Five-star hotel in Perthshire, Gleneagles is looking to grow into the glamping market with the development of a nearby farm into a new resort.
The 232-bedroom hotel has gained outline planning permission to transform Easterton Farm into a new major glamping and leisure site, complete with tents, apartments, a spa and two restaurants.
The next steps will be working with local authorities to see the project through to fruition.
The plans include 56 permanent safari-style tents, with toilets, electricity and stoves.
Cabins, studio apartments, a spa, two restaurants, shops and a pub would also feature.
A spokesperson for Gleneagles Hotel told STV News: “We’re delighted that outline planning consent has been granted for our proposed Easterton Farm development.
“The next steps will involve working closely with local authorities and professional bodies to carefully consider a range of concepts in order to ensure we pursue the optimal development of the site.”