Nethy Bridge remains largely unspoiled since Victorian times with pretty grassy areas, a sense of community and the true spirit of a highland village. The area also annually houses some famous residents - the Loch Garten Ospreys as seen on BBC 'Springwatch'!
This latest 2-person lodge is much in the style of the the Cairngorms National Park Design Award winning 'Woodman's Hut', opened in 2011. Perched, this time, at the edge of waterfowl ponds with native goldeneye and widgeon alongside mandarin,... read more
An exceptional waterside and wildlife location with remote forest and moorland walking from the door. It will take you 5 minutes via the Woodman's Path to reach the Poet's Seat looking direct to Cairngorm, the Northern Corries and Bynack Mor and another ten minutes to find yourself immersed in the rare and intriguing juniper 'forest' of neighbouring Lettoch Farm. Legendary hot water open sky bush shower and sweet airy composting toilet.
The Lazy Duck: hostel, off grid huts and lightweight camping
The Maltings, a beautiful 250 year old stone built former oat mill nestled in an idyllic tranquil valley called The Garlyne. Craigmore wood on the front doorstep with hundreds of acres of mature trees and Caledonian pines, miles of tracks to be... read more
This is a unique micro 4-tent campsite, in line with Lazy Duck's green practices (GTBS Gold Award) and out of respect for what is a pristine environment. A priority is to welcome and enchant our campers whilst inviting them to help protect the... read more
VERY SMALL - 4 tents of 1, 2 or 3-person size only. Pre-booking always recommended, preferably via the online calendar as we are often busy with livestock or in the wood and beyond telephone range. A simply furnished wet-weather shelter that can be used for cooking and candle-lit dining also provides a gathering space for this small tent community when the weather dictates. In fine weather campers can light the chimenea fire where they can sit and share a glass of wine, marshmallows and good stories under the stars. A rare experience is the popular 'Aussie bush shower' hoisted under an ancient willow tree where a single bucket of gently sprinkling hot water proves its worth and the view of the forest, deer and red squirrels is all yours. There's a hammock for lazy days and a 2-person sauna (with music) and woodfired hot tub for relaxing and a touch of luxury after exertions in the outdoors. The Well Being Studio can sometimes be booked for a deep tissue massage from a visiting practitioner.
The Lazy Duck
Foresters Lodge is an exquisite 19th century stone lodge which sleeps up to 10 people. It has been recently refurbished to offer the very finest in self-catering accommodation. This large house offers many luxurious features to enhance any... read more
Outdoor hot tub, Sauna and Spa area, Open fire in lounge, Wood burner in snug, Games room with Pool table and Bar, River Nethy at foot of garden, Weber barbecue, Child friendly, Dog friendly
2 Self-Catering Units on secluded grounds, in quiet village of Nethy Bridge. The Chalet at Mondhuie sleeps 6 - 8, and the Bothy at Mondhuie sleeps 4.