Exploring North Eastern Scotland

Situated halfway between Aviemore and Royal Deeside, Easter Corrie Holiday Cottages make an ideal base for touring and exploring the North East of Scotland.


Traditional Scottish products like malt whisky, smoked salmon and shortbread make this part of the Highlands special for many visitors. Local Scottish arts and crafts workshops offer the opportunity to acquire a unique souvenir of Scotland that reflects the mood of mountain, moorland and sky.

The Moray Coast

To the north is the Moray Firth. Soak up the atmosphere of fascinating fishing villages with beautiful beaches, quaint shops, galleries and quality restaurants. Moray is also home to several world famous Scottish brands including Walkers Shortbread, Baxters Foods and Johnson's Cashmere.

Visit the historic city of Elgin and admire the ruins of Elgin Cathedral, burnt to the ground by Alexander "The Wolf of Badenoch" in the 15th century.

The beach at Lossiemouth
The little fishing village of Pennan

Inverness and Loch Ness

Not far from Glenlivet is Culloden. This is where the Jacobite rising was finally defeated and Bonny Prince Charlie started on his long flight to France in 1745.

The Highland capital of Inverness lies a short distance to the north west. Its extensive shopping facilities and cultural heritage will tempt many visitors to spend a few hours there during their stay in Scotland.

To the west and beyond Inverness are the Central Highlands, and Loch Ness. Superb landscapes and tales of monsters draw the visitor onwards with an absorbing voyage of discovery.

Royal Deeside and Aberdeenshire

To the south and east of Glenlivet lie Deeside and Aberdeenshire. The sheer number of castles, historic houses and gardens bear witness to the long and turbulent history of the Grampian Highlands.

Also within easy reach is the historic city of Aberdeen with its extensive shopping facilities and thriving cultural scene.

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