Set in the Cairngorm National Park and Abernethy Nature Reserve. The Cairngorm is the largest National Park is in the UK containing some of its highest mountains and most beautiful lochs.
Abernethy Nature Reserve is a paradise for bird watchers and naturalists. There are endless opportunities for walking and cycling in the surrounding area.
The Speyside Way walking route and the Sustrans Cycle Route run within a few miles of Braenedin.
Once a thriving crofting community, Tulloch lies in the Abernethy Forest, home to a wide variety of wildlife, not least the famous Ospreys at Loch Garten, which along with its pretty neighbour, Loch Mallachie, is just 1.5 miles from the house. The Abernethy Forest Reserve, owned by the RSPB, is a paradise for bird watchers and naturalists at any time of year.
For winter sports lovers Tulloch is set roughly half-way between the Cairngorm and Lecht Ski Areas.
The old sign on the cottage garden wall says Brainedin. Our new signs and our website say Braenedin and looking back through the archives and old maps we found the group of cottages which used to be at the site called Braenudin.
This was our summer holiday! Jammed packed and weather-lucky.