Families and couples can all stay comfortably in this quiet holiday cottage, as it sleeps up to five people in three comfortable bedrooms. The interior is spacious with lots of natural light through windows that frame woodland views. There is plenty of space outside as well, with both the house and garden being child and pet-friendly. Aonach, which has accommodation all on one level, is in the Cairngorms National Park, three miles from Kingussie and within easy reach of Aviemore. Beautiful walks and mountain bike trails lead from the door, with the cottage having secure bike storage and off-street parking.
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.
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.
Any outdoor enthusiast will be overjoyed with the excitement on offer in Aviemore. It’s the UK’s premier skiing and snowboarding resort, with CairnGorm Mountain providing plenty of thrills for all abilities. When the snow melts, get on your bike and explore the rugged off-road wilderness of the national park and surrounding area, including the Glenlivet Mountain Bike Trails Centre and Wolftrax Bike Park.
Scotland is the birth place of golf, and the facilities in and around Aviemore are superb, with the Spey Valley Golf Course having been voted one of the best in the UK. Hiking, mountaineering, canyoning, gorge swimming, and rafting on the River Spey are even more ways thrill seekers can get their daily dose of adrenalin.
You don’t need to be an adrenalin junkie to appreciate a self-catering holiday in Aviemore. The CairnGorm Mountain funicular railway takes you to the peak with ease; and you can’t miss a visit to the Cairngorm Reindeer Centre where you can watch the UK’s only free-range herd of reindeer in their natural habitat. Aviemore’s shopping is a mix of independent boutiques, homewares and gift shops, giving you the perfect choice of souvenirs.
With incredible scenery, unspoiled landscapes, and friendly locals who are happy to share their knowledge to help you get the most out of your stay, you’re sure to have brilliant holiday in Aviemore.