Bluefolds Highland Holiday Cottages -

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Discover Our Three Cottages

Our cottages are based on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park, in Moray Speyside, Bluefolds Highland Holiday Cottages are situated high on a hillside above open farmland at one thousand four hundred feet. Arriving through the hill farm driving up the track you see the stunning panoramic views, sweeping from the Ladder Hills on the left across Glenlivet to the Cairngorms National Park mountains and the Cromdale Hills on the right, for the first time.

Bluefolds Cottages - Aberlour Cottage
Bedrooms on ground & first floor


Sleeps 1-4, 2 Bedrooms

2 First Floor Bedrooms

The Dronach

Sleeps 1-6, 2 Bedrooms

3 Bedrooms, open Floorplan

The Glenlivet

Sleeps 1-8, 3 Bedrooms

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The Cairngorms National Park

Is the largest National Park in Britain and includes the Cairngorms and the Grampian Highlands. It contains many of the highest peaks in Scotland - a Munro bagger’s dream – as well as three of the five Scottish ski centres: Lecht 2090; Glenshee and Cairngorm. The park also has the headwaters of two of Scotland's finest salmon rivers, the River Dee and the River Spey. It is simply a fantastic area for wildlife, nature and breathtaking scenery.


Between Dufftown & Tomintoul, Our cottages are about 1 mile from the B9009 Dufftown to Tomintoul Road, you drive through the farmyard taking the left hand track. Follow this track for half a mile before arriving at the cottages, high on the south face of Ben Rinnes.


Relaxing by the fire with a wee drink of something, experience the panorama and seclusion of the location and plan days out with family and friends exploring the surrounding area with everything from Archery to Zip Wire available to make memories that last a lifetime. “THE FREEDOM OF CHOICE IS YOURS”


Chris and Sue, would like to welcome you wholeheartedly to Bluefolds self-catering holiday cottages. We are both passionate about the lifestyle Scotland offers us especially having a soft spot for Moray Speyside and the Cairngorms National Park.

Above Portsoy Harbour