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  • 2.6 km
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  • 0.5 km
from 256.00 €

The Astounding Beauty of Aviemore

Aviemore is a breathtakingly beautiful town situated within the Cairngorms National Park upon the historic highlands of Scotland. Vibrant meadows bloom with deep purple heather, tranquil lochs glisten in the midday sunlight and rolling peaks decorate the horizon; Aviemore is an earthly paradise that boasts an inimitable combination of transcendental tranquillity and outdoor adventure.

Woodland Wonders

After breakfasting on traditional Scottish pastries and steaming tea, set out to explore the wondrous woodland of the Rothiemurchus Forest. The beautiful Caledonian pine forest features many miles of delightful nature trails, upon which walkers can admire gorgeous greenery and diverse speicies of bird life, including crested tits, crossbills and capercallie. The fishery is one of the best places in Scotland to observe the beautiful osprey birds fishing. Venture into the heart of the forest to discover Loch an Eilein, a beautiful body of water recently voted Britain's best picnic spot. At the centre of the loch lies a 13th Centruy island castle shrouded in dramatic and mysterious history, in addition to rare wildlife including red squirrels and Scottish crossbills. After your relaxing woodland wander, jump atop a striking stallion to explore the captivating Cairngorms area as thoroughly as possible; gallops through gentle streams, rushing rivers and ascend steep and stunning mountain ranges in the traditional method of exploration.

Ride the Ancient Mountain Railways

Cairngorm Mountain is not only the home to Scotland's only funicular railway, but also Britain's highest. The quaint trains take visitors of all abilities to the 3,5000 ft summit of the mountain, where they can marvel at panoramic views of the Scottish highlights. Stay at the summit in order to sample the Scottish specialities served at the Ptarmigan Restaurant; the menu changes daily to maximise the luscious locally sourced treats that grow wild in the Highlands but expect to find traditional dishes with a refined twist upon the menu. For a lighter lunch, Cas Bar serves warming coffees and aromatic mulled wine beside a roaring log fire throughout the day and the evening.

River Safari

Ensure you've truly captured the diverse beauty of the scenery and wildlife with a relaxing river cruise around the majestic Loch Insh. The wildlife boat trip allows visitors to explore the Loch, the Insh Marshes and the River Sprey from the comfort of the 28ft passenger boat. Expect to see vibrant blooms, majestic mountains and rare birds of prey on this unforgettable excursion. Complete your splendid Scottish sojourn in the epicentre of the great outdoors with a traditional meal at the Old Bridge Inn. Located on the banks of the River Sprey beside the gateway to the blinding white ski slopes, the Old Bridge Inn specialises in malt whiskies and fine Scottish fare. The evening menu offers unique delicacies like white onion and roast garlic soup, pheasant sausage and salmon gravlax to start, and magnificent mains include sea bream, mountain hare and roasted Angus beef. Complete your rejuvenating retreat with a crystal glass of amber whiskey and steaming bowl of Cider baked spiced apples for a fabulous finish.