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If you are looking for inspiration for what to do with the kids in Inverness - this bustling city has lots on offer for children of all ages. From a fun day in the park to taking to the waters of Loch Ness, there is lots of family fun to be had in the Highland capital.
There are some fantastic events on this Easter that offer something for all the family - from Paddle Boarding to Panto - great fun events right here in Aviemore and The Cairngorms.
When coming to the Cairngorms National Park one of the things you will want to try is our famous whiskies - in fact some of the best distilleries in Scotland are right here on our doorstep. There is a huge amount of distilleries near Aviemore - so here our top picks of where to taste, experience and buy whisky when in Aviemore.
This is a season you just cannot miss. With it’s energizing weather and snow capped mountains to enjoy, a trip to Aviemore and the Cairngorms is not to be missed.
Aviemore and the whole of Speyside have a huge amount to offer, but if you want to explore a little further and experience more of the Scottish Highlands during your holiday this guide contains some ideas for easy day trips with suggestions for lunch or coffee along the way.
Aviemore and The Cairngorms make a great choice for your next group outing. The area offers so much to do for groups of all ages and sizes - from the usual group activities like go karting and quad biking to more adventurous things like mountain biking or white water rafting. Whether you are a group of friends, family or corporate group the area has a number of providers that specialise in this kind of thing. There really is so much on offer to make a group trip you will remember.
Carrbirdge is a charming historic village located between Inverness and Aviemore nestled in woodland beside the River Dulnain in The Cairngorms National Park. The village is best known for its famous packhorse bridge and is also home to Landmark Forest Adventure Park, a chainsaw carving competition and even the World Porridge Championships.
The Scottish Highlands and The Cairngorms offer lots to see and do for those who wish to discover our area's rich and dramatic history. Here are our top picks of some fascinating places that show the history of our area.
Hogmanay in the Highlands is a very special celebration in Scotland. With an abundance of food, drink and festive spirit it is easy to see why Aviemore, Cairngorms and the Highlands of Scotland is the ultimate destination. A warm welcome awaits you at Hogmanay in Scotland.
Located between Aviemore and Grantown is the village of Nethy Bridge or just Nethy as locals call it - you will soon see why it is called the Forest Village as the village is nestled amongst ancient woodland. This charming village on the River Nethy is lovely place to visit and offers some nice forest walks in the Abernethy forest and chance to see local wildlife.
Hey I’m Jo, I’m Nick at igloo’s other half. I love good food and look forward to sharing this with igloo's guests. My full time job as a vet keeps me busy but when I have some time to myself I spend it baking and cooking. I’m passionate about local produce and using local suppliers so this month I have picked out some self catering cooking ideas for Christmas featuring some great local business.
Boat of Garten is a fantastically popular holiday destination in The Cairngorm National Park. The village is just outside Aviemore but has its own sense of community and unique feel. With many fantastic things just waiting for you to explore, here are some of the best bits.
I have lived and brought up my family here in The Cairngorms National Park so know first hand that it really is a fantastic place for children of all ages. I have put together some of my favourite places in the Cairngorms to walk with a buggy, with great coffee stops and some good changing areas for new parents.
If you are looking for inspiration for your next family holiday in Scotland, we have so much on offer in the Cairngorms for families and children of all ages. Every day can be adventure packed and then head home to your very own Aviemore lodge to recharge for the next day of exploring.
Thinking of something special for the family Christmas holiday? A luxury lodge might fit the bill. Or we can highly recommend a relaxing weekend in Aviemore to buy your Christmas gifts whilst avoiding big crowds - and throw a bit of me time in there too.
We are dog friendly here at igloo, and so are our self catering lodges and homes. We try our best to give you the best experience, so you will find each lodge complies with the Visit Scotland welcome scheme. In your lodge, you should find some extras for your dog and also details of the best walks for you to enjoy together. Here are some top picks of what we enjoy doing with our own dogs and we are sure you and yours will love them too.
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