"9 Woodpark" is a delightful semi-detached bungalow set in a quiet cul-de-sac off one of Grantown-on-Spey's attractive residential avenues.  Traditionally built in 1987, it is within easy walking distance of all shops and amenities.   The whole property is fenced and has ample private parking space for two cars.

There is a garden area to the front of the property and one to the rear with a patio.   The garden attracts a variety of wild life and red squirrels can frequently be seen in both gardens

The house is well fitted and furnished and is available all year round.   It offers and ideal base for a holiday, combining the advantages of being in a small rural town with the accessibility of the many attractions in the surrounding area.


Free Wifi 

Bed linen is provided. 

 Guests are asked to supply their own personal towels.

Electric heating and hot water is inclusive in the cost.

TV , DVD player, reading books and games are supplied. 

Garden with patio table and four chairs.  Washing line.

Off street parking for two cars

One dog welcome by arrangement.

Shops, pubs and restaurants: 600yds


Lounge:  Traditionally furnished and fully carpeted with comfortable seating, open fire, TV and electric storage heater.
Kitchen/Diner: Fully equipped with electric cooker, cooker-hood, slow cooker, microwave, fridge and automatic washing machine. Dining table and four chairs. Electric storage heater.
Bedrooms: Two bedrooms, one double bed and one twin. Both are fully carpeted and have electric wall heaters.   Linen is included in the cost.
Bathroom: Bath with shower. Marmoleum flooring. Heated towel rail.  Shaving point. Wall heater.



      January - March             £410

           April - June                 £450

          July - August                £520

September  - December      £450

Christmas and New Year    £600


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SEE and DO

Grantown~on~Spey is the capital of Strathspey and lies in the Cairngorm NationaI Park.  It has been a leading tourist resort since Victorian times and is one of Scotland's earliest planned towns.  It has a spacious square which is lined with trees and-the town centre is a designated conservation area.

The town is surrounded by woodland providing many safe forest walks and the river Spey is famous for its salmon fishing. Other facilities include an 18 hole golf course, sports hall, swimming pool and an outdoor bowling green.

The High Street shops offer a full range of high quality goods from gifts to local food and the variety of restaurants have menus to suit all tastes. There are also many bars in town where you can sample the delights of the Highland Malt Whisky for which the area is famous.


The town is within easy reach of both summer and winter outdoor sports facilities and there are many places of interest to visit both in the immediate area and further a field including the Cairngorm Mountains in Scotland's largest National Park and the Malt Whisky Trail. Braemar, Inverness, loch Ness and the beaches of the Inner Moray Firth are all within easy travel distance and the Highland Games are held in different communities throughout the area.  

Distance in miles from Grantown

Aviemore 15, Cairngorm 25, Nairn 23, Forres 22, Inverness and Elgin 35.
Inverness Airport approximately 45 minutes drive away.

For informtion on Grantown - check out the Grantown webpage 

and the Grantown video at  Discover Grantown-on-Spey - YouTube




or  Telephone:  01479 873301