Alvie & Dalraddy are traditional Highland Estates 4 miles south of Aviemore near the village of Kincraig in Badenoch, the geographic centre of Scotland. The Estates extend into the Monadhliath hills from the River Spey, famous for its fishing and whisky and overlook the Cairngorm Mountain range in the Cairngorms National Park.
Dalraddy Holiday Park offers the following holiday accommodation:
offers the following facilities.
- Luxury Holiday Lodges
- Touring Caravan Pitches
- Camping pitches and/or ready pitched tents
Ideal for fishing holidays
Don't forget to pack your fishing gear! Dalraddy Holiday Park is an ideal base for a fishing holiday in Highlands as there are fishing opportunities either on the park or close by.
Perfect for Golfers
Want a Highlands golf break or holiday? Then booking a holiday or break at Dalraddy Holiday Park could be a great solution. There is a golf course on the park or near by. And with plenty for non golfers to do either at Dalraddy Holiday Park or in and around the Aviemore area the non golfers will have a great time too.
Children's Play Area
If you are looking to book a family holiday then Dalraddy Holiday Park could be the perfect answer. Dalraddy Holiday Park has a children's play area which is ideal for kids to burn off excess energy and make friends with the other children enjoying their Highlands holiday.
If you are booking a longer holiday at Dalraddy Holiday Park then it's still possible to pack light. The on park launderette will help you make the most of the clothes you have packed.
Pet Friendly Holiday Parks
There is no reason to leave your pets behind because at Dalraddy Holiday Park they welcome well behaved pets. Dalraddy Holiday Park understands that a family holiday means all the members of your family including your dog. You also get to save money as well as we all know that kenels can be pretty expensive. There is also plenty to do around Aviemore for both you and your dog.
There is a public telephone available at Dalraddy Holiday Park. Please note that the public pay phone may be located inside or outside and therefore access to it may not be available 24 hours a day.
Food shop on the park.
There is a food shop at Dalraddy Holiday Park. So there is no need to hunt for a shop in Aviemore or further afield around Highlands for those daily essentials.
Facilities for Campers at Dalraddy Holiday Park.The following facilites will be of particular interest to tent based campers and those using a touring caravan
Washing up facilities
There are washing up facilities at Dalraddy Holiday Park so there is no need to fetch and carry water back to your tent or touring caravan for washing up.
Toilets and Showers
There are toilets and shower facilities at Dalraddy Holiday Park Essential for most tent based campers and certainly an added advantage for touring caravanners.
Other facilities and features include:
Horse Riding on the park or near the park
Accommodation & Prices
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