Make Collie your home at any time of year and enjoy the peaceful riverside surroundings in this beautiful part of Speyside in the highlands. Ideal for families, groups ,shooting, fishing, golfing and visiting distilleries.
A deceptively spacious traditional Scottish farmhouse refurbished to four star standard, enjoying a peaceful location on the River Spey, Morayshire. It makes an ideal base from which to explore the Malt Whisky and Castle Trails and enjoy the many sporting opportunities available in the area.
Within an area of natural beauty and scientific interest, Collie is ideal for groups and families whether seeking to simply escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life or looking to participate in all the activities that Scotland has to offer.
Collie provides extensive opportunities for a large range of activities. From the sporting enthusiast to the birdwatcher or historian there's something for everyone.
On the banks of the Celebrated salmon River Spey on Delfur estate, Collie provides spacious and exceptionally comfortable accomodation for up to 12 people over four floors. Collie also has a gun room with compliant gun cabinet, large rod room with drying cupboard, rod racks/wader holders and indoor games/card room in the cellar.
Collie is normally let on a weekly basis from Sunday to Sunday between March and September. From October to January Collie can be let to meet your requirements (minimum of three nights). Collie remains closed for maintenance during February. All fuel, electricity and linen is included. A daily housekeeper is included in the rates.
A.To RothesFrom The North (Inverness, A96 and Elgin) The main A96 trunk road between Inverness and Aberdeen runs through the town of Elgin. From Elgin take the A941 to the small town of Rothes which lies approximately 10 miles to the south of Elgin. From the South and West (Perth, A9, Grantown-on-Spey and Aberlour) From the A9 turn off towards Grantown-on-Spey and follow the A95 to Aberlour. Follow the A95 straight through Aberlour and continue along this road to Rothes. (NB. The A95 turns into the A941 as you pass Craigellachie - do not turn off towards Dufftown or Craigellachie). From the East (Aberdeen, A95, Huntly and Keith) Take the A96 towards Inverness and just as you have driven through Keith turn left onto the A95 to Craigellachie. Once through Craigellachie turn right onto the A941 to Rothes. B. From Rothes to Collie At the roundabout at the north end of the town of Rothes turn onto the B9015, which is signposted to Orton and Mosstodloch. Follow this road for approximately four miles and turn off right onto the B9103, signposted to Keith, 600 yards down the road, before the bridge, take a right turn along the farm road. ARRIVING BY TRAIN from Aberdeen or Inverness Regular train services run from either Aberdeen or Inverness to Keith or Elgin, from where a taxi can be taken to the house. We would recommend having a car for your stay as there are no public services passing the house. ARRIVING BY PLANE Aberdeen (Dyce) and Inverness airports are approximately an hour away. From there, follow the directions above for train or road.
Book now to spend Christmas/New year at Collie farmhouse. Reduction if both weeks taken