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Holiday Cottages Aberdeenshire and Moray

About Aberdeenshire and Moray

Best known for its scenery including tranquil lochs, rugged coastlines, inspiring glens and the beautiful landscape of the Cairngorms National Park. With trails such as the Victorian Heritage Trail, Castle Trail and Coastal Trail, you can explore the rich diversity Aberdeenshire has to offer. Moray is a relatively unknown area of Scotland but the visitors who come here fall in love with its many gems and favorable climate and would like to keep it a secret. With Moray being small and mainly rural, there is a surprising wealth of visitor attractions from a steam railway to a specialist cashmere mill, from a salmon smokehouse to an ice-house. The Keith and Dufftown Railway is an eleven mile line linking the World's Malt Whisky Capital, Dufftown, to the market town of Keith. The line, which was reopened by volunteers during 2000 and 2001, passes through some of Scotland's most picturesque scenery, with forest and farmland, lochs and glens, castles and distilleries. The area's abundant wildlife can be glimpsed from the train, including deer, foxes, buzzards, heron, and much more.
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