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B and Bs in Newtonmore

Creag Meagaidh
Main Street
Newtonmore
Highlands

PH20 1DP | View map

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Set within the Cairngorm National Park, this small, family-run guest house offers the ideal base from which to explore the wonderful mountain ranges of Cairngorm and Monadh Liath. A comfortable and modern home, Creag Meagaidh stands in the village of Newtonmore, which has a wonderful circular route around it called the Wildcat Trail. This is a fabulous walk (or run) with great views of the River Spey, the Cairngorm Mountains, Creag Dubh, woodlands, waterfalls and all sorts of wildlife.

For moments of relaxation, the house has a secluded patio area at the rear. There is also ample parking space to the front of the house, and a secure cleaning and storage area for bikes, skis and other equipment. The lounge area has luxurious leather sofas where you can relax, watch TV, read or listen to music. Sky TV and a library of DVDs, videos and books are free to use.

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