 Bedroom

Sleeps 4

Pet Free

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On-Site Amenities

Braidhaugh Holiday Park offers a range of amenities to make your stay more convenient. A handy on-site shop is the place to go for all your day-to-day essentials, and a convenient laundry area is also provided. For leisure, there's a games room with a TV and air hockey table, and kids will love the on-site play area with a climbing frame, swings, and a sandpit, as well as the public playground adjacent to the resort. And if you fancy trying your luck at landing a fish in the River Earn, permits can be purchased from reception in-season.

Crieff market town

The resort is located on the outskirts of the historic Scottish market town of Crieff. As well as being a useful shopping destination, it's also well worth exploring for the fascinating history of the area. You can also pay a visit to Glenturret Distillery, said to be the oldest distillery in Scotland.

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