Exploring the villages that sprinkle the hills is a massive part of the charm of a visit to the Scottish Highland.
Set in the heart of the Scottish Highlands, Cairngorms National Park was first established in 2003.
With such beautiful scenery surrounding Newtonmore, Crubenbeg Country House makes to perfect base to get out.
It is a popular activity that allows everyone of all abilities to make the most of the beautiful views.
For visitors of the Scottish Highlands, Highland Wildlife Park is a memorable day out and offers fun for all the family.
The Highland Folk Museum is a must-see attraction in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.
For mountain bike enthusiast, Wolftrax in Laggan is the place to go. Managed and owned by the Forestry Commission Scotland.
At Crubenbeg Country House, we welcome visitors whatever the time of year and whatever the Scottish weather.
The Spey Valley is the home of many whisky distilleries, making it the ideal location for a whisky trail.
For those who love history, the Scottish Highlands has plenty, with the stunning castles sitting proudly across the land.
The Ruthven Barracks are situated near Ruthven in Badenoch, just a short distance away from Crubenbeg Country House.
The BBC drama focused on a young restaurateur who came back to his childhood home in the Scottish Highland.
Considered the home of golf, there are many stunning and challenging golf courses across Scotland to suit all players and all abilities.
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We have now opened booking for Hogmanay Breaks at Crubenbeg, come along for a truly Scottish experience - find out more here