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This is a nature lover’s paradise. Set in a peaceful birch wood between the mighty Cairngorm Mountains and the temperate coast of the Moray Firth this small, secluded resort with its own trout lake (lochan) is situated close to Loch Garten, where magnificent ospreys can be seen nesting each spring.The surrounding area hosts an enviable array of attractions, including Landmark Forest Adventure Park, funicular railways, golf, fishing, skiing, walking and heritage parks.
This park has:Indoor heated swimming poolSauna and steam roomGymFamily entertainmentBar serving foodWi-Fi access* (in clubhouse)Basketball*Fishing*Tennis*Walking*Launderette*
Real reviews, from customers like you.
Peace and quiet really relaxing.
I have returned here regularly since my first visit in 2010. I am able to enjoy the Cairngorms in pleasant surroundings with the added bonus that my dogs have plenty of walking tracks near the lodges. The friendly staff are there when you need them.
Great location and facilities generally. For the right price then this can be the perfect place.
Fab weekend at a lovely location.
lovely and quiet. Excellent accommodation.well equipped throughout particularly kitchen
had entertainment on but couldnt find karoke so not on no bingo as advertised
Lovely quiet resort with lots of wildlife. Backs onto a wood which is excellent for dogs. Lovely warm indoor pool with sauna and steam room. Bar area with fee WiFi
Resort lovely and great location for exploring would definately come back to the area again.
I always enjoy my stay at Lochanhully. This time proved a bit more eventful than usual when my wee dog (deaf and going blind) absconded for about an hour in the parc but with the perserverance of Eileen (who even in shoes which were not meant for bush walking) we managed to locate him and get him back. The staff just go that bit further to help and especially in this instance it was appreciated.
Nice and peaceful been going for 7 years
Staff very helpful, lodge very clean. Hadn't been told beforehand that we had to pay electricity bill but OK. Facilities great but a bit small and cramped. Went to nearby village of Carrbridge for dinner one night for 8.30pm (not particularly late) - everywhere we went into was very unwelcoming and turned us away - wouldn't serve us food or make any allowances (i.e wouldn't even give us a sandwich). Every place I've ever been to that have stopped serving food would still make an effort for you, or try and help in some way - not in Carrbridge.