Aberlour 1.5 miles.
This charming stone-built, semi-detached cottage, once used by distillery workers is superbly located in the middle of the Spey Valley, between Inverness and Aberdeen.
One of a row of pretty stone cottages, this Speyside cottage is deceptively spacious and benefits from cosy accommodation with warming woodburners in both the dining room and sitting room.
This Speyside cottage is ideal for a family or group of friends looking to fish on the nearby River Spey, or spend time together exploring this beautiful part of Scotland.
Boasting stunning mountain views, this Speyside cottage has two spacious bedrooms on the first floor, while the ground floor has a lovely sitting room and a spacious dining room situated off the well-equipped kitchen.
A small outside area lies to the front of the cottage whilst the pretty, enclosed rear garden has a delightful seating area, perfect for a post-dinner stroll.
The attractive town of Aberlour is close by and has excellent facilities, but is most famous for its whisky and shortbread.
Just 5 minutes' from your Speyside cottage is the River Spey itself; this is a great place to fish, and also to pick up the Speyside Way, which is one of the four official Long Distance Routes in Scotland, passing through breathtaking countryside.
This lovely Speyside cottage is the perfect place to enjoy time together and getting out and about in the wonderful Scottish countryside.
Two bedrooms: 1 x double, 1 x twin. Bathroom with freestanding bath, separate shower, basin and WC. Kitchen. Dining room with woodburner. Sitting room with woodburner.
About the location
Elgin 15 miles.
The small, pretty village of Aberlour lies on the banks of the River Spey, and is surrounded by wonderful open countryside, with the Cairngorm Mountains on one side and the Moray Firth coast on the other. Noted for its presence on the Whisky Trail and for Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival visitors will be stunned to realise that there are 50 whisky distilleries within a 15 mile radius of the town. Many of these distilleries are well worth a visit as they have excellent visitor centres with plenty of tasting on offer. The area is a magnet for fishermen with the River Spey so close by, whilst walkers will certainly appreciate the fabulous walks and wildlife they will encounter en route through the Speyside Way, one of the four official Long Distance Routes in Scotland. Aberlour is a great base for exploring this region of Scotland.