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Highland Folk Museum
"A fantastic place to visit for all ages - really is enough here to spend a day. The staff are very friendly and helpful It is a mile long site so make ..." More

Ard-na-Coille Hotel
"We found Ard-na-Coille after it was recommended to us by friends. I didn't think there were any 5 star guest houses in the Highlands.....well there is and it doesn't disappoint. ..." More

Ard-na-Coille Hotel
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Newtonmore is a traditional Scottish village in the Badenoch area at the south end of Strathspey in the Cairngorms National Park in the Highlands of Scotland, situated 46 miles from Fort William to the west and 46 miles from Inverness to the north. During the Highland Clearances c1800 families were evicted from their homes in the central Highlands to make room for sheep, the Spey Bridge had been built in 1756 nearby with a road network and by 1828 the new settlement of Newtonmore (new big town on the moor) was in existence. The village is a popular resort for tourists and an excellent base to explore the Scottish Highlands, Newtonmore is known as the ‘walking centre of Scotland’ and the village was used as location for filming ‘Monarch of the Glen’. The area is abundant with holiday-homes guest house and hotels; there are shops and amenities, restaurants and bars. Newtonmore is teeming with wildlife and a host of visitor attractions including; Cluny Castle, The Clan MacPherson Museum, Highland Folk Museum and the Waltzing Waters; a spectacular 45 minute water and light show. Activities include walking, mountain-biking, pony-trekking, and mountain sports, bowling, fishing, shooting and there is 18-hole golf course on the banks of the Spey.


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Glenavon House (0.18 miles)

Glenavon House

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A small bed and breakfast in the Highland village of Newtonmore - ideally located for walking, bird watching and exploring the beautiful countryside around the Cairngorms. An 18-hole golf course ... More

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Creag Meagaidh (0.30 miles)

Creag Meagaidh

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Set within the Cairngorm National Park, this small, family-run guest house offers the ideal base from which to explore the wonderful mountain ranges of Cairngorm and Monadh Liath. A comfortable and modern ... More

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Eagle View Guest House (0.35 miles)

Eagle View Guest House

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John and Moira took over Eagle View in November 2004 and completely renovated the whole house. The emphasis is comfort and relaxation. We are well-situated for touring the Central and ... More

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Coig na Shee (0.37 miles)

Coig na Shee
At Coig na Shee you will find a friendly welcome, stylish rooms (no chintz, regency stripes or tartan), peace and quiet, and of course, great breakfasts. Coig na Shee is more than a guest ... More | visit website

Signal Box (0.46 miles)

Signal Box

Something a bit special! This 'quirky' detached wooden property, newly built in 2004 in the form of a signal box, is adjacent to the station in the Badenoch & Strathspey village of Newtonmore. To make ... More

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Croft holidays (0.54 miles)

Croft holidays
Croft holidays is situated 0.5 mile from Newtonmore in the Cairngorms National Park. The main thing our guests comment on is the views of the Cairngorm mountains, which can be seen from the garden. We ... More | visit website
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Ard-na-Coille Hotel (0.63 miles)

Ard-na-Coille Hotel

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Set in 3 acres of beautiful, private, elevated and unspoilt countryside in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, this hotel offers luxury accommodation together with stunning views. Ard-na-Coille is ... More

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Scot House Hotel (2.57 miles)

Scot House Hotel

Welcome to The Scot House Hotel in Kingussie, a typical 3 star Highland Hotel Enjoy our extremly comfortable all-ensuite rooms, award winning meals and friendly and relaxing atmosphere. At the very heart of the Scottish Highlands, amid the ... More | visit website

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The Silverfjord (2.72 miles)

The Silverfjord

The Silverfjord Hotel sits in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland just 10 miles south of Aviemore in the picturesque Royal Burgh of Kingussie. We are open all year round enabling you to take ... More | visit website

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Allt Gynack Guest House (2.77 miles)

Allt Gynack Guest House
Jen and Mart welcome you to Allt Gynack Guest House. We are situated in the heart of the Highlands of Scotland just 10 miles south of Aviemore in the picturesque Royal Burgh of Kingussie. We ... More | visit website

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