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This family-run hotel is located at the heart of the Scottish Highlands. Breathtaking scenery and the Monadhliath and Cairngorm mountain ranges are nearby. Excellent pub meals available on the premises and top breakfast served in the morning. Very clean and friendly helpful staff.
Boasting a swimming pool and on-site restaurant and bar, Balavil Hotel is located in Newtonmore inside the Cairngorms National Park, 45 miles from Inverness. Spotless hotel. Lots of charm in the common areas with really modern bedrooms. Excellent shower. Tasty breakfast - lots of choice. Staff were what made our stay. Fraser was really helpful and incredibly quick answering emails. Our flight was delayed and Mark stayed really late to check us in and was super friendly throughout our stay. Himself and Ben were great running the bar.. they had lots of local info and filled us in about shinty! Would highly recommend staying here and we will be back!
Set within Cairngorm National Park, the Highlander Hotel is set in the village of Newtonmore. Everything was nice after all. The staff were really nice as well, they gave amazing tips to visit around the park.
Dower House Newtonmore is located in Newtonmore, 29 mi from Inverness. Free private parking is available on site. Enjoy a cup of tea while looking out at the mountains or garden. Everything... Eric and Lynda are the most amazing hosts. We were welcomed in with fresh homemade pastries and a giant pot of tea (just what we needed after a rainy day). The entire house is beautifuly decorated, and the room was spacious and luxurious. The bed was comfortable, and had electric blankets (which we used and enjoyed). The shower had boiling hot water and like the room, was spacious and glamorous. Eric and Lynda were happy to recommend restaurants nearby and activities. Breakfast was beyond any expectation! Cooked to order, very generous and tasty. Eric and Lynda made our stay feel like home away from home (we even got Lynda's special muffins for the road). They are the nicest people and we strongly recommend you to stay at their home! Thank you very much for everything!
Located within the Cairngorms National Park, the Coig na Shee Guest House features free Wi-Fi and free private parking. The breakfast was excellent - we particularly loved the porridge and fresh baked bread. We enjoyed eating breakfast while watching the birds eat theirs at the window bird feeder.
Located in the beautiful Inverness-Shire countryside, this bed and breakfast offers a full Scottish breakfast as well as vegetarian and healthy options. We booked 2 rooms in the house and both were modern and extremely spacious. Each room came with a king-size bed, a huge flat-screen TV, a large en-suite, and was very tidy. The hosts were very friendly and told us stories about living on a farm. The breakfast the hosts prepared was delicious and it was a gorgeous view from the dining room. Highly recommend.
Located a 9-minute walk from Highland Folk Museum, Arden House in Kingussie offers water sports facilities. Ruthven Barracks is 1.2 miles away. Janet and Graham were wonderful hosts! Room was comfy. Whiskey on arrival just what the doctor ordered. Breakfast was awesome too.
Featuring a garden, Avondale House is located in Kingussie, an 8-minute walk from Highland Folk Museum. Built in 1907, the property is within 1.2 miles of Ruthven Barracks. We were greeted with a warm welcome. The hosts were nice and accommodating. The room we stayed in was beautifully decorated, clean and well stocked. It would be perfect for a romantic getaway.
This 150-year-old Victorian hotel sits at the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, amid the magnificent scenery of the Scottish Highlands With free WiFi, a bar and restaurant, the hotel is 15 minutes... This Hotel is excellent. The Management and staff just couldn't do enough for us. their commitment to satisfying their guests is boundless. For an hotel that has just recently opened it has certainly hit the road running. We had six adults and 3 children in our party and every one of us, including the kids were genuinely sad to leave. Special mention to Peter, Robert and Ryan for making us feel really at home. As for Liz? What a fantastic asset to the establishment (Brilliant with all the family, especially grandad and the kids, who loved her).
Located in Kingussie, a 10-minute walk from Highland Folk Museum and 1.4 miles from Ruthven Barracks, Brucanich Cottage offers free WiFi.
