If you want to get out into the wild this year, a new collection of cabins deep in the Scottish forest might be the place to go.
Glen Dye Cabins and Cottages has opened up in a historic woodland in Kincardineshire, Scotland on the north-eastern coast of the country. For travellers looking for a different type of accommodation, guests can stay in two wilderness cabins, which include a fully renovated 1840s sawmill and a remodelled 1950s Airstream Safari caravan. There are also a number of converted cottages and even a redesigned Victorian summer house to stay in at the site.
The cabins will bring travellers into the great outdoors – but not without a luxury or two. Guests can stargaze from personal wood-fired Swedish hot tubs or even just go swimming in the River Dye.
If you want your trip to include more than just the great outdoors, Glen Dye is just an hour from the Dundee, home to the new V&A design museum. The museum, which opened in September 2018, put the Scottish city on the map for culture seekers and earned it a place on Lonely Planet’s list of the best destinations in Europe to visit in 2018.
If you’re interested in booking a stay, the cottages can be rented through Sykes Cottages.
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