- Sleeps 6
- 2 Bedrooms
- 5 Beds
- 1 Bathrooms
It is open to the elements on one side and includes a kitchen including Big Green Egg and Gozney Pizza Oven, as well as a sitting and eating area and a wonderful view. The Camp also has a wash house with every home comfort including underfloor heating. The sauna (which is for private use by Glen Dye guests) is nearby.
Two people can sleep in the fully restored 1958 Showman’s Caravan with a huge double bed, a lovely simple kitchen and dining area. From May – October, additional guests can sleep in our traditional safari tent on a wooden platform. Four proper single beds with proper cotton bedding. A chest of drawers, chairs, floor rugs and a deck at the front. Available for a limited period by request.
As a guest, you also have full access to The Glen Dye Arms, a BYOB pub complete with a roaring log fire and record player. You can also use our amazing wood-fired sauna.
We have seasonal vegetables from our very own garden and there are eggs from the Glen Dye hens. We have a curated shop of stapes, local meat, fish, homemade ready meals, and 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
- Record Player + Records
- Towels & Bed Linen
- Unlimited Firewood
- Washing/Drying Facilities
Located near to the Vegetable Garden and the sauna - the perfect location.
THEY LOVED IT AND SO WILL YOU
A fully restored 1958 showman’s caravan, and much more.
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,
“After dinner, we toasted the marshmallows, drank red wine and listened to Fleetwood Mac on their vinyl player. They had a great record collection and this whole experience was the ultimate Sunday night.”
– 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.”