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A quality Scottish small hotel with many awards for excellence, including AA Rosette and "Taste of Scotland" dining, Culdearn is personally run with country house ambience and beautiful rooms, the perfect location for the Spey Valley and Aviemore resort.
Formerly the country house of the Earl of Seafield, Culdearn House Hotel is a traditional Scottish Victorian granite house retaining many period features. Set back from the road and looking onto grounds of 3/4 acre and woodland, but within easy walking of the centre of Grantown on Spey, the Hotel has that special combination of atmosphere and personal service that brings guests back time and time again.
The Garth Hotel, standing on the north end of the village square, in the heart of Grantown-on-Spey, was built in the 1850's and began its life as an Inn. Over the years the hotel has prospered, becoming the Premier Independent Hotel in Grantown-on-Spey. This Scottish hotel, near Aviemore, has recently been refurbished to encompass the perfect blend of elegant Victorian design and originality and all modern comforts. Fine hotel accommodation in the Scottish Highlands offering the standard of hospitality that Scotland has become renowned for.
The newly refurbished Grant Arms Hotel is in the very heart of Grantown on Spey. With 48 bedrooms, all ensuite, the Hotel is a popular venue for short breaks. The Bird Watching and Wildlife Club is based at the Hotel and all our guests are welcome to use the Club Room and Wildlife Library and to attend the talks, briefings and walks hosted by the resident Wildlife Team.
This traditional hotel is set amidst the scenic splendour of the Cairngorm mountains and close to the Highland capital, Inverness as well as the ski slopes at Cairngorm and the Lecht.A first class base for sight seeing and touring the Highlands of Scotland. Within reach of, Inverness, Balmoral, Cairngorms, Loch Ness, Moray Firth, Culloden Battlefield, Cawdor Castle, John o' Groats, Isle of Skye, Wester Ross, Ben Nevis.
A large victorian building set in its own grounds situated a short stroll from the town and the River Spey. Over looked by the Cromdale Hills and nearby Cairngom Mountains. An ideal location for the famous Speyside Malt Whisky Trails, Salmon fishing and the Cairngorm Funicular Railway.
Ravenscourt House is a Family run 8-bedroom hotel, stonebuilt in Victorian era. The hotel is situated just two minutes stroll from the centre of Grantown-on-Spey, a charming small town with a distinct village ambience located amidst breathtaking countryside on the northern edge of the Cairngorms National Park. All of the bedrooms are presented to a high standard with period furnishings featuring throughout, along with all the amenities essential to ensuring your stay is as comfortable as possible.
From the moment you stand at the front door of The Mountview Hotel to admire the peak of Cairngorm, you are in the perfect place to enjoy the Scottish Highlands - Country House Hotel is a wonderful place to relax. Guests enjoy comfortable en-suite accommodation. Public rooms include a welcoming lounge with log fire a private reading room, dining room and a well-stocked restaurant bar with glorious mountain views. All public rooms are non-smoking.
Located in Cairngorm National Park, near Aviemore - romantic, rural, elegant Victorian country house hotel in own grounds, fine dining, extensive malt whisky collection, log fires, extensive wood panelling, near several golf courses on speyside, also fishing nearby, excellent highland hospitality.
Seafield Lodge is ideally placed within the Cairngorms National Park, an area of outstanding beauty, boasting a diversity of mountains, lochs, rivers and wildlife in abundance. Originally home to the first Provost of Grantown-on-Spey, this traditional Victorian hotel dates back to 1879 and retains many original features, over the years it has been extended and modernised to offer the discerning visitor welcoming en suite facilities, television, internal telephone, hairdryer and tea and coffee making facilities.