The cottages, which accept pet dogs, offer walks straight out of the front doors with panoramic views of the mountains. They are well away from any main roads and attract a variety of bird/wildlife, including red squirrels and roedeer. Both have gardens to the front and back and feeders are put out so guests can view the bird/wildlife through the cottage windows. The cottages are close to the towns of Grantown-on-Spey, three miles, and Aviemore, ten miles, and are centrally situated for the whole area. One is a cosy old shepherd's cottage that has been renovated in keeping with its original character and the other, more modern and very comfortable, has been individually designed. Both sleep four in double and twin beds and have well equipped kitchen and bathroom facilities, including washing machines. They both have television/DVDs in the lounges.
The cottages are close to all the facilities in Grantown, Aviemore and Carrbridge, including shops, restaurants and pubs, as well as to the numerous sporting facilities in the area such as golf courses, river angling, tennis courts, cycling routes, swimming pools, watersports on Loch Morlich and Loch Insh etc. There is also a sports centre in Grantown. The area is ideal for children and families. Dulnain Bridge, itself, just down the hill, has two hotels and a Post Office.
There are numerous walks within a short distance whether hill or forest, as well as bird watching opportunities, including the R.S.P.B. osprey centre at Boat of Garten.
The cottages are perfectly situated for winter sports, both skiing and snowboarding, being close to both Cairngorm and Lecht, therefore offering a choice during busy weekends.
The Strathspey Steam Railway and the Cairngorm funicular railway are also very close, while Inverness and Loch Ness, the beaches at Nairn and Findhorn and Culloden Battlefield are all within easy reach.
The Landmark Adventure Centre, the Highland Wildlife Park, the Folk Museum and the Reindeer Centre are all within the local area.