Digital detox experiences are places of escape from the bustle of the 24-hour connected lifestyle. No Wi-Fi, no internet, so you can just switch your phone off and enjoy the peace. A digital detox is a great holiday for families to reconnect; for couples who just want to spend time alone; or even for groups of friends who don’t want technology to distract from having a good time together.

1 | The Hotbox Aberfeldy

Fired by a giant crackling wood burner, lined in aspen and with panoramic windows stretching 40′ along it’s length, its the perfect place to relax whilst you take in the magnificent views across the Loch & hill ground beyond. Complete with its own fire pit, lawn area and access to our water trampoline via the private beach below, its just too good to miss. Not forgetting, The Hot Box also boasts its very own outdoor bar!!

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2 | Dark Skies at Rannoch

One of the most magnificent sights in all of nature is the night sky peppered with stars, distant planets and streaking meteors. Luckily for us, Scotland has some of the largest expanses of dark sky in Europe making it a perfect destination for eager stargazers.

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3 | Wild Camping & Night Kayaking at Rannoch

Fancy getting off the beaten track? If you don’t mind sacrificing the usual day-to-day comforts and conveniences and want to explore the areas of Scotland that very few visit, then wild camping is for you. It’s a great way to discover remote parts of our stunning landscapes and get close to nature. Plus, the experience definitely comes with a great feeling of adventure!

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4 | Dunalister Loch & Hidden Village

From the front of this Victorian grey-stone hotel in the isolated village of Kinloch Rannoch in the Scottish Highlands the craggy slopes of Craig Varr rise up.

5 | EcoYoga

Nick and Rachel have created the ecoYoga Centre at Inverliever Lodge as an expression of their belief in a healthy, happy, carbon free and sustainable lifestyle. The transformation from an old outdoor centre to its present incarnation as a luxurious but still genuinely ‘eco’ holiday experience is now complete. Set in magnificent Scottish scenery; hills, lochs, rivers and forests abound. The ecoYoga Centre is totally off-grid. Powered by our 550Kw hydro turbine and a large bank of solar panels.

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6 | Treehouse Glamping

The Tree Howf is a beautifully designed and crafted masterpiece!

Built high up within the branches of the tree it has amazing 360 degree views over the Ochil hills and beyond

Immerse yourself in peace and quiet in this totally self sufficient tree house, which has internal cooking facilities, shower and wood burning stove/ oven, while downstairs there is compost toilet.

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7 | Guardswell Self-catering

Guardswell Farm is a 150-acre grassland farm situated on a south facing hillside, between Abernyte and Kinnaird, Perthshire. With panoramic views extending from North of Dundee, along the River Tay, over to the North of Fife, down to the Carse of Gowrie and all the way along to Glencarse; we feel a bit mean keeping it all to ourselves.

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8 | Munro Bagging

Your challenge, should you choose to accept it, is to conquer Scotland’s Munros, a list of Scottish mountains over 3,000 ft (914.4 m), which are named after Sir Hugh T Munro, who surveyed and catalogued them in 1891. Climbing these peaks is a great way for experienced walkers to explore some of Scotland’s finest scenery and further-flung locations.

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9 | Mountain Biking at Comrie Croft

Comrie Croft is fast becoming the mountain biking and hiking destination for Perthshire and beyond.

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10 | Spa Uniq

The Spa Uniq Retreat Cabin is a fantastic place to chill out and totally relax. It has many fabulous features, designed with your comfort and enjoyment in mind. The decor is restful with colours of champagne, pearl and purple.  The theme is “luxurious spa”.  The concept is unique – a self-catering spa cabin with private roofed hot tub and quirky cedar barrel sauna.  You won’t find anything quite like it.

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