Magnificent views sweep over the Spey Valley and Creag Dhubh, beloved of climbers and Clan Macpherson alike. Open plan and delightfully rustic, the house has some nifty features: telegraph poles some tricky stairs, a telescope for star gazing, old games, TV and DVDs, plus a ground-sourced heat pump to keep things cosy, and a sundeck with glorious views. You can buy the farm’s own pedigree beef and cook up a steaming stew or pot roast in the small kitchen,
The bunkhouse is set in the fields of a working farm overlooking the beautiful river Spey valley in the Cairngorms National Park. It is easily accessible by road or rail, just three miles west of Newtonmore.
Here the pedigree Highland cattle of The Ubhaidh fold are bred and cared for, sharing pastures, woods and wetlands with many wild animals.