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Historic town in the Cairngorms National Park – A great base to explore the Scottish Highlands
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Grantown on Spey

Grantown on Spey is a friendly, historic town, centrally located within the Scottish Highlands in the north of the Cairngorms National Park. There is a good choice of independent retailers, cafes, restaurants, pubs and two golf courses! Grantown sits on the River Spey and is surrounded by unspoilt woodlands, lochs and views with plenty of walking trails to explore, as well as a waymarked viewpoint walk for stunning views across the town to the Cairngorm Mountain range, River Spey and the Cromdale Hills. Rossmor is situated at the south side of the town directly opposite woodlands and is a 5 minute walk to the High Street and 10 minutes to the Town Square.

Grantown is 14 miles from Aviemore and 35 miles from Inverness. Because Grantown is so central, most of our guests prefer to stay for a few nights to avoid having to re-pack their suitcases every night. Using Grantown as a base, you can easily explore the Cairngorms National Park, Speyside Malt Whisky Trail, Loch Ness and the Moray Coast. Grantown is 160 miles from Glasgow, and 150 miles from Edinburgh, the Isle of Skye and Thurso on the north coast.

If you love driving, there are three driving routes which are accessible from Grantown. The North Coast 500 is a circular route from Inverness across the north coast of Scotland; the North East 250, can be picked up in Ballindalloch and takes you on a circular route out to Aberdeen; and the 90 mile Snow Road is the highest public road in Britain and takes you through the Cairngorms National Park from Grantown to Blairgowrie, also known as the ‘slow road’, it is not for the feint hearted!


Shopping – Stroll along our High Street for a great choice of independent, award winning retailers. Purchase gifts, souvenirs and Scottish products (including gin and whisky!) to take home. There is also a Post Office to send goods home if you can’t fit everything in when you leave.

Cafes – We have a number of cafes serving lunch and delicious homebaking all day. You can drink coffee and eat cake at any time of day!

Restaurants and bars – Grantown has a good choice of independent restaurants and hotel dining options

Art gallery – the High Street Merchants is an art gallery and cafe displaying artists mainly from the Cairngorms

Two Thirsty Men – Grantown’s own micro-brewery offering delicious craft beers

Red Sock – simply drop off your laundry and the staff will take care of it for you

Beauty Treatments and Hair Styling is available in our hairdressers and barbers


Anagach Woods – there are many miles of woodland and river walks from our front door. Simply cross the road and you are in the woods!

Beachen Woods – there are miles of woodland walks at the back of the house, crossing the old railway line which leads to the viewpoint walk

Viewpoint Walk – this is a waymarked 1 hour circular walk with stunning views of the Cromdale Hills, Cairngorm Mountain range and Grantown on Spey

Speyside Way – a 65 mile, long distance walk through Speyside from Buckie to Aviemore passing through Grantown on Spey

Dava Way – a 24 mile walk from Forres to Grantown on Spey over open moorland

River Spey – there are many miles of riverside paths, just a few minutes from Rossmor

Cycling – you can hire bikes in town, or bring your own. We have lockable storage for bikes and a drying room for wet clothes


Grantown Golf Club – an 18 hole course with stunning views

Craggan Golf – a pay and play, 9 hole, par 3 course running along the River Spey in places. You can also play foot golf and disc golf on this course.

Smarty Art – a ceramic painting studio. Great for a rainy day!

Grantown Museum – learn about Grantown’s history, the Grant clan, Queen Victoria’s visit and more. Geneology records are also held up to 1854 making it a must for guests tracing ancestory.

Wildlife – search for red squirrel, deer, crested tit and the elusive capercaillie

Craig MacLean Leisure Centre – for swimming, gym facilities and fitness classes

Fishing – fish for salmon and sea trout on the River Spey

Craggan Outdoors for outdoor activities including archery, kayaking, climbing, gorge walking, zip wire and more

What Our Guests Say

Jody, USA

"Amazing hosts, comfortable cozy room."

Teresa and Peter, Australia

"Best Scottish porridge ever."

Sophia and Matt, Italy

"A beautiful house in a picturesque setting, what more could you want?"

Lucy and Paul, London

"Absolute gem of a place; perfect to recharge."

Clarise and Leon, South Africa

"Highly recommended, cosy and comfortable, great hosts."

Slevana, Russia

"Breakfast was exceptional, Thomas a superb host with plenty of suggestions for excursions."

Manuela and Lau, Switzerland

"A beautiful week, great hospitality and delicious breakfasts."

Yuval, Israel

"Ben and Tom are wonderful hosts."

Bruno and companions, USA

"Wonderful Scottish hospitality thoroughly enjoyed our stay."