Eastside Steading Cottage
Country living and hill walking only 10 minutes from Edinburgh. Exchange the rat race for the peace and tranquillity of a hilltop hideaway! Originally a hay-shed, today the bedding is a lot more comfortable! A light, spacious kitchen makes self-catering a joy. Watch the hills & sheep from the window or curl up in the cosy sitting area by a wood-burning stove.
- Two bedrooms, a double and a twin room, make this just right for up to 4 people.
- A light and spacious open plan kitchen opens into the cosiest of sitting areas complete with a wood-burning stove to curl up by.
- A spiral staircase entices you upstairs to bed where warm duvets await and you can admire the spectacular scenery all around you.
- Everything you could need is right here; the cottage overlooks the farmyard, it is very well equipped and during the summer months you can enjoy the idyllic and private cottage country garden that even has a BBQ.
- Make the most of the spectacular hillside location. Take to the hills on the one of the many scenic walks on the farm and beyond, observe farming life in action or watch the wildlife - peragrines, ravens, badgers and hares!
- Visit Edinburgh attractions, shopping & eateries, a 10 minute drive
- Rosslyn Chapel nearby
- Visit the Outlander locations of Glencourse Kirk, Hopetoun House, Lithlithgow Palace, Culross, Falkland & Doune Castle from a base at Eastside.
- Visit the new gin distillery at the Secret Herb Garden
Availability and booking:
Please contact us for availability and booking on 01968 677 842 or email us on firstname.lastname@example.org
We have another two cottages to choose from, The Byre and The Stable, see the links below. For bigger parties and weddings we can rent all three cottages for a village atmosphere.
For more information on the Cottage & the Farm see our website with what's on guide and webcam! For bookings, availability and enquiries please contact us via our website www.eastsidecottages.co.uk.
“Simply Fantastic! Just as we hoped but never dared to think that holidays can be.” Marcus and Carolin Albrecht