Delnabo Estate
Self Catering Cottages in the Cairngorms National Park, Scotland

Out and About

The Cairngorms and Speyside offer a wide range of activities and attractions providing plenty to do when staying in the area. There is something here for everyone:

  • Skiing, snowboarding, tubing, deval carts and mountain biking at the Lecht (6 miles) and Aviemore Centres (according to season).
  • Walking to suit all abilities - from a pleasant ramble to the more serious Speyside Way long distance footpath.
  • Tomintoul village (1 mile) local shops, gift shops, art gallery, post office, inns, restaurants, museum, playground.
  • Pony trekking from the Tomintoul Riding Centre 1 mile away.
  • Golf courses are to be found at Nethy Bridge (14 miles), Boat of Garten (18 miles), Dufftown, Carrbridge (22 miles), Ballindalloch (14 miles) and Grantown on Spey (14 miles).
  • Royal Deeside and Aberdeenshire have far more than their fair share of castles to explore and admire.
  • The many distilleries of the celebrated "Whisky Trail" are all within easy driving distance of Delnabo.
  • Landmark Visitor Centre, Carrbridge with childrenís outdoor adventure/activity centre
  • Water sports & archery at Loch Insh Outdoor Activity Centre
  • The Highland Wildlife Park
  • Strathspey Steam Railway, Aviemore
  • Speyside Cooperage
  • RSPB Nature Reserve and Osprey hide at Boat of Garten
  • Cashmere Centre, Johnstonís of Elgin
  • Fishing, shooting and stalking on Delnabo Estate by separate arrangement
  • Local activity centres offering clay pigeon shooting and quad biking
  • Glenlivet Bike Trails

Delnabo is also ideally situated for touring northern Scotland on quiet roads that are still a pleasure to drive on. There are many places of interest within a days drive of Delnabo including:

  • The Moray Coast - with its unspoilt beaches and quaint fishing villages.
  • Culloden - where Jacobite dreams ended at the hands of the redcoats.
  • Aberdeen - with its thriving cultural scene.
  • Inverness - the historic capital of the Highlands.
  • Loch Ness - with its elusive monster.
  • Ben Nevis - Scotlands highest mountain.
  • Glen Coe - the location of the infamous massacre.
  • The Isle of Skye - a land of mist and legend.