Testimonials

We’ve been thrilled to have seen many guests returning for over 25 years now

Our holiday has been as brilliant as always - the wildlife has been amazing again. I've put the details of the cottage on a wildlife photography group I'm a member of on Facebook. We had four red squirrels one morning squabbling over the feeders, plus the usual array of birds

Sarah Weaver Atherstone, April 2016 April 11, 2016

Cosy well equipped cottage in a peaceful location but well situated for touring. The owner was friendly and helpful without being intrusive. I would have no hesitation in recommending the property to others  

Martin Scott Carlisle, February 2016 April 11, 2016

“Close to Cairngorm and Lecht ski slopes. Lecht better, quieter for kids who are learning. Cottage great. Near to Aviemore and Grantown,”

Brian Davis Keswick, January 2016 February 9, 2016

"Cottage very comfortable as usual. Very peaceful. Grantown nice local town,"

Mrs Reid Aberdeen, October 2015 February 9, 2016

"Cottage lovely and cosy - right away from it all. Just what we wanted. Good bird and wildlife,"

Kirsty and Brian Cook Edinburgh, October 2015 February 9, 2016

“Up for week's cycling and walking every year. Cottage perfect if you like it quiet. Love the area,”

Karen and Roger Mertens Ostend, September 2015. February 9, 2016

"Great gardens and very safe for the kids. Very central for getting around the whole area. Landmark, wildlife park, watersports, beaches all close,"

Vicky Drummond Leicester, July 2015. February 9, 2016

“Cottage very quiet but everything you want is close. Inverness 30 minutes. Loch Ness not much further. Distilleries and castles near by. Plenty of shops in Grantown. Cottage perfect for us. Peaceful garden,”

Marie and Bernard Rousseau Lyon, July 2015 February 9, 2016

"Stunning views of the Cairngorms - still plenty of snow on them this year. Lovely walks with our dog straight out of the cottage door,"

Christine Robertson Ayr, June 2015. February 9, 2016

"Very quiet and the best cottage we have stayed in for wildlife - red squirrel, hare, deer and a great variety of birds,"

Ruth and Gordon Pearson Durham, May 2015 February 9, 2016

 

Cairngorms National Park