We stayed at The Coig na Shee over the valentines weekend.
Our first impression of the B&B was us wondering whether we had arrived at the right place as it was so much better than we first anticipated when we booked.
The room was great with the most comfortable bed I have ever slept on and was spotlessly clean. All the little extras put in the room, such as homemade biscuits, really made all the difference.
Both Marion and Graham are wonderful people who deem nothing to be too much trouble, to the point where Marion actually offered to give us a lift down to the village as the weather wasn't that great.
The highlight for my other half especially was the tasty home cooked/locally sourced breakfast which was perfect and kept us full all the way through to tea time.
I would 100% recommend this place to anybody looking for somewhere to stay with 5* quality without the extortionate price tag.
We are already looking at dates for our next visit.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Coig na Shee Guest House, a 1903 Highland lodge within mature grounds, is on the edge of Newtonmore, within the Cairngorms National Park. Offering stylish rooms, peace and quiet, and great breakfasts. Located in the Spey Valley, Coig na Shee is the perfect base for walking, climbing, (short distance to the Monadhliath & Cairngorm Mountains and many Munros), mountain biking (Laggan Wolftrax Mountain Bike Park is nearby), golfing, skiing, horse riding and many water sports. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Coig Na Shee Newtonmore, Scotland