14 Dreamlike, Snug, And Romantic Winter Hideaways In Scotland

4. Roulotte Retreat, Melrose, Scottish Borders

Roulotte Retreat, Melrose, Scottish Borders

Roulotte Retreat is a unique campsite near the pretty town of Melrose. It’s home to seven roulottes: dainty French gypsy caravans that each have their own theme. This wagon is called Karlotta, and her colours are Moroccan-influenced with purples, reds, and golds.

5. Knoydart House, Inverie, Highland

Knoydart House, Inverie, Highland

Or, if you want to treat yo’ self, you could stay in this large loch-side lodge on the Knoydart Peninsula, a remote part of Scotland that’s accessible only by boat. You can warm yourself in the hot tub, or snuggle up in one of the four-poster king-size beds. Bliss.

6. Natural Retreats, John O’Groats, Caithness

Natural Retreats, John O'Groats, Caithness

These colourful lodges in the northernmost town in the mainland British isles are a reminder that modern buildings can be cosy too. They each have a wood-burning stove, incredible sea views (you can often spot killer whales from your window), and underfloor heating to keep you nice and snug.