Scotland is one of my all-time favourite places to go glamping.
There’s something about the vast landscapes, beautiful scenery, and changing conditions of Scotland that makes a glamping holiday there so special.
I mean, where better to shelter from the elements than from the comfort of a cosy hut while warming by the fire?
If you’re planning a trip up north, then you’ll love this round-up of all the best shepherds huts in Scotland.
Whether you’re looking to stay in the Cairngorms, the Highlands, or maybe somewhere a little less rural, you’ll find something for you on this list.
So scroll down to discover the 25 most beautiful shepherds huts in Scotland!
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Location: Blair Atholl, Cairngorms National Park
Situated within the historic Blair Castle & Gardens, Atholl Estates Shepherds Huts are stylish, elegant, and truly fit for royalty!
From hand-stitched quilts to a comfy king-size bed chamber, you’re sure to feel well-rested after your stay here.
Inside Curlew and Lapwing, you’ll find a fully-fitted kitchen, a modern en-suite, electric underfloor heating, and a log-burning stove.
Outside, each hut is equally accommodating with a fire pit, armchairs, dining table, and a hammock for you to relax in.
The two bespoke huts are tucked away in a quiet corner of Tulliemet valley and enjoy breathtaking views across Strathtay and beyond.
I fell in love with these huts after my stay here and I just know you’re going to do the same!
What guests say: “The most magical treat! Beautiful location and so peaceful, truly another world. The bed was so comfy, it was hard to get up and explore the gorgeous surroundings. We enjoyed a breathtaking night of stargazing. Thank you for this wonderful stay!”
Price per night: From £100 for 2 people
Location: Munlochy, nr Inverness
Bursting with charm and character, Black Isle Brewery Shepherds Hut is one of my favourite shepherds huts in Scotland.
It’s beautifully hand-crafted and looks like something plucked straight out of an old-timey film.
(In the best way possible!)
After a day on the hills, you can retreat to your cosy bolthole and warm yourself by the wood-burning stove.
And if you hadn’t already guessed by now, the hut is conveniently situated on the site of an organic brewery.
This means you’ll have more than enough cold, freshly brewed beer to quench your thirst after your walk, too.
As well as ndgreat beer, you’re also treated to views of organic fields and vegetable gardens with horses, sheep and cows to keep you company.
What guests say: “Most adorable little cabin. My husband and I stayed here for a few nights during our honeymoon and LOVED it. Being on the property of the brewery was a really unique experience and we appreciated the beers in the mini-fridge for us to try! The bed was comfortable and the bathroom and kitchen had everything we needed.”
Price per night: From £125 for 2 people
Location: Nedd, nr Clachtoll
With private luxury wood-fired hot tubs and modern, luxurious interiors, West Coast Hideaways Shepherds Huts exude romance.
Perfectly positioned in a field to enjoy magnificent sea and mountain views, there are three huts for you to choose from (Iris, Rowan, and Handa).
All three huts are beautifully designed and lovingly filled to the brim with all the mod-cons you’d expect and then some.
We’re talking king-size beds, fully-fitted kitchens, bespoke modern en-suites, and the list goes on…
Externally, you’ve also got a hot tub, dining furniture, and BBQ, so you’re truly left wanting for nothing.
What guests say: “We stayed in Iris, it was so lovely. All fixtures and fittings are to the highest standard with so many thoughtful little touches. The shower was amazing, too; very powerful with a large cubicle. The icing on the cake was the wood-fired hot tub. The views while in it were stunning.”
Price per night: From £135 for 2 people
Location: Lamberton, nr Berwick-upon-Tweed
If Little Lamberton Shepherds Hut doesn’t look like a little slice of paradise to you, then I’m not sure what will.
The beautifully hand-crafted hut comprises a full-sized double bed, a comfy seating area, a wood-burning stove, a fully-stocked kitchen, and a modern en-suite.
Outside, the story is much the same with the icing on the cake being a private wood-fired hot tub.
The owners, Jo and Kate, do their utmost to make your stay a special one, including delivering a breakfast hamper after your first night in the hut.
If you’re visiting for a special occasion, whether it’s a birthday or an anniversary, they’ll be sure to arrange a special treat for you, too!
What guests say: “Just returned from an amazing three-night stay at Little Lamberton. The attention to detail inside and out is outstanding! Jo and Kate are super friendly and helpful. Hot tub nights spent looking up at the stars, you just can’t get any better. The pizza oven, fire pit, and log burner are all cosy and fantastic.”
