Welcome to Netherwood House
Large self catering home in the Highlands
A very warm Highland welcome to Netherwood.
Netherwood House provides a delightful combination of up-to-date facilities with the Highland charm of a substantial stone, lodge-style detached house. The house is very well-equipped, spacious, and comfortable, offering a holiday base suitable for families and larger groups (maximum group size, 10).
Two Kingsize bedrooms
Bunk bedroom for 2 adults or 4 children
Ground floor extra bedroom (double or twin)
Children's room with Captain's bed and cot
Dogs, well trained, are very welcome
Sync EV (Type 2) 7.4kW
Close to train station
Close to golf course
Ample, secure parking.
Shops/restaurants: 0.25 mile
Your stay in the Highlands
Open the porch door and take off your boots – you’re just back from a lovely fifty-minute walk up to the car park, from where you can see beautiful Glen Banchor, opening out before you – beckoning you to explore further, this stunning expanse of hinterland.
Maybe you’ve climbed one of the three local Munros in the Glen, spotting red deer, mountain hare and a variety of birds of prey including the occasional Golden Eagle. Or your group has thoroughly enjoyed the seven-mile lower level Wildcat Trail around the village.
This attractive, family and dog-friendly house offers VisitScotland 4-Star self-catering accommodation and holds a Walkers and Cyclists Welcome Award.
Short-term Letting Licence No. – HI-70196-F
All year round holidays in the Highlands...
If it’s summertime, maybe you’ll be setting up the barbeque, having chosen some tasty steaks, sausages, burgers and chicken thighs from the local butcher in Kingussie or on your journey north at the House of Bruar. You deserve your bbq because you’ve cycled up into Glentruim, picnicked by and subsequently swum in the river – invigorating indeed, even in the summer!
Or coming into autumn, you’ve picked wild Chanterelle mushrooms from woodland up behind nearby Craggan. You’ve maybe cycled up behind Kingussie and returned home via the estate track or enjoyed a day trip up to see the abundance of wildlife, including the renowned polar bear, ‘Hamish’, at the Highland Wildlife Park, a mere 8 miles away.
Or in winter you’ve returned from snowboarding and skiing on the slopes at the Cairngorm Mountain ski resort. After a refreshing shower, come into the front room and sit down and relax – the fire is blazing away already!
Situated on the outskirts of the village of Newtonmore, Strathspey on a quiet road leading up into beautiful Glen Banchor – one of Speyside’s secret treasures – the house is set in a woodland garden with a barbecue area and swing.
Well-equipped, spacious, comfortable and warm, Netherwood provides a delightful combination of up-to-date facilities and the Highland charm of a substantial stone, lodge-style house.
Bedrooms comprise: Two kingsize, one twin, a bunk room (for two adults or 4 children), the Captain’s (child) bedroom together with a cot. There is an additional room on the ground floor which has a trundle bed.
Dog friendly Highland Holidays
Netherwood House is a dog friendly holiday home which offers VisitScotland 4-Star self-catering accommodation.
A ten minute walk up the road takes you to the opening of Glen Banchor. There are tracks leading to various and higher elevated destinations. For those who wish a longer and relatively flat 8 mile walk, the route through to Laggan is well worth it. Two things to note – drop off a car at Laggan so you can drive back. Be prepared to take off your boots and socks to wade through the river! Visit Website
On behalf of the farmers and crofters, please make sure your dog is kept on a lead when livestock are in the vicinity.
The location couldn’t be better for holidays with your dog!
Highland Holiday Home with EV Charging Point
In December 2021, a Sync EVCP 7.4kW Smart domestic car charging point was installed at Netherwood.
The use of the Sync EV (Type 2) is free for one car, extra cars incur a modest cost.
Holidays in the Highlands
Newtonmore offers the visitor a wide range of activities within the village lying at the southern end of the Spey Valley in the Cairngorms National Park. Newtonmore is at the heart of the Scottish Highlands and is the original Geographical Centre of Scotland making it the ideal place for long or short breaks or to explore the surrounding area much of which has been used in filming, amongst others, ‘Monarch of the Glen’.
For more on Newtonmore click here
We also suggest clicking here where you will find useful information about the history of Badenoch and details of planned events in the area.