Accomodation Info

  • All linen and towels are provided along with a basic larder of fresh coffee, tea sugar and cleaning materials.
  • A maximum of 2 dogs are welcomed to each property with the understanding that you clear up after them and don't allow them on the furniture - £15 per dog

  • Check in time is from 4pm on your arrival day and check out time is by 10am on the day of departure. We can sometimes be flexible on this so please do ask if needed.
  • Cots, highchairs, stairgates and fireguards can be supplied for infants on request.

  • As we have a young family on site and all of the accommodation has its neighbour please be mindful of noise transfer especially in the evenings. 

Arrival Information

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As you enter Nethy Bridge from the South, turn right after the playing fields and village shop and keeping the river on your left continue up Dell Road for 1 mile.  Leave the village behind and with grazing fields on either side you will see the Dell on the left in amongst the trees.  Postcode PH25 3DL.

Parking for East, Little and West Dell are on the left as you come down the drive and South Dell around the corner on the left before you pass through the gates to Dell Lodge.

Below you'll find some of our favourite places to eat, walk and aclimatise on route to the Dell.

From the South

If you're driving north on the A9, a fantastic place to stretch your legs is the Hermitage just after Dunkeld.  A beautiful network of ancient paths leading to a spectacular waterfall.

For an incredible food hall, tweed galore and an indulgent lunch, stop in at the famous House of Bruar, just over an hour south of The Dell. Just as you come into Aviemore, down by the Spey you'll find the Old Bridge Inn, excellent food, great craic and live music, a real locals pub.   You'll then pass through Boat of Garten where you'll find Anderson's, a warm, family run bistro with family friendly menus, pie nights and an amazing Sunday Roast.

From the North

If you're travelling from Inverness, the airport or further north we'd always recommend coming across the Dava Moor on the A939 which gives an incredible, wild introduction to the Cairngorms and offers plenty of stunning spots such as Dulsie Bridge, Logie Steadings or Lochindorb to stretch your legs.   This road brings you in via Grantown-on-Spey which is our local town and boasts a lively high street packed with independant shops, delis, cafes, a wonderful bookshop and all you need to stock up on your local groceries. Towards the bottom of the main street you'll find the High Street Merchants serving the best coffee, lunches and weekend suppers in town.

We're over the moon that we now have the Nethy house Cafe in the village, a new and very welcome addition with gorgeous, bright scandi interior with delicious lunches and home baking.

On a Monday night the local fish and chip van parks up outside the village shop from 4.30-7pm


Grocery Shopping

We'd always recommend shopping local when possible and there are some great options for this on the doorstep. 

Balliefurth Farm shop is open in the village Monday-Saturday 9 - 5.30pm, supplied by its neighbouring farm boasts exceptional meat, steak pies, fresh vegetables and a great selection of deli items.

There is a also a Spar Grocery shop in the village open each day from 8am-6pm

We are visited at the Dell each Wednesday at 10am by the local fish van who brings in really nice fresh fish from the Moray coast.

Each of the major supermarkets also deliver to our doorstep - PH253DL

Additional Services

  • Basecamp Bikes in Grantown hire excellent mountain bikes and electric bikes and can deliver to the door.

  • Pre-book your fire-pit, BBQ or time in the Woodland Tipi  

  • Ruari Law at Instinct Guides offers amazing wilderness experiences for all ages.

  • Owner Polly is also a chef by trade and can offer bespoke in-house catering for special occassions either in your cottage, fireside or in the woodland Tipi, to discuss contact Polly.