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Whether you're looking for a quiet rest or an active holiday, you're sure to find both in and around the Maryhill Log Cabins. 


Maryhill Farm is a livestock and arable hill farm spread over 660 acres planted with grass, barley, oats, or neeps. It has been farmed by the Forbes family for over 100 years. 


If you visit in the Spring you may well see and hear the young lambs and calves in the surrounding fields. 


Sitting on the porch of the cabins you'll see lots of different field birds.

There is an easy hill walk on the doorstep, through the forest, up past Whiteash, at the top of the lane. 


Buckie, an active fishing port, is 3 miles away where you'll find a Tesco, Co-op and lots of small independent stores to meet all your shopping needs. Buckie has a pool, golf courses, parks and restaurants. 


Further afield at Cullen, 7 miles away, you'll find a sandy beach, more golf, restaurants and pubs. You may want to sample the local delicacy - the famous Cullen Skink. 


The North East of Scotland has much to offer - fabulous scenery, fresh air, and lots to do.


Maryhill Cabins are a great launchpad for several world renowned 'Trails' including the Whisky Trail, Castle Trail and Coastal Trail.


Situated close to the beautiful River Spey, in no time at all you can be fishing, playing golf, or out on the water for a boat trip.


It's a Forbes family tradition to climb the Bin Hill at Deskford, where in season you'll find wild blueberries beside the path and a fabulous view from the top across the Moray Firth.


For the more ambitious hill climbers, you might enjoy the Knock, the Muckle Conval, or Ben Rhinnes. Or climb Tap O'Noth to see the second highest hill fort in Scotland, with a well-preserved vitrified wall.


If you're a nature lover you may want to take a look at our Nature Watch page


See the links below for more fun things to do or take a look at Visit Moray

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