Chapelhill Croft, 5 miles from Keith, is ideally situated for touring the countryside and coast of the North East of Scotland, being midway between Aberdeen and Inverness. Keith lies in the valley of the River Isla, some 10 miles from the Moray Coast.
The Auld Brig in Keith, a packhorse bridge that was built in 1609,
is well worth a visit, being the oldest remaining bridge in Banffshire
and one of the oldest in Scotland.
The Malt Whisky Trail gives the opportunity to experience the history and the process behind the production of Scotch, one of the world's most popular drinks. Strathisla, the oldest working distillery in the highlands and home to Chivas Regal is an ideal starting point.
You may spot dolphins and deals along the Moray Firth coast along with seabirds, wildfowl and waders.Further inland keep a lookout for deer, foxes badgers ano other species of bird.
There are many properties, many of which are owned by National Trust for Scotland within a short distance from our B&B, you can be sure of a good day out both withn the properties and the grounds.
Fishing is available on the rivers Spey and Deveron, along the Moray coastline and at several nearby trout fisheries.
We have walks to suit all interests and abilities in the area, wether it be a gentle walk along the beach or mountain walks, there are pleanty to choose from on www.walkhighlands.co.uk
There are several golf courses locally that range from coastal links to courses with lovely views, majority of which are open for most of the year.