Travel to the North-East of Scotland
Due to the rural location of our cottages the easiest way to travel in Moray and the Cairngorms National Park is by car. However you may wish to travel to the North-East by air, ferry or rail and hire a car for your stay. It is recommended that you arrange your hire car before travelling to ensure that one is available when you arrive.
Travel to North-East by Rail
Our nearest railway station is at Aviemore with a regular service from Edinburgh, London and the south. Travel by day with The Great North Eastern Railway on the route of The Flying Scotsman and enjoy the scenery, or overnight on Scotrail's Caledonian Sleeper and awake refreshed in the Highlands and ready for your holiday.
Ferry Services to Scotland
Ferries are available from The Netherlands to Newcastle; Calais to Dover; Zeebrugge and Rotterdam to Hull. There are also links from from Belfast and Larne to Cairnryan.
- DFDS Seaways Amsterdam to Newcastle, Calais to Dover
- P&O Ferries Rotterdam to Hull, Zeebrugge to Hull, Larne to Cairnryan and Dublin to Liverpool
- Stenna Line Hook of Holland to Harwich, Belfast to Cairnryan
Fly to The North-East of Scotland
Our nearest airports are at Aberdeen or Inverness but, if you are exploring other areas of Scotland, there is also Edinburgh and Glasgow. Regular direct flights are available from Heathrow, Gatwick, Luton, Southampton, Bristol, Norwich, Birmingham, Manchester, Leeds/Bradford, Humberside, Newcastle, Teeside, Isle of Man, Belfast, Dublin and Jersey.
There are direct links by air to Aberdeen, Inverness or Edinburgh from many European cities including Amsterdam, Paris, Frankfurt, Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Copenhagen and Stockholm.
- British Airways
- KLM Dutch Airlines
- Easy Jet
- British Midland Airways
- Eastern Airways
- SAS Scandinavian Airlines
- Car Hire Inverness Airport
- Car Hire Aberdeen Airport
We hope you find this useful and look forward to welcoming you at Bluefolds self-catering cottagesin Moray, North-East Scotland.
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