Pet Friendly Holiday Moray

Scotland's North East Coast is in an idyllic position surrounded by the stunning Moray firth coastline, Cairngorms national park, and part of the famous whisky trail. This peaceful location is a pawfect for a hound hideaway in one of Scotland's oldest tiny towns.

 

  • Honey Cottage, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    4.00
    Welcome to Honey Cottage, your perfect holiday escape in the charming village of Auchnarrow, nestled in the heart of the stunning Highlands. With breathtaking landscapes, rich history, and a plethora of outdoor adventures waiting to be explored, your stay at Honey Cottage promises an unforgettable experience in this idyllic Scottish destination.
    Auchnarrow is a tranquil haven for nature enthusiasts and culture seekers alike. The village is surrounded by majestic mountains, crystal-clear lochs, and dense forests, making it a haven for hikers, cyclists, and nature lovers. Whether you’re a seasoned outdoor enthusiast or just looking for a leisurely stroll, the Highlands have something for everyone. The nearby Cairngorms National Park offers a multitude of hiking trails, including the famous Speyside Way, which winds its way through the picturesque Spey Valley.
    For those with a penchant for adventure, the Highlands offer a wealth of exciting activities. The River Spey, renowned for its salmon fishing, presents an opportunity to cast your line and experience the thrill of angling. Or perhaps you’d prefer to explore the region’s many whiskey distilleries, savouring the fine Scotch whisky for which the Highlands are celebrated. If you’re seeking a deeper connection with Scotland’s history and culture, the Highlands will not disappoint. Visit historic castles, such as Ballindalloch Castle and Cawdor Castle, to step back in time and learn about the region’s fascinating past. And don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the local Highland games, where you can witness traditional sports, enjoy Scottish music, and taste regional delicacies.
    The village of Auchnarrow itself is a quaint gem with friendly locals and a warm atmosphere. Its traditional charm is perfectly complemented by its proximity to the natural wonders of the Highlands, making it an ideal base for your Highland adventure. Discover the enchanting beauty and captivating experiences that Auchnarrow and the Highlands have to offer when you make Honey Cottage your home away from home. Your unforgettable journey awaits in this picturesque corner of Scotland.
    £62
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  • Glenlivet View, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    5.00
    Glenlivet View is a well-appointed, comfortable, detached lodge, situated in the heart of magnificent Speyside, home to over half of Scotland’s whisky distilleries and the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail. With panoramic views over the Glenlivet Estate and Cairngorms National Park, this is a stylish and cosy home perfect to either relax or explore this wonderful part of the Scottish Highlands. Inside, the open plan living space makes the most of the fine views from the patio doors overlooking the Cromdale Hills. The tranquil location makes it ideal for ’getting away from it all’, a true antidote to the pressures of everyday life. Situated approximately halfway between Aberdeen and Inverness, just a short drive from Dufftown, there are many distilleries open to the public including the famous Glenlivet, Macallan and Glenfiddich to name but a few. A short distance away are many castles, National Trust houses and gardens to visit including Ballindalloch Castle, one of the most beautiful and romantic castles in Scotland. Many activities are available in the area including fishing, walking, shooting, golfing, cycling, skiing at the Lecht, a falconry centre and the beautiful beaches of the Moray coast, all within easy driving distance. Beach 20 miles. Shop 10 miles, pub and restaurant 3 miles.
    £140
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  • Viaduct View, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Cullen, Scotland
    5.00
    This lovely, semi-detached Grade B listed cottage has a great location in the heart of Cullen on the beautiful Moray Coast. Perfect for friends or a family getaway, it has been lovingly restored whilst retaining its original steep staircase and low ceiling features, and the multi-level garden has a view of the sea through the viaduct. Just ¼ mile from the beach with many walks in the surrounding area, this cottage is perfectly situated for all the local attractions.

    Cullen is a wonderful little village, a real treasure trove of cute shops and cafés, and a perfect place to spend some time. Don’t forget to try the local speciality, Cullen skink. The neighbouring villages are well worth a visit and golf can be found nearby also. Further afield, Elgin and Inverness can be reached easily for a day out. Beach ¼ mile. Shop 120 yards, pub and restaurant ¼ mile.
    £66
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  • 19 South Street, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    Situated in the heart of Grantown-on-Spey, this charming, semi-detached holiday cottage is set back off the green and offers guests a good level of space. On the ground floor there is a kitchen/dining room with a cosy wood burner, living room with further wood burner and French doors leading to the garden, and a bathroom. On the first floor there is a shower room and two bedrooms; one with a double and a single bed, and one with a kingsize bed. Outside there is a lawned garden and on-site parking for 1 car.

