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Greenhillock Glamping

Lower Greenhillock, Forfar,
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Greenhillock Glamping
Places for nature, space for discovery.

A gorgeous eco-campsite with secluded bell tents nestled in wild flower meadows.


At Greenhillock, we believe in the joy of uncovering the secrets of the natural world around us. We strive to conserve nature’s precious balance for future generations and inspire others to do the same.

Playing and making discoveries together helps us to connect and enriches our relationships. Unwinding off-grid in our unique environment nourishes creativity and self-exploration.

We aim to grow our sustainable business as carefully as we nurture our environment. It matters to us that our guests enjoy memorable experiences and share in this important journey.


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Check out number 5 go Dundee!!!!!

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Yup, this!

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The Greenhillock Glamping Wheelbarrow Derby 2017! #greenglamp #makeyourownfun

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Impromptu bug hunt bright and early this morning with two of our glampers. We had a great time! #greenglamp #nature #bugs #wildlife #getoutside

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Some scary stats in here but what an inspiring invention. So hope they achieve their goal - plastic free by 2050.

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Turn, turn, turn... As I write this (my last blog until next Spring), Autumn has fully arrived at Greenhillock and our successful 2017 camping season is drawing to a close. There has been much to celebrate and we want to thank everyone for their interest in our conservation efforts and for helping us to spread the word about the growing importance of bio-diversity. [ 298 more words ] https://greenhillockglamping.wordpress.com/2017/09/15/to-everything-there-is-a-season/

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We're trying to decide what to make with all the plastic we've collected this season - maybe a whale is the answer!! #theearthcantdigestplastic

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Not sure about my dreams but these are certainly the colours here at Greenhillock in early Autumn. Glorious red of the turning Field Maple leaves and mass of Rowan berries in the hedge-lines, this week attracting our first winter thrush arrivals - a small group of Redwing. Glowing gold of the recently harvested barley fields in the evening sun. Vibrant green of the meadow grass pitches which continue to look good even after well over 1,000 camping and glamping guests have enjoyed them. [ 176 more words ] https://greenhillockglamping.wordpress.com/2017/09/04/red-gold-and-green/

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So after a few month's pimping - complete with besoke GHG decals - our fab new Greenhillock Glamping tandem went on it's maiden voyage today. Available for hire in 2018 thanks to the generosity of the Williams family! Jane Williams Josh Wizz Williams Bryan Williams et al!

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Oh wow would so love to see this beautiful creature this weekend - hope it sticks around another day. #majesticnature #visitangus

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Since my last blog, things have been very busy at Greenhillock so I have had to rely on our keen-eyed guests to report interesting wildlife finds. Well, they haven't disappointed! We have had two further sightings (with photos) of the baby Hedgehogs among the camping pitches, both in the late evening. Lots of people have commented on the large numbers of Willow Warblers in the hedgerows, their presence announced by the insistent, repetitive call of the fluffy yellowish-green fledglings. [ 248 more words ] https://greenhillockglamping.wordpress.com/2017/08/23/wild-weird-and-wonderful/

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The food is on order, the drinks are chilling and there are still a few spaces left for our Family BBQ this weekend so get booking! http://bit.ly/2rzhA4J

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