This secluded eco-friendly cottage annexe, attached to the owners' home, is located on the edge of the town of Kingussie, within the stunning Cairngorms National Park.
Offering contemporary accommodation, this single-storey Kingussie cottage has been thoughtfully created, and is an ideal base for a couple or small group of people who want to enjoy the great outdoors of the Cairngorms National Park, but who will also appreciate being close to a town centre.
Tastefully furnished, this cottage in Kingussie has a king-size double bedroom, a shower room and a bright and spacious open plan living area with a double sofa bed, woodburning stove and French doors which lead you out onto a private patio area, perfect for a quiet evening drink or morning coffee.
The area offers a diverse and exciting range of attractions for all ages, including within a short drive away, the Highland Wildlife Park, the Landmark Forest Adventure Park at Carrbridge, Kingussie Golf Club, and of course the vibrant town of Aviemore, with its all-year-round activities, such as mountain biking, nature treks, skiing and even sled dog riding!
This Kingussie cottage is conveniently placed for whatever you want to do in the area.
All ground floor. One king-size double bedroom. Shower room with shower, basin and WC. Open plan living area with fitted kitchen, dining area and sitting area with woodburning stove and double sofa bed. Utility.
About the location
Aviemore 12 miles.
Situated in the glorious Cairngorms National Park, Kingussie attracts visitors all year round. The town has a fine selection of hotels, shops and restaurants, as well as being home to one of Scotland's most beautiful golf courses. At the award-winning Highland Folk Museum, just 2 miles from Kingussie, demonstrations of traditional crafts take place most days during the summer months in the ‘streets’ of the village-like grounds. Just 12 miles south of Aviemore it is also a popular winter destination for skiers along with the Lecht, with skiing and snowboarding for all abilities. Visit Dalwhinnie, where you can tour Scotland's highest distillery and have the mysteries of whisky making explained (and purchase a bottle!) or go to the Highland Wildlife Park, and explore the habitat walks and be amazed at the wolf territory and a diverse collection of Highland wildlife. An excellent location to tour this attractive part of the Central Highlands, with many of the main attractions an easy drive away.