Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Graham Anderson, who runs Loch Ness Glamping, together with his wife, Sonia.
Plans for new “glamping” pods in the north-east countryside have been approved.
An unusual cabin and some intriguing animals add to the charms of the Scottish countryside and make for a delightfully quirky holiday
I wasn’t quite sure what to expect as I headed for an ecocamp holiday.
Plans have been lodged to cash in on the rising interest in farming tourism by creating "glamping" pods in the north-east countryside and allowing guests to help tend a herd of Aberdeen Angus cattle.
If recent bank holidays have left you dreaming of your next getaway, one of these glamping holidays in Scotland might be just the escape from normality you’re looking for!
If like me, the thought of camping makes you run for the hills, don’t be put off going on a glamping holiday.
A man has lodged plans to build quaint hobbit homes at a proposed campsite in the north-east.
A glamping bothy which was up for a national award last year has been given retrospective planning permission.
A major funding award has helped boost business at a north-east community enterprise.
Tourism is surging along the Banffshire coast and visitors to the area have now been given the chance to sail the high teas and promote a grand old Doric tradition.
The combination of loch-side views, spectacular nature shows and luxurious canvas cottages make a visit to the Glampotel at Dundas Castle a magical experience, writes Susan Welsh
A north-east councillor revealed his lack of faith in the theory of evolution during a bizarre argument over a camp site.
A scheme to launch a luxury camping business in the north-east has won planning permission.
An initiative to help kick-start a luxury camping business in the north-east has been awarded more than £30,000 of funding.
Glamping has grown in popularity in recent years. Gemma Mackenzie camped out at a luxury glamping site on a rural estate in the Scottish Borders
The Short family first got involved with glamping four years ago.
We’ve all watched TV shows like George Clark’s Amazing Spaces and admired the sheer genius of those who possess the skills to turn something ordinary into something special and unique.
The company behind a travel concept which blends camping with rural life is proving hugely popular on farms down south.
Despite flooding fears eight camping pods have been approved on a west coast golf course after councillors heard they would be moored in case of high water.
Plans to introduce glamping to the Black Isle have been approved by Highland councillors.