Holmhill House luxury ski house
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House | 9 bedrooms | sleeps 14
Holmhill encapsulates the essence of Victorian grandeur with its period features and the delightful proportions of its living space. The incredible detailing of the cornicing clearly demonstrates the skills and workmanship of craftsmen from yesteryear.
However, there is also an understanding that modernity must play its part in making a family holiday to remember and therefore, wireless broad-band, high-definition television with surround sound and a fantastic multi-room music system (do bring your music on an iPod/iPhone!) are also a given.
The property itself is situated in almost an acre of private garden in one of the quietest and most sought after neighborhoods in the town. With tremendous views of the Cairngorms and the added bonus of the town centre just a 5 minute walk away; convenient for groceries, eating out and of course there are also a few pubs to settle into should you wish.
|Size||Sleeps up to 14, 9 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Inverness, Nearest railway: Aviemore|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, TV, CD player, Pool or snooker table, Games room, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||9 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms and 4 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (4), Single beds (6), Cots (1)|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden|
|Access||Parking, Wheelchair users, Lift access|
|Further details indoors|
Two Downstairs WC.
Lift and stairs to first floor
Two king-size bedrooms, en suite with balcony and view of Cairngorms
One king-size bedroom, en suite
with adjoining single bedroom (can be used as a family room or separate bedrooms)
One twin, en suite with garden view
Two single bedrooms with garden view
House bathroom with bath, level access shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Stairs to second floor
One king-size bedroom with combed ceiling
One single bedroom with combed ceiling
Bathroom with bath, over bath shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Fully serviced option available by separate arrangement
Luxury linen and towels
All heating and electricity
A maximum of two dogs are welcome
|Further details outdoors|
Large enclosed garden with garden furniture ans a gas barbecue.
About this location
The Aviemore and the Cairngorms region
The Scottish Highlands have something for everyone, castles, gardens, wintersports,walking, fishing, shooting.
Near to Holmhill are:-
Rothiemurchus: Lots to see and do including Ranger-led Walks, Land Rover Tours, a range of Outdoor Sports and Activities - the Visitor Centre will give you all the information you need.
Cairngorm Reindeer: Britain’s only herd of Reindeer found free ranging in the Cairngorms.
Strathspey Steam Railway: A fascinating insight into the age of steam with 10-mile steam trips through 'Monarch of the Glen' country.
Culloden Visitor Centre: An unmissable experience whether you are a Jacobite or a Hanoverian!
Landmark Forest Theme Park: Excitement for all ages in all weathers - fantastic watercoaster, exhibitions, viewing tower, tree-top trail, climbing wall and more,
Revack Estate: Visitor attraction set in 350 acres of outstanding scenery, Walled garden, Ornamental lochs, 10 miles of walks and trails, Gift shop and Restaurant. Rich in wildlife,
Speyside Heather Garden & Visitor Centre: A multi-award winning Visitor Centre with over 300 varieties of heather, famous Clootie Dumpling Restaurant, Art Gallery, Craft Demonstrations, Heather Exhibition and so much more.
Highland Wildlife Park: Experience Scottish wildlife as well as international endangered animals of mountains and tundra in this spectacular setting. Drive around the Main Reserve in your own car and then investigate the walk-round area by foot.
Highland Folk Museum: The Museum brings to life the domestic and working conditions of earlier Highland peoples. Visitors can learn how their Highland ancestors lived, built their homes, tilled the soil.
The Whisky Trail: Strathspey is famous for its distilleries so why not visit several during your stay.
Cairngorm Mountain Railway: Britain's highest and fastest mountain railway taking you to the Ptarmigan restaurant at the top with panoramic views, exhibition, shop and access to winter sports.
Castles: Many to see including Cawdor, Ballindalloch and Brodie
Grantown on Spey as its name suggests, sits on the banks of one of the world’s finest Salmon Rivers. It is also the Capital of Strathspey and a key town within the recently formed Cairngorm National Park. Within a few minutes stroll from Holmhill there are forest walks, river walks, cycle tracks, a golf course, Salmon and Trout fishing, bird and wildlife watching and much, much more.
Grantown on Spey is a perfect base for exploring the Highlands with wintersports in the Cairngorm mountains, Loch Ness and the World Famous ‘Malt Whisky Trail’ only a short drive away.
