Dufftown

A warm welcome awaits you at Glenernan, a traditional stone built house offering comfortable accommodation with wonderful views of the hills from the bedroom windows.

Welcome to Little Robin Bed and Breakfast, nestled in the heart of historic Dufftown – the malt whisky capital of the world. This grade B listed property is one of the oldest in Dufftown and has been carefully renovated and lovingly decorated to celebrate its beautiful Georgian and Victorian heritage. Each of our rooms have […]

The castle ruins crown a lonely hilltop with dramatic views over the surrounding hills. Auchindoun Castle was built about 1480 by Thomas Cochrane, Earl of Mar and favourite of James III. It still retains fine architectural details and is surrounded by the ramparts of an Iron Age hillfort. Accessible on foot only, route is steep […]

Parkmore Holiday Cottages Parkmore Holiday Cottages is a complex of 8 cottages located in the heart of Speyside, Scotland. Here at Parkmore we boast the very best self catering holiday accommodation in Scotland. Located near Dufftown, our cottages were formed by the conversion of the old steading, farmhouse and bothy at Parkmore Farm. If you […]

Dufftown Golf Club is an 18 hole course set amongst the most breathtaking scenery in Speyside, the heart of the malt whisky country. Visitors return regularly to enjoy golf in this beautiful Banffshire setting where two of the holes (7th & 10th) feature in ‘Britain’s 100 Extraordinary Golf Holes’ by Geoff Harvey and Vanessa Strowger. […]

Keith and Dufftown Railway The Keith & Dufftown Railway (‘The Whisky Line’) is the most northerly heritage railway in Scotland, running for 11 miles from Dufftown railway station (Ordnance Survey grid reference NJ322414) to Keith Town (NJ429508) via Drummuir (NJ378442). Originally part of the former Great North of Scotland Railway line which linked Aberdeen with […]