Coronavirus update- 24th June 2020
We plan to welcome guests back to our holiday cottages from 15th July, providing that we continue to move through the phases of lifting lockdown set by the Scottish Government.
Our dedicated housekeeping team are taking every precaution and deep cleaning to ensure our holiday cottages are safe for all of our guests.
All of our properties are located in a very rural setting, allowing guests to socially distance.
We still have availability in August and September, and can’t wait to welcome you back! Check our holiday cottage availability here
Welcome to Alvie and Dalraddy Estates
Alvie Estate & Dalraddy are family owned, traditional Highland Estates extending from the Monadhliath hills across the River Spey to the Cairngorms National park. We’re four miles south of Aviemore, near the village of Kincraig in the District of Badenoch, the geographic centre of Scotland.
The Estates include holiday cottages, a camping and caravan park, hill farm with sheep and shorthorn cattle, native pinewoods, heather moors, wood chip production for bio-fuel, a rock quarry and a gravel quarry.
We’ve a range of activities available on the Estates to suit both the adventurous or sedate. From zip wires and clay pigeon shooting to archery & horse riding, field sports and not forgetting walking, fishing and bird-watching, there’s plenty of fun for everyone.
Alvie Estate is well worth exploring. Help our keeper feed the deer in the winter months or watch sheep being clipped in June. Estate tours can be organised if you want to learn more about our countryside and how we make a living
Alvie House, an Edwardian shooting lodge with its traditional charm and spectacular setting is the perfect venue for weddings, meetings and events. It has frequently been used as a location for corporate events, films and TV.
Alvie and Dalraddy Estates, the perfect setting for you holiday, wedding or event.
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