Ptarmigan is a Three Bedroom Lodge with an open outlook onto woodland with views over to the Cairngorms. Furnished to a high standard throughout with oil fired central heating and wood burning stove.
Ptarmigan has 3 bedrooms made up of 2 twins situated on the Ground Level and Master Bedroom on the Upper Level with En-Suite including Power Shower. Wet Room with Disabled toilet is downstairs with main family bathroom and toilet upstairs. Flat Screen TV and DVD in the main lounge with second Flat Screen TV in the downstairs Dining Area. The Lodge can accommodate up to 6 guests.
Ptarmigan Lodge sits next to our Osprey Lodge which accommodates 10 guests. The Lodges have been designed to accommodate disabled access. Both properties are very spacious throughout. Bathrooms on ground floors are spacious wet rooms offering excellent facilities for wheelchair users.
Boat of Garten is a mile away with access to local shop, post office and restaurants. It is also home to the Strathspey Railway. Golf, fishing, Speysideway and woodland walks nearby.
Pets are welcome. Lodges are strictly NON SMOKING.
Good location for touring the Highlands with Inverness and Loch Ness less than an hour away.
Conveniently located for access to Royal Deeside,Loch Ness and North Coast 500
The Lodges are situated in a quiet hamlet at Chapleton, a mile from Boat of Garten, 5 miles from Aviemore adjacent to cycle route 7 off road to Carrbridge within the Cairngorms National Park.
Boat of Garten
Just one mile away from the cottages, this popular village is home to a good local shop, Post Office, hotel/bar and restaurants. Here you will also find the Strathspey Railway, Loch Garten, and the RSPB nature reserve where ospreys can be viewed. Boat of Garten has bicycle hire shops and many cycle and walking tracks locally. It also has tennis courts, a golf course, and fishing on the River Spey for outdoor enthusiasts.
Just five miles away, this town is your link to the main rail network, connecting you to London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness. Although it is a small village, its proximity to Cairngorms National Park and the range of outdoor activities that attract visitors to the Highlands make it an ideal spot. There is a wide range of shopping, dining, and pubs to enjoy in this village in between hiking, cycling, hillwalking and skiing.
Cairngorms National Park
Within close proximity is the Cairngorms National Park, home to the Cairngorm Mountains, which offer hill walking, climbing, and winter skiing. In 2011, it was selected by National Geographic Magazine as one of the top 20 places in the world to visit because of the breathtaking scenery and wide range of wildlife. Among the activities you can do here, there is mountain biking, canoeing, walking, horse-riding, sailing, winter skiing and snowboarding, golf, clay pigeon shooting, orienteering, wildlife and birdwatching, swimming, white water rafting, archery and fishing.
Speyside offers many activities, including whiskey and food festivals throughout the year as well as historical centres, distilleries, shopping, dining and entertainment alongside its wealth of outdoor activities.
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