Dulnain Bridge offers bed and breakfast, hotel and and above all welcoming accommodation to visitors. Dulnain Bridge is a small village in the Scottish Highlands situated in the heart of Strathspey, it is centred around the high 18th century bridge over the River Dulnain in the heart of the Cairngorms National Park.
Near the A95 Aviemore to Keith road, and in the Cairngorms National park, the village is comprised of two communities, Dulnain Bridge itself is centred to the north of the bridge with a post office / shop and garage. This part of the village lies in Morayshire.
The crofting community of Skye-of-Curr stretches for about a mile to the south, terminating at the famous Speyside Heather Centre, and is actually in Inverness-shire.
The surrounding forests of mature Caledonian Pines contain many rare and interesting species. The bird list is headed by the endangered Capercaillie which are regularly seen. There are Scottish Crossbills, the small but beautiful Crested Tit, Buzzards, Eagles, and of course Ospreys. The Red Squirrel is very much at home here! Curr Wood, on the south and east of the village has the country's largest population of Twinflower, known by the botanical name of linnea borealis. They share the forest floor with a tiny orchid called Creeping Ladies Tresses.
Find out more by visiting the Dulnain Bridge community website