This ancient fortress sits on a hill with magnificent views of the surrounding area, set in an acre of grounds which have been left to rough grass and stone walls, all well maintained.
It's just one mile from Dulnain Bridge where you'll find a village store and some other local services. Aviemore is 12 miles which is where you'll find your nearest supermarket, shops, pubs, restaurants and activity centres.
The Craggan outdoor Centre is a must for families to visit as it hosts a range of activities for all ages from golf, fishing, clay-pigeon shooting and quad biking.
The Landmark Forest Adventure Park, Rothiemurchus, Kincraig Wildlife Park and the Cairngorms for skiing are just some of the many activities for all of the family found here. In addition to cycling, walking and climbing. The Glenmore Visitor Centre near Loch Morlich would be a good place to start and has a shop, cafe and activities.
From an historic perspective you could also try visiting Ballindalloch Castle & Gardens based halfway between the towns of Grantown-on-Spey and Aberlour.
It may be helpful for guests to note that the drive which is not sealed is shared with the local farmer and is fine for standard cars but may not be as suited to low slung vehicles.