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Welcome to Cairngorm Lodge Youth Hostel

Address: Glenmore,, Aviemore, PH22 1QY

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Cairngorm Lodge Youth Hostel is housed in a former Scottish shooting lodge, offering stunning views of the Northern Corries. Situated in the heart of Cairngorm National Park, it is 7 miles from Aviemore and just 2 miles from the Cairngorm Mountain Funicular and snowsports area. This 72-bed youth hostel provides great facilities including a good range of dorms and private rooms, a well-equipped self-catering kitchen, bike storage, a drying room and WiFI. Cooked breakfasts, packed lunches and full evening meals are also available. Cairngorm Lodge Youth Hostel is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. Most activities take place on the Rothiemurchus Estate, which offers paths through Caledonian Pine forest. The Loch Morlich Watersports Centre and a large beach are opposite the youth hostel. You can also visit the Reindeer Centre. Dogs are now welcome at Cairngorm Lodge when guests book a private room. A small fee of GBP 5 per dog per night will be charged. Please note that all dogs must be booked in advance to ensure that a dog friendly room is allocated.

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Boat of Garten Golf Club - Boat of Garten - Golf

Boat of Garten Golf Club - Boat of Garten - Golf

Distance 6.09 miles (9.74 km)
Established in 1898 and designed by one of the grand-masters of golf course architecture - James Braid, "The Boat" is not only a demanding test of sporting skill but also a magnificent setting for the game. This Highland grandeur, depending on the day, can inspire high achievement or, in the more common event of disappointing performance, affords the comfort and consolation of communing with nature in uniquely attractive surroundings. Popular with visitors, from both home and abroad, the course has become firmly established as a "must" for those enjoying a golfing tour of the Scottish Highlands.