Self-catering Chalet

For up to 2 Persons


About the Accommodation

Our beautiful chalet, which was built in 2019, is in a rural setting with hens and ducks wandering about and wildlife all around. The cabin is in a quiet corner of our smallholding, 30m from the end of our cottage, in lovely beech trees, home to red squirrels and other wildlife.  You can see the stars at night.

The kitchen area has a microwave, fridge, kettle and toaster. Outside is a gas BBQ with a grill and hob. We provide dishes, cutlery, utensils and a modest selection of pans for use on the BBQ. We also provide a selection of teas, coffees and biscuits for when you arrive. We provide bedding for the double bed by way of 2 single duvets for individual comfort. There are towels, soap, toilet paper and a heated towel rail In the ensuite toilet/shower room. The chalet benefits from fast fast Wifi, and there is a TV with Netflix & movies.

During your visit, you are likely to see red squirrels, deer, birds of prey, and numerous other birds in the vicinity. If you are exceptionally lucky, you may even catch sight of the elusive and highly endangered Scottish Wildcat, osprey and golden eagles. Hens and ducks roam free around the garden.


Address: The Keepers Glentruim, PH20 1BE Newtonmore, United Kingdom

Size: 20.0 m², 1 Room, 1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom

Beds: 1 Double bed, 1 Couch

Prices: 45GBP / Night

Amenities

  • Towels and bed sheets
  • TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Shampoo
  • Toilet paper and soap
  • Cable TV
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Free Parking on premises

Neighborhood

We are 500m off the East Highland Way Glentruim option for walking from Laggan to Newtonmore. National Cycle Route 7 runs beside the A9 just 1 mile from Glentruim Lodge. We are 4 miles south of Newtonmore, 20 miles from Aviemore, midway between the Cairngorm and the Nevis Range ski areas and 7 miles from the Wolftrax Mountainbike Centre. Inverness, Fort William and Perth are about an hour's drive. Glentruim Lodge is ideally located for the scenic areas, heritage and history, and outdoor activities in the Cairngorms National Park for all ages. The Highland Folk Museum (free entry, donations welcome) and Highland Wildlife Park (with 4 polar bears) are close by. As we are located in the geographic centre of the Scottish mainland we are ideally placed for touring further afield.

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