Towns & Villages
Set in the Heart of the Scottish Highlands, The perfect touring base for holiday activities and accommodation to suit everyone - great golf, fishing, climbing and walking.
The prosperous town of Kingussie has so much to offer its many visitors. At the foothills of the Cairngorm and Monadhliath Mountain ranges, Kingussie is a paradise for outdoor enthusiasts and all those who appreciate fresh clean air, dramatic ever changing scenery and Highland hospitality.
Pursuits of Nature are the most common reason for visiting Dalwhinnie, hill walking, fishing, golfing and Munro-bagging, but its excellent central location is very often underestimated, access to the West of Scotland (Fort William, Skye, Oban, Ballachulish, Loch Ness) can all be made through Dalwhinnie.
The village of Laggan is situated in the Central Highlands of Scotland, surrounded by the Monadhliath and Grampian mountain ranges, it provides the opportunity to explore the peaceful countryside with the chance to see a wide variety of wildlife from Golden Eagle or Osprey to Red Deer Stag and Pine Martin. There is also an abundance of wild flowers, plants and trees.
Recently established as part of the Cairngorms National Park, Kincraig is area of outstanding natural beauty containing some of the most treasured landscapes and rare wildlife. Vast ancient forests, hidden lochs and heather clad moor lands flank the famous River Spey and its tributaries. The snow capped hills of the Cairngorm range provide a dramatic backdrop to Kincraig's unique setting. A setting tailored for an inspiring yet relaxing visit.
Set against the spectacular backdrop of the Cairngorm mountains and ancient Scottish Pinewoods, Aviemore remains Scotland's favourite all year round visitor destination. Whether you're skiing, snow boarding, climbing, walking or just touring, you'll be doing it in some of Europe's finest and most spectacular scenery.
Boat of Garten
Boat of Garten, a peaceful Highland village, is set amongst heather clad hills and native woodland. Abundant wildlife, magnificent scenery, many sporting and leisure activities and a traditional Highland welcome await you.
Nestling in the very heart of the Scottish Highlands is the delightful age-old village of Carrbridge.
The first of the Scottish ski villages, the history of this small but lively community dates back many hundreds of years with its past reflected in the curved arches of its ancient packhorse bridge - the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands.
Situated in the heart of beautiful Strathspey in the Highlands of Scotland between Aviemore and Grantown, Nethy Bridge is the perfect centre to enjoy the glorious Highland countryside.
The village of Nethy Bridge has been a holiday destination since Victorian times, yet it remains unspoilt, with the majority of accommodation hidden away in quiet locations next to the ancient Caledonian pine forest.
A quite delightful Victorian town set amidst some of the most beautiful scenery in Europe . Enjoy distilleries, castles, the fish ladder and dam, the famous Pitlochry Theatre, great shopping, and superb local walks. The nearby "Queens View" and the visitor centre at Killiecrankie are well worth a visit.
Explore the local Highland towns and villages – every one Scottish, each one different - while on one of our short breaks. Click here for our latest accommodation offers.