On average, 3-star hotels in Newtonmore cost $82 per night, and 4-star hotels in Newtonmore are $115 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Newtonmore can be found for $129 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Newtonmore this weekend is $238 or, for a 4-star hotel, $336. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Newtonmore for this weekend cost around $273 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
Quaint area -gives you a feel for how Scottish locals live. We enjoyed afternoon tea at a local tea shop and dinner at a local hotel restaurant. Everything was delicious.. We spent three next day at the Highland Folk Museum which was nice as well. A quiet little place for a tranquil getaway.
Newtonmore puts you in a great spot to see all that Scotland has to offer. If you don't drive there, definitely rent a car, everything is pretty spread out. We are from a rural area, driving 45 minutes-1 hour to get somewhere isn't unusual, so for us the location was great. In 45 minutes to an hour we were able to get to Fort William, Inverness, and Grantown-On-Spey, and it's only 25 minutes to Aviemore and the Ardvirikie Estate. The Highland Folk Museum is right in town, too! The Fairy Pools are about 3 hours away, but you could make a day trip out of it. A great central spot.
More accurate to say it was a three town array of Balgowan, Laggan and Newtonmore going from smallest to largest; all closely connected. Can easily connect the Balmoral Castle's design from the architectural influence exhibited here. Would easily choose this location again to get over jet lag and use as a base for touring rather than Inverness.
Small town with lots to do in the surrounding areas. Wildcat trail is a good way to see the town, worth doing in summer as parts were flooded due to heavy rain and snow so we couldn't complete it. Lots of nice cafes and hotels. Glen hotel was great, friendly staff and excellent food. There's a nice wee loch in the center hidden away and falls just on the edge of the town. Worth heading towards Aviemore to Rothiemurcus and Glenmore for some really nice walks.
Great little town to stroll around! It may sound silly but the wildcat statues that are peppered around the town on business and residential properties was really fun to search out. The Clan MacPherson museum was nice. We didn't have time to check out the other museum on the other end of town before we left. We were there during the slow season and the town was a little bit deserted so there was a slight lonely feeling but I gravitate to these kind of places because I don't enjoy overly touristy areas.
Great location to explore the Cairngorms, Speyside and surrounding area. Lovely little galleries to visit and some good local shops when self catering in Newtonmore and Kingussie. Don't miss the Whisky Trail.
9.3 Awesome 242 reviews
We were in Room 4 which was very comfortable and the bed luxurious ! The breakfast was great with all locally sourced produce and beautifully cooked. Moira was a very friendly host and recommended eating establishments nearby. We chose the Glen Hotel and had a lovely pub meal - as it was only two minutes walk away we were both able to enjoy a glass of wine. We did not make use of the guest lounge but it was spacious and comfortable. If families stayed there I think it would prove to be a real bonus. Carole and Dorian Penfold.
9.8 Exceptional 235 reviews
The proprietor, Lynda, was an absolute treasure. She works very hard to keep the place clean and comfortable. She is extremely pleasant, energetic, and knowledgeable about the history and geography of the area, and Scotland in general. She's also an excellent cook, seamstress, gardener, and decorator. We feel so fortunate to have found this jewel of a place!!! Newtonmore is a very nice area to travel to (through).
9.7 Exceptional 175 reviews
A very nice location and a nice house. The owners are very friendly and knowledgeable. To top it all, they picked us up from the railroad station and dropped us off the next day so we did not have to walk with our heavy back packs. I would definitely stay there again. The Scottish Highland Museum in Newtonmore is well worth a visit!
9.5 Exceptional 302 reviews
Amazing views. Short drive to Newtonmore and Kingussie for good restaurants. Hosts very friendly, breakfast really good. Would highly recommend.
9.8 Exceptional 40 reviews
The property was rural, but close enough to drive a short distance to Newtonmore...
9.2 Awesome 516 reviews
Breakfast was fantastic. And I would recommend this hotel to family and friends.
8.6 Excellent 440 reviews
It was clean and near the Highland Wildlife Park
8.3 Very Good 510 reviews
The food was fab and hotel was pet friendly !
9.6 Exceptional 203 reviews
Jackie makes the hotel. ...
9.2 Awesome 20 reviews
9.7 Exceptional 7 reviews