Price per night: From £92 for 2 adults and 2 children
Cosy’s the name and the game at Cosy Shepherds Hut.
This immaculate hut accommodates four people, making it a great option for a family looking to stay in a shepherds hut.
You’ll sleep soundly between a king-size double bed and the twin bunks above for the little ones.
As expected, the hut is one of the largest in Scotland, with a fully-fitted kitchen, a generous dining table, and a modern en-suite with a spacious shower all packed into the space.
However, the real highlight here is the views across the Gargunnock Hills which are second to none.
If you’re lucky, you might even spot wild deer grazing in the field in front!
What guests say: “Impeccably high standard across the board. Spotlessly clean, comfy bed and pillows and out of this world view. This is our second time visiting the shepherds hut with our two children aged 2 and 9 and we can’t recommend it enough. Our boys loved running through the field as we sat and watched with a glass of wine.”
Price per night: From £77 for 2 people
Location: St John’s Town of Dalry, nr New Galloway
Garroch Glen Shepherds Huts are exactly what I picture when I envision shepherds huts in Scotland.
They’re traditional, rustic, and ridiculously cosy – and even better yet, they’re the cheapest huts on this list!
With prices starting at just £77 a night, you’d be a fool not to book a stay here.
Admittedly, these huts are a little more back-to-basic, but that’s exactly what makes a stay at Garroch Glen so special.
Your composting loo and shared outdoor shower allow you to get closer to nature, while the off-grid hut will allow you to switch off from the hustle and bustle of modern life.
This woodland retreat is just a stone’s throw from Galloway Forest Park, making it a great spot to stargaze, too.
What guests say: “If you’re looking for a true escape from city life, this is your pick! Carylann thought of absolutely everything, so the shepherd’s hut is really well equipped and made us feel right at home. We loved cooking around the fire pit under the amazing starry sky and exploring the leafy surroundings. A truly magical experience!”
7. The Mar Huts
Price per night: From £140 for 2 people
Location: Milton of Buchanan, Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
Live in the lap of luxury at The Mar Huts.
Nestled at the foot of Conic Hill, overlooking the river Mar, The Mars Huts is the perfect place to unwind in picturesque woodland surroundings.
However, even if their surroundings weren’t so special, these huts would warrant a stay in their own right.
Every inch of their beautifully bespoke huts is hand-crafted to perfection and includes all kinds of modern amenities.
We’re talking a Smart TV, Bluetooth speaker, Nespresso machine, and SMEG kitchen appliances, and the list goes on…
White fluffy towels and bathrobes will keep you cosy after a dip in your private bubbly hot tub, while an Emma mattress and Dusk bedding will have you sleeping soundly.
(I think you can now see why these are some of my all-time favourite shepherds huts in Scotland!)
What guests say: “This was a perfectly relaxing two-night getaway. The huts are completed to a very high standard throughout. Very comfortable and comes with everything you need to enjoy your stay. We found it very relaxing sitting outside enjoying the sound of the river. The hot tub is a fabulous added bonus.”
Price per night: From £120 for 4 people
Location: Auchterarder, nr Stirling
Nestled between 800 acres of private woodland and wild heathered moor, Muiredge Shepherds Hut is situated in a picturesque pocket of the Scottish countryside.
With only solar-powered electricity for lighting, the hut is completely off-grid, giving you even more reason to enjoy its beautiful surroundings.
Inside, you’ll find a double bed, two fold-down children’s beds, a small kitchenette, a wood-burning stove, and an en-suite bathroom.
So although it’s technically off-grid, you won’t be roughing it here at all!
With space for the kids to run free and with a stay costing only £120 a night, Muiredge is easily one of the best Scotland shepherds huts for families.
What guests say: “The site is absolutely beautiful. Amazing views and really high-quality living accommodations. The amenities are second to none, there’s everything you could possibly need. The host Angus is beyond wonderful, too – so helpful and patient.”
Price per night: From £77.50 for 2 people
Location: Kingennie, nr Dundee
For one of the most budget-friendly shepherds huts in Scotland, look no further than Forbes of Kingennie Shepherds Huts.
While you may think that saving your money means compromising on quality, you’d be mistaken.
Not only are these three shepherds huts beautifully decorated and furnished, but they all benefit from a private bubbling hot tub, too.
Who says you need to break the bank for luxury?!
