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Had a four night break at the old steading, dalnoid cottages, glenshee. Our second visit, last time we were in the new steading. Fabulous relaxing time. Excellent, comfortsbke cottages which are very well equipped for the stay. Spent a lot of time in the hot...More
I booked the treehouse for 4nts to end my honeymoon in Scotland and it did not disappoint.
I wanted something quirky, relaxing and a little indulgent to finish the honeymoon and the treehouse met those criteria.
When you arrive and drive down the driveway and...More
Just back from a long weekend staying in the treehouse.
All that is written about it in other reviews is correct, it is just heavenly.
Unfortunately we both had colds so didn’t enjoy the hot tub as much as we would have done otherwise.
Response from Dalnoid, Owner at Dalnoid Holiday CottagesResponded 10 October 2017
Glad you had a great time at the Treehouse!
Hope you get over your colds soon.
We'll check out the chairs as it's the first time it's been mentioned and look to get them replaced if need be.
Best wishes Philip & Sue
My partner and I stayed in The Glenshee Treehouse for 2 nights and the only negative is that we did not stay longer.
We absolutely love quirky accommodation generally and have stayed in many from lighthouses to roulottes, but the Treehouse was the best accommodation...More
Family of 4 staying in the Smiddy Cottage. We arrived to find homemade scones, milk, bottle of water and ice provided which was very thoughtful. There was also bathrobes and towels for the hot tub which was great and a small selection of nice toiletries....More
There are no pubs within a short walk of the cottages, but the hotel at Bridge of Cally and Strathardle Inn in Kirkmichael both allow dogs in the bar and also serve food in their bars and restaurants - they also both have... More
There are no pubs within a short walk of the cottages, but the hotel at Bridge of Cally and Strathardle Inn in Kirkmichael both allow dogs in the bar and also serve food in their bars and restaurants - they also both have beer gardens if the weather is kind!
Hope that helps