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Feith Mhor Lodge Station Road, Carrbridge, Aviemore PH23 3AP Scotland
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#4 of 4 Speciality lodging in Carrbridge
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KMR wrote a review Aug 2021
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Location is terrific. Carrbridge is lovely and only a mile or so away. Jess is super-responsive on email, and even before the holiday was very helpful with information about local walks, fishing lakes and things to do in general. The house has a really welcoming 'feel’, and it felt like a home. The space, facilities, setting, garden, trampoline, climbing frame, and peace & quiet were (mostly) first rate. The dining table was brilliant for large groups for dining and board games. The more formal sitting room is nice for a bit of peace and quiet. Rooms are lovely and comfortable, and except for Room 5, all the plumbing and showers were really good. Couple of areas of obvious improvement would be to put some stools in the kitchen. The fact that the house doesn’t have a straightforward television setup in the downstairs lounge off the dining area is just plain bad. You have to navigate through iPlayer etc to watch, and it’s just not consistent with the rest of the experience of the house. Not that we watched that much, but still. Wi-Fi was good throughout. An unpleasant surprise was that the lodge is actually three properties on the same plot with shared access to the outside play facilities. The Vrbo details did not make that clear at the time of booking, and still don’t at the time of writing this review. The two smaller cottages to the rear of the lodge can be seen from the aerial photo on the site, however the description should make it explicit that these are separate and may be occupied by different groups while you are staying in the lodge. The fact that the neighbours have their own fenced of gardens didn’t stop them walking their dog round the large garden that ‘belongs’ to the lodge. The middle cottage is being renovated at present so when you book this property ask yourself the question whether you want two set of neighbours in close proximity for the duration of your stay at Feith Mhor.
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Date of stay: August 2021
MountainHare_10 wrote a review Jun 2017
Edinburgh, United Kingdom33 contributions10 helpful votes
Arrived with bikes, both of us soaking wet. Ian looked after the bikes and guided us quickly to the drying room. We have missed that facility in most B&Bs. Good advice to stock up with food at the Tomatin Community Shop, as we came south from Nairn. Great access roads, thanks to the Lodge being on the old A9. Good hostel style facilities. Our en suite double room was very pleasant and comfortable. Yes, there are rules - good ones like please no outdoor footwear, use our slip-on shoes. It was good to have a bit of contact with Ian and Liz during our single night stay to discuss minor queries.
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Date of stay: June 2017
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Room Tip: Just enjoy the large communal lounge after your meal.
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Kate M wrote a review Feb 2017
1 contribution8 helpful votes
Our stay at the lodge was one of the strangest experiences I've ever encountered. The owners are at best in the wrong profession. There are rules after rules to follow and we didn't relax once whilst staying here. The owners constantly walk in and pick you up on the smallest of details....NOTE: DOGS ARE NOT WELCOME HERE - a little detail they forget to mention on their terrible website.
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Date of stay: February 2017
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Trip type: Travelled with friends
Janine S wrote a review Feb 2017
6 contributions9 helpful votes
Booked the Lodge for two birthdays. We had exclusive use for two nights. Lodge is a hostel available for groups to use and is geared up for outdoor activities. Two of our party were arriving by bike. They wanted to arrive in daylight before it got too icy to cycle and arrived at 3pm. They were not permitted to go into the Lodge prior to 5pm. There is nowhere nearby to take shelter from the cold. Forecast was minus 10 degrees Celsius. We were shown around and told umpteen rules. Shoes off at the door, "we control the woodburner", no cooking after 10pm, etc. Lots of laminated signs with various rules. A little intrusive, but we could cope with that. However, the owners thought nothing of walking in to the Lodge regularly. One of our party, with a baby in arms, was ordered to remove her outdoor shoes. Not muddy hiking boots, just clean trainers she'd forgotten she was wearing in her haste to feed her child. No concessions to her situation, just barked orders. The intrusion of the owners was persistent and unpredictable. You don't expect a hotel owner to walk into your room. Equally, we didn't expect them to walk in all the time, either. Lodge was heated with underfloor heating which was absolutely stifling. We got into trouble because we opened the back door. Alarmingly, we we told to keep the doors locked because there were "weirdos around" who might come in and we had a few young children in our group. This was quite disturbing. So, upshot is, we were made to feel so unwelcome and uncomfortable, we left 2 days early. We shall never return.
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Date of stay: February 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
Jolanta Z wrote a review Sep 2016
Aberdeen, United Kingdom9 contributions
Very quiet and beautiful nature scenery right outside. Very warm and cosy inside and the owners are very welcoming. Absolutely perfect for weekends away with children as it's just 10 minutes away from the landmark!
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Date of stay: September 2016Trip type: Travelled with family
United KingdomScotlandScottish HighlandsAviemore and the CairngormsAviemoreCarrbridge
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Frequently Asked Questions about Feith Mhor Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Feith Mhor Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Landmark Forest Adventure Park (6.6 km), The Old Packhorse Bridge (7.2 km), and Carrbridge Artists Studio (6.3 km).
Is parking available at Feith Mhor Lodge?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Feith Mhor Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Cairn Hotel Restaurant, The Old Bakery, and Woodland Diner.
Are there any historical sites close to Feith Mhor Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting The Old Packhorse Bridge (7.2 km).