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Holiday Accommodation in Speyside
North East Scotland

Cottages in Speyside in order of number of bedrooms.

Rannawa Cottage, Portessie, by Buckie, Moray

holiday cottage Moray
Bedrooms: 1. Sleeps: 2/4 (Super king bed / 2 large singles if preferred) plus sofa bed. Portessie, by Buckie. Pet welcome. Short breaks.

Rannawa is a delightful self catering cottage for a couple (or +2 if you wish to use the double sofa bed in living room.) that has recently been renovated to a very high standard. Only 10 mins drive from Cullen and close to many of the Moray Coastal small towns including Lossiemouth, Elgin and Findhorn where you will find excellent local produce and places to eat out. The property is an end terraced Fisherman's cottage (beautifully restored) right on the coast offering quality self-catering accommodation for 2-4 people. There is so much to see and do in the Moray area - historical houses, castles and Fort, beaches, distilleries, wildlife, mountain biking ,sea, loch and river fishing, walking and many golf courses to name but a few! The North East of Scotland has mountains and the sea with golden sandy beaches, and is perfectly located for visiting some of the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail distilleries.

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The Rock, Portessie, by Buckie, Moray

holiday accommodation Nairn
Bedrooms: 2 - twin bedrooms + King. Sleeps: 4. Buckie Seaside town with gorgeous beaches. Sea front cottage. Walk to pub and restaurant. Short breaks. Ground floor bedroom. Short breaks, minimum stay 2 nights Pets welcome.

A well equipped holiday home in a fantastic location right by the sea! From this stunning coastal cottage on the seafront you can walk to the pub, the beach, the golf course and The famous Speyside Whisky Trail is within easy reach. Portessie an old fishing village on a stretch of shoreline to the east of Buckie. See a working fishing town with harbour and spectacular views across the Moray Firth, you can take a boat trip look for the Moray Firth dolphins. The location is perfect for visiting sandy beaches and nearby fishing villages. Portessie offers a local Golf Club a Driving Range a Public Bar a Hair Salon and a Café Bar Restaurant (including Pennan - set of the film Local Hero and more recently Portsoy Harbour – set of the series Peaky Blinders).

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Boath Stables, Auldearn, by Nairn, Inverness-shire

holiday accommodation Nairn
Bedrooms: 2 - double/single (zip & link beds). Sleeps: 4/6. Nairn 2 miles. Pets welcome.

Two holiday cottages renovated to an extremely high standard offering luxury self catering accommodation. The cottages are amongst beautiful parkland gardens, and are only a mile away from sandy beaches on the Moray Coast. This quality accommodation will appeal to families and couples on vacation in the highlands. Golfers have the choice of two golf courses in Nairn - one championship course, and many others close by. There are plenty of historic castles, places of interest and outdoor activities to pursue in the area, such as fishing on the Findhorn, water sports and following the distilleries on the Whisky Trail!

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Weiroch Lodge, Ballindalloch, Morayshire, Highland Speyside

Scottish sporting lodge
Bedrooms 3: 2 superking/twin, 1 king + 2 fold-out beds for children. Sleeps 6 + 2. Short breaks. Dogs by prior arrangement. Reduced rates for parties of 1-2 and 3-4 guests. STB 5-Star. Beautiful 18th-century mill conversion set amid fields and forest adjacent to the River Spey, near Aberlour. Close to Cairngorms National Park, Moray's picturesque coastline and many famous whisky distilleries. Dogs by prior arrangement. Scottish Tourist Board self-catering 5-Star award.

Weiroch Lodge has the feel of a welcoming, traditional Scottish sporting lodge. Offered primarily as a self-catering property catering is available on request. Its position in the heart of Highland Speyside makes it the perfect base for touring the Malt Whisky Trail and the scenic Cairngorms National Park - you can visit a Highland Gathering and some of Scotland's most famous castles. The Moray Firth is a short drive away and famous for its pod of resident dolphins and seals that sunbathe along the coast. Pretty fishing villages are dotted along the picturesque coastline and the sandy beaches of Lossiemouth are well worth a visit. For food, drink and shopping, Aberlour is 10-minutes away, Elgin just 30-minutes, and the city of Inverness about an hour’s drive. Salmon and trout fishing on the Spey, Findhorn and other local rivers can be arranged from Weiroch lodge by prior arrangement.

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Hillview House, Cawdor, Nr Nairn, Highlands

Cawdor holiday house
Bedrooms: 6 (4 doubles, 2 twins). Sleeps: 12. Near Nairn. Well behaved dogs welcome. Short breaks available outside peak season.

Set in the idyllic conservation village of Cawdor, Hillview House is a delightfully spacious holiday home. It offers high quality accommodation and is ideal for families or large groups wanting to explore the beauty of the Highlands. It is also a perfect location for outdoor activities, sight-seeing and relaxing. The area is renowned for its golf courses, salmon fishing, whisky distilleries, historical sites and glorious sandy beaches. Twelve of the Highlands' top twenty visitor attractions are within an hour's drive of this superb self-catering house.

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