Within each hut, you’ll discover all kinds of treats, including underfloor heating, stargazing skylights, and luxury toiletries.
And if you venture out into the country resort, you’ll find everything from restaurants, bars and tearooms to golfing, fishing and walks.
What’s not to love?!
What guests say: “I had the most amazing four-day break at Forbes of Kingennie. From the standards to the staff, I couldn’t fault anything from start to finish. The shepherds hut was well-equipped and the views around the resort are out of this world… it really is something special. I can’t wait to come back again.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Forfar, nr Dundee
Forfar Glamping is home to four deluxe ensuite riverside huts that are all completely beautiful.
And with prices starting from just £90 a night, they don’t break the bank either!
Each hut has been cleverly designed to maximise the small space.
All the huts have Wi-Fi, central heating, an en-suite bathroom, Smart TV, a kitchen, and a living area.
And three of the four huts come with king-size beds, while the fourth has a double bed.
Outside, each hut also has its own private picnic area so you can kick back and enjoy the wonderful views.
Top tip: keep an eye out on their website for special offers as they often have great discount codes!
What guests say: “Absolutely stunning wee hut and gorgeous surroundings. The lady that dealt with us was so friendly and helpful. The hut looks exactly like it shows in the photos. It is that luxurious, cosy, well-decorated and it’s even toasty warm for those chilly nights.”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people
Location: Heast, Isle of Skye
If you’re looking for a remote shepherds hut to escape from it all, look no further than Skye Shepherds Huts.
Perfectly positioned on the Isle of Skye, Skye Shepherds Huts promises beautiful views, complete tranquillity, and a couple of donkeys thrown in for good measure!
The two huts (Bothan Buidheag and Bothan Beileag) marry the simplicity of outdoor living with the home comforts you know and love.
Inside each hut, you’ll find a double bed, sink, kettle, fold-out table, and a toasty wood burner.
This means you’ll have to walk a little further for the communal firepit, shared kitchen and living area, hot shower, and flushing loo.
Staying here will feel like a great adventure in the wild, amidst some of Scotland’s most rugged landscapes!
What guests say: “Our stay was truly exceptional, our only wish is that we could have stayed longer! Janet’s warm and welcoming style immediately made us feel at home and her breakfast was delicious. The hut itself was cosy, with everything that you could need to be comfortable. The location was stunning, with panoramic views over to Rum and the surrounding mountains.”
Price per night: From £140 for 2 people
Location: Port of Menteith, nr Aberfoyle
While the inside of Poachers Hut is amazing, it’s its outdoor space that really makes it worth a visit.
From a private bubbly hot tub and large fire pit to a wood-fired pizza oven and BBQ, a lot of thought has gone into making the outside of this hut something special.
And who wouldn’t want to relax outside when the night skies are that clear?!
Your hosts at Keepers Cottage kindly provide you with marshmallows to toast on the fire and kernels and a popcorn pan to make popcorn on the BBQ.
However, if you do want to relax inside, Poachers Hut has got all sorts of luxurious amenities, including a smart TV, Wi-Fi, and a Nespresso coffee machine.
And as if this wasn’t already enough, the hosts also prepare a generous welcome hamper filled with fresh eggs from their eggs, homemade produce, and other surprises.
They really go the extra mile to ensure their guests have a great stay!
What guests say: “Poacher’s Hut was PERFECT! Idyllic, immaculate, so much thought has been put into every little detail. Our welcome hamper was super thoughtful. Perfect friendly hosts. Fabulous outdoor space. Loved the sheep, goats and hens wandering around too – it was just a lovely outdoor experience.”
Price per night: From £100 for 2 adults and 2 children
The Shepherds Huts at Craigduckie probably win the award for having the cutest names of all these shepherds huts.
If the names of Ewe View and Lamb Lookout are anything to go by, you just know these huts are going to be super sweet.
And sweet they are!
These beautifully bespoke huts are finished to an exceptional standard and are filled with every modern amenity you could need and then some.
They’ve received nothing but five-star reviews on TripAdvisor which is testimony to just how special they are!
Top tip: book into Ewe View so you get to enjoy the Bath Hut.
(It’s a little more expensive but worth every penny!)
This little open-fronted hut contains two huge, double-ended bathtubs and enjoys views over the rugged landscape towards Loch Fitty.
Lit by twinkling fairy lights and candles, it’s the epitome of romance!
