Coruisk is a cosy quiet Victorian Bed & Breakfast nestling in the forests of Kingussie in Cairngorms National Park and offering Highland hospitality and a warm welcome.
Bed and Breakfast In Kingussie
Greystones Bed & Breakfast Kingussie. With the Cairngorm and Monadhliath mountains on its doorstep, you can't help but enjoy the home comforts of Greystones. You will have a peaceful night in your single, double or twin room, followed by days spent at your own pace. Have a delicious meal in one of the local restaurants and later relax by the open fire in your private sitting room. You are secluded, yet within minutes of a huge variety of sights and places to see. This is the heart of the Scottish Highlands - a landscape that is amazing at any time of year.
Ruthven House is set in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park beside Ruthven Barracks and the RSPB Insh Marshes Reserve in Highland Scotland, recently voted one of the top twenty places in the world to visit by the National Geographic Traveller Magazine. The town of Kingussie is a leisurely 15 minute walk away and lies 12 miles south of Aviemore. Kingussie train station has direct links to Perth, Edinburgh, Glasgow and the sleeper service to London.
Situated within the Cairngorms National Park, Glengarry is an elegant Victorian Villa built in 1898. Set in peaceful grounds with private off-street parking, Glengarry has acquired an enviable reputation for comfort and quality. Book direct with our online facility on our website.
Slemish is a contemporary Scottish home, set in large private grounds with secure parking and storage for motorbikes and cycles.
Sonnhalde is a fully modernised Victorian Villa with that “nice to come home to relaxing atmosphere”. It was built by a young pioneering Swiss doctor in the 1880s to be used as his family home and as a rest and recuperation centre for his patients in the Victorian spa town of Kingussie. The Sonnhalde is a well appointed guest house with views overlooking Kingussie. Why don’t you relax and enjoy a day out with us on one of his mystery tours in the heart of the highland glens. We do the driving and the chatting and you will be introduced to places that are off the beaten track.
Tigh-Na-Bruaich is the home of Scott and Annie Fraser. It is set in its own half acre of grounds with private parking
Ardselma is a late 19th century Victorian hunting lodge, tastefully decorated and furnished and now used as a family run guesthouse offering accommodation on a bed and breakfast basis. In addition dinner and packed lunches can be provided by prior arrangement. Ardselma is a large house with very spacious and comfortable rooms most of which are double or king size, en-suite or private bathroom facilities are available.