With the River Spey flowing closely alongside it, Aviemore is located along the northwestern edge of Scotland’s world-renowned Cairngorms National Park — surrounded by beautiful lochs, mountains and forests.
For generations, this well-established town has supplied the day-to-day needs of thousands of locals and visitors every year, with supermarkets, eateries, shops and other amenities all on hand for your convenience. Whether it’s peak tourist season or the quieter months, this is a relaxed and invigorating place to call home.
Life in one of Scotland’s most celebrated regions is defined by stunning scenic vistas at every turn and the strong sense of community that connects everything together — an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life into something truly special.
The 3 & 4 bedroom detached homes at Dalfaber overlook the beautiful Spey Valley Resort and its 18-hole championship golf course, while retaining a sense of privacy and community. It’s a serenely beautiful location to enjoy a calm luxury lifestyle, and it’s the perfect gateway to great outdoor living.
Nestled near the northeastern edge of Scotland’s world-renowned Cairngorms National Park, Aviemore has been a destination of choice for generations of families, adventure-seekers and anyone wishing to escape city life and embrace the wilds of Scotland.
Known across the globe for its scenery, deep roots and abundance of outdoor activities, Aviemore is located at a perfect spot along the A9 — giving access to both Inverness in the north and the ‘Central Belt’ south of the Cairngorms. Rail passengers can reach Inverness and Edinburgh directly from Aviemore station — which is also a stop on the Caledonian Sleeper service, running all the way to London Euston.
Aviemore is easily accessible by rail and by road via the A9 route, which connects Inverness in the north to Perth and the ‘Central Belt’. The town is also connected to the scenic north east of Scotland via the A95 route, with follow-on connections to Aberdeen and the east coast.
Inverness Airport – 36 miles from Dalfaber
Aberdeen Airport – 87 miles from Dalfaber
Aviemore Train Station – 1.5 miles from Dalfaber
Impressive forests, mountainous landscapes and proud heritage are all cornerstones of life here — and Dalfaber homeowners will have a magnificent selection of storied castles, stunning landscapes and historic whisky distilleries right on their doorstep.
Much-loved Speyside favourites like The Glenlivet and Dalwhinnie are produced nearby, as is the popular Cairngorm Gin — and the local area around Aviemore is a haven for food and drink lovers of all tastes.
New adventures for fans of outdoor pursuits are never too far away, and the nearby Loch Insh Outdoor Centre is a great place to start — offering a range of water-based activities and a dry slope for ski and snowboarding practice.
During the winter months, thousands flock to the Cairngorm Mountain Range to hit the slopes at the Lecht and Glenshee ski centres.
Last, but not least, at Dalfaber there is an 18-hole championship golf course practically at your front door — a hugely attractive proposition for any enthusiast. There is truly no better place to perfect your swing and enjoy days surrounded by scenic Scotland than right here in Aviemore.
Dalfaber Show Home and Marketing Suite is now open 7 days a week. For further information, please contact: Roma McIntosh on 07795 241868 or Elaine Blaney on 07597 580740.
Or visit the Show Home at 37 Lairig Ghru View, Aviemore, PH22 1ST (beside Spey Valley Golf Club)
Please note our festive opening times below:
Thu 21 Dec - Tue 26 Dec - closed
Wed 27 Dec - Sat 30 Dec - open
Sun 31 Dec - Wed 3 Jan - closed
Thu 4 Jan - resume normal hours