Glenlivet

Glenlivet's history reflects Scotland's religious upheavals from the 16th centuryto the 19th century. In 1594 the Battle of Glenlivet saw the last stand of the Roman Catholics. The defeat led to their leaders being forced to flee the country afterwards.

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Enjoy the dramatic panoramic views to the Cairngorm National Park mountains from Bluefolds Holiday Cottages. Come and relax in a choice of 4 cottages sleeping 2-4; 2-6 and 2-8 in this undiscovered corner of Scotland between Dufftown and Tomintoul on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park and on the Malt Whisky Trail. Our extremely […]

Lochranza cottage once housed workers from the world famousGlenlivet Whisky Distillery, which is just a stones throw away from the house. Located within the ‘Glenlivet Crown Estate’ and also the new ‘Cairngorms National Park’, Lochranza overlooks the ruin of Blairfindy Castle. The cottage is an ideal location for exploring the Speyside ‘Malt Whisky Trail’, the Deeside […]

Cooking world food with a view of the hills is an unforgettable experience. The internationally acclaimed writer and broadcaster, Ghillie Basan, runs cookery workshops at her remote home in the Cairngorms National Park where you can enjoy a day of good food and banter and leave feeling relaxed and inspired. Her workshops have been described […]

Offering comfortable accommodation in this beautiful part of the Highlands, Glenlivet View sits in a quiet, rural location in Speyside, approximately half way between Inverness and Aberdeen with views of Glenlivet and the Cairngorms National Park. The peace and tranquillity allow for a relaxing, get-away-from-it-all holiday and you can enjoy the abundant wildlife, go walking, […]

MOUNTAIN BIKE TRAILS RE-OPENED FRIDAY 3RD JULY Enjoy our purpose built mountain bike trails at the heart of Glenlivet Estate, with not only fantastic fun packed, flowing single track trail, but spectacular scenery and stunning views as you cycle. The blue trail (9km) is a great introduction to mountain biking, while th red trail (22km) […]

Set in a peaceful, scenic glen in the Cairngorm National Park, Corrunich is a snug and bright cottage for two. You can just walk out the door into the hills or visit the stunning attractions of Moray and Speyside. “We came here to see Scottish wildlife and ended up seeing more than we ever dreamed […]

Wildlife holidays, land rover safaris and guided walks in the Cairngorm National Park. Situated on the edge of the Cairngorm Mountains in north east Scotland, the majority of the Glenlivet Estate falls within the Cairngorm National Park. Ranging from the Ladder Hills to the sheltered straths of the rivers Avon and Livet this varied and […]