We have designed each bothy to encourage the outside in where guests take a deep breath and slow down into bothy life. Each bothy has their own playful character and authentic nod to its agricultural history, sited independently of each other in their own spot on our farm. All are filled with vintage treasures and endless little touches for a truly memorable stay. Be our guests at Boutique Farm Bothies - slow down relax feel closer to nature and rejuvenate!
Boutique Farm Bothies – Stay – Slow Down – Relax – Feel Closer to Nature – Rejuvenate!
On our farm we grow malting barley for Glenlivet whisky, we have a breeding flock of sheep and we grow the very finest and tastiest strawberries! During lambing season from the middle of April to the middle of May each year guests can visit the lambing shed to meet the new born lambs. During strawberry season guests are treated to a punnet of strawberries and delicious home made jam on arrival at their bothy.
Our bothies are all individuals designed and built with love and passion by a family of farmers where ideas have no restrictions! These boutique boltholes are set on farmland in glorious Aberdeenshire in Scotland and are more glamour and luxury than glamping pods or camping.
Barley Bothy is our first wrinkly tin Scottish cabin surrounded by beautiful rural countryside. Made mostly from upcycled and repurposed materials the wooden interior was once a chicken shed! Experience bothy life by breathing in the views and settling down to a board game while you wait for the kettle to boil on the log burner. Starry skies to be admired from the hot tub and star gazing windows. Toast marshmallows over the fire and experience making your own pizza and cooking in the great outdoors. The box beds are such fun for grown ups and children a like!
The Sheep Shed is in its own little copse of trees with twinkly lights above the hot tub and uninterrupted views from the glass gable end. Our signature wrinkly tin with cosy wooden interior wood burning range for heating, cooking and hot water. The Sheep Shed is solar powered so guests keep the fire stoked to provide all the hot water. From pizzas on the deck to cups of tea in bed on the mezzanine this is one very special place for the romantics looking to get right back to basics.
The Dairy at Denend takes guests to a whole new level of fun and luxury. The iconic wrinkly tin shape is based on a mobile milking parlour called a Hosier Milking Bail! The luxurious king size bed faces the magnificent arch gable end window for guests to immerse themselves in the spectacular views! A wrap around deck with veranda for outdoor cooking on the Vulcanus God of Flames wood fired grill or soaking in the bespoke milk tank style hot tub under the stars! Denend Dairy is so spacious with a second bedroom with bunks for the family or simply an indulgent dressing room for couples. There is a ladder to the bedrooms or outside stair case, take your pick, there is Ally Up basket for hoisting up a flask and mugs for the morning cuppa. Vintage treasures include a 1950’s larder cupboard re purposed into a cocktail cabinet and reproduction Dansette record player with Bluetooth connection. Possibly our best bothy yet? You decide…..!
Well behaved doggies welcome! Long walks in glorious Aberdeenshire await be it seaside or mountain or simply around our farm. Each doggie stay includes a sleep over essentials kit with bowls, towel, blanket and gravy bones! Dogs are charged at £15 per doggie per stay.
Jane will happily arrange a hamper of local produce from the splendid larder of Aberdeenshire for guests to enjoy during their stay, she also makes home made bread and pizza dough!
Availability and pricing https://boutiquefarmbothies.co.uk/bothy-availability-aberdeenshire/
A very playful gift that pops up out of its card wallet to become an Bothy money box – whats not to love! All gift vouchers can be redeemed against any of the three bothies subject to availability. This very special gift voucher was designed and lovingly created by local artist Saskia Robertson AKA @EdinburghLetters who actually grew up here in Drumblade.