Fort William Glamping Guide

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Heading to the Highlands but want something a little more luxurious than your tent or camper?

If you’re planning to stay in the Fort William area, then you should check out one of the many glamping options that have popped up in the region in recent years. Choose from yurts, camping pods, tiny houses, and even luxury caravans from our guide to the best Fort William glamping spots.

Whether you want to hike Ben Nevis, take a walk on the West Highland Way, or just unplug from the busy world around you, this lovely corner of Scotland is the perfect place for your next getaway.

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Fort William Glamping

Fort William Glamping Directory

Fort William and the surrounding countryside is home to some excellent glamping opportunities, with more unique accommodation starting up each year. We’ve outlined our top picks in the area below and also created the Fort William glamping map here to give you a sense of each options location.

Checked out the detail descriptions in the following section to find the perfect place to stay on your next adventure!

Highland Stays Glamping Pods

Accommodation type available:Three glamping pods available
Best for: Everyone! This is our top glamping pick in Fort William.

The Highland Stays Glamping Pods are located on the south edge of Fort William, immediately adjacent to some lovely walking trails. There are three unique glamping pods to choose from here, each with their own set of amenities:

  • Ben View Pod: Stunning views of Ben Nevis along with a private jacuzzi and beautiful deck. Sleeps two.
  • The Oaks Pod: Quaint glamping pod with a small deck and beautiful interior. Sleeps two.
  • Westwind Pod (our TOP pick!): Tiny home meets eco-friendly glamping pod with additional privacy. Sleeps two adults and 1 child.

Highland Stays put an emphasis on the details, and each of the glamping pods described above are thoughtfully designed with an emphasis on sustainability. This is a family run business, and it shows through in the friendly atmosphere and exceptional service.

This is a great location for exploring both Fort William as well as the surrounding countryside as you’ll have easy access to town as well as walking and cycling paths.

Highland Stays is our top pick for glamping in Fort William!

Seren Garden Pod

Accommodation type available: Glamping Pod
Best for: A lovely breakfast

The Seren Garden Pod is a standalone glamping pod that is located north of Fort William in Torlundy. This pod is outfitted with lovely wood paneling as well as a full bathroom and shower. Although there are no cooking facilities at Seren Garden, you’ll enjoy a wonderful breakfast provided by the owner. This is bed & breakfast glamping at its best!

Seren Garden is tucked away in the owner’s garden with beautiful views out towards Ben Nevis. There is a small deck to enjoy those nice Highlands days (when you get them!) and making your way into Fort William is a breeze. This is a great location for taking in many of the regions top draws such as the Glenfinnan Viaduct.

Morvan Glamping Pod

Accommodation type available: Glamping pod with hot tub
Best for: Glamping with a hot tub!

If you’re after a camping/glamping pod near Fort William that comes with its own hot tub to enjoy, then take a look at the Morvan Glamping Pod. Located just north from Fort William in Corpach, this standalone pod is situated in a family garden just off the main A830 road. This location, right along the Road to Isles, is perfect if you’re interested in heading out towards Skye and the coast or if staying closer to Fort William.

The best feature of Morvan is the on-site hot tub for guests. In addition, the pod itself has a double bed, pull out sofa bed, and small kitchenette. The small deck is the perfect place to enjoy your morning breakfast or an afternoon drink.

You also will have easy access to nearby services here as you’re just a short walk from the Co-Op, Corpach train station, and several pubs & restaurants.

Highland and Transylvania Glamping Pods

Accommodation type available: Glamping Pods
Best for: Couples who want easy access to a variety of Highlands activities

The Highland and Transylvania Pods are located north of Fort William in the small village of Roy Bridge, a lovely place to spend a few nights enjoying the Highlands. The pods are well-suited to couples as they feature double beds (although they are a bit narrow!) and a washroom with shower. Given the design of the pods, taller guests may have to duck down a bit in the washroom 😉

However, guests love the stylish and cosy design, off the beaten path location, and easy access to a variety of outdoor activities. You can even stay here in the winter months as the pods are insulated and heated, a perfect option if you’re planning on visiting one of the nearby ski centres.

Breakfast can also be provided, although you’re within walking distance of a few cafes and restaurants as well. Highly recommended!

Ben Nevis Holiday Park

Accommodation type available: Camping Pod, camping & caravan park, holiday cottages
Best for: Glampers who enjoy staying at a larger caravan park.

In addition to being a great option for those camping near Fort William, the Ben Nevis Holiday Park also has glamping pods available for those who’d prefer not to sleep in a tent. These pods are all outfitted with a double bed and sofa bed, allowing them to accommodate up to four people. You’ll find great features here including a small kitchenette with an electric hob, kettle, and small fridge/freezer as well as a comfortable seating area.

Ben Nevis Holiday Park sits just north of Fort William and backs to the lovely River Lochy.

One of the benefits of staying at here is that you’ll have access to a broader set of facilities compared to some of the other glamping options in the area. This includes a dog walking area, playground, and laundry facilities.

Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park

Accommodation type available: Camping pods
Best for: Being close to Ben Nevis

Known for the best camping near Ben Nevis, the Glen Nevis Caravan & Camping Park also has 2- and 3-bed camping pods on offer. These small pods are perfect for the minimalists out there who appreciate their creative use of space. Pods feature small fridges, a kettle, and sink.

They lack wash rooms, but the nearby toilet and shower block accommodates those needs.

The camping pods at Glen Nevis are much more basic compared to some of the higher end glamping options in Fort William and you’ll need to provide all your own bedding and towels. Nevertheless, you can’t beat the location if you’re planning to climb Ben Nevis!

Bunroy Park Camping Pods

Accommodation type available: Camping pods
Best for: A quiet, caravan park experience

Located a dozen or so miles northwest of Fort William along the A82 is the Bunroy Park Campsite & Lodges. Situated in the village of Roy Bridge, this is a campground that also offers simple camping pod accommodation. Bunroy is tucked on the back of the village adjacent to the River Spean and enjoys a quiet and peaceful setting.

The camping pods here are definitely on the basic end of the spectrum, but are perfect for those on a budget looking for simplicity. The pods all feature simple cots (bring your own bedding) as well as a lovely outdoor area complete with picnic table. Most pods sleep 2-3 people, and all feature a microwave and kettle.

We recommend Bunroy Park for those looking for a quiet and family-friendly glamping experience near Fort William.

Great Glen Yurts

Accommodation type available: Yurts
Best for: Those looking for something other than a glamping pod

A unique experience just a few miles north of Fort William is the Great Glen Yurts. You won’t find traditional glamping pods here but instead visitors stay in a unique and fully furnished yurt or reimagined shepherd’s hut. This makes for a fun holiday getaway that is perfect if you’re looking for something different.

Each yurt includes a thoughtfully crafted outdoor kitchen complete with gas cooker, BBQ, fridge, and more. The yurts themselves all have plush beds, wood burning stoves, and cozy rugs throughout. There are a variety of yurts available designed to accommodate everyone from couples to families on holiday.

There is also a single shepherd’s hut on offer that is perfect for a couple’s getaway.

Tigh an Each B&B & Laggan Glamping

Accommodation type available: Glamping pods
Best for: Families

Located a bit further from Fort William than some of the other options, Tigh an Each B&B & Laggan Glamping is still well worth a look, especially for families. What sets these glamping pods apart from other options in this guide is the fact that they all sleep families of up to five! That isn’t something you’ll find most places, so this is our top pick for family glamping near Fort William.

In addition to the relatively spacious accommodation, pods also have en-suite showers, small kitchenettes, and access to a nice BBQ area.

You’re just 20 minutes from Loch Lagan here and just under an hour’s drive from Fort William. This is also the perfect stop over if you’re connecting a Fort William stop with a camping/glamping trip up to Aviemore in the Cairngorms, as you’ll be approximately half-way between the two popular tourist towns.

Great Glen Pod

Accommodation type available: Glamping pod
Best for: Those seeking to stay just outside of the hustle & bustle of Fort William

The Great Glen Pod is a single glamping pod located north of Fort William in the small village of Spean Bridge. This is a great location if you’re heading north towards Loch Lochy or planning on camping in Inverness as you’ll be just off the main road here. The Great Glen Pod can accommodate up to two adults with a double bed, kitchen area (no cooker) and best of all its heated!

Situated in the garden of a family home gives the pod a relaxed vibe and feeling of being one of the locals. You’re also conveniently located close to some of Spean Bridge’s restaurants, cafes, and shops here. You’re also close to the popular Nevis Range Resort, which has plenty of activities in both summer and winter.

Interior of a camping pod

Need to Know

The following section contains all the essential information you need to know to plan your Fort William glamping trip.

Do I need an advance booking?

If you plan on visiting Fort William during the high season (May through September), it is a good idea to book your accommodation in advance. The area is a popular holiday destination, as well as the end/start point for the West Highland Way and Great Glen Way walks. Therefore, many accommodations get fully booked up for most of the summer.

Ideally, it’s a good idea to make reservations at least 3-6 months prior to your trip. In the winter months, especially on weekdays, you are likely to find much more last-minute availability.

Fort William Glamping Prices

With glamping options ranging from small pods, to yurts, to luxury spots complete with hot tubs, you can customize your Fort William glamping accommodation to fit your budget and travel style. Prices and accommodation options vary depending on the time of year, but generally speaking, here’s what you can expect to pay:

  • High-End: £70+ (per person/per night)
  • Mid-Range: £40-70 (per person/per night)
  • Budget:<£40 (per person/per night)

Have a Great Trip!

We hope you found this accommodation & glamping guide helpful and we wish you a wonderful visit to the Highlands! Be sure to check out our resources as you continue to plan your trip to the Fort William area:

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