Ruthven House & Holiday Cottages
Ruthven House is set in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park beside Ruthven Barracks and the RSPB Insh Marshes Reserve. The town of Kingussie is a leisurely 15 minute walk away and lies 12 miles south of Aviemore. Kingussie train station has direct links to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the sleeper service to London. For the weary traveller we can arrange for you to be collected from the train station.
We offer guests 4 Star Bed and Breakfast accommodation in the main house and also have two cosy Self Catering Cottages, (Creag Bheag and Creag Dhubh, carefully converted from a former steading) with their own private parking and a large lawned garden to the front. Each cottage has patio doors leading out to a private seating area.
The cottages are normally available on a weekly let but we do from time to time offer shorter stays and if required guests can still take breakfast in the main house. Please just call us to check availability and pricing. Ruthven House and Holiday Cottages are strictly no smoking and sorry, but we do not accept pets. Internet access is available.
Please do visit our website where we hope we have included everything you will need to know should you decide to stay with us at Ruthven House as well as a lot of useful information on the myriad of things that there are for you to see and to do in this wonderful part of the Highlands of Scotland. Ruthven House is the ideal base for a multitude of outdoor activities, including ski-ing at the Cairngorms, hillwalking, fishing, horse riding and cycling. Wildlife is in abundance, with eagles, buzzards, owls, woodpeckers, deer and pine martins all having been spotted in our grounds. There are some outstanding walks literally on our doorstep.
There are many very good eateries in the area and should you decide to stay with us, we are sure you will have a fabulous time. In the meantime, should you require any further information please do just get in touch.
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This page was last updated: 03 February 2011