Relax in this stunning Lodge rated by the Scottish Tourist board as 4 star luxury. Take comfort from the log burning stove on cold winter days whilst enjoying the walks, biking, cross country skiing or enjoying the hot tub and beautiful views.
“Following the unfortunate event of having our ski trip to France cancelled, we decided to head up to the Highlands as a last minute 'Plan B'. I must say however this turned out to be a great getaway in it's own right. The house is beautiful and peaceful, with cracking views of the surrounding Cairngorms. We spent 5 nights here and had plenty to do in that time including skiing, mountain biking and hiking. The hot tub was great to come home to after a full day's activity! I have already recommended this place to a friend due to the uncertainty of travelling abroad in the near future. Would definitely come back in the future. Thanks, Luke and Friends”
A beautiful stone cottage in the Scottish Highlands at the center of the National Park, with local restaurants and pubs within walking distance. An abundance of wildlife for nature lovers and a playground for outdoor enthusiast at the foot of the cairngorm maintain range and ski resort.
“Dez, Kat (& Coral) have an amazing little place in Kincraig that my family thoroughly enjoyed staying at during our week in the Highlands. What a perfect base to explore from! It was made very homey for us, even providing safety/play/sleep items to accommodate for our toddler - giving us peace of mind and helping our little guy feel at home while on the road. We do a lot of travel, but I don't think have ever felt as "at home" as we did here. I couldn't recommend it more!”
Kirkbeag, an old church converted to a very high standard, is located on the Aviemore side of Kincraig, nestled in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. It is ideally suited to big family groups. It sits beside the B9152 within walking distance of the village pub & close to Loch Insh Watersports Centre and all the activities available on Alvie Estate. It has a large garden set in forest with direct access to the Speyside Way which provides cycle/walking access to Aviemore (all offroad).
“What an amazing place to spend time with family , every need is catered for in this beautiful home . Very welcoming with many homely touches , spotlessly clean and well situated for exploring all that the area has to offer . We even learned how to cook on an Aga as our visit was as the country was tentatively coming out of lockdown we were unsure of restaurants opening and social distancing . We were well situated for accessing all this beautiful part of the country has to offer. The house is surrounded by forest for lovely walks , we often caught sight of deer and red squirrels with a multitude of birds to spot”