In the Wing and Steading Cottage: Central heating and hot water are provided via a boiler and radiators in all of the rooms, allowing for individual temperature regulation in each room. Time clocks for the boiler can be set at times to suit your lifestyle, delivering heat when you want it, avoiding wasted heat when you have no need for it.
In Orlege End: The underfloor heating downstairs and hot water are provided by an oil-fired boiler in an outhouse. The boiler also supplies heat to the radiators in the bedroom and bathrooms for periods of time you can select via the timeclock. Underfloor heating delivers the bonus of a more constant temperature with less fluctuations than you get in the Wing or Steading Cottage.
In the smaller 3 cottages fuel and electricity are measured and charged as extras dependent on usage. Read more.
With Craigengar, however, the rental quoted is an all-in price. Heating and hot water come via a ground source heat pump and solar panels and these are not charged as extras.
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