Blervie House is a historic Scotland-listed Country House that has been renovated over three years, resulting in a house that offers traditional elegance combined with today's modern conveniences. The House is in private grounds overlooking stunning views of the Moray Firth and has a comfortable, relaxing atmosphere. Luxury fittings and furnishings abound. The House is a large family home, and guests are invited to experience it as a home. Every room is unique; certain rooms have extensive walk-in showers, 2 with a step-up (listed property), and there is a lift to all floors. We are always happy to advise on the benefits of individual rooms.
There is level access from the main entrance to:Bedroom: Robertson Morning RoomSitting RoomDining RoomThe GardenThe Terrace
Access with steps
Level access bedrooms
Getting hereFor further information on accessible travel in Scotland, go to Transport Scotland.
Travel by public transport
Blervie House is in a very rural situation in the Scottish Highlands to make the most of a stay in this area most people will need a car when staying here. We do have extensive parking for any size vehicle on site and there is no need to book or request parking.
Travel by taxi
Blervie is situated in the Scottish Highlands and is best enjoyed with your own transport however various local taxi firms will arrange private daytime tours and we can make appropriate recommendations.
The drop off point is a Portico at the front door of this Listed Residence that enables visitors to drop off within 1m of the front door.
Path to main entrance
The House is a Listed Mansion built of substantial proportions and quality. The steps are very generous and we are always on hand to provide additional assistance.
Getting around inside
Accessible bedroom Robertson
Bathroom fittings are white and wall colours are darker.
This is one of many guest lounges on the ground floor close to the main door and the lift. It has easy access, a lot of room and wide doorways.
This lounge is easily accessible on the ground floor with level access and stunning views over the Moray Firth.
Place to eat and drink
Blervie House serves traditional Scottish Country Fare using the best local seasonal produce available.
The Reading Room is designated a quiet relaxing room for guests to enjoy reading or watching the TV in a quiet relaxed manner.
Getting around outside
There are a number of routes to the Rear Gardens the route many guests choose takes them out of the Front Door and round the side of the house on to the Sun Terrace - which is a level route.
The Terrace is a great place to enjoy breakfast or afternoon tea in the sunshine
Customer care support
We have walking sticks, walking poles, serious reader lamps, magnifying lights and magnifying glasses plus an extra large TV screen.
We will happily point out the most accessible sockets and work with guests to satisfy their needs.
Emergency evacuation procedures
We are a new business and will always work with our guests requirements, if any guests have special requirements and they can advise us in advance we can always put appropriate measures in place.
Customer care support
Blervie is a family owned and run Guesthouse. Our ethos is to talk to all of our guests in order to share information with them to make their stay enjoyable. We do not provide various information formats however this property is our home and we live on site. We do find it more beneficial for all parties to our guests and help them plan accordingly to get the best out of their stay whether it relates to their stay in our home or visiting some of the local sites.