Tour Scotland Self Catering Holiday Cottage Recommendations Craigellachie


Tour Scotland self catering holiday cottage recommendations in Craigellachie, Moray, Scotland.

Keepers Cottage sits peacefully surrounded by acres of woodland in the heart of the Malt Whisky Trail. Mid way between Aberdeen and Inverness, it provides a perfect getaway amongst stunning woodland, as well as an ideal location from which to explore a wealth of local sights and activities, including many Whisky distilleries. It provides high standard accommodation while maintaining a cosy cottage feel through an open fire and underfloor heating. A Garden room with en-suite facilities and an open air Hot Tub are the most recent additions to the cottage. The Garden-room provides extra accommodation and both can be hired at an additional charge. All bed linen and towels are provided, along with extras such as kitchen roll, toilet roll etc. The house, bedding and towels are also cleaned weekly for guests wishing to stay beyond a week. The hot tub is drained and cleaned between lets.sits peacefully surrounded by acres of woodland in the heart of the Malt Whisky Trail.

Craigellachie Retreat is a beautiful well facilitated 3 bedroom self–catering holiday house in a quiet location surrounded by woodland walks and views of the nearby mountains. It benefits from the addition of a summer house, drying room and shed for bike storage. The property is suitable for couples and families. The summer house gives some additional space to relax. The drying room is ideal to dry any outdoor clothing, skis, walking and ski boots enabling you to get your damp equipment dry for another day. It is an ideal base from which to play and explore the stunning Cairngorms National Park and surrounding areas. The Aviemore Orbital waalking path which extends to the town centre via a pleasant woodland walk, is accessed across the road from the property. We know there is not always enough space in your car to bring along toys for young children so we like to help by providing some.

Holiday House five minutes' walk from the Rivers Fiddich and Spey, and 10 minutes drive from Aberlour and Rothes, the house is perfectly situated for fishing parties and groups of all ages who wish to enjoy the Scottish Highlands. The house is on the edge of the village of Craigellachie with views of the Spey. There is central heating throughout, and an open fire place in the sitting room. A good sized kitchen and a separate dining room allow guests to spread out. There is free acccess to wifi throughout the house, terrestrial TV. Clean dogs are welcome downstairs, off the furniture. As a family keen on fishing, we have visited the house for 35 years, and been lucky enough to fish many of the salmon fishing beats nearby including Arndilly, Easter and Wester Elchies, Aikenway, Rothes and Delfur. All are within 15 minutes drive of the house. The house sleeps up to 11 guests in 6 bedrooms: one double, one single and four twin bedrooms. If you are a fishing party and out all day and have someone to do the catering, the single room upstairs can work well for this. The house has off road parking for five cars and is set within its own hedged lawns. The gate to the drive should be dog proof, and the road is quiet. There is a garage in which rods and waders can be stored, and where where is a chest freezer which you are welcome to use. The house is kept immaculately clean, all beds will be made for your arrival, and in winter a fire laid. All utilities, heating, electricity, oil, internet, firewood, are included in the price, as is cleaning after your visit, and with sufficient notice we may be able to arrange for cleaning and cooking during your stay, at additional charge.

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