Set between Aberdeen and Inverness, this area offers you stunning scenery. From the Cairngorm mountains, the lush Caledonian forest and the beautiful coastline overlooking the Moray Firth, the lodge is perfectly located to explore this delightful part of Scotland. The rivers are famous for their trout and salmon fishing, and they also supply water used in the making of the Speyside malt whiskies such as Glenfiddich and Glenlivet. Visiting the distilleries is a must during your holiday. There are some great golf courses, plenty of opportunities for walking, cycling and trekking in the Cromdale Hills and Cairngorm mountains.
We love this area for the diversity and abundance of wildlife. As well as many RSPB reserves, you can explore for yourself – or book an experienced local guide – and see some of the birds and animals indigenous to this part of Scotland.
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How to find us
Our Sat Nav address is: Glenlivet View, 4 Glenlivet Lodges, Glenlivet, Ballindalloch AB37 9DR.
From Glasgow, Edinburgh and Perth follow the A9 to Aviemore, then take the A95 to Bridge of Avon. Turn onto the B9008 to Glenlivet where you turn onto the B9009. The lodge is reached by way of a forest track (not suited to vehicles with lowered suspension!) on the left approximately 4 miles from Glenlivet and is signposted ‘Glenlivet Lodges’.
The nearest filling station is Regency Garage, 29 Fife Street, Dufftown AB55 4AP.
The nearest railway station is Keith, which is approximately 20 miles from the lodge. Trains to Keith run regularly from Aberdeen.
The nearest airports are Inverness and Aberdeen which are approximately 55 miles away.
We strongly suggest checking the weather forecast and road conditions before setting out and during your journey. The weather in the Highlands (even in Summer) can be unpredictable and a number of roads are subject to closure during snowfall. We recommend meeting the basic requirements for travel in poor weather.