In the light of guidance from the NHS and Scottish Government regarding the outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and as part of our ongoing commitment to ensuring the safety of our staff and visitors we have, after very careful consideration, taken the decision to close Scandinavian Village from 28 March 2020 for the time being. We will not therefore be accepting any more guests until further notice.
We assure you that this decision has not been taken lightly. We will keep in touch with our guests via email/text/telephone to inform you when we intend to open our doors again. Hopefully this will not be too long away.
We have put measures in place which will allow some staff to work from home. The only email address that will be answered is email@example.com and this should only be used if necessary. Any sales that are ongoing at present will continue but may take a bit longer to process.
Exchange companies have been informed of the situation, and any guests who have booked through RCI/DAE/UKRE should deal directly with them. We have been informed that Dial an Exchange and RCI are still accepting week deposits, and if possible, we would recommend that you use this facility.
If you are unable to exchange and therefore not able to use your timeshare due to the closure, we will be in touch in due course to make arrangements for the refund of your Licence Fees. Refunds will be made week-by-week after the end of the relevant week so please be patient.
We would like to thank you all for your understanding and co-operation. Please take care and look after yourselves.
On behalf of the Directors of Scandinavian Village Ltd
Scandinavian Village, Aviemore, is situated in the Cairngorms National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty with rugged mountains, heather-clad hills and fascinating lochs. To the East is the world famous Cairngorm Mountain Range. The Gaelic name for the Cairngorms is Am Monadh Ruadh (the Red Hills) due to the pink granite on the plateau. However the name Cairn Gorm means Blue Mountain as the peak apparently looks blue from a distance. Cairn Gorm itself is 1245 metres high (4084 feet) and can be easily visited on a fine day in summer. For Munro Baggers the Cairngorm Range boasts no fewer than 17 Munroes, including 5 out of the 6 highest mountains in Great Britain. For the uninitiated, a Munro is a mountain rising to over 3000 feet above sea level. On our West side we are flanked by the Monadhliath (or the Grey) Mountains, which sweep westwards to the shores of the world famous Loch Ness, home of the elusive Loch Ness Monster.
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