The Cross at Kingussie
The Highland Oasis where guests go to relax, recharge the spirit and enjoy some of the freshest and finest Scottish Highland cuisine
Owners Derek and Celia Kitchingman offer guests a warm welcome to their Scottish haven which nestled beside the river and amongst the trees where wildlife abounds and red squirrels and roe deer are frequent visitors.
The Cross at Kingussie was originally built as a water powered tweed mill in the late 1800s and still retains its innate charm and character along with some of the original features of the mill. Surrounded by its own four acres of woodland and garden there are eight en-suite bedrooms, two comfortable lounges and a beautiful terrace overlooking the Gynack Burn.
Renowned for offering affordable fine dining with dishes created from the best seasonal and local produce The Cross at Kingussie naturally sources game from the local hills, fish from Scottish waters and fresh seasonal vegetables to create taste bud tantalising dishes for guests to enjoy.
The restaurant is full of character with its old stone walls and low wooden beams. The patio doors open onto the terrace overlooking the Gynack Burn where guests can breakfast on a summer morning or enjoy an aperitif before dinner on a sunny evening.