News & Reviews

Keep up to date with The Boat House and discover what other guests enjoyed during their stay.

The Boat House in Spring

The Magic of Springtime at the Boat House

As the days start lengthening, the magic of Springtime is everywhere in the beautiful, timeless, sanctuary for nature, which hides the spacious luxury and contemporary chic of The Boat House. Carpets of snowdrops stretch down to the waters of the Milton burn and daffodil leaves force their way through the grass alongside the drive down […]

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Walks from The Boat House Rothiemurchus Aviemore

Favourite Walks from The Boat House

My Favourite Walks from The Boat House, Rothiemurchus, by Alexandra Grant “The Boat House was my first home and l love going back to enjoy my favourite walks.  Beside the drive, the branches of the beech trees made a roof to our outdoor house as we swished our wee feet through the leaves. We took […]

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Christmas at The Boat House, Rothiemurchus

Exciting News – new property coming soon!

We are very excited to announce that we will have a new property, West Lodge, opening in the next couple of months.  West Lodge is a one-bedroom property, located on Rothiemurchus. If you want to be the first to know more please sign up to our newsletter  

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Thank you for a truly special week

Thank you for a truly special week: holiday. The Boat House is in a gorgeous setting and is brilliantly arranged with so many details thought of. We’ve had a couple of lovely meals at the Bridge Inn and can recommend the Falconry and tubing experiences.

 

Finding The Boat House was indeed the best part of our trip.

Dear All   Well it’s Friday and the week is over – home today! What a wonderful stay we have had. It has been 30 years since we visited this part of the world and what a pleasure it has been to return. Finding The Boat House was indeed the best part of our trip. […]

 

Lovely house

Lovely house. We had a great time visiting the lochs, and walking among the pine trees. Our dog very much enjoyed sniffing and following the pheasant too. I particularly like looking at the Castle at Loch an Eilein.