Thunder in the Glens 2021 (Aviemore)

Aviemore is hosting yet again the Thunder in the Glens Rally – Fri, 27 – Mon, 30 Aug 2021 if you fancy some fun, live music, organised ride-outs & a couple of drinks. 

We at have had many guests/bikers stay with us at Rowlands Self-Catering Holiday Home over many years, which is fantastic seeing return bikers again & is organised by the Dunedin Chapter at

Tickets are on sale now for 2021 at [email protected] & we look forward to our guests staying with us again at MLR Cottages – Rowlands Aviemore.

Safe riding.


New Ski & Boarding Session is Nearly Upon Us Again

re you thinking of coming up to the Cairngorm Ski Centre ( for some winter sports this year or just take in the fantastic/breathe taking scenery with a wee walk or you can take the Funicular Train to the top of the Cairngorm Mountain. If you are thinking of staying in Self-Catering Accommodation at We have a 4 bedroom property that sleeps 8, plus a baby & we are very dog friendly! Check out guests reviews at: HomeAway property ref:730113.
Hope to hear from you soon.

Helen and Gary Law
MLR Cottages
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Helen – 0775 4499375

Christmas 2014 week available at RiverView Cottage, Keswick

Due to a cancellation, the week of 20 to 27 December is now currently available at RiverView Cottage. Sleeping 6, the cottage has 3 double bedrooms plus 2 bathrooms. Keswick is a fantastic place to be at Christmas, and if you’re lucky you may get the usual views of Skiddaw covered in snow. Please contact us if you are interested in booking this week. For more information visit, we look forward to hearing from you!

Marvellous views of Skiddaw and Latrigg!

First blog – The good thing about a stay at RiverBank, other than the marvellous views of Skiddaw and Latrigg, is the fact that you can walk straight out the door onto the path to two of northern Lakes’ most spectacular fells with stunning views of Keswick, Borrowdale and beyond. With the walk up Skiddaw a little more challenging, Latrigg is a closer, easier walk with options for different approaches and returns. In October 2012, we took over 5 year old for an afternoon walk to take in the Indian summer and views of Keswick. From the back door, cross the river via the footbridge and head to the Keswick Leisure Centre and Pool at the end of Station Road. Go round the back of the leisure centre and head towards the car park exit. From here turn left and head along the road then pick up the signs for the footpath to Skiddaw. Passing through a residential area, there is a lane which heads toward a bridge over the A66 and from here just keep heading up!