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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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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 […]

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 […]

Speyside Whisky Tours is the market-leader in exclusive chauffeur driven day trips to Scotland’s world renowned whisky distilleries. We offer itineraries to suit even the most discerning whisky enthusiasts with prices starting from as little as £90 per person for a half-day tour. Sit back and enjoy your favourite malts, get behind the scenes, meet […]

A delightful traditional croft enjoying spectacular views over open countryside in the heart of whisky country on the Glenlivet Crown Estate. Large traditional kitchen with AGA and all mod. cons. Cosy sofas, armchairs and wood burning stoves.