Glen Dye Cabins and Cottages are remote but easily accessible; that’s a big part of their beauty.

Aberdeen with easy train and plane connections; 40 minutes.

Edinburgh with easy train and plane connections; 1 hr 40 minutes.

Dundee; 45 minutes.

AB31 6LT.




Stonehaven or Aberdeen stations are the closest, and we can arrange to collect you from either.


Aberdeen Airport is 40 minutes away, you can either hire a car from there or we can arrange to collect you. Edinburgh Airport is around 1 hour 40 minutes away and care hire is available there.


From the south, follow the A90 from Dundee towards Aberdeen and exit at Edzell heading to Fettercairn. Once you reach Fettercain follow the B974 over the Cairn O’Mount towards Banchory. Enjoy the stunning scenery as you reach the top of the Cairn, and as you head back down the other side you will find us at the Bridge of Dye just after the snow gates at the bottom of the hill.

From the north, drive into Banchory and head south at the lights towards Strachan, on reaching Strachan turn left at the signpost to Fettercairn (B974) and follow the road for about 10 minutes, you will find us at the Bridge of Dye just before the snow gates.

What to do locally

Glen Dye is an outdoors paradise. There are miles and miles of tracks on your doorstep for walking, cycling and running. These run through one of Britain’s finest private forests or across miles and miles of moorland wilderness.

The River Dye is also on your doorstep. Here you can fish for trout or simply paddle or swim. The river is an excellent place for canoeists when in spate (after rain).

Banchory, Aboyne, Stonehaven, Dunnottar Castle, Balmoral, Braemar and Ballater are all within easy reach as are -literally- hundreds of amazing places to walk, cycle, climb and yomp. The Highlands are a civilised place with its ‘access to all’ policy enshrined in law, so if you love remote outdoor activities then this is the place for you.