Birchfield is a secluded, listed 18th Century granite farmhouse with two wings converted into cottages. Each cottage has been modernised but retains original features.
It is surrounded by two acres of gardens that include old Scots pines, remnants of Abernethy forest, at the foot of the Cairngorm mountain range, in the Cairngorms National Park.
All our cottages are inspected regularly by the Scottish Tourist Board and The Green Tourism Business Scheme.
The Cairngorms National Park is Britain's largest National Park. The boundaries of the Park stretch from Grantown-on-Spey to the Angus Glens; from Ballater to Dalwhinnie and Drumochter and include much of the Laggan area in the south west as well as a large area of Glen Livet estate and the Strathdon/Glen Buchat area. The Cairngorms' rich cultural heritage is also part of what makes it exceptional.
Scottish National Parks differ from many other national parks around the world in that they have a social and economic development objectives alongside the aims of conservation, understanding and enjoyment of the countryside.