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What’s On in january


& february

elcome to the Cairngorms National Park and the combined January and February edition of What’s On, the free events guide. To help you make the most of your time here we’ve put together an essential guide packed with what’s happening in the area. We’ve got some great ideas for things to do, places to see, where to eat and drink, and places to stay. Head up the mountains and cheer on the competitors of the freeride competitions and ski races at Cairngorm Mountain, Glenshee and the Lecht. Be inspired with illustrated talks and workshops. Watch the Siberian Husky Club return for their annual UK race, a great spectacle you don’t want to miss. Kingussie hold their 10th annual Food on Film Festival with an exciting mix of foodie films and creative events. Mar Lodge opens its doors for the Mountain Film Festival, with six epic films to enjoy. The end of February sees Groove Cairngorm return to Cairngorm Mountain and Badaguish with live music and après fun plus we have a new festival from North Hop, celebrating craft beers, gins, street food and live music. The Cairngorms National Park has something for everyone.


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Calendar of Events

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ou are in an all year round destination with lots going on. Use the listings to plan your fun! The Events of Interest list outlines exhibitions and events of interest over more than one day, the Calendar section gives you a day by day list of events and Day by Day shows regular events. For more information on all the events below please refer to

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Events of Interest 30th December, 1st, 3rd January Cinderella Pantomime Macdonald Aviemore Resort. 2-4pm. T: 03448 799152.

21st-22nd January. Gordon Skiers Open The Lecht 2090.

28th-29th January F Royal Canine and l

Siberian Husky Club of GB Aviemore Sled Dog Rally Glenmore Forest, Aviemore. 9.15am-3pm. T: 07990 848898.

28th-29th January F Art Exhibition l

The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey. 12-5pm. T: 01479 873877.

28th-30th January British Freeride Junior Weekend Glenshee Ski Centre. F Free Entry to Event l 4

1st-2nd February

Friday 30th December F Evening Talk: Amazing l

Wildlife Moments by Steve Lovell Grant Arms Hotel, Grantown on Spey. 8.30-9.30pm. T: 01479 872526.

SSSA Alpine Series Primary & Secondary Qualifiers Cairngorm Mountain, Glenshee Ski Centre & The Lecht.

Saturday 31st December

Angel’s Nectar Whisky Tasting Deli Mair, Aviemore. 12-4pm. 3rd-5th February Hogmanay Torchlight Kingussie Food on Film Procession & Family Festival (FOFF) Ceilidh Throughout Kingussie. See daily Nethybridge Community Hall. listings. T: 01540 661506. 7-9.30pm. T: 01479 821436. Hogmanay Banquet 10th-11th February Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 7pm. Mar Lodge Mountain Film Booking essential. Festival 2017 Hogmanay Ceilidh Craggan Room, Mar Lodge Estate, Boat of Garten Community Hall. Braemar. 7.30-10.30pm. 7.30pm. Booking essential. T: 01339 720163. T: 01479 831123. Estate Hogmanay Hootenanny 24th-25th February Victoria Hall, Ballater. 8-11.55pm. Groove Cairngorm Festival Cairngorm Mountain & Badaguish Kincraig Shinty’s Club Outdoor Centre, Aviemore. Booking Hogmanay with Hollow essential. Whisper Band Kincraig Community Hall. 8pm-1am. MAKE SURE T: 01540 651325. ‘WHAT’S ON’ Hogmanay Ceilidh KNOWS Braemar Village Hall. 8pm. WHAT’S ON! Contact Jolene at or register your event online at Hogmanay at the OBI to get your events in The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore. Copy deadline 5th of February 10pm-2am. T: 01479 811137. for March 2017 edition.

