For somewhere that is in such a stunning setting, surrounded by glorious scenery, peace and quiet, Crubenbeg House is really easy to get to.
Whether you are travelling by car, by motorcycle, by bike, on foot or by public transport matters not, you will have an easy time finding us and a great time when you are with us.
Getting to Crubenbeg House by car is nice and easy, we are just a couple of minutes off the A9.
From Perth and the South
Follow the A9 from Perth for 60 miles. You will pass the junction for the village of Dalwhinnie and its Distillery on your left. Stay on the A9 and after another 6 miles you will pass a sign for "Crubenmore 1 mile" then arrive at a section of dual carriageway. Stay in the left hand lane, you will see our brown B&B signs set back on the left and then a white road sign for Crubenmore.
100 yards after this sign turn left. You will immediately go over the railway bridge and then immediately turn right into the drive for Crubenbeg.
You will cross over the river bridge, then past 2 houses on your left, please follow the Crubenbeg House B&B signs for a further 250 metres - you have arrived.
From All Points North
Follow the A9 down from Inverness/Aviemore, driving past the turnings, on your right, for Newtonmore and then for "Glentruim & Laggan". After a mile or so, you jin a dual carriageway. Go past a sign for "Dalwhinnie & Crubenmore, 1 mile" and proceed down the dual carriageway.
Then, following signs to Dalwhinnie & Crubenmore, turn right through the central reservation and over the northbound carriageway.
Having turned right, you will immediately go over the railway bridge and then immediately turn right into the drive for Crubenbeg.
You will cross over the river bridge, then past 2 houses on your left, please follow the B&B signs for a further 250 metres - you've arrived.
From the West - Fort William & Laggan
We suggest that you follow the A86 up to Newtonmore. At the T Junction in Newtonmore, with The Glen Hotel opposite you, please turn right and follow this road until its junction with the A9.
Turn right here on to the A9 and follow the instructions given above for guests arriving from the north.
You can fly to Inverness - just under an hour away, or to Glasgow airport or Edinburgh airport both of which are around 2 hours distant. There are an ever-increasing number of flights into all 3 airports from many different parts of the UK & Europe.
During the day there are through trains from London on the East coast route via York, Newcastle and Edinburgh, stopping at Kingussie, just three miles away. There are also regular ScotRail services from both Glasgow and Edinburgh also stopping at Newtonmore station and Kingussie station.
Overnight, you can relax on the sleeper service from London, Crewe, Preston and Carlisle. This stops at Newtonmore Station.
Citylink Coach services from Glasgow and Edinburgh to Inverness also stop in Newtonmore - connections from the South are frequent.