Auchriachan Farm sits just outside the village of Tomintoul the Highest village in the Highlands, this is a family farm. After Glamping ourselves we decided this would be an ideal situation to set up our very own Luxury Glamping Pods (we have 4 named after trees - Holly, Rowan, Birch & Oak) & give others the experience that we thoroughly enjoy. Being in the Glenlivet Estate & also in the Cairngorms National Park there is lots to offer, walking, cycling, bird watching, skiing & not forgetting the National Scottish Drink 'WHISKY' lots of Distilleries to Visit.
Auchriachan Farm, Ballindalloch, AB37 9EQ
Tornashean is an elegant Edwardian lodge set in a very tranquil and beautiful location within 65 acres of fields and woodland overlooking its own beat on the River Don. The house is let by the week, very spacious and comfortable, 7 bedrooms, sleeping up to 16 people. Central heating, open fires, large kitchen, formal dining room. Large sitting room and snug. Billiards room with full sized billiards table. Dogs allowed in kitchen and kennel. Beautiful and secure gardens with lovely view down to the river. A number of really nice walks can be taken from the house.
Tornashean, AB36 8UR
Rossmor is a traditional Victorian Villa with stunning views in the Cairngorms National Park. Rossmor has attracted 9.8 from Booking.Com reviews and is part of the Hall of Fame with Tripadvisor for the past 7 years. There are 6 ensuite guest bedrooms, all with comfortable beds, toiletries, free wi-fi and coffee machines. The rooms at the front of the house have stunning views. There is a guest lounge with multi-fuel stove for cooler evenings and a very grand Dining Room where you can watch wildlife on the front lawn during breakfast. There is also a lockable garage for storage and drying room for wet days. Grantown on Spey is the perfect base to explore the whisky trail, Loch Ness, Moray Coast and the network of walking and cycling trails within the national park. Trails start from across the road. You can walk to the River Spey in 10 minutes. Restaurants and shops are a 10-15 minute walk away.
Woodlands Terrace, PH26 3JU
Grantown on Spey
The Crofts of Cairngorm are ideally situated in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, nestling in the hills above Nethybridge with its shops, traditional highland hotel, yet still only a few minutes drive to the vibrant centre of Aviemore,... read more
The Crofts of Cairngorm are ideally situated in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, nestling in the hills above Nethybridge with its shops, traditional highland hotel, yet still only a few minutes drive to the vibrant centre of Aviemore, the UK’s outdoor adventure capital.
Nethybridge, PH25 3ED
Whisky Trail Lodge, located on the main street in the picturesque Victorian Village of Grantown-on-Spey (14 miles North of Aviemore), is the proud new addition to our portfolio. Accommodating up to 14 (13 adult +1 child) guests, Whisky Trail Lodge... read more
Whisky Trail Lodge, located on the main street in the picturesque Victorian Village of Grantown-on-Spey (14 miles North of Aviemore), is the proud new addition to our portfolio. Accommodating up to 14 (13 adult +1 child) guests, Whisky Trail Lodge is a superb 5 bedroomed, 3 ½ bathroom semi-detached granite house and is arranged over 3 levels. You and your guests can enjoy meticulously appointed and spacious areas to relax and socialise both inside and out. A 2- sectioned secure garden, large deck area with dining, an impressive BBQ, barrel bar, and hot tub make for ideal outdoor living.
Grantown on Spey, PH26 3EN
Grantown on Spey
Campsie Campers offer campervan hire at competitive rates. We are a family owned business within easy access to the central (Stirling/Glasgow/Edinburgh) airport and train station links, giving you freedom to travel the Cairngorms National Park at your own pace. Our fully equipped campervans come with everything that you will need for your holiday of a lifetime. We provide late model 2-4 berth campervans, unlimited mileage, sat-nav and diesel heating systems to keep you toasty all year round. We have two VW pop-tops and a range of high roof campervans, including our pet-friendly campervan - Lassie. Please see our website for more details.
Cairngorms National Park, G63 0YB
The Nethybridge Hotel, well known to generations of travelers, is situated amidst the splendor of the Cairngorm Mountains and the lushly wooded Strathspey. This AA 3 Star and Visit Scotland 3 Star awarded Victorian Hotel has magnificent character and is a mere ten minutes drive from the A9 and is close to the Highland capital, Inverness. There are70 bedrooms within the hotel all with en-suite bathrooms, television, hairdryer, direct dial telephone, WI-FI and tea and coffee making facilities. Pet Friendly - Pets welcome at extra charge.
