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Kingussie

Kingussie

This charming town is fortunately located within the heart of the Scottish Highlands amongst the beautiful, unspoilt scenery of the Spey Valley. Visitors can enjoy access to the country’s largest national park, the Cairngorms, with abundant biking, hiking and walking routes in the area, making it easy to explore this pristine corner of Scotland. The tranquil atmosphere of the town makes it an ideal spot for relaxation, with many great restaurants and bars to visit, who make use of the outstanding local ingredients, as well as a healthy dose of traditional Highland hospitality. Guests can also enjoy visiting one of the many championship golf courses in the area, or taking a guided tour of one of the nearby distilleries on the Malt Whisky Trail, for a real taste of Scotland.

We love Kingussie because...

  • Beautiful, unspoilt scenery
  • Nearby golf courses
  • Ideal for outdoor pursuits
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Hotels
Hotels in Kingussie
Duke of Gordon Hotel
Newtonmore Road Kingussie PH21 1HE

The stunning scenery, views of Spey Valley and number of beautiful walks and hiking trails available from the hotel ensure it's the perfect choice for a Scottish break.

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Duke of Gordon Hotel
Newtonmore Road Kingussie PH21 1HE

The stunning scenery, views of Spey Valley and number of beautiful walks and hiking trails available from the hotel ensure it's the perfect choice for a Scottish break.

In and around Kingussie

Insh Marshes National Nature Reserve

These lush wetlands provide an important habitat for a number of different species of animals, making it one of the most extensive and important wetlands in Europe. Visitors are invited to explore the nature trails and keep their eye out for nestling birds, which include whooper swans, redshanks, curlews and many more. There are also roe deer and foxes to be spotted in the reserve, so bring along the camera.

Cairngorms National Park

This is Britain’s largest and most remarkable national park, well-known around the world for its top-notch ski slopes, which are ideal for learners and those looking for a challenge. Take the funicular railway up the mountain, Scotland’s only such railway, and admire the surrounding awe-inspiring landscape. Eat in Scotland’s highest restaurant at the summit and if the conditions are right then explore the many routes and paths for a spot of walking.

Highland Wildlife Park

Featuring wildlife from all over the world, from the rare and exotic, to more familiar Scottish animals such as the red deer, pine marten and even the elusive wildcat. The zoo also houses animals that once resided in Scotland, which include wolves, beavers and lynx. The park covers 105 hectares and is owned and run by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland. The park is comprised of exhibits, which are accessed by foot, and a main reserve where visitors can explore in their own vehicle. There are daily feeding sessions, as well as a variety of experiences to book, which get you up and close with some on the animals.

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