Corrie Cottage

Corrie Cottage is part of the former steading and enjoys stunning views to the south east across the Braes of Glenlivet towards the Ladder Hills.

The self catering accommodation comprises:

  • Lounge / Diner
  • Modern kitchen
  • One double bedroom
  • One twin bedroom
  • Bathroom with shower
  • Patio and garden
  • Parking for two cars

Visitors are welcome to bring one or two well-behaved dogs by prior arrangement per cottage holiday. Dogs should be kept under strict control for the comfort of other guests. Our holiday cottages are in the midst of open farmland and sheep and cattle graze the adjoining pasture. There are a number of way-marked tracks nearby which are good for dog walking.

Living Area:

  • Digital television
  • DVD/CD player
  • Free WiFi


  • Duvets, linen and towels included

Fully equipped kitchen with:

  • Dishwasher
  • Built in oven and hob
  • Microwave
  • Larder Fridge

Utility room with:

  • Telephone
  • Freezer
  • Washing machine
  • Tumble drier

Cot, highchair and an extra bed are also available on request at no extra charge.

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Corrie Cottage Corrie Cottage is in the converted Steading Cosy Lounge Area Facilities include digital television, WiFi and DVD player. Dining Area Southerly facing window with views of the Braes of Glenlivet. Fully equipped Kitchen Facilities include built in electric hob and oven, microwave, refrigerator and dishwasher. Double Bedroom Duvet and bedlinen are included in the rental. Twin Bedroom Duvets and bedlinen are included in the rental. The view from the patio Looking across the Braes of Glenlivet towards the Ladder Hills. Bathroom Bathroom.

A Steading in the Glenlivet Hills

Corrie Cottage is at the western end of the steading. Built in the early 19th century it is constructed of local stone under a roof of Cnoc Fergan slates from the Avon valley. It would have originally provided shelter for livestock during the worst of the winter weather.

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