What guests say: “Finished to a high standard with fabulous views. Absolutely gorgeous inside, with comfy beds, luxurious towels and delicious Victoria Sponge. Katie and her family were the nicest hosts and went the extra mile to ensure we had the best stay. Would highly recommend this little piece of heaven.”
Price per night: From £105 for 2 people
Location: Dykends, nr Blairgowrie
Escape to a life less ordinary at Bruadar Shepherds Hut.
This stunning hand-crafted shepherds hut is set in a beautiful Scottish glen and offers guests the opportunity to escape their normal life and reconnect with nature.
The views here really are second-to-none, and luckily, the inside of the hut is just as beautiful.
From a rainfall shower with hot running water to a hand-built double bed with organic cotton bedding, the hut has been finished immaculately.
And outside, there are multiple seating areas from which to enjoy the views.
‘Bruadar’ is one of the Scottish Gaelic words for ‘a dream’ and it’s safe to say this shepherds hut is a dream come true!
What guests say: “My stay was perfect. I enjoyed the quiet setting which allowed my rescue dog to relax and enjoy our stay. The shepherds hut was so cosy and had everything we needed in a beautiful setting which allowed us to eat outside a few times and give us a good night’s sleep.”
Price per night: From £99 for 2 people
Location: Blair Drummond, nr Stirling
Lovingly hand-crafted by local tradesmen using wood from the estate, Blair Drummond Shepherds Huts are a little local gem.
While the huts may look pretty unassuming from the outside, they are equal parts luxurious and cosy inside.
From a super comfortable bed to fluffy towels, you’ll feel right at home as soon as you step foot into your hut.
However, the best thing about staying here is being within the popular Blair Drummond Safari & Adventure Park which is fun for all the family.
Fancy bringing some friends or the kids along, too?
Well, you’re in luck because a tent pitch is included in the rental price for free, so you can accommodate more people outside the hut!
What guests say: “We couldn’t have asked for a more relaxing stay – the hut was spotless, and everything brand new and all kitted out to a very high spec. The cabin is set in a beautiful part of the park with loads of outside space. Very private and with red squirrels spotted running around every day! Alan, the park manager, was very friendly and made sure we had absolutely everything we needed.”
16. Shepherds View
Price per night: From £112 for 2 people
Location: Glenshee, nr Blairgowrie
Shepherds View is one of my favourite shepherds huts in Scotland.
With a private hot tub, a fully-equipped kitchen, and a modern en-suite, the large bespoke hut has a lot going for it.
It benefits from an elevated position, allowing you to enjoy beautiful views across the pond and neighbouring farmland and further afield to Blackwater River and the hills of Glenshee.
The local area is teeming with wildlife so you’ll quickly feel at one with nature here.
On-site, you’ll also find some of my favourite treehouses in Scotland that are well worth a visit, too!
Complete with bubbling hot tubs, super-king-size beds, and glass pyramid skylights, their two treehouses are more akin to luxury hotel suites than treehouses.
What guests say: “Such a cute, cosy and perfect place. It’s so tastefully decorated and has quality furnishings and the hot tub was just perfect. It was so nice to come in at night after being in the hot tub to a cosy wood burner. The views were gorgeous and the wildlife around the property was abundant.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people and £140 for 4 people
Location: Nethy Bridge, Cairngorms National Park
Situated in Cairngorms National Park, one of my favourite parts of Scotland, Highland Shepherds Huts promise a completely restorative experience.
The first of their two huts is Coorie, a magical and romantic shepherds hut that sleeps two.
It’s filled to the brim with everything you could need from a self-contained self-catering stay, including a king-size bed, modern kitchen, and en-suite with rain shower.
Alternatively, if you’re travelling as a larger group, look no further than Bothan.
Sleeping up to four people across a king-size bed and a sofa bed, Bothan is the largest shepherds hut I’ve ever seen.
Spacious yet still homely, the hand-built hut is tastefully decorated to a high standard, and it’s a great option for groups of friends.
What guests say: “When we arrived we were stunned by the incredible view of this gorgeous location. The shepherds huts themselves are just lovely, a simple minimal design but with a touch of cosiness and interesting trinkets to look at. We loved popping the wood into the log burner on an evening to feel extra cosy. Nick and Zoe were brilliant hosts.”
Price per night: From £135 for 2 people
Location: Ardross, nr Inverness
A private bubbly hot tub, the cosiest double bed imaginable, and the most beautiful, modern interior.
