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The growth in visitors from North America is said to have also been fuelled by the added capacity from Delta and Norwegian Air which began additional flights between May and June.
He said: “Such major growth from our international markets can be attributed to increased, targeted marketing activity in key North American and European countries, favourable exchange rates, increased capacity on flights and the Outlander effect which has taken the country by storm since the release of the popular TV series.
Shower, toilet and kitchen facilities are available at the Wash Howf, along with a small honesty shop, with additional wood and charcoal for your barbecue and fire pit.
The Tree Howf and Wee Howf have their own dedicated facilities.
The Office of National Statistics figures showed the number of international visitors jumped by 11 per cent in the year up to June 2017, with a 19 per cent rise in spending to more than £2bn.
Next to the Wee Howf is the Wee Wee Howf, with shower, eco loo and kitchen area.Set in the eight acres of grounds and gardens at Craighead Farm, the three glamping Howfs (each sleeping two people) are genuinely unique. Beautifully crafted around an ancient ash tree, its high perch offers incredible 360 degree views of the countryside.Inside you'll find a hand made king size bed, with huge star gazing window above.Set at the very top of the country garden alongside a duck pond, the cabin is beautifully furnished with its own electricity and wood burning stove.
Cromlix House, newly renovated by Wimbledon champion Andy Murray, is a treat for lunch or dinner (overseen by the Roux brothers).In all, more than 707,000 American tourists visited Scotland in the past year, spending £738m - a 48 per cent jump compared to £495 million the previous year.