- Sleeps 4
- 2 Bedrooms
- 2 Beds
- 1 Bathrooms
This iconic caravan has been snuggly fitted with a super king bed for prime comfort. Close by to the caravan you will find our Keeper’s Hut which also has a king size bed.
The Seed Store is home to a refurbished kitchen, dining and sitting room in a building originally created in the late 1800s for the estate foresters. The Saw Mill also has a wood-fired hot tub, an outdoor shower and possibly the finest barbecue in the world, a Big Green Egg.
As a guest at The Sawmill 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. There are eggs from the Glen Dye hens and you will find these in the shop in the office, where you can find store cupboard staples, fresh local meat, frozen local fish and homemade ready meals, and more prosaic things like firelighters, poo bags and midge repellent. And of course a collection of souvenirs to remember your stay by.
- 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
The Sawmill is at the end of a path leading into a woodland area
THEY LOVED IT AND SO WILL YOU
The perfect mix of private outdoor space and luxurious accommodation.
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,
– 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.”
– 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.”