Craigellachie Guest House

Main Street • Carrbridge
Inverness-shire PH23 3AS


Telephone: 01479 841641
International: 00 44 (0)1479 841641
Mobile: 07599 766035

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CarrBridge and the beautiful Cairngorms
One of the greatest places on earth-The Cairngorm National Park

Craigellachie Guest House is situated in the beautiful village of Carrbridge within the Cairngorm National Park, northwest region, near Aviemore, and north of the Craigellachie Nature Reserve. Only 23 miles from Inverness and an ideal place to start your journey on the North Coast 500.
The Cairngorms National Park is a very special place offering the warmest welcome to all visitors who want to explore and discover the unsurpassed beauty of the Highlands and to experience an abundance of activities and interests it provides.
The Cairngorms National Park is home to 5 out of the 6 of Britain’s highest mountains in Britain’s highest and largest mountain range. It has large native forests, clean rivers and lochs and stunning farmland and moorland, and it is the home to 25% of Britain’s endangered wildlife species.

The park hosts the Queen’s summer residence in Braemar. Visitors come from all over the world to the Cairngorms; the only UK destination in the world’s top 50.

History and culture surrounds you in this extraordinary landscape. Castles, battlefields, museums, ancient forests and unspoiled moorlands and marshes
co-exist in perfect harmony, while allowing the observer to ‘belong’ in their midst.
The iconic coffin bridge, built 1717, spans the River Dulnain that rises from the Monadhliath Mountains, through the valley of Glen Chearnich, meaning ‘The Glen of The Heroes’. Carrbridge also has a historic link with Newfoundland, Canada, during both World Wars, and, not to forget, that Carrbridge used to be the ski centre for Scotland post WWII.


Put The Park In Your Pocket

To find out more or to make a telephone booking, please call us on 01479 841641



The 300 year old bridge in CarrbridgeWinter scene Bridge of CarrBen MacdhuiLoch MorlichBraemar

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