The Bothy

sleeps 4 4
2 bedrooms 2
1 bathrooms 1
1 dogs allowed 1
 adults only
4 star4 star4 star4 star


Newtonhill 1.8 miles. The Bothy is a detached, stone property sitting on an elevated position, overlooking beautiful farmland, a stunning coast and the neighbouring village of Newtonhill. Located next to the main house, The Steading, this property is a lovely spot to call home while exploring the northeast of Scotland with friends and family. After a day of rambling, get comfortable within the open-plan living space, housing a welcoming sofa for three, an armchair and a TV for entertainment, plus a dining table for mealtimes. Order in a local takeaway or take advantage of the kitchen appliances, including an electric oven and hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher and even a washing machine, so you can put your muddy clothes on a quick spin. Completing the ground floor is the family bathroom with bath and shower over, so you can enjoy lazy soaks and refreshing rinses as you please. Heading upstairs you will find two bedrooms, including the master with French doors leading out to a private balcony with outstanding views, while there is also a twin which is perfect for children. The Bothy's private outdoor space is a tranquil spot to dine alfresco at the outdoor seating, admire the views of The Steading's attractive ponds with Koi Carp, or venture out into the local hamlet to get to know your surroundings better. Cammachmore is a tranquil hamlet to escape the hustle and bustle, with the popular Cammies Seafood restaurant serving local cuisine. Your nearest amenities can be found a short journey away in Newtonhill, home to a supermarket, café, convenience store and pharmacy, as well as two welcoming pubs and a rocky bay to explore caves, rock pools and admire the surrounding fisherman huts. Be sure to visit Stonehaven during your stay at The Bothy; Dunnottar Castle is a fascinating, historic site with stories to uncover, stroll along the scenic harbour or take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool. The wonderful city of Aberdeen lies in the north, where a bustling harbour welcomes you for an afternoon at the Maritime Museum, a wander through one of 45 parks and gardens, or take a spooky tour of the city with Aberdeen Ghost Walks, stopping off at some of the most historical landmarks in the area and learning about their exciting past. Before returning to The Bothy, visit Banchory, the start of the Royal Deeside boasting two golf clubs, the 16th-century fairy-tale like Crathes Castle, and The Barn, an intimate space staging traditional and contemporary events. The Bothy is a lovely little property, well-placed for touring north-east Scotland. EPC Rating: Band C

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internet access tv

Accommodation layout and features:

Ground Floor, Bedroom 1:
Double bed(s)bed linen
Ground Floor, Bedroom 2:
Single bed(s)Single bed(s)bed linen
microwave dishwasher freezer laundry facilities
bath shower  towels

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Central heating parking garden

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Family friendly features:

Adults only

Dog friendly features:

dogs allowed

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Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire
Nearest city: Town, County 0 mile(s)


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The Bothy is a detached stone property situated in Cammachmore, near to Newtonhill, Scotland. Hosting two bedrooms, including a double and a twin, along with a bathroom, this property can sleep up to four people. There is also an open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area. To the outside is a garden with furniture and off-road parking for 2 cars. The Bothy is a charming retreat in a lively part of Scotland. Note: One well-behaved dog welcome.

Newtonhill is a popular commuter town in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, with a rocky bay for adventurous travellers to explore. Newtonhill is home to a thriving community spirit with many events throughout the year. The town offers a supermarket, caf, shop and pharmacy, perfect for self-catering holidays. Two traditional pubs welcome guests from all over, whilst Aberdeen and Stonehaven are within reach to explore more of the fantastic Scottish coast.

Two bedrooms: 1 x double with balcony, 1 x twin. Ground-floor bathroom with bath, shower over, basin and WC. Open-plan living space with kitchen, dining and sitting area

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More about luxury holidays in Aberdeenshire

Aberdeenshire is blessed with outstanding scenery, found in the north east of Scotland; Aberdeenshire boasts a spectacular coastline, the majestic Grampian Mountains and the wonderful city of Aberdeen. Aberdeen boasts one of Scotland’s most impressive skylines, home to sparkling granite buildings and the old town which has an air of magic about it. If you don’t feel like cooking there are some wonderful places to eat out in Aberdeen as well as vibrant nightlife to enjoy. The coast will keep you entertained with its picturesque fishing villages, dramatic cliffs and vast beautiful beaches. In terms of outdoor activities, Aberdeenshire is a fantastic place to get out and about whether you enjoy a relaxing stroll through the landscape or would prefer to enjoy a more exhilarating rush as you ski down the slopes at one of the many ski centres. You can also enjoy Aberdeenshire from horse back, take a fast paced cycle ride or enjoy a game of golf in spectacular surroundings. Mountain biking trails and great fishing spots can also be found. If sightseeing is more your thing then Aberdeenshire is also home to some amazing places of interest including Crathes Castle, Kildrummy Castle and the Aberdeen Maritime or Farming museum. Family fun attractions are also found in this county such as Macduff Maritime Aquarium, Balmoral Castle and Stratosphere. To enjoy your self-catering break with the whole family including the family pet, search Luxury dog-friendly accommodation.

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