Tucked away in the luscious countryside between North Berwick and Dundar in East Lothian, on a huge expanse of farming land with views to die for, sits Harvest Moon Holidays.
The long drive up the rocky, dusty track guaranteed one thing - this is a place to get away from it all. The wide open fields gave way to a tree lined trail though the forest and as we emerged we were rewarded with vast views of the Firth of Forth and out to the North Sea in all its dark and moody glory.
We were met by Craig, who took us to our rather quirky and unique accommodation for the night, the wooden treehouses, which are perched up the hill, overlooking the fields, forest and sand dunes.
Now open for the winter, thanks to the instillation of electric heaters and plug sockets these treehouses take glamping to the next level. A circular living room with wood burning stove, big "Belfast" sink, and comfortable seating lining half of the space, this is a really good looking place to spend the evening. With a high spec bathroom with hot shower and two double bedrooms with heaters and storage, a fridge, outside dining space, a love seat, hammock and swings this "glamping" malarkey was going to be easy.