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Thornton Cottage in Drumoak, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Thornton Cottage, Drumoak, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £345 to £ 838

Self catering accommodation in Drumoak sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Internet Access • Pub near by • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview:

This attractive, traditionally built, stone holiday cottage is ½ mile from Drumoak village in Royal Deeside. Within easy walking distance are the River Dee, Drum Castle with its 13th-century tower and the Drum Garden Centre. There are castle trails, malt whisky trails and the Cairngorm National Park close by. In the area are 70 golf courses and anglers have a choice of well-stocked fisheries. Aberdeen, 10 miles, has many facilities and a long sandy beach front. Shops and pubs ½ mile.


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The Old Laundry in Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

The Old Laundry, Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £210 to £ 478

Self catering accommodation in Glenprosen sleeps 2.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview:

"Acres of peaceful and secluded countryside surround these magnificent cottages..."


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Katy’s Cottage in Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Katy’s Cottage, Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £210 to £ 478

Self catering accommodation in Glenprosen sleeps 2.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview:

"Acres of peaceful and secluded countryside surround these magnificent cottages..."


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The Knock in Inverey, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

The Knock, Inverey, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 8
Weekly prices from £450 to £ 1156

Self catering accommodation in Inverey sleeps 8.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Internet Access • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 8

Accommodation overview:

A spacious and very well-equipped traditional stone house, sitting in a woodland area on Mar Estate at Inverey. Offering Magnificent views across the Upper Dee Valley to Ben Macdui, the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, here you will find mountain activities which have made this part of the Highlands a famous tourist area. It is an ideal area for those who simply wish to wander through idyllic scenery and perhaps see a glimpse of an osprey, golden eagle or capercailzie.
Braemar village nestling amongst heather covered hills, is the setting for the annual Highland Gathering, also Braemar Castle with its barrel-vaulted ceilings, underground prison and central tower with spiral staircase, has much historical interest. The area abounds with castles, including Balmoral, the Scottish baronial mansion which has been a royal residence since 1852. The Royal Family traditionally spend their summer holidays here, and the grounds are ideal for walking and pony trekking. Dunnottar Castle is one of Scotland’s finest ruined castles, a huge 9th-century fortress set on a three-sided sheer cliff jutting into the sea, with dramatic views out to the crashing sea.
For family entertainment, pay a visit to the Archaeolink Prehistory Park, which gives an insight into the area’s Pictish heritage. The park includes a reconstructed Iron Age Farm, a hillside archaeological site and lively audio-visual displays designed to bring prehistory to life. Also well worth a visit is the Cairngorm Whisky Centre in Tomintoul (1 hour), with its tasting room offering more than 1,000 brands of whisky.
There is extensive hill walking and challenging mountain climbing opportunities from the door and in the winter months if sufficient snow good skiing at Glenshee (20 mins). For those who do not wish to climb the mountains but still want to see the awe inspiring views, take the chairlift at Glenshee to the observation point a short distance from the top of the Cairnwell mountain. Braemar golf course (18 holes) is a gem. Fishing on the River Dee (for information see caretaker). Roe and red deer are present and stalking can be arranged (in advance) through the Estate. Shop and pub 4 miles.


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Glentairie Cottage in Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Glentairie Cottage, Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Sleeps 5
Weekly prices from £169 to £ 478

Self catering accommodation in Glenprosen sleeps 5.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 5

Accommodation overview:

"Acres of peaceful and secluded countryside surround these magnificent cottages..."


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Tinkerbell in Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Tinkerbell, Glenprosen, Angus, East Scotland

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £241 to £ 520

Self catering accommodation in Glenprosen sleeps 2.

Features include: • Pet friendly • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview:

"Acres of peaceful and secluded countryside surround these magnificent cottages..."


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Stuffers Cottage in Braemar, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Stuffers Cottage, Braemar, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 2
Weekly prices from £298 to £ 650

Self catering accommodation in Braemar sleeps 2.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 2

Accommodation overview:

Overlooking the gentle meandering bends of the River Dee where wild red deer roam, this former taxidermist’s workshop and cottage has been completely rebuilt under the ‘Mar Estate Golden Jubilee Project’. After lapsing into dereliction, this magnificently appointed property has been restored to its original 1884 timber construction, taking into account every last detail. Further enhanced by the addition of modern day facilities, it stands as a real gem of a holiday home, amidst spectacular scenery. The village is home to the annual Highland Games, the Braemar Gathering. Games were first held here in the 11th century, when contests were set for the local clans in order to pick the bravest and strongest for Malcolm Canmore’s army. Perth is little over an hour’s drive away, as is the beautiful granite city of Aberdeen. Shops 3 miles.


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Straitinnan in Glen Deveron, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Straitinnan, Glen Deveron, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 4
Weekly prices from £292 to £ 717

Self catering accommodation in Glen Deveron sleeps 4.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Cottage Sleeps 4

Accommodation overview:

"Beautiful surroundings with forests, river and countryside walks all waiting to be discovered and savoured..."


