About Us

Hillhead Farm is home to Adam Wright & Victoria Gardiner and more recently wee Alexander. The farm is livestock orientated and we currently have 90 breeding nanny’s, a small heard of pedigree Aberdeen Angus cows & 60 Breeding ewes.

We purchased Hillhead Farm in 2013 to run our goat meat business from, since then we have renovated the house, erected new livestock sheds with customised penning systems, improved the ground quality and more recently established Hillhead Hideaways.  

Our glamping pods are bespoke made by a local joiner who has made a great job of them especially when the plan for them started with Adam drawing out a frame on the shed floor with chalk and a few bits of wood!


We are so fortunate to live in such a lovely part of rural Scotland with amazing views and great visitor attractions,  we have built Hillhead Hideaways to share this experience with you.   

Our pods are named after some of the lovely hills and walks in the area, click on the links below for more information on these.

Ben Aigan

Ben Aigan is a hill in Moray rising to a height of 471m (1546 feet) to the east of the River Spey, which flows along the foot of its western and northern slopes

Meikle Balloch

Meikle Balloch is situated on the border of Moray and Aberdeenshire the summit is 462m & surrounded by the Balloch wood.

Ben Rinnes

Ben Rinnes is the highest freestanding mountain in Moray at 2733ft (841 metres), and is classified as a 'Corbett'. Located 8 km southwest of Dufftown.


 Knockan is a sprawling upland that divides upper Glen Isla from Glen Fiddich at a height of 372m.