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Parkmore Cottages

A collection of eight unique holiday cottages set in beautiful scenery in Dufftown Scotland, in the heart of Speyside and malt whisky country

Magnificent Scenery

Surrounded by lush green forests and misty Scottish mountains, enjoy the Parkmore scenery indoors relaxing by a wood burner, or outdoors barbecuing on your terrace or deck.

High-Speed Internet

Complimentary high-speed WiFi Internet is available in each cottage at Parkmore. Work remotely or stay in touch with family and friends while you relax in your Scottish home from home.

Log Fires & Barbecues

Curl up with a book or movie beside your cozy log fire during wintertime, or grill up a barbecue with your group during the summertime. Our cottages provide everything needed for a perfect stay.

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PARKMORE COTTAGES

Cottages Features…

Each cottage at Parkmore is unique with its own new and original features, however they all include the amenities below as standard, to make your experience comfortable and homely. We care about your stay and have arranged all facilities needed for a perfect one.

Log Fire
Barbecue
Phone
Free Parking
TV & Freeview
WiFi
Central Heating
Laundry Facilities
DVD
CD Stereo
Double Glazing
Smoking Free

CHOOSE YOUR PERFECT SPACE AT

Parkmore Cottages…

Sheaf End (sleeps 8)

Perfect for a family or group gathering, Sheaf End sleeps up to 8 over 3 bedrooms, one a double bunk room. It features a large lounge and dining area with beautiful views over the surrounding Scottish countryside.

The Farmhouse (sleeps 10)

A large, traditional, 5 bedroomed Scottish farmhouse featuring a private walled garden, two outdoor porches, gas barbecue and large kitchen, The Farmhouse is perfectly suited for a family holiday or friends gathering.

Straw End (sleeps 4)

Straw End accommodates 4 in a double and twin bedroom. With superb views over Speyside, it is an ideal place to relax, rewind and be inspired.
A wonderful space for a family or friends getaway.

Isla Lodge (sleeps 4)

Isla Lodge accommodates up to 4 over 2 double bedrooms. Bursting with character and featuring its very own seperate barbecue house, it’s is the perfect place to relax and get away from it all.

The Corn Loft (sleeps 6)

With 3 bedrooms sleeping 6 people, The Corn Loft is affectionately known as ‘the upside down house’ due to the living room and kitchen/dining area being on the top floor.

The Bothy (sleeps 2)

A beautiful and romantic one bedroomed cottage for two, The Bothy is detached with its own extensive garden sheltered by mature trees which give the feeling of a private, secluded space.

The Stable (sleeps 5)

Accommodating up to 5 people over 3 bedrooms, The Stable features a large lounge and kitchen / dining area which has been beautifully restored to retain the effect of the stable that was the original building.

The Neep Shed (sleeps 5)

The spacious, open plan living area of The Neep Shed offers exquisite views of the surrounding Speyside hills and a wood burning stove for cosy nights in. It sleeps 5 people over 3 bedrooms; one single and two en-suite doubles.

Perfect For Groups

Choose a few cottages for your wedding, celebration or get-together

Best Rates For Weekly Stays

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Experience Speyside and Moray…

Watersports

During the summer months the Moray Coast becomes a haven for watersports and beach lovers. Popular with sailors and surfers you’ll find a full range of watersports to enjoy, from paddleboarding, kayaking and windsurfing to dolphin watching and seal spotting. Lossiemouth, Hopeman, Findhorn, Roseisle and Cullen beaches are all nearby and a perfect day trip […]

Salmon & Trout Fishing

The River Spey is one of Scotland’s big four rivers and anglers come from all over the world to fish here, many to experience the home of the famous ‘Spey cast’. One of Scotland’s finest salmon rivers, the Spey draws anglers not only for fishing, but also for its picturesque scenery and its famous Malt […]

Speyside’s Food & Drink

Speyside’s incredible natural larder is a food lover’s heaven. The range of produce from our country and coast means you can indulge in the very best of meat, game, fish, shellfish and delicious vegetables straight from the land. From the country we have Aberdeen Angus beef, pheasant, venison and haggis, and from the rivers, salmon […]

Dufftown in Speyside

Dufftown is situated amid breathtaking Scottish scenery in Scotland’s north east, approximately 212m above sea level and inland from the nearby Moray Firth coast. Dufftown produces more whisky than any other town in Scotland and, as such, proudly holds the unofficial title of the ‘ Malt Whisky Capital of Scotland ‘. Dufftown is home to […]

Skiing and Snowboarding

For skiing and snowboarding in Scotland, Parkmore is close to the 3 top Scottish ski resorts; The Cairngorms, The Lecht and Glenshee. The Lecht is the closest and only 27 miles away, The Cairngorms 41 miles away and Glenshee 65 miles away. If you’re planning to ski or snowboard while in Scotland, Parkmore is a […]

