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Blervie House is a historic Scottish Country House set in a delightful rural area of Moray Speyside but just a short drive from Inverness. Blervie House is the only 5 Star accommodation in Moray Speyside. The house was renovated in 2017 and combines the best of stately home elegance with the 21st century conveniences. Blervie House nestles in a 300 acre private estate which is free for guests to roam and boasts extensive views of the serene Moray Firth and the North Coast of Scotland.
Each of the 12 stately bedrooms offer a spacious, pristine, quiet setting from which to enjoy Blervie House’s wonderful scenery. All of the rooms are furnished with individual furniture and antique pieces and many have an interesting story to tell of how they came to be here.
All soft furnishings are composed of fresh Hungarian Goose Down duvets so that you can be assured of the utmost comfort during your visit.
Due to the location of Moray Speyside, the area benefits from being on the end of the Gulf Stream in the Moray Firth making it the third highest sunshine area in the UK. This gives the area a pleasant temperature, exceptional hours of summer sunshine and is ideal for outdoor activities.
For those of you exploring Moray, there is so much to do you may need to reconsider the amount of time you are planning on staying – walking, golf, castles, cycling, whisky distilleries, beaches, wildlife are just a few things you could do – or even just sit in the garden and contemplate.
Take time to look around at the wildlife living on the estate, deer, and red squirrels and don’t forget Charlie the Peacock. Blervie is an easy 40-minute drive from Inverness airport, a short 10 mile drive to Elgin and yet is faraway in terms of solitude and scenery. Life at Blervie House is designed to be relaxing and comfortable – please arrive as guests and leave as friends.
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Accessible Parking or Drop-off point
Exclusive Use Available
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