Scot House Hotel
Newtonmore Road Kingussie
Contact: Paul Simpson,or Colin Wilkins.
Tel: 01540 661351
£19.00 single, 38.00 double pp - £60.00 single, 90.00 double pp per night Other Currency
Sleeps Up To 9 all ensuite twin or double rooms
Scot House Hotel Grading : 3
Children Allowed : welcome
Pets Allowed : sorry, no pets
Smoking Policy : NOT permitted inside residence
Alcohol License : yes, on sale
Parking Available : present
Wheelchair Access : present
Scot House Hotel Kingussie - Colour TV, tea and coffee making facilities, direct dial telephone, ample car parking
This award winning 3-star Victorian hotel sits at the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, amid the magnificent scenery of the Scottish Highlands
With a bar and restaurant, the hotel is 15 minutes south of Aviemore, and lies within a 20 mile radius of 10 championship golf courses.
Enjoy comfortable rooms, outstanding meals and a friendly and relaxing atmosphere. Following a major refurbishment, rooms feature new en suite bathrooms. King-size rooms now have whirlpool baths and bathrobes provided for your comfort.
There is a wealth of things to do in this glorious area between the mountains, in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. The popular TV series 'Monarch of the Glen' was filmed in several locations all around - to the west, for example, Laggan was Glenbogle village. An easy drive takes you to the magnificent sights of Loch Ness, recently featured in the Movie "The Water Horse: Legend of the Deep".
The museums at Newtonmore and Kingussie with their reconstructed buildings give a vivid insight into the old Highland life. Native wildlife (including wolves) can be seen at the Highland Wildlife Park at Kincraig. There are very entertaining working sheepdog displays near Kincraig.
The area offers a fabulous range of activities. In addition to the watersports centre on Loch Insh, Newtonmore and Kingussie both offer fine golf and also ponytrekking. The new Championship Spey Valley Golf Course is only a short drive from the hotel. Hunting and fishing can be arranged through the local estates. Walkers also have a huge choice, from the high-level routes on Creag Meagaidh (a national nature reserve) west of Laggan, (itself a good waking base). There is a Wildcat Trail round Newtonmore, plus an interpretation trail around Loch Insh - though with miles of mountains and forests, this is all excellent walking country.
The Cairngorms is Scotland’s finest mountain sports and skiing centre, with everything from sensational snow boarding and skiing, to stunning high and low level walks of all grades. For a more relaxing winter activity, visit the local reindeer herd and join in feeding the animals.
Scot House Hotel - Kingussie - Highlands
Contact: Paul Simpson,or Colin Wilkins. Tel: 01540 661351 - Website: > (Click Here)