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Lovely third floor Newtonmore cottage apartment in centre of popular village. Sleeps up to four people. Open plan living accommodation. Ideal for summer walking, mountain biking or winter skiing. Aviemore 15 miles. (Ref. 7790)
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Stunning Cairngorm National Park. Friendly highland village. Smart, spacious and stylish close to excellent amenities. Woodburner. WiFi. Private garden and very well-equipped. Fabulous outdoor pursuits. (Ref. 930533)
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Impressive, spacious and luxurious house in the fabulous Cairngorms National Park. Stunning views. Private orchard. WiFi. En-suite bedroom. Close to outdoor pursuits. Kingussie 3 miles. (Ref. 906812)
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Immaculate modern semi-detached cottage. Excellent facilities and comfort assured. Central Cainrgorm National Park. Friendly village with good facilities. Wildlife, scenery and outdoor pursuits all close by. Kingussie 3 miles. (Ref. 947876)
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Superb wooden-built detached house in Newtonmore. Quality accommodation. Excellent outdoor pursuits from doorstep. Aviemore 15 miles. (Ref. 906844)
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100-year old detached cottage in Newtonmore. Spacious, good quality accommodation. Close to village amenities. Excellent outdoor activities in local area. Kingussie 3 miles. (Ref. 2532)
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Quirky signal box in Newtonmore. Quality upside down accommodation with sauna. Excellent outdoor pursuits on doorstep. Aviemore 15 miles. (Ref. 1304)
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Please find below a selection of self catering holiday cottages to rent in Newtonmore, Scotland.
Escape from the crowds this year and holiday in a Newtonmore cottage at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.
This delightful Highland village offers a peaceful, welcoming atmosphere and every facility you might need during your stay - mini-markets, Post Office, souvenir shops and a variety of eating and drinking establishments serving home-cooked food, local ales and Speyside Highland Malts.
The location is hard to beat, nestling amidst a magnificent landscape of imposing mountains, picturesque glens, secluded lochs and ancient forests. And as you can imagine, this natural wonderland provides a fantastic backdrop for enjoying numerous activities.
Walking is the number one attraction, with direct access from the village to a good selection of low level routes and several of Scotland's highest mountains, known locally as Munros. Don't miss the 10km circular Wildcat Trail, which weaves through woods, over moors and alongside rivers. Or test your stamina on a full day's hike into the Monadhliath Mountains.
Other activities include fishing, mountain biking, bird watching, horse-riding and sailing on nearby Loch Insh.
For a change of pace, head for the banks of the River Spey to the local golf club, where immaculate fairways and challenging greens unfurl amid breathtaking scenery - a common distraction!
And when it's time to experience local culture, Newtonmore has its own folk museum offering an insight into times past; while the traditional pursuits of shinty, bagpipes and Highland games still rank high on today's list of local pastimes.
So, for a true taste of the Highlands, book a Newtonmore holiday cottage soon!