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Modern, comfortable studio, Aviemore & Cairngorms

SuperhostNewtonmore, Scozia, Regno Unito
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A bright & cosy Highland hideaway in village location with parking; ideal base for touring locally and as far as Skye & Loch Ness, hiking, wildlife, outdoor activities, winter sports & distillery visits. Studio is self contained wing of owners' home, in wooded garden next to farmland. Conservatory-style living & eating area, king bedroom, en-suite bathroom (bath w/ hand-held hair shower). Galley with fridge/freezer, baby cooker and microwave suitable for ready meals and simple food preparation.

Lo spazio
The studio accommodation is suitable for one or two persons only - located in wooded gardens, with allocated parking space, and adjacent to crofting land, it comprises an attractive pine clad conservatory sitting/dining area, a compact king double bedroom with en-suite bath, hand-held hair wash shower, & WC (towels provided), and a galley area with mini cooker, microwave, and fridge freezer - ideal for simple food preparation or ready meals but not equipped for intensive cooking or gourmet eating! We offer a complimentary self-serve breakfast on the first morning of every guest's stay with us.

Accesso per gli ospiti
Guests have their own private access to accommodation via the main entrance to the property. There is also direct access to a corner of our garden, equipped with table and chairs (guests are welcome to smoke there).

Altre cose da tenere a mente
Newtonmore is a fabulous centre for a Scottish Highland touring holiday all year round - and although there are sufficient attractions to fill more than a few days in the immediate area other iconic tourist sites, including Loch Ness, Urquhart Castle, Speyside Distilleries, Inverness, Isle of Skye, Balmoral Castle, and Eilean Donan Castle, are all in easy reach!

When the Winter season is in full swing Newtonmore is also a great base for snowsports, with ski hire on the doorstep and good access to the slopes on the Cairngorms or the Nevis Range.
A bright & cosy Highland hideaway in village location with parking; ideal base for touring locally and as far as Skye & Loch Ness, hiking, wildlife, outdoor activities, winter sports & distillery visits. Studio is self contained wing of owners' home, in wooded garden next to farmland. Conservatory-style living & eating area, king bedroom, en-suite bathroom (bath w/ hand-held hair shower). Galley with fridge/freezer, baby cooker and microwave suitable for ready meals and simple food preparation.

Lo spazio
The studio accommodation is suitable for one or two persons only - located in wooded gardens, with allocated parking space, and adjacent to crofting land, it comprises an attractive pine clad conservatory sitting/dining area, a compact king double bedroom with en-suite bath, hand-held hair wash shower, & WC (towels provided), and a galley area with mini cooker, microwave, and fridge freezer - ideal for simple food preparation or ready meals but not equipped for intensive cooking or gourmet eating! We offer a complimentary self-serve breakfast on the first morning of every guest's stay with us.

Accesso per gli ospiti
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Newtonmore, Scozia, Regno Unito

The village of Newtonmore has a number of useful amenities including shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and hotels.

We are ideally located in an all-year natural playground with wildlife watching, castles & museums to explore, distilleries to visit, hiking for all abilities, water sports, ski-ing and snowboarding - to mention just a few activities - see the following excerpt taken from the Visit Cairngorms website for more information -

Climbing over the 1000m+ Cairngorm plateau, the highest and most extensive range of arctic mountain landscape anywhere in the British Isles, is an unforgettable experience. Glaciers have gouged deep, high altitude valleys and corries on the plateau; and the altitude and exposure, plus poor soils, produce their own rich eco-system of vegetation, insects and animals. At the foothills of the range is one of the UK's biggest tracts of natural and largely untouched woodland. They contain fragments of the ancient Caledonian pine forest which is home to a variety of animals, including the rare and protected capercaillie.

Other rare animals include pine martens, wild cats, ospreys and ptarmigan. Also to be found is the world's smallest tree, the tiny least willow, and a variety of wild flowers including the delicate pink twinflower. Heather moorland covers over 40 per cent of the Cairngorms and is a product of a particular form of land use. It is largely derived from woodland and scrub, and is the result of grazing and burning practiced over a long period. This has produced a patchwork of heather of different ages to provide food and nesting cover for red grouse and other ground nesting birds, and grazing for livestock and deer.

The straths and glens and other low ground provide the home and workplace for most people in the area. The water in the rivers Spey, Dee and Don is very pure and these rivers, together with freshwater lochs and marshes, are home to many forms of wildlife.

Many of the most beautiful parts of the Park are Sites of Special Scientific Interest (SSSIs). These include the Northern Corries and parts of Rothiemurchus Estate on the west side of the Park; and in the east, places such as Craigendarroch. The Park's natural heritage is very special indeed but a unique and diverse cultural heritage also adds to the area's charm. The cultural heritage of the Cairngorms National Park – from castles and mountain bothies to cultural landscapes and the language and folklore – go back thousands of years.

There are lots of amazing places in the UK which all have something special about them, but the Cairngorms, Britain's largest National Park has lots of them all in the one place! The mountains that have shaped the people, culture, natural heritage, scenery and character of the area dominate the National Park and give it its name, but they're just one of the many reasons to visit!

There is something for everyone from castles, distilleries and gentle strolls to fun parks, quad bikes and extreme sports. The Cairngorms contain some of the best wildlife habitats in the UK (Simon King and the BBC Springwatch Team certainly think so!). Ancient pine forests, arctic mountain tops, lochs, rivers and moorland are home to a quarter of the UK's threatened species. If history's your bag, Highland traditions are still very much alive in amongst a rich cultural heritage. Nowhere else in the British Isles can visitors enjoy such a collection of outstanding environments in one place in such a variety of different ways.
The village of Newtonmore has a number of useful amenities including shops, cafes, restaurants, pubs and hotels.

We are ideally located in an all-year natural playground with wildlife watching, castl…

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Husband and I love to travel. Prefer off the beaten track destinations with great food and wine. As hosts we like to give guests their own space - we're savvy on Scottish tourism and delighted when we're asked for recommendations...but we're never offended if our visitors would rather discover the area for themselves!
Husband and I love to travel. Prefer off the beaten track destinations with great food and wine. As hosts we like to give guests their own space - we're savvy on Scottish tourism a…
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