A charming stone cottage in the small, friendly town of Grantown-on-Spey, in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.
This really is a cosy cottage, presented to a high standard, offering the opportunity to embrace the wonderful activities available in this area and enjoy the ambience of a pretty town with excellent local facilities.
The fresh and well-presented accommodation is set over two floors, with a cosy sitting room with a welcoming multi-fuel stove, and a small fitted kitchen that is open to a generous dining room where guests can enjoy meals together, on the ground floor.
The dining room also has a double sofa bed offering flexible sleeping arrangements if so required.
The upper floor has three pretty bedrooms, a double, a twin and a single, with a fully equipped shower room in the middle with a shaver socket/light, sink, bathroom heater and quadrant fully enclosed power shower.
Centrally placed, guests can easily walk to the local bakery, butchers and newsagents, or perhaps pop out to one of the lively local pubs for a pre-dinner drink!
The wonders of the Cairngorms National Park are close by and the scenery is simply breathtaking.
With Aviemore just 12 miles south, there is a host of outdoor pursuits available from skiing to mountain biking, or perhaps even enjoying some sled dog trips!
Visit the Highland Wildlife Park in nearby Kincraig, its watersports centre or RSPB nature reserve, Insh Marches.
An area to be explored, enjoyed and remembered, along with this cosy and welcoming cottage.
It is a highly awared cottage with VisitScotland including Bikers Welcome, Children Welcome, Golfers Welcome and Walkers Welcome scheme awards.
About the location
Aviemore 12 miles; Inverness 35 miles.
In the heart of the Scottish Highlands, Grantown-on-Spey has much to offer. There is a variety of shops, bars and restaurants in the town to tempt visitors, or use it as a base for exploring the varied pursuits of the area. Enjoy mountain biking, fishing, golfing on the area’s five courses, walking in the surrounding hills and woodlands, birdwatching and of course following the Castle and Whisky trails. In season, skiing is a popular activity at the nearby Cairngorms and Lecht Ski Centres, while the scenery of the Cairngorms National Park offers tranquil respite from a hectic life, no matter what the season.