The Sheep Are On Fire! T-Shirt

By Jason Miles
on January 07, 2014

Hope you all had a great Christmas and New Year! It's Great to be back!...............Here is our latest T-Shirt Creation........The Sheep The Sheep The Sheep Are On Fire!


By Jason Miles
on December 01, 2013


We are OPEN on SUNDAY’S during DECEMBER 10am to 4pm
Christmas Eve 9am to 3pm Closed 25th, 26th, 27th
Open 28th, 29th, 30th to 5pm (Sun 4pm) & Hogmanay 9am to 3pm
Closed from 1st Jan and open again 6th Jan
Hope to see you over the festive period, and here's wishing you all a very merry Christmas
& a wonderful New Year, fom all at Scotland's Bothy


By Jason Miles
on November 16, 2013


on the lead up to Christmas during December we will be open Sundays from 10am to 4pm, being a busy hectic time of year hopefully this will make things a wee bit easier for all those wishing to visit us during  their Christmas Shopping here in Aberdeen. We will have plenty going on, lots of exciting new products & tastey nibbles & refreshments out for you, so come along and join in the festive fun here at Scotland's Bothy.

Aberdeen Gifts

By Jason Miles
on October 29, 2013

Check out our new Aberdeen Gifts section on our website for Aberdeen specific gifts, we will be introducing some new & exciting products on the run up to Christmas.  Here is a sneak preview of our latest creation, if you love the Dons & Butteries then you will love this....... the "Gothenburg Greats" Buttery Board.  It is a slate placemat measuring 300x200mm c/w non slip rubber feet. The slate is engraved with the Gothenburg Greats winning team at the European Cup Winners' Cup final in 1983. Just the ticket to rest your morning cup of tea and plate full of butteries on in the morning!   A great unique gift at an affordable price..........only £18.99



By Jason Miles
on October 24, 2013


Personalised PhotoSlate

WAS £69.99.......NOW £49.99 (£69.99 mounted onto backing board)

Offer ends 24th December 2013

Have your own personal photo engraved onto a lovely piece of Celtic Slate which we make into a plaque that you can display on your wall,you can have the slate on it's own with a hanger to rear or can be set on a Rustic Scots Pine Wood backing board which is available in Honey or Natural finish,  see the example below, this was a job carried out for one of our customers for a Wedding Anniversary gift. 

What Is A Bothy?

By Jason Miles
on May 29, 2013

A "Bothy" is a mountain shelter usually consisting of a floor, four walls, a roof, a window and a door and intended for use by Mountain Climbers, Hill Walkers & Various Outdoor Enthusiasts, and are found in the highlands and islands of Scotland.  Usually bothies are in quite remote places and left unlocked as they are open to anyone to use as shelter whilst out in the mountains.  It is very important when in the mountains not to look at the Bothy as your saviour but a place for shelter when the weather turns nasty or for a brief stay for some rest before moving onto your intended destination.  Usually a bothy will have a guest book, a long tradition in Scottish Bothies where you can log your stay and comments. Usually when staying in a bothy, you will find the resident "Bothy Mouse", although you might not see him, i can guarantee that you will hear him during the night, and if you have left any food out he will be more than happy to devour whatever you have left out so remember to safely pack away your supplies, maybe just leaving a wee bit for the wee moosie to eat.  It has been reported that somewhere in the Cairngorms at one bothy in particular that the "Bothy Mouse" has grown so big, about the size of an over fed Chihuahua dog,  that climbers are scared to use the bothy now for shelter. The mouse at the "Corrour Bothy"  located below Coire Odhar between The Devil's Point and Cairn Toul on the western side of the River Dee in the Lairig Ghru. is said to have developed a taste for Scottish Brie Cheese, Oatcakes and Laphroaig Single Malt Whisky, obviously the wee critter has good taste in Single Malts!
So why is "Scotland's Bothy" called" Scotland's Bothy"?, you may ask. Well that's simple, purely because of my love for being in the Scottish Mountains and Bothies, I can't think of anywhere else in the world I would rather be.
You can find out more about bothies here:

Unique Hand Crafted Scottish Gifts

By Jason Miles
on May 06, 2013


Hi Folks!

Here at Scotland's Bothy we make all kinds of unique and unusual gifts. Shown here is a nice example of  some of the more unusual things we make. This wall plaque is a locally sourced piece of Scottish Elm Wood which has been hand crafted to shape following the natural grain of the wood to achieve the shape. It has then been laser engraved with the profile of one of the most well known hills here in the North East of Scotland "Bennachie" or "Beinn na Ciche" in Scots Gaelic. Once the wood has been shaped, smoothed and engraved, it is then given a nice protective lacquer which also brings out the beautiful natural grain of the wood. This particular plaque measures approx 18"x8.5" and can be hung on a wall with the steel eyelets attched to rear of plaque.

SHOP OPEN Mon 6th 12-5pm

By Jason Miles
on May 05, 2013

It's holiday weekend in Sunny Aberdeen, and it has been warm and sunny believe me! It's been a fantastic day and looks like same again tomorrow according to Sean Batty local weatherman. We will be open tomorrow (Mon 6th) from 12-5pm and back to normal hours from Tuesday. Enjoy the rest of your holiday folks!

Your Newborn Baby Photos engraved onto slate!

By Jason Miles
on April 25, 2013

Hey may already know that we can engrave your photographs onto slate for a unique keepsake or gift, how about your Newborn Baby Photos, our Photoslates make an excellent way to display photos of your Newborns, in fact we can engrave almost any photo onto slate. You can order online to our basic template, or if you fancy something a bit different like the photo shown here then simply call us on 01224 658077 to discuss or get in touch by email at

Shop Open Today 10am - 5pm

By Jason Miles
on April 22, 2013

 Good morning! It's a local holiday today (22/4/13) in Aberdeen, but we are open today from 10am until 5pm

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