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T: 01479 831123. F Hangover Hike 2017 l Zumba with Dionne - For Glenmore Visitor Centre, Aviemore. One Night Only! 11am. T: 01479 861220. The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey. 7-9.30pm. Tuesday 3rd January F Folk Sessions at the OBI T: 01479 873877. l The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore. 8.30pm-12am. T: 01479 811137. Saturday 14th January New Year Afternoon Tea Wednesday 4th January The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Badger Watch Grantown on Spey. 2-5pm. Nethy Bridge. 3.30pm. T: 01479 873877. T: 01479 831768. Sunday 1st January January Rail Jam F New Year’s Day l The Lecht 2090, Strathdon. Thursday 5th January Service - Boat of Garten St Columba’s Church, Boat of Garten. Get Started - Introduction to Patchwork and 10-11am. T: 01479 831252. Sunday 15th January Quilting F New Years Day Walk l Talk: More on the Grantown Museum & Heritage Centre. The Wildcat Centre, Newtonmore. Uplands of Mar 7-9pm. T: 01479 821762. 10am-3pm. T: 01540 673131. Braemar Village Hall, Braemar. 7.30-9pm. T: 01339 741511. Saturday 7th January New Year’s Day Dip! Loch Insh, Kincraig. 11am-12pm. Strathspey Thistle v Nairn F New Year Family T: 07500 505319. County l Ramble Seafield Park, Grantown on Spey. Meet: Glen Doll Ranger Base, 3pm. T: 07826 619110. F New Year’s Day l Kirriemuir. 11am-2pm. Service - Duthil T: 01575 550233. Duthil Church, Carrbridge. Wednesday 11th January 11.30am-12.15pm. Tuesday 17th January Badger Watch T: 01479 831252. F Nethy Bridge. 3.45pm. l Folk Sessions at the F New Years Day Shinty l OBI T: 01479 831768. Challenge Match The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore. Market Stance, Kingussie. 1pm. 8.30pm-12am. T: 01479 811137. F New Years Day Thursday 12th January l Entertainment F Adventures in Quilts l Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. Grantown Museum & Heritage Centre. Wednesday 18th January 3pm-12am. T: 01479 810233. Ballater SWI: Talk by 7-9pm. T: 01479 821762. Maggie Patience F Evening Talk: ‘Costa l Friday 13th January Mike Sheridon Room, Ballater Victoria Rica’ by Steve Lovell Halls. 7.30pm. Grant Arms Hotel, Grantown on Spey. Sunshine on Leith (film) 8.30pm-9.30pm. T: 01479 872526. Boat of Garten Community Hall, Boat F Free Entry to Event l of Garten. 7:30pm.

Square Grantown on Spey Square. 11pm. F Kingussie Hogmanay l Fireworks Kingussie Train Station. 11.30pm. Hogmanay Dinner at the Deeside Inn Deeside Inn, Ballater. Booking essential. festive-events

Monday 2nd January


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Tuesday 31st January

Friday 20th January

F Folk Sessions at the Talk: Sculpt a Superb 2017 l OBI The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey. 7.15pm. The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore. T: 01479 873877. 8.30pm-12am. T: 01479 811137.

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Saturday 21st January British Ski Mountaineering Championships Glenshee Ski Centre. 12-6pm. Strathspey Thistle v Cove Rangers Seafield Park, Grantown on Spey. 3pm. T: 07826 619110. Live Music from Quattro MacJaz Boat of Garten Community Hall. 7.30-10pm. T: 01479 831213.

Saturday 28th January Strathspey Thistle v Formartine United Seafield Park, Grantown on Spey. 3pm. T: 07826 619110. Burns Supper Boat of Garten Community Hall. Boat of Garten. 7pm. T: 01479 831607.

Sunday 29th January Birds Seed and Soup Osprey Centre Loch Garten, Boat of Garten. 11am-2pm. T: 07710 387510. F Aurora; The Magic & l Mystery Talk Laggan Hall. 1-3.30pm. T: 01528 544722. F Free Entry to Event l 6

3pm. T: 07826 619110. FOFF: Masked Ceilidh with Tweed The Badenoch Centre, Kingussie. 8pm. T: 01540 661506. F FOFF: Festival Food Hall l The Badenoch Centre, Kingussie. Time TBC. T: 01540 661506. F FOFF: We Want l Your Loaf Bread Baking Competition The Badenoch Centre, Kingussie. Time TBC.

