The courtyard outside The Bothy
"The Bothy is a two bedroom self catering cottage that comfortably sleeps 5. It is ideal for a family or two couples with a lovely living space with two high back chairs, chesterfield, television and log burner."
A quick overview of the Bothy cottage.
|Maximum Capacity||5||Bathrooms||1 Shower|
|Kitchen||Cooker, microwave, fridge, toaster, washing machine||Sitting Room||Log burner, TV, DVD player, comfortable leather sofa|
|Beds||2 double, 1 single||Outside||Large decking area with table, chairs and bar-B-Q|
Up the stairs lies the spacious master bedroom with double bed, bedside tables, chest of drawers, mirror, wardrobe and ample room for a cot. The bedroom has a fantastic view out over the local hills. Bed linen, high quality duvets, pillows and towels are provided.
The second bedroom is downstairs with a double bed and additional single bed for the larger parties. The bedroom has three bedside tables, a wardrobe, alarm clock, radiator and courtyard view. Just like the master bedroom, all the bed linen, duvets, pillows and towels are provided.
On the ground floor, the airy modern kitchen is roomy with plenty of storage and is big enough for a large dining table
If you are planning on preparing any special meals and you would like to double check on our inventory then please don't hesitate to call us on 01250 870611 or contact online by clicking here.
|Top quality cooking utensils|
Upstairs is the living room where you can relax in front of a warm log burning stove after a day of activities. The logburner heads the room next to the TV/DVD and the comfortable leather sofa and chairs facilitate your relaxation further. The lounge is perfect for 2 couples or a family.
|Comfortable Chesterfield Sofa||TV & DVD player|
|Logburner||High Back Chairs|
The outside decking area is reached through the back door. The decking area has a table, chairs and a BBQ which is great for both breakfast in the morning sun and the classic afternoon BBQs with the whole family.
The decking has sun until around 3pm and looks out over the Sidlaw Hills, Strathmore Valley and our stables.