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Self Catering in Aviemore

Aviemore, in the Cairngorms National Park, is one the most popular all year holiday locations in Scotland and the UK.  With Scotland’s largest ski resort and a variety of outdoor activities available, Aviemore is the perfect place to embrace the great outdoors or unwind in unspoilt scenery.

Accommodation

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Topsider 1

For New Year week rental only - An unusual round property on a plinth. Entry into hall with spiral stair to accommodation . Glass windows all around, surrounded by a balcony, lovely views to mountains and surrounding area.

Sleeps 6*Dogs Welcome
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Delmhor No3

New holiday home on the road to Cairngorm Mountain on outskirts of Aviemore. Within walking distance of the town great luxury holiday home with hot tub.

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs Welcome9.4
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Gael Cham

Self catering log cabin situated adjacent to Croftside, Aviemore. 3 bedroom, double glazed, and well insulated ensuring maximum comfort with quality furnishings, fully equipped with a modern kitchen and flat panel TV with DVD player. Weekly lets & short breaks

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs Welcome9.3
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Heath Cottage

Located in Boat of Garten in the Cairngorm National Park Heath Cottage offers guests modern open plan living area with 3 bedrooms.

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs WelcomeA
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Delmhor No1

New holiday home on the road to Cairngorm Mountain on outskirts of Aviemore. Within walking distance of the town great luxury holiday home with hot tub.

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs Welcome9.4
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Delmhor No4

Within walking distance of Aviemore town centre and on the Cairngorm Ski centre road Delmhor No4 is a luxury holiday home fully refurbished in 2016.

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs Welcome9.1
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Bowlins

Located in the Nethy Bridge this recently refurbished (2016) detached 2 bedroom bungalow is in a great location for exploring the Cairngorm National Park. There is a very flexible sleeping arrangements to accommodate 4 adults plus an additional 2 children if requir...

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Millview

3 bedroom recently renovated bungalow in a country settings just outside Boat of Garten. A short drive to the Cairngorm Ski Resort and in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park.

Sleeps 6WiFi*9.8
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Mountain View Apartment

Newly built fully equipped self catering apartment, sleeping up to 4 guest, near to the Dalfaber Golf course in Aviemore. Views of the Cairngorms and surrounding hills. Only minutes from the town centre and Dalfaber Golf resort.

Sleeps 4**9.6
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The Steading Apartment (No9)(ground floor)

Apartment 9 in The Steading is part of a small development of 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, setting a benchmark for space and luxury. Located in a well established residential area at the North end of the village.

Sleeps 6WiFi*9.5
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Kersheil

Newly built (2015) spacious detached holiday home in a quiet cul-de-sac in the Highburnside area of Aviemore. Enclosed back garden ideal for family holidays.

Sleeps 4WiFi*9.9
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Abernethy Cottage

Two bedroom modern self-catering bungalow 10 minutes walk from Aviemore shops and railway station (to London and the south).

Sleeps 4WiFi*9.7
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Flat 7 The Steadings

A new luxury 2 bedroom, stylish modern apartment situated in Aviemore, the heart of the Spey valley and the Cairngorms National Park.

Sleeps 4WiFi*9.6
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The Snug in Grantown

Cosy self catering studio apartment on Grantown on Spey High Street with free wifi and off street parking. Sleeps max two people, no babies, kids or pets.

Sleeps 2WiFi*A
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Carn Eilrig

Self catering log cabin situated adjacent to Croftside, Aviemore. 3 bedroom, double glazed, and well insulated ensuring maximum comfort with quality furnishings, fully equipped with a modern kitchen and flat panel TV with DVD player. Weekly lets & short breaks....

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs Welcome9.2
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Ord Ban

An elegant 3 bedroom house in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park. Furnished to a high standard with views of the hills and close to the amenities of Aviemore

Sleeps 6WiFiDogs Welcome9.4
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Aviemore Self Catering

Strategically placed beside the A9 between Kingussie and Carrbridge, Aviemore is the gateway mountain resort to the Cairngorms, world renowned for its skiing, snowboarding and hillwalking.

Aviemore first grew into a major holiday destination during the 19th century with the advent of the railway, becoming an important junction for trains travelling south to Perth and northwards to the Highland capital, Inverness.  Today, it is a modern resort offering top quality holiday accommodation that is perfect for short breaks for families or romantic weekends for couples.  With a choice ranging from log cabins to lodges and cottages, you can find the perfect home-from-home for your Highland holiday.

Winter in the Highlands is normally the time of year associated with a resort like Aviemore, but there is much more to the Cairngorms than snow and snowsports.  You have an outdoor adventure playground at your disposal all through the year., where you can enjoy mountain biking, walking, climbing, wildlife watching and sailing.  With Aviemore at its heart, the entire region is a haven for outdoor activities and adventure sports – and all set in what is arguably one of the most stunning backdrops anywhere in the UK.  Hillwalkers and climbers in particular flock to the Cairngorms to sample an almost unending number of routes, climbs and challenges that sees them coming back to Aviemore year after year.  Munro baggers are a familiar sight out on the hills, keen to tick off yet another peak in their quest to scale all 284 peaks over 3,000 feet (914 metres) in the Scottish Highlands.

The Highlands of Scotland are teeming with wildlife, large and small, and is home to a diversity of internationally important species populations. Around the Aviemore and the Cairngorm National Park area there is an abundance of wild animals from deer to pine martens, and, if you are lucky enough, even wildcats.  This highly evocative and diverse ecosystem is iconic and truly sums up the Scottish Highlands.  So much so, in fact, that the distinctive landscapes are prime real estate for reintroducing rare species that once roamed the sweeping glens and hills of this scenic wilderness.

There is no shortage of things to do and see in the area.  Rothiemurchas Estate, near Aviemore, is a wonderful area to explore, with a range of activities on offer.   Visit a brewery or follow the Strathspey Whisky Trail; take a trip on a restored steam train; see bison, elk, bears and wolves roaming free in the Highland Wildlife Park; visit Britain’s only herd of reindeer; go white water rafting or clay pigeon shooting; hit the slopes in winter for skiing, snowboarding and dog-sledding.

Lying further south from Aviemore in the Spey Valley, Kingussie and Newtonmore are small, traditional Highland settlements.  Driving 14 miles northeast from Aviemore you come to Grantown-on-Spey, which lies at the northernmost edge of the Cairngorms.  This is the heart of whisky country and very popular with salmon fishers.

What is clear is that there is no ‘right’ time of year to come to Aviemore.  It is a unique holiday destination in wintertime or any season of the year you choose for your self catering holiday adventure.