Cairngorms Cottage Holidays
From wildlife to whisky
Home to deer, red squirrels, hares, eagles and more; the Cairngorms National Park is a wild and wonderful part of Scotland. From wildlife spotting to outdoor activities and exploring the area’s history; there is lots to see and do here.
With so much natural beauty surrounding you, this is the perfect place to get outside and enjoy the great outdoors. There is an amazing breadth of activities on offer here, from water sports to winter sports and everything in between. If you prefer a slower pace to your holidays, there is something for you too. From cosy tearooms to local museums and imposing castles, there is a wealth of things to experience in the Cairngorms’ towns and villages.
The Cairngorms is a beautiful place. Whether you’re after stunning sunsets, rare wildlife or breathtaking landscapes; this National Park will not disappoint.
This National Park is the largest in all of Britain, and it has a lot to offer nature-lovers and wildlife enthusiasts. Keep your eyes peeled for the animals that call the Cairngorms their home; such as hares and eagles.
Whatever the season, the Cairngorms can be a beautiful and magical place to visit. In the winter embrace the snow, go skiing or even try spotting some reindeer.
Plan your trip
Explore the Cairngorms
The town of Aviemore is a gem of the Highlands. Stay here and you will find yourself within easy reach of lochs, mountains and forests; there are many activities to try too. The town is also well equipped with amenities for your stay.
This village offers amazing views. There are plenty of Munros nearby that you can tackle during your stay. If history is more your thing, Balmoral castle (pictured) is also within a short drive.
Ballater is a Victorian village. It is surrounded by some of the most impressive scenery and from wildlife spotting to golf, there is plenty to do here. It is also only about an hours drive from Aberdeen.
Types of Holiday in the Cairngorms
The Cairngorms is well suited to a holiday with your dog. Miles of countryside, plenty of fresh air and lots of pet-friendly accommodation make this a pet lover’s paradise.
Imagine relaxing into warm bubbles after a long day in the great outdoors. This could soon be a reality in one of our lovely cottages with a hot tub in the Cairngorms.
When the evening draws in and there’s a chill in the air, what could be better than curling up in front of a roaring fire. The Cairngorms has dozens of cosy cottages with log fires to choose from.
The Scottish Highlands can be found in the north of Scotland. This area offers some of the most amazing and remote scenery in Britain. It is also home to a wealth of wildlife, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled as you explore.
Perth and Kinross is home to some wonderfully diverse landscapes; from moorland and forests to waterfalls. It is also home to Perth, Scotland’s newest city. Wherever your interests lie, there is something to enjoy here.
In Moray, visitors are treated to a stunning coastline as well as a slice of the Cairngorms National Park. See if you can spot dolphins in the Moray Firth, try some local whiskey or visit one of the many local attractions.