Newly converted, Muiryhall Steading offers luxury ground-floor accommodation comprising an open-plan kitchen/dining/living area with French doors to a private patio within the walled garden, a comfortable double bedroom and a stylish en-suite shower room.
Finished to a high specification, the Steading is thoughtfully furnished and equipped to ensure an enjoyable stay.
The patio is provided with furniture for alfresco eating and a hot tub in which to unwind, while guests are welcome to wander round Muiryhall’s woodland.
Moray is a fantastic area to visit.
Most famous for the whisky trail, with fifty Speyside distilleries in easy reach, Moray also offers salmon fishing on prestigious rivers such as the Findhorn and Spey, and golf on numerous courses, including Nairn Championship and Castle Stuart.
Water sports available locally include sailing, canoeing, kayaking and white-water rafting, while Aviemore offers winter sports such as skiing and snow-boarding.
Hill-walking and rambling, cycling and horse-riding are all well-catered for.
Muiryhall is a short drive from sandy, dog-friendly beaches, or you could enjoy a peaceful stroll through forest or over moorland.
For wildlife enthusiasts, Moray is home to many species including dolphins, whales, seals, otters, ospreys and red squirrels.
If you enjoy history and culture, places to visit include Cawdor and Brodie Castles, while the haunting battlefield at Culloden is unmissable.
The cathedral city of Elgin and Forres, mentioned in Macbeth, are close by.
Inverness, which features in the Outlander series, offers excellent shopping and recreational facilities, while a little further is Loch Ness where Nessie was first spotted in the sixth century by Saint Columba.
All in all, you might find that just one week is not enough to sample everything that Moray and the Highlands have to offer!