Macdonald Aviemore Resort is located at the very heart of the Cairngorms National Park in Aviemore. It really is a magical place to visit over the festivities and we have a range of breaks and events to suit everyone.
The resort also boasts a choice of hotels and lodges, restaurants and bars plus indoor leisure and activities centre and much more.
Make it Aviemore for our popular Santa Weekend Breaks before Christmas, or join us over Christmas, between the festivities or for New Year in true Scottish style. Why not get together with friends, colleagues or loved ones for a brilliant Christmas party to kick start your celebrations. Download our brochure or scroll down to browse our offers and book.
Our sell out Santa Weekends are back for 2019. Watch your children light up as Santa and his reindeer arrive at the resort. We’ve got all things Christmas from visiting Santa’s grotto to our very own Elf on the Shelf plus fantastic entertainment, food and drink for the whole family.
From £199 per family per night.
Escape to a winter wonderland this Christmas with your loved one. You’ll find there’s nothing quite like Aviemore and the Cairngorms at Christmas. Get away and don’t lift a finger.
From £239 per couple, per night
Experience a very magical Christmas in Aviemore. We’ve got all things Christmas from meeting Santa in his grotto to getting up close with the UK’s only free range Reindeer herd. And that’s just the start of what we’ve got planned.
Family Breaks from £299 per night.
Cosy up surrounded by Caledonian pine forests in a tranquil woodland lodge over the festivities with your nearest and dearest. We have 2 or 3 bedroom lodges that can sleep up to 8 people.
From £309 per lodge per night.
There’s nothing quite like celebrating New Year in Scotland and even more so in the Scottish Highlands. Join us at Macdonald Aviemore Resort for a brilliant family friendly break.
From £399 per family per night.
Bring in 2020 in true Scottish style with our Hogmanay Black Tie Break. It’s going to be a New Year like no other topped off with a pipe band and fireworks.