Very conveniently located near multiple hiking routes, and right in front of the bus stop from/to Aviemore. Very clean and comfortable, and the receptionist was very helpful and friendly!
Loved the house , facilities and space. Only negatives were some of the cutlery wasn’t clean . And it would be good to have one hand towel and one bath towel per person . Robes and slippers were excellent for the hot tub . Enjoyed wildlife spotting and convenient location for variety of different ...
We had booked on a dinner, bed and breakfast basis. Our room was comfortable and clean. Our dinner was most disappointing as it was buffet style - the choices were poor and included pizza, fish (type unspecified), roast potatoes, Yorkshire pudding but no roast beef. We did not attempt the desserts ...
We had a great weekend, kids and dogs had a great time playing in the wonderful garden.!
We absolutely loved our stay, it was incredible (both the house and the outdoors). We were sad to leave, we wished we could’ve have stayed there forever.
The owners really take pride in their establishment, everything from the Breakfast service and after is a testament to themselves and the accomodation. Really surprised... would happily book to stay again
Nothing rejuvenates your spirits like a nice sojourn into nature. Enjoy some downtime at Cairngorms National Park.
Making your way there is quite the adventure, since it's 85 miles from the country's capital city, Edinburgh, in an area known as Aviemore.
You will be hard pressed to find any accommodations within 0.1 miles of Cairngorms National Park. A distance of 25 miles away, in Inverness, there are a fair number of hotels for your consideration. The Rocpool Reserve Hotel & Chez Roux Restaurant, The Glen Mhor Apartments and Kingsmills Hotel Inverness are some candidates that you want to check out.
You'll be glad to know that Cairngorms National Park isn't all this area has to offer you. The Storehouse (Aviemore) is only 0.1 miles away and it serves up delicious dinners.