25% Discount on all available dates in April 2019, (min. stay 3 nights)
Janet and Grahame Lonie
About Janet and Grahame Lonie
As a family we have holidayed in this area for more years than we can remember. Either for outdoor sports, walking with our dogs, cycling ski-ing or relaxing and reading and enjoying the unrivalled scenery and environment of this unique location.
Janet and Grahame Lonie purchased this Villa in 2008
Why Janet and Grahame Lonie chose Aviemore
The location of Camusmore House is perfect for easy access to all amenities in the locality, but is in a private open area amidst woodland. It is a few minunutes drive to the A9 and Aviemore and Inverness 35min drive.
Please consider the following guidelines when booking this property:
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Comfortable , spacious warm house for our party of 7 . Loved the hot tub and view to highland cows.
Loved the house , facilities and space. Only negatives were some of the cutlery wasn’t clean . And it would be good to have one hand towel and one bath towel per person . Robes and slippers were excellent for the hot tub . Enjoyed wildlife spotting and convenient location for variety of different activities.
Relaxed With Everything on Hand
We have just had a lovely, comfortable 3 night stay at Camusmore,thank you. The house was spotlessly clean and very well appointed with lots of space and comfy beds for our party of 5 adults and 3 children. The views, especially from the lounge,were just beautiful, the children enjoyed Highland Cow watching and exploring the woods at the side of the house.
The location of Camusmore is excellent and as the weather allowed for cycling it is great that both Loch an Eilein and Loch Morlich are so near at hand - safe and beautiful trails for both grandparents and children! The 'hard -core' adults were off to a variety of favourite cycling haunts including the Ski Road and Loch Einich and were delighted that driving to a start point didn't have to be involved.
Visits to the hot tub was a touch of luxury and as the house has 3 very efficient showers there were never queues before or after.
We very much enjoyed all the thoughtful 'extras' eg: our welcome bottle of wine, fresh flowers, selection of games and the 'Quick Start File' to name but a few.
We would not hesitate to recommend this accommodation to anyone. Thank you very much again for a most comfortable and enjoyable stay, it would be great to think we might be able to book again sometime.
Absolutely stunning property, extremely well maintained and equipped. Could not have asked for anything more and the views from the house are beautiful. Had the most amazing time. Thank you so much!
Fantastic house in stunning location
We stayed here for a long weekend to celebrate my 30th Birthday. We had 6 adults and two kids with us and the house was very spacious. Our 6 year old loved the bunk room with the toys and books and our 10 month old was well catered for with a travel cot, highchair and even a bouncy toy to entertain. All the bedrooms were beautifully laid out and spread out to allow for privacy. The kitchen/diner is impressive and comfortably had us all in there for meals and socialising. It was very well equiped, with even plastic plates, cups and cutlery for the kids. We also had fresh flowers and wine waiting for us on arrival which was a lovely touch. The livingroom was beautiful with plenty of seating and the two very large windows giving the most beautiful views. The wood burner was great and the wood supplied allowed us to use it for the 3 nights. There was board games and an abundance of books throughout the house to enjoy. Each bedroom had plenty of storage with robes and slippers for each guest. The bedding was high quality and beds super comfy. All bathrooms and ensuites were very modern and spacious too. It has the added bonus of a utility room with washing machine and tumble dryer, hot water bottles, clothes horse etc (like being at home!) The grounds which the house is situated are beautiful, plenty of garden to explore and a driveway for several cars. The added bonisof the hot tub was lovely, very private and had beautiful views, also perfect at night for stargazing. The location of the house is ideal for enjoying everything Aviemore and the local area has to offer yet you feel like you are truly cut off from the world, a very happy place indeed. We loved everything about this house, it would be hard not too. I'd highly recommend staying here and have already started passing details on to friends and family and my parents are already suggesting we return in the future. Thanks so much for having us!
We had a very relaxing break at Camusmore House. The house is spacious, clean and has a lovely homely feel about it. The view from the living room window is fantastic. We wished we could of stayed longer. Would definitely stay again!
Amazing house in beautiful setting
Myself and hubby along with two of our children and their partners stayed for 4 nights to attend our other daughters wedding in Carrbridge. We were not disappointed, very well equipped, lovely comfy beds and powerful ensuite showers. Property backs on to open fields full of Highland Cows and we sat watching a red squirrel playing round the property one morning, just stunning. Hot tub was a lovely touch, as was the complimentary bottle of wine on arrival :) Definitely recommend! Jon and Debbie Wilson 12th September 2018
'BEAUTIFUL FOREST LOCATION WITH OPEN VIEWS'
Camusmore House offers luxury accommodation and is an exclusive self catering lodge in Scotland's largest ancient scot's pine woodland. And this whole area is within the Cairngorms National Park, at 1,748 square miles, the largest in the UK, twice the size of the Lake district national Park and bigger than Luxembourg. There is direct access to local walks from the garden or within minutes walk or drive there are almost too many activities to list; Four munros, climbing, ski-ing- 10 minutes to the Cairngorm Mountain snow sports centre - cycling on innumerable forest tracks, long distance walks – the ‘Lairig Ghru’ the longest high level route in the UK is a mountain path which has its traditional starting point just a few yards away and cuts between Ben Macdui and Braereich for 25 miles to Braemar without crossing a road – shooting, fishing, quad biking, land rover safaris, forest playparks at ‘Landmark’ Carrbridge, watersports centres and beach at Loch Morlich and Loch Insh. White water activities are arranged from there. Or riding and trekking at Alvie, all this under an un-street lit sky where you and your kids might just have their first real view of the ‘Great Bear’, the ‘milky way’ or even the Northern Lights.
Golf is available at Boat of Garten Golf Club, Nethy Bridge Golf Club or at the SpeyValley Championship Golf Course and a steam railway runs from Aviemore to Boat of Garten.
And for naturalists the RZSS Highland Wildlife Park near Kincraig homes over 200 amazing animals from Polar bears, Amur tigers, Snow leopards and Red pandas. A herd of Reindeer are managed on the slopes of Cairngorm and can be visited at their low level home in Glenmore.
At Boat of Garten the RSPB have hides from which to observe nesting Ospreys.
Just a mile away there is a swimming pool and cinema or for those wishing to try their hand at artistry Loch an Eilein pottery offers lessons and a shop.
Nearby Aviemore provides all the shops expected for your stay and many eating places.