About the property
- House2002 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay3 - 7 nights
4 bedroom 2 bathroom house in Central Strathspey
Newly built in 2001 to the highest of standards Corrimony exudes quality and charm throughout and sets you at the very heart of an area unrivalled in the whole of Scotland for exploring the natural beauty fascinating history and extensive attractions which all lie within half an hours drive of your front door.
Corrimony is set in the middle of a traditional crofting area ( skye of curr ) Dulnain bridge, its location places you in the centre of a triangle of charming villages Carr-bridge 7 miles, Nethy bridge 3 miles , Boat of Garten 7 miles and the town of Grantown-on-spey with its fine selection of shops restaurants and bars being only 3 miles from the property, Aviemore is 10 miles away and Inverness with all its attractions museams, cinemas, ten pin bowling, theatres, restaurants etc etc is only 30 miles away the speyside whisky trail is right on your door step and royal deeside and balamoral castle can be reached in about one hours drive to sum things up you can virtually reach any part of the north, west or east coasts of Scotland within two hours the location really is that central so you could never run out of worthwhile places to see and visit.
Mr Chris Grant
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- within a few hours
- Calendar last updated:
- May 21, 2018
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Nice, quiet property with fairly new amenities
If you're planning to be in Grantown on Spey, Aviemore, or Dulnain Bridge, this is a great place to stay. It is out of the way for Inverness but, smack in the middle of the Cairngorm National Park, is a great home base to explore the historical highlands. Set between Aviemore and Grantown on Spey, Dulnain Bridge is tiny and quaint. The house boasts 4 bedrooms, 2 down and 2 up. The 2 downstairs are both configured as King beds, the two upstairs are larger, with views of the countryside and mountains, and both boast twin beds.
You will need a car in this location, though there is bus service. We walked along Skye of Curr road and noticed that the Speyside Garden centre is there with a small park for our young son, he enjoyed it, but it's not much for anyone over 5. In the other direction, you dead end onto A938 and there's not much other than a bus stop, a post office, and a garage.
The owner is very nice and the house was meticulously clean, if sparsely furnished. They were generous with provision of blankets and pillows which we needed, being from Arizona the whistling winds the first few nights of our stay made it quite drafty. The house's few furnishings are good quality and it's convenient for a family, but it is not decked out. There are no linens (extra sheets) or towels whatsoever included in the rental. You can pay to let towels from the laundress for 3 pounds per week per set, which I thought was ... we packed our towels. The house had not a stitch of provisions in the kitchen. No salt, pepper, sugar, tea, or coffee. There weren't even basic condiments in the fridge: ketchup/mayo/mustard. It was about an additional 10 pounds to get all the basics, but fortunately the COOP in grantown on spey is open until 10.
There are two baths, one up and one down. The twin beds are upstairs but the upstairs bath has only a shower. Odd for traveling with kids The main bath downstairs has a tub and it is HUGE.
The radiators worked well and the house was warm except the front upstairs bedroom, fortunately we did not need to use it as our party was small. It was a fantastic home base. We explored the Highlands but always had a comfortable place to come back. The appliances are in great condition and fairly new, the dishwasher and washing machine are quiet --good as the kitchen is next to the master bedroom. Overall it was an amazing stay and I hope to visit the Highlands again. If we are in the area, we'd stay with Chris again unquestionably.
Relaxing and beautiful
This is the second time we have stayed at Corrimony in wintertime, it is so cosy and warm, and every facility provided for, to make it a very enjoyable stay.Brilliant base for getting out and about, many walks to choose from within the Cairngorm area, speyside way walk is fantastic. It is also only about 30minute drive to the coast and around 40minutes to drive to Inverness. Grantown on Spey is a wonderful highland town. We look forward to visiting again.
Will definitely stay here again, warm cosy and exceptionally clean and well appointed
We have stayed at many various cottages but this was by far the best in the comfort/luxury spacious accommodation with the added bonus of having magnificent views over to the Cairngorms/Cromdale Mountains but with a lovely huge pine forest behind for the dogs to enjoy too! A good central location within easy reach of all the lovely forest walks/trails and lochs and nearby villages etc. Would certainly recommend it and enjoyed the good heating!
Summer holiday stay
We stayed at the property for a week in June 2017,we found the cottage was fantastic,very clean,all the amenities you could wish for.The cottage is situated in a very nice quiet area,an unexpected bonus was that we were saw two red deer in the grass field behind the cottage,most mornings and evenings.I would certainly recommend staying in this cottage,4 very spacious double rooms,large living/dining room,large kitchen. Excellent choice.
Fantastic...absolutely loved it
Great location if u want to explore Cairngorm mountains, cottage itself is very nice, beautiful views, four big rooms, 2 bathrooms which helps a lot if its a big family, showers were very powerful, kitchen was very well equipped, kids really njoyed playing in the garden outside, Chris was very helpful, didnt put any pressure to check out on time (as the cleaning was scheduled for next day) which was very helpful..nothing less than 5 stars really, everything was perfect
Strathspey steam railway, Loch garten ospreys, landmark forest park, Cairngorm furnicular railway, several golf courses nearby, loch and river fishing, off road jeep driving, clay pigeon shooting, wind surfing, canoeing, white water rafting, mountain biking,quad biking,archery, castle trails, whisky distilliries and Loch ness, tennis, bowling
and sports centres.
Other Activities: White water rafting, off road 4 x4 driving, Bird watching, Highland wildlife park, Strathspey steam railway, Cairngorm Furnicular railway.
Golf: There are 21 golf courses within a 35 mile radius of the house
Rates & Availability
Additional information about rental rates
Arrival for clients will be any time after 3.30pm on the Saturday with departure by 10am the following Saturday a booking form with our standard terms and conditions of let will be sent out for completion to the person making the booking, a 25% deposit will be required to confirm a booking with the balance of 75% being due for payment eight weeks before the arrival date.