The word "Bothy" means a small out building used to accommodate land workers, or a small dwelling adjacent to a large estate used to house its workers. The Bothy has retained its original timber framed black and white facia. There are 10 en-suite rooms, each retaining their original character, with oak framed trusses with brick and oak beams. These rooms have flat screen TVs, Tea & Coffee making facilities and hairdryers. The 2 twin rooms have a bath and shower en-suite, while the remaining double rooms have a shower only.