1 Night Glamping Holiday in Scotland for 2 People for £19 @ Wowcher
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1 Night Glamping Holiday in Scotland for 2 People for £19 @ Wowcher

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Found 28th Apr 2015
Wow!! Who fancies a Glamping Holiday on one of the westerly Isles in Scotland? From ONLY £7.25 Each!!

Wowcher are offering 1 or 2 nights Glamping on the Isle of Bute, which is just 33 miles from Glasgow and easily accessible.

Glamping Prices:

£19 for a 1-night for 2 people (£9.50 per person)
£39 for 2 nights for 2 people (£19.50 per person)
£29 for a 1-night break for 4 people (£7.25 per person)
£49 for 2 nights for 4 people (£12.25 per person)
Roseland Holiday Park - save up to 37%

Stylish Glamping pods come complete with a mini fridge, microwave, TV and heater. The Park itself offers showers, toilets, dishwashing and laundry facilities.

Take advantage of this great Glamping Holiday offer and holiday with a difference!:)

All you have to do is head to Wowcher and buy the Glamping Holiday deal then wait for Wowcher to send you your unique code, then call Roseland Holiday Park to book! Voucher is valid for stays between 5th May-25th Jun 2015.

Stay from Monday to Thursday. Based in Rothesay, Isle of Bute. Don't forget to take your own bedding!!:)

21 Comments

Isle of Bute is lovely, really nice place to visit

I swore I would never go camping again!! This looks good, Rothesay is amazing, IF the weather is good, for glamping.
Seriously lovely pubs, restaurants and scenery. If the weather is okay, hire bikes and cycle round the island.

The Victorian toilets are stunning (more so the men's). Google them! It also a must for Lena Zavaroni fans - and her family still run the famous ice cream shops there. If going I would take the car, there are lots of lovely beaches around the island.

Pay to sleep in a shed, don't think I can imagine anything worse. I'll never understand the glamping craze.

if I'm going away and I need cheap accommodation I'll go for a well rated B&B, honestly I've stayed in some £70 a night B&Bs that I've found better then some 5 Star hotels I've been in.

spritey

Pay to sleep in a shed, don't think I can imagine anything worse. I'll … Pay to sleep in a shed, don't think I can imagine anything worse. I'll never understand the glamping craze.if I'm going away and I need cheap accommodation I'll go for a well rated B&B, honestly I've stayed in some £70 a night B&Bs that I've found better then some 5 Star hotels I've been in.



Lovely uninformed comment. Thanks for sharing what you don't know.

How much is the Ferry?

99rb

Lovely uninformed comment. Thanks for sharing what you don't know.


Let us know these B&B's better than some 5* Hotels please and what 5* Hotels you refer to. I need a laugh.

SaintofSouth

Let us know these B&B's better than some 5* Hotels please and what 5* … Let us know these B&B's better than some 5* Hotels please and what 5* Hotels you refer to. I need a laugh.



Think you didn't need me in the quote?

No bedding, and the mattresses look like the worst thing to sleep on, non-breathable plastic. Plus it's a shed. According to trip advisor you have to pay £1 for a shower. I have been to many campsites and never paid to wash.
Cold from me.
Edited by: "paul.jacobs" 29th Apr 2015

I've tried this actually, I got to milk a cow in the morning too, we never got married in the end, probably for the best.

If anyone wants free camping,it seems, it is now available outside Manchester Town hall.Ideally placed for the city centre.oO
manchestereveningnews.co.uk/new…745

Edited by: "digbys" 29th Apr 2015

I have stayed in one of those in Tyndrum near Crainlarich, and they are fantastic! We just brought sleeping bags and pillows and slept on top of mattress things! Warm and felt safer than real camping!

BellsdykeBairn

How much is the Ferry?



Very good question! I did a five day tour of the highlands a few years ago and we cancelled trips to Arran and the Orkneys due to the prohibitive price of the ferries!

I have googled and it appears that a one way (single) ticket per car is over £20, not including passengers! The passengers are then over £5 each on top. So you could easily be paying over £80 for your return ferry trip, which is mental.

calmac.co.uk/wem…ble

For anyone interested for the fun of it and not for the bargain, you could get the Waverley steamship from Glasgow Science Centre on a Saturday down the Clyde to Rothesay. It's a gorgeous trip particularly on a sunny day and the kids just seem to love being on a paddle steamer. The engine room is beautiful, all polished brass.

I stayed here last year and it was great fun! Unfortunately ferry travel is expensive but your return ticket is open for 5 days. RET travel is to be introduced later this year, which will bring down the cost of the fares, but is not getting implemented until after the summer months. It's already in place on the Arran ferry I believe.
Bite is well worth a visit, the beaches are lovely and there's many historical points to enjoy.

There are two ferries to Bute. The Wemyss Bay-Rothesay ferry & the Colintraive - Rhubodach one at the north east of Bute. Its price is £20 return & £3 return per passenger. The five day return is the cheapest ticket for all stays & for vehicles/passengers.

Its a considerable drive to get this ferry, but its through some of the most scenic Argyll countryside.

Another option is take a bike, which is free on both the train & the ferry, with the Wemyss Bay station being at the ferry, just leaving you to cycle to the campsite (which from memory is quite a steep hill). Walking it would be viable too, or a taxi to the site would be likely to be under £4.


Makes no ends if you go in summer or winter. Well, a bit I suppose. (Source: I live in Scotland)

http://oi60.tinypic.com/2rr2fqx.jpg

spritey

Pay to sleep in a shed, don't think I can imagine anything worse.



Your also in Scotland...

Hpi_matrix

Your also in Scotland...



Better hope the SNP don't see that. They'll be calling the shots for all you Englanders soon enough ....

voted cold. its Scotland. which is cold

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markvickyjax

voted cold. its Scotland. which is cold



Really, you visit often? No, thought not.

Hpi_matrix

Your also in Scotland...



That should really be "you're" if you are a native English speaker.. ;-)
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