A perfect location in which to unwind, relax or indulge in a Highland Holiday.
Built in the 1870’s Feith Mhor (Fay Mor) is a recently renovated, charming and substantial country house taking its Gaelic name from its surroundings: great stillness.
Sleeps 11 plus there is an option of another 4 in Beannanch Cottage next door. All bedrooms have en-suite facilities with linen and towels provided. Relax on cosy nights in with a traditional open fire in the living room. Dogs are welcomed and kennels are available if required.
One single room with ensuite
Two twin rooms with en suite
Three double rooms with en suite
Plus two double rooms in Beannach Cottage
Ground floor entrance hall
Living room with open fire
Dining room and snug
Kitchen with gas/electric cooker, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, microwave and washing machine.
Downstairs double bedroom
Upstairs two twin rooms, one single and three double rooms, all with en suites.
Large well maintained lawned garden with BBQ.
From A9 follow signs for Carrbridge.
Go into Carrbridge Village centre. Turn oppposite the village shop into Station Road. Follow this road for about one mile. Feith Mhor is on the right hand side.
Parking at the lodge.
Set amidst delightful gardens and grounds it enjoys marvellous views to the West over the remote Monadhliath hills. Carrbridge is located in the Cairngorm National Park, 25 miles to the north is the capital of the Highlands, Inverness and 7 miles to the south is Aviemore, where you can find eateries, coffee shops, outdoor shops and a vast selection of outdoor activities for all. See 'Visit Aviemore' for a full list of things to do and attractions.
The local village of Carrbridge has a village store, several excellent coffee shops and good quality public houses/eateries. It also has a couple of unique gift shops. Families will love Landmark Forest Adventure Park within the village where activities including a rollercoaster, water slides, a thrilling treetop adventure course and the newly added dinosaur land!
Glenmore Forest Park (7 miles from Aviemore) provides opportunities for walking, cycling, orienteering, cross-country skiing and bird-watching in the forest while watersports, fishing and sailing is available on Loch Morlich. There is a camping and caravan site, a visitor centre and the reindeer centre.
Cairngorm Mountain is home to one of Scotland's best ski hills, offering 30km of ski runs, 11 lifts and a fully maintained freestyle park.
Our area boasts a huge variety of wildlife and beyond the more common spieces of roe deer, red grouse and arctic hares are the more spectacular golden eagle, black cock and capercaillie. During the Autumn red deer stags can be heard roaring their majestic calls.
Highland capital of Inverness and gateway to the North!