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My favourite wine merchant 🍾🙏NEW BEERS!
We've got some tasty new cans & bottles on our shelves today! Open until 6pm for browsing 🍻
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Thanks to our generous guests, we have made a donation of £40 to Guide Dogs - UK
Each of our 4 holiday cottages now have a donations box. We will hopefully be able to add to this as the year progresses. They really do change lives, so if you can, please donate what you can.Thank you everyone 🐾
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🎉Welcome to Auchteralyth Steadings 🎉
Who doesn't arrive peckish from a journey?!
As part of our warm welcome, we have treats on arrival from local businesses who are smashing it with their produce Come in, set your bags down, take the weight off and indulge in some of our finest local produce.
Including an Afternoon tea by Feed Me Full We also have delicious Farmhouse Fudge and indulgent Artisana - Exquisitely Decadent Brownies
Now all you have to think about is how you'll spend your days, whilst relaxing in our beautiful location.
😮If you'd like to get away from it all, and even bring your dog, we'd love to welcome you. Head to our website at www.auchteralythsteadings.com/ for availability. We hope to share our welcome with you soon. 🐾💞
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A fantastic locally made treat. We know our guests will love these on arrival. Not long now....🏡🏠 Holiday House Welcome Pack Fudge 🏠🏡

Do you have a holiday home that you can open up to guests at the end of the month?

Looking for some Scottish Home Made Luxury Fudge to treat your guests to on their arrival?

Why not get in touch with us to see how to get a regular supply of fudge sent to you to for your guests.

🏡😋🛏🛋🍫
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*Now taking 2021 Bookings*
We've simplified our Ts&C's to ensure you can book with confidence.
Sample dates and rates;
For June 2021 a 3 night stay in
💛Doll: £317
🧡Clova: £509
💚Isla: £587
💜Prosen: £484
Arrivals are 4pm and departure is 10am.
🐕We welcome max 4 dogs per cottage but will consider more if guests call us so that we can advise which cottage would be best and when best to book.
Due to the uncertainty of Covid regulations we are not currently taking deposits, and the rent is only due one week before arrival. Full refunds will be offered up to the day of arrival, if the cancellation is due to Covid 19 restrictions or Covid illness. We can also be flexible and change a booking if guests need to attend vaccinations appointments.
"Life is hard for everyone, we aim to make it simple & dog friendly for our guests. Anne"

➕ In your cottage you will find a special welcome like no other. Afternoon tea, freshly prepared, artisan brownies by Artisana - Exquisitely Decadent Brownies and our new delicious Farmhouse Fudge as it well as individual hand gel & novelty face masks. Plus organic dog shampoo, towels, bowls, even an emergency first aid kit, prepared by our vets.
This truly is an opportunity not to be missed. Set in the Vale of Strathmore with stunning views. Ideally located within an easy drive of 3 small towns and the beautiful Angus Glens.

📅Check availability and secure your dates asap on our website.
www.auchteralythsteadings.com
Thank you.
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Visit Scotland Quality Award – Five Stars Again for The Steadings

I travel with my dogs frequently so I have a very good idea of what sometimes awaits us when we take our dogs on holiday. As owner of The Steadings, I try to make sure that having dogs doesn’t mean guests have to accept inferior accommodation!  
Each year an eagle eyed quality assurance inspector from Visit Scotland visits to check on what you can expect to find at The Steadings. The criteria are incredibly strict and we’re very pleased to have been awarded five stars again for the coming year.  If you’d like to read the detailed ratings, just click on the five star logo below.
As we were also among the six finalists of the Paws for a Break Award last year,  even our dog  guests must want to give us five stars!!

Next year, we’re aiming for six!!!

Anne

Visit from RBG team

We had an unexpected but lovely visit from the Royal Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh team. We have a rare plant growing in our area and they came along to study ways of rescuing the species. A fascinating article has been written about it.