Situated on the edge of the popular Speyside whisky trail, the town of Huntly provides a great base for exploring the attractions in the surrounding area.
This neat little town is an interesting place to stroll around. Huntly’s most popular attraction are the ruins of Huntly Castle. Once a luxurious residence of the Earls of Huntly, one of the most important Catholic families in Scotland, it provided shelter across the years to Robert the Bruce and Mary of Guise amongst others. Seven miles south of Huntly sits Leith Hall, a stunning country house run by National Trust for Scotland. Set in a 286-acre estate, the scenic gardens contain flowering trees and shrubs, roses, fruit and vegetables and a little winding stream making it a pleasant place for wondering. A variety of birds of prey in action can be seen at the North East Falconry Centre.
The friendly town of Keith in Moray sits on the Speyside Malt Whisky Trail and is a charming...
Insch is a village two miles north-west of Inverurie in Aberdeenshire.
Rhynie is a village eight miles south of Huntly, while Lumsden is four miles south of Rhynie.
The vibrant and thriving Highland village of Dufftown is the ‘malt whisky capital of the world’.
These are three villages near Inverurie in Aberdeenshire.
Turriff is a small town and agricultural centre 9 miles south of Macduff in north Aberdeenshire.
Fyvie is a village on the River Ythan eight miles south of Turriff in Aberdeenshire.
This large forest in Aberdeenshire boasts a variety of trails for cross-country skiers.
The small villages of Craigellachie and Archiestown lie at the very heart of Speyside.
Alford is a small country town happily nestled in rural Aberdeenshire with a peaceful and tranquil...
Bennachie is one of the best known and most popular places to visit in north east Scotland.
Aberlour is set in spectacular scenery in the heart of 'whisky country' on the River Spey.
The north Aberdeenshire coastal resorts of Macduff and its neighbour Banff are separated by little...
The charming village of Fochabers lies close to the River Spey between Buckie and Elgin on the main...
This beach is a broad sandy bay with the exception of a few small areas of pebbles.
Lying on the Moray coast between Cullen and Banff, Portsoy is a quite charming port village.
Finely situated at the eastern end of Cullen Bay, the attractive seaside village of Cullen is...
Once a thriving fishing and shipbuilding port, today Buckie is a small fishing town on the Moray...
Buckie and Spey Bay lie on the Moray coast and offer great scenery and wildlife nearby.
Cullen Beach is an attractive sandy beach with excellent water quality and plenty of space.
This charming beach is located to the west of Banff in Aberdeen City and Shire.
Portknockie is a fishing village and resort on the Moray coast between Findochty and Cullen.
Findochty is a fishing village near Buckie, at the eastern end of Spey Bay with a small, sandy...
With the numerous golf courses in the area, a coastal town of Banff offers great golf playing...
Mosstodloch and Llanbryde are villages near Fochabers in Moray.
Inverurie, a prosperous Aberdeenshire town situated in the valley of River Don, is a good base for...
Oldmeldrum is a small town north east of Inverurie in Aberdeenshire.
Kemnay and Kintore are villages on the River Don south of Inverurie.
Strathdon is a collection of scattered small communities including Bellabeg and Roughpark, as well...
Nestled in the Cairngorms National Park in the heart of 'whisky country', Glenlivet is a tiny...
Enjoy picturesque village and sea views at Crovie Viewpoint.
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