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Rent a holiday home, apartment or cottage in Nethy Bridge from just £54 per night
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Travellers who are looking for a pet-friendly property will find Nethy Bridge suitable, as many holiday rentals are pet-friendly. Pet-friendly holiday lettings in Nethy Bridge have an average price of £149 a night. A few of the pet-friendly rentals are situated less than 2 kilometres away from the city centre.
The Weather in Nethy Bridge
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Check out the climate diagram for Nethy Bridge. On average, the warmest month is July. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 0° in February. The rainiest month is December, while the driest month is September.
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Accommodation options for your holiday in Nethy Bridge
In Nethy Bridge, hotel rooms are the most common type of accommodation on offer. Hotel rooms in Nethy Bridge have an average cost of £130 a night as well as an average size of 22 m². Furthermore, these properties tend to be great for couples and small groups, since most can welcome 2 holidaymakers. If you would prefer to compare another property type, you may want to have a look at bed & breakfast rentals, which are the second most frequently offered property type in Nethy Bridge. Bed & Breakfast rentals have an average size of 22 m² in Nethy Bridge.
Stay in a Nethy Bridge holiday cottage for pristine mountain views
Stay in a charming Nethy Bridge country cottage and get back to nature in this tranquil, woodland-dotted location. With easy access to the Highlands, and situated close to Cairngorms National Park, Nethy Bridge makes for a fantastic getaway.
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Nethy Bridge: mountain adventure and serene river fishing
A Nethy Bridge accommodation is perfectly situated for trying countless activities in the area. From hillwalking and mountain biking to horse riding and water rafting, you won’t get bored. No trip to Nethy Bridge is complete without a visit to Cairngorms National Park. With the highest mountain in Britain and numerous different landscapes, there’s plenty to keep you occupied here. But if you prefer quieter activities, head to Green Bowling or try your hand at angling in the Abernethy Waters.
Where are the unique attractions in Nethy Bridge?
Out of Nethy Bridge: ancient forest, whisky and magical birds
Head to the Loch Garden Osprey Centre to catch a glimpse of these fantastic birds, or visit the Abernathy National Nature Reserve and discover ancient Caledonian pine forest and more. The Malt Whisky Trail is a must for anyone who likes a tipple, and if you want to enjoy some stunning scenery, head to Loch Morlich for sandy beaches and snowy peaks. Walk in the forest that borders the lake, or have a go at some water sports.
What are the best events and festivals in Nethy Bridge?
Fun for the family in Nethy Bridge
With plentiful adventure activities and wide natural spaces, Nethy Bridge is the perfect place for a family holiday. Just down the road, in Grantown-on-Spey, you’ll find Craggan Outdoors with gorge walking, paintball, canoeing and zipwire. A trip to the Cairngorn Reindeer Centre makes for a great day out, and the Rothiemurchus Estate in the Highlands offers clay pigeon shooting, bush craft and Tarzan swings.
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