Allt Na Criche and Allt Bronach are two adjoined – just about identical – cottages that are situated overlooking Gaskbeg Farm with lovely views of the valley and hills which are very accessible in the summer and frequently snow covered in the winter. Gaskbeg is at the western edge of the Cairngorms National Park, very close to Laggan Wolftrax bike centre and equidistant between the two outdoor capitals of Aviemore in the East and Fort William in the west.
Allt nan Criche is a delightful 2-bedroom cottage that very comfortably sleeps 4 in either 2 doubles or 1 double and 2 singles. There is underfloor heating throughout the cottage, the kitchen is fully equipped with a dishwasher, washing machine and microwave. There is a separate dining room, a cosy sitting room and a wet room that has been designed to help guest with limited ability. Allt na Criche is graded ‘4star’ and ‘Assisted Disabled’ with Visit Scotland.
All are welcome at Gaskbeg Farm and please feel free to get in touch with any query. Heating, linen towels and WiFi are all included in the price.
The cottages have an enclosed garden that is very peaceful and relaxing and there are numerous opportunities for walking from your back door.
The cottages are both named after burns (small rivers) The Allt na Criche flows into the Allt Bronach that then flows past the cottages. Allt nan Criche means the ‘boundary burn’ so it must have marked a boundary in the past. Allt Broanch means the ‘sad melancholy burn’.
NOTE : Really Sorry but we do not take dogs