Karen and Neil extend a warm welcome and assure you of a comfortable stay at RossMor Guest House, our elegant Victorian Villa in the Scottish Highlands. RossMor was built in 1887 by Lord Seafield as a home for one of his daughters, and we have retained many of the original features such as the beautiful pitch pine woodwork, cornices and stained glass windows. Set in half an acre of private gardens, the house has stunning views over the local pine woods and old curling pond to the Hills of Cromdale beyond.
RossMor is centrally located for exploring the Cairngorms National Park. Just across the road, woodland paths lead to the River Spey in just 10 minutes, and within a short drive you can access trails to explore the Park’s many peaks and glens. The world famous Whisky Trail is also nearby, along with numerous castles and ancient battlefields. For wildlife enthusiasts, many birds and red squirrels are regular visitors to our gardens and the RSPB Osprey Centre is only a few miles away. Capercaillie live in our community woodlands, and are a rare and exciting sight. For outdoor enthusiasts there is golf, salmon and trout fishing, watersports, mountain biking, horse riding, skiing and many other activities available in the Cairngorms National Park and surrounding area. Alternatively, why not just visit, put your feet up and relax!
We look forward to welcoming you to RossMor.
Karen and Neil