Sunday 5th February F FOFF: Art Exhibition l

Wednesday 1st February Badger Watch Nethy Bridge. 4.30pm. T: 01479 831768.

Friday 3rd February Asian Infusion Buffet The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey. 7.15pm. T: 01479 873877. F FOFF: ‘I am Love’ Film l Iona Gallery, Kingussie. 7.30-9.30pm. T: 01540 673422.

Saturday 4th February F FOFF: Art Exhibition l

Iona Gallery, Kingussie. 11am-4pm. T: 01540 662900. Strathspey Thistle v Turriff United Seafield Park, Grantown on Spey. What’s On

Iona Gallery, Kingussie. 11am-4pm. T: 01540 662900. FOFF: ‘A Life of Recipes’ Film The Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie. Time TBC. T: 01540 661506. FOFF: ‘The Lorax’ Film Highland Wildlife Park, Kincraig. FOFF: ‘Burnt’ Film The Silverfjord Hotel, Kingussie. Time TBC.

Monday 6th February Talk: Canoeing around the Cairngorms Boat of Garten Community Hall. 7.30-9.30pm. T: 01479 831123. BRHS Talk: Chris Wardle Mike Sheridon Room, Ballater Victoria Halls. 7.30pm. www.ballaterroyalhorticulturalsociety.


Talk: Heather Morning Mountain Cafe, Aviemore. Time TBC. T: 01479 812473. Badger Watch Nethy Bridge. 4.45pm. T: 01479 831768.

Saturday 11th February

Friday 17th February

Love Nature for Valentines Osprey Centre Loch Garten, Boat of Garten. 11am-2pm. T: 07710 387510.

A Night with Heroes The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey. 7-10.30pm. T: 01479 873877.

Tuesday 14th February

Thursday 23rd February Laggan Heritage Talk: Paul Brough Seton Gordon - Laggan Hall. 7.30pm. T: 01528 544722. F l

Saturday 25th February North Hop Aviemore Macdonald Aviemore Resort. 12pm-12am. Booking essential. T: 07554 010082. Lecht Air & Style The Lecht 2090. Time TBC.

Sunday 19th February

F Folk Sessions at the l

Upper Deeside Music Concert Greagg Megan, Ballater. 4.30-6.30pm. T: 01339 753701.

OBI The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore. 8.30pm-12am. T: 01479 811137.

Please check the online calendar at whatson

for further details and extra events

Monday 20th February

Wednesday 15th February Ballater SWI: Talk by Andrew Thain Mike Sheridon Room, Ballater Victoria Halls. 7.30pm.

Living in Antarctica Boat of Garten Community Hall. 7.30-9.30pm. T: 01479 831123.


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Afternoon Tea The Pagoda, Seafield Avenue, Grantown on Spey. 2-5pm. T: 01479 873877. Talk: David “Heavy” Whalley MBE Mountain Cafe, Aviemore. Time TBC. T: 01479 812473.

Wednesday 8th February


Tuesday 28th February F Folk Sessions at the l

OBI The Old Bridge Inn, Aviemore. 8.30pm-12am. T: 01479 811137.

Every Day in January/ February what’s on things january & 2017 tofebruary do

Every Monday F Braemar Health Walk l

Group Under the Mews, Braemar. 10-11am. (Not the 1st Jan). T: 01339 741426. Cash Bingo (18+) Royal British Legion, Grantown on Spey. 7.50pm. (Not the 1st Jan). T: 01479 873690. F Live Music l Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore. 8.30-10.30pm. F Live Music & Dancing l with Raymond Chuchuk Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie. 8.30pm. (Not the 1st Jan). T: 01540 661302. F Live Entertainment l Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm.

