SPONSORED: Stay in the Cairngorms this summer

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Summer’s nearly here and it’s the best time to head to the Cairngorms.

The national park is teeming with wildlife, birds and gorgeous scenery that is second to none.

There’s plenty to do, especially if you are a fan of the great outdoors, and because of its natural setting, it’s perfect for relaxing and unwinding.

And of course, you will need plenty of time to explore it all, which is why these accommodation choices are vital for your next trip to the Cairngorms.

Berry Cottage

This lovely new build is an architecturally designed, detached luxury cottage situated at Cromdale.

With lots to do in and around the area, why not take the opportunity to book Berry Cottage for your next holiday adventure. It sleeps up to four people and is pet friendly and can take bookings from August 1, 2019..

Breakaway Lodges can offer very competitive commission rates to advertise your property, with broad exposure across many platforms and no joining up or hidden fees.

They are looking to promote your properties, from glamping pods to caravans, large and small self-catering properties for family holidays or chilled out getaways.

Click here to find out more.

Tè Bheag

Tè Bheag is a lovely detached cottage situated in a quiet area of Newtonmore.

Tè Bheag is comfortable and spacious, sleeping up to eight people and is pet friendly.

It has a fully equipped kitchen/dining area and a stunning sitting room with open fire for you to cosy up in front of on those cold nights.

In the garden to the rear of the property you will find a lovely patio area with garden furniture and a kettle BBQ, just perfect for relaxing in the warm summer nights after a busy day exploring the area.

Breakaway Lodges can offer very competitive commission rates to advertise your property, with broad exposure across many platforms and no joining up or hidden fees.

Find out more at the Breakaway Lodges website.

Garden Park Guest House

Garden Park Guest House is a six bedroom en suite guest house in Grantown on Spey.

It was built in 1863 and sitting in 1/2 an acre of well stocked attractive gardens close to Grantown Golf Course, with beautiful woodland walks all around. Only two minutes away is the High Street with its attractive range of family owned shops and eating places.

The hosts, Daniel and Sarah, speak German, Italian and English so there is never a language problem at Garden Park – a very warm welcome awaits visitors from overseas and the UK.

It is in the perfect location for golfing, fishing, bird watching, hillwalking and many other outdoor activities, or just visit for the quiet peaceful walks along the river Spey and a trip on the local steam railway.

The room price includes a full Scottish breakfast or there is a full vegan menu option – on the buffet you will find homemade bread and jams. Lunchboxes are also available on request, each room offers tea and coffee making facilities, a full range of bathroom toiletries, colour television and hairdryer.

After a busy day enjoy the cosy resident’s lounge with TV and a log burning fire for those cold days. Wifi facilities are available in all rooms in the house. A small lockable storage on site and also available and luggage transfer can be arranged to your next night’s accommodation.

Visit the Garden Park website for more details.

Larick House

Larick House B&B, Newtonmore, Cairngorms National Park, is pet friendly and has four comfortable bedrooms, two on ground floor.

Set in its own grounds with off road parking and secure storage for bikes etc. On the ground floor, they offer two doubles (both shower en suite) and first floor one double and one twin, which share an adjacent bath/shower room.

Breakfast is served with traditional fare sourced from the local crofter, butcher and other quality produce from the surrounding area. They offer cooked (meat/vegetarian) or Scottish Platter breakfast options.

The dining room overlooks the garden which is frequented by ducks, red squirrels and a multitude of birds, nature’s entertainment on the doorstep.

Experience comfort with a cosy lounge and stove, TV, free Wifi and a selection of books, maps and leaflets for your enjoyment. They offer a drop off point at the entrance.   Surrounded by mature trees, adjacent to the village loch and short walk to the golf course, tennis courts, bowling green and village amenities.

Click here for more details.

Ruthven House

If you are looking for a peaceful and tranquil break away from it all at an affordable price then Ruthven House Holiday Cottages may be what you are looking for.

Ruthven House sits just outside Kingussie, a short stroll away from the picturesque Ruthven Barracks and the RSPB Insh Marshes.

Kingussie is the perfect place to set up your base to tour the beautiful north and west coast of Scotland. Within two hours you could be in Glencoe; Oban; Fort William; Mallaig; the Isle of Skye; Loch Ness or Inverness.

The area has something for everybody, be it hill walking; cycling; bird watching or whisky tasting at one of the many local distilleries.  If you have ever thought about taking up fly fishing then this may be the time.

Your host offers classes to teach beginners the art of fly fishing.

Creag Dhubh cottage is suitable for a couple and has a double bed. Creag Bheag cottage has been recently refurbished and has a family room with a double and bunk beds.

Click here for more about Ruthven House.

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