Due to the covid virus the house will welcome parties of up to 6 during November and up to and including March '21 at discounted rents.
A unique stay to excite all the family, discover the mysterious spiral staircases, fairy tale turrets and original 16th-century transcriptions in this stunning converted castle.
Enjoy a truly unique stay in the Cairngorms National Park, where pets, children and adults alike will all fall under the spell of this charming castle. Explore winding spiral staircases and discover fairy-tale turrets which boast far-reaching views of the surrounding countryside. The ideal home for a family getaway, this property comfortably sleeps ten guests and welcomes two lucky canine companions. After a long day of walkies and hunting red squirrels, head home to enjoy an open fire and warming underfloor heating, perfect for drying off wet paws and cold fur.
Amongst the many rooms in this fascinating property you'll find two rooms in which to unwind, the contemporary sunroom and the first-floor sitting room. The conservatory-style sunroom is the perfect place to spot visiting wildlife and it leads out to the enclosed garden, ideal for letting impatient dogs out to play. Upstairs is a much cosier affair, with the ‘Great Hall' style sitting room boasting an open fire and heated stone flooring. Crash out on a deep and squishy sofa and enjoy a DVD whilst your prized pets curl up cosily at your feet.
A short 1-mile walk leads you to the bank of the River Dulnain, a great place to spot brown trout and jumping salmon. Heading a little further along, the wee town of Grantown-on-Spey lies just 4.5 miles away and boasts plenty of dog-friendly local pubs in which to grab a drink or a bite to eat. Your two beloved family members will adore the wide range of walkies routes here in the Cairngorms and will no doubt happily take the lead in summitting the Munro Ben Macdui (18 miles).
Dogs are charged at £20 each per full or part week.
Please note there is a refundable £250 security deposit for this property payable closer to the start of your holiday.