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Luxury Glamping pod

A warm welcome to Little Woodbine

in the ancient Royal Burgh of Tain.

Little Woodbine

Luxury Glamping In Tain

A warm welcome to our newly built luxury glamping pod Little Woodbine in the ancient Royal Burgh of Tain. Our spacious pod has a well designed kitchen and living area with a sofa bed. Also we have large patio doors where you can sit out on the decking and take in the beautiful views. A lovely double bedroom and shower room next door. Our pod sleeps up to 4 people, all bed linen and towels included.

Modern interior of the pod

Your personal space with the hot tub and barbecue

Decking with a view

Luxury hot tub


  • Hot tub
  • BBQ
  • Outside seating
  • Decking area
  • Private garden
  • Full Sky TV package


  • WIFi
  • Crockery
  • Luxury towels
  • First aid kit
  • TV


  • Shower room basin
  • Electric heating
  • Oven, hob, fridge
  • Bed linen
  • Hairdryer

places to visit

Great surroundings

Easter Ross Peninsula

The Peninsula is flowing with Pictish history, walks and trails, it is home to the Clan Ross Centre, the oldest Royal Burgh in Scotland and the mythical Mermaid of the North. It is a place You can reset the clock, drinking in the scenery whilst sipping a locally distilled single malt Glenmorangie whisky.

Tain Golf Club

Overlooking the Dornoch Firth, Tain arguably offers one of the best settings imaginable in the highlands for a round of golf .

Glenmorangie Distillery

The copper stills in which we distil our spirit, are the tallest in Scotland. With necks as tall as a giraffe, they create more space for taste and aroma.

Greens Restaurant

We are delighted to welcome you into our restaurant to enjoy our homemade baking, quality teas and coffees, locally produced drinks and food prepared with wonderful locally produced ingredients.

Glass Storm Gallery

Pay a visit to one of the UK’s most exciting and cutting-edge hot glass studios in the attractive Highland town of Tain. 

Seaboard villages

The Mermaid of the North sits upon a rock- named ‘Clach Dubh’ (black rock in Gaelic)- in the Seaboard village of Balintore.

Platform 1864

Tain’s newest restaurant and gastropub, Platform 1864 is located in the town’s former railway station which has undergone a complete transformation. Open from breakfast, offering coffees and cakes, snacks, breakfasts, lunches and evening meals.

Tain and Easter Ross walks

There are forest walks in the hills, and some good viewpoints looking along the two Firths, but it is the coastline which wins most attention, with fine long sandy beaches.

Tain Through Time

The Tain & District Museum, is located in Tain, Ross-shire, Scotland. It is volunteer-run and is open April to October part of the Tain Through Time visitor centre.



Ankerville Street,

Tain, Ross-Shire,

United Kingdom,

IV19 1BL


+44 7917881672

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