plural noun: bothies
(in Scotland) a small hut or cottage, especially one for housing farm labourers or for use as a mountain refuge.
Origin – late 18th century: obscurely related to Irish and Scottish Gaelic both, bothan, and perhaps to booth.
Beautifully situated in an unspoilt area of a Scottish Highland Estate are the Cairngorm Bothies. Each bothy provides comfortable accommodation for up to four people in the Cairngorm National Park.
Carefully constructed from eco-friendly and sustainable materials, each bothy fits snugly into it’s surroundings, minimising it’s impact on the forestscape. Each with it’s own unique and idyllic setting, you’ll find the bothy that’s perfect for you. Each bothy is interiorly themed to follow rural employment type provide a distinctive personality.
Whether you’re looking for a romantic couples retreat, an adventure into the Highlands, or you’re longing for an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life, a stay in a Cairngorm Bothy will leave you feeling revitalized.