Attractions

  • Ben Rinnes

    Address:
    Glen Rinnes, Keith, UK .

    5 miles from Hillside Havens is the (Corbett) Ben Rinnes at 2,759ft it is a great walk for all the family, on a clear day you get fantastic panoramic views of the surrounding area. 

  • Ben Aigen

    Address:
    Ben Aigan, Aberlour, UK .

    Ben Aigan is a hill in Moray rising to a height of 471m to the east of the River Spey, which flows along the foot of its western and northern slopes. It lies to the east of Rothes and north east of Craigellachie. The Speyside Way passes over the shoulder of the hill.

  • Balvenie Distillery

    Address:
    Balvenie, Balvenie Distillery, Dufftown, Keith, UK .

    If you visit Speyside for its whisky, then a Balvenie Distillery tour is something that you will not want to miss.  A heritage still with its own malting floor and cooperage, and made with barley that is locally grown, this is an essential tour for the whisky enthusiast.

  • Glenfiddich Distillery

    Address:
    Glenfiddich Distillery, Dufftown, Keith, UK .

    Glenfiddich is a Speyside single malt Scotch whisky produced by William Grant & Sons in Dufftown, Scotland. Glenfiddich means "valley of the deer" in Scottish Gaelic, which is why the Glenfiddich logo is a stag.

  • Aberlour Distillery

    Address:
    Aberlour Distillery, A95, Aberlour, UK .

    Located just 7 miles from our pods, Aberlour Distillery offers tastings and a small gift shop.

     

  • Speyside Cooperage Visitor Centre

    Address:
    Speyside Cooperage Visitor Centre, Aberlour, UK .

    Visitor centre for traditional barrelmakers with a coopering exhibition and live demonstration.

  • Keith Dufftown Railway & Sidings Cafe

    Address:
    Sidings Cafe, Dufftown, Keith, UK .

    Keith Dufftown Railway & Sidings Cafe

  • Auchindoun Castle

    Address:
    Auchindoun Castle, Keith, UK .

    A hidden gem that is well worth the trek!  A dramatic ruins set in the panoramic views of a rugged countryside.

    Located just 2 miles south of Dufftown on the A941 there is a car park at the top of a rough track, but you will still need to walk a good bit to access the ruins.