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“Just Perfect !!!!!!” To Susan, thankyou for letting us stay in your beautiful holiday home, it truly was home from home. We had everything we needed and the little extras were very kind of you such as coffee pods, shortbread, soaps and towels. We had two days of fabulous skiing, visited the Highland Wildlife Park and was extremely lucky to see the polar bear cub!! We also visited the swimming pool at the Hilton which was great. All in all we had a fabulous time , thanks again.
“Great location, dog and child friendly would definitely return” We spent a great week with our young baby and dog, the bungalow was ideal. Aviemore centre was only a short walk and the country club virtually a stones throw. Cairngorm brewery was only just around the corner an well worth a look. Seemed like Aviemore had plenty to offer families through the year and great for walks. Bridge Inn was dog and baby friendly and we had an evening meal at Papa Rock, great food and very family orientated, dogs allowed in the front bar area. If you have a less than obedient dog (like ours) the garden was not fully enclosed and there was no hot water the day we arrived, the boiler did come on overnight and was fine the rest of the week.
“This was our third visit to Birchtree Cottage, a perfect location for many local attractions.” There are local attractions to suit all tastes from Grandparents to young children, for example, Landmark Adventure Park for the kids, Loch Insh water sports, Speyside Railway, the Heather Centre, RSPB Abernathy and National Trust properties to name a few. We even managed a ride on the Jacobite Special train, Fort William to Mallaig, taking the journey from Carrbridge to Fort William via Loch Laggan and back via Loch Ness. The quiet port of Burghead is within easy reach, ideal for sand yachting or wind surfing. The dolphins are often out and about there too. If you are a jet plane fan, the RAF place near Lossiemouth is for you. For arts, crafts and book lovers, there is Logie Steading near Forres, reached by a scenic moorland road. We hope to return next year.
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