The Farm Steading
Attractive Stone Built Barn - Aberlour, Scottish Highlands.
Welcome to the Farm Steading, Aberlour
The Farm Steading is an attractive converted stone-built barn and was originally part of the Aberlour Orphanage which opened in 1862.
Located in Aberlour, a small village on the banks of the River Spey in the Scottish Highlands, it's at the heart of malt whisky country with many of the world's best known distilleries in and around the village and some of Scotland's most beautiful scenery surrounding it.
The property is furnished to a high standard with excellent facilities throughout and offers superb self catering accommodation for up to 5 people in 2 bedrooms with an additional fold-up bed when required. Available at any time of the year for short breaks or longer holidays, the Farm Steading is south facing and overlooks a small courtyard and is personally managed by the owners, Rachel and Ian Roger.
Surrounded by breathtaking scenery, the local area is excellent for bird watching, with woodland and hill walking right on the doorstep.
Aberlour is a good base for skiing and snowboarding with the Lecht ski area being excellent for beginners and the renowned Cairngorm Mountain slopes offering challenging skiing for all abilities. There is a good selection of country shops and quality restaurants around the area and great opportunities for those wishing to participate in a wide range of outdoor activities and sports.
We also run a haulage business and here you can see our trucks all lined up and ready to be piped into the parade ring at the annual Keith Show. You can visit the website by clicking here.
Photo courtesy of Stuart Strathdee.
We look forward to welcoming you to The Farm Steading soon
Rachel & Ian
'Great accommodation which was just what we needed for 2 weeks. We have 2 young children and we all had plenty of room and storage for our clothes, which sometimes lacks in accommodation. Rachel was great and made sure we had everything we needed, which we did. Really enjoyable and comfortable. Highly recommended'