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Base yourself at Rothiemurchus and experience its magic from dawn to dusk. Book a short break or holiday in our uniquely restored cottages, or reserve a pitch at our campsite and bring your campervan, tent or caravan. It’s nestled in woodland only a 20-minute walk from The Barn Cafe and Farm Shop.

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Luxury self-catering cottages

Experience the perfect blend of self-catering convenience and five-star opulence by booking a cottage at Rothiemurchus via Hidden Highland Retreats or the Boathouse. Each property has been meticulously restored to deliver the perfect blend of modern comfort and traditional charm.

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Camping and caravanning at Rothiemurchus

Rothiemurchus Camp and Caravan Park in Coylumbridge has been designed to let the ancient forest grow and spread naturally, so here you sleep amid towering Caledonian pines. This gives it a wild, organic feel – but with the bonus of modern facilities. Tents, touring caravans and campervans are all welcome, and electric hookup is available.

Each pitch is matched to its occupants, so please book by emailing campandcaravan@rothie.net

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Camp by Loch Morlich at Glenmore Campsite

If Rothiemurchus campsite is fully booked, our closest neighbouring campsite is Glenmore, a peaceful site with direct access to Loch Morlich.

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Cairngorm Motorhome Site

If you’re in a self-contained campervan, you can stay at Cairngorm Mountain’s stopover, which offers epic views across Glenmore and Loch Morlich.
Closed during winter.

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Other nearby campsites

The Cairngorms National Park is full of brilliant campsites, each with their own character. Check out Visit Cairngorms comprehensive list and their downloadable map.

Campsites in the Cairngorms

Wild Camping: Our Advice For Responsible Stays

Tread lightly, leave no trace
If you like the idea of camping in the wild rather than at a campsite, you’re not alone. As wild camping increases in popularity, it’s more important than ever to do it responsibly.

Most of Rothiemurchus is a conservation area. Help us care for this unique and ancient forest and the wildlife that lives in and around. Do your bit by sticking to maintained paths, not lighting fires, taking any litter home and keeping dogs to heel or on short lead. To make an even bigger contribution, pick up any you come across.

At Rothiemurchus, we consider wild camping to be:

  • • camping for the night only, which means arriving late in the day, and clearing away your campsite early in the morning
  • • pitching your tent at least one mile from public tarmac roads
  • • individuals or small groups

DO NOT LIGHT FIRES

The forest and moorlands at Rothiemurchus are very vulnerable to fire at all times of year and in all weather conditions. Lighting anything – BBQ, cigarette, campfire – is dangerous, so please don’t. Be careful when disposing of glass items, too, as they can be a fire hazard when placed in direct sunlight.

Loch an Eilein Overflow Camping
Rothiemurchus and the surrounding area is a very popular holiday destination, and there are times
when every campsite is fully booked. If this happens, to help us care for nature we have a single-night overflow camping area next to Loch an Eilein car park to help people with tents and campervans camp responsibly.  You can pay the attendant, or use the QR code to pay online if you arrive out-of-hours.

Please be respectful to others by keeping noise to a minimum. You will have to pay for daytime parking if you intend to spend the day at Loch an Eilein.

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