Luxury accommodation in the heart of Scotland

Welcome to Tom’s Lodge

Set in the heart of Scotland

Tom’s Lodge is a fantastic luxury eco lodge located within the heart of the Cairngorn National Park in the Scottish Highlands. Boasting some of the finest views of the Cairngorn mountain range, Tom’s Lodge is perfectly located for a family getaway where you can explore the best that Scotland has to offer.

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Exterior of Tom's Lodge covered in snow

A Luxury Eco Lodge

Nestled on the edge of a forest between Boat of Garten and Carrbridge, Tom’s Lodge is perfectly located for a relaxing retreat with plenty of things to do in the surrounding area.

As you approach the lodge, you cannot be failed to be impressed by its setting. Stepping into the lodge, you will immediately be pulled to the outstanding view from the south facing lounge glass wall.

living room of Tom's Lodge

Top of the Range

Finished to an exceptionally high standard, which includes Scandanavian designed furniture and top of the range appliances, Tom’s Lodge has everything you need for your stay. Enjoy the stunning views from the hot tub, take in the fresh air in our fully fenced garden with your dog and then cosy up by the log burner at night.

With a family suite, 2 king size rooms and a further twin room, Tom’s Lodge has plenty of space for the entire family. We are a pet and disability friendly lodge with 2 ground floor bedrooms and downstairs shower room.

Free Wi-Fi


Dog Friendly


The Local Area

There are plenty of fun things to see and do in the local area surrounding Tom’s Lodge. For outdoor enthusiasts, there are 2 fabulous ski resorts for you to check out. In the Summer months, these resorts offer mountain biking and hill walking while in the Winter, skiing and snow boarding are incredibly popular. Other sports include taking in a round of golf and exploring the stunning Cairngorns National Park on bike.

For those looking for something a little more relaxed, take in the stunning scenery and wildlife on a walking trail. Home to 25% of the most threatened species in the UK, you are bound to see a rare species while out enjoying one of the plethora of trails, many of which connect to the famous Speyside Way.

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