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Rothiemurchus

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Aviemore PH22 1QH, Scotland
+44 1479 812345
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Awesome clay shooting experience with Simon!

Definitely worth a try! It was the highlight for our family holiday and even I, a female, enjoyed... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
cqueeen
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Singapore, Singapore
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Beautiful part of the Highlands

We stopped at the Estate cafe next to the visitors centre on our way to tackle a Munro in the... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
sara1234Beauly
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Rothiemurchus welcomes you every day of the year. Be inspired by the scenery, enjoy relaxing or adventurous outdoor activities, share our passion for delicious estate produce and caravan or camp on the edge of the ancient forest. At the forefront of nature conservation and one of Scotland’s leading tourist attractions, Rothiemurchus Estate is a much loved community asset. We are at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, just outside Aviemore, somewhere quite different and special – a jewel of the Highlands of Scotland.
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  • Very good18%
  • Average2%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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Aviemore PH22 1QH, Scotland
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Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Definitely worth a try! It was the highlight for our family holiday and even I, a female, enjoyed it very much! We highly recommend our instructor Simon Munro, who was very kind, helpful and informative; clearly very experienced! :) I must also note that he...More

1  Thank cqueeen
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We stopped at the Estate cafe next to the visitors centre on our way to tackle a Munro in the Cairngorms. Had a fab wee breakfast, super friendly staff and great directions given for our onward journey. We've been before and can highly recommended the...More

1  Thank sara1234Beauly
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Lots of choice of activities, we walked, had a go at Segway, shopped and ate at the cafe/restaurant. Go and visit. There is something for everyone.

1  Thank Emma B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We booked a couple of clay pigeon and fly fishing lessons - excellent teachers - very knowledgable and experienced, also very personable. Excellent equipment and locations all set out, not cheap but these sorts of activities cost a lot everywhere. Will we book again on...More

Thank Lucy F
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Exiting, 3h drive straight trough the woods. Ability to see wild deer & birds. Stops for tea & coffee. Driver tells you all about the landscape, history, plants & animals. A must do, especially for families with kids & teens !

Thank Alain D
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We've been here before about 5 years ago, but made full use of the kayaking facilities on Loch Morlich this year, paddling into the lake and down the river. Saw water rats and dippers as we paddled on by, and red squirrels later. Great sandy...More

1  Thank AC888_888
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

My husband & I recently spent a morning shooting with our guide Jon. We had the best time. Was the first time I ever used a shot gun, my husband has a bit more experience & Jon was able to guide us, so that we...More

Thank Liz P
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Having fished here many times over the last ten years and having had a fly fishing lesson here myself some 4 years ago, it seemed logical to fit one in for my teenage son on a quick trip up to Aviemore from Aberdeen. This lesson...More

1  Thank Rocks_Cry_Out
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

There must have been some misunderstanding. We told the nice man at the Inverness iCentre that we wanted to go on hikes in the Highlands. He gave us a brochure for Rothiemurchus that touted Loch an Eilein as having been voted the best picnic spot...More

Thank CliffHugger
Rothiescot, General Manager at Rothiemurchus, responded to this reviewResponded 4 weeks ago

Thank you for taking the time to tell us about your disappointing visit, we are sorry you didn’t experience what you expected here. Your feedback is very helpful and we will discuss with VisitScotland how information on walking (hiking) on Rothiemurchus can be improved to...More

Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Had a brilliant time on this activity and Andy the guide was great. The weather was a little wet but that did not spoil our fun as it made the splashes bigger! The practice and coaching was great and the course was good as it...More

Thank Richard B
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sanandstu
14 March 2017|
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Response from Steve B | Reviewed this property |
Really good. I took my 15 yo son who had never shot before and he loved it. I have done so previously and the guide catered for both if us so well. We signed up for the basic packets and got more than promised really - a... More
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singlewithboy15
13 December 2016|
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Response from Rothiescot | Property representative |
Best kept secret is that this area has some of the beautiful and accessible low level walking in U.K., much of it in the amazing ancient 'Caledonian' pine forest of Rothiemurchus, with a great network of paths easily reached... More
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Alison P
23 July 2016|
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Response from antis | Reviewed this property |
Hi , If you go on line and check out the following Centre for your Pony Trek for your grandchildren. They take them from age 3. I would also suggest visiting the lovely BEACH at Loch Morlich just up the road from... More
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