The Pheasantry offers an idyllic, historic experience, sleeping four, in comfortable self-catering accommodation. Heated by a wood-burning stove, the chocolate-box cottage allows you to slow the pace, and relax in the quietude of the picturesque gardens and meadows at Mayen.
Originally built as a laundry for Mayen House, The Pheasantry is a traditional granite cottage, with a warm and calm atmosphere, in the heart of the stunning Deveron Valley.
Adjacent to the estate’s Walled Gardens, the charming, listed building has been lovingly reimagined into a very special family holiday cottage.
The Pheasantry is complete with beautiful antique furniture, woodburning stove, full kitchen, freestanding roll-top bath, especially comfortable beds decked in luxury linen and a private garden with a gas barbecue and dining furniture.
Catch a glimpse of the abundance of flora in the Walled Garden from your bedroom window, before stepping outside to explore it’s secrets.
Please note that The Pheasantry has a central heating system, powered by a woodburning stove in the living room, logs are provided. The Pheasantry is on two levels, with the bedrooms and bathroom upstairs. The Pheasantry is not pet friendly. The cottage is suitable for infants, please advise if you require a cot and high chair, there is a stair gate.
Stroll through the 700 acres of woodland and meadows, stopping for a picnic or afternoon tea with a view across the valley.
Enjoy the river, by wild salmon fishing with a dedicated ghillie, or simply by taking a long walk along its banks, returning to the warmth of the wood-burning stove.
This idyllic scottish retreat will allow you to escape from it all, to enjoy eachother’s company in stunning surroundings.