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Nethy Bridge

Located within the awe-inspiring Highland scenery of Inverness-shire, this peaceful town is a wonderful location for exploring the wider area, including the Cairngorm Mountains. Explore the many marked forest walks and muros hikes either by foot or by bike and enjoy the natural fresh air and peace and quiet available in this pristine corner of Scotland.

Nethy Bridge is also situated within easy reach of the bustling city of Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, with many shopping, dining and sightseeing opportunities. Golfers will also rejoice at the outstanding number of championship golf courses in the area.

We love Nethy Bridge because...

  • Stunning Highland scenery
  • Marked forest walks
  • Close to Inverness
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Hotels
Hotels in Nethy Bridge
Nethybridge Hotel
Main Street Nethy Bridge PH25 3DP

Look forward to an exceptionally warm welcome and a fabulous location when you book a stay at the Nethybridge Hotel.

2 nights from
£119.00pp
Nethybridge Hotel
Main Street Nethy Bridge PH25 3DP

Look forward to an exceptionally warm welcome and a fabulous location when you book a stay at the Nethybridge Hotel.

In and around Nethy Bridge

RSPB Loch Garten Osprey Centre

Admire the wonderful wildlife up close and personal without disturbing them in this great centre. Abernathy Forrest is the chosen home for these birds who return to Scotland to mate each year, visitors can observe the birds from the garden centre and afterwards, take a leisurely walk through the gardens and admire the local scenery.

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 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.

Grantown Museum

This fascinating museum displays a veritable treasure trove of relics and items of historical importance from the local area. Learn from the interactive and traditional display methods and admire the art, crafts and photography exhibitions, which take place throughout the year, mainly from local artists.

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