Dulnain Bridge is a small village in the Scottish Highlands situated in the heart of Strathspey within the Cairngorms National Park.
Centred around the high 18th century bridge over the River Dulnain, less than a mile from the Dulnain’s confluence with the mighty Spey, the town offers peace and tranquility and is a great escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. The surrounding forests of mature Caledonian pine are home also to a rich array of wildlife including the endangered capercaillie, Scottish crossbills, the small but pretty crested tit, buzzards, eagles, and of course red squirrels and ospreys.
Cud Wood, on the south and east of the village has the country’s largest population of twinflowers, known by the botanical name of linnea borealis. They share the forest floor with a tiny orchid called creeping ladies tresses.