Two cosy, peaceful holiday cottages high up above the village of Dulnain Bridge with walks directly from the front doors and panoramic views over the Cairngorm Mountains. The cottages are completely separate in their own gardens surrounded by fields in an area that is a haven for bird/ wildlife, including red squirrels and roe deer. 4G available at the cottages for internet access via your phone. Many guests return each year to enjoy the scenery and tranquility. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
Stylish and welcoming, Silverglades offers Four Star holiday accommodation ideal for couples, families and friends. Surrounded by the stunning scenery of the Cairngorms Mountain range in the bustling Highland town of Aviemore, the holiday homes are just a short walk from the heart of the town with pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
The Eagle Lodge is one of a collection of comfortable holiday homes in Aviemore, just five minutes from a good selection of pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities. Sitting at the foot of the magnificent Cairngorms Mountains in the Scottish Highlands, outdoor enthusiasts have a host of activities to enjoy with stunning scenery to relax in. Aviemore is easy to access by train for those who prefer to leave the car at home. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Whatever your reason for visiting the Cairngorms National Park, you'll find a warm welcome at Allt na Braighe. The modern three-bedroom bungalow is in a quiet cul-de-sac just north of the centre of Aviemore, putting you within walking distance of shops, pubs and public transport if you choose to leave the car at home. With skiing, mountain biking, fishing, golf, hiking and white water rafting being just a few of the activities on offer, the kids won't have a chance to say "I'm bored"! Each bedroom can be set up either as a double or twin bedroom and there are two separate living rooms to make Allt na Braighe a comfortably versatile property for couples, families and groups of friends.
Whether you are looking to simply relax in the beauty of the Scottish Highlands or get active, Aviemore is a great choice, particularly for those who enjoy being outdoors. Sitting at the foot of the Cairngorms Mountains, this welcoming holiday home is just a five minute stroll to the centre of this attractive Highland town and has a great range of amenities including pubs, leisure facilities and stunning scenery. Whether you arrive by car or train, Aviemore can offer an action packed holiday at any time of the year. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
A comfy holiday cottage exceptionally well located in the heart of Carrbridge village in the Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands. Ideal for anyone wanting to enjoy the many outdoor activities that the Cairngorms has to offer including ski-ing at the resorts of Lecht and Aviemore during the winter months - all year round appeal.
Aviemore is a popular holiday choice for anyone with an appreciation for stunning scenery, outdoor adventures and those who want to get away from it all and use public transport instead of a car. Stylish and comfy, Silverglades offer a choice of welcoming retreats presented to a Four Star Standard. Sitting at the foot of the Cairngorms Mountains, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in the surrounding area and excellent amenities within walking distance in the town including pubs and leisure facilities. Tourist board rating: 3 Star.
Sitting in a spectacular position within walking distance of Newtonmore in the Cairngorms National Park, this Highland house provides a warm welcome and an impressive venue for large groups of fifteen. Stunning scenery, incredible outdoor pursuits on the doorstep and the chance to sample a taste of Scottish living.
Thirty miles from Inverness and Fort William, this delightful holiday apartment is located at Highland Club, Fort Augustus on Loch Ness. Not only is it in a prime location on the banks of Loch Ness but it also offers excellent facilities. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A beautifully furnished riverside house in Perthshire, providing self catering holiday accommodation with stunning views over the River Isla (fish from the bottom of the garden!). A peaceful setting where you can escape away from it all with a large garden abundant with wildlife and excellent pub within waking distance for meals out. Centrally located in Scotland, there are plenty of attractions for day trips and lots of opportunities for outdoor adventures.
Five Star Highland accommodation. Affording a spectacular position surrounded by stunning Speyside scenery in picturesque Morayshire, this gorgeous Scottish Lodge is perfect for outdoor enthusiasts (including Field Sports enthusiasts) and those seeking peace and tranquility. Right in the heart of The Whisky Trail with the Cairngorms closeby, the area has an abundance of attractions. Tourist board rating: 5 Star.
A selection of stylish holiday homes situated beneath the Cairngorms Mountains in the Scottish Highlands. Just a five minute stroll from the heart of Aviemore with pubs, restaurants and leisure facilities - a fantastic place for outdoor enthusiasts and lovers of spectacular scenery! Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
One of five welcoming self-catering retreats just perfect for those who enjoy outdoor adventures. Sitting at the foot of the Cairngorms Mountains just a five minute walk from Aviemore centre with a great choice of eateries and leisure facilities, this is an excellent base for enjoying all that the Scottish Highlands has to offer. Stunning scenery and an abundance of activities. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
Overlooking the River Findhorn where you can fish for Salmon when in season, this welcoming Highland cottage is perfect for escaping away from it all. The waterside and valley setting is simply stunning with excellent opportunities for fishermen, hill walkers and those who enjoy sight seeing. Part of Cawdor Castle Estate, the cottage sits in Nairn-shire and is within easy reach of the Cairngorms National Park (Aviemore is just half an hour away) and the City of Inverness. With open fires, three bedrooms and gardens visited by numerous birds (and deer) you can tuck yourself away from it all or get out and about and enjoy everything the Scottish Highlands has to offer. Tourist board rating: 4 Star.
A quintessential Highland setting, the cherished Cairngorms provide plenty of outdoor pursuits with mountainous treks for the adventurous types and an exciting mountain railway for those who prefer to travel in style. The railway is fully accessible by wheelchair along with a trail to the summit, so nobody need miss out on the chance to climb Britain’s highest mountain range.
Once you’ve reached the summit and worked up an appetite, you can treat yourself to lunch at the Ptarmigan Restaurant – officially the highest restaurant in the UK. You can even get some retail therapy courtesy of the ‘shop at the top’.
Though the mountain range is understandably the main attraction, there are plenty of other outdoor activities to enjoy and sites to see in the Cairngorms. History fans will will be at home here with the many castles in the area, such as Braemar Castle, which has guided tours from knowledgeable local guides. There are also museums, leisure centres, art venues and beautiful gardens.
The area is home to a number of breweries and distilleries that are well worth a trip, such as the Glenlivet Distillery, offering daily tours that include a complimentary dram of the good stuff. If traditional ales are more your taste, the Cairngorm Brewery also offers tours and a shop full of quality local beers and ales.
A fascinating area that represents the heart of the Scottish Highlands, the Cairngorms is an unforgettably beautiful area to truly get away from it all.