Hut, Tipi and Caravan

Leon built this simple "hut on wheels" by hand using reclaimed and natural materials. It offers a peaceful off-grid haven for those craving a simple life close to nature. Just big enough for one or two people to dwell in, with outdoor kitchen, compost loo and gas shower - more details here.

 

Located up on the hillside behind our house, on a rocky ledge, the hut is reached via a steep and uneven path. Let us know about your access needs and we'll do what we can to help accommodate you.

 

Great for adventurers, creatives and outdoors enthusiasts, this can be a useful add-on if you are joining us for a day or weekend course, or an expedition.

Wildwood's Woodland Tipi camp is set in a tranquil and wild corner of our garden, in Moidart on the West Coast of Scotland. It is available for customers and friends to book during the summer months.

 

Great for camping enthusiasts who enjoy the simple outdoor life, this can be a useful add-on if you are joining us for a day or weekend course, or an expedition.

 

As we have everything set up and ready, it's perfect if you don't want to bring all your camping gear along. Also a useful stopover if you are travelling through this beautiful area, perhaps on the way to Ardnamurchan, Mallaig, or Skye.

 

Stay and enjoy your own private woodland tipi hideaway, in one of the most beautiful corners of the world!

Book via Airbnb here

We also have a static caravan on site which is perfect for a young family of 4.  It has a well equipped kitchen, a bathroom with shower, and a classic Jotul log burner to keep you warm. 

 

Ideal accommodation if you are joining one of Leon's courses or expeditions on the West Coast!

 

Also a useful stop-over for anyone travelling through this stunning part of the west Highlands. We are just off the roads to the Skye Ferry, Mallaig and the Ardnamurchan peninsula.

 

Stay with us and enjoy your own cosy caravan retreat in Roshven, 35 miles west of Fort William. The perfect base for outdoor adventures!  

Book via Airbnb here