There’s plenty to see and do at Kelburn, and nearby.

Bring your own tent or glamp with us in one of our stunning yurts! 

Book a Camping Pitch or Hard Standing Bay

Book a Yurt


Please be aware that things are a little different at the moment, due to COVID-19 restrictions. Some of the attractions noted below may be closed or running in another way to normal.

When visiting Kelburn, we ask that you use our handwashing and sanitising faculties regularly and keep distanced from people outside of your own party. We ask that you do not visit us if you are showing any symptoms of COVID-19. 

Camping and Glamping at Kelburn gives you access to the estate grounds. This includes the glen, gardens, the adventure course, and The Saloon. The Secret Forest is free for glamping guests, and £3pp for campers.

NB: We will offer a full refund (minus any booking fees) if the booking is cancelled due to a national or regional lockdown that prevents us from fulfilling the booking. Instead, you may wish to rearrange your booking, subject to availability. We will not offer a refund if the booking is made for a time when restrictions are already in place. Please check travel restrictions before booking.




Our cosy hillside yurts, each fitted with a wood burning stove, offer incredible views over the Firth of Clyde and its islands. Perfect for a romantic weekend escape, or a fun-filled family stay, the beautiful glampsite is just a short walk from all the activity at Kelburn.

Visit our Yurts page to book. 


Escape to the stunning Ayrshire coast and countryside!

Grass pitches and hard-standing bays are available for tents, camper vans, caravans and motor homes. Visit our Campsite page for more information… 



Largs is a traditional British seaside town, with ice cream parlours, fish and chips, pubs, cafes, and several great shops to browse.

Largs was the location of a battle between the Scots and the Vikings in 1263, this heritage is celebrated at Vikingar! Find out more about the town on the Visit Scotland website.


Explore the home of Robert Burns, the many museums, galleries and castles. You can discover more about the region on the Visit Scotland website.

Use The Coig’s 5 scenic routes to explore the area by car, foot or bicycle.