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Chalet 55 Holiday Home For Sale

Chalet 55 Holiday Home For Sale CHALET 55 is #WithNature Not your usual design specification from Island Leisure. Chalet 55 has very generous footprint. It also enjoys a sought after end-of-site location. Why sought after? Because it boasts amazing views of its surroundings. It is truly #WithNature. From one location you can enjoy a [...]

Spring 2018 Newsletter

Dalraddy Holiday Park Spring 2018             Welcome to new owners.  Dalraddy is a family friendly park that extends to 96 acres so there is much to explore and enjoy from woods and trails to hills and views. Shop Opening : The opening hours are 9am – 5pm for the spring [...]

Are you Looking for a Seasonal Touring Pitch ?

  Dalraddy Touring Park, Aviemore, Cairngorms National Park  What is a Seasonal Touring Pitch? If you have a touring caravan or motorhome and are looking to stay in the area for more than just a pit-stop this could be for you. A Seasonal Pitch is a pitch on our touring park which is [...]

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Holiday Home For Sale – Chalet 39

Another Great Opportunity to Own A Chalet at Dalraddy Holiday Park, Aviemore! This chalet, no. 39 sports an ideal position within the park, with stunning uninterrupted views of the countryside. Dalraddy Holiday Park, established in the 1960's is part of a family run estate. You can find out more by visiting www.alvie-estate.co.uk .  It's a [...]

Chalet 57 – Holiday Home in the Heart of the Cairngorms National Park.

Are you looking to buy a holiday home in the Cairngorms? A National Park Location is very desirable. Chalet 57 is now for sale. £128,750.00 could buy your new Highland holiday home near Aviemore, a very popular destination, all year round, with excellent road and rail links. Location is Everything! Dalraddy Holiday Park is open [...]

Wild Alvie Venison Sale – Up to 50% off!

'Alvie woodlands provide some of the best shelter in the Monadhliath Mountains. The Estate gained prominence during the early part of the last century because of experimental deer management techniques carried out by Robert Whitehead. Between 1906 & 1908 approximately 5,600 acres (2,300 hectares) of woodland and hill ground were enclosed within a deer fence [...]