That’s exactly what you’re signing up for when you book a stay in Cuillich Mill Shepherds Hut.
I can’t emphasise enough just how stunning this shepherds hut is.
It’s immaculately done and lovingly filled to the brim with all kinds of luxuries, including dressing gowns, slippers, toiletries, and a generous welcome pack.
The hosts really go the extra mile to make your stay a special one, especially if you order one of their add-ons.
From a hot breakfast delivered to your door for £15 per person to a £30 celebration package with Prosecco and premium chocolates, they’re sure to spoil you rotten.
This is one of my favourite Scotland shepherds huts and I know you’re going to love it, too!
What guests say: “Staying at Leila and David’s was everything we could have hoped for and so much more. The hut is beautifully decorated and has everything you could need in it. Leila has really thought of everything. The hot tub was such a joy to use every day. Incredibly relaxing under the trees which filter out the sunset light in the most beautiful way.”
Price per night: From £90 for 2 people
Location: Tanglandford Farm, nr Aberdeen
If you’re a sucker for a forest just as much as I am, then you’ll fall weak at the knees for Oak Lodge.
Although it may not look it from the outside, this shepherds hut is a bit of a tardis and is one of the most spacious shepherds huts in Scotland.
It’s so large, in fact, that it has a separate bedroom and living area which is almost unheard of in shepherds huts.
The king-size bedroom will guarantee a blissful night’s sleep, while the luxurious and well-equipped kitchen, dining and living space will make you feel like you’re staying in a holiday home, rather than a hut.
If you’re someone who loves your home comforts, Oak Lodge is one of the best Scotland shepherds huts for you!
What guests say: “We can’t put into words how wonderful and special this place is. The host made us so welcome and everything was just perfect. A very private and cosy place. We have stayed in similar settings but nothing as great as this one. Big shower, comfy bed and sofa, everything you need in the kitchen and even books, games and DVDs.”
20. Driftwood Cabin
Price per night: From £129 for 2 people
Location: Annat, Torridon
If you’re yet to visit Torridon, your jaw will drop as you make your way towards Driftwood Cabin.
If this cabin does anything well, it’s spectacular 360-degree views, which you can enjoy from the comfort of your private bubbling hot tub.
Alternatively, the hut also has a spacious decking area out front for you to watch the sunset or enjoy your morning coffee.
Although the surrounding scenery is the main reason to stay here, the hut itself is just as lovely.
Equipped with all kinds of luxuries, including a modern en-suite, underfloor heating, super-fast Wi-Fi, and a smart TV, you’ll be left wanting for nothing.
However, despite these luxuries, the hut still retains a cosy charm thanks to its homely design, wood stove, and abundance of fairy lights.
What guests say: “We had an incredible stay here. The Shepherd’s Hut has everything you could need and is right in the middle of some of Scotland’s most stunning scenery. We enjoyed drinks on the balcony with wild deer wandering past and we also had a few dips in the hot tub which with amazing views of the stars and mountain silhouettes.”
Price per night: From £120 for 2 people
Location: Carseriggan, Galloway Forest Park
Situated in a small paddock, Carraig Shepherds Hut provides nothing but peace and tranquillity.
The hut is cosy and charming and has plenty of home comforts, including a fully-fitted kitchen and modern en-suite.
One of my favourite things about the hut is its large windows around the bed that let light flood in.
Wake up and throw open the curtains to gaze out on the cows and sheep grazing in the lush green fields outside.
You can also enjoy the views outside, though, from the outdoor furniture or hammock!
Top tip: be sure to pack some marshmallows to toast on the chiminea.
They’re the perfect accompaniment to a bit of stargazing!
What guests say: “The shepherds hut was clearly a labour of love for the two lovely hosts, Jane and Andy. Spotlessly clean and decorated/equipped to a very high standard. We loved every minute of our stay. We were thrilled to find a basket full of goodies waiting to welcome us upon arrival (the homemade shortbread was delicious!).”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people and £99 for 4 people
Location: Blacklunans, nr Blairgowrie
Enveloped in rolling green hills, Glenshee Shepherds Huts have some of the best surroundings of all these Scotland shepherds huts.
You’ll have some furry neighbours to keep you company, too, so you’re in luck if you’re an animal lover.
But let’s be honest, who wouldn’t want to see highland cattle and llamas?
