Cairngorm Holiday Cottages

For lovers of the great outdoors with a taste for the wilderness, then a holiday in the Cairngorms is a must. Holiday cottages in the Cairngorms offer visitors miles and miles of unspoilt mountain ranges and long virtually unexplored valleys carved out by glaciers in a pre-historic age. Plan your route before you go and make sure you take time to walk the wonderful Lairig Ghru from Aviemore to Braemar, with high peaked mountains and the ancient forests and waterfalls at Rothiemurchus.

4 cottages found 4 match all criteria.

This dog-friendly countryside cottage is located within Douneside's beautifully maintained grounds (all available for guest to use), as are facilities such as the swimming pool, tennis courts, putting green, children’s play park, health club and restaurant.

  • Sleeps 6
  • Bedrooms 3
  • Bathrooms 3
  • Cairngorm National Park

Nuide Farmhouse is a charming, large and pet friendly 5-bedroom farmhouse in rural surroundings that sleeps 10. Set in its own rambling grounds the house is ideal for exploring the Cairngorms and has access to fishing on The Spey. Horse riding can be arranged locally in Newtonmore.

  • Sleeps 10
  • Bedrooms 5
  • Bathrooms 4
  • Cairngorm National Park

Located in the Cairngorms National Park, Alvey House is a Victoria-style Highland Villa in Newtonmore. Alvey, a pet friendly holiday home, sleeps 9 guests in 9 bedrooms (8 en-suite) above the River Spey, 15-miles from Aviemore. A superb location for cycling, walking and fishing holidays.

  • Sleeps 19
  • Bedrooms 9
  • Bathrooms 9
  • Cairngorm National Park

Located within the grounds of the Douneside House and Health Club in the Cairngorm village of Tarland, Casa 23 is a one bedroom dog-friendly ground floor apartment with small living/dining area and log burning stove. Guests enjoy access to the Club swimming pool, sauna and tennis court.

  • Sleeps 2
  • Bedrooms 1
  • Bathrooms 1
  • Cairngorm National Park

The Cairngorms are not only a paradise for walkers. Some may say golf spoils a good walk, but there are plenty of wonderful golf courses to enjoy both at the same time to dispute that belief. This part of Scotland is full of historical places of interest such as Balmoral and Blair Castle, and, for those who enjoy a dram of the hard stuff, a visit to distilleries such as Glenlivet, Dalwhinnie or Royal Lochnagar is recommended. Once you have explored the mountains there are some incredible rivers to meander alongside or fish. For the more adventurous there is Aviemore and the Cairngorms Park, where you can ski or mountain bike down some very exhilarating runs.