This scenic beauty spot on the River Findhorn takes its name from a famous incident in local clan warfare. Unfortunately, the name is completely wrong! To find out why, we have to go back in time, to the 14th century, when the land on the west side of the river was owned by Thomas Randolph, the Earl of Moray. Logie, Grampian, Scotland
Royal Deeside is the name given to the valley of the River Dee from its birth on the slopes of the Cairngorm Mountains to the North Sea at Aberdeen. On its journey, the river flows through some of the most beautiful countrysides in Scotland (and that's saying something!). Grampian, Scotland
Attraction Type: Countryside - Valley Heritage Rating:?
Maintaining its original charm though wonderful period features such as wooden floors and dormer windows – this pretty cottage has been tastefully modernised and comfortably furbished to give the property … Sleeps 6