From the ski slopes of Aviemore to rolling valleys and glens, via whisky distilleries and cozy hunting lodges, the Cairngorms are part of the UK’s largest national park and a region of epic landscapes and staggering beauty. This is a wild terrain of granite peaks soaring up from placid lochs and turreted castles nestled in verdant glens against a backdrop of snow-capped mountains.
Search out wild reindeer and canoe across lochs, fish for salmon and trout in frigid, pristine waters and mountain bike through valleys and glens before retiring to a cozy lodge for a small drink in front of a roaring fire.
The Fife Arms
Braemar, Scottish Highlands
Located in the scenic village of Braemar, The Fife Arms is a landmark hotel that has undergone a transformation from traditional Victorian coaching house to luxury hotel, nestled within the majestic Cairngorms National Park in the Scottish Highlands.
Cairngorms, Highlands & Islands of Scotland, United Kingdom
Located within the Cairngorms National Park and just a couple of hours from Edinburgh, Killiehuntly is a 17th century farmhouse which sleeps up to eight guests. Perfect for families, the farmhouse is a home away from home with easy access to the outdoors.
Edinburgh, Braemar, Loch Torridon
From days out exploring glens, castles and lake monsters to evenings cozying up with a malt whisky by the fire, Scotland offers so much to enjoy. Staying at some of Scotland’s finest hotels, from a luxury castle in the Highlands to a central hotel in the midst of lively Edinburgh, you’ll discover just what a special part of Britain Scotland is....