Every Tuesday F Glenlivet Health Walk l

Glenlivet Public Hall, Bridgend of Glenlivet. 9.45-10.45am. (Not the 2nd Jan). T: 01807 590689 (evenings). F Grantown Health Walk l Group Curling Rink Car Park Anagach F Free Entry to Event l 8

Wood. 10.30-11.30am. (Not the 2nd Jan). T: 01479 872142. F Ballater Health Walk l Group Glenmuick Church Hall. 1-2pm. (Not the 2nd Jan). T: 01339 755634. F Nethy Bridge Health l Walk Group Meet by Community Centre, Dell Road. 1-2pm. (Not the 2nd Jan). T: 07519 569005. F Live Music & Dancing l with Kenny Nairn Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie, 8pm. T: 01540 661302. F Live Music l Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore. 8.30pm. Quiz Night Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm. T: 01479 810233.

Every Wednesday Community Cafe St Andrews Church Hall, Aviemore. 10am-4pm. F Boat of Garten Health l Walk Group Boat Hotel. 1.30-2.30pm. T: 01479 831562. Rotary Club of Spey Valley Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 6-8.15pm. T: 01479 810233. F Live Music with Swing l Singer George Gordon Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie. 8pm. T: 01540 661302. F Live Music l Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore. 8.30pm. F Live Music with Davy l Holt Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm.

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Every Thursday Kingussie Health Walk Group Badenoch Centre. 10.30-11.30am. T: 01540 661878. F Carrbridge Health l Walk Group Meet by the Old Bridge, Carrbridge. 11am-12pm. T: 01479 841749. F Aviemore Health Walk l Group Myrtlefield Car Park, near Mike’s Bikes. 1.30-2.30pm. T: 01479 810519. The Killiecrankies Cabaret Band Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie. 8.30-11pm. T: 01540 661302. F Jammin Night l Ghillies Lounge Bar, Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie. 9pm-12am. T: 01540 661302. F Live Music with Tweed l Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm. F l

Every Friday F Glen Tanar Health l

Walk Glen Tanar Visitor Centre. 10-11.30am. T: 01339 886072. F Tomintoul Health l Walk Tomnabat Court. 10-11am. T: 01807 590689 (evenings). F Ranger-led Guided l Walk Information hub opposite Visitor Centre Nethy Bridge. 11.30am-1.30pm. T: 07710 387510. F Live Music l Hn Coylumbridge, Aviemore. 8.30pm.


Every Saturday F Live Music l

Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore. 8.30pm. Live Music with Nigel Dyson Singer & Guitarist Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie, 8.30pm. T: 01540 661302. F Live Music l Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm.

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Ceilidh Dancing Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie, 8.30pm. T: 01540 661302. F Sunday Winter Après l Music with Ruairidh Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 6-8pm. T: 01479 810233.

Details correct at time of going to press please note events may change.

Every Sunday Live Music Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore. 8.30pm. F l


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Live Music with Carl Wilson Singer & Guitarist Duke of Gordon Hotel, Kingussie. 8.30pm-11pm. T: 01540 661302. F Live Music l Cairngorm Hotel, Aviemore. 9.30pm.


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See for more information on each of the villages in the area.


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Our local snowsports scene

local stories things to do

t this time of year, the Cairngorms National Park transforms into a winter playground; our three snowsports centres offer skiing and boarding for all abilities; from a family of novices to some of our local Olympians. Outside of the ski centres, we have some of the best back and cross country skiing in Scotland and an abundance of places where families can just sledge and play in the snow.

