Welcome to the Dalfaber Village Club , the site for Members by Members
Photos of the 2016-17 club property refurbishments :
(D. Gordon April 2017)
This website produced by the Club Committee provides essential information for owners and guests alike at this great Highlands resort.
The Dalfaber Village Club, in Aviemore, lies in the heart of the Cairngorm National Park offering high quality accommodation and facilities, providing an excellent holiday experience.
All members and guests are reminded that a 15 mph speed limit exists around the resort for the benefit of children and adults alike who may be riding bicycles, using scooters and walking.
Dalfaber Village Club is set within 200 acres of glorious Scottish scenery, its own nine hole golf course, the imposing Cairngorm Mountains as a dramatic backdrop and silver birch lined walks along the banks of the glorious River Spey.
There is an indoor tropically styled swimming pool with Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. Adjoining is the well-equipped gymnasium. Indoor tennis, badminton, squash and snooker can all be played in the large games hall. There are also outdoor tennis courts to the rear of the games hall.
The accommodation is delightful and varied from spacious apartments: Spey, Patio, Alvie and Garten to cosy pine Scandinavian- style two bedroom Chalets. There are Morlich lodges, fully detached houses which sleep six to eight and Topsiders which are fully detached quirky “treehouse” styled lodges sleeping four to six. The newest Cairngorm Villas are semi- detached and comprise two floors of a luxury type family holiday accommodation.
Inside the Clubhouse there is the recently revamped restaurant with its new menu selections and special night’s menu deals.
A fully stocked bar and open flame gas fire compliments the relaxing surroundings.
There is also a hairdressing salon; children’s play park and fishing lochan.
From the Dalfaber Village Club, it is a short walk or drive to the tourist centre of Aviemore. Nearby are the Cairngorm mountains, winter skiing , sledging ,walking etc. and the new mountain railway , Culloden battlefield, the Highland capital city of Inverness and Loch Ness.
There are great family outdoor activities to be enjoyed such as mountain biking, forest trails, orienteering, pony trekking , cycling, hill walking and climbing, sailing, wind surfing and canoeing clay pigeon shooting, golf on 9 and 18 hole courses and off- road driving to name but a few things to do.