Tomidhu is an easily accessible modernised traditional nineteenth century farmhouse situated in the hamlet of Crathie in the Cairngorm National Park. Recently restored and sympathetically extended the house offers excellent holiday accommodation for those wishing to spend time in the stunning Aberdeenshire countryside.

Tomidhu farmhouse is located between the Highland villages of Ballater and Braemar in the heart of Royal Deeside in the Cairngorm National Park.  It is 50 miles from Aberdeen along the A93 or 60 miles from Perth if approaching from the south.


    Two double bedrooms, one twin bedroom

    Two reception rooms each with wood burning stoves

    Modern open plan kitchen/diner with breakfast bar

    Bathroom and shower room

    Modern equipped utility room

    External covered storage area for bikes etc

    Parking for three cars


The accommodation is comfortable and cosy with many traditional features.


"We had a fantastic family holiday at Tomidhu to see in the New Year.  The farmhouse has been beautifully renovated and is set in stunning surroundings.  We would highly recommend Tomidhu for a quality family break.".....Emma, Aberdeen.

We all had a wonderful time.  You have been great to deal with from the beginning and so helpful. We all loved the layout of the  house and all the details… The house is in a great position between Braemar and Ballater and two of our group walked home from the top of Lochnagar because it was near enough.  I have been telling friends about your cottage and we all hope to come back when we can.  Thank you again. Best wishes. ….. Rowan

Further reviews are available  here on Facebook and on Tripadvisor.


Tomidhu farmhouse is located at the edge of the village of Crathie in the eastern Cairngorm National Park in the heart of Royal Deeside.  Crathie is around six miles from Ballater, a vibrant highland town with numerous opportunities for eating out, shopping and activities.  Seven miles to the west in the centre of the park is Braemar, a smaller town with more limited services but which affords a gateway to the interior expanse of the high mountainous area of the central Cairngorms.

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