    Grantown-on-Spey is situated halfway between the Cairngorm and Lecht ski areas. This location is very popular in winter with skiers and snowboarders. The town has a good selection of shops, restaurants and bars which are all just a short walk from the cottage. There is a superb 18-hole golf course, and the Grantown Heritage Museum is worth a visit. Shop, pub and restaurant 200 yards.
    £69
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  • Mountain View, MorayInstant Book Overlay ImageNew In Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    Travel north to the highest village in the Scottish Highlands, Tomintoul, where a warm welcome awaits. This detached holiday home is set on the outskirts of this quaint village and backs onto fields with the Avonside Hills as a panoramic backdrop. Furnished with style and comfort in mind, it is an ideal base to explore this magical region. Whisky lovers will enjoy the delights of the Whisky Trail, of which the famous Glenlivet is only a short drive away. Plenty of outdoor adventures can be had, horse riding from the village, skiing at nearby Lecht and the Cairngorms where fabulous hillwalking and mountain climbing can be enjoyed. Cyclists will love the Glenlivet Mountain Bike centre too. In addition, Landrover safaris or gorge walking at nearby Bridge of Brown will surely get the adrenalin going. Alternatively, bird watching or deer spotting will suit the less adventurous and for interesting shops and eateries, Tomintoul, Ballater, Grantown-on-Spey and Aviemore are all within easy reach. By total contrast, the beautiful Moray coastline is within an hour’s drive.
    £91
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  • The Bothy At Willowbank, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    The Bothy at Willowbank is our lovely cosy holiday cottage for two at the rear of Willowbank Guesthouse in Grantown on Spey. A tranquil setting, but nearly in the middle of village life. It features an open plan living area, a well-equipped kitchen, a spacious bathroom with large shower, washbasin and toilet, and a double bedroom. You will find The Bothy is a perfect base to stay and explore the surrounding area. Walks, whisky distilleries, and castles are at your doorstep. Just for hibernating, the Bothy is ideal as well. Although you can keep in touch with the outside world, as the cottage has its own Wi-Fi connection. There also is a flat screen television and a BD/DVD player.
    Grantown on Spey is part of the Cairngorms National Park. From Grantown you can travel in all directions and explore a large part of the northeast of Scotland, including the famous Speyside whisky distilleries; even Scotland’s west coast can be visited on a day trip.
    The Cairngorms National Park is a paradise for walkers, hikers and mountaineers alike. Whether just an evening stroll, one of the long-distance walks or climbing one of the Munros, this is the place to be. Birdwatchers are challenged to spot the birds you can only find in this wonderful part of the world.
    Whisky distilleries invite guests to visit and have a taste of this Scottish ‘water of life’. The distilleries all have something special. Breweries use our water for another product, and they also invite guests to visit; and as gin is becoming more and more popular, also distilleries making gin are calling this part of the Highlands home. Other activities nearby include visiting castles, historic houses and gardens, cycling, fishing, golf, steam train, funicular railway to Cairngorm Mountain, visiting museums, wildlife park and reindeer centre. Grantown on Spey offers a choice of shops, pubs and dining facilities, all within walking distance.
    Scottish Letting Licence No HI-70050-F.
    £68
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  • Crannoch Self Catering, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Cullen is just one of the many jewels in the Moray Firth’s crown - a wonderful place for a great holiday experience! Spacious, with an airy feel, this house has a secluded sitting-out area with hot tub for guests’ use. It makes a wonderful place to relax in after a day out exploring the area or taking in the sea air along the gorgeous coastline. The owner also provides guests with towels. The property has ten bedrooms, three en-suite, sleeping up to 18 guests, along with another four shower rooms. To the rear of the property lies a quaint, gravelled garden that is not only home to handy storage for your beach gear, but to a bubbling hot tub; perfect for those days where you need to relax your muscles after ample walking or cycling along the coast!
    The clear waters here are the base for a resident colony of bottlenose dolphins, and there are several companies in the vicinity running wildlife cruises, when you may also spot seals, many seabirds and even whales. Golf enthusiasts have a lovely links course practically on the doorstep, which has stunning views over the bay. Local dishes include Cullen skink, a hearty chowder-like fish soup; the nearby Cullen Bay Hotel holds the title of World Champion for this tasty dish! Moray is also known for its whisky, and there are many famous distilleries within an hour’s drive of the village. Cullen has a great variety of local amenities, good pubs and cafés, as well as a fabulous ice cream shop opposite the property. There is plenty to do here for all ages and abilities.
