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A VisitScotland 3 Star, warm, friendly, family run bed & breakfast situated in a quiet location a few hundred yards from Braemar's restaurants and shops.
We have spacious, comfortable en-suite rooms all equipped with TV, tea and coffee making facilities, and a hairdryer. Private parking and drying room with boot drier. Packed lunch and evening meals by arrangements. Quality mountain bikes available to hire with all accessories. We are ideally situated for walking, cycling, golf, fishing, shooting, skiing and of sightseeing. Braemar has some of the finest mountain scenery anywhere in the country.
Set in the heart of Braemar, a short stroll from the shops, cafes and restaurants of this picturesque Royal Deeside village. Peaceful and secluded back garden, attracting an abundance of wildlife, with views of the rolling hills. All bedrooms overlook the garden and beautiful hills, are comfortably furnished and tastefully decorated, with modern en-suites. Enjoy a hearty Scottish breakfast made with local produce in our lovely lounge/dining room with log burner overlooking the garden – enjoy your breakfast watching birds and red squirrels. Secure storage for bicycles, golf clubs, skis, and drying room.
Sarah and Alastair welcome you to Cranford, a relaxing and comfortable home from home. Five stylish rooms, all en suite or with private bathrooms. We serve a range of hearty and wholesome breakfasts to set you up for your days walking. Packed lunches also available. Great selection of mountaineering books, maps and guides in the guest lounge. Drying room, laundry, ski and bike storage facilities.
Alastair has been a member of Braemar mountain rescue team for over 15 years and is always happy to advise on walk routes in the Cairngorms.
Glendavan House, located in the Muir of Dinnet Nature Reserve in the Cairngorm National Park, was built as a Victorian Shooting Lodge in 1885. For the last 12 years, the Milne family have been offering 5* B&B accommodation here, also home to varied wildlife such as red squirrels, pine martins, pheasants, greylag geese, swans, ospreys and otters.
Royal Deeside is a haven for walkers, with many walks available to all abilities. Packed lunches and evening hampers are readily arranged and coal fires in private sitting rooms lit to welcome you back from the hills.