There are two simple but charming huts to choose from: Blackberry Hut which sleeps two and Tummelberry Hut which sleeps four.
Top tip: if you want to make your stay even more special, be sure to book a slot in their large wood-fired hot tub.
Positioned in the meadow overlooking the glen, the tub enjoys beautiful panoramic views and is lit up by the magic glow of fairy lights at night.
Talk about romantic!
What guests say: “Cannot fault a thing – had a fabulous stay. Helena and Nathan were excellent hosts and the hut itself was cosy. We enjoyed the wood-burning stove and off-grid experience. The toilets were immaculate with very good water pressure in the shower. The standout for us was the big wood-fired hot tub – an experience I’ll never forget.”
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Location: Kensaleyre, Isle of Skye
Loch Eyre Shepherds Hut is a wee gem.
This cosy bolthole for two is conveniently positioned to afford stunning views over Loch Eyre and beyond.
The hut is one of the more rustic and back-to-basic shepherds huts in Scotland, making it ideal for those who want a more authentic experience.
Inside the hut, you’ll find a double bed, a wood-burning stove, and electric power.
With no TV or Wi-Fi, you’ll be forced to spend some quality time with your loved one and enjoy all the natural beauty that Skye has to offer.
(Or alternatively, make your way through a long reading list!)
Don’t worry though because your private bathroom is no more than 25 metres away so you’ll still have some home comforts.
What guests say: “Such an incredible place to stay. The views were beautiful, and the hosts were so friendly and accommodating. Our bathroom and hut were both spotless and filled with anything we could need! The staff paid such attention to detail and made sure our stay was comfortable. Will be recommending this place to everyone I know!”
Price per night: From £85 for 2 people
Location: Weem, nr Aberfeldy
Hand-built to perfection, this Bespoke Shepherds Hut is modern yet cosy.
It contains all the mod-cons you’d expect from a luxury holiday home, including a comfy king-size bed, smart TV, Wi-Fi, a fully-fitted kitchen with a coffee machine, and a chic en-suite.
Outside, the patio has outdoor furniture for you to relax on and enjoy the spectacular views of the valley towards Aberfeldy.
Although you’ll have a hard time leaving the hut, there are also plenty of great walks right on your doorstep!
Ideal for lovers of the outdoors who don’t want to compromise on home comforts, this shepherds hut provides the best of both worlds.
What guests say: “No words can describe the perfectness of this hut. There’s so much attention to detail inside, between the cute coffee machine, shortbread, heated flooring, and outlet converters for several countries. A gorgeous view to have coffee or tea with. We only stayed one night but wished we booked our trip here for longer.”
Price per night: From £95 for 2 people
Location: Blair Atholl, Cairngorms National Park
Last but by no means least, we have this Shepherds Hut with Highland Views.
And spectacular highland views it has!
Remember Atholl Estates Shepherds Huts from the beginning of this article?
Well, we’re coming full circle because this shepherds hut enjoys stunning views over the Vale of Atholl towards Blair Castle.
But great views aren’t the only reason to book a stay here!
The hut also benefits from a cosy double bed, TV, leather sofa, fully-equipped kitchen, underfloor heating, log burner, modern en-suite, an outdoor bath, and the list goes on…
What guests say: “The pictures do not do it justice. I have just had the most incredible stay in such a unique and beautiful setting. Georgie and Sam were brilliant and provided accommodation that is so fresh, warm, comfortable and not in the least way compact. I hope to visit again in the future!”
Quick Breakdown of the Best Scotland Shepherds Huts
As you can see, Scotland has so many amazing shepherds huts.
So much so that I’m sure you’re already struggling with which to choose!
That’s why I’ve done the legwork for you and shortlisted six of the best for you, hopefully narrowing down your search.
My personal favourite shepherds hut in Scotland: Atholl Estates Shepherds Huts
The cheapest shepherds hut in Scotland: Rowan Shepherds Hut at Garroch Glen
Most luxurious shepherds hut in Scotland: The Mar Huts
Most unique shepherds hut in Scotland: Black Isle Brewery Shepherds Hut
Best shepherds hut in Scotland for couples: West Coast Hideaways Shepherds Huts
Best shepherds hut in Scotland for large groups: Highland Shepherds Huts
So that concludes my round-up of all the best Scotland shepherds huts!
It’s safe to say you’re spoiled for choice and no matter which one you go for, you’re in for an absolute treat.
All that’s left to do is to pick out your favourite and get booking!