Treat your dad to a luxury getaway with Woodlands Glencoe this Father’s Day

Book a luxury lodge, world-class golf, whisky tasting or adventurous activities this Father’s Day. The ultimate thank you for your old man!

What do you get the dad who has everything for Father’s Day? How about a trip to one of the UK’s most luxurious getaways, set against the stunning backdrop of the Scottish Highlands?

A stay in one of Woodlands Glencoe’s stunning RiverBeds or SeaBeds luxury lodges is the perfect way to say thanks to the man who has supported you through your life. Each lodge comes with luxurious Egyptian cotton sheets and a private hot tub, ensuring he’ll leave all the stresses of life and work behind and enjoy the ultimate treat.

Golf-mad dads will be able to play the Woodlands nine-hole course – formerly known as the Dragon’s Tooth – which has been named the best nine-hole course in Scotland by Bunkered and one of the top 50 in the world by Golf.com.

During his stay, your dad will also be able to take advantage of the adventurous activities available at Woodlands’ on-site activity centre – including Segway tours, laser clay shooting, archery, electric bike hire, and guided hikes.

Or, if you’re feeling super generous, organise a guided whisky tasting to let him sample some of Scotland’s most decadent drams!

RiverBeds are available to book from £249 per night and SeaBeds from £449 per night. Alternatively, pick up a voucher – starting at £22 – to let your dad choose his ultimate adventure. Special offers, including packages combining a day of golf for two or E-Bike hire an ice cold local beer, are also available.

For more information, visit www.woodlands.scot or follow Woodlands Glencoe on Facebook and Instagram at @woodlands.scot

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