Cottage, sleeps up to 14, on The Malt Whisky Trail, in Cairngorms Dark Sky Park
Maggie & Henry Paget
- English, Danish, Norwegian, small amount of Norwegian and Danish spoken
Max guests: 14
100% refund if cancelled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if cancelled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Family time together
Our experience was smooth and delightful from check in to check out.
This was a wonderful ‘quirky’ house for 10 of our walkers. They loved the space and the atmosphere of the house. We will definitely recommend this property to others. Many thanks.
Had all that we needed
Enjoyed our stay, 14 family members. Possibly could do with better showering facilities for so many. Some doors very squeaky and bathroom locks need attention. Just as well we had 5 children due to unusual bed arrangement. However, it was warm and comfortable and good that pets were welcome. Hosts very friendly and accommodating.
Fantastic location, lovely property.
Maggie welcomed us to her cottage which was situated in the hills of Glenlivet. The property was spacious and clean and had all the amenities required. We really enjoyed our visit and would consider staying again.
Amazing house, well equipped and lovely hosts!
A group of ten of us stayed here over Easter and we had a great time. The house is spacious, well equipped, warm and was a real delight. Maggie was very helpful and made us feel welcome. Thoroughly recommend a stay here!
The cottage is situated close to The Glenlivet Whisky Distillery, and is therefore on The Malt Whisky Trail. The Speyside Way hiking trail also passes the garden. The new Glenlivet Cycle Trails are nearby, and there are a wealth of other activities available in The Cairngorm National Park including skiing in the winter. The cottage is also within The Glenlivet Estate, in the grounds of Glenlivet House. The Estate Office in Tomintoul (the highest village in the Cairngorms) is 15 mins drive away, and provides full details of things to do. There are also numerous places of interest nearby, including Ballindalloch Castle, and Balmoral - the Queens summer residence. The sea (the Moray Firth) is an hours drive, and the famous River Spey (salmon fishing) is close by.
There are good restaurants and shops all within half an hours drive, and the local Croft Inn is 5 mins by car.