Holiday in beautiful Glenlivet at Bluefolds Highland Holiday Cottages. We have 4 exceptional self catering cottages with stunning mountain views, located in rural Glenlivet, Speyside on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park. Excellent location for exploring highlands of Scotland including the Cairngorms National Park and from Inverness to Aberdeen – ideal for relaxing, wildlife, walking, cycling, mountain biking, whisky, golfing skiing or touring. Our extremely comfortable cottages are in a tastefully restored farmhouse and steading building which are fully double glazed and electrically heated. The buildings are surrounded by a fenced garden with stunning views across Glenlivet to the Glenlivet distillery, one of many on the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail. All our cottages are well maintained by the Owners. Linen, towels and t-towels are included. Cot, high chair and baby bath are avail…
Hillview Cottage offers self catering accommodation located in the Cairngorms Moutain Park, Morayshire.
The self catering cottage retains much of it's cosy feeling with the warmth of wood through-out the cottage. The cottage can be different things to different people, a great party house for old friends and family to get together or a romantic break for couples. The hot tub allows you to enjoy the outside no matter what time of year it is. With views of Glenlivet, wildlife and of course ever changing scenery, it's no wonder our guests keep coming back.
The area in and around Glenlivet Moray is magnificent with Cairngorms on the door step, Aviemore is only 30 minutes away and the scenic coast of Morayshire only 20 minutes away. It would be a crime not to do at least one of the beautiful walks that cover this area of Scotland while staying at Hillview. Also Glenlivet Whisky Distil…
Seatown Cottage offers self catering accommodation located in the pretty Morayshire coastal town of Lossiemouth and just a short drive from Elgin. A quiet road separates Seatown Cottage from the River Lossie and the bridge across to the fabulous East Beach .Our holiday cottage has been refurbished to provide bright and airy accommodation set in a stunning location.
On the ground floor of the holiday cottage there is an open plan galley kitchen which is fully equipped and has excellent views of Lossiemouth and its harbour. The kitchen has an electric double oven with gas hob, microwave, fridge, crockery, cutlery, glasses and cooking utensils. The cosy lounge has 2 comfortable leather settees and an inglenook fireplace with a coal effect gas burning stove which keeps the room warm and cosy, even during the winter months. You will also find a spacious dining room with another inglenook f…
Bonnie View is a detached holiday cottage overlooking the River Spey. Originally a telephone exchange, it has been extended and renovated to form a quirky, cosy holiday home, which sleeps 2 - 4 people. For those requiring an internet connection the property is WIFI enabled.
There are two bedrooms, one of which can also be used as a lounge. All bed linen is included.
The fully fitted kitchen has a sitting area and breakfast bar.
The bathroom and WC with over bath shower. Towels are included.
The self catering cottage, which has underfloor heating, a feature garden and private parking, is only a stones throw away from the local pub and Speyside Way.
For more information about our holiday home please visit our website.
Pets are welcome by arrangement.…
At Carden we offer a truly unique experience in self-catering accommodation.
By paying attention to detail we make every cottage a real 'home from home' complete with those personal touches that make all the difference.
Situated in open farmland on the fertile coastal plain of Moray, the cottages enjoy open views of the surrounding countryside with the hills of distant Sutherland visible over the Moray Firth to the north.
On the farm there are six courtyard cottages which were created from the original eighteenth century farm steading at Carden in 1994. All are furnished and equipped to a very high standard and are inspected annually by the Scottish Tourist Board (VisitScotland). We also operate a non-smoking policy throughout all the cottages and in the Games Room.
All properties have:
Bath &/or Shower.
Maryhill Log Cabins in Drybridge, near Buckie in Morayshire, offers the perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life in a beautiful rural location.
Whether it’s a cosy winter escape or a summer adventure in the highlands and lowlands of the Moray, we provide the perfect self catering accommodation. They have stunning views and amazing scenery.
Ben Lawers is the smaller of the two cabins and is the first on the left as you arrive at the cabins. With 1 double bedroom and a single room with bunk beds, it comfortably sleeps 4 people.
Ben Vorlich has two large bedrooms, 1 with a double bed and an optional put up bed, and the other with bunks and a single bed. It sleeps anything up to 5 people.
The cabins are clean, spacious and comfortable with simple furnishings suited to the warm elegance of natural pine. Both have verandahs with stunning views over the Moray Firth.…
From the distilleries hiding in the glens to the little fishing villages huddled on the coast, the range of Scotlands landscapes are all represented here. The area also has an ancient history to be envied as the Picts had a major settlement in Burghead and Forres contains a unique example of carved stone monolith the likes of which is found nowhere else in Scotland.
The outdoor pursuits - mountainbiking, fishing, and the surrounding countryside is perfect for all types of golf , walking and sailing are a range of more leisurely pursuits - Moray Leisure Centre is nearby, and there are host of good restaurants and places worth visiting within easy travelling distance. pony trekking can be arranged at stables nearby.
We are a family run self catering business offering a very personal, high quality service. Because we are located on Springburn, we are available throughout your stay…
Fishermans Bothies has 3 properties to offer guests.
Situated at the end of a private farm track this beautiful semi- detached cottage has been charmingly converted from two 19th Century fishing cottages combining modern amenities with the character of the original building - diamond paned windows, beamed ceilings and a fabulous log stove in the lounge area.
Electric cooker, microwave, fridge, freezer, kettle, toaster. Dishwasher. Automatic washer. Colour TV. Solid fuel central heating with all electricity and fuel inclusive. Bed linen provided. Garden furniture.
From both lounge and bedroom are French doors leading out to a delightful secluded garden with a pathway running through it to the scenic Princess View overlooking a dramatic stretch of the River Findhorn. Non-smoking only please. Pets welcome but must be under strict control. Ample private parking.