Langside Bookings

Bookings for Langside are co-ordinated by Cottages4you, on their website  There you will find all of the relevant information about availability and prices.  Please click here to be taken directly to the Langside page.

Prices for the cottage include all bed linen and towels, heating and electricity for your stay so there are no hidden costs.  We look forward to welcoming you to Langside.

Travel to Langside

Kingussie is well connected and easily accessible by road, rail, bus and air.

By Road

Kingussie is located on the main north/south route through the Highlands, the A9.  From the south, take the A9 north at Perth, pass The House of Bruar, the Drumochter Pass, Dalwhinnie and Newtonmore.  Cross the Spey bridge and take the slip road into the village.  From the north, take the A9 south at Inverness, pass Slochd Summit and Aviemore, then after 11 miles take the sliproad and follow the road to Kingussie.

By Rail

Kingussie is ideally placed as a direct stop on the main line between London Kings Cross and Inverness.  It is also serviced by the sleeper service to and from London; the train arrives into Kingussie at 7 am, so allows for a full day of activities.  The rail accessibility also enables guests to bring bikes.  The house is less than 10 minutes walk from the station.

By Bus

Kingussie is well serviced by local services between Inverness, Edinburgh and Glasgow.  In addition, Aviemore is a main stop for the National Express service between Inverness and London Victoria.

By Air

Inverness airport is served by low cost airlines from numerous UK (and a few European) airports, and is just over an hour drive from Kingussie.  Edinburgh and Glasgow airports are extremely well connected both nationally and internationally, and are just over a 2 and a half hour drive from Kingussie.
Langside Cairngorm Cottage

Images: Top - Loch Torridon in autumn; Middle - Applecross in autumn; Bottom - Banvie Burn above Blair Atholl in early summer