“Lovely scenery all around us, miles away from the rat race,” was how one reviewer described the nearly-wild camping experience at Law Farm.
A 20-minute drive from the Forth Bridge and half an hour from Edinburgh, this working farm has views of the Pentlands, Arthur’s Seat and Binnie Craig.
The farm field is very grassy and spacious, so there's plenty of room between plots. The site has simple facilities like portaloo toilets, meaning that this is a place best-suited to self-sustaining travellers who appreciate the chance to build a campfire or cook their own dinner over a barbecue.
Further north, Macbeth’s Hillock at Forres, Moray also scored 10 out 10 for its clean facilities and beautiful location.