Read more about the article Why the Cairngorms National Park is so special
Osprey catching trout in the Scottish Highlands

Why the Cairngorms National Park is so special

I often ask myself why the Cairngorms National Park is so special. Is it the mountains and lochs, the adrenalin fuelled activities or the plethora of wildlife unique to the area? As the UK's largest National Park it has so many special places to enjoy across its well cared for landscape; ancient pine forests, some of the highest mountain ranges and a selection of rare and unique wildlife species.

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Reception at Muckrach Country House Hotel

Become part of the clan

We'd love you to become part of the clan. Muckrach is for all of us to enjoy and we'd like to welcome all of our neighbours to become part of the clan and enjoy discounts and special offers. Muckrach is open to non-residents everyday from breakfast through to dinner, you're welcome to drink and dine in any of the public rooms. Why not enjoy a scrumptious sandwich whilst sitting in the sun drenched Drawing room?

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Glenfiddich whisky distillery

Speyside whisky

With over 50 malt whisky distilleries in one area, Speyside whisky offers a great choice of flavours. More than half the whisky distilleries of Scotland are in this one concentrated area, greater than the other whisky regions; Highlands, Lowlands and island of Islay. To celebrate Speyside's fabulous offerings, the Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival runs for 5 days over the first May bank holiday each year and is packed full of events.

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Spud the piper at Muckrach country house hotel

Burns Night

Burns Night on January 25th is celebrated the world over, an evening where Scotland leads the celebration of the life and legacy of one of the world’s most famous literary figures, Robert Burns on what was his birthday. Where a wee dram, a haggis, a piper and Auld Lang Syne feature in an unrivalled evening celebrating a poet. 5 years after his death, the first Burns supper was held and from there the world has held a celebratory supper on the 25th January.

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