About the Country House

Broomhill House (Broomie Knowe) is a well preserved country house in the heart of the Scottish Highlands and has striking southernly views over the majestic Cairngorms which is  closely associated with the mountain of the same name—Cairn Gorm
Cairngorms National Park offers excellent mountain biking, climbing, canoeing fishing, bird watching, golfing and skiing opportunities. Infinite hiking trails, from easy to strenuous, on your doorstep.
A full range of loal facilities and amenities can be found either in Aviemore (10 miles) or Grantown on Spey (3 miles). Aviemore benefits from main rail and road links to the major cities within Scotland. Inverness, the Highland capital is less than one hour drive and has an airport with various connections to major European cities.
During the summer you can reach this Country House by steam train at “Broomhill Station”.
The house sits in mature wooded grounds with a delightful garden immediately surrounding the house. To walk from the house into the private pine woodland is particularly appealing. Red squirrels and a wild variety of birds can be watched every day.

Broomhill is a grade 'B' listed house which was constructed for Sir Alfred Booth (Cunard lines) in 1915. In 1924, the Aspin family, who were related to the Mitchell family from Glasgow, purchased the house and in 1938 commissioned the original architects, the highly acclaimed Arthur Forman Balfour Paul and Sir Basil Spence to extend the house, incorporating a magnificent barrel-vaulted music room.

The future
The present owners preserve the country house for next generations and will cherish its unique character.