Wee House of Glenshee Open Again



The Wee House of Glenshee is a tea room, gift shop and visitor centre located right on the edge of the Cairngorms National Park. They typically employ 3 or 4 local people and also buys stock from local producers and provides space for local artists to display their work.


Their primary trade is from overseas tourism from April - October. This year, like many businesses, they had to completely close due to COVID-19. Although they’ve now reopened, tourist trade from overseas remains very uncertain and they are worried about generating enough income. They would use money from REDS funding to target the Scottish tourism market to substitute foreign tourism trade.


The Wee House of Glenshee is another example of a business that has a hugely positive effect on the entire local community if we can help them to stay open.


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