Camping Pitch Grown Ups

UK Scotland East Scotland Angus Greenhillock Glamping & Camping

  • Sleeps 4 (max 4 adults, 0 children)
A spacious camping pitch in the secluded North Paddock with its own campfire. This is a grown ups only pitch.A spacious camping pitch in the secluded North Paddock for adults seeking a quiet camping experience.

The Owner Says

A spacious camping pitch in the secluded North Paddock with its own campfire suitable for tents 4m x 5m. This is a ‘grown-ups only’ pitch situated away from the main family pitches for people seeking a quiet camping experience. There are no electric hook-ups on this pitch.

About Greenhillock Glamping & Camping

Suitable For

Tents, families, couples, dogs and large groups by prior arrangement – yes. Caravans, campervans and motorhomes – no. The site is car free, with parking provided in an adjacent plot.


The site is relatively equidistant between the spectacular mountains of the Cairngorms National Park(01479 873535) and the dynamic geography of the east coast. To the former it's around a half hour drive, to the later 20 minutes or so. Try heading straight for Arbroath – a medieval port town that's now a throbbing heart of the Scottish fishing industry. Sampling the fresh seafood is a must while your there. Visit grand Arbroath Abbey (01241 878756), founded in 1178 by King William the Lion, or pop in to see Kerr's Miniature Railway (01241 874074), the oldest miniature railway in Scotland, which has been operating since 1935. Today it is run by a hobby group of volunteers and remains popular with locals, tourists and railway enthusiasts. In the opposite direction, Glamis Castle (01307 840393) is 15 minutes by car, a 14th-century castle and the late Queen Mother's childhood home with guided tours of the lavish interiors available.

Food & Drink

Communal BBQs are provided. BBQ packs and other local produce can be supplied by prior arrangement. The owners are also building a pizza oven and stock the produce so you can make your own. Away from the site, it’s a cycle or short drive south to The Wellbank Inn (01382 350922) and Craigton Coach Inn (01382 370223) – traditional Scottish pubs, or for more of a restaurant vibe try Forbes of Kingennie (01382 350777). For seafood near Arbroath, try But ‘n Ben(01241 877223).

Family Friendly

There’s a reason it’s not called Greyhillock. Wild grasses grow, dragonflies dance around the lily pond and birds flitter in the trees. It’s all green here, and there are plenty of bug-hunting, pond-dipping and den-building activities to make the most of it.
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Greenhillock Glamping & Camping is located at Lower Greenhillock, Kirkbuddo, Forfar, Angus DD8 2NL

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Getting There

Coming from the A90, follow the B9127 for 4 miles. Go straight through the village of Whigstreet and the woods immediately after. If you are using Satnav it will guide to to a cottage on the other side of the woods. Don't stop there, instead cross the railway bridge and where the road turns sharply to the right, take the left-hand farm track signposted "Lower Greenhillock". Greenhillock Glamping is 1/3 a mile down this track.