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A converted Mill and Steading in a secluded glen in the Cairngorms National Park. A superb location for wildlife-watching and walking - there are a 100 miles of waymarked paths from the front door.

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Rooms: Four cottages with 2-3 bedrooms, each sleeping 4-6

from £358 per week depending on season and cottage. Short breaks available

Meals: Self Catering
Open: All year round
Address: Easter Corrie, Tomnavoulin, Ballindalloch, Moray, AB37 9JB
Tel: +44 (0) 1807 590241

Why we've chosen Easter Corrie Mill, Cairngorms, Scotland

How does Easter Corrie Mill minimise its impact on the environment and contribute to a sense of place?

These self-catering cottages in the Cairngorms National Park have been awarded Gold by the GTBS, are fully insulated with rock wool, and have been fitted with low energy light fittings and A/B rated appliances. A solar heating system makes full use of the south facing site. All of the water comes from a spring high on the hill above the site, which means that no energy is used to bring the water to the cottages either. The water then goes through UV treatment once reaching the cottages. Recycling bags are provided throughout the accommodations, plus there are composting facilities for organic waste. The cleaning products used are all environmentally friendly.

Locally produced food is available in nearby village stores, and at Ballcorach Farm, and the area itself is situated on the 58,000 acre Glenlivet Estate, with over 100 miles of walking trails. The gardens at Easter Corrie are planted with local natives plants that do not need watering, and provide habitat for a number of mammal as well as bird species. There's lots of information on local wildlife, and the hosts run guided tours. The accommodation is located within the Cairngorms National Park, offering the chance to explore the landscape of the Cairngorm Mountains, as well as learn more about the sustainable development area within the Park.

Top eco features at Easter Corrie Mill

  • Insulated with rock wool

  • Water fresh from a spring

  • Recycling bags & compost facilities available

  • Gardens planted with local natives plants that provide habitats for numerous mammal and bird species

  • Actively involved in recording local wildlife

  • Awarded Gold by the Green Tourism Business Scheme



Easter Corrie Mill, Cairngorms, Scotland
Nearest train station: Aviemore

Directions from station:
Take the A95 past Grantown on Spey. Turn south at Bridge of Avon onto the B9008 in the direction of Glenlivet and Tomintoul. On entering Tomnavoulin take the right hand turning immediately before the Village Green and Post Office Stores. This road is called Allt-na-Coire. At the end of the tarmac road, after about half a mile, take the upper, right hand track for another few hundred yards where you will find Easter Corrie on the right at the top of the rise.

Plan your journey by train

Buy rail tickets online and then collect them at any main station.
Bookings usually open 10-12 weeks before your date of travel.

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