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Directions

DIRECTIONS

Approaching by road from the South

Follow the A9 north from Perth until approaching Aviemore. Stay on the main road past the first turning into Aviemore and come off at the second turning sign-posted to Aviemore and Boat of Garten. Turn left at the bottom of the slip road and continue along the main road. Pass junction going left to Carrbridge and continue on road going right to Boat of Garten, Nethy Bridge, Grantown on Spey. A couple of hundred metres after that junction take a right turn down to Boat of Garten. This will lead you through the village of Boat of Garten. Follow the main road all the way through the village, going round to the left at the Boat Hotel and then bearing sharp right at the end of the street down past the Golf Club and over the Spey.  At the end of this road, at T junction, turn left and then about 400 metres first right signed toward Loch Garten.

Keep going along this road passing Loch Garten on your right and then the RSPB Reserve on your left and through trees until you come to a right turn to Tulloch. Take this road and continue along it passing a small stone house with a large wooden extension and on after that to a small gathering of houses where the road bears round to the left and there is a post box on the wall of Aundorrach Steading. Carry on for about three-quarters of a mile (two new houses and  barn on the rightt three-quarters of a mile ( two new houses on your left, an old cottage with modern extension and a converted old cottage with modern extension on your left and a converted barn on the right). The road winds up and down for a few hundred yards after that; there is another new house built in the woods to you right and soon after that the road rises up and turns a bend. Pass a right into a farm road with signs to Boxwood and Juniper Brae. Carry on winding up the hill. Slow down when you pass a small cottage called Cherrybank on your right. You will come to a large farm gate on your left just before Torehill Cottage. On the gate should be the sign to Braenedin cottage.

Open gate and go 250 metres up the track. This track is quite bumpy due to tree roots. Braenedin will be at the top. You have arrived and if the sun is shining, all the better! Please park in front of the wooden garage and do NOT park on track in front of wall to field. This will block the farmer’s access and he will not be happy.

 

Approaching by road from the North

Follow the A9 north from Inverness until approaching Aviemore. Turn off the main road at the first turning to Aviemore (north side). Carry on down the hill and the turn left at the bottom of the slip road and continue along the main road. Pass junction going left to Carrbridge and continue on road going right to Boat of Garten, Nethy Bridge, Grantown on Spey. A couple of hundred metres after that junction take a right turn down to Boat of Garten. This will lead you through the village of Boat of Garten. Follow the main road all the way through the village, going round to the left at the Boat Hotel and then bearing sharp right at the end of the street down past the Golf Club and over the Spey.  At the end of this road, at T junction, turn left and then about 400 metres first right signed toward Loch Garten.

Keep going along this road passing Loch Garten on your right and then the RSPB Reserve on your left and through trees until you come to a right turn to Tulloch. Take this road and continue along it passing a small stone house with a large wooden extension and on after that to a small gathering of houses where the road bears round to the left and there is a post box on the wall of Aundorrach Steading. Carry on for about three-quarters of a mile (two new houses and  barn on the rightt three-quarters of a mile ( two new houses on your left, an old cottage with modern extension and a convertean old cottage with modern extension on your left and a converted barn on the right). The road winds up and down for a few hundred yards after that; there is another new house built in the woods to you right and soon after that the road rises up and turns a bend. Pass a right into a farm road with signs to Boxwood and Juniper Brae. Carry on winding up the hill. Slow down when you pass a small cottage called Cherrybank on your right. You will come to a large farm gate on your left just before Torehill Cottage. On the gate should be the sign to Braenedin cottage.Open gate and go 250 metres up the track. 

Braenedin is at the top of the track which is quite bumpy due to tree roots. This is a working farm track so please make sure you shut the gate behind you. You have arrived and if the sun is shining, all the better! Please park in front of the wooden garage and do NOT park on track in front of wall to field. This will block the farmer’s access and he will not be happy.

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