Location in Moray
Our cottages are based on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, in Moray Speyside,
Bluefolds Highland Holiday Cottages are situated on a hillside above open farmland at one thousand four hundred feet. You can imagine how stunning the panoramic views are, sweeping across Glenlivet to the Cairngorms National Park mountains.
The Cairngorms National Park
This is the largest in Britain and includes the Cairngorms and the Grampian Highlands. It contains many of the highest peaks in Scotland - a Munro bagger’s dream – as well as three of the five Scottish ski centres: Lecht; Glenshee and Cairngorm. The park also encompasses the head waters of two of Scotland's finest salmon rivers, the Dee and the Spey. It is simply a fantastic area for wildlife, nature and solitude.
Finding Bluefolds between Dufftown and Tomintoul
Our cottages are about 1 mile from the B9009 Dufftown to Tomintoul Road.
This original detached farmhouse with large kitchen provides a lovely space for you all to prepare and enjoy the fresh, local-produce to be purchased in Moray Speyside. Welcomes up to 2 dogs. Free Wi-Fi.Read more
This cottage has panoramic views across Glenlivet, with a patio for barbecues. Relax and tour Speyside and the Cairngorms NP. Welcomes 1 or 2 dogs. Free Wi-Fi.Read more
This lovely cottage, in Speyside, has an enclosed courtyard for you to enjoy summer barbecues and sweeping mountain views. Welcomes 1 dog. Free Wi-Fi.Read more
This self-catering cottage has stunning views to the Cairngorm mountains and an atmospheric multi-fuel stove for cosy evenings at home. It is named after a local distillery, GlenDronach. Welcomes up to 2 dogs. Free Wi-Fi.Read more