The Moray Coast

Spectacular coastal scenery, towering cliffs, water lapping on quiet sheltered bays, vast sandy beaches and spectacular sunsets await you along the Moray Coast. Stroll along a white sandy beach, paddle or swim in crystal clear waters, surf, windsurf, kitesurf or paddle board. From boat trips, cycling, sailing, golfing, dolphin and bird watching… the activities to […]

Highland Games

Hear the colourful and proud massed pipe bands and the traditional flair of the Highland dancers at the various Highland Games held throughout the summer months. The highlight of the year on Deeside is the Braemar Gathering, a spectacle of colour and excitement. The highlight of summer in Dufftown is our own Highland Games, held […]

The Moray Firth Dolphins

The Moray Firth is home to the most northerly population of bottlenose dolphins in the world. Numbering around 200, you may be lucky to see one, two or even a whole pod! There are many land-based dolphin spotting locations along the coast including Chanory Point, Spey Bay, Burghead, Hopeman and Nairn. The dolphins can be […]

The Craigellachie Bridge

Also known as The Telford Bridge, this iconic structure was designed by the renowned Scottish civil engineer Thomas Telford. A stunning landmark in the area, Craigellachie Bridge attracts many visitors interested in its history and design. Built from 1812 to 1814 and spanning the River Spey at Craigellachie, it is known as one of the […]

The Keith Dufftown Railway

The Keith Dufftown Railway aka ‘ The Whisky Line ‘ is a unique, historical heritage line running 11 miles between two of the most famous (and beautiful) whisky producing towns in Scotland; Keith and Dufftown. The Keith Dufftown Railway is located just 2km from Parkmore Cottages and Dufftown Campsite. The trip from Dufftown to Keith […]

Scotland’s Whisky Country

Speyside is Scotland’s Whisky Country with Dufftown its proud capital. Look out for some of the greatest names in whisky – there are more than 50 distilleries around Dufftown, each with their own individual charm and unique taste. Discover the famous Malt Whisky Trail which takes in 8 world renowned distilleries and a cooperage, where […]

The Golf

With over 70 golf courses in the region and 15 on our doorstep, from championship links to inland gems, in Moray you are in golfing heaven. Scotland is the home of golf and Moray certainly holds up to that reputation. Enjoy playing at these nearby courses… Dufftown Golf Course Ballindalloch Golf Course Buckpool Golf Course […]

Scotland’s Castle Country

In this corner of Scotland you are never too far from a castle. A selection of 13 of the world’s most unique and striking castles can be found on Scotland’s Castle Trail. Discover secret passages and ghosts, and view a wealth of historic furnishings, paintings, arms and armour. In Moray alone you can enjoy – […]

Cycling and Biking

Whichever direction you decide to take, cycling and biking are fantastic here in Moray. Through winding roads and forest trails, coastal paths or tackling hills, whatever your level, striking landscapes are absolutely guaranteed. With numerous routes starting from Parkmore and Dufftown, you don’t have to travel far to start pedaling. Cycling without a route in […]

Cairngorms National Park

Voted ‘One of the Top 20 places to visit in the World’ by National Geographic Traveller Magazine, the Cairngorms National Park is on your doorstep at Parkmore. The largest National Park in the UK incorporating the most beautiful and spectacular mountain scenery, the variety of landscape is a haven for wildlife including golden eagles, capercaillie, […]

The Beaches

The Moray Coast, with its stunning cliff scenery and breath-taking beaches, was ranked 11th on the list of the world’s most beautiful and unspoiled coastlines by The National Geographic Society’s Travel magazine. In its prestigious sustainable tourism and destination stewardship list, it was ranked ahead of the Antarctic Peninsula and the shores of Bermuda. The […]

Sailing, Boat Building & Fishing

Moray has a fascinating sea-faring history dating back to the 18th century. All along the Moray Coast you’ll find picturesque harbours and fishing villages which were built back when the boat building and fishing industries started, and as they grew throughout the years. Haddock, cod, plaice, mussels, lobsters and prawns are found in abundance in […]

The River Spey & Spey Bay

The River Spey provides the ‘water of life’ for the world renowned Speyside malt whiskies which are made here. The soft, clear waters which flow from the mountains to form the Spey provide the unique elixir which make Speyside malts the most popular in the world. The Spey, the UK’s third largest river, has historically […]

Walks, Hikes & Treks

Around Parkmore and in the wider area you’ll find a wealth of walks, from easy, low-level strolls to more difficult mountain scrambles, whatever time of year. The Moray Coastal Trail is a series of trails covering the coast from Cullen to Forres, with wide sandy beaches, dramatic cliffs, stunning coastal formations and quaint fishing villages. […]