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Newtonmore

The tranquil atmosphere of Newtonmore is truly refreshing, this village lies in the very heart of Scotland in the stunning surroundings of the scenic Spey Valley. This pristine location puts you within walking distance of the Cairngorms National Park, with a wonderful landscape of the Monadhliath and Grampian mountains. There’s plenty of fascinating history in the area from Glentrium Castle, to the many museums such as the Highland Folk Museum.

Keen cyclists will also enjoy the 35km long Laggan Wolftrax track, which delivers a fantastic variety of views along the way. There are also a number of distilleries in the area, being part of the Malt Whisky Trail, including nearby Tomantin and Dalwhinnie distilleries.

We love Newtonmore because...

  • Stunning scenery
  • Great cyclist trails
  • On Malt Whisky Trail
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Hotels
Hotels in Newtonmore
Highlander Hotel
Newtonmore PH20 1AY

Look forward to an exceptionally warm, Scottish welcome at this charming hotel in the peaceful town of Newtonmore.

2 nights from
£67.50pp
Highlander Hotel
Newtonmore PH20 1AY

Look forward to an exceptionally warm, Scottish welcome at this charming hotel in the peaceful town of Newtonmore.

In and around Newtonmore

Clan Macpherson Museum

A traditional Scottish welcome greets all who pay this fascinating museum a visit, displaying the history and achievements of all the historical members of this proud clan. From Science, to sport and even the Jacobite cause, many clan members have held fascinating lives, which are detailed through interesting exhibits full of relics, records and letters.

Ruthven Barracks

Erected in 1719, the well-preserved barracks were built to counter the Jacobite uprising and to maintain law and order in the area. The Jacobites attacked the barracks in 1745, yet they failed to storm the interior. The following year a larger and more heavily armed army forced the surrender on Ruthven Barracks, which again changed hands after the Battle of Culloden.

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.

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