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21 Aug 2014
"Great base to explore Speyside"
A lovely, and very large house. Traditional but with all mod cons. Centrally located and easy access to all that Speyside has to offer. Spotlessly clean and well provisioned bedrooms and bathrooms. … More
12 May 2014
Fantastic Easter break with family. All you could want from Victorian splendour toall mod cons. Stunning views of the Cairngorms from balcony. Weather, fishing, walking superb. Cannot wait to go b… More
30 Sep 2013
Eleven family members stayed at this beautiful family home. We received a very warm welcome from Judy the housekeeper, she had baked us home made scones to have with our afternoon coffee, they were lo… More
Thank you for your wonderful review, it is very important to us that our guests enjoy Holmhill as much as we do so it's lovely to get such positive feedback.
We couldn't do it without Judy and her scones are gorgeous!
19 Sep 2013
Granton is the perfect spot, and Holmhill House was a superb location, and home. The caretaker Judy is a star, and greeted us warmly and responded to our many queries with promptness. The house is l… More
Thank you for your lovely review, I'm so glad you enjoyed your holiday and Holmhill lived up to expectations. Judy is indeed a star!
25 Jun 2013
"Perfect for family get together"
Holmhill House was a great venue for a gathering of 13 of us (3 generations) to get together to celebrate my dad's 80th birthday. The house is beautifully presented, very comfortable, and manages… More
I'm sorry this response is so late - I thought I'd responded but I think there was a technical error and it failed to post.
Thank you so much for your very kind words. I'm so glad you enjoyed your stay and the birthday celebrations. Our dogs love it too!
11 Mar 2013
"Fantastic Property! Highly recommended!"
We organised a friends get together at Holmhill House over a long weekend in March. This beautiful property has the wonderful grandeur of an old Victorian property but is fully equipped with all the … More
Thank you for your great review and we hope to welcome you back in the near future. Lisa
29 Dec 2012
"Lovely and Cosy"
We stayed there over Christmas, a party of seven who got lost in such a huge house. Great facilities, well presented, fully equipped, spotless and comfy. Very helpful owners, thoroughly recommended.… More
Thank you very much for your lovely review. We're glad you enjoyed your stay at Holmhill. Lisa
17 Dec 2012
"Almost a good place."
Not desperately impressed. The heating wasn't turned on until we got there - in the Highlands in winter that meant spending the first day wearing hats and coats indoors for the first day. Also, w… More
It's always disappointing when people re-arrange the facts to make a good story.
As you will see from the listing above, Holmhill House sleeps 14 in total. Ms Fielding's booking was confirmed in writing as 12 adults and 2 children (there was no requirement for a cot) - so 14 in total means we're full.
We were asked if we would accommodate the group's arrival 4 hours ahead of the normal entry time and again we were happy to oblige.
On arrival, there were actually 14 adults along with two children in the group. This is obviously a significant problem, but rather than ruin their break by turning them away, the Holmhill Team went into overdrive. We located an extra bed, assembled it and made it up with fresh linen, we then made a cot available for one of the children thereby freeing up another bed for one of the additional adults. We would have declined the booking at outset had we known how many people were going to be staying in the house.
The Highlands do get very cold and for this very reason, the central heating has to be on every day in the winter whether there a guests staying or not. On arrival, all guests are shown where the control for the heating system is and written instructions are also left to ensure that they know how to use the system. We did get a call at around 5.30pm that afternoon from Ms Fielding to say that she couldn't get the central heating to work, we reassured her that we would have someone with her as a matter of urgency. We received a second call 15 minutes or so later to say that they had worked out how to switch it on and all was well.
At the end of their break, we raised with Ms Fielding the problems that had been caused to us by her turning up out of the blue with two more adults than had been expected and charged a token £100 for all the work, effort and inconvenience that had been caused as a result.
We make every effort to ensure that all our guests have a fantastic experience at Holmhill House and we are always disappointed when people don't enjoy their stay but as the saying goes, you can't please all of the people all of the time (but we do try - honestly)!
29 Aug 2012
"Holmhill House August 2012"
We went here to celebrate our silver wedding with our family which included people who had travelled from the south of England and Australia. It was a huge success. The accommodation was ideal and … More
Thank you so much for your fantastic review. We are also delighted that you are returning to Holmhill next year. Lisa
28 May 2012
"May bank holiday rental 2012"
Very comfortable and well equipped accommodation in a great location. Would definitely recommend Holmhill House.… More
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