To find out exactly what's on offer near Forces Manor visit:
Whether you’re looking for an adventure, fun for the whole family, or a break from the every day, the Cairngorms National Park has a lot to offer.
*Twice the size of the Lake District, the Cairngorms National Park has more
mountains, forest paths, rivers, lochs, wildlife hotspots, friendly villages and
distilleries than you can possibly imagine.
*Mother Nature dealt the Cairngorms a hand full of aces. That’s not fair, but that’s how it is. Five of the UK’s six highest mountains lie inside the park, and there are 55 Munros - mountains over 3,000 ft. There are huge forests of ancient native trees, cascading waterfalls, and more wildlife than you can shake a capercaillie at.
*More people come to the Cairngorms for snowsports than at any other resort in the UK. Hillwalkers and rock-climbers will never run out of routes to try. There are oodles of top-class mountain-bike trails, cross-country skiing trails, pony treks and orienteering courses. Should you be into husky racing, well, you can do that here, too. You can also enjoy some downtime amid the glorious scenery. or make your way along the Malt Whisky Trail?
Forces Manor is located in the easily accessible village of Kincraig, which lies
within the Cairngorms National Park just five minutes south of Aviemore.
Kincraig, is a typical highland village, quiet and tranquil, yet boasting a wide variety of attractions and facilities, making it a popular, sought after village to live in. We even have ospreys who return every spring to nest and rear their young on the island loch just walking distance from Forces Manor.
Kincraig has two bars, a loch side restaurant, a cafe/tea room with an art gallery, a water sports centre, a wildlife park, an activity centre at Alive Estate and an RSPB nature reserve.
The surrounding area is teaming with wildlife with resident ospreys in the summer and roe deer all year round. In the grounds of Forces Manor are a number of red squirrels who have been living in our trees for many years, while if you are patient you will spot otters down on he loch.. The River Spey runs into Loch Insh in Kincraig and is regarded as one of the best places to fish for salmon and trout.
Close to Kincraig are Aviemore and Kingussie, which both have a large selection of shops, banks, restaurants and bars. You will also find swimming pools, tennis courts, gyms and international golf courses all just six miles in either direction.