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Nearest travel links

Airport Inverness Airport 49 km
Train station Aviemore 21 km
Car Car essential

Activities near Grantown-on-Spey

Sports Golf course on site or within 15 min walk, Tennis in town, Water sports, Horse riding, Skiing – property near ski resort, Fishing
Great for Walking holidays, Rural or countryside holidays, Cycling holidays

How to get there

Grantown on Spey – Directions | We will advise you to check with your route planner for alternative Tourist Routes; B' roads and rather than using a TomTom or similar use a well graded road map (1inch / 200metres) which will show you roads off the beaten track. They will also show you visitors centres and historical sites plus. This method may be old hat but has far more benefits in the Scottish Highlands. (cloud covers and weather patterns effect all technology). Best advice leave the technology at home.

Directions from the North From Inverness.

Take the A9 Southbound towards Aviemore, Cairngorm National Park and Moray, turning left onto the A95 just before Granish, and almost at the southern end of Forest. Pass by Avielochan, Boat of Garten and Craggan Golf Club, before taking the B9102 into Grantown on Spey.

Directions from the South From Perth,

Take the A9 Northound heading towards Aviemore, Cairngorm National Park and Moray. Pass by Aviemore and the Speyspey Railway, turning right onto the A95 at Granish, just before Kinveachy Forest. Pass by Avielochan, Boat of Garten and Craggan Golf Club, before taking the B9102 into Grantown on Spey.

By Train

Two mainline rail stations serve Grantown on Spey.

Aviemore Rail Station lies 14 mile from Grantown, and Carrbridge which you will find 10 miles.

By Air

Grantown on Spey is located approximately 33 miles south of Inverness Airport (with frequent daily flights to Manchester, London and Bristol) and is accessible by rail/transfer from either Aviemore or Carrbridge Rail Stations. The journey from Inverness Airport taking the Old Military Road A939 over the Dava is quite exceptional. Look out the stone that marks the start of the Cairngorm National Park from Moray and Nairnshire.