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The course has nine championship quality green and 18 tees with a par of 72, making it challenging. This course will suit longer hitters more than the shorter, make sure you're armed with the correct change. The golf course is set on the banks of the Avon River, the last few holes run close to the river with marvellous views of the surrounding purple heather-clad hills and native birch woods, set among 150-year-old trees, this is a hilly course so make sure you are prepared with a few Mars...

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Cromdale Church Accommodation Guide
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Cromdale Holiday Property Rentals

Cromdale Holiday Accommodation Guide providing you with information and booking process to book direct with owners independently. Along with the villages of Inverallan and Advie in Morayshire, Cromdale is one of the oldest parishes and villages in Strathspey, which is located in the Highlands of Scotland. Inverness, the capital of the Highlands, is located in the northwest and features substantial retail, recreational, and entertainment facilities in addition to providing excellent road and train access to the south. The North Coast 500 (NC500), often known as Scotland's Route 66, passes through Inverness on its way to the extreme north, where travellers can stop in John O'Groats, Wick, or Thurso. In the south, travellers can hunt for Nessie at Loch Ness or drive to the coast that is practically tropical.

Therefore, regardless of whether you decide to travel far or simply step out of our backyard for a stroll down the river, you will be genuinely amazed by how much there is to see beginning right here in this location.

On the A96 to the east of Inverness is where you'll find Dalcross Airport, which provides daily flights to London and throughout continental Europe.

Grantown is the principal tourist destination in Strathspey and serves as the county seat. It also has a health centre and a cottage hospital, as well as primary and secondary schools that provide education up to the level required for university entrance, as well as guest rooms and hotels of the highest quality.
Facilities for sports include a golf course with 18 holes, great fishing for salmon and trout in the River Spey and other waters, 8 tennis courts, a bowling green, a children's recreation park, and forest treks via Grant Park. Grantown is the starting point of the Malt Whisky Trail and is just one of the many interesting spots you can see in the surrounding area.

The Grantown Heritage Centre is open throughout the summer, and Highland Games are hosted at several locations across the Spey Valley. Additionally, the Cairngorm Mountains are close by, and they provide facilities for winter sports as well as opportunities for hill trekking. Scotland offer some of the best outdoor activity areas so if your looking to participate checkout at Scotland Holiday Accommodation.

The sandy beaches of the Moray Firth as well as the cities of Aviemore, Elgin, Inverness, Aberdeen, and Perth are all close by and offer city and town size accommodations, restaurants, and activities for both young and old during the day, evening, and into the night.

This year, the Strathspey Railway would like to encourage you to join in the celebration of the reintroduction of steam travel throughout the Highlands of Scotland by inviting you to board one of our trains and participate in the festivities.

This ten mile restored section of the original Highland Railway Line was brought back to life in 1978 by a dedicated group of volunteers. It enables you to travel back in time off the steam train with the familiar click-clack, rhythm of the rails, as the train travels along the track. The Highland Railway Line was originally built in the early 1900s.

The train will take you on a twenty-mile round trip along a portion of the ancient Highland Railway mainline, beginning at Platform 3 at the Aviemore station and continuing on to Boat of Garten and Broomhill. The journey will conclude back at Aviemore. Bring along your loved ones or get together with some pals for a fun-filled day trip and an unforgettable experience on the train.

Spend your holiday in a home that features a picturesque gravel driveway with plenty of room for parking and manoeuvring about the property. The back yard can be entered from either side of the house, and there is a paved road that leads to the patio area, which features wonderful outdoor living spaces along with an outdoor barbecue for dining in the fresh air.

There are famous golf courses, forests, and mountains in this area, all of which provide wonderful opportunities for outdoor activities that are suitable for people of a wide range of ages and abilities. This is an excellent location that offers spectacular views of the surrounding hills and mountains.

Find a detached holiday villa that is large, has five bedrooms, and is a conventional residence from the period.

The home and its tasteful addition are both complimented by excellent garden grounds that boast outstanding panoramic views of the nearby forests and hills. Cycling, skiing, horseback riding, running, and strolling are just some of the fantastic outdoor sports that can be enjoyed in this area. This region also features some really good opportunities for those activities. There are thirteen golf courses located within the National Park, ensuring that one is never far away. Additionally, the park contains some of the cleanest rivers and lochs in all of Europe, making it an ideal location for fishing, sailing, windsurfing, paddlesports, rafting, wild swimming, and gorge walking.

Discover the world-famous River Spey as well as the conveniences of the neighbourhood close by.

Make reservations at a holiday resort that is perfect for large groups and has breathtaking panoramic views, is surrounded by mountains, forests, and rivers that are moving quickly, has clean air, and dark evenings. Make your reservation at a lodge that is situated in the middle of the Whisky route and offers a convenient location for accessing the surrounding nature, cycling trails, ski resort at Lecht, and other activities available in Aviemore.

Stay in a cosy bed and breakfast or guest house that features comfortable family, double, or single rooms for your stay as well as locally sourced produce, homemade breads, preserves, and granola. There should be at least two different types of bread available for guests each day, and jams should be made using fruits harvested from the garden and farms in the area.

The village is located on lower hill slopes below the Haughs of Cromdale, which represent an old valley floor of the Spey that has escaped glacial erosion, sitting on gravel terraces either side of the Burn of Cromdale. Cromdale combines a sense of a natural, rural scene within the village with broad views to the Spey and to the wooded and heathery hills not far beyond. Within the settlement, a broad channel holds a burn that runs down from the hills and is associated with some rough grassland and pockets of wetland within the village.

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Patches of farmland come up to the end of gardens here, giving the chance for residents to enjoy the sights and sounds of birds of open country, including meadow pipits and lapwings. The Hills of Cromdale provide a striking backdrop to the east of the village, the ridge formed mainly in psammitic granulite capped along summits by a layer of white reflective Dalradian quartz schist. The older town Kirktown of Cromdale was situated south quarter of a mile from the present church In 1690 On the 1st of may a Battle was fought between two rival claimants of the English, Scottish, and Irish thrones the Catholic James VII and II and the Protestant William of Orange The battle of the Haughs of Cromdale took place two miles east of Cromdale village.

The Dragoons of Sir Thomas Livingston surprised General Buchan's sleeping Highlanders and killed over 300 men. The last house here was demolished in 1845, Cromdale was displaced in the18th century by Grantown - On -Spay, is situated in the centre of the Scottish Highlands and only 14 miles from Aviemore, a traditional Highland town on the River Spey on the northern edge of the Cairngorms National Park. The town is surrounded by ancient woodlands, much of which is community owned and which offer a unique habitat for a wide variety of wildlife. The Anagach Woods have marked trails with walking for all abilities. There are also numerous other walks and trails around the town which offer wonderful views over the surrounding hills and mountains.

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