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Cairngorm Mountain, the Lecht and Glenshee attract thousands of skiers and boarders to their slopes every year. At each ski centre you are likely to see our local youngsters ripping around the hill, honing their downhill racing, freestyle boarding and skiing techniques. Our ski and snowboard clubs are the breeding ground for our future Olympians. Many of the children who attend the primary and secondary schools in the National Park will have been given the opportunity to learn to ski and board as part of their school activities. Locally based charity, Badenoch and Strathspey Schools Snowsports Association, fundraises year-round to give primary school children their first taste of snowsports, with training provided by Cairngorm Mountain Snow School. However, it is clubs and performance squads that take enthusiasm and sheer talent to the next level. Associations, with a strong racing heritage and dedicated to the advancement of snowsports, encourage young athletes to race and have fun.

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Cairngorm Ski Club has been developing local ski talent for over 40 years. The Club boasts a number of athletes who started their performance skiing with Cairngorm Ski Club and have gone on to represent Scotland and Great Britain at the highest levels. The Club has focused on Alpine race training and you will often see members blasting through race gates on Cairngorm Mountain. In recent years, working with Cairngorm Snowboard Club, the Club introduced freestyle ski training and their recognisable blue jackets can often be seen doing tricks on boxes and rails in the snow park. Cairngorm Snowboard Club, also based on Cairngorm Mountain, caters for all levels of rider; from novice to the elite. It is the focus of freestyle snowsports in the Highlands and attracts emerging young riders, with a desire to progress and learn new tricks. At the Lecht you will often see the Gordon Skiers racing team and at the Glenshee


Clubs are always keen to take on new members for their development, race or freestyle teams. Find out more at;;;

Ski Centre, Glenshee Performance Squad; both present a huge range of ski and snowboarding coaching opportunities for youngsters in the east. All clubs offer high quality performance coaching, races and competitions, often delivered by coaches who themselves have come through the clubs. There are ski and snowboard coaches and instructors, working all over the world with some of the top international teams, who learnt their skills and launched their careers with one of the clubs based in the Cairngorms National Park. The Cairngorms has a strong skiing legacy and many of the coaches and instructors will have gained qualifications through BASI (British Association of Snowsports Instructors), headquartered in the Park, at Grantown-on-Spey. Many of BASI’s original members and instructors still live and ski locally. The number of participating young local athletes continues to grow. The Cairngorm Ski Club’s youth membership increased from 60 to 100 in recent years and it continues to expand. This year, working with local high schools and businesses, the Club is launching an on curricular school ski programme, aimed at attracting even more aspiring Olympians and coaches into the sport, and giving trainees more time on snow to enhance their skills. Our local ski centres play an important role through their provision of subsidised facilities and a huge debt is owed to

club committees and volunteers for their tireless work and commitment, helping to organise the clubs, provide quality coaches and hold races and events. Witness the inspiring sight of 100 confident children mastering a mountain and you are left in no doubt as to the influence of the clubs and all those associated with them. The motivation may be to race, represent their club, improve technique, learn new tricks, ski or board faster or have a career in snowsports, but what the young people share, is a passion for ripping round the snow. With this ethos of participation and performance, the clubs and associations should be confident in securing the future of snowsports through quality coaching, partnership and opportunity for all. So, next time you are skiing, boarding at or just visiting one of our local ski centres, keep an eye out for the fastest and best young skiers and boarders; they are likely to be part of one of our local Cairngorms based Ski Clubs.


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Forthcoming Events & Competitions Scottish Schools Snowsports Association Alpine Races for primary and secondary age children from across the Highlands. Qualifying races - 1, 2 Feb at each centre; Gordon Skiers Open - 21, 22 Jan; Glenshee Open - 4, 5 Feb; Hilton Coylumbridge Cairngorm Open - 25, 26 Feb; 2017 Prep Schools Race, Glenshee - 26 Jan.


to do


to do

here’s a whole host of things to do in the Cairngorms National Park and more and more people are discovering just how special this place is. There are so many ways to make the most of our beautiful surroundings so what are you waiting for? See for more ideas and offers.


