Newtonmore Hotels

Alvey House Newtonmore

Set on the outskirts of the Highland Village of Newtonmore in the lee of the Monadliath Mountains, Alvey House commands panoramic views of the Spey River Valley, Grampian and Cairngorm Mountains.

Ard Na Coille 5 Star Guest House

A beautiful 5 Star Guest House set in 3 acres of beautiful, private, elevated and unspoilt countryside in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park,

Balavil Hotel Newtonmore

The Balavil Sport Hotel sits in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park, one of the most breathtaking natural landscapes in Scotland.

Clune House Newtonmore

4 star guesthouse located in Newtonmore at the southern end of the Cairngorm national park. Close to many of the local attractions. 

Creag Meagaidh Newtonmore

Set within the Cairngorm National Park, this small, family-run B&B offers the ideal base from which to explore the wonderful Cairngorm and Monadh Liath mountain ranges.

Crubenbeg House Newtonmore

Set amid stunning peaceful scenery, Crubenbeg House offers superb views of the surrounding countryside.

Eagle View Guest House Hotel Newtonmore

Eagle View Guest House Hotel is situated within the wonderful Cairngorm National Park and is convenient for touring the Central and Western Scottish Highlands and Islands.

Glenavon House Newtonmore

A small bed and breakfast in the Highland village of Newtonmore - ideally located for walking, bird watching and exploring the beautiful countryside around the Cairngorms.

Highlander Hotel Newtonmore

The Highlander Hotel is based in the village of Newtonmore, in the heart of the Scottish Highlands.

Laggan Hotel Newtonmore

Laggan Hotel is located in the Cairngorm National Park and sits in an elevated position surrounded by magnificent views of both the Cairngorms and Monadhliath Mountains.

The Glen Hotel Newtonmore

An elegant Edwardian Hotel located at the heart of the Scottish Highlands, offering beautiful views of the countryside around.

Located close to Aviemore and home to secluded glen and mountains, Newtonmore is also homeland to Shinty (the curious highland curling/hockey) sport. The river Spey runs through the town and there are quite a few local hotels and accommodation.
 
Talking about Shinty, in the field, Newtonmore even forgets the peaceful co-existence with its neighbour Kingussie and of late they have become bitter rivals. The Highland Folk museum hereis one where you can spend some quality time.
 
Newtonmore is a pleasant village with a lot of attractions and if you want to learn more about it, check our Newtonmore Visitor Guide.
 
There are a lot of hotels in the place and if you want to check the prices before you get there, go through our Newtonmore hotel price comparison service.