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Greystones Bed & Breakfast
Acres Road

PH21 1LA | View map

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Meet Anne and Mark who bought Greystones in 1990. See how they have restored the building with a subtle mix of period character; warmth; comfort and modern facilities. If you explore the peaceful gardens that surround the house; you may see some wildlife including Red Squirrels; Roe Deer and the occasional Buzzard. From here; lush woodland and the Cairngorm and Monadhliath mountains surround you. Kingussie (Gaelic for 'The Head of the Pinewood') is the capital of Badenoch. Situated in the Cairngorm and Monadhliath Mountain ranges at the upper end of Strathspey; Kingussie is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and all those who enjoy wide open space; dramatic and unspolied scenery; fresh air and a touch of Highland magic. For more information on Kingussie please visit the excellent community web site at www.kingussie.co.uk or the Visit Aviemore site at www.visitaviemore.com. Kingussie offers a wealth of activties and attractions for visitors. Sport fans will enjoy the famous Kingussie Shinty Club and the picturesque Kingussie Golf Club. The area offers a huge range of outdoor activities for all levels of ability; including walking; climbing; water-sports; gliding; golf; winter sports; fishing; cycling; riding and bird watching. Local places to visit include The Highland Folk Museum; the Highland Wildlife Park; Landmark (Kids will love it!); Ruthven Barracks; Waltzing Waters; Aviemore Steam Railway; Dalwhinnie Whisky Distillery and much more.....

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