If you enjoy your visit to The Highlands, as we're sure that you will, you'll want to take home a souvenir or two of your stay.
There are shops too numerous to mention all over the area, offering quality gifts to suit all tastes & pockets.
Locally, Newtonmore's Co-op is open from 8am to 10pm (9 to 7 on Sundays) so you'll be able to stock up on provisions even if you arrive quite late.
Newtonmore is also home to the Newtonmore Craft Centre and Gallery, with a splendid range of gifts and souvenirs to suit all pockets and tastes, plus original paintings and prints from the on-site studio of David Fallows, who painted all the watercolours for Susan Hampshire as 'Molly' in the TV series Monarch of the Glen. There's also Flora's Kitchen - a newly established delicatessen with some interesting cheeses and cooked meats. Newtonmore also has a Post Office, ATM machine, clothes shop, electrical shop and a candle and soap maker, plus some early and late shopping in the filling station.
In Kingussie, apart from the usual range of shops is George Gows Butchers for quality meat and game, and Murchies - open till 6.30pm or so, with an extensive range of hard to find delicatessen items and good wines and spirits.
For more information have a look at the shopping pages of the web sites for each of the local towns and villages
Shopping for a souvenir or two of your stay in the Scottish Highlands can be fun on one of our short breaks. Click here for our latest accommodation offers.