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.
It was great to have some returning guests from May, when the guidelines changed, as well as visitors who had shifted their holidays from last year.
Snippets from the guestbook below show how much everyone was delighted to be somewhere new; and Braenedin, the Spey Valley and the Cairngorms didn't disappoint. We love reading these for loads of reasons; they give us a warm glow, to check what wildlife has been spotted and getting new ideas for walks or activities to try.
The Scottish Government stated that the guidelines on self-catering will change from Friday 25 September 2020. There is now a one household restriction in self-catering properties, in-line with the restrictions in private homes in Scotland.