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.
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandWelcome 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.£61From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandGlenlivet 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.£76From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Cullen, ScotlandThis 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.£57From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandThis beautiful apartment in Grantown-on-Spey offers fantastic accommodation and is surrounded with many activities in the area. With accommodation all on the ground floor, it comprises of a living room, a good-sized kitchen/dining room, a double bedroom with storage and a modern shower room. Outside is an enclosed, suntrap patio area with furniture.
There is an abundance of castles, golf courses, walks and things to do nearby. You are perfectly located to take advantage of a host of exciting adventures and activities throughout Moray, Speyside, The Highlands and beyond. Everything the Cairngorms has to offer is on your doorstep. Situated just a short 20-minute drive from the popular town of Aviemore, this is truly an exceptional property and area. Grantown-on-Spey’s golf course is within walking distance, just 5 minutes away! This is the perfect relaxing destination. You will be amazed at the choices available to you in this fabulous region as you discover everything the Cairngorms has to offer.£61From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandThis lovely detached cottage is set amongst the rolling hills and stunning scenery of Glenlivet, in the heart of the Whisky Trail. Inside, attractive décor combines with comfortable furnishings to produce a cosy and homely atmosphere. The entrance vestibule has plenty of room for storing outdoor boots and coats, and the kitchen/dining room opens onto a sun room at the rear. This in turn leads onto a raised lawned garden, complete with summerhouse and wood-fired hot tub, where you can sit back in the warm water and admire the wonderful panoramic views beyond the garden. The sun room is a lovely place to curl up with a book or to enjoy a meal after a busy day sightseeing.
An ideal base for relaxing and exploring this wonderful part of the Scottish Highlands, Nether Clashnoir is situated approximately half-way between Aberdeen and Inverness. For the whisky connoisseur, there are many distilleries to visit including ’The Glenlivet’, the Macallan, the Balvenie and Glenfiddich.
Throughout this wild and romantic region, many castles, houses and gardens are open to the public including Ballindalloch Castle, one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland. From a sporting perspective there is plenty to do in the area, from fishing on the great Spey and Avon rivers, to walking, golfing, cycling at the nearby Glenlivet mountain bike trails or skiing at the Lecht. With other excellent sporting activities in and around the local area, guests will be spoilt for choice. Visit Carrbridge, home to the famous Landmark Centre where young and old can enjoy the various outdoor activities, or for a complete contrast take a trip up to the beautiful beaches of the Moray Coast, which is within easy driving distance.£73From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandSeafield Lodge is a fantastic two-bedroom ground floor apartment situated in an iconic local building in the centre of Grantown-on-Spey, Cairngorms National Park. The accommodation is finished to a very good standard and offers great open-plan living. The living/dining/kitchen benefits from an enormous amount of natural light pouring in from the front of the house. The feature fireplace in the open-plan living space is a real treat and you’ll enjoy lighting it when you return from long days out exploring in the national park.
Seafield Lodge really does offer an excellent space for the family to get together and relax after Cairngorm adventures. The kitchen has everything needed to rustle up a storm to feed a hungry family. The two bedrooms are at the rear of the property. The double bedroom has patio doors onto the small garden, which is perfect for those wishing to bring up to two well-behaved dogs.
The real bonus of staying at Seafield Lodge is the location. Tucked away on a quiet, mature street in Grantown-on-Spey, you’re only a two-minute walk to the high street where there are many nice places to eat and drink during your stay. The River Spey is also only a short walk away, so those interested in fishing this great river are in prime position by staying at Seafield Lodge. The River Spey is the second most productive salmon river in Scotland and the best sea-trout river in Scotland; And amazingly, the Strathspey Angling Improvement Association which manages the stretch of river around Grantown and the wider area offers day permits for only £55 and you can fish for a week for £215.
Forty minutes north from Grantown you will reach the Moray Firth coastline and the celebrated Castle Stuart Golf Links. For the discerning golfer there are many great courses to try at fantastic green fee rates. The Cairngorms National Park offers amazing hiking, biking and skiing opportunities. There are countless trails to stroll off on low down, and up onto the plateau. Road cycling and mountain biking are very popular from Grantown too with many routes to try.
Not only is this a summer destination, year-round there are things to see and do. Why not come for both a summer and winter break to see how the Cairngorms change from one beautiful version of itself to another?£111From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandNia Roo is a wonderful stone built cottage very conveniently situated in the village square in the popular village of Tomintoul. Stylishly furnished in warm tones, with wooden flooring throughout and contemporary fittings, this an ideal base for your highland escape.
Surrounded by the most glorious scenery, Tomintoul is the highest village in the Cairngorms National Park and is a popular destination for walkers and nature lovers who revel in the wide open spaces of this magical part of Scotland.
The cottage is centrally located within the village, just a short stroll from the local artisan shops, tearooms and restaurants, so a great choice if you don’t want to drive after a meal out. Yet beyond the village lie the Cairngorms and the Cromdale Hills - a wild and beautiful place teeming with wildlife. Many outdoor activities are set here – from 4 x 4 driving and clay pigeon shooting on the Glenlivet Estate, to mountain biking trails just out of the village and of course skiing in winter months at nearby Lecht or Cairngorms Ski Centres.
In the heart of the Whisky Trail, there are many famous distilleries within a 30 mile radius, from Glenlivet to Macallan, Glenfiddich and Glenfarclas. But for a complete change of scenery, within an hour you can also be on the beautiful Moray coast with its long sandy beaches of golden sands around Lossiemouth, Nairn and Hopeman.£59From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Ballindalloch, ScotlandSituated in a peaceful part of the popular village of Tomintoul, Berg Cottage is a brilliant choice for a relaxing holiday in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park. The amazing windows in the upstairs living room and master bedroom open up to form a balcony to make the most of the panoramic views over the rolling countryside beyond. Downstairs, the spacious dining kitchen/family room has a reclining sofa and doors opening onto a sunny patio with private hot tub and a lawned garden beyond. The contemporary smart furnishings ensure a high level of comfort throughout, making this a very comfortable house at any time of the year.
Surrounded by stunning scenery, Tomintoul has the distinction of being the highest village in the Highlands and with interesting shops, good eating places and easy access to the ski resorts of The Lecht and Cairngorms it is well placed for a great holiday for friends and families. In the heart of the Whisky and Castle Trails, there is something for everyone in this beautiful wild area with many opportunities for walking, climbing, fishing or wildlife watching. In contrast, an hour’s drive takes you to the beautiful Moray coastline with its long sandy beaches and there are further watersports available at Loch Morlich near Aviemore.£92From price per night based on 7 night stay
- Cullen, ScotlandThis 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.£59From price per night based on 7 night stay