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Daylesford in Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Daylesford, Portsoy, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 5
Weekly prices from £295 to £ 788

Self catering accommodation in Portsoy sleeps 5.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Close to the Beach • Pub near by • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 5

Accommodation overview:

Situated down a quiet lane in the delightful coastal village of Portsoy, this lovely period, detached house has been refurbished to a high standard. The property also benefits from an enclosed walled garden to the rear which is perfect for enjoying a barbecue in the evenings. Portsoy, which is host to a popular boat festival in the summer, is ideally placed for exploring the rugged and varied coastline of the Moray Firth. There is plenty to do in the area with several fine golf courses close at hand, the Whisky and Castle Trails waiting to be explored and excellent sandy beaches along the coast - from Banff to Nairn and Lossiemouth especially. Shops 500 yds, pubs ¼ mile.


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Lairds Cast in Inchmarlo, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Lairds Cast, Inchmarlo, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £454 to £ 1334

Self catering accommodation in Inchmarlo sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview:

In an area renowned for superb fishing and golf, this wonderful property, one of a pair, could not be in a better location! Just 50 yards from the rushing waters of the lovely River Dee and very close to Banchory Golf Course, this spacious and very comfortable accommodation makes full use of its situation, with patio doors from the living room offering an uninterrupted view of the river itself - where fishing may be arranged with the owner (subject to availability). With all modern facilities, it ensures a very relaxing stay in total comfort.
Banchory is a superb base for a varied holiday with Crathes Castle and garden, and Castle Fraser both well worth a visit.. Also boasting two golf courses in the town, there is a wider choice in the surrounding area with excellent hillwalking and skiing available in the Cairngorms just a short distance away. A short drive leads to Ballater, where Queen Victoria first arrived in Desside in 1848. Although the line has long since closed, visitors can still visit the elegant train station in the heart of the town centre. Ballater is also an excellent base for local walks and outdoor activivites. A popular walk leads to Lochnagar, the much painted and written about mountain by the current Prince of Wales.
Balmoral is easily accessible for the day and the local distillery at Lochnagar is well worth a visit, with tours and tasting of the local malt available. For an alternative day out, Aberdeen - Scotland’s third largest city, is well worth a visit. Many of the parks have been transformed into ‘flower gardens’ and are some of the most beautiful in Britain. There is also an excellent choice of restaurants and pubs and the livley city harbour comes alive in the evening with a number of theatres. Shops ½ mile.


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The Old Kennels in Tomintoul, Morayshire, East Scotland

The Old Kennels, Tomintoul, Morayshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 7
Weekly prices from £337 to £ 1243

Self catering accommodation in Tomintoul sleeps 7.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Pub near by • Easy Walking Access • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 7

Accommodation overview:

The Old Kennels sits above Tomintoul, reputedly the highest village in the Highlands, with spectacular views across to the mountains beyond. This single-storey, traditionally built holiday cottage was where the gundogs were housed when the area was owned by the Dukes of Richmond and Gordon. It is now part of the Glenlivet Crown Estate with its series of trails and wildlife programmes organised by the estate ranger in Tomintoul. The property has been refurbished and modernised whilst maintaining its traditional atmosphere with a farmhouse kitchen and modern bathroom, and open fires in the living room and master bedroom. It has a large garden on two levels and a separate vegetable garden where guests can pick their own produce. It is an ideal family base to explore both Speyside to the west and Dee and Donside to the east, the latter by way of the spectacular Tomintoul to Cock Bridge road. Tomintoul itself, which is less than a mile away, now has three craft shops and a number of eating places, one of which is the spacious and atmospheric lounge bar of the Glenavon Hotel which provides excellent family bar lunches.
Situated within the Cairngorm National Park, there is a wide variety of sporting activity to be enjoyed. Fishing is available at all levels from the local River Avon and its tributaries to the nearby Spey. The holiday cottage is within easy reach of golf courses of all standards including the championship course at Aviemore and the Donald Steel designed 9-hole course at nearby Ballindalloch Castle. There is superb local walking and dogs are welcomed in the main rooms. The Speyside Way spur starts in Tomintoul and the Cairngorm mountains offer outstanding climbing and hill walking. The Extreme Dream indoor climbing wall at Aviemore, also with an exciting outdoor programme, is very welcoming to all standards. Visitors can go dolphin watching by boat off the Moray Coast an hour away and explore the magnificent beaches. The Tomintoul trekking centre at St Bridget’s farm is a BHS approved centre with animals and treks to suit all standards. The cottage is in the centre of the Whisky Trail with the renowned Whisky Castle shop in Tomintoul and an excellent visitors’ centre at The Glenlivet. In winter there is skiing locally at the Lecht and at Aviemore, where guests can also visit the reindeer herd on the Cairngorms.


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Westerpark in Glen Deveron, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Westerpark, Glen Deveron, Aberdeenshire, East Scotland

Sleeps 6
Weekly prices from £340 to £ 866

Self catering accommodation in Glen Deveron sleeps 6.

Features include: • Garden • Pet friendly • Open Fire or Woodburning Stove • Detached Property • Cottage Sleeps 6

Accommodation overview:

"Beautiful surroundings with forests, river and countryside walks all waiting to be discovered and savoured..."


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