‘Glamping’ in style at the Hobbit House

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PREPARE yourselves for a brand new camping experience due to launch in Aberdeenshire next month.

‘Glamping’ - glamorous camping - is the latest craze to hit the camping world and Rosehearty couple Carole and Matthew Short promise a fantastic new outdoors experience with their new ‘Hobbit House.’

Owners Matthew and Carole Short, came up with the idea for the bothy-style house When trying to think how they could further utilise their family run farm near outside Fraserburgh. Set in the tranquillity of rural Rosehearty, the High Seas Hobbit House is surrounded by dramatic cliff top scenery and stunning views of the Moray Firth, offering a perfect location for camping.

“The Hobbit offers a great alternative to the tent but retains all the ambience of a camping holiday,” says Carole. “The Aberdeenshire is always popular with sea life and wildlife enthusiasts. Many people are interested in exploring the undiscovered gem of the Moray Firth and the picturesque little fishing villages. We feel very confident we will get visitors.” The Hobbit house is solid and insulated and will accommodate the variable Scottish weather by keeping visitors warm and dry even in the heaviest of rains. It sleeps up to four people and will be kitted out with basic facilities including a fridge, microwave, kettle and TV.

The Hobbit will be of benefit to cyclists, walkers and families who want to enjoy the outdoors, indoors! Find the Hobbit House on Facebook at facebook.com/high-seas-hobbit-house