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As promised, an update on our new lamps from Shade Studio A fantastic touch to our cottages. Each cottage is unique, so each one has a different fabric to suit. The new Harris Tweed is a great addition to our Glen Prosen cottage, it's added a lovely cosy warmth to the bedroom. Highly recommended! ...

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We absolutely love these new lamps with custom shades. Made by the excellent m.facebook.com/Sh4desstudio/ The print is perfect for our dog friendly holiday cottages. The Harris Gin bases are very funky. We love them so much that we've ordered more, with a Highland cow print. Photos to follow soon. ...

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Auchteralyth Steadings
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Book with confidence - a temporary change to our policy www.auchteralythsteadings.com Thank you ...

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Vet beds are now available in all 4 of our holiday cottages. The perfect way for your dog to snooze after enjoying all the lovely walks and things to explore close by. Elsa, our very own dog (Ridgeback) also insisted she have one too, for her own house ūüźĺūüíě Pictured having a sofa snooze is the delightful Honey, a beautiful beagle. ...

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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!!!


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.