B&B in Aviemore, Carrbridge and Boat of Garten

Carn Mhor Bed & Breakfast, Aviemore
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Carn Mhor Bed & Breakfast    Aviemore

Welcome to Carn Mhor B&B in Aviemore at the heart of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park. So many things to see and do: golf, fishing, walking, climbing, mountain biking, skiing and snowboarding, white water rafting, wildlife watching. Our friendly B&B is the perfect place to enjoy it all.

We offer two family rooms, one ensuite, one with private shower, and two chalet-style rooms ideal for families with young children or groups of walkers/skiers. Delicious breakfasts, guest lounge. Only 15 minutes walk to the centre of Aviemore, shops, bars and restaurants.

Ravenscraig Guest House, Aviemore
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Ravenscraig Guest House    Aviemore

Ravenscraig situated in the heart of Aviemore, is a 4 star, 14 bedroom Highland guest house, offering a warm and friendly welcome. All rooms are en-suite and prices include breakfast and free WIFI, pets allowed.

The Winking Owl Pub is a 3 min walk, serving a modern Scottish menu and local ales and beer from the Cairngorm Brewery. You will find a selection of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants all within walking distance from one of Aviemore's outstanding guest houses.

Ardlogie Guest House, Aviemore
No pets Wifi / broadband

Ardlogie Guest House    Aviemore

Ardlogie is a friendly, relaxed guest house situated in a peaceful location with views over the River Spey to the Cairngorm Mountains. Prices include a full breakfast and free wifi. The Old Bridge Inn is close by with it's log fire and live music, serving a modern Scottish menu. This is just a few minutes walk from Ardlogie, as is the centre of Aviemore, where you will find a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants. Ideally located if travelling on public transport.

Cairngorm Guest House, Aviemore
No pets Wifi / broadband

Cairngorm Guest House    Aviemore

Beautiful Victorian house with modern facilities. Ideal central location in main town within the Cairngorm National Park. Perfect for all who love the outdoors. Great breakfast choices including vegetarian. Free on site parking. Free WIFI enabled. Our many returning guests enjoy the friendly, relaxed atmosphere.

Carrmoor Guest House, Carrbridge
Pets by arrangement Wifi / broadband

Carrmoor Guest House    Carrbridge

Our family run licensed Guest House is centrally located for touring the Spey Valley and Highlands of Scotland. Relax in a peaceful, friendly atmosphere where your comfort and satisfaction are our priorities. Guests return time and time again to Carrmoor and a warm welcome awaits them. All accommodation is en-suite, all bedrooms are non-smoking with tea/coffee facilities and hair dryers, evening meals served.

Carrbridge is located in the Cairngorms National Park and the Monarch of the Glen area, with weath of outdoor activities on the doorstep including skiing, walking, mountaineering, bird watching, golf, and fishing.

Dunroamin, Aviemore

Dunroamin    Aviemore

With a stay at Dunroamin in Aviemore, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Cairngorms National Park and Cairngorm Brewery. Free self parking is available onsite.

An Sealgair - B&B, Carrbridge

An Sealgair - B&B    Carrbridge

With a stay at An Sealgair - B&B in Carrbridge, you'll be next to a golf course, within a 15-minute drive of Cairngorms National Park and Carrbridge Golf Club. Free self parking is available onsite.

The Park Guest House, Aviemore

The Park Guest House    Aviemore

With a stay at The Park Guest House in Aviemore, you'll be within a 15-minute drive of Cairngorms National Park and Cairngorm Brewery. Free self parking is available onsite.

Eriskay Pods, Aviemore

Eriskay Pods    Aviemore

When you stay at Eriskay B & B in Aviemore, you'll be in a national park, within a 5-minute drive of Cairngorm Brewery and Speyside Wildlife.

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