Aviemore - Spey Lodge Luxury Accommodation
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
Suitable for childrenYes
Suitable for the elderlyAsk
|Theme||Luxury, Wilderness, Ski, Away from it all, Rural, Town|
Description from the owner
Spey Lodge is a uniquely designed 5 bedroom house, offering luxurious and contemporary accommodation for families, corporate groups and sporting pursuit groups in the tranquil setting of Rothiemurchus Forest, in the Cairngorm National Park, close to Aviemore in the Scottish Highlands.
This comfortable and well-equipped property offers stunning views to enjoy the ancient Caledonian pine forest and the Cairngorm mountains. Its secluded location off the B970 Aviemore to Insh road allows for quick access to all the many activities of the Cairngorms National Park, including hill walking, ski-ing, cycling, climbing, sailing, pony trekking, g...Read more
Aviemore - Spey Lodge Luxury Accommodation
Aviemore, Scottish Highlands & Islands, Scotland
Additional Location Information
Spey Lodge is just off the B970 Aviemore to Insh Road, by the Boring Mill Bridge.
The Ordnance Survey map for the area is number 36, Grantown and Aviemore, or the yellow Outdoor Leisure number 3 map, Aviemore and Glen Avon.
Go south on the A9, take the Aviemore turnoff and follow the B9152 through the centre of Aviemore. At the last roundabout in the town, with the Taverna restaurant on the right, turn left onto the B970, signposted to Inverdrurie and Coylumbridge. At the Old Ministerâ€™s Guest House in Inverdruie, just before the Rothiemurchus Visitor Centre, turn right and follow the B970; this road is signposted to Loch an Eilein, Insh and Kincraig. After 0.7 miles, on a bend in the road just before the Boring Mill bridge and cottage, turn left; this is the driveway to Spey Lodge.
Take the M90 to Perth and then the A9, taking the Aviemore turnoff B9152. Turn right into the B970 at the large roundabout before going into Aviemore itself; the Taverna restaurant is on the left. This road is signposted to Inverdruie and Coylumbridge. At the Old Ministerâ€™s Guest House in Inverdruie, just before the Rothiemurchus Visitor Centre, turn right and follow the B970; this road is signposted to Loch and Eilein, Insh and Kincraig. After 0.7 miles, on a bend in the road just before the Boring Mill bridge and cottage, turn left; this is the driveway to Spey Lodge.
Location Type Away from it all, Rural, Town
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in GBP) (change)
|Rate Summary||$303||$378||$1,134 - $3,781||$0||3 nights|
|Jan. 5 2013 - Mar. 31 2013
|Apr. 1 2013 - Jun. 14 2013
|Jun. 15 2013 - Sep. 6 2013
|Sep. 7 2013 - Oct. 10 2013
|Oct. 11 2013 - Oct. 27 2013
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
|Oct. 28 2013 - Dec. 19 2013
|Dec. 20 2013 - Dec. 22 2013
|Dec. 23 2013 - Dec. 28 2013
|Dec. 29 2013 - Jan. 4 2014
|Jan. 5 2014 - Mar. 27 2014
|Mar. 28 2014 - Jun. 26 2014
|Jun. 27 2014 - Sep. 7 2014
|All Other Dates||$234||$234||-||-||3 nights|
|View all 13 Rate Periods|
- Dog - $76 / stay - Fee - Fee per dog for extra cleaning
- Booking Deposit - $454 / stay - Security Deposit - Payable on booking
Additional notes from owner
Electricity is addtional. Readings taken at beginning and end of stay and price calculated at cost by utility supplier
Oil included in price
Reasonable wood pile provided for each stay
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 13, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
just got back from a weekend at the lodge.one word"perfect".if you want to get back to nature a stroll through the woods and round the lochs meeting only the occasional walker and cyclist. then this place is for you, if you want to visit for a more lively scene aviemore town centre is only a short stroll away. then this place is for you. the lodge has everything you could wish for. scrupulously clean well stocked and as a previous poster has said the hd 70 inch projector/surround sound system will keep you entertained if the weather turns nasty.will be returning next year.cheers john
It's all about location, comfort and a hide away to relax.
I arrived with Grandpa, sister, 3 children (and another on its way) surrounded by the most wonderful winter wonderland. Spey Lodge is nestled into an incredible national forest and when we were there it was heavy with snow and the sun shone through the gaps in the trees.
The house its self is so well designed, not just in its location but also it allows you to be part of its landscape when inside as the large windows flood the light into each space and every room. The huge kitchen joins on to the sun-bathed sitting room and dining area, which are perfect living spaces for adults and children to be together in comfort. All the bedrooms are spacious, light, and cosy. Shower room, bathroom, and WC are all clean modern and newly fitted to a very high standard.
The laundry room is a great space to dump damp and wet clothes.
Our stay was so enjoyable, relaxing, and comfortable that if given the choice I would go back every year, if it has not already booked!
Knowing you can walk 40 miles without crossing a road
I have known this house for many years. 2 hours from Edinburgh and five minutes from the bustle of aviemore yet it is in the Rothiemurchus Forest. I love the space with the forest coming to the house - I have laid in bed with red squirrels at the window and ospreys overhead. Go five minutes into the woods and sit under a tree and if you are lucky you will see Roe Deer and even black grouse. Or put on your walking boots or skis and go due east - forty miles to the next road, but you have to cross the Cairngorms on the way. I have canoed the Spey, skied and paraglided from the Caingorms, shot lots of clays at Rothiemurchus and lots of special times with family and friends (from a few days old to well into the 80's). The house has recently been refurbished to a very high standard, but lost none of it's magic. Best of all it doesn't have any midges!
Fantastic facilities and perfect space
I travelled to Spey lodge with a corporate away weekend. The facilities were fantastic and views and walks in the area beautiful. The space inside the lodge were set out perfectly and the kitchen very well equipped. The pull down cinema screen was perfect for presentations (and for the guys to watch some footie later on) I would definitely recommend this to anyone wanting to get away from it all, but also great for getting that team spirit back into your business.