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This National Park is a well kept Scottish secret. It may be a little more out the way than the Lake District; but at twice the size it’s well worth travelling for. With skiing, plentiful wildlife and imposing castles there are endless possibilities of things to see and do here.

Don’t forget to pack your camera. With glistening locks, winding paths and impressive castles, the scenery is breathtaking. If you love the idea of a snowball fight in summer, take a trip to the Cairngorm plateau! Even in August there is still a little snow at the top. Mountain biking and walking are popular activities here, but for something a little different take a trip down the Malt Whiskey trail. The Cairngorms really is an outdoor adventurer's paradise.

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Holiday Cottages In The Cairngorms To Rent

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This National Park is a well kept Scottish secret. It may be a little more out the way than the Lake District; but at twice the size it’s well worth travelling for. With skiing, plentiful wildlife and imposing castles there are endless possibilities of things to see and do here.

Don’t forget to pack your camera. With glistening locks, winding paths and impressive castles, the scenery is breathtaking. If you love the idea of a snowball fight in summer, take a trip to the Cairngorm plateau! Even in August there is still a little snow at the top. Mountain biking and walking are popular activities here, but for something a little different take a trip down the Malt Whiskey trail. The Cairngorms really is an outdoor adventurer's paradise.

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  1. Martin

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    "Lovely lodge in a stunning setting, with so much to do in the area that we were absolutely spoilt for choice. The surrounding landscape is breathtaking. The lodge is extremely well-equipped, including features not mentioned in the online description (e.g. hairdryer, iron, the most ingenious built-in ironing board contraption, DVDs, books etc.). The outdoor furniture is comfortable, and the decking area is very spacious. Beautiful and relaxing to sit outside in this very quiet, private holiday park!The welcome pack provided (including a bottle of lovely red wine!) is a really nice touch - we were stunned to find ample tea, coffee, even biscuits and fresh milk upon our arrival. Thank you so much!Unfortunately, the wifi (a free feature provided by Park Royale - we looked in vain for any information re. wifi specific to the lodge itself) is erratic, keeps dropping out or does not work at all, and we eventually ended up paying for BT wifi with Fon for want of a choice. Please also be aware that this lodge is more suited to average-sized and smaller people. We are both of the larger, taller variety and e.g. did not dare use the shower in the en-suite, as water would have ended up splashing over the top, between cubicle and wall, on a daily basis, whilst the cubicle itself is also on the small side.Having to walk quite a way upon arrival in order to obtain the key to access the holiday park and lodge, and the same in reverse when leaving in order to deposit the key, is also not a particularly user-friendly aspect, even less so in adverse weather conditions.Also, on a Saturday evening there is loud music (during high season, as we understand) staged by a venue across the river Tilt (outside of the control of the lodge's owner or the holiday park management), from early evening until late at night."
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  2. Julie

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    "It's the little things that make S22731 our favourite cottage - the pint of milk in the fridge, the tea bags & sugar that mean you don't have to dash to the shops the minute you arrive, the loo roll that you've forgotten to bring and the logs & kindling for the fire. We first visited in 2008 and the cottage looks just as good now as it did then. It's comfortable, it's got everything you need (unlike some places where you only get 2 plates you can actually have your pie/salad/etc on a plate in the middle of the table as there is plenty of everything). The location is great - secluded enough to be nice and relaxing, but just a walk into the village, or a short drive to the most amazing cake shop (suggested to us in 08 by the caretaker - thank you! It's become a firm favourite). We watched stars at night, ate cake during the day and squeezed in a trip to see polar bears and snow leopards - what more can you say about the location! Hopefully we'll be back again!"
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  3. Mark

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    "This is our fourth stay at S22731 and our sixth visit to Newtonmore. The cottage is located at the edge of the village and close to shops, pubs and petrol station as well as having walks on the doorstep. We have always found the drying/utility room a great asset, although this last visit we were blessed with amazing weather so did not need to make so much use of it. The wood burning stove rapidly turns the house into a very cosy place on a chilly evening. The layout works well for a holiday cottage. We liked the recent changes to furniture, especially in the sitting room area. The garden is fully enclosed and therefore safe for a dog to wander about, although the latch on the gate will need replacing soon to be absolutely sure it is secure. There is a very friendly robin who visits the bird table so it is worth buying him some seed from the village post office. It would be nice if a handful of dishwasher tablets could be provided. "
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  4. Helen

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    "A really well equipped lodge made for a fabulous holiday! Really clean and everything that you could need is provided, plus lots of other thoughtful things such as books, jigsaws, games etc. Owner was super friendly and helpful over email with any queries we had. Area is beautiful. We timed it perfectly over the May Bank Holiday weekend with the Athol Gathering and Games - definitely worth a visit. Blair Castle is a short walk away, as it the Watermill Bakery. Lots of lovely walks along the river and surrounding woodland. River is great for bathing in - didn't need to pay for the swimming pool! Blair Athol Distillery is also great for a visit - their single malt is fabulous. Lots of shops and cafes in Pitlochry. Killiecrankie was also great. Didn't venture much further as the weather was too good and we spent our time by the river with the kids.Highly recommended by us to families. Many thanks to Mandy!"
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  5. Julie

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    "This is the second time I have stayed at S22952. The cottage is light and airy and is in a secluded and peaceful location. The cottage is well equipped and there is a tv in each room. The owner, Bob, is friendly and welcoming. There is no WiFi (I didn’t miss it) but this is available a short distance away at Glenshee Pottery and Cafe. The nearest supermarkets are in Blairgowrie, about 12 miles away but basics can be obtained from the post office at Bridge of Cally. There is wildlife in abundance in the area - a stoat, hare and roe deer visited the garden. It was relaxing to watch a wide variety of birds on the feeder just outside the window. The cottage is in a good location for visiting Perthshire and the Angus glens as well as Braemar and Balmoral."
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