Set in the heart of Royal Deeside, Glendavan House was built as a shooting lodge in 1886. The house stands in its own extensive grounds - seven acres of natural pine woodland overlooking Loch Davan - within the newly created Cairngorms National Park. The grounds are home to varied Highland wildlife including regularly sighted red squirrels and roe deer. The loch is a protected bird sanctuary - in the autumn, thousands of greylag geese settle on their journey south, sharing territory with whooper swans, mallard ducks, moorhens and a family of otters.
Accommodation is provided in 2 suites of rooms incorporating bedroom, bathroom and sitting room with real coal fires. The Ogston Suite also incorporates a gorgeous conservatory from which you can view the family of red squirrels feeding just a few yards away. The upstairs Trantor Suite offers cosy comfort with a four poster bed and enormous bathroom with roll top bath. The Davan room, with newly refurbished ensuite bathroom, offers fabulous views over Loch Davan.
Furnished to the highest standards, each suite and room combines bespoke and antique furniture, Victorian features and luxurious fabrics with state of the art, modern facilities. Accommodation at Glendavan has been tailored to offer every guest a little bit of luxury in a relaxed and informal manner.