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Aviemore (12mls NE), The Highlands
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The little village of Aviemore lies right at the heart of the Cairngorms, offering a whole wealth of opportunities for adventurers and thrill-seekers alike. With so much to see and do, you’ll want a comfortable place to cosy up in the evenings and recharge your batteries!
Its famous ski-slopes are undoubtedly the attraction for most of its winter visitors, with snow-sports ranging from skiing to dog sledding if you’re looking to try something different. Visit outside the snow season and you’ll be treated to a whole raft of other activities, including gliding, rafting, horse riding and cycling. It’s not all fast-paced adrenalin pursuits though. The walking opportunities in this area abound, with some of the most beautiful scenery in Scotland right on the doorstep. A trip on the Strathspey Steam Railway will allow you to enjoy the awe-inspiring landscapes from the comfort of your carriage. If you like a tipple now and again, the ‘whisky trail’ which takes in some of the top local distilleries starts from Aviemore and runs all the way to Cullen.
Our well-equipped Aviemore cottages are perfectly located to help you make the most of the area and make sure that you don’t waste a second of your holiday. Whether relaxing in a hot tub is top of your itinerary, or being in walking distance of the local pub, take a look at our collection of Aviemore holiday cottages to find your perfect home-from-home. Our self-catering accommodation in Aviemore also includes dog-friendly cottages so there’s no need to leave the family pet at home.
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