We have 3 luxury self catering cottages and the newly built Glenshee Treehouse all with HOT TUBS, situated in the spectacular mountain scenery of Glenshee, on the border of the Cairngorms National Park which provide the perfect base for exploring Scotland.
The Glenshee Treehouse caters for 2 adults providing the perfect romantic getaway for 2 people. The Treehouse has been built to the highest standard with many luxury fittings and includes superking size bed, freestanding bath with waterfall tap, rainfall shower, luxury kitchen, designer woodburner, contemporary furniture and glass doors opening onto a wrap around deck from which you step down to the hot tub.
Each holiday cottages caters for 4 people. We have equipped them to a 4 star standard for self-catering accommodation and, offer a comfortable and very relaxing holiday in spacious accommodation. Based on our own experiences of the best self-catering holidays, our cottages have been refurbished by us to the highest standard, to ensure you will have a holiday to remember, that's why so many of our guests return.
Each self catering cottage has an open-plan kitchen, lounge, dining area, fully equipped kitchen, log burning stove, Sky freeview TV, DVD, CD player and free wifi access. All 3 Cottages have their own hot tubs.
Outside of each cottage there are fenced gardens with outdoor dining sets and barbecues, as well as plenty of parking.
Within 1 hour's drive we have Royal Deeside, Pitlochry and Highland Perthshire, Cairngorms National Park, Glamis Castle and The Angus Glens, Scone Palace and Perth and of course our nearby market town of Blairgowrie.
The Treehouse and each of our holiday cottages has stunning views across mountains, rivers and forests, taking in the scenery of Glenshee, River Blackwater and Mount Blair.
Pets are welcome in the holiday cottages.
Open all year round, including Christmas and New Year
All Cottages have hot tubs, Woodburning Stoves and Free Wifi. Stunning Mountain views.
Glenshee Treehouse is a stunning architect designed octagonal property built on a raised platform amidst centuries old Scots Pine trees.