Nuide House is the perfect place to relax, recline and unwind. Set within a beautiful Scottish Highland location the five-bedroom house enjoys gorgeous views over the Monadhliath Mountains in the Cairngorm National Park.
Sleeping up to 10, Nuide House is a large and comfortable holiday property with extensive gardens. On the ground floor the large, cosy sitting room has a wonderful open log fire perfect for winter evenings. There is also a separate dining room, a well-equipped kitchen and a small second sitting room with T.V and ideal for teenagers.
All the bedrooms at Nuide House are situated on the first or second floor and include two en-suite double bedrooms, three twin bedrooms and two family bathrooms.
Outside, the house has a large fully-enclosed garden featuring mature trees, a BBQ and wooden garden furniture.
Nuide House has a wonderful home from home atmosphere that is perfect for large or multiple families, as well as groups of friends looking to escape to the Highlands.
Whilst staying at the house sit back and relax, or sample one of the many leisure pursuits which are widely available within the nearby area.
The heather-covered hills and dramatic snow-capped mountains make a stunning landscape for walkers and cyclists, whilst Loch Insh and Loch Morlich are perfect for water sport enthusiasts with equipment hire available at both.
When the snow settles on the mountains skiing is a popular pastime for visitors to the Cairngorms. Horse riding and golf can also be enjoyed within easy reach of the house. For fishing, the River Spey is perfect and can be arranged for guests by the Ralia Estate where Nuide House is located.
Step back in time with a visit to the award-winning Highland Folk Museum located in Newtonmore. Here you can discover the history of the Highlands, from the black houses in a 1700’s township where you can mill your own oats, to the 1930’s where there are hens and ducks aplenty. Also at the museum is a school house complete with schoolmaster, an old sweet shop and a picnic area. It really does appeal to the whole family.
A second museum located in Newtonmore allows visitors to discover the history of Clan Macpherson. Learn about the romance, loyalty and valour of one of the last of the Jacobites. The museum is laid out in chronological order to tell a wonderful story through the many objects, documents and texts.
A short drive from the house are the pretty villages of Newtonmore and Kingussie where you will find numerous excellent family-friendly pubs, restaurants and cafés, as well as several shops selling a variety of products.