Location and Directions to Alvie & Dalraddy Estates
IMPORTANT ACCESS UPDATE - Due to dualling upgrade road works on the A9 you unfortunately may not be able to access the Estate in the usual way through the underpass for the next 3 months. There are currently diversion signs in place which we feel are a bit confusing so we have asked the contractors to amend the signage to show "Alvie Estate" rather than "Diverted Traffic". Meanwhile we apologise for any inconvenience that is outwith our control. If you have any problems please call us on 01540 651255 or Dalraddy Holiday Park on 01479 810330.
For SatNavs - the post code for Alvie Estate is PH21 1NE & Dalraddy Holiday Park is PH22 1QB. However please be aware that both the post codes cover vast areas & you will not necessarily be directed to the correct place, please also therefore use the directions below. Also some systems direct you to Alvie Estate from the A9 trunk road which is not always accessible and is not signposted.
Directions to Alvie Estate (see below for Dalraddy Holiday Park)
From the South - Turn off the A9 Perth to Inverness trunk road north of Kingussie and continue north on the B9152 for about 7 miles towards Aviemore. After going through Kincraig you will see a signpost on the right for 'Alvie Estate Office' & 'Alvie Stables', turn left here, go through the tunnel under the main A9 road and onto the Estate. The Estate Office, cottages and various parts of the Estate are then signposted.
From the North - Turn off the A9 Inverness to Perth trunk road south of Aviemore at the junction signposted to Kincraig. Continue south onto the B9152 towards Kincraig. You will pass Loch Alvie on your right, followed by Dalraddy Holiday Park about a mile further on on your left hand side. Continue along the straight road passing Alvie Quarry (GF Job). You will see an orange mirror on a tree on the left and 'Gate Lodge' on your right; continue on for a further few hundred yards, you will see a signpost on the left for 'Alvie Estate Office' & 'Alvie Stables', turn right here, go through the tunnel under the main A9 road and onto the Estate. The Estate Office, cottages and various parts of the Estate are then signposted.
Directions to Dalraddy Holiday Park (see above for Alvie Estate)
From the South - Turn off the A9 Perth to Inverness trunk road north of Kingussie and continue north on the B9152 for about 7 miles towards Aviemore. After going passed the Highland Wildlife Park and through Kincraig continue on the B9152 passing a signpost on the right for 'Alvie' & 'Alvie Stables', followed by a sign for Alvie Quarry (GF Job), continue round the next series of bends and the holiday park will be on your right hand side.
From the North - Turn off the A9 Inverness to Perth trunk road south of Aviemore at the junction signposted to Kincraig & Kingussie. Continue south onto the B9152 after about a mile you will pass Loch Alvie on your right, Dalraddy Holiday Park is about a mile further on on your left hand side.
Distances and times by road
|Inverness Airport||43||69||1 hrs|
|Aberdeen Airport||97||156||2 hrs 30 mins|
|Edinburgh Airport||124||200||2 hrs 30 mins|
|Glasgow Airport||151||243||3 hr|
|Aviemore Railway Station||5||8||15 mins|
|Kingussie Railway Station||9||15||20 mins|
|English Border (Gretna)||221||356||4 hrs|
The A9 road goes through Alvie Estate. From Edinburgh cross the Forth Road Bridge and take the M90 north to Perth where it joins the A9.From London drive north on the M1 to join the M6 at Birmingham. The M6 becomes the M74 in Scotland. The M74 joins the M9 near Glasgow. The M9 becomes the A9 at Stirling.
|By Air||Carrier||Contact Details|
|Luton - Inverness||Easy Jet||
0843 104 5000 - www.easyjet.com
|Various - Inverness||British Airways||
0844 493 0787 - Inverness Airport
|to Aviemore||GNER / Scotrail||
08457 48 49 50 - www.nationalrail.co.uk
To telephone from outside the UK replace the first 0 with 0044.
Alvie & Dalraddy Estates are approximately 5 miles south of Aviemore and 8 miles north of Kingussie.