Stay in a holiday home near the Linn of Dee

3 rental properties match your search for Country Cottages to rent near the Linn of Dee Scotland

Brucanich Romantic Cottage for 2-4, Kingussie, Highlands And Islands , Farr, Kingussie, Highland, Highlands & Northern Scotland, Scotland

1 bedroom Romantic Retreat

sleeps 1 - 4 guests
1 - 4
1 bedrooms
1
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
3 star

Romantic retreat on outskirts of Kingussie, ideal location for discovering the Cairngorms National Park.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £281
Next availability:
from 03 October to 10 October 20 from 23 October to 05 June 21

Craigellachie House, Aviemore, Highland, Highlands & Northern Scotland, Scotland

4 bedroom Big Cottage

sleeps 2 - 8 guests
2 - 8
4 bedrooms
4
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
4 star

High quality 4 bedroom family-friendly holiday house in Aviemore, with an outdoor private hot tub, sauna and games room, this holiday home enjoys an excellent location for discovering some of the best of the Cairngorms, as well as some excellent leisure facilities.

Special features: free internet access, games room, outdoor hot tub, sauna.

Weekly Price from: £815
Next availability:
from 16 August to 17 August 20 from 25 August to 28 August 20

Royal Deeside Woodland Lodges, Ballater, Aberdeenshire, North East Scotland, Scotland

2 bedroom Log Cabins

sleeps 1 - 4 guests
1 - 4
2 bedrooms
2
1 bathrooms
1
no dogs allowed
3 star

Collection of holiday log cabins backing on to a nature reserve in Royal Deeside, with walks next to the nearby loch close by and the Cairngorms National Park within reach for days out.

Special features: free internet access.

Weekly Price from: £350

Find a country cottage to rent near the Linn of Dee in Svotland. Riverside walks are popular along this stretch of the River Dee as it meanders through Royal Deeside in the Cairngorms National Park. Have yourself a cosy retreat to come home to during a holiday in the Cairngorm National Park. Find a perfectly equipped cottage or apartment that is a true 'home from home'.

Parts of the river are notoriously dangerous around the Linn of Dee; water falling over rocks creates a whirlpool effect that can drag people under. Other stretches of the river are calm and shallow, albeit icy cold, even in the heat of summer. These spots are wonderful for paddling and messing about in the water on holiday.

Find a good quality self-catering accommodation, bring food and drink and you're set to have a fabulously scenic adventure in the wilds of Scotland. Come in the snows of winter and ski at the Glenshee Ski Centre.

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