Your Perfect Getaway
In the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, Loch Cottage has been created exclusively for couples and offers luxurious self catering accommodation for two on the edge of the attractive and highly popular village of Boat of Garten.
Loch Cottage is the result of a long standing project by the owners Helen and Alex, to create something that has all the facilities that discerning guests could wish for. Renovated to a very high standard with the emphasis on quality, Loch Cottage was brand new to the holiday market for autumn 2019. As active members of the local community and passionate about the area, we are on hand to offer advice on any aspect of your holiday, be it recommendations on routes for walking or cycling, restaurants, places to visit, or anything else.
Boat of Garten is the perfect location for your holiday as it has excellent local facilities within walking distance whilst being in a great situation to explore the UK’s largest national park including the many attractions of the Spey Valley and beyond to places like Royal Deeside, the Malt Whisky Trail, the Moray coast and Inverness.
Boat of Garten
This small Highland community, sitting on the River Spey in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park, is called the Osprey Village. It was the first place in Scotland to be recolonised by ospreys in the 1950’s and the RSPB osprey centre is a short distance away at Loch Garten.
Boat of Garten is the perfect location for relaxing, exploring the park and the rest of Highland Scotland, or indulging in the innumerable outdoor activities from the likes of walking, mountain biking and water-sports, to golf, clay shooting and fishing.
Loch Cottage News
Summer has well and truly arrived with blue skies and temperatures in the mid 20's C. There are some fabulous gravel rides in the area, including this new loop taking in Glen Tromie and Glen Feshie. We are both keen cyclists so are happy to advise on any type of rides from road to gentle lochs loops through to gnarly mountain bike rides
Spring is here
The days are starting to properly warm up after a late cold snap. Some of the local Rothiemurchus Highland cow calves enjoying some spring sunshine. They are always very inquisitive