Accommodation > Indoor Facilities

Delph Bothy

 

Accommodating ten in bunk beds, the bothy offers a warm dry place to sleep. A curtain is fitted to allow segregation within the building. Adjacent to the bothy is a kitchen building which contains a fridge, counter, storage space and an urn. There is also an area set up for stoves (stoves and gas are not provided). The bothy has a covered veranda and picnic table.

Cub Bothy

Accommodating ten in bunk beds, the bothy offers a warm dry place to sleep. A curtain is fitted to allow segregation within the building. Adjacent to the bothy is a kitchen building which contains a fridge, counter, storage space and an urn. There is also an area set up for stoves (stoves and gas are not provided). The bothy has a covered veranda and picnic table.

Sycamore Lodge

Although not strictly indoor accommodation, Sycamore Lodge offers a semi-sheltered area for sleeping up to about 12 people. Rebuilt in 2019 Sycamore Lodge is a timber structure upon which tarpaulins are hung to provide shelter in a horseshoe shape. At the centre of the horseshoe is a fire pit which radiates heat into the shelter keeping occupants warm.

Also included in the area is a pizza oven and altar fire.

Activity Barn

The Activity Barn includes a large kitchen with large LPG range, fridge, freezer, sinks, counters and storage space. Pots, pans, utensils, crockery and cutlery is also available if required. There is also a large room suitable for dining and other activities. Significant improvements are planned for the kitchen this winter.

Wee House

The Wee House is situated on Ladies Field. It is due to be rebuilt but will be a wooden building and contains a small kitchen space. It will have running water and an electric supply. It will be suitable either as a kitchen when using the Ladies Field or as a base for activity days.

Training Hut

The Old Training Hut is a long open sided building with a small kitchen area to one end. The kitchen contains worktops and storage. The larger room is suitable for dining and is often used by groups as an activity base.