Bookings are now open for Glen Dye, a bespoke cabin and cottage offering in a North-East of Scotland estate of the same name.

The location is on the banks of the River Dye in Kincardineshire in one of Britain’s finest private forests and the resort was in the top 25 in The Times last year.

There you can cook on an open fire, plunge into a cold river for a spot of wild swimming, cycle, climb, run, ramble or paddle.

The collection of lodgings have been carefully designed down to the most minute details by the on-site team.

Options include a fully renovated 1840s sawmill and a remodelled 1950s Airstream Safari caravan.

There are also a number of converted cottages and even a redesigned Victorian summer house to unwind in.

From the door handle you grip as you enter to the Swedish outdoor wood-fired hot tub via the Big Green Egg barbecue all the way to the refurbished 1955 Airstream Safari caravan, you will notice the care, time, attention which has been utilised to create the experience.