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Ski & Snowboard Lessons Email us at: | Tel: 07495 028 578


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eat & drink


ook out for local produce & help reduce food miles within the Cairngorms National Park. We really are spoilt for choice. If you’re still stuck for ideas have a look at the next few pages and you’ll soon be inspired!


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Fine Dining in the Cairngorms Lunch, Afternoon Tea, Dinner AA Three Red Rosettes Good Food & Michelin Guides 2017 01540 661166

Dows Store & The Osprey Café

Boat of Garten - Tel: 01479 831 466

Closed from 24th December, reopen 3rd January

Local, Seasonal, Creative Food, Relaxed & Informal Dining Experience.

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Fresh Food & Groceries Firewood & Kindling Serving homemade and locally sourced produce daily Open 7 days a week Home Delivery Available

Boat of Garten 01479 831225

* WEDNESDAY NIGHT PIE NIGHT ~ A Delicious pie with mash or chips, and a beer or wine for only £13 * CELLAR SUNDAY NIGHT ~ Traditional Sunday Roast £12.95. Bring your own wine. * LUNCH SPECIAL ~ Monday to Saturday, daily changing blackboard menu, 2 courses £11.99, 3 courses £14.99 (Normal menu also available. Closed Tuesdays.)

T: 01479 831 466 or E:

Garth Hotel

& Restaurant



Restaurant open 7.30am-9.30pm Lunch served Monday-Sunday 12-5pm Evening meals served 5-9:30pm Early Bird Voucher - Sun-Fri until 6.30pm 15% discount based on pre-booking & taking 2 Courses - booking essential

The Square (Castle Rd) Grantown 01479 872 836 n 16

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Cairngorm Hotel The Place to Eat and Meet Opposite Aviemore Railway Station

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Great Freshly Prepared Food All Day Beers, Wines, Spirits & Malts In the lively Lounge, All Day ‘til Late with Regular Entertainment + Live TV Sports

Bed & Highland Breakfast from £52

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per person, per night

Grampian Road Aviemore 01479 810 23 n THE


COUNTRY HOTEL & RESTAURANT M Family run hotel with a warm and friendly atmosphere M Modern Scottish Cuisine using local produce created by Award-winning team M Good Selection of Wines and Local Beers M Over 70 malt Whiskies M Childrens Menu Restaurant open Tues-Sun 6-8.30pm Reservations Recommended Loch Alvie, by Aviemore - 2 miles S. on B9152 T: 01479 810 207

Royal Tandoori Restaurant and Take-away OPEN 7 DAYS

Lunch 12noon-2pm

Evening 5-10.30pm

Authentic Indian Cuisines Three Course Business Lunch ~ £7.95 10% Discount on Take-away Meals A La Carte Menu Freshly Prepared Coffees Private Function Room ~ Ideal For Stag, Hen Or Birthday Parties

Tel: 01479 811199 or 01479 811118

43 Grampian Road, Aviemore PH22 1RH


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e have a superb choice of quality accommodation in the area. Use the accommodation finder on to help plan your trip and keep an eye on the special offers page for last minute deals and great savings.


Great North Lodges


holiday homes

Group of luxury self catering lodges. Set in fantastic locations, throughout the Spey Valley, within the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland. We cater for all tastes, budgets and party sizes from 1 guest up to 23 guests. (Pets Welcome). Most of our lodges have log fires and wonderful outside Hot Tubs, many have luxury extras, including Saunas, Sky TV, Wi-Fi Internet access and much, much more. “Book Online” or call our Aviemore Office on 01479 812266

tel: 01479 810165 email: web:

Special Offers Festive Breaks from just £465 Stylish self-catering bungalows in Aviemore. 3 & 4 star available. From 1-4 bedrooms. All have TV, DVD, free view channels & Wi-Fi. BBQ, own garden & drive. Some with sauna, wood burner, designer kitchen & flat screen TV. Pets welcome in allocated properties. Guests discounted golf & leisure nearby.

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