- Sleeps 7
- 4 Bedrooms
- 5 Beds
- 2 Bathrooms
The house is modern but with a Victorian setting. It has a large kitchen/dining room, with a large sitting room. Number 4 steading cottage also offers two bathrooms, and can sleep seven across two king-size beds, one twin room, and one single. For larger groups, this is often booked with No 5 Steading cottage to benefit from use of the Smiddy and a larger garden area.
You will have access to a private yard which includes a brilliant Big Green Egg (possibly the best barbecue in the world) with outdoor table and chairs. If you venture fifty metres away down the woodland path you will find a private Swedish wood-fired hot tub ready for you to use.
You also have full access to The Glen Dye Arms, a BYOB pub complete with 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 carefully curated shop with store cupboard staples, local meat, fish and homemade ready meals, and more practical 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
- Wood Burning Stove
- Wood Fired Outdoor Hot Tub
No 4 Steading Cottage
Number 4 Steading Cottage is positioned amongst the cluster of cottages.
THEY LOVED IT AND SO WILL YOU
Our beautifully modern house with a victorian setting.
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– Tatler Magazine
“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.”
– Daily Mail
“The Danes gave us hygge, that buzzword for a feeling of cosy contentment. Now, the Scots have come up with ‘coorie’, the act of embracing the great outdoors, especially by wild swimming in natural waterways.”