    £335
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    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    Take advantage of the proximity to the famous salmon fishing River Spey for a scenic walk or cycle along the Speyside Way. Be sure to see the historic Ben Rinnes Distillery which was founded in 1826, with its iconic tall red chimney. In the heart of Speyside there are numerous famous distilleries to explore. For walkers, a path starting up Ben Rinnes is nearby, and the lovely Lynn Waterfalls are also close to the old packhorse bridge in the village.
    Aberlour is a charming little town located just 1¼ miles from the property in the heart of Scotland’s Speyside region, famous for whisky, Walker’s shortbread and salmon fishing. The town is home to a variety of attractions, including the Speyside Cooperage, numerous famous distillery tours, The Wee Ferm, the attractive Aberlour Victoria Bridge, and nearby Craigellachie (Telford) Bridge over the River Spey. There is a salmon smokehouse and choice of miniature or steam railway and Moravia Aviation as well as magnificent Ballindalloch Castle and grounds to enjoy along with a number of local golf courses. Fishing on the Spey is sought after and there is also trout fishing close by.
    Within easy reach of the Cairngorms or Lecht for skiing and hill walking, and also beautiful beaches along the dolphin famous Moray Firth. Moss of Bourach is a fabulous central location for rural fun and exploration. Venture to the city of Elgin, home to the Elgin Cathedral, which is a stunning example of Gothic architecture, as well as the Duffus Castle, which is a beautiful medieval castle.
    £180
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  • Dallas Brae, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    Ballindalloch, Scotland
    Enjoying a lovely quiet setting only a few minutes’ walk from the centre of the town, this substantial detached property has been furnished and equipped to a good standard to ensure as comfortable and relaxing holiday as possible. A warm Highland welcome awaits you at Dallas Brae which makes a perfect base for exploring this beautiful part of the Highlands of Scotland. Grantown-on-Spey is a small town located on the edge of the spectacular Cairngorms National Park and is surrounded by ancient woodlands with a unique habitat, which supports a large variety of wildlife. The area is a popular all year round holiday destination due to the large range of outdoor pursuits available, along with a range of amenities second to none.
    Situated half way between the Cairngorm and Lecht ski centres, where you can ski and snow board or climb and walk in some of Scotland’s most scenic areas. Amongst the many activities available are mountain biking, kayaking and gorge walking, clay pigeon shooting, golf, fishing and zip lining to name just a few. Take a trip along the world’s only Malt Whisky Trail or visit some of the lovely fishing villages dotted along the Moray coastline. Visit the nearby Craggan Outdoor Centre just on the edge of the town, where you can experience a large range of outdoor pursuits. Slightly further afield visit the Landmark Forest Adventure Park in the Carrbridge, the Highland Wildlife Park at Kingussie or take a trip up into the Cairngorms mountain range on the funicular railway and see the reindeer in the Cairngorm Centre or board the steam train for an exciting trip through the beautiful countryside. The vibrant town of Aviemore is just 15 miles, where you can enjoy a wide range of restaurants, pubs and shops. Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast or just want a relaxing holiday, Dallas Brae will tick all the boxes. Beach 23 miles. Shop and restaurant 100 yards, pub 200 yards.
    £97
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  • Portknockie Escape, MorayInstant Book Overlay Image
    This is the perfect family location sleeping four guests comfortably in the coastal town of Portknockie which is located in the stunning North-east of Scotland. The property has a very cosy kitchen-dining area sitting room and is beautifully furnished and finished after a full renovation. It has a relaxed sea-side feel which is ideal for friends or family who want the perfect get away to recharge. Portknockie is a great place for walkers and those who love to take in the local scenery. The neighbouring village of Cullen, about 2 miles away, is very much worth a visit. The local delicacy of cullen skink (a thick soup made with smoked haddock, potatoes and onions) is very historical and a great dish to try. You can take a boat trip on the Gemini Explorer to search for dolphins in the Moray Firth from Buckie, a working fishing town about 4 miles away. Or, further afield at Spey Bay, you will find the popular Scottish Dolphin Centre and Nature Reserve. The famous Speyside Whisky Trail is also within easy reach and should not be missed.
    £71
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