- Sleeps 6
- 3 Bedrooms
- 4 Beds
- 2 Bathrooms
It has a large kitchen, a dining room, a good-sized sitting room and a large outbuilding that we’ve converted in an artist’s/writer’s studio/hang out space complete with a wood burner. There is a private wood-fired sauna, complete with a cold shower for the full experience. There is also a private wood-fired hot tub.
Cuttieshillock is 4 miles from the main hub of Glen Dye and sits on the edge of the Glen Dye forest with amazing views and endless walks on your doorstep. And, when we say Cuttieshillock is ancient, we mean it. For centuries it was an inn, and troops rested there before battle in the Jacobite Rebellion (nearly 300 years ago).
As a guest at Cuttieshillock you also have full access to The Glen Dye Arms, a BYOB pub complete with roaring log fire and record player.
We have seasonal vegetables from our very own garden and fresh eggs from the Glen Dye hens. You can find everything you’ll need during your stay at our shop, with a carefully curated collection of store cupboard staples, fresh local meat, fish, homemade ready meals and more prosaic things like firelighters and midge repellent. And of course a collection of souvenirs.
- Big Green Egg BBQ
- Dogs welcome!
- Electric Vehicle Charging
- Fully Equipped Kitchen
- New Central Heating
- Open Fire
- Outdoor Cooking Area
- Record Player + Records
- Towels & Bed Linen
- Unlimited Firewood
- Washing/Drying Facilities
- Wood-fired Sauna
In the northern most area of Glen Dye, there you will find Cuttieshillock, surrounded by the beautiful woodlands
THEY LOVED IT AND SO WILL YOU
A detached house with a traditional cottage look fashioning two front doors and voted amongst the “top 25 in the UK” – The Times.
Pictures can only be as beautiful and as exciting as their surroundings. Check out some of our snaps of the cabins and cottages you could be staying in here at Glen Dye,
– Lonely Planet
“The cabins bring travellers into the great outdoors – but not without a luxury or two. Guests can stargaze from personal wood-fired Swedish hot tubs or even just go swimming in the River Dye.”
– Homes & Interiors
“Glen Dye is relaxed about walkers, cyclists and runners, and positively encourages foraging, embracing Scotland’s right-to-roam rules.
Taking on the terrain is welcomed, whether that’s climbing mountains or a gentle stroll to fire up the hot tub.”