Main Street, Nethy Bridge, Inverness-shire, PH25 3DP
Warm hospitality, excellent service and delicious freshly cooked breakfasts await you at Dunallan, an elegant Victorian Country Villa built in the late 1800s. In addition to the use of our period sitting rooms, Dunallan offers the choice of six beautifully appointed Guest bedrooms, five of these have superb ensuites and the sixth has its own luxury bathroom complete with Victorian Ball & Claw bath and a Luxury power shower. There is extensive private parking including a garage for motorbikes and cycles. We have laundry and drying facilities and there is free WiFi. internet access. Homemade packed lunches are available on request. Bike hire is also available and we can offer advice on routes for walking or cycling both locally in the stunning Anagach Woods beside the River Spey and longer routes around the magnificent Cairngorm National Park. Grantown on Spey is just south of Inverness, and only three hours drive from Edinburgh. Speyside is renowned for its gentle climate, magnificent scenery, forests and mountains. Wherever you go the commanding Cairngorm Mountains are always there in the background. Dunallan is the perfect base for walking, touring, golf and wildlife. Or you can just relax and enjoy the Speyside Malt Whiskies!
Dunallan House, Woodside Ave, Grantown on Spey PH26 3JN
Grantown on Spey
Located in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, at an altitude of 1,112 feet, is the popular tourist village of Braemar (shops, hotels, restaurants). However, being surrounded by nature does not mean the village is isolated. Though situated less than 60 miles from both Dundee and Aberdeen, you can still walk along the main street early in the morning and have a chance of encountering an otter or even a stag! On a quiet road towards the outskirts of the village is Airlie House, with its remarkable exterior of exposed granite with natural larch cladding. This newly modernised property is as delightful as the community in which it sits. Airlie House Cottage has a chic open plan living area, with sleek and stylish galley kitchen units, dining space and a sitting area with television. French doors open onto an enclosed garden to the front of the property with outstanding views over Creag Choinnich, a beautiful hill clothed in pine woods. Beyond the living area is the eminently practical wet room with shower (perfect for getting cleaned up after an adventurous day in the surrounding area) and an attractive twin bedroom with beds that can be joined to make a double. The spiral staircase in the middle of the cottage makes an impressive statement, as well as taking you to a bright, elegant and tasteful double bedroom with en-suite shower room and separate dressing area in the coombs. The Royal Burgh of Deeside in Aberdeenshire has longstanding links to Scottish royalty and has been the playground of numerous kings and nobles since the beginning of recorded history. With its majestic, unspoilt, amazingly varied scenery it is clear to see why it is not only royals that choose to holiday in the area! Robert Louis Stevenson began writing 'Treasure Island' here in 1881 when he was on holiday, the cottage in which he stayed still stands in the village. Guests staying in Airlie House will be residents of the same street on which Stevenson's good friend 'John Silver' lived! As the highest and most mountainous parish in the UK, Braemar becomes a mecca for walkers in the summer, for skiers in the winter and is home to the world famous Highland Games. However, the village offers numerous attractions for those who prefer a less energetic getaway. Braemar Castle stands approximately half a mile to the north east of the village with 12 fully furnished rooms on show and slightly up river from the bridge in Braemar you can explore the ruins of Kindrochit Castle, thought to have been built in the 14th century. The majestic Balmoral Castle and its extensive estate is only a 20 minutes drive from the village offering, amongst other things, guided walks of the gardens, grounds and exhibitions. By prior arrangement you can even sit back and enjoy a 3 hour luxury Land Rover wildlife safari, who knows, you may be lucky enough to see the elusive Scottish wild cats that call parts of the estate home! There are also a number of eateries to sample, including (just 20 yards away) the celebrated 'Taste' coffee shop serving fabulous home baking throughout the day. Also close by is the Highland Heritage Centre if you want to learn more about the history of the area, its royal connections and landscape. Bed linen, towels, oil central heating and electricity are all included in the rental.
Chapel Brae, AB35 5YT