From the epic majesty of the Highlands to the rugged, windswept islands of Orkney and Shetland – Scotland gets a gold star for breathtaking wilderness. The otters, red squirrels and dolphins that you might spot, call it home for a reason. Stay in one of our cabins in Scotland and you won’t miss a moment of the ever-changing scenery. Our places are designed with cosy comfort in mind, with hot tubs that are perfect for reinvigorating chilly toes after a long hike through the glens.
We’ve carefully selected some truly unique cabins that offer a slice of remote Scottish heaven with all the home-from-home luxuries that make a holiday feel like, well, a holiday. Whether you want a bothy in the fields or a modern eco-cabin by the sea, we’ve got it covered. What they all have in common (as well as the requisite hot tub), is passionate owners with incredible local knowledge who are committed to creating joyful getaways for every guest who stays in their labour of love.
Breathe in the fresh air, crack open the bubbles and make new memories. Cuddling up together in a warm outdoor hot tub under a sparkling blanket of stars will be the icing on the cake (or the skylight in the treehouse).
We'd like to think we have some of Britain's most scenic hot tubs, baths, double baths and outdoor showers in our collection so we've rounded up some of ours, and our guests' favourites below. Lie back, relax and enjoy; you can almost feel the wind on your nips…
What’s it like to stay in a cabin with a hot tub? Luxuriate with a dram of whiskey in the hot tub as the vast night sky lights up with the awe-inspiring sight of the Northern Lights. Breathe in deep lungfuls of fresh air on tranquil strolls along deserted beaches, or hike through beautiful pine forests. A cabin stay in Scotland with a hot tub is food for the soul, peace for the mind and a wealth of delights for the file marked ‘happy place’ in your memory banks.
Sustainability and glamping We can't get away from the fact that travel leaves a carbon footprint but we're committed to promoting responsibility in the glamping sector. We have pledged to become net zero by 2030, we work closely with our owners to reduce their environmental impact and we limit the amount of places we represent in over touristed areas. To find out more, read our impact report.
About Canopy & Stars’ expertise We've donned our kilts and taken Scotland's high roads and low roads to find you the best glamping places in the great outdoors. In fact, we've done that (minus the kilts) throughout the UK and a lot of Europe. We only choose unique, characterful places for meaningful getaways where you can reconnect with nature and ditch the distractions. Our discerning approach means we only accept 20% of applications who hit that sweet spot of wild surroundings and cosy accommodation. Find out more about Canopy & Stars.
What makes Scotland so special? Scotland is epic in every sense – in size, in scale, in outdoor adventures to experience and natural wonders to gawp at. You might choose to find out what a Scottish Munroe is (there are 282 of them) and bag a few during your glamping break. Or perhaps try and spot Nessie in the loch or take in the dizzy heights of Ben Nevis. The beauty of The Cairngorms is well worth a visit for the huge variety of wildlife that lives there in harmony with the landscape. If it’s your first trip to Scotland, the only guarantee is that you’ll be back.
We're majority employee owned, which means we all get a say in how the business is run.
Our Charitable Trust uses 24% ownership of the company to support environmental causes
We're committing to raise £50,000 by 2027 to help protect nature in our national parks.