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Simon & Fiona welcome you to our Highland Home in the small village of Laggan nestling on the western edge of the Cairngorms National Park, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.We provide luxury Organic and Eco friendly accommodation offering Breakfast and Evening Meals in a magnificent and tranquil setting with views of the Monadhliath Mountains, Black Wood and River Spey.

There are lots of active things to do in Laggan, numerous Munro’s, purpose built cycle trails at Wolftrax, organised activities, way marked walks, scenery, and wildlife to enjoy at a slower pace with other attractions close by too. And now the new East Highland Way runs right past our door. If that is not enough check out the WalkHighlands website.  The Rumblie is an ideal place to relax, re-charge, and reinvigorate your senses.

Scotland welcomes the world for the Year of Homecoming Scotland 2014! The year-long programme of events will celebrate the very best of Scotland’s food and drink, our fantastic active and natural resources as well as our creativity, culture and ancestral heritage.

Scotland will also play host to two world-class events in 2014 – the XXth Commonwealth Games which Glasgow will host in July and the 40th Ryder Cup to be staged at historic Gleneagles in September.

We are a in the perfect position to take advantage of some of Scotlands best Mountain Bike experiences, with the new Mountain Bike Centre at Glenlivet openning fully this year and about 45mins away by car the same distance in the other direction is The Witches Trails based at the Nevis Range and on our doorstep is Wolftrax.

Listed in “Scotland The Best” latest edition as one of the 3 Great Highland B&B’s,  – “eco-friendly and people friendly B&B which takes its green agenda seriously”


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