Glenlivet is the glen in the Scottish Highlands through which
the River Livet flows.
river rises high in the Ladder Hills. It flows gently down through
the village of Tomnavoulin and onto the Bridgend of Glenlivet,
flowing under the ancient packhorse bridge before emptying into the
River Avon, one of the main tributaries of the River Spey.
Glenlivet is known for the Glenlivet Estate and the whisky The
Glenlivet. The Battle of Glenlivet occurred on 3 October 1594.
name Livet may derive from the Gaelic liobh + ait meaning 'slippery'
or 'smooth' + 'place'. Alternatively it has been suggested that it
is either an early Gaelic or pre-Gaelic name signifying 'full of
water' or 'floody'.
Glenlivet House Cottage
Self Catering Holiday Home sleeping up to 14 people, but can also be
divided to sleep 5
Glenlivet House Cottage is located within walking distance of The
Glenlivet Malt Whisky Distillery, and is in the grounds of Glenlivet
House (formerly Blairfindy Lodge) a Victorian Shooting Lodge.
Available for self catering is the cottage, a converted steading,
which is comfortable and well equipped, including an Aga cooker. It
is ideal for parties wishing to follow the Malt Whisky Trail, or to
walk, cycle, play golf, fish, shoot, stalk or ski in the season.
Bed and Breakfast:- Two double bedrooms are also
available for Bed and breakfast in Glenlivet House.
Well behaved pets welcome (self catering only).
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