Planning your holiday

If you are travelling to Scotland from other parts of the UK: Travel is allowed between Scotland and England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands and the Isle of Man. Note: Your plans may still be affected if the area you’re travelling to or from has local restrictions in place.

International travel:  to find out the requirements for the country you are travelling from, please visit the Scottish Government’s COVID-19  international travel and managed isolation webpage.

Face coverings: By law, everyone aged 12 and over must wear a face covering, unless exempt, in most indoor public spaces.  Please visit the Scottish Government face covering legislation webpage.

 

 

Letting us know you’re coming

If you are visiting us soon there are a few things you can do in advance to help us prepare for your stay. We will send you a Booking Form roughly six weeks prior to your arrival, this allows you to pre-book certain services, for example: milk, heating on arrival, or additional cleaning services.

Please note that where available, all pre arrival information will be emailed out to guests, if you prefer to continue to have the information posted, please let us know by calling 01479 811147.

If you are bringing a pet with you, you need to complete and sign our Club Pet Agreement. A standard fee of £20 for the first two pets and £20 per additional pet will be charged.

Please complete the form(s) and return them by mail or email to the Coylumbridge Reservations Office no later than 7 days prior to arrival.

Lodge capacity – guest numbers

Please note that the number of guests is restricted to the total sleeping capacity (number of beds) of each lodge. Unfortunately, additional guests cannot be accommodated, other than babies and young children using cots.

All guests visiting self-catering accommodations are required to follow the Scottish Government’s COVID-19 guidance. Guests must also adhere to in-house socialising rules as set out in the Levels framework – this means that from 26 April 2021 guests from only one household can stay in self-catering accommodations.

Beginning 17 May, the government expects that all of Scotland will move to Level 2 and this means that four guests from two households can stay overnight in self-catering accommodations.

Children 12 years and under do not factor into the guest count.

Guest supplies

Your self-catering lodge will be supplied with a starter pack which will include toilet rolls, shampoo, body wash, soap, dishwashing tablets, dishwashing liquid and various cleaning cloths.

Wi-Fi

Wi-Fi is available in each lodge. You will find the login details in your Welcome Pack on arrival.

Smoking in the lodges

As a courtesy to other residents please do not smoke anywhere in your lodge. The balcony/patio area may be used, but please ensure the safe and tidy disposal of smoking material.

Car Parking

Each lodge has its own car parking spaces.

Calendars

Arrival calendars

Getting here

Coylumbridge Highland Lodges Club, managed by Hilton Grand Vacations is located 2 miles from the centre of Aviemore, on the B970 (the road connecting Aviemore with Glenmore, Loch Morlich, and The Cairngorm Ski Area). The entrance to the resort is on the left hand side of the road, just east of Inverdruie.

Aviemore is reached by the A9 Perth-Inverness road, and is under 3 hours driving time from Edinburgh and Glasgow. Coach and rail services are operated by National Express, Scottish Citylink, ScotRail and GNER, connecting Aviemore with main destinations in Scotland and England.

Activities

There are a wealth of activities and attractions available for you to enjoy in the local area. Even if you are familiar with Aviemore and the Cairngorms National Park, there are endless hidden gems waiting to be discovered.

Take a look at some of our Owners’ favourite things to do on the Attractions section.

Lyme Disease

It’s a good idea to be aware of the risks of ticks and Lyme Disease – here’s some more information from the NHS. Only a small number of ticks are infected with the bacteria that cause Lyme disease. But it’s still important to be aware of ticks and to safely remove them as soon as possible, just in case.