Location map of Glenferness self-catering holiday cottages
showing some of the nearby whisky distilleries, castles, etc.,


Map showing the location of Glenferness

Staying at Glenferness you may very probably find yourself totally absorbed in the natural landscape of woodland and river; walking, fishing, observing nature, perhaps painting in the artists studio or writing poetry under an old Caledonian pine above the dark peaty waters of the Findhorn.

However, nearby there are many golf courses, a riding school, beaches on the Moray Firth, the very beautiful Lochindorb with it's ruined island castle, Cawdor and Brodie Castles (both open to the public), and plenty of whisky distilleries to visit, each with their own distinctive single malt.

If you are interested in outdoor activities such as river rafting, canoeing, kayaking, hill walking, climbing, skiing, ski touring, and mountain biking, Julie can put you in touch with local companies who specialise in these sports.

Map of Nairn, the Findhorn and Glenferness

To enquire or to book:

Please tell Julie you found Glenferness through About Scotland!

Please contact:
Julie Balgonie

Glenferness House
IV12 5UP
Scotland, UK

Tel/Fax: 01309 651202
or from outside the UK:
Tel/Fax: 44 1309 651202

Other Glenferness pages:

Pine woodland

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