Rothiemurchus is a special and beautiful place in the Highlands of Scotland, at the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.

Loved and cared for almost 500 years by generations of the Grant family, it has an exceptional charm which stays in the memories of visitors.

Relax and experience stunning scenery, exceptional wildlife and a long and rich history with a choice of outdoor activities for everyone; from inspirational easy walks, fishing, Ranger led tours, wildlife photography and watching, pony and quad bike treks, clay shooting, tree top adventures, biking, archery, segways to fun and challenging water activities.

Enjoy superb Rothiemurchus farm and local produce from the Farm Shop and in The Druie café restaurant, browse our specially chosen gifts, quirky cards and local craft gallery and stay at our Camp & Caravan Park, luxury self-catering cottage or at the wide choice of excellent local accommodation. Everyone is welcome from near and far!


  • Spring at Rothiemurchus

    June 08, 2018

    Spring is a fantastic time to visit the Cairngorms, the days are getting longer and there's new life and vibrant...

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  • Highlands: Ospreys in flight over Rothiemurchus

    April 19, 2018

    You cannot help but be mesmerised to the skies during March to September. For many that is simply longing for...

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  • EGGcellent turnout on Easter Sunday!

    April 02, 2018

    EGGcellent turnout on Easter Sunday! As I write this from inside the Rangers’ Hut, with hail falling outside, it’s hard...

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  • Healthy, delicious and home-produced: Rothiemurchus venison

    August 03, 2017

    Healthy, delicious and home-produced: Rothiemurchus venison Health benefits of venison At Rothiemurchus we have long known about how great venison...

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    Music by Sorren Maclean, taken from the album ‘Winter Stay Autumn’.


    “This is an amazing place, we feel so free, it’s the real outdoors —stunning scenery, superb activities, beautiful shops and friendly people. We love it here.”

    Simmons family, Cambridge