Runach Arainn

Luxury Glamping Yurts on The Isle of Arran, Scotland

Runach Arainn ('Secret or Beloved Arran' in Gaelic) is a small, intimate glamping (glamorous camping) site on the south end of the Isle of Arran, Scotland. We offer self-catering glamping accommodation in luxury yurts accompanied by private bathrooms. We are an ideal holiday destination for families and couples looking for a short break or a longer vacation. With our proper double beds, wood burning stoves, firepits and sofas we are definitely at the glamorous end of camping!
Our site is set in a small orchard near the village of Kilmory where we have three Scottish made yurts. Each yurt comes fully equipped with all you will need for your holiday including bedding, towels, crockery and cooking utensils. Two yurts can sleep up to six people and the third can accommodate up to four people. Each is ideal for a romantic break or as a base for an adventurous family holiday. In addition we provide free site-wide WiFi.
For more details about the accommodation please see Our Yurts, or to enquire about prices and availability go to Bookings. To find out more about us and Runach Arainn go to About Us. Or find out what's been going on recently via our Facebook page at Runach Arainn Facebook
For different viewpoints, we hosted a young Scottish artist, Ellis O'Connor, during her stay on Arran. Read her account of her trip at Glamping on Arran.


Availability and Booking of our Yurts

To plan your self-catering glamping break with us and secure your booking please select your preferred dates and party size using the calendar below to see your yurt options and the price for your dates. Our Yurts are available February to November inclusive and prices start from £110 per night per yurt.

Latest Blog Posts

Space to Relax
- posted 9th March 2022

Inside our yurts is just amazingly roomy, colourful and comfy.

  • play a game – there’s lot s of choice in the games boxes for all ages
  • cook your tea on the log burner, with all the equipment at hand in the kitchen unit
  • spread your map out on the table to plan tomorrow’s adventures
  • curl up on the sofa by the fire with a drink and a good book – there’s a library to choose from if you did not bring your own favourite, or
  • lie in bed gazing at the stars - our new star gazing books help ID what you are looking or just gaze and enjoy, the choice is yours

Each yurt has lots of space inside to cook, eat, read, play games, chat, sleep or just chill out. Relax, enjoy and reconnect.

Electric Car Charging
- posted 24th February 2022

We are delighted to now have electric car charging available on site. This is a new addition to how we offer sustainable holidays and adds to all the other ways we try to make your holiday here as green as possible. Other green features include solar lighting, luxury waterless compost toilets, wood fired heating and cooking in the yurts, green electricity, upcycled furniture, local products, plastic free bathroom products….and the list goes on, both in the business management and all across the site.

Every year we have been awarded Green Tourism Gold in recognition of our green initiatives – and this new car charging addition we hope along with the others green features will help to protect our planet for everyone.

Looking forward to Spring
- posted 29th January 2022

Spring brings colour and scent to Arran, with wild garlic, bluebells and vibrant green leaves, it is a delight to the senses and welcome relief from the storms and grey of winter. Book a Spring break and reconnect with nature, relax and enjoy gentle walks, seas breeze, forest glades and mountain views.

On site we have snowdrops, wild garlic, bluebells, red campion, primroses and many other wild flowers through the spring into summer. There are country lanes from site to wander along and enjoy the bird song, butterflies and wild flowers, along with views of the hills and sea. Nearby there’s woods, waterfalls and of course the beach to enjoy.

About The Isle of Arran, Scotland

Activities & Adventure

Arran boasts activities for all tastes. To the north you can walk in the mountains of the Goatfell range. In the south you can bike around forest tracks, or walk along miles of peacful beaches or visit cascading waterfalls. You can get out onto the sea by kayak or join a RIB (rigid inflatable boat) tour. If your preference is for something calmer Arran hosts seven golf courses - each with stunning views. Find out more about activities on Arran...

Eating Out & Shopping

There are numerous restaurants and cafes all around the island and whether you are looking for a romantic meal for two or a pub lunch for six there will be somewhere to cater for your needs! Similarly you will find the opportunity to shop all across the island. Find out more about shops and eateries...


Arran boast all of Scotland's Big 5 - the red squirrel, the red deer, the harbour seal, the otter and the golden eagle - as well as a host of other beautiful and rare plants and animals. Find out more about Arran's wildlife..
Otter picture by Lucy Wallace.

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