Weekend Boutique Bed & Breakfast
WELCOME TO BURNROY HOUSE
Encounter the hypnotising Scottish Highlands from your base at Burnroy House,
in the heart of Speyside in Moray.
Explore the beautiful landscape this area has to offer, from rugged coastal paths
to meandering rivers For the enthusiastic walker, there are many areas to investigate
- the Speyside Way is on our doorstep, and a little further afield, there's the
Cairngoms National Park to the south and Loch Ness to the west.
For the devoted angler, we are surrounded by great rivers for fishing, including the River Spey (fishing permits are required) For those who enjoy a tipple, there are no less than
50 distilleries to visit on the Malt Whisky Trail It's all on your doorstep at Burnroy House
In light of recent events we would like you to know that we are now fully compliant with
all the latest requirements
We look forward to welcoming you back to your Speyside retreat
Please note, we are currently only taking weekend bookings (Friday - Sunday)
YOUR STAY WITH US
A hearty cooked breakfast is served each morning.
Complimentary Wifi is available throughout the house
Explore our gardens before venturing into the Scottish Highlands
Ample parking is available to
all of our guests. We can also provide a covered area with hard floor for bikes & motor cycles
Tea & Coffee
A selection of teas and coffee are available in your room or in our breakfast room
Our home away from home
Our new arrival waiting for our guests
Our luxurious downstairs room
THINGS TO DO
With 50 distilleries in easy reach, we are perfectly located for exploring the world famous malt whisky trail.
For the devoted angler, we are surrounded by great rivers including the River Spey. Please note that fishing permit are often required.
An absolute 'must' when in Aberlour. A beautiful woodlands path reveals the splendour of the Linn of Ruthrie, more commonly known as Linn Falls.
There are many areas to investigate ranging from The Cairngorms National Park, Loch Ness and The Speyside Way
Only 15 minutes away, you will discover one of the finest surviving examples of a Scottish Baronial Castle.
Tourists flock from around the globe to visit this ‘Pearl of the North’.
A number of tracks into extensive woodland right from our front door. A short drive away and you are spoiled for choice with rivers, coastal walks, beaches and much more.
We've just returned from a wonderful weekend away at Burnroy House. Steve and Diane were fabulous hosts and the breakfast was delicious. We will definitely be back! - James & Dani Jarvis
Burnroy House is located off the High Street.
Travelling from Aberdeen, Aberlour or Elgin:
When entering the village turn into the track at the 2nd layby on the right.
Travelling from Inverness, Forres:
Drive straight through the village you are about to leave the village turn in to the track at the 1st layby on the left.