Harvest Hut

Rosehearty, Fraserburgh, Aberdeenshire, Scotland

Harvest Hut offers an off grid experience on rural farmland with coastal views near Fraserburgh.

Key Points

  • Off grid eco experience - there is solar-powered lighting and a compost loo, and shower nearby.
  • Stunning rural and sea views.
  • There is a double bed, and 1 single bunk for a child if required.
  • Keep cosy with a wood-burning stove.
  • Basic cooking facilities are provided.

Description

***SPECIAL OFFER***

10% discount for stays of 4 nights or more.

Family run farm in rural Aberdeenshire with seaviews offers a relaxing holiday experience for those looking for peace and tranquility. 

The Harvest Hut is nestled in its own grassy field and sleeps 2/3 people in a double bed and 1 single bunk above. Once used as accommodation for farm workers, it now offers a cosy wood-burning stove and bright furnishings. Cooking facilities include a 2 burner hob, kettle and all your utensils. The hut is totally off-grid with its own unique cable reel compost loo, solar power lighting and a shower just a short stroll away.

Locally there is lots to do, why not take a visit to Slains Castle, supposedly the setting for Bram Stoker's Dracula. Alternatively follow the whisky trail and learn about how the barrels are made, before enjoying a wee dram! Or if you are a lover of scones, jam and cream then visit Teas and Seas on site and enjoy them with a cuppa on board a unique yacht!

A 2-night minimum stay and 10% for stays of 4 nights or more. Closed during winter from October- March.

Also, see Coastal Carriage and High Seas Hideaways on QuirkyAccom for additional accommodation at this location.

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Room Types

Double

Features

Bathroom

 Compost toilet

 Shower

Amenities

 Dining area

 Woodburner

Outdoor

 Dining area

Nearby (within 5 miles)

 Beach

 Country walks

 Pub / Bar

 Restaurant

 Shops

On Arrival

 Included - Linen

Kitchen

 Hob

 Kettle

 Kitchenware / Utensils

Nearest Airport/s

Aberdeen


Content updated on 6th May 2022 by Louise Catterall, Content Editor at QuirkyAccom in collaboration with Matthew and Carole from Harvest Hut