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Impressive view towards this magnificent house
Experience the grandeur as you dine in style
Natural light flows in adding to the allure of this charming room
Relax and take in the opulence of this beautiful property
An open fire is the perfect place to gather on chilly days
Spacious kitchen
Twin bedroom
Twin bedroom
Take in the view from the terrace
Surrounded by beautiful landscapes
View towards this majestic property
Surrounding views
View towards the property
Large lawn perfect for sunny days
Enjoy your stay in this truly wonderful holiday home
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3 / 15  Natural light flows in adding to the allure of this charming room
4 / 15  Relax and take in the opulence of this beautiful property
5 / 15  An open fire is the perfect place to gather on chilly days
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10 / 15  Surrounded by beautiful landscapes
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14 / 15  Large lawn perfect for sunny days
15 / 15  Enjoy your stay in this truly wonderful holiday home

Burgie House

Forres, Moray

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Sleeps 25
Bedrooms 13
Bathrooms 10
Change Sat
pets Dogs welcome 2
Enclosed garden / patio
Open fire / woodburner
Internet access
Games / Play facilities
Pub nearby
Shop nearby
Beach within easy reach
Fishing onsite / nearby
Family friendly
Sky TV
Party houses
Wedding venues
Towels included
Travel cot available
Highchair available
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At a glance

  • Magnificent Scottish country house with its grandeur, splendour and abundance of character, the perfect place for hosting a special occasion
  • Visit the region's museums, heritage centres, take in the historic sites and Speyside's malt whisky trail
  • Explore the outdoors walking, cycling, horse riding and visit the local beaches to catch site of  the bottlenose dolphins
Property code: CA053

This striking, spacious holiday home stands proudly in 1,500 acres of woodland, paddock and lawn, perfect for large groups to enjoy the serenity of the setting.

Close to the Moray coastline and 4.5 miles from the shops and amenities of Forres town centre, this classic country house provides wonderful accommodation for a multi-generational group. With a total of 13 bedrooms sleeping up to 25 guests, there’s plenty of room for family and friends to spend a comfortable holiday here, whether it’s for a relaxing reunion or a big celebration. There is a spacious ‘ceilidh room’, perfect as a play area or dance floor, as well as the 1500-acre estate to explore, which includes an arboretum, small lochs, and woodland trails.

Charmingly decorated with an eye to traditional decor and antique furnishings, the house retains a homely, lived-in feel. Landscapes and portraits hang on the walls, which are painted in warm colours, and there are three open fires to keep you warm and cosy of an evening. Storage isn’t a problem here: there is a larder and three fridges for your food supplies, while the laundry room, utility, and the rear hall with its area for coats and boots can be used for storing other items. Climb the front steps into the house, and immediately relax. Enjoy dinner together in the dining hall, seated at the long table. When your meal is finished, and you’ve discussed plans for tomorrow’s adventures, head to a soft seat in front of the fire in the drawing room, or play a few games of billiards in the basement room. Younger guests will love the quiet snug, where they can escape to watch TV. Get a peaceful night’s sleep in one of the traditional bedrooms and wake up to pretty countryside views. The kitchen/diner is good for relaxed breakfasts and snacks, before spending time walking or cycling around the estate’s trails, taking part in field sports or relaxing on the lawns in the sunshine. In the afternoon, light the BBQ for fun al fresco dining.

Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.

Please note there is a refundable £500 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.

Read more Code: CA053

  • 13 bedrooms - 4 doubles, 1 single, 7 twins and 1 family room
  • 10 bathrooms – 2 bathroom with shower over bath and WC, 1 shared ensuite bathroom with bath, WC and Jack and Jill doors, 2 ensuite bathroom with shower over bath and WC, 3 ensuite shower room with WC, 1 ensuite shower room,  1 ensuite bathroom with large old fashioned bath and WC. 1 separate WC
  • Electric hob and double oven, Aga, 3 fridges, freezer, washing machine and dryer
  • Open fire - starter pack of logs included, additional logs available for purchase
  • 3 TVs, Sky, DVD player
  • Wi-Fi included
  • Private garden
  • BBQ
  • 2 dogs welcome, restricted to the ground floor and to stay off furniture. Kennel available.
  • Children’s play equipment
  • Catering and housekeeping available on request (at an additional cost).
  • Electric and heating included. Please note that during the winter the central heating is fuelled by wood chip and is occasionally stoked solid fuel and is re-stoked three times a day, however, the boiler room is accessed from outside the house.
  • Available by prior arrangement at an additional charge: field sports on the estate, catering and housekeeping
  • Shops 4 miles away in Forres
  • Private water supply

This is a fantastic part of Scotland to visit with a range of activities to suit everyone, from strolls along the pristine beaches, and challenges on championship golf courses, to distillery tours. History lovers can discover Brodie Castle (8 miles), Cawdor Castle (18 miles), and the historic battlefield of Culloden, site of the last Jacobite uprising (26 miles).

Wildlife enthusiasts must visit Findhorn Bay (5 miles) where you can stroll over dunes at low tide and see seals and other marine life.

Go shopping in the market town of Forres (4 miles) which has a choice of pubs, eateries, and shops to browse, a town museum, and a view of Nelson's Tower which stands in a commanding position over the town on Cluny Hill. Hop aboard a train at Forres station for a journey to the Kyle of Lochalsh, the gateway to Skye. Go shopping in Elgin (9 miles) where there's also a distillery.

Sporting fun can also be enjoyed by your entourage; try wild brown trout fishing on picturesque glassy lochs, or clay pigeon shooting to bring out the competitive spirit. If your guests are flying in to join a family gathering, then Inverness airport is in reach (24 miles).

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Impressive view towards this magnificent house
Experience the grandeur as you dine in style
Natural light flows in adding to the allure of this charming room
Relax and take in the opulence of this beautiful property
An open fire is the perfect place to gather on chilly days
Spacious kitchen
Twin bedroom
Twin bedroom
Take in the view from the terrace
Surrounded by beautiful landscapes
View towards this majestic property
Show 3 moreSurrounding views

Lisa Hogg

This property is personally managed by Lisa.

LOCATION

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