Coig na Shee offers bed and breakfast accommodation that we'd want to stay in ourselves. This means getting everything right, and also by paying attention to the smallest detail, such as crisp white bed linen, huge cosy towels, pampering toiletries, leaf and herbal teas, fresh coffee with a cafetière.
It's impossible to be totally sure of the origins of our name, but - thanks to local lore - here's our best shot. 'Shee' derives from 'sithein', Gaelic for 'fairy hill', and 'Coig' means 'five' or a fifth - an ancient way of dividing up land - Coig na Shee, a ' fifth of a fairy hill'.
Marion and Graeme are the proud owners of Coig na Shee. Marion is originally from Edinburgh, and Graeme from Brisbane, Australia. Returning to Scotland in 2006 after several years downunder, they found and fell in love with Coig na Shee and the highlands.
Packed lunches, set evening meals for groups of 4 or more are available on request. Coig na Shee can be booked as 'exclusive use' for your special function such as birthday weekend or reunions.
A lot of our guests know the area well, but if it's your first time, you're in for a treat. Have a look at our 'To See & Do' page for details and ideas - not all energetic. Newtonmore is in ‘Monarch of the Glen' country, and much of the filming for the popular BBC TV drama series was in the village and surrounding area. During filming, several principal cast members used Coig na Shee as their private residence.