Carrbridge nestles in the very heart of the Scottish Highlands, surrounded by beautiful mountain and moorland scenery.
This small community is perfect for those wishing to experience a taste of the true Highland atmosphere. Site of the oldest stone bridge in the Highlands and renowned as the home of both traditional and contemporary Celtic music and song, Carrbridge is replete with examples of both history and culture peculiar to the region.
Potter around the several craft shops in town or stop for a cup of tea and slice of cake in one of the numerous welcoming cafés. Among the attractions which have helped put Carrbridge on the map is the Landmark Forestry Heritage and Adventure Park with its wild water coaster, steam powered saw mill and tree top trail, which is set in an ancient pine forest.
At the same time there is considerable scope for other outdoor activities, including facilities for pony trekking, a challenging nine hole golf course and of course, walking in the beautiful highland surroundings.
We use the Carrbridge Hotel.
Carrbridge offers a good range of shops and services given its relatively compact size, including a coffee shop, general store and post office and the Landmark Forest Heritage shop which sells a range of books, gifts and souvenirs.