Accommodation Balbinny is home to two distinct styles of house. Grass roofed Brochs nestle into the landscape and the larger Steadings make full use of the outdoor space with glass fronted heated balconies
A development of luxury self-catering accommodation, set on a family farm, allowing guests to make full use of the countryside. Built with corrugated roofs and recycled stone from the previous steadings, luxury is combined with a sense of history. Balbinny benefits from 180-degree views across the river South Esk towards the Angus Glens, and onto the Cairngorms while renewable energy is utilised to provide sustainable bespoke accommodation and leisure facilities within the idyllic countryside.
The ground floor of each Steading consists of two en suite bedrooms, both opening onto private garden areas. The master bedrooms feature king sized beds, flat screen televisions and bi-folding glass doors, while the second bedrooms are supplemented with a dressing room and can accommodate either extra-king or twins beds. Moving up the Oak and glass, feature, staircase the main living area is found. A modern, granite work topped, kitchen straddles a large open planned living area with stylish sofas and a flat screen television. Music is provided wirelessly through ceiling speakers and the wonderful view can be enjoyed on the glass fronted heated balconyPool and Spa
Open daily from 8 am to 9 pm and exclusively for the use of guests the 11.5 meter, indoor pool and jacuzzi is at the heart of the leisure facilities, commanding beautiful views over the local farmland and beyond. In addition there is also a wide range of beauty and therapeutic treatments available, on request, in the treatment room.
A range of cardiovascular equipment, such as treadmill, cross trainer and spin bikes are available for use within the fitness suite. Bi-fold doors open out onto the decking, maximising the views. As with the rest of the building, the suite benefits from zoned wireless music and is serviced, along with the pool, with changing rooms and an independent disabled or family changing area.
Guests can make use of the extensive network of fenced footpaths, leading past the famous Aberlemno Pictish Stones and along the banks of the Lemno burn. Outdoor activities are catered for with the tennis court (available April 2015) and a multi games sports pitch. The tennis court, in the walled garden, is accessed through the Doocot and the multi games sports pitch is situated behind the Barns.
|Steadings||£1,000 Per unit per week|
Note: Prices are a guide only and may change on a daily basis.